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In what ways did the parents of the so-called 'Fukuji group' feel satisfied with the conclusion of their lawsuit? In what ways did they feel disappointed?

The fact that they won their case made the Okawa parents feel good about the amount of effort they had put into the lawsuit from start to finish, since they were thus legally justified in their methods of pursuit of the question of what had happened at Okawa Primary School on March 11, 2011. However, as Parry writes, all of their children would never be brought back to life. The expected sense of closure following the case was strangely absent, as parents were left to continue dealing with grief. Perhaps most importantly, their anger towards Junji Endo could not be assuaged, since Endo did not appear in court and they never got the satisfaction of hearing him admit his mistakes.

To whom does Richard Lloyd Parry take the greatest liking, out of all his interviewees? Why might this be? Provide one or two reasons.

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