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Raoul Moat: Did Police Break Law When They Shot Raoul Moat?

by | 27th, September 2010

RAOUL Moat is dead. The legend, murderer and tabloid fiend is gone. But he’s back. The news is that he might not have been killed legally by police.

The Tasers that shot him – those brand new X12 stun guns the police warmed up by firing into bags of garden rubbish – were not approved by the Hope Office. There is a rumour that officers who fired the Tasers might have breached the Firearms Act.

Raoul Moat. He’s back!


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A general view of the scene of a double shooting in the Vigo area of Birtley near Gateshead.

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PLEASE NOTE: CHILDREN'S NAMES OBSCURED BY PICTURE DESK Teresa Bystram, who travelled from Weybridge in Surrey, looks at floral tributes for Raoul Moat outside West Road Crematorium, Newcastle.

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