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Mum begs son’s knife killer to hand himself in

After five years of no answers, the mother of a man who was killed while out on the town has pleaded with the perpetrator to “come forward and face punishment.”

Adam Ellison, a 29-year-old trainee store manager, was stabbed in the neck during an altercation with motorcycle riders in Prescot, Merseyside.

Despite 12 arrests, a £24,000 reward, and no convictions,

In a brand-new video appeal, his mother Joyce Ellison has spoken out.

“What occurred is still unfathomable,” she added. He is sorely missed.

The days leading up to his anniversary are challenging. People continue to approach you and express their regret that justice has not yet been served.

She pleaded with the murderer to come forward, saying, “Your mother will be able to see you in prison, but I will never see my son again.”

“This guy is still wandering around, they’ve got no morals. Obviously they haven’t otherwise they would have given themselves in,” said his sister Nicola Moore.

Joanne Evans, Mr. Ellison’s other sister, stated that if the family’s suffering could be felt by the murderer, “that would be our justice because that suffering is agony.”

You need to allow us some space to grieve because you’ve murdered a piece of each of us, she continued.

The mother of 12-year-old Ava White, who died after being stabbed during last year’s Liverpool Christmas lights switch-on, was recently introduced to Mrs. Ellison.

Her mother was introduced to Ava’s mother while the family was delivering a lecture at the girl’s school.

Watching a mother hug another mother of a knife crime victim was heartbreaking, according to Ms. Evan.

Mr. Ellison had been preparing to tie the knot.

Additionally, Merseyside Police have issued a new information request.

Cedric Blackwater
Cedric Blackwater
Cedric is a journalist with over a decade of experience reporting on local US news, and touching on many global topics. He is currently the lead writer for Bulletin News.

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