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Byline: Maureen George

I FEEL so very sad that a life was taken because of the colour of our skin. As I was growing up in Liverpool 35 years ago, there was some prejudice, but nothing like today.

I know, as a born-again Christian, I will have to forgive the young men involved in this horrific tragedy to be able to get into Heaven. I will pray for them.

I can only say about Anthony Walker's family that they are very courageous people and forgiving; they are truly mighty men and women of God.

Maureen George, address supplied
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Dec 6, 2005
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