A police officer who was cleared of killing Ian Tomlinson during the G20 protests has accepted that his actions amounted to gross misconduct. In a public disciplinary hearing it emerged PC Simon Harwood also offered to resign on two occasions.
But PC Harwood does not accept his actions inadvertently caused or contributed to Ian Tomlinson's death.
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