Bless you lovely anonymous. I have been waiting for this. You have been so brave and telling your story and have reinforced what we have known. Upon reading this I am so sad, not for me but for Arawa, lovely beautiful Arawa and Laniet and the PAIN that they went through in their short lives. How much pain they had to endure, pain that no one should. And they kept it to themselves. It would have torn them up inside. Thank goodness for a lovely friend like yourself who helped Laniet and at least she had 2 weeks of peace. Everything that you have said fits in with what I have seen and what Arawas friends have seen. Bless you.
REST IN PEACE ARAWA, LANIET AND STEPHEN. WE SHALL CONTINUE AND ENDEAVOUR TO MAKE THINGS RIGHT SO YOU DONT SUFFER IN HEAVEN. XX JUSTICE. LOVE.
Thank you for being brave enough to share what must be painful memories for you.You have confirmed what I have thought all along! We so need to seek justice for Robin,& to show the world the REAL David Bain.Thank you again xxx
With holding your name takes nothing away from your story. Annonimity can enhance a story as sometimes if the name can distract from the story as people focus on that instead of the important things in the narrative