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Andrew McGinley: ‘I cannot forgive the act of murder. I can’t forgive how my children died’


by Amanda Cassidy
02nd Aug 2021
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His wife was found not guilty by reason of insanity of the murder of their three children; Conor (9), Darragh (7), and Carla (3) last year. Now Andrew McGinley sits down with Amanda Cassidy to discuss forgiveness, grief and the "extremely difficult meeting" with his wife.

“I remember, a few hours after my children died, I stood outside the house where their lives had ended and thought desperately about the last time I spoke to them, held them, kissed them. I thought about all the things I didn’t get to do. Carla, who was three, had asked me for a snowman. Darragh wanted me to coach local football, and Conor was excited to set up his YouTube channel. In that moment,...

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