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IOPC finds officer who shot Anthony Grainger has 'no case to answer'

The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) has found no evidence of misconduct by the Greater Manchester Police officer who fatally shot Anthony Grainger, eight years after the initial investigation was launched.

IOPC finds officer who shot Anthony Grainger has 'no case to answer'

Date - 21st May 2020
By - Chloe Livadeas
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IOPC Director of Major Investigations, Steve Noonan, has said the officer's reason for using lethal force was “honestly held” and there is no case to answer in respect of their conduct. The officer, known only as Q9, was...
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