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Teen’s memory kept alive

Gay teenager Michael Causer was beaten to death as he slept 10 years ago. But his parents Marie and Mike are ensuring his name lives on by running a charity to help vulnerable LGBT+ youngsters

MICHAEL CAUSER FOUNDATION

I t’s been a decade since Michael Causer was brutally beaten as he slept at a house party in Liverpool. Punched, kicked and battered with a hardback book till its spine broke, the 18-year-old trainee hairdresser suffered massive head injuries as well as multiple facial fractures.

Michael, who weighed just 7½st, was found dumped in the street and was rushed to hospital, where he had surgery to the brain, but he died a few days later, on 2 August 2008.

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