“Had I not left that day it wouldn’t be the Surrey Six it would be the Surrey Seven. These people walked to the door steps of my home and stole my son’s innocent life… How can you sleep how can you eat when you know your son’s killers are out there” –Eileen Mohan
Eileen Mohan’s 22-year-old son Christopher was shot execution style just steps from their home. Christopher was an innocent bystander. He was on his way out the door to basketball practice when he crossed paths with gang members who came to the apartment across the hall from the Mohans’ to kill a rival.
After the devastating loss of her son, Eileen is determined to increase support for families of people going through the court process. In Eileen’s quest for justice she is fighting for the rights of immediate family members to be treated with dignity and respect in the courthouse.