Interview with Kye and Nicole Gbangbola (Zane's parents) on the Tom Swarbrick show on LBC on Friday April 8th 10am - 1pm and Saturday 9th April 12noon - 3pm.
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PLEASE HELP JUSTICE TO BE DONE
Seven-year-old Zane Gbangbola was killed during the Chertsey floods of Feb 2014. His grieving parents and hundreds of local friends and neighbours believe he was killed by hydrogen cyanide poisoning, released by the floodwater, from an old, unregulated landfill site behind their home. The inquest for their son is finally coming, over two years on but they have been refused legal aid to fight their case - it is not in the 'public interest'. David Cameron has the authority to overrule this but is refusing to do so. Yet three public bodies - the local NHS trust, Spelthorne Borough Council and the Environment Agency will all be represented by QCs at the inquest, expected to last 6 weeks.
They can only continue to fight for justice if ordinary people come to their rescue. Money is now urgently needed for them to be properly represented. Please donate, however small an amount, and spread the word. Please visit Truth About Zane to read more background information and forthcoming events, then click on DONATE to go to their 'go fund me' fundraising page.
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