Met police said that the people of London are concerned about the deaths of three men after police used tasers or pepper spray
The recent wave of deaths after the incident police has fueled tensions between the communities of London before Notting Hill Carnival, a senior Scotland yard has admitted.
Commander Steve Rodhouse revealed that residents of the capital had expressed concern with the well known throughout the strategy of the police after the death of three men after contact with officials in the 12 last days.Bodybuilder
Dale Burns, 27, of Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, amateur rugby player Jacob Michael, 25, of Widnes, Cheshire, and Hulmes Felipe, 53, delivery driver near Bolton, all died after an incident in which police used tasers or pepper spray.
Rodhouse, spokesman for the Metropolitan Police for the carnival, said: "It is very clear when talking to our communities, although these deaths were outside the capital and the north, these deaths are ringing in our communities and we know that when we seek to test the tensions in the capital.
"We try to take them into account to understand what is causing concern in the capital and the country."Met
Some officials have expressed concern over what they describe as a growing anti-police at the Notting Hill Carnival, which begins Sunday and will feature a record number of players against d possible problems following the riots in London earlier this month. The carnival, which is expected to draw crowds of over 1 million, represents the biggest test of Scotland Yard, public order and general disorder and coincides with high levels of anxiety in many communities in London.
In particular, the details of the death of Michael, who was pepper-sprayed after being detained for eleven police officers have raised serious concerns.The day after the death of Michael Hulmes died after being shot with a Taser during an incident at his home, although the autopsy concluded she died of stab wounds self-inflicted. Burns, who died Aug. 16 after police allegedly shot him three times with a Taser 50,000 volts after reports of a disturbance in Barrow-in-Furness plane.
Met officers are also aware that another died after contact with the police, this time shot by Mark Duggan Met CO19 attendant weapons, remains a potential source of tension. Death Duggan, 29, in Tottenham Hale, North London, was essential to trigger unrest in the United Kingdom. His funeral is scheduled for September 9.
Rodhouse said a bomb attack on a petrol patrolling police car in Edmonton, north London the day after his death Hulmes be considered in the context of his time before the carnival.
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