A reward of up to £20,000 has been offered for information which leads to the conviction of those responsible for the shooting of Black Lives Matter activist Sasha Johnson one year ago this week.
Sasha was shot at a party shortly before 3am on Sunday, May 23 last year in Consort Road, Peckham.
The head injuries Sasha suffered that night were catastrophic.
As a result, she now struggles to say more than a few words and requires constant medical attention.
Sasha is often in terrible pain as a result of her injuries, and her movement is now extremely limited.
She has two young sons and they, and Sasha’s family, are having to deal with this daily heartbreak.
Alexa Loukas, London regional manager at Crimestoppers, said: “Sasha is loved by her family and friends and is an active champion for people’s human rights.
“What’s happened to her is absolutely horrific. Her life will never be the same again.
“We know that many people who were there on the night are her friends and supporters. And yet, there remains a wall of silence.
“Crimestoppers is here to give people the courage to speak up. Since we began in the late 1980s we have never revealed the identity of someone who has contacted us. Protecting your identity is key to everything we do.
“We believe there are people who want to do the right thing for Sasha, but going to the police is not an option.
“Were you there on the night or have you heard anything about what happened?
“Coming forward is never easy, but if you contact us, you can still do the right thing whilst remaining completely anonymous.
“Before this violent attack, Sasha was a powerful voice who challenged injustice. By using your voice, you can help find justice for Sasha.”
Crimestoppers guarantees that you will stay anonymous when you contact them via freephone 0800 555 111 or through their website crimestoppers-uk.org.
When you speak to Crimestoppers you will never be asked to give any of your personal details.
Pictured top: Sasha Johnson (Picture: Metropolitan Police)