By RNZ Director general of health Dr Ashley Bloomfield says he can’t imagine the strain the South Auckland family at the centre of the Covid…
Abraham Badru, who was just 14 when he intervened in the two-hour attack in 2007, was blasted in the chest with a shotgun last month.
Mum Ronke, 50, said: “In my heart I believe his murder was connected.”
The Met said it is an “active line of inquiry”.
Abraham ran to help the 14-year-old girl as she was being attacked by up to 15 boys in a stairwell in Hackney, East London.
He was later threatened by their associates trying to stop him giving evidence.
Ronke said: “He received threatening phone calls.
"He was really scared for his life.”
Abraham was awarded a bravery medal for helping to convict the rapists in 2008, but was forced to move to Bristol at 16.
He returned to London as a personal trainer with a new name in 2016, but was spotted by one of the rapists and his car was vandalised.
Last month, he was getting a drink from his car when a killer on a white bike shot him dead.
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