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And yet if I were braver and lived in Manchester I'd want to deface it too. Of course it matters what kind of person he was. There is a huge difference between recognising and acknowledging his death was unlawful and being so upsucky to the black community that you have to ignore his criminal doings and paint him on a wall to fawn over.
16:11 Sat 27th Feb 2021
I don't know, maybe he had distant relatives in Moss Side?
Because he had to swallow his stash. White people can safely flaunt their drugs and privilege.
As long as there are people who take the opportunity, when there's a report of somebody urinating on the mural or painting the N-word across it, to question why it's there in the first place, it confirms the ongoing purpose of the mural.
Ellipsis // it confirms the ongoing purpose of the mural.//
Which is?
Not unique, these mindless thugs also delight on urinating on war memorials as well but until an example is made of them, it will continue
this is why we won't see labour in power for a long time, Labour councillor supporting a drug dealing violent criminal, i wonder how many taggers have been caught with this cctv

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Ellipsis // it confirms the ongoing purpose of the mural.//
Which is?


Same question, Ellipsis.

War memorials and a pic of a thug career criminal...is that a serious comparison, Bobbi?
Interesting that you class the defacer of the mural as a thug...what evidence do you have of that, Bobbi?
Manchester had its own "I can't breathe" incident 4 years before George Floyd succumbed to the machinations of Minneapolis's finest. Jack Barnes isn't commemorated in Manc, or anywhere else though.

just sayin'........
He was obviously the wrong colour of trash.
The purpose of the memorial is to acknowledge and mourn the fact that he was unjustly killed. It doesn't really matter what kind of person he was...
I'd call a defacer of anything cowardly and thuggish
And yet if I were braver and lived in Manchester I'd want to deface it too. Of course it matters what kind of person he was. There is a huge difference between recognising and acknowledging his death was unlawful and being so upsucky to the black community that you have to ignore his criminal doings and paint him on a wall to fawn over.
Err am I supposed to be bothered about this memorial being vandalised ?? Cos, I'm not !!
//Of course it matters what kind of person he was.//

Why? He was unjustly killed by US police who have something of a habit of doing this kind of thing.
I only scanned the article but I cannot see any description in it of how the mural was actually defaced... what did the person actually write/do to the mural? Because if it was a racist slur - like it was the first time this happened - I wonder if Prudie and others would be quite so admiring.
and what about as a proportion of the population fender?
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//Of course it matters what kind of person he was.//

Why? He was unjustly killed by US police who have something of a habit of doing this kind of thing.
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In Manchester?
no not in Manchester.

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