Members of Lee Rigby's regiment are facing their own very personal battle, the rest of their lives without their best mate.
The understandably huge distress suffered by Lee Rigby's family has been witnessed during the court case.
But as Mel Barham found out he's also greatly missed by his colleagues in the army and also in his home town of Middleton - where the friends he grew up with are still coming to terms with life without Lee, someone they'd known from boy to man.
In the second part of an interview with ITV News, members of Lee Rigby's family say they believe his death has united the country.
Our reporter Mel Barham writes about meeting the family and friends of Fusilier Lee Rigby, and the stories they told her about him.
Fusilier Lee Rigby's killers wanted to become martyrs - but it is his name that will be remembered.