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Or bullies in blue attacks young boy

On 10th December 2020 there seems to have been an incident in West Green Road near Park View School. Cops stop a 16-year-old boy and footage shows the cops not only holding the boy but then while they are restraining him, punching him in the face. Luckily a quick minded bystander videoed it

Check out the footage here -

And obviously plod on the streets think they can get away with murder when their bossed (this time Detective Superintendent Treena Fleming) come out with statements like "I am aware of videos circulating on social media showing part of the incident and we are working to establish the full circumstances of what occurred. "A criminal investigation is under way to ascertain how the officers received their injuries and welfare support is being provided to them.” what about the injuries and welfare support for 16 year old who was brutalised by a grown man in a uniform? God, these people know they are above the law!!

Friends and family called a demo to start at Park View school at 2pm the next day. Some of us from Haringey Solidarity Group went along in solidarity. About 100 or so, mainly young black people, took the streets in a lively protest which ended on the steps of Tottenham cop shop.


Earlier this year, a member of Haringey Solidarity Group and Kurdistan Anarchists Forum spent two weeks in Syrian Kurdistan. Here he writes about his experiences and considers the attempts at self-government in the region against the background of the Syrian civil war and rise of Islamic State.



Monday 4th August 2014

Join us on for a peaceful remembrance vigil on the third anniversary of Mark's death. Mark's family are still fighting for justice and they need your support. There will be a meet up at 5pm outside Tangmere House on Broadwater Farm, to make our way to the spot on Ferry Lane where Mark was shot, for 6pm .

Directions: Tube & Train stop Tottenham Hale - Buses 41, 123, 192, 230 , W4


Haringey Solidarity with Taksim SquareDespite a police ban, more than 2000 protestors marched to Wood Green in north London on Saturday night as news was coming in of massive repression in Istanbul.


Guantanamo 10 yearsAs friends gather in Washington D.C. to demand the closure of Guantanamo, we take to the streets in Haringey

This morning, 11 January, on the 10th anniversary of the opening of Guantanamo, folks from Veterans for Peace, No Borders, Haringey Solidarity Group and Giuseppe Conlon Catholic Worker House gathered in Turnpike Lane, Haringey to demand the immediate closure of Guantanamo and other US gulags.

Our gathering included three former prisoners and a British veteran of the wars on Iraq and Afghanistan.  We made a specific call for the release of Londoner Shaker Aamer.