Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Two nights of rioting erupted in London after protests over the fatal shooting by police of a local man, Mark Duggan.

It is unfair and people feel powerless. It is just the claim. Life and not returned.

But as in every society, there are other calamities that relayed the lives of people.
The more than 170 people were arrested during two nights of rioting, arson and gutted shops, buildings and cars, many of which have nothing to do with a claim of justice.

Only one thing my grandmother taught me: the violence brings more violence.

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The source of these are the main newspapers in London. And some occasional photographer unknown.

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

Anger and barbarism in London

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