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No Justice - video of deaths in custody march

R2R (real2reel) | 06.12.2006 10:28 | Anti-racism | Health | Repression | Social Struggles | London

Every year for the last nine years, on the last saturday of October, there has been a gathering in London of the friends and family of those who have been killed while in the custody of the state and it's employees....

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This video follows the 2006 march, starting with slow silent procession from Trafalgar Square down Whitehall and becoming a noisy demo on reaching Downing Street. A list naming over 1,200 people killed in custody in the UK was handed in to number 10 and flowers were laid outside Downing Street while people told their own personal stories of the loss of their loved ones at the hands of the authorities. The police kept a low profile throughout the demonstration which ended up at Parliament Square where the placards containing the names of about 150 of those killed were placed facing parliament.


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  • title: No Justice
  • author: Real2Reel
  • runtime: 19 mins
  • file size: ~45mb
  • video codec: H264
  • resolution: 352 x 288 (25fps)
  • quality: sceenable
  • license: creativecommons, non commercial, share-alike
  • notes: contains copyright music, contact real2reel for version without

Call out for the annual march

Real2Reel photos from the day
Marc Vallée's photos from the day

Report/photos from fast years march

Similar event in Ireland
Part 1
Part 2

Previous newswire articles

Homepages of just a few family campaigns

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06.12.2006 11:56

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