News News NEWS: Shameful outcome of misconduct hearing points to impunity of the police All charges of gross misconduct against officers involved in the death of Sean Rigg have been dismissed. Sean died following police contact in Brixton in 2008. His sister, Marcia Rigg, spoke to ITV London and asks 'Where is the justice?'. The family of Sean Rigg say police have been given a licence to kill after five met officers were cleared of misconduct over his death.Mr Rigg - who had schizophrenia - died in custody after he was arrested and restrained by police in Brixton in 2008. @RiaChatterjee reports. pic.twitter.com/Gizo1Zg2M3 — ITV London (@itvlondon) March 1, 2019 Marcia Rigg and INQUEST caseworker, Victoria McNally also spoke to Channel 4 News. INQUEST Director, Deborah Coles, was quoted in the Guardian and The Voice,: "This shameful outcome points to the impunity of the police, and a process which frustrates the prevention of abuse of power and ill treatment. The delays in the process were the result of failings of the IPCC, and of the police to cooperate with the investigation. The Rigg family are the only people who come out of this process with any credibility” Further press coverage: To find out more view our press release Sean Rigg: five officers cleared of misconduct over death in custody, Guardian, Damien Gayle Sean Rigg custody death: Five police officers cleared of misconduct a decade on, ITV Report Metropolitan Police officers cleared of misconduct over death of musician Sean Rigg in Custody, My London, James Rodger Five Met Police officers are cleared of misconduct over arrest ad detention of schizophrenic musician, 40, who died after suffering 'unsuitable' force in custody in 2008, Daily Mail, Charlie Bayliss Five police officers CLEARED after musician Sean Rigg died in custody in 2008, the Mirror, Margaret Davies and Sam Blewett To see all INQUEST media coverage, visit the latest coverage page.