Murder victim's mother teachers online safety
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Breck Bednar: Mother of murder victim shares online safety message

Children and parents have been warned about the dangers of online grooming by the mother of a boy who was murdered by someone he met while playing video games.

Breck Bednar, 14, from Surrey, was lured by Lewis Daynes to his flat in Essex in 2014 and stabbed to death.

Breck's mother set up the Breck Foundation and gives talks warning young people about the potential dangers.

She was invited to Chandler's Ford in Hampshire to speak to local pupils and their parents.

Reporter: Matt Graveling

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  • 26 Nov 2019
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