Parents of 29-year-old killed in Manchester feel 'sorry' for bomber.

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Dodgypirate
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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7757731.html

Inconceivable.

A they being used to peddle the narrative?

Feeling 'sorry' for someone who took the life of a loved one would be the last thing I felt.

My cousin lost her son in a hit-and-run incident in Australia, and I don't think she felt 'sorry' about the culprit.

I dunno...
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I feel a bit sorry for him too. I feel sorry for him because his mind was filled with cancerous radicalisation that made him blind to everything else. It is sad
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(Original post by Dodgypirate)
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7757731.html

Inconceivable.

A they being used to peddle the narrative?

Feeling 'sorry' for someone who took the life of a loved one would be the last thing I felt.

My cousin lost her son in a hit-and-run incident in Australia, and I don't think she felt 'sorry' about the culprit.

I dunno...
Not having anger will do them more good than harm tbh.
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"I have no feelings of hate, anger at all – because I don't think this person deserves any of those emotions," she said. "I'm staying with my positivity for Martyn, and that's what I want to hold on to."

"I suppose from my point of view, I've thought about it and I feel sad for them that they wasted their life for nothing," he said. "What have they got to show? Absolutely nothing.
"Martyn's life is not wasted. He did so much with it.
"There is nothing to say for them. They've wasted a life; their own, not Martyn's."

They feel sorry for him because he wasted his life. He doesn't deserve anger. Did you read the article?
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Everyone responds to loss differently. You can't tell parents how to grieve for their own child.
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(Original post by Dodgypirate)
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7757731.html
Inconceivable.
A they being used to peddle the narrative?
Feeling 'sorry' for someone who took the life of a loved one would be the last thing I felt.
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Virtue signalling. I don't believe its sunk in yet and I don't believe they know what theyre talkig about.
The bomber does not deserve pity.
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(Original post by Dodgypirate)
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...-a7757731.html

Inconceivable.

A they being used to peddle the narrative?

Feeling 'sorry' for someone who took the life of a loved one would be the last thing I felt.

My cousin lost her son in a hit-and-run incident in Australia, and I don't think she felt 'sorry' about the culprit.

I dunno...

I hate the guy. But then part of me does feel sorry from him. idk why. He was just really angry about the kids in syria dying which is the part that made me feel sorry for him because he thought he had good intentions. But then he went and took a bomb and put nails in and killed everyone which is why I hate him so much.
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