including a short clip of Harwood's arrival, uninteresting except he attempts to cover some of his facial features by wearing sunglasses.
11.55am: Williams is now talking about a briefing given by a senior officer that lawful G20 protesters would be treated with "kid gloves" while those using violence would be treated with an "iron fist".
Williams said he did not believe the language was helpful, though he understood the meaning.
11.47am: Inspector Williams has accepted that officers who use force would be required to give detailed explanations and justifications of use of force in their EAB - Evidence and Actions Book.
While officers on the front line who repeatedly use force may give more general entries, Williams accepted that an officer (like Harwood) who was a van driver and only used force during a small time frame would have the incident "clearer in his mind".
11.41am: Williams said another officer - a Police Federation representative - told him Harwood had "taken ill" after coming to the conclusion it was him in the footage. He never returned to work.
The inspector is forced to accept that he tried to persuade Harwood that the officer in the footage was not him on the basis of an erroneous "rumour" that the officer was from Hackney.