Catherine Langley

Catherine Langley looks at a photo of her late son, Sean Maschal, shortly before the two-year anniversary of his murder during an interview Tuesday at her home.

MOUNT CARMEL — The mother of 33-year-old murder victim Sean Maschal, of Mount Carmel, said her life has been a “living hell” since her son was killed two years ago.

During an interview Tuesday afternoon in her home at 428 N. Chestnut St., Catherine Langley said, “My son made some mistakes in his life, but he didn’t deserve to be shot. He was a good person and wasn’t the person people made him out to be. He fell into the wrong crowd and got addicted to drugs, but he had people who loved and cared about him. I’m having a difficult time dealing with his death. I can’t move on because there’s nothing that’s going to bring him back.”

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