“More than a hundred Bristolians, among them mayor Marvin Rees, gathered in support of Ras Judah Adunbi, a respected community leader recently tasered by police outside his home.
Disturbing footage filmed by a shocked neighbour showed the 63-year-old grandfather being tasered in the face after refusing to give his name to officers who mistook him for a wanted man. This was the second time Ras Judah, who founded a group to foster better community relations with the force, had been mistakenly accosted by police, even receiving compensation for an incident in 2009.
The Justice for Judah campaign launched last night with a packed emergency meeting at the Kuumba centre. Led by members of the Afro-Caribbean community, the event was an emotionally raw but defiant expression of pain, solidarity and resolve.”
Read more: https://thebristolcable.org/2017/01/enough-is-enough-campaign-launched-to-support-grandfather-tasered-by-police/
Taser victim Judah Adunbi speaks out: https://www.channel4.com/news/taser-victim-judah-adunbi-speaks-out