Piers Morgan, who was presenting Good Morning Britain alongside Susanna Reid was "outraged" when the conversation turned to talking about two of the officers who disarmed Sudesh Amman after he stabbed two bystanders on Streatham High Street last month. Viewers saw Piers clash with Leroy Logan, a retired Police Superintendent about the investigation.
Piers said: “The police, they had no idea what they were racing into, they risked their lives to save the lives of other people in this country.
“And, because of an accident they are being pushed and the fact that they are being punished is ridiculous.”
Leroy replied: “Well, if you see it as a punishment then that is your opinion.”
Piers interrupted: “Do you think its punishment? Two people on their way to a terror attack?”
Leroy continued: “It’s not clear so an investigation is taking place, they will look at GPS data and dashcam footage and of course witness statements on how that accident happened.”
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GMB: Piers Morgan was outraged by Leroy Logan this morning over a debate about police conduct (Image: ITV)
GMB: Piers and Susanna's guests clashed on the morning show 'Don't put words in my mouth' (Image: ITV)
“Yes there is an investigation and I am one of the outraged," Piers remarked and Peter Blecksley then spoke about his own similar experience when serving in the force: "When I was working, I was driving a high powered car and collided with a car.
“I got out and apologised and I was cautioned. A month later I was found guilty and fined.
“The judge didn’t take my license away and I wasn’t suspended, they understood the work I was doing and even thanked me for it. I was allowed to get on with the job of catching villains," he added.
GMB: Piers was furious that Leroy believed that the police suspension was justified (Image: