A public meeting with Grenfell Tower survivors descended into chaos as residents heckled the lead investigator into the tragedy.
Four weeks on from the devastating blaze, which destroyed the block of flats in Kensington , investigating officer Matt Bonner was questioned by locals at St Clement's Church.
On Wednesday (July 12) evening, as the senior police probe officer tried to explain where his staff were at with the investigation, residents became angry and upset and began to shout and heckle.
When Mr Bonner said he would "bring to justice those that are responsible - whoever that may be".
Mr Bonner went on to say the Grenfell Tower investigation is one of the largest outside of terrorism, to which residents shouted: "It is terrorism", "you didn't just burn down the tower, you murdered our friends, you murdered our families".
On Wednesday (July 12), police also released footage from inside the 24-storey building, showing officers climbing the fire escape.
A coroner has opened and adjourned 30 inquests related to the incident, all of which she has suspended while a public inquiry and criminal investigation are carried out.
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