Relatives of four of the six victims killed by Damian Rzeszowski in Jersey have described their ongoing pain at the deaths.
The statement was read by a police family liaison officer outside St. Helier's Royal Court after the Pole was convicted of manslaughter, on grounds of diminished responsibility.
Over a year ago our family was devastated by an enormous tragedy.
The deaths of Marek, Izabela, Kinga, Kacper, Marta and Julia shattered our lives and the lives of many other close families and friends. Our lives were broken when the hearts of six other wonderful people were stopped.
A year has passed and it still hurts. We do not think this will ever change as we've lost our closest family and friends forever.
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