RMD8RG1T–Floral tributes to Drummer Lee Rigby, killed outside Woolwich Barracks in London on May 22
RMG65A40–Family members of Drummer Lee Rigby leave after they looked at floral tributes outside Woolwich Barracks as they visited the scene of his murder in Woolwich, south-east London.
RMD8DPY9–London, UK. 26th May, 2013. Family members look at the many thousands of floral tributes left outside of the Royal Artillery barracks in Woolwich where murdered soldier, Drummer Lee Rigby worked and lived. Credit: Paul Davey/Alamy Live News
RMD8PCC5–Sunday 2nd June 2013 one of dozens of tributes made to murdered soldier Drummer Lee Rigsby
RMD8NAY2–Members of the far right and the anti fascist White Rose Movement both laid flowers and tributes to soldier Drummer Lee Rigby
RMD8E8W5–Woolwich killing. Flowers in memorial to Drummer Lee Rigby at the site where he was murdered. London, UK.
RMD8T5YA–Floral tributes at Bolton war memorial for fusilier drummer Lee Rigby who died in Woolwich in an alleged terrorist attack.
RMD8B89H–Woolwich, London, UK. 23rd May 2013. A young boy looks at the cards and flowers on the railings near the site of the murder. Flowers are left by well-wishers along the railings near the site where Drummer Lee Rigby of the 2nd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers was killed outside Woolwich Barracks yesterday. Credit: Matthew Chattle/Alamy Live News
RMD8K03C–Flower are left at the scene where Drummer Lee Rigby was killed outside Woolwich Barracks in London.
RM2CYEJ8W–Floral tributes for Drummer Lee Rigby, of the British Army's 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, are lined at the scene of his killing in Woolwich, southeast London May 24, 2013. REUTERS/ Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: MILITARY OBITUARY CRIME LAW CIVIL UNREST)
RMG65A37–Lyn Rigby, mother of Drummer Lee Rigby, holding a teddy bear joins other family members as they look at floral tributes outside Woolwich Barracks as they visited the scene of his murder in Woolwich, south-east London.
RMD8DPY7–London, UK. 26th May, 2013. Sobbing members of Drummer Lee Rigby look at the many thousands of floral tributes left outside of the Royal Artillery's Woolwich barracks where murdered soldier, Drummer Lee Rigby worked and lived. Credit: Paul Davey/Alamy Live News