‘I hope he’s dead’: ‘He’s a freak’ – Irish man who tried to kill off freak mob mob
I hope he is dead, I want him dead.
I have to have him dead, because that’s what he is, a freak.
I don’t know what’s going to happen to him.
I hope it’s over.
It’s been a tough few days.
I am going to go and buy him a bottle of water, because he’s going under a lot of stress.
There are lots of people I know who have gone through the same thing and been so scared.
I just want to be the last one out of there alive.
I’ve heard stories from the press.
But it’s been really traumatic.
I went to the funeral home because I wanted to be with my friends and family.
But there was so much going on, it was like a circus.
The police came, the media came and I thought, ‘Oh my God’.
I was crying.
I was thinking, ‘Is he going to be OK?’
He had an open head wound.
He had a broken nose.
There was blood everywhere.
He was screaming, he was saying, ‘I am going back home now, I don’ t know what to do’.
He didn’t know if he was going to live.
I kept asking, ‘Will he make it?’
I kept saying, “Will he survive?”
‘He said he would die’.
It was scary, really scary.
I thought maybe he was dead, but I was so shocked, so scared I just couldn’t believe it.
I can’t believe he’s gone.
I still have nightmares.
My son has nightmares.
He sleeps all night thinking about him.
My daughter’s nightmares are more scary.
He doesn’t know how he was killed.
It was like he was just going around and killing people.
He’s a big boy, so I don.
I wish he could come back home, but he doesn’t.
He didn’ t want to, he wanted to live a normal life.
He wanted to stay in the house.
He wants to do well in school.
He told me he wanted his own place, to be home, to have his own family.
He never wanted to go back to the street, so he got scared and said, ‘Come with me, I’ll help you’.
The only time I really felt it was his blood on my hands was when I saw his body.
I wanted him to be safe.
I couldn’ t believe it, I was speechless, I had no idea.
I didn’t have any answers, but it was a huge shock to me.
I know he was not a violent person, he wasn’ t violent.
I really wish he was here to tell me the truth.
I would like to know how many people were killed.
I’ d like to find out how many, if there were more.
I want to know what was done to them, what they were wearing, what was going on in their houses.
I’d like to be able to find them.