Thu, 20 Dec 2012 6:04p.m.
The parents of the Kiwi triplets killed in the Doha mall fire say hearing of the failings that killed their children is overwhelming.
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11/01/2013 11:31:33 p.m.
Kerry Bell wrote:
I am suprised that Martin and Jane would say
"The Weekes say every parent should hold their child a little tighter for them this Christmas."
Ask Martin how close he held his 3 children this xmas. Not close at all...ignored and not spoken to by Jane. When we spoke to his kids xmas morning Natalya was in tears....not a great xmas for the surviving Weekes children. Yes Martin...hold them close..you should practice what you say in these never ending media interviews
28/12/2012 6:46:19 a.m.
All condolences to the Weekes family on their horrible loss. If convicted (yeah, sure - how likely is THAT in Qatar), the owners of Villaggio should go to prison for life for multiple counts of negligent homicide.
23/12/2012 9:03:30 p.m.
Alan Hudson wrote:
I went to Villagio a couple of weeks ago for the first time since the fire. I felt extremely uncomfortable. I will never forget the anguish the fire caused and how much Jane and Martin have had to bear. Time will dull the pain, but forgiveness will never come for such dereliction of duty.
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