There has been lots of support from ethnic minorities who have all said discrimination should never happen. I have been touched actually by how big people have been who have undoubtedly suffered discrimination all their lives and resisted the opportunity to say 'about time white people know what it feels like'.
In any case a lot of our anger was directed at how the police treated us afterwards, aside from the initial discimination. They absolutely refused to talk to us on the phone or answer any of our letters until we got a solicitor involved. They dragged their feet every step of the way. But within a week of the solicitors letter they had written to all the 'de-selected' males and offered them a place at the assesement centre, and then argued that we had lost nothing so we had no grounds to sue them.
I said that would be like a burglar robbing you then a week before the courtg date putting all the stolen stuff back and saying to the court ''whats his problem, all the stuffs been put back".