Man Guilty Of Supplying Gun To Mark Duggan

30-year-old Kevin Hutchinson-Foster has been found guilty of supplying a gun to Mark Duggan, who was shot dead by police.

Officers in Tottenham, north London, shot Mr Duggan on 4 August 2011 and a gun was found nearby.

Hutchinson-Foster had denied selling or transferring a prohibited firearm to Mr Duggan but was found guilty by a jury at Snaresbrook Crown Court.

Mr Duggan's death sparked riots in Tottenham, which led to disorder in a number of English cities and towns.


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