'We have listened as our daughter was portrayed as being a drunken liability when, in all honesty, she did no more than what many teenagers do of a weekend - she went out to celebrate her friend’s birthday.
'The only liability that night was a train guard whom Georgia had the catastrophic misfortune to encounter.
'For he had very little, if any, regard at all for our daughter and her safety.'Well, it is Liverpool, and they don't call it 'Self Pity City' for nothing, do they? It's always someone else's fault, someone's always to blame, no matter how blitzed the victim is.
A blood analysis following her death showed she had 236mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood in her system - the legal driving limit is 80mg.
She also had 0.083mg of the drug mephedrone, or Mcat, in her system at the time of her death.I wonder if Mrs Redmond will have the decency not to complain the next time her train is late because guards terrified for their jobs won't let them leave the station if anyone's closer to them than a few feet, just in case they too are far too drunk to be cognisant of their own safety?
Or run shrieking to the newspapers if the railways decide (and who could blame them?) that catastrophically drunk passengers are too much of a liability and so refuse them entry at the ticket barriers?