19 December 2014
"The lengths to which the judge in the Jimmy Mubenga trial went – using restrictive powers – to ensure that the jury heard nothing about the grossly racist texts sent and received by two of the three G4S guards on trial for manslaughter, makes me feel that we have come full circle since the 1980s, and have to start that battle all over again, to bring the reality of racism back into the courtroom."
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