Canary Wharf bomb survivor ‘honoured’ to lay wreath for murdered policewoman

Docklands Victims' Association President Jonathan Ganesh laying flowers at the Yvonne Fletcher memorial in London.

Docklands Victims' Association President Jonathan Ganesh laying flowers at the Yvonne Fletcher memorial in London.

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A survivor of the Canary Wharf bombing which broke the IRA ceasefire has said he was honoured to have been invited to a commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the murder of a police officer outside the Libyan embassy in London.

Yvonne Fletcher was gunned down in St James’s Square in April 1984 as anti-Gaddafi protesters demonstrated outside the embassy.

Members of the Docklands Victims’ Association, including Jonathan Ganesh who was badly burned and injured in the 1996 bomb, attended the event alongside Yvonne’s friends and family and Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.

 

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