A man has been found guilty of supplying a gun to Mark Duggan, whose fatal shooting by police sparked the 2011 summer riots.
An officer has told a court how he found the gun that allegedly belonged to Mark Duggan "five metres away" from where he was shot dead.
The officer who shot Mark Duggan has been giving evidence in the trial of the man accused of giving Duggan a gun, before police shot him.
The jury in the inquest into the death of Mark Duggan - whose killing sparked widespread riots in England in the summer of 2011 - has been told they may consider a conclusion of unlawful killing.
The inquest into his death began 12 weeks ago at the High Court in London, and Judge Kevin Cutler told the panel of 10 to reach their decisions "calmly and coolly on the evidence" as he began summing up the case.
He told them they may reach one of three possible conclusions: that the 29-year-old was killed unlawfully, lawfully, or reach an open conclusion.
The final week of witness evidence given at the inquest into the death of Mark Duggan will begin today.
New questions were raised for the Metropolitan Police today at the inquest over the death of Mark Duggan. Mr Duggan's death in 2011 sparked widespread rioting across the capital.
Our Senior Correspondent Ronke Phillips sent us this report. The inquest is continuing this afternoon - for all the latest tune in to ITV News London at 6pm.
Officer tells jury he received intelligence at 5.20pm abt Duggan's alleged pick-up of gun in Vicarage Rd Leyton@itvlondon #Duggan
Jurors at the inquest into the shooting of Mark Duggan will hear more today from Det. Superintendent Fiona Mallon - who was the senior firearms commander for the operation. 29-year-old Duggan was shot dead by a police marksman in Tottenham in 2011, his death sparking riots across the country.
The inquest into the death of Mark Duggan, who's shooting by police in Tottenham triggered the riots of August 2011, will hear from the senior Met Officers behind the operation later.
It comes after the hearing was told yesterday that Mr Duggan was one of Europe's most violent criminals.
The inquest into the shooting of Mark Duggan who's death sparked the London Riots, has heard claims police shot him in self defence The 29-year-old was killed in Tottenham after being pulled over by officers.
Police say he was under surveillance as they believed he was collecting a gun from an associate. From the inquest our correspondent Simon Harris reports.
Ashley Underwood QC has finished outlining the case. No witnesses this week but the inquest will make a site visit on Thursday.
Jurors at the inquest into the death of Mark Duggan have been told they are on a "quest to find the truth" over whether the father-of-four was lawfully killed when he was shot by armed police.
– Judge Keith Cutler, Coroner
It is a quest to find the truth. This may sound rather grand but it is in fact an important task and one which may take us a little time.
It may be the case that the heart of your considerations will be whether Mark Duggan was killed lawfully or unlawfully.
There is no dispute that Mark Duggan sadly died as a result of a bullet fired by a police officer. You will hear evidence from that officer.