Solidarity with run down anti-blacklist protester

16 May 2013

George Tapp, 64, was knocked down by a car when he joined the latest protest against blacklisting outiside the BAM site at Manchester City FC’s training ground.

The protests are part of a campaign against blacklisting on the Crossrail project and protesters are targeting the Bam Ferrovial Kier consortium.

It is reported that the car sped through the picket and carried George on its bonnet before he was knocked to the ground. George has sustained two broken legs, a fractured kneecap and a bad wound to the head.

George is currently at the MRI hospital in Manchester. Unite the Resistance would like to wish him a speedy recovery.

Messages of support can be sent to George via: 07949335390

George Tapp, 64, badly injured during anti-blacklist protest

George Tapp, 64, badly injured during anti-blacklist protest

4 comments

  1. Andy Coles said:

    Best wishes for a swift recovery

    In solidarity

    Andy Coles

    20 May 2013 at 5:35pm
  2. DAVE MERRICK said:

    Disgusting thug. Get well soon. Best wishes, and solidarity,

    Dave Merrick
    (Unison member (retired)

    20 May 2013 at 8:02pm
  3. David Fagan said:

    Best wishes for a speedy recovery George.

    UCATT member

    22 May 2013 at 9:38am
  4. Martin Sear said:

    Best wishes. Let’s hope they prosecute the b……

    23 May 2013 at 3:32pm

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