Updated 05/03/2009 12:03 PM
Brick walkway helps remember victims of violent crimes
ALBANY, N.Y. -- It's a way to remember lives lost; the thirteenth annual brick walkway dedication ceremony honors 46 crime victims statewide.
Familiar names, like Kathina Thomas and Richard Bailey, were honored at the ceremony at the New York State Crime Victims' Memorial in Albany. Albany DA David Soares says the process of healing can be a long one.
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"But we truly know that a conviction is just the very beginning of a very slow and painful process for you and we truly know that justice isn't served until you family members are sensing a feeling of justice and are able to move forward,” said Albany County District Attorney David Soares.
Albany County Executive Michael Breslin and Mayor Jerry Jennings were also there to help remember the 700 victims of violent crimes.