Mark Duggan inquest jury is being told about anonymous letter sent to several people, including Duggan family and Met Police Commander Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.
The letter claimed an informant told his police handler he could persuade Mark Duggan to pick the gun, so officers could arrest him. The letter claims thje arrest was bound to lead to Mark Duggan being shot to avoid the informant being exposed.
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