It is so sad to think that it is five years since Pauline so tragically died on her daughter's grave.She was so fearless and passionate about the shameful and cruel way our prisons are run.According to official figures three hundred and thirty three people died between 1998 and 2009 . Even though juries have returned verdicts of unlawful killing no one has ever been called to account.Today the Morning Star reported the appeal of Janet Alder and Marcia Rigg to trade unionists in Glasgow to join them in their fight for justice. They both had a brother who had died in custody, one fifteen years ago and the other in 2008.Janet and Marcia urged every one to support the United Families and Friends Campaign against police brutality and join in the annual march to Downing Street in October. Pauline always spoke so well and never missed this opportunity to voice her disgust Home Office and the justice system.
She was a suffragette for penal reform and is sorely missed.