The family of murdered mother Arlene Fraser have called on her husband Nat to tell police what he did with her body.
Arlene's mother Isabelle Thompson, father Hector McInnes and sister Carol Gillies said they would not be able to begin grieving properly until Nat Fraser had finally come clean about his wife's assassination.
In a tearful press conference following Fraser's sentencing to a minimum of 25 years for the murder, Ms Gillies said: "There is only one word to describe him: evil."
She said that Fraser had devastated the lives of everyone close to Arlene including his two children by her and added he owed it to the youngster to tell the truth.
"He's ruined his life, he's ruined our lives and he's ruined Jamie and Natalie's lives. At the moment I'm thrilled that justice has been done although I just feel overwhelmed with sadness."
She went on: "The people who have stood by Nat for the past five years, he owes it to them to tell the truth.
"It's the truth that will heal us and justice as well."
The family described the agony of the last four and a half years culminating in a torturous afternoon waiting for the jury's majority verdict.
Arlene's mother said: "I feel struck dumb, to be quite honest it has been a hard four years and it was a terrible afternoon waiting for the verdict."
Arlene's sister said: "We heard some terrible things in that courtroom, The truth is worse than we ever imagined it was really difficult to hear about what he did with her hands and teeth."