Instead of this his mother Sonia Webster and family, who live in Ladywood Ward have been fighting for Justice for the past 5 years, without much Political support which could have made a difference with them obtaining closure at an early stage.
The real help has been through unpaid Community Members such as Maxie Hayles, Cannon Street Baptist Church's Bryan Scott and I joined the campaign 12 months ago, alongside a few others.
Ladywood Ward has 3 high profile Councillors and indeed a Local MP, which we the lobbied the MP and a letter was written to the Home Secretary, however, what is the cost and importance of a human life. This family needed help and despite their requests, if it were not for activists, where would they be today.
The fact is in this case, the CPS decision not to prosecute the door staff, has been scheduled for Judicial Review and will take place on Tuesday 13th May 2014 at Birmingham Civil Justice Centre Bull Street Birmingham.
Although it is said that Justice is for all, some have to fight harder to obtain it. We must question this issue and also at the same time highlight the contribution of Activists who support familys like the Webster's when those in positions of power and influence apparently abandon them.
I spoke at the Memorial event last night at Soho Community Hall and highlighted the integrity Sonia & Family have shown throughout their struggle.
Please support this family on 13th May by attending the Courts and ensuring that Justice for Julian Webster and his family is commenced.