The sister of former paratrooper Christopher Alder who died in police custody 20 years ago says she “absolutely loves” a new graffiti tribute. The artwork is by well known Hull graffiti artist Preston Fox.
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The Daily Star Sunday revealed “crucial” evidence surrounding Christopher Alder’s death in 1998 was not aired during a trial of five police officers which collapsed in 2002. Nick Hardwick, who headed a police watchdog inquiry four years later, said he was unaware of it and that “it should be checked out”.
Three mortuary managers could face prosecution after missing 10 chances to realise they had given the family of a paratrooper who died in custody the wrong body for burial. Christopher Alder’s relatives unwittingly buried the body of a 77-year-old woman in 2000.
Christopher Alder, 37, choked to death while handcuffed and lying on the floor of a police station in Hull, in the early hours of April 1 1998. It now appears a Hull pensioner of Nigerian descent, Grace Kamara, was buried in his place in 2000.
In October 2020 the United Families and Friends Campaign (UFFC) annual protest & rally moved online with a powerful video tribute that remembered the victims and heard from some of the families affected.
source: 4WardEverUK published: 1 November 2020 In October 2020 the United Families and Friends Campaign (UFFC) 22nd annual protest and rally moved online with a powerful video tribute that remembered the victims and heard from some of the families affected. UFFC extended their thanks to Ken Fero of Migrant Media […]
UFFC 22nd Annual memorial held online … click image to see Flickr Galleries from 4WardEverUK Watch the 2020 memorial film here > UFFC extended their thanks to Ken Fero of Migrant Media for compiling the film. It will remain online permanently for viewing at any time. To contact us Click Here […]
Due to Covid restrictions UFFC will be holding this years 22nd annual memorial event online. All families are requested to submit a two-minute clip of the story of their loved ones to shared in an online collage on 31 October.