Anab Ture, Shukri’s aunt, told the Guardian that her sister had brought her children to the UK to escape the civil war in Somalia and find safety.
“She came here for a better life. We want a thorough investigation to be conducted and for the police to work with us.”The police aren't supposed to 'work with' anyone, they are supposed to investigate crimes.
She paid tribute to a “good girl”, who helped look after her four younger siblings and support her mother.
“She wanted to become a doctor, she loved helping people.”
She added: “I want to make sure the family’s voice is heard.”Family voices are sometimes heard. And sometimes not.
Members of the local community and anti-racist campaigners led chants of “Shukri’s life mattered” and held a banner saying “justice for Shukri Abdi”.Justice is sometimes hard to find. I don't recall the local Somali community getting up on their hind legs and screeching about 'injustice' when Mariam's bullies walked free, do you?
Greater Manchester police continue to say that they found no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.Note that phrasing - they 'continue to say'. It's almost as if the 'Guardian' believes that's somehow in the teeth of evidence to the contrary...
“She had been telling us of the bullying for months. We want the police to listen.”
Maz Saleem, an anti-racist campaigner, vowed that protests would continue until the community felt justice had been done.Which 'community' is he talking about..?