Mark Duggan Shot: London Riot Cause [REPORT]

There is no corner of the world who doesn't know about London Riot. But there are still millions of people, who are clicking in web to know London Riot Cause. The death Mark Duggan occurred during a police interception in Tottenham, London, England. Duggan, an alleged drug dealer and gang member, and father of 4 was shot and killed by police officers in an armed confrontation. His shooting was mentioned as a trigger factor in the 2011 London riots.

Mark Duggan, 29, was in a car being followed by police during a covert operation on Thursday. The police watchdog said ballistic tests showed "no evidence that the handgun found at the scene was fired". Fifteen minutes later he was dead – shot down by a heavily armed police unit.

Here the Mail examines some of the questions the Independent Police Complaints Commission must answer. “At this stage there is no evidence that the handgun found at the scene was fired during the incident,” said the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) in an update on last Thursday’s fatal shooting in Tottenham, north London.

Jay Crowned, 39, who lives locally, said Mr Duggan had four children - three girls and one boy -  and described him as 'a good daddy'. A statement released by Mr Duggan's family read: "We want to establish the truth about Mark's death.

"The family want everyone to know that the disorder going on has nothing to do with finding out what happened to Mark. They also want everyone to know that they are deeply distressed by the disorder affecting so many communities across the country."

He and Miss Wilson, both 29, had been together since they were 17. They had two sons aged ten and seven, and a baby daughter. (source Daily Mail)
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