"I have long argued that the giving of offence, and even hate speech, should be a moral matter but not a matter for the criminal law. That is as true on the football pitch as on the streets. We should always challenge racism. We should also always challenge attacks on liberties in the guise of faux antiracism." Kenan Malik

Ian Tomlinson Inquest…PC Simon Harwood Gives Evidence On Monday.

On Monday PC Simon Harwood is appearing at the inquest of Ian Tomlinson at around 11am. The proceedings start at 10am.

So far there has been NO public support for the Tomlinson family at the inquest other than those working with the family and close family friends.

If you are able and in the area please can you attend. Don’t be put off by the surroundings YOU CAN enter the hearing if there’s room. Further details here  http://www.iantomlinsonfamilycampaign.org.uk/2011/03/attending-ian-tomlinson-inquest.html

The hearings are taking place at the International Dispute Resolution Centre at 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU.

Please forward far and wide.



Monday 4th April

Inspector Timothy Williams (I/C TSG)
PC Simon Harwood

Tuesday 5th April

PC Simon Harwood
Kamran Saleem (Witnessed Ian Tomlinson’s collapse)
Daniel Boettcher (Witnessed Ian Tomlinson’s collapse)
Lucy Apps (Medical Student who assisted Ian Tomlinson)
Peter Apps (Witnessed Ian Tomlinson’s condition)

Wednesday 6th April

Daniel MacPhee (Called ambulance and assisted Ian Tomlinson)
PS Rosario Stumpo (I/C Police Medics)
PS Stuart Rogers (Police Medic)
PC Carolyn Waller (Police Medic)
PS Richard Galvin
PC Guy Price
Martin Bowdler (London Ambulance Service Bronze Commander)
Karen Miskowvicz (LAS Paramedic)
Darren O’Rourke (LAS Paramedic)

Thursday 7th April

Matthew Thomas (LAS Paramedic)
Mark Scott (LAS Paramedic)
Rob Silcock (North West Ambulance Service)
Neve Mellett (LAS Emergency Medical Technician)
David McNally (NWAS – re care in Ambulance)
Sarah Murphy (Treatment at hospital)
Dr. Gareth Grier (Treatment at hospital / pronounced death)
Dr. David Vasserman (General Practitioner re Ian Tomlinson’s medical history and previous hospital treatment)

Friday 8th April

Catch up with evidence, and

Dr. Paul Ugwu (General Practitioner re own consultations with Ian Tomlinson)


Monday 11th April

Dr. Freddy Patel (Post Mortem Examination)

Toxicology / Histology Results

Tuesday 12th April

Dr. N. Cary (Post Mortem Examination)
DS Antony Crampton
John Cockram
Stephen Dean
Barry Tuckfield

Wednesday 13th April

Dr. Shorrock (Post Mortem Examination)
Dr. Ben Swift (Post Mortem Examination)

Thursday 14th April

Dr Graeme Alexander (Medical Expert)
Dr Mary Sheppard (Medical Expert)

Friday 15th April

Prof Williamson (Medical Expert)


Monday 18th April

Dave Oliver (Report re PC Harwood’s contact with Ian Tomlinson)
PS Ian Roderick or PS David Little (Report re use of Police Dogs)

Forensic evidence re Ian Tomlinson’s track suit trousers
Posted by Justice for Ian at 19:54
Labels: Inquest
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Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Attending the Ian Tomlinson Inquest: Information for the public
The inquest into the death of Ian Tomlinson, who died during the G20 protests in 2009, will commence on Monday 28 March 2011 and is expected to last for of 5-6 weeks. It is expected to sit from Monday to Thursday from 10.00am – 4.00pm. The family welcomes supporters to attend.

An inquest is a legal investigation that is open to the public. Its purpose is to establish who the person was and where, when and how they died.

The inquest will be conducted by the Chief Coroner, Judge Peter Thornton QC, who replaces the City of London Coroner Paul Matthews. Hearings will take place at the International Dispute Resolution Centre at 70 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1EU.

Family website here  http://www.iantomlinsonfamilycampaign.org.uk/

Coroners website here  http://www.tomlinsoninquest.org.uk/Tomlinson/


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