Met officers jailed for taking pictures of murdered Wembley sisters for ‘cheap thrill’ | ITV News

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ITV News published this video item, entitled “Met officers jailed for taking pictures of murdered Wembley sisters for ‘cheap thrill’ | ITV News” – below is their description.

Two Met Police officers who took pictures of murdered sisters Bibaa Henry and Nicole Smallman in a park in north London have each been jailed for two years and nine months.

Read more: https://www.itv.com/news/london/2021-12-06/catastrophic-betrayal-of-officers-who-took-pictures-of-murdered-sisters

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