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PUBLISHED: 11:17 26 October 2009 | UPDATED: 10:22 12 August 2010

FATHER AND SON: Colin Knox hugs his son Jamie at the gala night in honour of much missed son and brother, Rob. Picture: www.tonymitchellphotography.com

FATHER AND SON: Colin Knox hugs his son Jamie at the gala night in honour of much missed son and brother, Rob. Picture: www.tonymitchellphotography.com

THIS is one of the many poignant and EXCLUSIVE pictures from a special gala night held to honour the memory of victims of youth violence.

THIS is one of the many poignant and EXCLUSIVE pictures from a special gala night held to honour the memory of victims of youth violence.

Hosted by Charlton Football Club and attended by the families and friends of murdered Harry Potter film actor, Rob Knox, Jimmy Mizen, and Damilola Taylor, your Times today gives a full and comprensive account of the event.

Turn to pages 2, 3 and 4 as we talk to actor Rob's father, Colin Knox who gave a speech coloured with tears and laughter as he remembered his treasured son.

Richard Taylor - father of murdered Damilola, spoke openly to your Times about the creation of the group - Families United - which aims to help relatives cope with the loss of those murdered by a brutal attackers wielding knives or other weapons of violence.

And Margaret and Barry Mizen expressed their thoughts and love for son Jimmy who was killed and left to die in his brother Tommy's arms on the streets last year.

The dinner event also marked the launch of a new film, Cold Kiss, starring screen legend Ray Winstone and Rob Knox's younger brother, Jamie.


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