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Lennox France and others, 9 August 1970 | by The National Archives UK
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Lennox France and others, 9 August 1970

Catalogue reference: MEPO 31/21 (A25)


PC Pulley in his witness statement claimed that the banners showed violent intent because they read ‘kill the pigs’, ‘slavery is still here’ and ‘the pigs are gonna get your mama’, however the photographs only showed signs saying ‘hands off us pigs’, ‘black power is gonna get your mama’ and ‘slavery is still alive’.


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