Husband of Duxbury Mother Charged in Children’s Deaths Pleads for Forgiveness

Patrick Clancy, the husband of Lindsay Clancy, who is accused of strangling her three young children in Duxbury, Massachusetts, has released a statement expressing his shock and pain.

In a statement released by the Plymouth County District Attorney’s office, Clancy said: “Words cannot express the shock and pain I feel at the loss of my children. I ask for privacy and understanding as my family and I try to cope with this tragedy.”

Clancy also thanked the Duxbury community for their support and asked for forgiveness for his wife.

“I want to thank the Duxbury community for their support and ask for forgiveness for my wife, Lindsay,” he said.

In an interview with WCVB Channel 5 Boston, Clancy opened up about his family’s tragedy.

“It’s just been excruciating,” he said.

Lindsay Clancy was charged with three counts of murder in the deaths of her three children, ages 5, 6, and 8. She is being held without bail and is due in court on February 8.