A memorial to three men who died during the Birmingham riots last year has been unveiled, close to where they lost their lives. The families of the men were there for the ceremony, in a local park.
In July eight men were acquitted of the murder of the three friends, who were knocked down and killed by a car. Andy Bevan reports.
Tariq Jahan, father of one of the men killed in the riots in Birmingham, says today's cermemony was emotional and has thanked the community for creating a place to remember his son Haroon.
A memorial dedicated to the three men killed in the Birmingham riots last year will be unveiled later.
It's made up of three lamposts, one each for Haroon Jahan, Shazad Ali, and Abdul Musavir, and a bench.
It will stand in Smethwick's Victoria Park.
The sister of Shahzad Ali says justice has not been done for the murder of her brother, Haroon Jahan and Abdul Musavir.
More than 200 people have been protesting outside the headquarters of West Midlands Police, in what they say is a continuing fight for justice for three men who died during last summer's riots in Birmingham.
200 people protested today outside West Midlands Police headquarters over the Winson Green murder trial.