Finding truth about Denyse would be a fitting tribute
THE death in India of Derby mum Denyse Sweeney was a devastating blow for her family.
Having to cope with the grief of losing Denyse was hard enough for them.
When an inquest held in Derby earlier this year began to raise disturbing questions over the Indian police's version of how she met her death, it can only have hurt her family more.
Now they admit they are pleased police in Derbyshire are getting fully involved in the probe.
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Officers here are beginning to trawl through bundles of files sent to the UK by police in India.
Denyse's sister, Maureen, believes their involvement is a "major step forward" in the inquiry.
If officers here can cast some light on what really happened to Denyse in the holiday state of Goa, they will be doing Denyse's family a great service.
It will justify the concern shown by coroner Dr Robert Hunter at the inquest, and the persistence of the Derby Telegraph in supporting Denyse' family in their search for the truth.
What police here discover may also be helpful to Indian authorities who want to ensure any corruption and incompetence in their nation is stamped out.
It may also make Goa a safer place for the thousands of Britons who visit the popular holiday state each year.
And that would truly be a fitting tribute to Denyse.