source: The Voice Online
published: 20 July 2014
The determined sister of Kingsley Burrell led a protest outside Birmingham’s offices for the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) in her long campaign to find out who is responsible for her brother’s death.
Kadisha Brown-Burrell says she will never give up fighting for justice for her 29-year-old brother who died in March 2011 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QE) following contact with police.
Last month the CPS announced there was “insufficient evidence” to prosecute four police officers and six NHS staff who were involved in treating or caring for Kingsley in the days and hours before he died.
Kingsley died three days after dialling 999 for police help because he felt he was about to be attacked by a gang while he was out walking with his young son. He was transferred to a mental health unit and then the QE before he died.