Police Fined Britons Paying Respects at Terror Attack Memorial

Police Fined Britons Paying Respects at Terror Attack Memorial


An English police force fined six people for taking part in a memorial to the 21 Britons killed in the 1974 IRA terror attack in Birmingham.

The JUSTICE4the21 campaign took part in a convoy on November 21st, 2020, for the 46th anniversary of the Birmingham Pub Bombings to remember the IRA terror attacks at The Mulberry Bush and The Tavern In The Town bars which claimed 21 lives and resulted in the injury of over 200 others. Hundreds of people took part in the convoy, which organisers said would abide by social distancing rules.

A spokesman for the law firm representing J4the21 said in a statement, reported by BirminghamLive on Thursday, that after the Convoy of Remembrance terminated outside of the West Midlands Police Headquarters, Lloyd House, some people began to gather. One of the campaigners, Julie Hambleton, “went to the small gathering who were wearing masks and distancing appropriately, to assist in

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