Knife crime campaigner Ann Oakes-Odger says son ‘would be proud’
12 September 2015
From the section Essex
Ann Oakes-Odger became a campaigner against knife crime following the death of her son Westley
A woman who set up a knife crime campaign after her son was killed said he would be proud of what she had achieved since his death 10 years ago.
Westley Odger, 27, was attacked in Colchester, Essex, on 12 September 2005, during a row at a cash point.
Brothers Andrew and Mark Fredericks were jailed over the fatal stabbing.
Ann Oakes-Odger, who was made an MBE for knife crime prevention work, said she felt the …read more
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