Community marches against knives



FRIENDS and family of a 20-year-old student who was stabbed to death in the street marched against knife and gang crime in his memory yesterday.
Trainee electrician Lewis Elwin was stabbed in the back in Tooting, south London, in front of horrified parents picking up their children from school.
Scores of mourners gathered in Penwortham Road, where Mr Elwin was killed, to take part in a march before his funeral.
They carried anti-knife and gang placards and wore T-shirts bearing his name and picture as they followed the funeral procession.
Wandsworth Mayor Richard Field and Dr Rosena... read more

 
18 June 2016 in Regional, Views: 32
Source: Morning Star
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