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Britain's 'harest cop' relives machete attack as handyman convicted

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Britain's 'harest cop' relives machete attack as handyman convicted

Britain's 'harest cop' relives machete attack as handyman convicted

"Britain's hardest cop" has told how he survived a ferocious machete attack in the line of duty as a handyman with a violent past was convicted of wounding him.

Pc Stuart Outten, 29, suffered six blows to the head from a 2ft long blade after stopping Muhammad Rodwan's white van for having no insurance in Leyton, east London, on the evening of August 7 last year.

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