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In April 1993, Stephen Lawrence was murdered by a group of young white men on a street in south-east London. From the first police investigation onwards, the case was badly mishandled. This book offers an account of the murder and the botched and insensitive investigation by the Metropolitan Police.
Doreen Lawrence was born in Jamaica in 1952. She came to England aged nine and went to school in south-east London. In 1972, while working in a bank, she married Neville Lawrence. Since the murder of her son Stephen in 1993, she has campaigned for justice for Stephen and for other victims of racially motivated crime, as well as for police reform. In 2003 she was awarded an OBE for services to community relations. In addition to her work at the Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust, she sits on panels within the Home Office and the Police Service, and she is a member of both the board and the council of Liberty, the human rights organization.