A message from Marie - Helens Mother

To lose a loved one is devastating. To lose a loved one to murder is horrific.
To be denied their funeral causes unimaginable suffering.

I am campaigning for Helen’s Law in memory of my daughter, Helen, who was murdered in February 1988 aged 23.

Her body has never been found. Her killer has been moved to an open prison. Murder convictions without a body were once rare. Now, they are common-place as killers go to ever-increasing lengths to hide the evidence of their crimes. Unable to lay their loved one to rest plunges families into a hell that never ends.

I am begging the Government to deny parole to killers until they reveal the location of their VICTIMS.

… enabling families to lay them to rest.

PLEASE SUPPORT ME.

Thank you.            

Marie McCourt

 

 

Helen's Law

To lose a loved one is devastating. To lose a loved one to murder is horrific. To be denied their funeral causes unimaginable suffering.
Thank you for visiting my website.
I am campaigning for Helen’s Law in memory of my daughter, Helen, who was murdered in February 1988 aged 23. Her body has never been found.
Her killer has been moved to an open prison.
Murder convictions without a body were once rare. Now, they are common-place as killers go to ever-increasing lengths to hide the evidence of their crimes.
Unable to lay their loved one to rest plunges families into a hell that never ends.
I am begging the Government to deny parole to killers UNTIL THEY REVEAL THE LOCATION OF THEIR VICTIMS… enabling families to lay them to rest.
PLEASE SUPPORT ME.
Thank you.
Marie McCourt

WHAT YOU CAN DO
Many of you have already signed the petition at change.org/Helens Law (currently standing at more than 389,000). Thank you.
Please write to the RT Hon PM Theresa May and Justice Secretary Liz Truss at 10 Downing Street, London SW1A 2AA or email them at https://email.number10.gov.uk urging them of the need to support Helen’s Law.

(If you’re not sure what to write, simply google Marie McCourt Helen’s Law and you’ll find a whole list of stories on the campaign that have appeared on-line. Simply print out one and staple a brief message, along your full details to it).

Please also contact your MP asking them to support the campaign. You can find your MP and their contact details at www.theyworkforyou.com

For more information on Helen’s Law see www.helens-law.org ; Marie’s Facebook page Helens Law or tweet to @marie_mccourt