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Lyra McCoy: Something & # 39; I comforted "outpouring of love"


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Lyra watched Macy's riots in the Creggan estate Londonderry, when she was shot

Something & # 39; I have slain journalist Lira Maki said a huge "outpouring of love, respect and admiration" comforted them "through the darkest of times."

Ms. Maki, 29, was shot April 18 while watching the unrest in Londonderry.

New IRA said its members had a murder.

something & # 39; I thanked Mrs. Maki fan and said that they "will all rejoice together in the day that justice is achieved for our Lear."

Compensation up to £ 10,000 has been offered for information leading to the conviction of those responsible.

Police said Crimestoppers reward can help to "assist in the efforts to obtain justice for poetry and her family."

In a statement released Tuesday, some & # 39; I Mrs Mackie said: "We know that our nightmare continues for weeks, months and years ahead, we will not be alone.

"To know that our tiny Lira was so well loved across the globe and people from all walks of life, from the & # 39 is a true testament to her personal philosophy and her vision of the world.

"Know that your love continued support and sympathy will be our spiritual manna."

something & # 39; I Mrs Mackie said they were overwhelmed by the demands of the events in the name of Lyra.

They added: "We urge before someone uses their life or death for any purpose, which they consider her heritage inclusiveness and understanding."

Prem & # 39; -Minister by Theresa May, the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins, Taoiseach (Prime Minister's & # 39; er Minister of Ireland) Leo Varadkar and other politicians were among the hundreds of mourners who attended the funeral of Mrs. Macy's in the Cathedral of St. Anne in Belfast.

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The President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins consoled partner Miss McKee Sara Canning

Fr. Martin Magill received a standing ovation when he was asked why he took his death to a & # 39; to unite political party.

something & # 39; I Mrs Mackie said that they would not be able to thank all the individual for affirmative action, after her murder, but would like to stress that they "appreciate every sense, no matter how small."

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Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral in the cathedral of Lira Maki Belfast St. Anne

They added: "These things have helped to give us the power, while we are at our weakest."

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