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Manukau Serial Killings

Published: Fri 19 Jul 2002 11:52 AM
19 July 2002
Manukau Serial Killings
Media Statement From The Family Of John Vaughan
Today’s sentencing has given the Vaughan family some sense of justice in the tragic loss of their dearly loved father, son, close friend and former husband.
The sentencing enables the family to take another step in their grieving process.
However, they are understandably still devastated and are all still dealing with the tragedy.
The family wishes to express their sincere gratitude to the Police for the speed with which they have instigated the course of justice.
The family continues grieving John’s unfortunate and tragic death and has asked that the media and the public respect this.
They are grateful for the continued support of family, friends and staff at ASB BANK.
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