Judicial review into man's death outside nightclub

A judicial review is taking place today into the death of a man from Birmingham who died outside a nightclub in Manchester, in 2009. Julian Webster died after being restrained in a neck hold for more than eight minutes.

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Grieving family protest over no charges in death case

The family of Birmingham man Julian Webster, who died after being kept in a headlock by bouncers for eight minutes, have protested outside a judicial review into his death.

Nobody has ever been charged with Julian's death, which happened outside a Manchester nightclub in 2009.

Julian Webster's family protested outside the judicial review Credit: ITV News Central

His family won the right to challenge a decision made by the Crown Prosecution Service not to prosecute anyone over his death, and the judicial review is being held today.

The family held banners and placards calling for 'Justice for Julian' Credit: ITV News Central
Nobody has ever been charged with Julian's death Credit: ITV News Central

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