Yesterday was another traumatic day for Maureen Greaves, the widow of Alan Greaves, the church organist who was brutally murdered on his way to a Christmas Eve service last December. With one of his attackers already found guilty of murder, the second, Ashley Foster was convicted of manslaughter. As the verdict was read out in the court, Mrs Greaves sobbed in the public gallery, yet shortly afterwards she was able to compose herself sufficiently to give a statement outside the building forgiving her husband’s killers:
Reading the statement outside she ended by saying:
“Alan was a man who was driven by love and compassion and he would not want any of us to hold onto feelings of hate and unforgiveness.
“So in honour of Alan and in honour of the God we both love, my prayer is that this story doesn’t end today.
“My prayer is that Jonathan Bowling and Ashley…
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