The family of a Birmingham man who died outside a bar in Manchester are calling on the community and public to support them in a fight for their son's justice.
Neville and Sonia Webster have won the right to challenge a decision by the Crown Prosecution Service not to prosecute anyone for their son Julian's death.
He died in April 2009 after he was restrained by doormen at a Pitcher and Piano bar.
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