Friday, June 1, 2012

Important Community Meeting - Saturday 2nd June in London

Please circulate widely
Warmest greetings sisters and brothers.
Below and attached is the information for this Saturday's meeting featuring Janet Alder – sister of police murdered British soldier - Christopher Alder.
Regards
Omowale
Secretary of the PASCF

Every week another person dies in custody

After the injustice of former British soldier Christopher Alder's death in custody at Queen's Gardens Police Station in Hull on 1st April 1998 the verdict in 2000 was 'unlawful killing'. The shocking revelation that Grace Kamara-Erhunmwense was buried in place of Christopher in November 2000 is yet another injustice for the Alder family to deal with. We all have a duty to right these miscarriages of justice.


Come and hear about this and other tragic cases of Afrikan people murdered in police custody. We will be updated by family members. We will then address our minds to how we can help these families and all of the others achieve justice.


Speakers: Janet Alder (Christopher Alder Campaign), Christine Omonegie (Grace Kamara-Erhunmwense Campaign), Rupert Sylvester (Roger Sylvester Campaign), Marcia Rigg (UFFC), WASP speaker, Youth Speaker (MGNG), Brother Omowale (PASCF).


Saturday 2nd June 2012 (4pm to 8pm)

West Indian Association of Service Personnel

Clapham Manor Road

London SW4 6DB
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