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ITV audiences struggle to watch devastating documentary about PC Harper’s tragic death

ITV audiences found it difficult to watch the devastating documentary about the tragic death of PC Andrew Harper, as his widow Lissie Harper shares her battle to get Harper’s Law passed.

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ITV audiences tried to watch tonight’s documentary about the death of PC Andrew Harper.

PC Harper sadly passed away in August 2019 at the age of 28, after he was fatally injured when he became entangled in a zipper attached to the back of a car. The killers fled the scene after stealing a quadbike in Sulhamstead, Berkshire.

The Killing of PC Harper: A Widow’s Fight for Justice explores the case in court, seeing 19-year-old Henry Long being sentenced to 16 years for his crimes, while Jessie Cole and Albert Bowers, both both 18 years old, imprisoned for 13 years. . They were cleared of murder, but convicted for the manslaughter of PC Harper.







Lissie and husband Andrew Harper were married just 4 weeks before his death
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The documentary also chronicles Lissie’s plight when she received Harper’s Law, which requires mandatory life sentences for killers of emergency services workers while they were committing crimes, to be made mainstream law. awake.

Those who watched the heartbreaking documentary found it difficult to watch, as they praised Lissie for her strength.

One viewer wrote on Twitter: ” #TheKillingofPCHarper Possibly the hardest documentary I’ve ever seen. Sometimes there’s justice and sometimes it’s just us”, as a second added: “What a watch #TheKillingOfPCHarper… credit to #LissieHarper I would have easily buried myself in grief but fought hard for justice #PCHarper. ”







Lissie has shared her fight for justice in a new documentary for ITV
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The third added: ” #thekillingofpcharper terrible, heartbreaking and vile. The courage, dignity and bravery of the wife contrasted with the cowardice of the monstrous thugs of low life. Rest in peace, PC Harper. Thank you for your service and courage. You will never be forgotten.”

“Extremely emotional to watch, what a sad loss for TVP and Lissie Harper. Such a disappointing verdict. Gray Lobster that Lissie fought for Harper’s rule of law for Andrew and every brave officer. others lost their lives RIP PC Harper #thekillingofpcharper“, shared a fourth person.

The fifth wrote: “Can’t watch #TheKillingofPCHarper Can’t help but choke back remembering we’ve lost a real-life hero who loves and cares deeply about his wife and family”, with the sixth sharing: “Everything about this is so sad. I can’t imagine the pain of marrying someone and having them cremated four weeks later. Nor can I imagine the horrible death he suffered. Just horrible. #TheKillingOfPCHarper. ”







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Lissie shared about her own pain
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She said: “The documentary is something I’ve watched over and over again as to whether I should do it or not. But I felt that it was important to show people the process of the campaign, the change of law and the rationale behind it. I want to do it.

“I think that’s what gives you the motivation to keep going, because I keep hearing that, ‘keep going, keep going, you’re doing the right thing, we need this.’ That helps. very helpful.”

Speaking of her own grief, she added: “A lot of people talk about moving on. But you can never move on from sadness, it’s always with you. It’s something you learn to deal with. deputy.”

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