Anti-drug drive launched in son's memory
A MOTHER who watched ketamine destroy her son's life has helped launch a campaign to raise awareness about the drug.
Shielmor Twomey blames the class C drug for the mental decline of her son Caleb Morris, who took his life by plunging from the Clifton Suspension Bridge on January 28. The 28-year-old had turned to the drug in an effort to deal with the frustration he felt because of his battle with epilepsy.
Ms Twomey now wants the horse tranquilliser reclassified as a class B drug, and on Saturday launched a campaign at College Green alongside Bristol North West MP Charlotte Leslie.
She handed the MP a petition with 150 signatures supporting reclassification of the drug and 28 balloons, all featuring her son's face, were released.
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A plaque remembering Mr Morris was also unveiled on a bench at College Green.