Family anger over Seni Lewis's death-in-custody inquest delay

A family from south London claims a police watchdog's investigation into their 23-year-old son's death in custody is deeply flawed, leading to delays in holding an inquest.

Olaseni Lewis, known as Seni, died two years ago after being restrained by police while at Bethlem Royal Hospital in Beckenham. His inquest is scheduled to be held in Spring 2013.

BBC London Special Correspondent Kurt Barling talks to Seni's mother Ajibola and father Conrad, and solicitor Raju Bhatt.

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