Thames Valley reveals complexity of PC Andrew Harper case

Thames Valley Police has revealed the difficulties in bringing the case against the three men found guilty of the manslaughter of PC Andrew Harper. The officer in charge of the complex case said it was always going to be an immense challenge.

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