Stefan's Law - Murderers to issue the family an apology before being able to be released

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Mary Beharry
Jun 12, 2020
Dr Noble Beharry in milton Keynes

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paul frith
Jun 3, 2020
We are human.

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Sally Sears
May 27, 2020
I feel strongly and am in agreeance with the Family of Stefan that those who commit murder should say sorry before being let out of prison, not just in a letter but in person. I think it is too easy for the murderer to say sorry in a letter. Meeting the Family of the person they murdered would be more meaningful and I feel have a bigger impact on the murderer to hear how the Family are suffering the loss of their loved one.

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karen chivers
May 26, 2020
I think that the killer should have got life with no chance of parole
And he should apologise to the family of the boy he killed

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Dawn Gledhill
May 25, 2020
I believe that no one who commits a murder should be released.
If they have to be they should at the very least have to apologise and mean it.

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karen tall
May 21, 2020
I stand for justice on all victims families and they should know the defendents location and have a apology but I don't think they should be released even after that life means life die in prison

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SUE THOMAS
May 18, 2020
Live souls mean life

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Elizabeth Hann
May 17, 2020
This is a law that is needed. A sincere apology might go some way to make a bad situation a little better.

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Gabriela Gatica
May 17, 2020
The murderer has not apologised to the family of Stefan, he needs to apologise ,to face up to his crime and the effects that his actions had on the family of the victim

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Neesha Dappy
May 16, 2020
I believe this law should be passed