Seven jailed for life over Tunisia terror attacks which claimed life of Shropshire woman
Seven people involved in two terror attacks in Tunisia in 2015, which killed 60 people including a woman from Shropshire, have been jailed for life.
The verdicts were handed down after a massacre at the Sousse resort and another deadly attack on the country’s Bardo Museum in which Sally Jane Adey, from Caynton, near Shifnal, was killed.
Thirty British tourists were killed in the beach attack which left 38 people dead, while the museum attackers killed 22 in total.
Meanwhile a West Midlands mother who lost her son, brother and father in a terror attack has said any sentences for those involved would not compensate what happened to her family.
Suzy Evans, lost three members of her family in the Tunisia beach attack. She said while the family want justice, it won't bring back her son Joel Richards, brother Adrian Evans and father Patrick Evans.
Suzy said: "I hope lessons have been learnt from the tragedy. For me, it does not change how I feel – I still miss my family every single day."
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