Jamie Robe Supporting families bereaved through murder Murdered aged 17 Kicked and beaten with baseball bats and snooker cues on 7th August 1997. Only 3 of the 5 attackers were jailed after a two year wall of silence on the Osprey Estate in Rotherhithe. Their average age at the time of the attack was 14
Anton Hyman Supporting families bereaved through murder Murdered on 21st March 2004 – Mothers Day He was found in the River Brent with multiple stab wounds, his throat cut, a bullet through his heart
Bradley Knight Supporting families bereaved through murder Murdered on 21st December 2001 in an unprovoked attack. Killer due for release after only 36 months in prison
Louise Smith Supporting families bereaved through murder Murdered on Christmas Eve 1995 She was found dumped in a quarry 8 weeks later. The murderer had asked a friend to stand in for him when DNA testing was done he was later caught in South Africa
Richard Everitt Supporting families bereaved through murder Despite the concerns expressed by his parents to the school where Richard was bullied he was murdered in a racist attack on the way to buy chips on 13th August 1994
Aiden and Caitlin Supporting families bereaved through murder How many of us have pictures like this at home? How many of us thought the last school picture of our children would be the last ever school picture of our children? Caitlin and Aiden aged 4 and 6 murdered on 5th November 2006.
How would you feel? Supporting families bereaved through murder What if this the last image you had of your child?
How the elderly suffer in Britain Supporting Families Bereaved Through Murder Just a few of the elderly people who have been attacked by teenagers – many more suffer and have died as a result of sustained beatings
Dolce & Gabbana Supporting families bereaved through murder One of a series of ads depicting wounded or dead people surrounded by models wielding guns and knives. Another showed a woman with her throat cut. MAMAA complained to the ASA and had these ads removed from the D&G website. They were fined for breaking the code of decency in advertising standards. It was deemed that the ads caused offence to families of murder victims
Youth justice system? Supporting families bereaved through murder The public’s view of our justice system