Mark Duggan's family call for IPCC to be axed

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The family of Mark Duggan has called for the organisation investigating his death to be scrapped, saying they do not trust it.

Mr Duggan was shot by police in Tottenham last summer and led to rioting on the capital's streets.

His relatives say the Independent Police Complaints Commission has yet to answer questions about his death, and its senior investigator should resign.

His grandmother Lou Pinnock and his aunt Carol Duggan say the investigation should be led people such as lawyers or doctors and not those who had affiliations with the police.

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