Police must face legal action for Anthony Grainger's death, says partner

Gail Hadfield-Grainger wants officers involved in killing unarmed man to face corporate manslaughter charges

It has been seven years, four months and nine days since an unarmed Anthony Grainger was shot dead by a police officer. Now his partner, Gail Hadfield-Grainger, who has fought tirelessly for justice, is calling for the police officers involved in his death to face corporate manslaughter charges.

On Thursday a public inquiry into the shooting concluded that Greater Manchester police (GMP) was entirely to blame for Grainger’s death due to serious failings in its firearms unit. In a highly critical report on the incident, Judge Thomas Teague QC found that GMP adopted a cavalier attitude and collated flawed intelligence during the botched operation directly leading to the 36-year-old’s death.

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Source: The Guardian
Police must face legal action for Anthony Grainger's death, says partner