6. Appendix 1 and 2

Appendix 1 Police Officers
Name Rank Station Role
Bleakley, Peter PS Hammersmith Patrick Quinn's custody officer. Present with Dell and O'Donnell at scene of crime after Henery discovered body.
Carr, Michael PC Fulham Attended Malcolm Kennedy arrest with Mellor.
Dell, Michael Ins Hammersmith Duty inspector. Present with Bleakley and O'Donnell at scene of crime after Henery discovered Quinn's body.
Giles, Paul PC Hammersmith Patrick Quinn's arresting officer. Suffered mental illness and did not give evidence in second retrial.
Hackett DSup Area 6 Major Investigations Team Present in station on morning of 24 December 1990.
Henery, Edward PS Fulham Malcolm Kennedy's custody officer. Discovered Quinn's body. Resigned from the Met. with 17 outstanding disciplinary charges. Fined £500 for contempt of court following second retrial.
Ives, Jeffery PC Fulham Assisted Wheatley to prepare for murder investigation.
Lloyd DSupt MS16 (CIB) Present in station on morning of 24 December 1990.
McAleenan, Paul DS Hammersmith Swinburne's assistant in murder investigation. Interrupted the first retrial with discovery of CAD printout.
Matthews, Roger DSupt Area 6 Major Investigations Team Present in station on morning of 24 December 1990.
Mellor, Anthony PC Hammersmith Malcolm Kennedy's arresting officer.
Millar, Michael PC Fulham Drove Northway home at start of late relief. Dry cleaned trousers before handing them in after the Christmas break.
Northway, James PC Hammersmith Injured on duty during afternoon shift and driven home by Millar and Trinkwon.
O'Donnell, John PS Hammersmith Section officer. Present with Bleakley and Dell at scene of crime after Henery discovered Quinn's body.
O'Hagan, Andrew PC Hammersmith CAD operator. Attended scene of crime and kept log of everybody entering Tank cell. Log missing.
Suthers, Julian DC Hammersmith Assisted prepare for murder investigation. Interviewed three prisoners about incident.
Swinburne, Philip DI Hammersmith Officer in case.
Trinkwon, Peter Anthony (?) PC Hammersmith First officer to deal with Quinn. Assisted Giles with arrest..
Weedon, John PC Hammersmith Exhibits officer for murder investigation.
Welsh, Emlyn PC Hammersmith PC Giles' partner.
Wheatley, Sharon DC Fulham Took immediate charge of the situation after Henery's discovery of Quinn's body.
Wright, Tom Supt Thames Valley Complaint investigation officer appointed by PCA.
Appendix 2 Chronology of events
1990
23 December Patrick Quinn arrested for being drunk and incapable.
24 December Malcolm Kennedy arrested for being drunk and incapable. Kennedy charged with Quinn's murder.
1991
2 September First trial starts at Old Bailey.
20 September Kennedy convicted of murder and sentenced to life imprisonment.
30 October Kennedy's letter of complaint following his murder conviction referred to the Police Complaints Authority.
1992
24 February Supt. Tom Wright of Thames Valley police commences PCA supervised investigation into Kennedy's complaint.
27 April World in Action programme, "Time to kill", broadcast.
20 May Kennedy's grounds of appeal against conviction lodged.
9 September PCA interim statement into Kennedy's complaint.
1993
8 February Kennedy's appeal against murder conviction commences at Court of Appeal.
19 February Court of appeal quashes Kennedy's conviction and orders a retrial. He is refused bail.
25 June Kennedy granted bail pending retrial.
6 September First retrial commences at Old Bailey.
20 September First retrial abandoned.
1994
21 February Second Old Bailey retrial commences. CPS informs defence PC Giles not giving evidence.
6 May Kennedy convicted of manslaughter and receives nine year prison sentence.
16 May Ex-sergeant Edward Henery fined £500 for contempt of court.
13 June Kennedy's grounds of appeal against conviction lodged.