Around 150 people have gathered in Dalston, to mount a protest about Rashan Charles’ death in police custody

”On Monday campaigners chanted “no justice, no peace” outside east London’s Stoke Newington Police Station as they waved Black Lives Matter banners and called for justice for Mr Charles.”

The crowd, which was made up of people from different races and ages, listened to speeches about alleged police brutality as uniformed officers looked on.”
http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/834392/rashan-charles-death-hackney-protest-met-police-kingsland-road

GW: ”Black Lives Matter” is a George SoreAss operation and should not be given oxygen. The only reason SoreAss has funded it is to create division and hatred. It is not there to fix social problems we are experiencing.  Haven’t these people noticed the increasing lawlessness developing in the UK? Black on Black knifings because of gang feuds. Drug dealers making peoples lives a misery? I am afraid that mounting a demo outside a police station in Stoke Newington is a stupid gesture and does not address any of the problems the UK is facing at the moment!  With these false protests inevitably shop windows get smashed.  What’s the point of that?  Harming your own community.  That’s not clever.

Witton rape: Police arrest two men after teenage girl raped twice in Birmingham

”TWO men have been arrested by police investigating two separate rapes of a 14-year-old girl in Birmingham.”
http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/834504/witton-train-station-rape-birmingham-cctv-aston-villa-teenage-girl-police-arrest

GW:  Rape victims matter as well and that is what the police have to do – arrest the perps and charge them so they don’t do it again!  And the drug dealers and the knife crime sods and so on!  Have your protest but know that a lot of this stuff is the responsibility of your own community.  Perhaps it is them you should be talking to.

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