>Film: United Campaign Against Police Violence


Film: United Campaign Against Police Violence

Saturday 23 May 2009: The United Campaign Against Police Violence marched from Trafalgar Square to New Scotland Yard (NSY). The campaign, initiated after the scenes around London’s financial district during the G20 protests and the death of newspaper seller Ian Tomlinson, who was struck down by a Met TSG riot officer.

The protest surrounded London’s central police station, read out the names of those who died in police custody and released black balloons to comemorate the dead. The family of Sean Rigg attended and spoke at the rally outside NSY.

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