Two employees at Scotland Yard were ordered to shred a “lorry-load” of police corruption intelligence, according to evidence submitted to a damning review of the Metropolitan Police.
Top-secret material gathered during a four-year investigation, codenamed Operation Othona, was inexplicably destroyed in 2003, according to a report into the murder of Stephen Lawrence commissioned by Home Secretary Theresa May.

Read more: BBC News, March 18 2014

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