Here is the Link: http://www.thecourier.co.uk/Opinion/Readers-letters/article/20174/january-9-similar-racist-murders-but-different-approaches.htmlSir, — In 1993-94, the black teenager Stephen Lawrence and white teenager Richard Everitt were murdered by young 'racist gangs' in London but there the resemblance ends.
Vast media publicity followed Stephen's case, the Home Secretary visited, a monument was erected and a judicial inquiry denounced the police as ''institutionally racist''.
Two men have now been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment while the judge demands the other attackers be punished because they engaged in a ''joint exercise''.
Eleven Bengali youths — one aged 20 — were arrested over Richard's killing but only two came to trial with no calls for the rest to be prosecuted on a ''joint enterprise'' basis.
One was found guilty of violent disorder and served 18 months while the other served 11 years for what the trial judge described it as a ''wholly unprovoked racist murder''.
There was no visit by the Home Secretary, no monument, no judicial inquiry, no interest shown by his local MP and a code of omerta from the metropolitan leftist media.
(Dr) John Cameron.
10 Howard Place,
For the sake or racial equality, readers may consider that Dr. Cameron's letter deserves a wider circulation.
Further information on the murder of Richard Everett can be found at the I am an Englishman blog (one of the valuable resources in Britain today) by clicking here.