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WMUR June 21, 2021
“The victim advocacy community is pretty shattered. We’re heartbroken and we send our hearts out to her family, her friends, her colleagues and most importantly, to those victims that she served,” said Lyn Schollett from the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.
Feeney worked as a victim advocate in the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Office. Those from the coalition said she brought passion and conviction to helping victims and witnesses of crimes.
“She stood with victims during the most trying and often the most foreign experience of their lives as they navigated the criminal justice process and she made sure that they felt empowered to raise their voices,” Schollett said.