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Daniel Morgan's murder: this stain on our criminal justice system remains | Duncan Campbell

PUBLISHED May 10, 2013

The announcement that an independent panel is to hold an inquiry into the murder more than quarter of a century ago of a private detective, Daniel Morgan, is to be warmly welcomed. The fact that no one has ever been convicted for a killing that could and should have been speedily solved is more than shameful. We can only hope that, as with the Hillsborough panel, the decision by the home secretary helps finally to shine a light into the darkest corners of this disturbing case.

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