video:….8 8 2011…The Vigil in Tottenham High St. after the weekends riots, by Tottenham police station…filmed at High Cross, Tottenham…b.
Mark Duggan shooting: police watchdog clears officers of wrongdoing 24 March 2015
IPCC calls for urgent improvement in accountability, including recording of radio communications during undercover firearms operations
Pam Duggan says family disappointed by IPCC clearing of firearms officers of wrongdoing in the 2011 shooting of Mark Duggan http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/mar/24/mark-duggan-shooting-police-watchdog-clears-officers-wrongdoing
File on Mark Duggan police shooting lost in the post 29 Jan 2015
Ministry of Justice investigating after computer disk containing information on inquest and two other inquiries goes missing 2011 http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jan/29/file-mark-duggan-police-shooting-lost-post
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Not to be confused with 2011 United Kingdom anti-austerity protests.
2011 England riots
Carpetright store after Tottenham riots.jpg
Firefighters douse a shop and flats destroyed by arson during the initial rioting in Tottenham, London
6 to 11 August 2011 (although incidents continued after this period)
Several districts of London, Birmingham and the West Midlands, Merseyside, Greater Manchester, Bristol and several other areas.
Rioting, looting, arson, mugging, assault, murder
Reported fatalities and injuries
16+ members of public injured
186 police officers, 3 Police Community Support Officers as well as five police dogs injured
Between Saturday 6 August and Thursday 11 August 2011, thousands of people rioted in several London boroughs and in cities and towns across England. The resulting chaos generated looting, arson, and mass deployment of police; five people died.
Disturbances began on 6 August after a protest in Tottenham, north London, following the death of Mark Duggan, a local who was shot dead by police on 4 August. Several violent clashes with police ensued, along with the destruction of police vehicles, a double-decker bus, and many civilian homes and businesses, thus rapidly gaining attention from the media. Overnight, looting took place in Tottenham Hale retail park and nearby Wood Green. The following days saw similar scenes in other parts of London, with the most rioting taking place in Hackney, Brixton, Walthamstow, Peckham, Enfield, Battersea, Croydon, Ealing, Barking, Woolwich, Lewisham and East Ham. From Monday 8 until Wednesday 10 August, other cities in England including Birmingham, Bristol, Lincoln, Manchester, and Salford, along with several towns, saw what was described by the media as “copycat violence”. continues @ https://www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2011_England_riots