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Hydebank's 'students' should admit their guilt

Published 03/10/2016

I read the article by Rebecca Black (News, September 28) saddened and hurt for the remaining forgotten family victims of those murdered by the so-called 'students' of Hydebank.

Some of these murderers are still unrepentant and have manipulated the expensive liberal justice appeal system for their own gains, causing much more torment and pain to the remaining families.

I could better embrace such treatment of 'murder inmates' if they could at least tell the truth about the murders they committed, show some empathy to families and help them to attain some closure by at least apologising for the despicable crimes inflicted upon their loved ones.


Loughbrickland, Co Down

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