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June 2016

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Solidarity for Victims of Torture

Trafalgar Square, Sun 26 Jun 2016

  

 
 The vigil took place in front of the National Gallery

 With protesters from the London Guantanamo campaign

 'Torture victims need Rehabilitation' was one of the messages

 and 'Support Life after Torture' another

 The protesters demand that Guantanamo - where every prisoner was tortured, and those still held still suffer

 must be closed. Some of the posters were from the 'Save Shaker Aamer Campaign' with people from that

 

 still protesting because other prisoners are still held there even though Shaker Aamer has been released

 One of the shirts on the 'washing line' was a 'Save Shaker Aamer' shirt, thugh the fake blook didn't show up

 very well on the bright orange.

 With the washing line came the message 'Don't Hang Torture Victims Out To Dry'

 

 

 

 
 
 

 

 

 
      
 

 

 

 

There was considerable interest shown in the protest and people took flyers and asked questions about the protest 

and came to show their support 

 

 

 
   

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