Relatives describe years of ‘trauma and grief’ as victim statements read at sentencing hearing

Lynette Daley’s family has called on New South Wales director of public prosecutions to resign for initially deciding not to prosecute her attackers.

In a victim impact statement read in the NSW supreme court in Coffs Harbour on Wednesday, Daley’s mother, Thelma Davis, said she had suffered “years of struggle, heartaches, stress and emotion” since her daughter was killed in January 2011.

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