Monday, 11 March 2013
OSCOTT RESIDENT FIGHTS FOR JUSTICE
Campaigners calling for a new investigation into the Birmingham pub bombings have Asked city council leader Sir Albert Bore to back them.
The Justice4the21 group want the Labour council Leader to push for a fresh examination of the 1974 outrage, in which 21 people were killed.
Oscott Resident, Campaign leader Julie Hambleton, whose 18-year-old sister Maxine was among the dead, bumped into Sir Albert at the Council House after turning up to hand deliver a letter to his office.
Along with Councillors Tristan Chatfield and Barbara Dring I have also asked Sir Albert to do what he can to help#.
Julie and the campaign for The Justice4the21 campaign are raising a petition on the subject on the Government’s epetition website.