ChatterBank0 min ago
Just finished watching this three episode programme.My over riding feeling is that the Met has within it officers who are quite prepared to be obstructive in the attempt of Black people to obtain justice.It is obvious that Clive Driscoll was enforceably retired almost certainly because life was becoming uncomfortable for his superiors one of which is now Commissioner.
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It was an eye opener alright and I agree that Clive Driscoll was retired because he was becoming an embarrassment to his so called superior officers, but at least he got two of the murderers behind bars with his tenacity. The role was played, in my opinion, superbly by Steve Coogan. Whoever chose him for the role played a blinder ! I thoroughly enjoyed the series, it was excellently done.