Conviction brings comfort, contrition
SYCAMORE – Janet Tessier became tearful as she apologized Friday to the Ridulph family for the delay in justice in Maria Ridulph’s 1957 kidnapping and murder.
“And I apologize on behalf of my mother,” Janet Tessier said.
The Tessier siblings said Friday they don’t know exactly what their mother, Eileen, knew, but believe she was trying to protect her children by keeping quiet about their half-brother Jack McCullough’s involvement in Maria’s disappearance Dec. 3, 1957.
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