Two billboards in the United Kingdom have been cast in the new way, casting a new light on the “3rd Rail,” the group of people who protested the killing of the man who was killed by a police officer.
One billboard is located in the town of Taunton in central England, while the other is in Taunbrook, England, and features a group of men who wore Guy Fawkes masks and marched through Tauntown.
“The 3-Rally” was the name of a protest against the killing in December of 23-year-old Keith Palmer, a former soldier and activist who was shot in the head by police during a march in the capital, London.
His death sparked the largest anti-police protest in Britain since the 1970s.
The other billboard is in London, England.
The new advertising campaign is part of a campaign called “We Want a Stronger England” by the group, which has raised over $10 million for the organization.
The group has also raised more than $15 million through social media.
It is still unclear if the new ads will air on national television or on billboards across the country.