One year on: Remembering Jaxson

ON Saturday it was one year since Jaxson Bradey was stabbed to death during an unprovoked attack in the underground Goldfields Plaza car park.

It was the last day of school and Jaxson, a James Nash State High School student was on his way to the bus when he met his untimely end.

His mother, Tammy Bradey, said her son’s alleged killer was due to go before the courts in Brisbane on Wednesday to see whether he was fit to stand trial.

A Gympie boy stands accused of one count of alleged murder and one alleged act intended to maim or cause grievous bodily harm.

Ms Bradey has called for 15-year-old Jaxson’s alleged murderer to go to jail.

“I’m not a nasty person, but I want him to pay for what he did,” she said.

Read Ms Bradey's story in tomorrow's Gympie TImes.

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