15 Jul 2012
Last updated during 09:41 ET
John and Michaela McAreavey on their marriage day in Dec 2010
The family of Michaela McAreavey have labelled a actions of a Mauritian journal “reprehensible and repugnant” after it published crime stage photos.
The cinema were of a hotel room where Michaela was killed and enclosed images of her body.
In a statement, a McAreavey and Harte families pronounced a movement “was unresponsive to their grief”.
Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness pronounced a announcement was an “outrageous abuse”.
On Thursday, Avinash Treebhoowoon, 32, and Sandip Moneea, 43, were found not guilty of Michaela’s murder.
The 27-year-old clergyman from Northern Ireland was killed on her honeymoon in Jan 2011.
The executive of Public Prosecution in Mauritius Satyajit Boolell has told a BBC there is to be an “independent fact anticipating commission” into a murder case.
The McAreavey’s counsel in Mauritius pronounced a nation had let a family down.
A orator for a families pronounced on Sunday that a photographs noted another low in a “treatment of John, a dual families and a grace of Michaela”.
“The Mauritian authorities need now to compare their difference with actions and safeguard that unresponsive stating by newspapers within their office does not serve intensify a defilement of Michaela and a harm to John.”
Mr McGuinness pronounced a announcement of a photographs could in no approach be justified.
“It is transparent that these photos have emanated from within a Mauritian system,” he said.
“People in Mauritius need to realize that a eyes of a general village are resolutely focused on their nation and their probity complement in a arise of a heartless murder of Michaela and a comprehensive disaster to broach probity for John McAreavey and a rest of family.”
Michaela was a daughter of one of Ireland’s best famous sports figures, Mickey Harte, manager of a Tyrone Gaelic football team.
In a matter after a group were acquitted, a McAreavey and Harte families said: “Following a continuation of 7 harrowing weeks of this hearing there were no difference that could report a clarity of extinction and gloom now felt by both families.”
Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness has pronounced a people of Ireland would not rest “until probity was done” for a Harte and McAreavey families.
Mr McGuinness also pronounced that everybody stood shoulder to shoulder with her widower, John McAreavey.
The hearing during a Supreme Court in Mauritius lasted some-more than 7 weeks. It was primarily approaching to final dual weeks though incited into one of a longest trials in Mauritian authorised history.
The military and charge pronounced Mrs McAreavey had been murdered after unfortunate thieves in her room.
Thousands of mourners attended Michaela’s wake nearby her family home in Ballygawley, County Tyrone in Jan 2011.
The 27-year-old had married John McAreavey only 12 days before she was murdered, and was buried in her marriage dress.
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