Twisted killer who stabbed wife and children to death before killing himself described as 'evil' by funeral priest
A twisted killer who knifed his wife and children to death before killing himself has been described as "evil" by the priest who buried him.
Alan Hawe, 41,shared a funeral with his wife Clodagh and their children Liam, 13, Niall, 11, and Ryan, six, after he stabbed them all in their house in rural Ireland.
Father Felim Kelly, who laid the family to rest addressed a memory mass in their honour, reports the Irish Mirror .
He told the congregation of St Mary’s Church in the small rural community outside Ballyjamesduff: “What Alan did was evil, there’s no denying that.”
Hawe, 41, a... read more
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