I am the mother of the beautiful girl who was killed on Brooks/Dore Lane three months ago, as mentioned by the first poster "senta" here (strange that it was posted on the day my mother died). I've been thinking long and hard about these families, more so than I did before, and the grief they feel seers my heart, mind, and soul. Unlike them, I'm not faced with the emotional dilemma of knowing my daughter's killer was a good, caring person who didn't use and abuse people. I don't know if that's better or worse than my family's situation, in which we're able to feel little remorse for our unforgiveness because my daughter's killer has no regard for human life. It seems to me that it must have been (and IS) a little bit worse for these girls' families... although no matter what, holding, kissing, and talking to your lifeless daughter with so many dreams and aspirations... who was so VIVACIOUS... for five hours in a hospital room is the worst thing ever. This article made me cry (everything makes me cry... typing this makes me cry). I'm sorry if I've stepped on any toes and inserted an unwanted comment.
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