Five men were jailed for life over the murder 16-year-old Hani Abou El Kheir, who was stabbed to death in Pimlico last January.
The teenager was assaulted with weapons including swords, a meat cleaver, knives and a Taser stun gun.
Hani Abou El Kheir was stabbed more than 20 times while walking through an estate in Pimlico.
An autistic teenager who was slashed across the neck in a random attack has told ITV London that he "did the right thing running away". Eamonn Finn, 16, said that he would only be fine if the boys are caught.
The victim has asked for his identity to be protected:
The mother of an autistic teenager attacked by three boys has told ITV London that Eamonn Finn "wants to see them caught". Margaret Finn said: "Eamonn's been raised to believe that if you do something wrong, there are consequences to those actions".
Police are seeking three men who assaulted an autistic teenager in Pimlico, in what appears to be a "random" attack. Detective Constable Krisan Kapur:
– Metropolitan Police
This appears to have been a random attack on a teenager who was heading to meet friends at a local youth club. I would appeal to anyone who saw the assault to contact police. It is fortunate that the victim's injuries were not more severe as he was slashed across the neck.
Anyone with information is asked to call Westminster CID on 07500 766464 or via 101. To remain anonymous please contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Police released footage of the aftermath of an attack launched on an autistic teenager in June. Eamonn Finn sustained a slash wound to his neck, after which his mother appealed on Facebook for any more information on the assault.
The suspects are described as Hispanic or black.
A mother of an autistic teenager, slashed across the neck by three assailants, has said that she wants them to "face the consequences".
Eamonn Finn, 16, is said to have been walking around Pimlico, in central London on June 4 at around 7.30pm. Margaret Finn appealed for help on social media:
– Margaret Finn
They did far more than stab him, they've also taken away the only bit of independence he had, which took us almost two years to prepare him for. I'm now too frightened to let him back out, and I'm getting the fallout from that too.
A mother has sent out an appeal to find the people responsible for slashing her autistic teenager across the neck.
Margaret Finn wrote on her Facebook that Eamonn had been walking in the Pimlico area, in central London on June 4. She reported that he was subsequently attacked by three males aged "up to 22".
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Charing Cross CID or Crimestoppers, which can be done anonymously.
A 16-year-old boy was slashed across the neck after being assaulted in Pimlico, central London. The victim was attacked in Regency Street last night.
The boy was surrounded by a group of men described as Hispanic and black. The teenager's injuries are not life-threatening. Anyone with information is asked to call Westminster CID on 07500 766464 or, to remain anonymous, Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The "casual" acceptance of knives led to the death of 16-year-old Hani Hicham Abou El Kheir, a Metropolitan Police officer said after five men were sentenced to life in prison.
After sentencing, Detective Chief Inspector Neil Attewell said:
Hani had been out with friends when he was chased and set upon en masse.
The frenzied attack through the streets of Pimlico left at least two of the gang members with injuries, which gives a clear indication of the ferocity at which they attacked Hani. Sadly Hani stood very little chance of being able to escape.
The mother of a teenager stabbed to death in Pimlico last year has described Hani El Kheir as a "gentle and loving giant".
Speaking outside the Old Bailey after five men were sentenced to life in prison for his death, Parish Priest Canon Pat Browne read a statement on behalf of Hani's mother Pauline.