..:: For immediate release ::..
Dudley Family Statement
“We are utterly devastated at the news
regarding the law not allowing for this unjustified
discharge without conviction to be appealed.
news came as another shocking blow like the ones that killed
We ask for privacy at this time while we
regroup and consider our options, but wish to thank all the
members of the New Zealand public for your unwavering
support – we will continue to strive for Justice for
PLEASE NOTE: The Dudley family has
requested privacy at this time – for all enquires please
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