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But IACAP also said they had been unable to identify the officer at fault because riot squad members wore helmets without any distinguishing markings.
Having investigated the case, the IACAP concluded that police officers used unnecessary force by firing their firearms and that there was an attempt to cover up the incident.
The IACAP again concluded that police officers used unnecessary force but pointed out they cannot lay the blame with anyone, because nobody can identify the police officer in fault, since all of them wore helmets without any distinguishing markings.
Police spokesman Andreas Angelides said that the police will do everything in its power to investigate the allegations made by the IACAP. He pointed out that the police is now forbidden by the office of the Attorney-general from investigating cases involving other police officers.
Anastasiades said that IACAP is the body in charge of monitoring those institutions and that, "the people are completely justified in demanding more from police officers.
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