VIDEO: Families of the two teens shot by police demand answers as internet footage angers the community.
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The family of three Perth children killed when Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 was shot down last week has described how they are living in a "hell beyond hell" as they struggle to deal with their loss.
Mo, Evie and Otis Maslin, aged 12, 10 and 8 respectively, died with their grandfather Nick Norris while on board the Malaysian Airlines jet that was shot down over eastern Ukraine.
In a statement issued through the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Anthony Maslin and Marite Norris pleaded for privacy as they revealed "our pain is intense and relentless".
"Our babies are not here with us ? we need to live with this act of horror, every day and every moment for the rest of our lives," they said.
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