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Sweet & sour: Campaign for justice for blacks.

Byline: Julian Goss

I WRITE in response to your story about the case of by Stephen Forde (Echo, July 4).

Back in 1992 we (black and white activists working in harmony) found ourselves campaigning for justice.

Five black men from Butetown were arrested for murdering Lynette White.

South Wales Police issued a TV identikit picture of a white suspect, who had been seen at the crime scene covered in blood.

Eventually three black men, Yusuf Abdullahi, Tony Paris and Steven Miller, were jailed for life for a murder they clearly had nothing to do with.

The ``Cardiff Three'' were justifiably released.

My worry is, how many more black men must be humiliated?

Julian Goss Secretary Welsh Socialist Alliance, PO Box 369,Cardiff
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Jul 9, 2002
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