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Families march for Mark Duggan, three years after his killing

by Jenny Sutton
Issue No. 2415

Carole Duggan, Marcia Rigg and others on the march on Monday

Carole Duggan, Marcia Rigg and others on the march on Monday (Pic: Guy Smallman)


Several hundred people marched through Tottenham, north London, to remember Mark Duggan on the third anniversary of his death on Monday of this week.

They marched to the spot where he was shot and killed by police in 2011.

The families of Sean Rigg, Kingsley Burrell, Joy Gardner, Azelle Rodney and Christopher Alder marched with the Duggan family. So did one of the Tottenham Three, Winston Silcott. 

Mark’s aunt Carole Duggan appealed for anyone who witnessed Mark’s killing to phone the campaign witness hotline 07852 247 038. 

She announced that an educational trust will be set up in Mark’s name to support children and young people in Tottenham.


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