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  • Under today’s headline - Could Jennifer Mills-Westley murder have been prevented? The revelation [that her murderer had been released from a Welsh psychiatric unit but months before] led to a call for an “urgent” inquiry by politicians including Norwich North MP Chloe Smith, who said at the time that “everyone in Hellesdon and the UK wants to know how this tragedy happened”. Published yesterday was a statement from the victim’s daughters, who have endured the heartache of losing their mother to this horrendous crime for the past 21 months, in which they thanked those who have supported them though this ordeal. “Words alone cannot express our thanks to the support provided by Victim Support and the Lucie Blackman Trust - Missing Abroad. However, despite our expectations, we have been disappointed by the lack of any other support; notably the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and our mum’s MP in her hometown of Norfolk.” The MP in question is Chloe Smith.

    Mr Cameron Isaliar

    Saturday, February 23, 2013

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