Justice for Daz: March against police killing in Nuneaton, Saturday 29th July

Friends and family of Darren “Daz” Cumberbatch, a young black man who died after coming into contact with Nuneaton police, will be marching on Nuneaton police station at 1pm on Saturday 29th July.

They state:

1pm We meet outside Nuneaton Train Station

1.30pm we depart to Mclntyre House 125 Edward street, Nuneaton CV11 5RD

2pm We commence to Nuneaton Police station Vicarage street, CV11 4JU

We rally outside police station where family members will speak also local and national campaigners.

We demand the following:

We demand to know how our son and brother Darren Cumberbatch sustained multiple serious injuries after contact with the Police that lead to his death

We demand a swift open and transparent investigation.

We demand the immediate suspension of all officers involved in our son/brothers death

#Justice4Daz #JusticeOrElse4Daz

See the Justice4Daz page for more.

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