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Two members of the Eltham gang, Gary Dobson, 41, and David Norris, 40, are serving life for Stephen’s killing after a forensic breakthrough led to a second murder trial five years ago.A third, 41-year-old Neil Acourt, is in prison awaiting sentencing for masterminding a £4million cannabis smuggling ring.Around half have volunteered samples, 46 have declined, 12 failed to respond to police requests and the remainder were eliminated for medical reasons.Shamefully, the majority of those who declined to offer DNA samples were family, friends and associates of the original five suspects.His 40-year-old brother Jamie, the fourth man we named, is wanted by police for his links to serious drugs crimes.He is on the run in Spain where detectives believe he is being harboured by ‘Costa del Crime’ contacts.Twenty years after the Daily Mail accused the gang of murder, he cuts a pathetic figure strolling just two miles from where Stephen, 18, was fatally stabbed.
They would not be able to hide.’Two decades on, the Mail still has its eye on these ruthless thugs as it continues to fight for justice for Stephen and his long-suffering parents.Posing in country casuals, he is the last of Stephen Lawrence’s killers still on the streets of Eltham.Luke Knight, 40, is unrecognisable from the snarling brute who smirked at claims he was one of the five racists behind the black teenager’s death.'Then exactly 20 years ago the Daily Mail made the brave decision to publish the names and photographs of those suspected (and two of whom were convicted) of murdering my son. It made everyone in Britain listen to us and support our fight.
It was a proud moment for me: a national daily newspaper had the courage to put on its front page what others were too frightened to do.'The police knew who Stephen’s killers were yet they were so slow to investigate. I will be forever indebted to those that made the difficult decision to put the murderers of my son on the front page of their newspaper.' Lead investigator Chris Le Pere told a press conference that while associates and relatives of key suspects had been approached and asked to provide DNA, there had been, in terms of responses from those individuals, ‘an awful lot of negatives’.To this day, anyone asking questions on the streets of Eltham where the gang’s families still live is met with instant hostility.