‘Arrest someone!’: Grenfell Tower survivors heckle senior detective probing the disaster as he refuses to answer their questions during heated public meeting : Daily Mail.

  • Meeting in London intended to give locals an opportunity to question key figures
  • Investigating officer Matt Bonner was quizzed at St Clement’s Church tonight 
  • He was met with cries of ‘arrest someone’ as the crowd grew frustrated 
  • Also in attendance was incoming council leader Elizabeth Campbell 

Grenfell Tower survivors have confronted the senior investigating officer of the police probe into the disaster during a heated public meeting.

A meeting in West London intended to give locals an opportunity to question key figures descended into chaos as residents became angry and upset.

Investigating officer Matt Bonner was quizzed at St Clement’s Church a short distance from where the blaze happened exactly four weeks ago.

Grenfell Tower survivors have confronted the senior investigating officer of the police probe into the disaster during a heated public meeting

Grenfell Tower survivors have confronted the senior investigating officer of the police probe into the disaster during a heated public meeting

 

‘I cannot tell you about the case as it would put the investigation at risk,’ he told the audience.

He was met with cries of ‘arrest someone’ as the crowd grew increasingly frustrated by his explanation.

He said the police investigation would ‘not be quick but it would be thorough’.

Also in attendance was incoming council leader Elizabeth Campbell, who was heckled by one audience member.

Last week, the retired judge leading the Grenfell Tower inquiry told heckling survivors ‘you don’t respect me’ as he met them for the first time.

Sir Martin Moore-Bick was warned by former residents of the west London tower block not to ‘get personal’ as he addressed the frustrated crowd at a meeting last night.

Elizabeth Campbell, who is to step in as leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council

Elizabeth Campbell, who is to step in as leader of Kensington and Chelsea Council

Sir Martin said they had claimed he would carry out a ‘hatchet job’, while one campaigner accused him of leaving Grenfell families facing the same painful decades of uncertainty of those involved in Hillsborough.

Read More : Daily Mail.

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