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Today, as feared, Ian Tomlinson's killer PC Simon Harwood walked free from court. Public pressure after the coroner's enquiry into Ian's death returned a verdict of unlawful killing forced the trial to go ahead. SchNEWS has to wonder whether the Crown Prosecution Service really put their best foot forward on this one. Meanwhile Ian's family are now considering a a civil prosecution.


Here's what SchNEWS had to say before charges were brought - we stand by it



There are 4 comments on this story...
Added By: Ron Broxted - 20th July 2012 @ 8:46 PM
Plod are scum, kill the lot.
Added By: Anonymous - 23rd July 2012 @ 11:01 PM
Plod are scum , love the lot
Added By: Anarchiste - 3rd August 2012 @ 1:35 PM
The cops have always needed psychos.
Added By: Joginder Singh - 1st September 2012 @ 10:38 AM
yet another whitewash for the forces of law and order did anyone expect different ? just like all the others going back to bloody sunday and whiggery
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