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The Life And Death Of Ian Tomlinson: In Pictures And Casual Police Violence

by | 22nd, July 2010

IAN Tomlinson died at the G20 protests. Ian Tomlinson walking home from work in London. He did not fast enough for the police’s liking. They pushed him. They hit him from behind. He did not hit them. He did not see them. He fell. Later he died. The police said he died of a heart attack.

The Crown Prosecution Service has looked at the pictures and video and found that the office has no case to answer. No charges should be brought against him.

A second post mortem, conducted on behalf of the Independent Police Complaints Commission, said Mr Tomlinson died from internal bleeding.

No crime? Remove the uniforms. Dress the police in replica football kits. Make one of them black. Now look. Still no case to answer..?

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PC Simon Harwood accompanied by his wife Helen leaves the City of Westminster Magistrates Court, London.



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