Hundreds of persons marched Saturday to London in homage to the dead pass the 1st April outside the demonstrations against the summit of the G20, shortly after having been thrown to the ground by a suspended policeman since.
Clothed of black one, the showing marched in day environment to the Bank of England, not far from the place where Ian Tomlinson, 47 years, had collapsed victim of a cardiac crisis, according to the results of his autopsy.
The newspaper salesman, that did not participate in the demonstrations anti-G20, returned at his place on foot, the hands in the pockets, when a policeman anti-riots violently pushed it the back way, provoking his fall, showed since video pictures that did the media turn.
Witnesses do equally state of blows of batons. The forty-year one was terraced some minutes later by a cardiac crisis.
A policeman was suspended and an investigation was opened by the IPCC (independent Commission of the complaints against the police). Nobody knows what will happen but it is though the the police officer will be sacked from duty and
Bundles of flowers were deposited to the place where Mr. Tomlinson died. And many people have visited to mourn his passing. It is hoped an incident like this doesn’t happen again in any protest in England in the ocming month or years.
Apart from the death the G20 summit was thought after as a success with world leader completing the task of discussing ways to stop the planet going into an even bigger global recession.