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The widow of slain Feilding farmer Scott Guy is refusing to give up the fight to find who killed her husband.
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20/07/2012 12:51:27 p.m.
McVicar said he doesn't believe in forgiveness: "I won't go anywhere near that one. In eight years I've only ever had one email from people who want to forgive.
However, he forgave and supported Mr Bruce Emery in 2008, after Mr Emery brutally murdered a 15 year old boy who vandalised the garage door of his home. Mr Emery chased his young victim 300m down the street armed with a knife, and stabbed the teenager in the stomach. He was convicted of manslaughter rather than murder and given a prison term of four years three months. He was released on parole after less than two years in prison. McVicar publicly welcomed his release and said Emery should never have gone to jail in the first place, describing him as "a different kind of offender".
Under Sensible Sentencing Trust policies described, Emery would have got 15 years minimum.
Mcvicar also forgave David Garrett as well as lied on Garrett’s behalf with a false reference that Garrett had not been in trouble with the law when Mcvicar knew Garrett had violent criminal convictions Mcvicar lied about so Garrett could get off Scott free and help gag the family of the dead child Garrett stole from.
Mcvicar said to give Garrett a second chance which since then Garrett has been found guilty of drunken driving, locked his wife and two children out of his house, is known cyber bully on Kiwiblog that uses several disguised names to promote himself and bully anyone who brings up his past or a competitor.
With Garth Mcvicar entering the Guys murder case is like the time Mcvicar interrupted with Jack Nicholas case and the murderer was never found and almost hung the wrong man, simply because Mcvicar wanted any one to pay in his desperation to find revenge.
Mcvicar has now leached on to Mrs Guy, not to seek justice but to seek media attention as he always does.
9/07/2012 11:18:08 a.m.
I would say she has already found him.
9/07/2012 9:07:16 a.m.
come, time campbell live called in deb webber from sensing murder
Anna Guy says her former husband Ewen Macdonald has told her that life in jail is "easy".
When Scott Guy was murdered in his driveway outside his Feilding home in 2010, his sister Anna was simply devastated.
Why would anyone want to gun down a young father and husband as he headed off to milk cows in the early hours of the morning?
The man acquitted of murdering Scott Guy but imprisoned on other violent crimes has told his former wife that life in jail is "easy".
Anna Guy spoke frankly to reporter Sarah Hall about her brother's murder, and the arrest and trial of her husband.
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