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Class War return to Ripper "Museum"

London. Sat 14 Oct 2017



 Class War prepare to march to the Ripper "museum' - a tacky tourist trap in a shop on Cable St that was only given

 planning permission by claiming to be a museum about women's struggles in the East End.

 They march behind the Womens Death Brigade banner

 

 

 Jane NIcholl opens the door of the shop, hammer in hand

 but she is pushed out and the door firmly closed

 People batter the facade with the inflatable hammers

 

 Police arrive and suggest they should protest further away from the shop

 

 

 perhaps on the other side of the road

 but the protesters don't think that is a good idea and stay where they are

 

 

 

 'Women Deserve A Mueseum - The Ripper Deserves TO ROT' (sic)

 

 A man pushes his way into the shop past one of the protesters

 

 A woman comes out of the shop and holds the banner as she speaks on the phone

 People from the shop talk with the police


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