well nothing surprises me any more
I have just watched a documentary where umpteen men get sent to prison for first degree murder, when it turns out the main witness works for the prosecution as a blood spatter professional who eventually was charged for changing evidence.
He swore on oath he had attended at least 200 similar cases where in truth only attended 3 in 11 years.
The result of this abomination of so called justice unfortunately is no longer surprising, and I along with so many others would quite happily take vigilante justice.
My best friends brother was murdered on a tube station not long after my brother was killed in an accident.
Over time I had seen my mother and hers try and come to terms with the loss of their child and the loss of a close family member and the range of emotions that take over.
Anger came first, but at least both our families got justice in different ways and no one was smiling from any side .
It's very difficult to write a post like this without being over emotive, but....I would seriously get my own justice over this and wouldn't rest until I did.
I would like to think that was this has done will maybe think back and for every family occasion she just might have an ounce of remorse, but I doubt it.
All I can do along with others is offer any support to the family no matter how small that is.