Emma McBride told BBC News NI that she wants other people in a similar situation to get help
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Jean Quigley's mother: 'Justice done' after Stephen Cahoon conviction

The mother of murdered Londonderry woman Jean Quigley has said she is relieved that justice has finally been done after her killer was convicted of murder for the second time on Thursday.

Stephen Cahoon beat Jean to death, when she was pregnant with his child, at her home in Cornshell Fields back in 2008.

Jean's mother Emma McBride said she broke down in tears after the verdict.

She spoke to BBC News NI's Keiron Tourish.

  • 04 Dec 2015