A COP watchdog has spent more than £ 100,000 to investigate how a hotel knife that stabbed six people was shot dead by police.
We can reveal that £ 108,191.16 was billed for investigating the death of Badreddin Abadlla Adam Bosh during his blade rampage in Glasgow.
Freedom of Information figures show £ 94,246 was spent on staff by the Police Investigation and Review Commissioner, with £ 8,437 on travel and £ 355.11 on spending .
Officials said the bill provided for “multiple trips” but no overseas travel.
Badreddin, from Sudan, was killed in June last year after stabbing six people, including PC police hero David Whyte, 44, at the downtown Park Inn hotel where he lived.
Glasgow stabbing victim thought he ‘should just die’ as attacked by blade demon in hotel
We recounted how her cop brother Adam pleaded for answers to the asylum seeker’s death.
A PIRC probe is routine when police firearms are deployed. A spokesperson said a report had been submitted to prosecutors.
The Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service said, “The PIRC report is under review.
“The family will be informed of any important development. “
Earlier this year, we recounted how police accused the BBC of falsely claiming three people died in the horror of the hotel blade.
Deputy Police Chief Fiona Taylor said the broadcaster alarmed her fake story.
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