A woman whose mother and sister were shot dead by an 82-year-old puppy breeder after police returned his shotguns to him has criticised Surrey police’s firearms team as negligent and dangerous, as the police watchdog highlighted “deeply concerning” failings.Oh..?
Eleven months before the killings, police received an allegation by Stacy Banner, now 42, the daughter of Christine and sister of Lucy, that Lowe had made threats to shoot her. Lowe’s seven licensed shotguns were removed.As you'd expect. So, what did the police do wrong, here?
Banner said on Tuesday the IPCC report was “vindication” in her long battle for an independent investigation, but many questions remained unanswered. She called for a “Lucy’s Law” in memory of her sister to overhaul gun licence policy, and a full inquest to answer remaining questions."The police should listen to me! On this occasion. Not that other one...!"