Image copyright PA March - Inquiry opens The five suspects are told to give evidence or face prosecution. Read the timeline to find out more about the case: May - Two to face trial Gary Dobson and David Norris are to face trial over the murder of Stephen Lawrence following a review of forensic evidence.
This leads Home Secretary Theresa May to announce a new public inquiry into undercover policing. In the Met statement, Le Pere said: He was joined there by Duwayne Brooksand they played video games until leaving at around The Independent Police Complaints Commission later stated that the claims made in the programme were unfounded.
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For instance, an article in the February edition of the Socialist Review stated: For instance, an article in the February edition of the Socialist Review stated: In the initial investigation police blunders had seen officers observe some of the suspects leaving their homes with black bin liners that were never searched.
However it is thought that up to six people were involved in the fatal attack at a bus stop in Eltham on 22 April and the Met Police still has an active investigation. Image copyright PA September - Norris jailed David Norris and former suspect Neil Acourt right are jailed for 18 months for a racist attack on an off-duty police officer in Eltham in Doreen Lawrence tells the Daily Mail she believes detectives have run out of lines of inquiry and calls on them to "be honest" about the likelihood that anyone else will be convicted over his murder.
The plaque has been vandalised several times since then. July - BBC documentary A BBC documentary investigating the case raises fresh questions about the prime suspects, prompting the Metropolitan Police to review their evidence. Thank you for your feedback. This meant that if new evidence was uncovered and the Crown Prosecution Service felt there was enough to prosecute, they could once again be tried for murder, years after the crime had taken place.
May - Trial ruled out The CPS finally announces there is insufficient evidence to prosecute anyone for Stephen's murder following a review.
Brooks claimed that he heard one of Lawrence's assailants saying: Despite the convictions of Norris and Dobson, The Met Police is still investigating the murder of Stephen Lawrence, although it recently admitted it had no new lines of inquiry.
June - Former police officer 'spied' on Lawrence family The prime minister calls for an immediate investigation into reports the police wanted to smear Stephen Lawrence's family. July - BBC documentary A BBC documentary investigating the case raises fresh questions about the prime suspects, prompting the Metropolitan Police to review their evidence.
The evidence from the key witness was deemed to be unsafe. Dr Richard Stone, who sat on the Macpherson inquiry, commented that the panel had felt that there was "a large amount of information that the police were either not processing or were suppressing" and "a strong smell of corruption".
Duwayne Brooks who was coming home with Stephen Lawrence when the pair were attacked Credit:. Despite the convictions of Norris and Dobson, The Met Police is still investigating the murder of Stephen Lawrence, although it recently admitted it had no new lines of inquiry.
But the murder of one black man, in particular, year-old Stephen Lawrence, permanently altered the social, political and cultural landscape of the entire nation.
Lawrence was stabbed to death in Eltham, in southeast London, on April 22,in a racially motivated attack by five white youths. Stephen Lawrence murder: police say they have run out of leads The Macpherson report finds the police guilty of mistakes and "institutional racism" and makes a series of recommendations on.
David Norris (L) and Gary Dobson, who are now in jail for Stephen Lawrence's murder, attending the Macphearson Inquiry in T he result of the inquiry was the Macpherson report in February which returned a damning assessment of the investigation and the Met Police as an institution.
Independent report The Stephen Lawrence Inquiry Report of an inquiry by Sir William Macpherson. Published 24 February From: Home Office.
Documents. Report of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry. The killing of Stephen Lawrence was described today by a senior police officer as ‘one of the most significant cases of its time.’ Two of Stephen’s killers were finally convicted today – an extraordinary 18 years after his death.
The Metropolitan Police’s original .A report of the murder of stephen lawrence