Nancy Kerrigan Will Help Brother Fight Charges

Ruling of homicide in father's death 'unjustified'
By Nick McMaster,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 11, 2010 4:20 PM CST
Nancy Kerrigan Will Help Brother Fight Charges
USA Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan leaves with her mother, Brenda, from St. Patrick Church in Stoneham, Mass. Thursday, Jan. 28, 2010.   (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

Nancy Kerrigan says she views the ruling of her father's death as a homicide "unjustified," and says she and her family plan to help her brother fight assault charges. In a letter to friends and fans released today, Kerrigan says the ruling has only intensified the pain of losing her father, who collapsed during a scuffle with his son, Mark.

"It isn't over yet, particularly with the ruling this week about the cause of my dad's death; a ruling, by the way, which we think was unjustified and which we plan to help my brother fight," Kerrigan wrote in the letter, as reported by ABC News.
(Read more Nancy Kerrigan stories.)

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