Five days before she died, Sally-Anne Wills celebrated her 30th birthday and plans for the future with her girlfriend.
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Chris Polden was the sort of guy who would show up at family and friends' homes unannounced. Adopted into a family of eight siblings, one brother says he can't ever remember a disagreement with him.
Five days before she was killed in a knife rampage, Sally-Anne Wills (pictured) celebrated her 30th birthday and plans for the future with her girlfriend
After being diagnosed as HIV-positive he launched himself into a life of advocacy, volunteering with the Aids Housing Action Group and was always willing to help others.
In March last year, their lives were ended in a frenzied series of unprovoked attacks by an armed man who began his evening with an attack on a protective service officer at a train station.
Mohammed Ibrahim calmly asked PSO Joshua Davies for directions from Jolimont train station.
While the officer looked up a map Ibrahim pulled out a knife and stabbed Mr Davies in the cheek, slashed his arm and took off.
Air Wing and canine units were immediately called in while police tried to cordon the area to lock it down.
Just 30 minutes later, in Kew, Ms Wills and her girlfriend Ashlee Gunstone sat in a car outside their home.
Ms Gunstone had just picked up Ms Wills, know as Sals, after a minor car