On January 7, 2005, Oury Jalloh and Layé Konde, both of Africa, lost their lives at the hands of the police. This video tells the story of how Oury Jalloh burned alive at the hands of the police while chained at hands and feet to a fireproof mattress. Even until today, the authorities have sustained the thesis that Oury Jalloh set himself on fire. Refugee, migrants and anti-racists supporters have fought hard for the last 34 months to see that justice is done. Although successful in forcing a trial, the proceedings have been plagued with racism, cover-up, complacency, bias and impunity. It still remains a mystery just how exactly the fire in Cell No. 5 actually started.