source: Defend the Right to Protest
published: 26 October 2014
The 16th Annual United Families and Friends Campaign memorial march saw a noticeably larger crowd than last year attend the commemorative procession down from Trafalgar Square to outside 10 Downing Street.
Families and friends of some of the thousands of people killed in police custody, prison, psychiatric units and asylum and immigration centres gathered alongside supporters, students, activists, trade union representatives and concerned members of the public to voice their anger, sadness and frustration with the lack of justice received by the families of those murdered by the state.
Many wearing black, marchers carried banners bearing the names of individuals killed by the state, alongside those of various supportive campaigns.
Britons protest deaths in police custody in London
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