US Embassy, London. Sun 17 Aug 2014
Carole Duggan, the aunt of Mark Duggan, unarmed and surrendering to police when they shot him
in Ferry Lane, Tottenham, with the banner designed by his children - in front of the US embassy
The solidarity protest was called by 'London Black Revs'
London Anti-fascists at the vigil
Rain pours down, and people shelter under the overhanging roofs of the two lodges outside the embassy fence
While the speakers stood in pouring rain, under an umbrella
and a small group sheltered under their own umbrella
Raised fist salutes at the end of one speech
And people hold their hands up - as did Michael Brown, Mark Duggan and others when they faced armed police
'Don't Shoot' they shoult - but the police did
Carole Duggan speaks powerfully about the murder of her nephew
and ends with a raised fist salute and a should of solidarity
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