Lynette police probe: No misconduct found says report
A major investigation into the failings of South Wales Police following the murder of a Cardiff prostitute 26 years ago has found no criminal conduct.
Lynette White was stabbed to death in a Butetown flat in February 1988 and three men were wrongly convicted of her murder.
Her killer was caught 13 years later using DNA evidence.
The latest report was prompted after Britain's biggest police corruption case, involving eight former South Wales Police officers, collapsed back in 2011.
Nick Palit reports.
- From the section Wales