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Officers accused of 'inexplicable' delays tending to detainee showing breathing difficulties

Handcuffs and thigh restraints should have been taken off immediately, says solicitor.

Duncan Tomlin's father, Paul Tomlin (left), arrives at the Office of the Police Crime Commissioner in Lewes, Sussex, for the misconduct hearing (Photo: PA Wire)

Duncan Tomlin's father, Paul Tomlin (left), arrives at the Office of the Police Crime Commissioner in Lewes, Sussex, for the misconduct hearing (Photo: PA Wire)

Date - 1st August 2018
By - Press Association
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An epileptic man who died after being restrained face down by police officers was held in a van for seven and a half minutes before receiving medical attention, a misconduct panel has heard. Duncan Tomlin fell unconscious after a struggle with...
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