Victim thanks newspaper for its help

PUBLISHED: 11:48 16 January 2008 | UPDATED: 21:46 26 October 2009

The wound in pupil’s back

The wound in pupil’s back

The victim of the stabbing, who has now turned 17, also thanked the WHT for its participation in solving the crime. He said: Although I don t think he was sent away for long enough, I m just glad he was caught. I cannot thank the police or the WHT enou

The victim of the stabbing, who has now turned 17, also thanked the WHT for its participation in solving the crime.

He said: "Although I don't think he was sent away for long enough, I'm just glad he was caught.

"I cannot thank the police or the WHT enough.

"The last year has been quite tough and I've had to deal with 60 stitches whilst trying to concentrate on my musical career."

The Chancellor's School student added: "The incident has caused quite a bit of a grief; it's been an ordeal really but I have tried to get on with my life as best as I can and haven't let it hold me back.

"I am going for plastic surgery on the wound sometime soon.

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