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Mark Duggan’s family lose attempt to overturn inquest verdict


The family of Mark Duggan, have lost their attempt to overturn an inquest verdict that had found that his death as a result of shooting by police was a lawful killing. Duggan’s relatives had brought a judicial review saying the coroner at the inquest misdirected the jury, leading to a verdict they considered perverse. The Duggan family’s argument that the coroner at the inquest, Keith Cutler, blundered in his summing up was rejected by Lord Justice Leveson and two other high court justices including Sir Peter Thornton, the chief coroner.


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