Victims' families attack letter

THE relatives of Steve Wright's five victims have criticised his letter and told of the pain he has caused them.

Anthony Bond

THE relatives of Steve Wright's five victims have criticised his letter and told of the pain he has caused them.

Tania Nicol's mother Kerry said Wright should count himself lucky that he is still alive.

“I think he is feeling sorry for himself because with a bit of luck he will never get out,” she said.


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“If we still had the death penalty he would not be alive and he would not have a chance to say what he said in the letter.”

Brian Clennell, father of Paula, said: “How can he say that he is innocent when there is so much evidence against him? It was not just chance evidence it was calculated and done well by the police. For him to say he can prove his innocence, how can he?”

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“He can do what he wants. He has hobbies and a TV and the gym and meals every day. They live the life of Riley. If Paula could have been rescued from what she was into she maybe could have another chance but she does not have a chance.

“I say let him rot in hell.”

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