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Witness appeal: can you help?


Filed: Tuesday, 9th November 2010
By: Staff Writer


On 25th August 2009 a disturbance took place on Green Street following the match between West Ham United and Millwall.

During this disturbance a West Ham United supporter, Robert Mortimer (pictured below just after the incident) was repeatedly struck on the head by police with a baton.


If you saw this assault or the events leading up to Mr Mortimer being struck on the head his legal representatives - Sonn Macmillan Walker Solicitors, 12 Widegate Street, London, E1 7HP - would be grateful if you would contact Eleanor Scarlett by telephone on 020 7377 8889.





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Your Comments


by Tell it how it is Charley
02:05PM 9th Nov 2010
''You would have thought the Police officers in charge would come forward and tell the truth.

Let's hope he gets big money for this sort of thuggery. It's absoloutely appalling we have a Police Force that acts in this fashion.''

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