Transcript for Honoring the 4 Bear Brook victims: Part 11
We're here today to bury my sister and my nieces. The community has offered to put them to rest. And we're fortunate enough to be here for it. I don't know that I ever could make up for my father's sins. How do you ever make up for something like that? My father killed your sister and your nieces. Why on Earth would you want to talk to me? You must be Diane? I'm Diane. Hi, I'm Michelle. Hi. They all said the same thing, that it wasn't my fault. But because of my father, they lost their sister and their nieces. I'm so sorry about your sister. Thank you. It has to be rough on her and her brother, to know that their dad did such brutal things. With you but you also got to be thankful that -- It wasn't them. They're still alive. All the people that had seen this thing through were able to have this moment of -- I don't know if closure's the right word, but something close to it. It's a day of sorrow, yes, and sadness. It is also a day of great joy, for what was lost has now been found. The fact that you have sitting around the gravesite the members of the honeychurch family sitting next to the daughter of the man who murdered them, I think it's a powerful moment. The thing that binds us together is this horrible thing that has happened here. But they treated me just like -- just like I was their sister. We as a family would like to thank the community for caring and loving our sister marlyse and our nieces, Marie, Sarah, they can rest in peace. Thank you all from the bottom of our hearts. There are still of course loose ends with this case. Not every question has been answered yet. There's still one victim out there. There is one girl who we don't know who she is. I'm hopeful that we'll be able to identify who the fourth victim is fairly soon, but with these kind of cases, it's difficult to predict how long it's going to take. Today was very hard. I hope the next time that I come here it's because my sister has her name. I cannot let that just be okay to never find out what her name is and where's the rest of her family. We call that other little child -- we named her angel. And the focus from this day forward should be to find the family of that little girl. Diane, the honeychurches, they're all victims of Terry Rasmussen in one way or another. The fact that they could share that moment in allenstown back where it began, it was a special moment. The funeral was held so close to bear brook state park. It really did feel like we were back at the beginning.
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