Stephen Lawrence inquiry to be moved to ‘inactive phase’ | The Guardian

Met police chief announces there are no further lines of inquiry into murder of Stephen Lawrence in 1993Twenty-seven years, three months and 19 days after the murder of the black British teenager Stephen Lawrence, the Metropolitan police has declared the investigation into the crime “inactive”.In a murder that would indefinitely reframe race relations in the UK, 18-year-old Lawrence was stabbed to death by a gang of racists on Well Hall Road in Eltham, south-east London, on 22 April 1993. Continue reading…

Met police chief announces there are no further lines of inquiry into murder of Stephen Lawrence in 1993

Twenty-seven years, three months and 19 days after the murder of the black British teenager Stephen Lawrence, the Metropolitan police has declared the investigation into the crime “inactive”.

In a murder that would indefinitely reframe race relations in the UK, 18-year-old Lawrence was stabbed to death by a gang of racists on Well Hall Road in Eltham, south-east London, on 22 April 1993.

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