Official report rules out corruption in disappearance of crucial evidence against 15 police staff accused of framing three men

The collapse of a trial of police officers accused of framing innocent men for murder collapsed due to human error, not corruption, an official report has concluded.

The report was prompted by claims that police wrongdoing contributed to 13 police officers and two police staff walking free from court in the Cardiff Three case in 2011, after crucial evidence was lost. It was later discovered after they had been formally acquitted.

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