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The widow of a cyclist who was killed in a country lane six years ago is still battling police - saying someone should be held accountable for a catalogue of errors when they investigated his death.
Richard Jordan was 67 when he was involved in the accident in East Kent.
Despite a Kent Police Professional Standards report saying the investigation into his death was in places 'unprofessional and unacceptable' - no officer has been found at fault.
As Sarah Saunders reports.
Sarah spoke to widow Susan Jordan, son Neil Jordan and Asst Ch Con Jo Shiner from Kent Police.