….Zoe said: “I was not sure if I wanted to do it at first, but I wasn’t scared of him any more and I wanted to know why he did it.
“I thought it would benefit me and other people too, because it might make him less likely to reoffend.”
Zoe said she had felt better for venting her feelings and listening to his response.
“He told me about the things he has been reflecting on and that he was sorry and wouldn’t do anything like this again.”
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