UFFC annual remembrance procession
Trafalgar Square, London. Sat 28 Oct 2017
'Police Spies OUT of LIVES'
Stand Up to Racism banner - those who die at the hands of police are
disproportinally black young men
Ajibola Lewis, the mother of Olaseni Lewis, killed in 2010
Carlington Spencer a 38-year-old Jamaican immigration detainee died
in Morton Hall immigration removal centre in Lincoln.
He was the third to die in immigration detention in a month
Mohammed Yassar Yaqub was shot dead by police on the M62 in January
in what his family claim was a planned assassination
Barry Wilson, whose step-daughter Rebecca Overy was found hanged after
her transfer to an adult secure hospital in 2013
He and Rebecca's mother are campaigning for a law to ensure effective
transition when children are moved to adult mental health units.
An uncle of Jason McPherson, killed by police in custody in Notting
Hill Police Station in 2007
Police officers lied about the death of Kingsley Burrell bul were
found not guilty of committing perjury
The inquest gave a damning narrative verdict of neglect against West
Midlands Police, West Midlands Ambulance
Service, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
and the NHS
Sean Rigg was killed in Brixton Police Station in 2008
Police listens to a man making a complaint against some of the protesters
But the protesters tell the police officer not to be silly
Marcia Rigg and Zita Holbourne
People line up ready to march
London Against Police Violence
and Marcia Rigg introduces two French campaigners
who face similar problems with the French police killing people and
not facing justice
Truth and justice for Wissam El Yamni, killed by French police in
CLermont Ferrand in 2012
Marcia poses for a photo with the two French campaigners
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