Norwich joins in with the rest of the country for Duggan protest

Norwich. Picture: Denise Bradley

Norwich. Picture: Denise Bradley - Credit: copyright: Archant 2013

A peaceful vigil will be held in the city tomorrow to protest at the 'perverse and unbelievable' verdict of lawful killing over the death of Mark Duggan.

Norwich will be joining other cities across the country and activists from Norfolk People's Assembly and We Are Norwich will be at the Haymarket in the city centre for the vigil starting at 3pm and finishing outside Bethel Police Station with candles at 6pm.

The vigils are being led by members of the Duggan family who are holding theirs outside Tottenham police station, in North London, on the same day.

The family said they want to share a moment with the community to show the rest of England how they feel about the 'perverse' verdict.

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