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35 years on since the murder of three High Court judges and a military officer, son of one of the departed judges, Kwabena Agyei Agyepong says he and all other families who suffered the lost have forgiven those who carried out the crime of murder.
Speaking to Journalists after a short wreath laying ceremony at the forecourt of the Supreme Court Complex in commemoration of the 35th Anniversary of the murder of the three honourable High Court Justices, Mr. Agyei Agyepong says the affected families are thankful to God for the Grace to forgive those who were sent to carry out the crime acts.
The suspended New Patriotic Party (NPP) General Secretary Mr. Agyei Agyepong also prayed for the Grace of God for the remission of the sins of the architects of the crime who are still alive.
On lessons learnt, Mr. Agyepong says as a Ghanaian people who have now embraced Democracy, he is hopeful that the Rule of Law and respect for the Judiciary will be upheld at all times and all efforts be made to ensure that the 35 year old crime does not reoccur in our history against as a people.
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