The Silent Walk last Saturday was the 10th such monthly walk since the tragedy at Grenfell Tower in June last year. Understandably some, perhaps more than a few, among the survivors, the bereaved and the wider Lancaster West community have grown cynical about the prospects of ever achieving the justice for Grenfell that we all crave so much.
The purpose of today’s blog will be to try to reassure those who are troubled by doubt that there is still reason to hope and believe that justice will eventually be served.
Some have complained that, after ten months of investigation, the police have not yet made a single arrest. Such criticism is understandable and the absence of arrests is certainly frustrating, but we believe it is important to remember, at these moments of doubt, the sheer scale of the task the police are faced with. We can also testify that, in…
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