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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Rouxle Le Roux accepts that saying sorry to the parents of the teen she killed in a hit and run, is not good enough

    Rouxle Le Roux accepts that saying sorry to the parents of the teen she killed in a hit and run, is not good enough


    The Auckland woman has reached the end of her 11 month home detention sentence - but her guilt over killing 15 year old Nathan Kraatskow has not.

    Le Roux says killing Kraatskow will always be with her.

    She says home detention has made her think before she does anything - that actions can have catastrophic effects.

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