Family hit out as wind turbine put close to son's grave
Mum-of-two Theresa, 36, went to visit her brother's grave with her 10-year-old son, and was horrified to discover the turbine right next it. She said: "It was terrible. My son said 'mum that's horrible'.
August 10, 2012
by Matty Sutton
in Evening Times
The family of a teenager stabbed to death has been left devastated a second time after a wind turbine was sited next to his grave.
John and Margaret Lawson and their children Theresa and Mark have condemned the "monstros-ity" built in St Peter's Cemetery in Glasgow's London Road.
Kevin Lawson was just 19 when he was stabbed to death in Tollcross on March 8, 2003.
George Monaghan, 27, from Partick, was jailed in February 2004 for 11 years for culpable homicide.
Kevin's final resting place has become a place of solace for his family who... [continue via Web link]