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Family of Carmen express their thoughts at sentencing time

Published: Fri 30 Mar 2012 12:54 PM
Family of Carmen express their thoughts at sentencing time
We thank God that we have reached this point today but acknowledge that nothing can ever bring Carmen back to us and for that, we are angry.
We want to express our sincere gratitude and thanks to the Police who acted professionally and compassionately throughout the search for Carmen and over the ensuing several months.
We are grateful to see that the New Zealand justice system works the way it does and that Carmen's killer will be out of circulation for a long time so that he might be able to reflect on the immense damage he has done to so many more lives than he can ever imagine.
Teresa, Wayne and Storm Scott.
ENDS

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