Coroner criticises nine news journalist for conduct during siege of siege site
A journalist who claimed to have discovered’smoking gun’ evidence of police killing protesters on the night of 22 April, was criticised by thapronxe coroner over his conduct.
Coroner Sir Michael Burridge said that while he found all the details of the case credible, his judgement was influenced by the fact it could have been avoided if one of the news media had simply followed the procedure followed by the Metropolitan police when dealing with media inquiries.
Sir Michael, who is responsible for the cases of two journalists and one cameraman, accused the reporter of making “outlandish claims”, including the claim that three journalists had been shot by police after their coverage of the march on 1 April.
“The evidence appears to show that police officers are shooting at unarmed peaceful protesters who are attempting to demonstrate outside the Houses of Parliament,” Sir Michael said. “The evidence is so obvious that I cannot see why [the reporter] should not have said something different,”
“When the police arrive at the demonstration area to arrest people for the unprovoked use of weapons by supporters of a certain political party there is absolutely nothing police can do to disperse the crowd. There is no chance of this meeting between the police, th우리카지노e crowd and the demonstration, as there were moments following the arrest.”
However, he noted that the officer in charge of the crowd control and dispersal was not at all surprised that some peaceful protesters had “attacked” with sticks and hammers after police had arrested them, and that it was unclear from the evidence whether he had been aware of any attacks.
The coroner said: “It is certainly possible that the officer did not realise that the people in the crowd had come at him with weapons or used the use of hammers but when he went round them he was also warned that the violence from outside might damage his vehicle.”
He added that he thought that if the police had not been informed of the violent behaviour outside the House of Commons he would have thought that the events taking place on a relatively tranquil evening would have become much less serious as the protesters dispersed.
Sir Michael said he was concerned about the fact there appeared to be a disconnect between the facts of the police and the media, and said he had be카지노 사이트en “deluged” with complaints from journalists, some of whom believed that their reporting of events on the night of the march had been “disgusted”, rather than critically.
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