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UPDATED: Hyatt family reacts to guilty verdict

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Friends and family members started a "justice for Ashlee" campaign in memory of 16-year-old Ashlee Hyatt. (Charrie Hyatt/Facebook)

An 18-year-old West Kelowna, B.C., woman has been found guilty of manslaughter in the death of Ashlee Hyatt.


Hyatt was 16 when she bled to death after being stabbed near her neck during a house party in Peachland in 2010.


Ashlee's parents Charrie and Greg Hyatt spoke with Daybreak host Chris Walker about how they feel about the verdict and how Ashlee's death has transformed their lives.


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