Claire Boddie was found not guilty of assault after shooting race relations adviser in face

A police officer who shot a 64-year-old race relations adviser in the face with a Taser electrical weapon after mistaking him for a man wanted on drugs charges will face a charge of gross misconduct, it has emerged.

Acting sergeant Claire Boddie told Judah Adunbi, a community elder in Bristol, that he looked “familiar” and, after he refused to give his name, a scuffle broke out and she discharged the stun gun, hitting him in the jaw.

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