Duwayne Brooks interviewed on Today

Liberal Democrat Councillor Duwayne Brooks, the only witness to Stephen Lawrence’s murder, talked movingly to Radio Four’s Today programme this morning.

He described some of the effects of his post-traumatic stress disorder following the murder, praised the police for the conviction of two of the attackers and expressed some doubt that the other attackers will ever be brought to justice.

You can listen to the full interview here.

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2 Comments

  • Dear Cllr. Brooks,

    I have just heard your interview on BBC Radio 4, and write to say that you are an inspiration.

    God bless and keep you.

    Awula

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