Blog readers are very likely to be interested in this event at Seven. Here is the flyer.
Michelle Scally Clarke proudly presents: Raw Inquest
A tribute to Daniel Nelson by Michelle Scally Clarke working alongside the Bassment Poets collective.
Special guests on the night:
Music by George and the Champion Swimmers
Open mic spot
Venue: Seven Arts Space 31a Harrogate Road Chapel Allerton
Date: 8th May
Time: Doors open 7.30pm
Ticket prices: Entry £7 (£5 Concessions & Pre-booking)
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Daniel Nelson, my nephew, died in prison aged 18. He was on remand for allegedly dealing drugs: three weeks and six suicide attempts later, he was found dead in his cell.
My family learned of Daniel's death from Sky News on 20 September 2005. Daniel went into prison a confident young man. Three weeks later he was a shadow of his former self. Toxicology reports showed that he was clean - apart from the psychotic drugs fed to him in prison.
Raw Inquest is my family's story. It describes the failings of the justice system and uncovers the scab of negligence that affects children and whole families who have been placed in the care system. This is our inquest, the forgotten story.