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But amid all the grief there were haunting questions, too, about the horrific circumstances surrounding the pair’s deaths.
He made no sound whatever, not even to cry.’Chadrack, says the shopkeeper, was Esther’s pride and joy and was often dressed in his favourite tracksuit and Nike trainers."I sensed your panic when your 5-year-old son pointed at my son in his wheelchair and shouted, 'Mom look at THAT boy! "You leaned forward and quietly told him and his 3-year-old brother that we don't say things like that and they shouldn't point or stare." Leah waited because she knew in most cases, telling a child not to stare or question her child's differences doesn't work because young, curious minds have questions that they want answered."When you realized your whispers weren't working I saw the panic disappear and you took a deep breath and took a step of courage," she wrote.The tower-block flat is a two-minute walk away from Hackney Town Hall in an area which has become gentrified in recent years and has a state-of-the-art cinema, a bustling library, trendy theatres, restaurants and shops.One of Esther’s friends, a Congolese shopkeeper, who used to see her almost every day, describes her as ‘happy’ and ‘humble’ and recalls how they often used to chat about life and politics back home in Kinshasa.‘If Chadrack started thinking we were talking too long he’d start pulling things off the shelves and fidgeting,’ he says.‘Esther would offer him something to eat, like a waffle, but he’d refuse and she’d just tell him: “Stay calm, stay calm.”‘He’d calm down.