A short, dark movie is looping in Sally Dawe’s head.
It is two minutes and 45 seconds of black and white, silent horror.
It captures the final 165 seconds of the life of her 24-year-old son Tim Wojna, from the moment he encounters a trio of mouthy men on an Ottawa sidewalk, to the moment when one punch to the back of his neck kills him.
“It was your worst nightmare,” says Dawe.
The movie (watch it after the jump) was recorded by an outdoor video surveillance camera beginning at 2:53 a.m. on June 25, 2006.