11th November 2004
An open letter to South Yorkshire Police, Doncaster East and Doncaster Central Primary Care Trusts – and the so-called ‘friends’ and ‘caring people – who surrounded the death of Ralph Winstanley
On the 11th hour of the 11th month, I was reflecting on the millions of people who died, during the wars of the 20th century and since, and wondering why they bothered.
Young men and women laid down their lives for democracy; for peace; for freedom.
The end result of this is the extremes of misery which still abound amongst the people who led the world in this fight.
We are left with a country where the old can be murdered in their beds and police turn a blind eye, when evidence is presented to them on a plate.
This shambles negates the terrible deaths of generations of people who fought to keep us safe.
Sitting in your eyrie, I do trust that you have found the time to reflect upon this? Though I doubt it very much.
Charlotte Peters Rock
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