A Yellow Vest protest has kicked off on the streets of Manchester, London, Sheffield
It appears the yellow vest protesters are on the streets for a number of issues, the main of those being Fighting for Justice a campaign that was established in response to the killings of three innocent teenagers: George Wilkinson, Josh McGuinness
Jaynesh Chudasama, 28, was jailed for 13 years for running over the three teenage boys as they walked to a party in west London in January this year, however, the attack was suspiciously not classed as an act of murder or the possibility of terror looked into.
Chudasama was not charged with any counts of murder but instead plead guilty to three counts of causing death by dangerous driving and was handed a 13 year jail sentence and disqualified him from driving for 13 years and six months.
Now in a move that has left the families of the boys and their supporters disgusted Chudasama has had his sentence REDUCED from 13 to 10 years due to what was described as a ‘technicality’ in chaotic scenes at court.
The yellow vests also appear to be out in strong support for Brexit, they want to see all ties cut with the European Union in a political sense with vests spotted saying ‘Brexit means Exit.’ & ‘we want out country back.’ attendants of the rally chated ‘WE WANT BREXIT’ WHILE PATRIOTIC MUSIC BLASTED.
It appears there is around 50 Yellow vest Protesters in Manchester with a huge police presence on the streets.
Meanwhile in London the demonstrators assembled at the London Eye then made their way across Westminster Bridge and have started a sit down outside Parliament.
Tense scenes have started as the Police appear to be moving in heavy handed with some of the Yellow Vests describing them as ‘stormtroopers’. Numbers of protestors also appear to have grown significantly on previous demos.
More to follow….
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