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Vigil Against Hate Crimes

By Nicolas Chinardet Last edited 91 months ago
Vigil Against Hate Crimes

candel.jpg A silent candle-lit vigil will be taking place in Trafalgar Square on 30 October between 8 and 10pm. Although the event is about people registering their dislike of all forms of hate crime, it is being organised following the recent homophobic attack that took place on the Square on 25 September. The victim, 62 year-old Ian Baynham, who had been out celebrating the start of a new job, died this week. The Police are still looking for three teens, including two blonde girls. The organisers of the vigil have set up a Facebook group for the event.

Last Updated 16 October 2009