'Beloved' son, 22, stabbed to death while out buying orange juice for his mum

A HEARTBROKEN mum told last night how her “beloved” son was stabbed to death after he went out to buy her an orange juice.

Sven Badzak, 22, who went to the same school as Princes William and Harry, died of knife wounds after he and a pal were chased and attacked on the street by a gang of eight youths.



His devastated mum Jasna said her son wanted to be a lawyer and had nothing to do with gangs.

And she posted pictures of Sven with Boris Johnson and former PM David Cameron, and pleaded with them for help to end the plague of knife crime.

Yugoslavian-born Jasna, 49, a former Conservative association chair, insisted her train driver son had nothing to do with drugs.

She said: “Sven was a child. My only child. He had never taken drugs. He had nothing to do with gangs.

"He was afraid of the territories where they operated and hated violence and violent people — he called them ‘crazies’.


“He wanted to be a lawyer. All of my friends said he should be Prime Minister. He was killed after being pointlessly stabbed for daring to go to Waitrose and a bagel shop.

"He said he would get me some orange juice. I said we can get orange juice tomorrow, but he said he wanted to get it.”

Jasna said sociology graduate Sven became separated from his friend while they were being chased near his family home in Kilburn, North London, early on Saturday evening and fell to the ground near a Tesco Express.

There he came under a torrent of blows from the savages.

His pal — named by friends as Bobby Moore, 16 — sought refuge in a shop and was also stabbed.

'LOVED BY EVERYBODY'

Tory activist Jasna had met Mr Johnson and Mr Cameron during campaigns and proudly introduced her son to them.

On the morning of the day he died, Sven had gone to work with his dad, building firm boss Dragomir Mikulic.

Jasna said: “He was the most polite boy. He was loved by everybody.

"He always asked people how their day was, how their family is, if he could do anything for them.”

Chief Inspector Guy Ellwood, of the Met, said: “This was a barbaric attack in a public place.”

Sven’s murder followed an earlier knife crime rampage in South London which left a 22-year-old man dead and at least 11 others wounded in five separate incidents.

The fatal stabbing victim, named by locals with his street name Lavz, died when violence erupted in a flat near Selhurst Park, Croydon, just after 8pm on Friday.

Lucy Martindale, founder of the Operation Shutdown anti-knife crime group, said: “It’s devastating.

“You can imagine how all those families will be feeling today. Their lives will never be the same again.”




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