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Three home for Christmas

SMILING siblings Margreta Smith and Clifford Boxill sharing a joyful reunion outside of HMP Dodds. PATRICK GREAVES hugging his “big” sister Diana after being released from prison yesterday. (Pictures by Nigel Browne.) VINCENT MURRELL just wanted to be with his daughter Samantha.

By Ricky Jordan | Sat, December 22, 2012 - 12:08 AM

As loved ones across the world prepare to share the warmth of this season, Clifford Anthony Boxill, Patrick Greaves and Vincent Murrell are more eager than most to enjoy the company of loved ones.

These three convicted killers have spent between 21 and 30 years in prison; Boxill entered the walls of the now burnt-out Glendairy in 1982, Greaves did so two years later, and Murrell in 1991.

Each came out of HMP Dodds, St Philip yesterday morning with varying emotional reactions as they walked straight into the arms of waiting relatives.

Boxill, embraced by his sister Margreta Smith, brother Ronald, niece Kathy-Ann and friend Cicely, told the SATURDAY SUN: “I am good, real good! And I’m looking forward to spending some time by my mum now.”

Please read the full story in today’s SATURDAY SUN, or in the eNATION edition.

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Posted by Frank Husbands 1 year, 8 months ago
This is utter foolishness that persons who are convicted of felonies that leave a life long impact on others are walking free after 20-30 years.They should be made to feel the permanency of their actions.

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