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Police Always Knock Twice – ‘Executed’ Mark Duggan Was NOT Armed When Lying Police Opened Fire

by | 19th, November 2011

markduggan MARK Duggan . Remember him? He died in a London street while apparently obeying police orders and face down in the road near Tottenham Hale Tube Station, London.

He was the gent who police at first claimed had shot at an officer in the execution of their duty. That was just after a police-marksman had emptied two shots from an assault weapon and extremely efficiently double tapped the now forensically proved to be unarmed Mr Duggan.

If you have trouble recalling the name you may still remember the nights of police failure, burnings, violence and looting which followed the shooting and the stream of totally dissociated youngsters paraded through draconian rapid magistrates court hearings.

Mark Duggan was a 29-year-old father of four who police said had shot at them despite eyewitness accounts Duggan was on the ground next to a hired people carrier when an officer armed with a Heckler & Koch MP5 semi automatic machine pistol killed him stone dead in true SAS style. The police were using the usual no-chance-of-survival dum dum bullet banned to the World’s armies by the Geneva Convention.

The Metropolitan Woodentops then allegedly then followed up the “he shot at us” line with with the promptly leaked “the dead man was a gangster”.

The Guardian today has another version of the events which led to Britain’s worst street violence for decades.

The report highlights a difficult area for the Independent Police Complaints Commission which is now saying Mark Duggan was unarmed when he was shot on August 4 this year. The IPCC had first of all trotted out the police version of events. It announced Duggan had opened fire and a bullet had lodged in an officer’s radio.

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