‘Monster’ should be locked up for life

Thursday, 28 September 2017

‘Monster’ should be locked up for life thumbnailPamela Henry with a picture of her dear friend Marion Millican.

MURDER victim Marion Millican had been reunited with her husband, just months before being shot by her ex-partner.
Her best friend Pamela Henry, who was with the mother-of-four when Fred McClenaghan turned up on March 11, 2011, armed with a shotgun, at the Portstewart laundrette where they worked, reflected: "It's so sad because Marion had found happiness again with her husband Ken. But Fred destroyed all that."
Grandmother Pamela, 57, who was repeatedly forced to relive the horrific memories of a day she can never forget in court, spoke of her relief after McClenaghan finally admitted his guilt.
She told The Chronicle: "I am still traumatised. I was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder six and a half years ago and lost five stone due to stress.
“Why could McClenaghan not admit his guilt earlier, without putting Marion's loved ones through so much heartache? He is a monster."
Pamela, who lives in Portstewart and now works as a kitchen porter at a local golf club, was so badly affected by what she witnessed that she was unable to work.
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