Lindsey Bonistall's parents: Killer's death term 'fair' but 'no justice'

Kathleen and Mark Bonistall, the parents of Lindsey

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Kathleen and Mark Bonistall, the parents of Lindsey Bonistall, a White Plains college student murdered May 1, 2005, in Delaware. The Bonistalls called the death sentence given to Lindsey's convicted murderer, James Cooke Jr., "fair." But they added that it hardly heals the wounds of the past seven years. (Sept. 17, 2012) (Credit: News12)

For the White Plains parents of Lindsey Bonistall, Monday's sentencing of their daughter's killer to death by lethal injection is "fair" but hardly heals the wounds they've suffered for the past seven years.

"For me there is no justice because Lindsey will not be coming home with us," Kathleen Bonistall said outside of the Wilmington, Del., courthouse where James E. Cooke Jr. received his...

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