Manchester: Distrust of police action persists after attack

Some locals accuse the police of ignoring concerns raised about some of the suspects before the attack happened.

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    British police have arrested more than 10 people as part of the investigation into a bombing last week in Manchester that killed 22 people and injured dozens.

     

    But some locals accuse the police of ignoring concerns raised about some of the suspects before the attack happened.

     

    Al Jazeera's Rob Matheson reports from Manchester on residents' distrust that police will take action if they voice concerns again.


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