Andrea Brown’s father, Eric, a police officer, was shot dead by the IRA in 1983 when she was 12.
She was injured five years later in a bomb attack that killed six soldiers.
“Every day when I waken, I waken in pain – not just physical pain, but emotional pain,” she told the BBC.
“There’s nowhere else in the world that would try to make a law that murderers and serial killers do not have to face justice.”
Andrea is one of a number of victims and relatives of victims of Northern Ireland’s Troubles who have spoken of their opposition to a new legacy bill.