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When it reconvened, police reported that they had 400 lines of enquiry open into the murder, but had not narrowed the field of suspects down from any of the 30 Libyans in the embassy.
If it were not so offensive and obscene, it would be laughable." He concluded that it was the Libyans in the bureau who should co-operate with the murder investigation."Gaddafi phones hourly orders to the people's bureau".On his instructions, bombs were planted in London newsagents that sold newspapers critical of Gaddafi.Royal Hong Kong Police Force.It expresses deep regret to the family of WPC Fletcher for what occurred and offers to pay compensation now to the family.About 75 lnsf protestors arrived from across the country, particularly northern England; c the demonstration began at around 10:00 am."Inside the mind of a tyrant".News articles "1984: Libyan embassy shots kill policewoman"."Libyan exiles in Britain live in fear of Qaddafi assassins"."Qadhafi offers 'team to help find siege killer.They asked which of three options they should follow: do nothing; drag some dissidents into the bureau to physically assault them; or shoot some of the demonstrators.The New York Times and hailed by sex workers for Brown's advocacy for the decriminalization and normalization of prostitution.2, his early career interest was hematology but he quickly turned to forensic pathology whilst.After being taken to the Civil Service College at Sunningdale where they were held for the day and questioned the Libyans were put on a flight to Tripoli just before 8:00 pm.
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Post-Gaddafi era: Following the 2011 Libyan civil war and the collapse of the Gaddafi regime in August that year, it was reported that one of the co-conspirators, Abdulqadir al-Baghdadi, had been killed during in-fighting among Gaddafi loyalists.
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The police search of the bureau found 4,367 rounds of ammunition, three semi-automatic pistols, four.38 revolvers and magazines for Sterling submachine guns.
British detectives were able to interview their main suspect for the murder in June 2007, following the normalisation of diplomatic relations between the UK and Libya.In addition to the murder of Fletcher, eleven Libyan demonstrators were wounded.D On the same day as Fletcher's funeral the evacuation of the embassy began with the dispatch of diplomatic luggage four canvas bags, marked with a diplomatic seal, and immune from search or seizure by the British police.Oleg Gordievsky, the British spy working within the KGB, stated that he was informed by his superiors that the shooting had been personally ordered by Gaddafi."Howe to review laws on diplomats".A cherry tree was planted in St James's Square in memory of Fletcher in 1984, and there is a memorial plaque in Charing Cross Police Station, London.The following day Gaddafi appeared on Libyan television and blamed the British police and security forces for the attack; he said that "we are surprised how a responsible state like England carry on sic committing this crime".Within the buildingwhere they spent four days searching gunshot residue was found at two windows on the first floor and a spent cartridge.The answer came back from Gaddafi to open fire on the protestors.With Margaret Thatcher, the Prime Minister, on an official visit to Portugal, and Geoffrey Howe, the Foreign Secretary, in China, responsibility for handling the crisis fell to Leon Brittan, the Home Secretary.