East Midlands activists gathered at Nottingham Justice Centre near where Valdo Calocane, of no fixed address, was accused of killing 19-year-old students Barnaby Webber and Grace O’Malley-Kumar and school caretaker Ian Coates, 65.
The Bissau-Guinean man was also charged with three counts of attempted murder, after a van was used to drive at three pedestrians, Wayne Birkett, Marcin Gawronski and Sharon Miller.
With the establishment quick to pin his motive on “mental issues”. We ask, will the victims receive justice for these anti-White crimes?
After megaphone speeches (video to come), we retired to a bar for drinks and chat.
Calocane is due to face a hearing at Nottingham Crown Court on 20th June.