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In memory

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Instead of remembering some drug-addled career criminal from America (three days time), perhaps more emphasis should be put on British dead like those who died in Manchester, which also happened on today's date and Lee Rigby.
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RIP Drummer boy.
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Agree 100% Bristle. Though I don't understand why we take the knee and embrace BLM after a police officer murdered a black man in America when the same happened to Dalian Atkinson and nobody did anything
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So true
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DaveLister wrote: 05 Jun 2021, 20:01 I don't understand why we take the knee and embrace BLM after a police officer murdered a black man in America when the same happened to Dalian Atkinson and nobody did anything
There are and have been lots of black people murdered with no outrage from the public. Including Australian aborigines.
But, it's all changing.
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