IOPC direct referral of use of Taser on rapper Wretch 32's father

The Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) is assessing the Tasering of rapper Wretch 32’s father by Metropolitan Police officers after the artist recently shared a video of the incident which took place in April.

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