Only activists support the families in the long run, but, what are the Politicians doing to hold those in authority in these matters to account.
How many more times are we to hear Justice delayed is Justice denied, or in some of these cases Justice never coming.
Injustices within our communities are on the increase.
We have this case, next week is the Judicial Review in the Julian Webster case for the CPS to charge to bouncers that restrained him in a head lock where he died that's on Tuesday 13th May at Birmingham High Court Bull Street, also Kingsley Burrell who died whilst in custody back in 2011 for which there are no answers as yet from the IPCC. There is a demonstration on 31st May from Holyhead Road Handsworth to Lloyd House.
We have the incident on Dudley Road, The Webster’s live off Icknield Port Road and Kingsley Burrell was detained on Icknield Port Road and so far no one held accountable.
Why are the People of the surrounding area of Ladywood not getting Justice?
What are politicians doing to address this?
Why is all the works always left to activists?
The names above what is the common factor between all of them? Is it not obvious?
It's time the whole BME Community unite for change lets support each other and work together that's the only way, despite Tariq being hailed a hero, his treatment in his quest for Justice has been just the same as many of the other cases mentioned, “non existent”.
We must now stand together as to some justice is blind.
We must fight to break the shackles of oppression and fight for equality in our Justice system.
We need representatives that will fight for us and put our needs first.
I’m standing for election in Ladywood for Councillor let's begin the change and join the campaign May 22nd is around the corner and we need to make it count and say no more. www.des4ladywood.co.uk