In November 1974, the IRA detonated three bombs in Birmingham, two in pubs at the Rotunda and on New Street, one
in a bank on the Hagley Road. 21 people were killed. Six men were arrested, charged, convicted and put in prison. In 1990 they were finally released, new evidence showed that they had been wrongly convicted. They had suffered injustice. So too had the victims of the original bombing because the true culprits had not been punished.
What is your experience of justice? Some of us as parents, managers, union reps, church leaders etc have a responsibility for seeing that justice is done.
Most of us will at some point seek justice: a fair wage, a decent home to live in, an insurance claim, our immigration case. What is your experience of justice? Sadly, many people experience injustice Continue reading