The anti-police poster in New Cross pictured on the weekend of 1-2 August, 2015
The anti-police poster in New Cross pictured on the weekend of 1-2 August, 2015

A series of posters which highlighted instances of police corruption and deaths in custody appeared on advertising space across London earlier this week.

Activists now claim that one of the posters, located on New Cross Road in the south-east of the city, has mysteriously disappeared.

A spokesperson for STRIKE! magazine, which helped to design the posters, told i100.co.uk that they asked local residents about the "cover up" but no one appeared to know how or when it was taken down.

The billboard was a derelict site which hadn’t been changed for years and in the past few months had been covered in fly posters.

Nobody bothered to change that but someone was clearly very quick to get rid of this advert. Why? It looks like the police are afraid of the truth.

  • STRIKE! magazine
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