A riot police officer attempts to break down the door of a house next to a burning car as he is targeted by rioters after local residents claimed a baby was still in the property in Clarence Road in the borough of Hackney, London, on Aug. 8, 2011. Sporadic looting and clashes with police continued for a third day in parts of the capital after the killing of the 29-year-old father of four, Mark Duggan, by armed police in an attempted arrest on August 4. Photographer: Dan Istitene/Getty Images

A riot police officer attempts to break down the door of a house next to a burning car as he is targeted by rioters after local residents claimed a baby was still in the property in Clarence Road in the borough of Hackney, London, on Aug. 8, 2011. Sporadic looting and clashes with police continued for a third day in parts of the capital after the killing of the 29-year-old father of four, Mark Duggan, by armed police in an attempted arrest on August 4. Photographer: Dan Istitene/Getty Images

London Riots

House Call
House Call

A riot police officer attempts to break down the door of a house next to a burning car as he is targeted by rioters after local residents claimed a baby was still in the property in Clarence Road in the borough of Hackney, London, on Aug. 8, 2011. Sporadic looting and clashes with police continued for a third day in parts of the capital after the killing of the 29-year-old father of four, Mark Duggan, by armed police in an attempted arrest on August 4. Photographer: Dan Istitene/Getty Images

Clean Up
Clean Up

Burnt out cars are removed from a residential street in Hackney on Aug. 9, 2011 in London. Emergency services have been cleaning up after a third night of rioting in and around London and other areas of England. Photographer: Matt Cardy/Getty Images

Big Guns
Big Guns

British Prime Minister David Cameron, right, speaks to Acting Borough Commander Police Superintendent Jo Oakley in Croydon, south of London, on Aug. 9, 2011, where he saw damage to shops and residences carried out by rioters on Monday night. Smouldering parts of London resembled a war zone on Tuesday after a third night of violence with shops looted, century-old businesses burned to the ground and streets littered with barricades. Photographer: Pool

Shattered
Shattered

A chair is left embedded in a restaurant window in Haven Green following a night of rioting in the borough of Ealing, London on Aug. 9, 2011. Sporadic looting, arson and clashes with police continued for a third day in parts of the capital, as well as in Liverpool, Birmingham and Bristol. Photographer: Jim Dyson/Getty Images

Reeves Corner
Reeves Corner

A police officer stands by the burnt remains of Reeves Corner furniture store on Aug. 9, 2011 in Croydon, England. Emergency services have been cleaning up after a third night of rioting in and around London and other areas of England. Photographer: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

Looting in London
Looting in London

A shopkeeper looks through a broken window of his shop in Brixton on Aug. 8, 2011. Police said they had arrested 100 people in a second night of rioting in London, condemning it as "copycat" disorder following weekend unrest sparked by the death of a man in a police shooting. As violence which rocked Tottenham on Saturday spread to other districts of the capital, doubts emerged over the original version of the shooting of 29-year-old Mark Duggan, with suggestions that officers were not under attack when they opened fire. Photographer: Ben Stansall/AFP/Getty Images

Arrest
Arrest
British police officers arrest a man as rioters gathered in Croydon, south London, Monday, Aug. 8, 2011. Violence and looting spread across some of London's most impoverished neighborhoods on Monday, with youths setting fire to shops and vehicles, during a third day of rioting in the city that will host next summer's Olympic Games. Photographer: Sang Tan/AP
London is Burning
London is Burning

Firefighters battle a large fire that broke out in shops and residential properties in Croydon on Aug. 9, 2011. Sporadic looting and clashes with police continue for a third day in parts of the capital after the killing of the 29-year-old father of four Mark Duggan by armed police in an attempted arrest on August 4. Photographer: Dan Kitwood/Getty Images

Looters Arrested
Looters Arrested

Police arrest a man for looting in Clapham Junction in south London, Monday, Aug. 8, 2011. Violence and looting spread across some of London's most impoverished neighborhoods on Monday, with youths setting fire to shops and vehicles. 69 people have been charged, according to police. Photographer: Simon Dawson/AP

Rioters
Rioters

A rioter throws a burning wooden plank at police in Tottenham, north London on Sunday Aug. 7, 2011, after members of a community, where a young man was shot dead by police, took to the streets to demand "justice." Photographer: Lewis Whyld/PA/AP

Setting off sparks
Setting off sparks

A British riot policeman walks past a burning 140 year old furniture store in Croydon, South London on Aug. 8, 2011. Now in its third night of unrest, London has seen sporadic outbreaks of looting and clashes both north and south of the river Thames. Numerous buildings were set on fire in Croydon as hundreds of looters plundered high street shops of their goods. Photographer: Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images

Putting out the Fire
Putting out the Fire

Fire fighters attempt to put out a blaze in a building in Tottenham, north London on Aug. 7, 2011. A demonstration against the death of a local man turned violent and cars and shops were set ablaze. Photographer: Lewis Whyld/PA/AP

Looting a Jeweller's Shop
Looting a Jeweller's Shop

People try to kick in the window of a jeweller's shop near the Bullring shopping center in Birmingham, central England, as violence spread on Monday, Aug. 8, 2011. Photographer: David Jones/PA/AP

Police Standing Guard
Police Standing Guard

A policeman in riot gear stands guard in Tottenham, north London on Sunday Aug. 7, 2011. Photographer: Lewis Whyld/PA/AP