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“He tried to slit my throat”

Canadian Scott Jones was left paralysed from the waist down following an unprovoked, homophobic stabbing. Now, he’s the subject of a documentary which draws attention to his country’s poor record on hate crimes
CAMPAIGNING: Scott with his sister Sherise in the documentary
Photography Markus Bidaux

Location Dalston Eastern Curve Garden, London

It was Thanksgiving weekend in 2013 and many of my friends had come home to see their families. It was also my friend Andy’s art gallery opening night, so I was out celebrating. It’s interesting thinking about that night, because my friend Amy and I were really on the fence about going out — we were tired, but it was a Friday night and the week was over, so at the last minute we decided to go. I think about that moment a lot.

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