1980: Peach death was ‘misadventure’

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Clement Blair Peach was a New Zealand-born teacher who died during an anti-racism demonstration in London, England. Clement Blair Peach was a New Zealand-born teacher who died during an anti-racism demonstration in London, England.

The jury at the inquest of Blair Peach, the London teacher who died in a demonstration against the National Front last year, has returned a verdict of misadventureon this day 27052013

The verdict came with three riders: that there should be more control of the Special Patrol Group (SPG) police unit by officers, that there should be better liaison with local police, and that no unauthorised weapons should be available in police stations.

Mr Peach’s supporters greeted the jury’s conclusion with dismay.

At a news conference, Mr Peach’s girlfriend, Celia Stubbs, said the policeman who killed him had got off “scot-free”.

We regard the verdict as establishing beyond any doubt that police killed Blair Peach, Paul Holborow, Anti-Nazi League

The Anti-Nazi League, which organised the demonstration in which Mr Peach was killed, said it would seek to…

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