“Tribute to Notting Hill race hate victim”
posted by Tippa Naphtali
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Stanley Cochrane is 75 sena. He came to Britain for the first time last year, not as a tourist, but to discover who murdered his brother almost 50 snin ilu. On 17th May 1959, Kelso Cochrane, a 32-year-old carpenter from Antigua, was killed by a group of white youths in Notting Hill Gate. No one was ever convicted.
“F'Marzu 2003 I awoke from a disturbing dream about my brother,” says Stanley. “From that moment I couldn’t shake his face from my mind. “He kept coming back in my dreams. I decided I had to do something.”
Stanley wrote to the then Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir John Stevens, asking for his brother’s murder to be re-investigated. They replied there was no new forensic evidence to re-open the case.
Three years on, and not satisfied with the police response, he decided to see what he could find out for himself.
Above all, he wanted to know why his brother Kelso was killed. Was it robbery or racially motivated? Was it both?
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Remembering Kelso Cochrane
(IRR News – 7ta 'Mejju 2009)
Kelso Cochrane, an immigrant from Antigua, was murdered in Notting Hill by a gang of White men as he walked home from a local hospital after receiving treatment for an injury he had sustained in his work as a carpenter. Kelso was stabbed and later died in hospital.
Who killed my brother?
(Searchlight – Mejju 2006)
The murder of Kelso Cochrane on Saturday 17 Mejju 1959 became one of the most significant moments in the history of racism in Britain. Stabbed to death by a gang of racist white youths, Cochrane was killed in a strikingly similar way to Stephen Lawrence in 1993.
Kelso Cochrane Honoured With A Blue Plaque
(ItzCaribbean.com – mhux magħrufa data)
50 years to the day, after the violent murder of North Kensington resident Kelso Cochrane, the Nubian Jak Community Trust is to install a Blue Plaque at the Grove Inn Restaurant & Bar, on the corner of Golborne Road and Southam Street, W10.
Kelso Cochrane murder: 50th anniversary
(Golborne Life – mhux magħrufa data)
The fiftieth anniversary of the tragic murder of Kelso Cochrane on Southam Street, just off Golborne Road, is to be marked by the unveiling of a commemorative Blue Plaque on Sunday May 17th.