Friday 21 August 2009

As further evidence of police cover-ups comes out, remember Sean Rigg tonight in Brixton

The Guardian has published the latest astonishing piece of evidence today into the death of Sean Rigg at Brixton Police Station, one year ago today.

It makes public a recording of Suzanne Wallace, a chief inspector who was in charge of the station, saying CCTV was working at the station and that recordings had been seized, including in the metal cage outside the station where Sean was imprisoned. This contradicts earlier claims by the Independent Police Complaints Commission, which said that only CCTV footage from inside the station was seized.

Join us to remember Sean from 5.30pm tonight, at the junction of Fairmount Road and Brixton Hill. Then on to rally at Brixton Police Station.

No more lies. No justice, no peace.

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