Police station shutters came down with a message on the front saying that the Tottenham Police station was closed.The first two to arrive for the vigil, were Islington pensioner Anne Johnson, 80, a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain, and 73-year-old Martha Osamor.
Ms Johnson said: "I feel so sorry for the Duggan family. This is yet another death involving the police and a black person.
"People are not getting justice. The police should not be killing people."
Ms Osamor, who works at Haringey Law Centre, in Tottenham, said: "I knew Mark Duggan when he was a little boy. So little has changed over the years.
"Here am I picketing outside Tottenham police station yet again."
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