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Tomlinson death: missing moment?

By Alex Thomson, Simon Israel

Updated on 08 April 2009

Filmed by a Channel 4 News cameraman, this new footage shows the moment a policeman struck out at Ian Tomlinson during at last week's G20 demonstrations.

New footage that forms another piece of the jigsaw puzzle to determine exactly what happened to Ian Tomlinson during G20 protests last week has emerged. Alex Thomson reports.

Police investigation launched

Mr Tomlinson's death will now be subject to a full investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission, who have tonight ordered a second post mortem examination. Simon Israel reports.

The Channel 4 News footage in full

Is this the missing piece of the jigsaw?

Following the publication of mobile phone footage of Tomlinson's confrontation with the police, obtained by the Guardian newspaper, more material has emerged.

This time it shows the moment a policeman strikes out at Tomlinson before he falls to the ground.

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The original Guardian footage

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