Sat 18 April 2009, The Independent

Reversal of post-mortem result piles pressure on the Met

By Mark Hughes
The police officer who pushed Ian Tomlinson to the ground before his death at the G20 protests is facing a manslaughter charge after a second post-mortem examination revealed that the newspaper vendor died of an abdominal haemorrhage and not a heart attack.
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