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Joanna Dennehy case: Kevin Lee's family speak after men found guilty

12 February 2014 Last updated at 17:39 GMT

Two men have been found guilty of helping Joanna Dennehy, who killed three men in Cambridgeshire last March.

Gary Stretch was convicted of attempted murder; Leslie Layton was found guilty of preventing the burial of two men.

The sentencing of Dennehy will begin on Friday.

One of Dennehy's victims was her landlord and boss Kevin Lee, with whom she had been having an affair.

Darren Cray, the brother-in-law of Kevin's widow, Christina Lee, said the murder had ruined the lives of the family, including Mr Lee's two children.

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