Jermaine Baker death: Police warn of guns boycott if officer charged
21 December 2015
From the section London
Jermaine Baker was shot in Bracknell Close near to Wood Green Crown Court
Armed police officers could refuse to carry weapons if a colleague is charged over the shooting of a man in London, the Police Federation has warned.
A firearms officer has been arrested over the fatal shooting of Jermaine Baker on 11 December.
The 28-year-old was shot dead during an alleged attempt to spring two convicts from a prison van in Wood Green.
Met Police Federation chair Ken Marsh, said a criminal charge would have “massive ramifications” for the force.
Source:: BBC world news feed