It was an emotional day for Peter Schloss, who spent more than six years in prison for the death of his daughter.
“It was a very difficult day,” he said.
“But I had to say goodbye to my daughter and her family.”
They were always there for me.
They made me feel comfortable, they helped me.
“It was the third time Mr Schloss had met his daughter, and they had spent many hours together at their home in New Zealand.
He said he never expected to spend so much time with her, but that he was “surprised” she was alive.”
She was my little girl.
I knew she was going to live and I was happy for her to be with me,” he told the ABC.”
I’m just not worried.
“Mr Schloss said he was able to walk out of prison at the end of the day, but he still found it difficult to go back home.”
The biggest thing was to get back to the basics,” he admitted.”
My life is about getting back to normal, I want to have a normal life.
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