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Why aren’t we talking about Baptista Adjei?

The murder that went unnoticed.

There was a story in October you may have missed: a 15-year-old boy from London was stabbed to death after getting off a bus on his way home from school. Baptista Adjei was one of the youngest people to be murdered in the capital this year.

In this episode we speak to BBC London’s Greg McKenzie, who’s been reporting on knife crime in 2019, including the death of Jodie Chesney. She was the 17-year-old girl who was fatally stabbed in an east London park in March. Today two teenagers were sentenced to life for her murder.

In this episode we look into why we hear about some innocent victims more than others.

Presenter: Tina Daheley
Producer: Duncan Barber
Mixed by Nicolas Raufast
Editor: John Shields

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