Fresh concerns on murder inquiry
FRESH concerns has been raised about the inquiry into officers involved in the miscarriage of justice surrounding the Lynette White murder in Cardiff in 1988.
Last night's Panorama programme put South Wales Police and the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) under the spotlight.
The IPCC allowed the force to conduct its own investigation into what had gone wrong in the original inquiry, and eight former police officers accused of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice went to trial last year — but the trial collapsed and they were found not guilty after the judge was told files of evidence had been destroyed.
Two months later the files were found in the possession of South Wales Police
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This summer the House of Commons announced an in-depth investigation into the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Speaking on the Panorama programme Keith Vaz MP said: "Frankly if people had written a work of fiction about this they would not have believed it, but this is fact."