An inquest has begun into the police shooting of Mark Duggan, who's death two years ago sparked widespread rioting across London and beyond. The 29-year-old was killed in Tottenham when police stopped the taxi he was in.
Today the coroner told the jury the 8 week inquest was 'a quest to find the truth' about the shooting. From court, our correspondent Simon Harris reports.
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