UK: Anti-police brutality activists honour Mark Duggan in London

Protesters marched through the streets of Tottenham in North London on Friday, commemorating the sixth anniversary of the police killing of Mark Duggan. Unite Against Racism organiser Zack said that there had been «over 1,600 deaths in police custody or contact since 1990 and not one successful conviction even though a number of those cases were seen as unlawful. We want justice; we need that... Еще police are held to account.» Protesters marched chanting «No justice, no peace» and «Who are the murderers? The police are the murderers». The demonstration ended outside Tottenham Police station with a moment's silence and series of speeches. Duggan was a 29-year-old resident of Tottenham who was shot and killed by police on August 4th, 2011. This event has been widely seen as the catalyst for the 2011 England riots.

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