IRAQ BIGLEY MURDER: Keep strong and look after each other. You, as a family, are an inspiration to each and every one of us.
I hope they catch the people who did this, and I hope they live to regret it. They are a godless people.
We are so sorry for your loss, we can't believe it.
Dean & Jackie, from BirminghamOur thoughts are with you at this sad time. Ken's memory will always live on.
Dawn and Tracy, from DevonAs an Evertonian living in the USA and a former Walton resident, I followed Ken's saga closely, hoping for his release. May all his family find comfort in the knowledge that their grief and pain is shared by so many. Peter Fearon, from New YorkOur most sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Ken Bigley from all the Irish Americans in the US, it is a terrible tragedy.
Cormac, from New York CityRest in peace, Ken. Words cannot express the sadness I feel.
My heart goes out to the Bigley family.
You have acted with such courage and dignity throughout this terrible ordeal. Look after one another. Much love to you all. xxx Carys, from CoventryMy heartfelt sympathy goes out to all of the Bigley family at this agonising time, but I hope, that in time to come, it will be of some comfort knowing that nothing can ever hurt Ken again.
Keep strong as you have throughout this terrible ordeal and look after each other. You, as a family, are an inspiration to each and every one of us. The thoughts and prayers of your home city are with you all. xxxx Joanne, from LiverpoolMy heart goes out to you. I am so so sorry.
Kathy Garbutt, from DoncasterWe live in a sad, mad world. Ken Bigley is at peace now. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this dreadful time. Denise from Switzerland (ex-Liverpudlian)YOU can leave a message of condolence at our website, www. icliverpool. co. uk
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|Publication:||Daily Post (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Oct 11, 2004|
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