Boris Johnson accused of snubbing pleas for help in getting justice for WPc


On Sunday, Matthew Jury, Mr Murray’s lawyer, said: “Given this weekend’s revelations in The Telegraph, we will be writing to the Prime Minister on John’s behalf to seek a meeting and some answers to long unanswered questions.”

Mr Johnson was approached for comment via 10 Downing Street’s press team.

Yvette Cooper, the chairman of the Commons home affairs select committee, which oversees the police, said the level of secrecy around the case meant it should be investigated by Parliament’s intelligence and security committee, whose members have security clearance to look at top secret information.

She told The Telegraph: “This was an appalling murder of a police officer, where justice has never been served.

“Given the seriousness of the case and the lack of scrutiny over these key decisions, all the details should now be provided to the intelligence and security committee so they can decide what further questions should be pursued.”

The Home Office has declined to comment. A source said it did not routinely comment on individual cases, adding that the UK has not been able to deport individuals to Libya since 2014, a position confirmed by courts in 2017.

Former PC John Murray is crowd-funding his attempt to find justice for Yvonne Fletcher: https://www.crowdjustice.com/case/wpc-fletcher/



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