WHO said: "sinful macduff,/ they were all struck for thee naught that I am,/ not for their own demerits, but for mine,/ fell slaughter on their souls. heaven rest them now" and WHAT does it means?

WHO Said it and WHAT does it means?

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Macduff says this about his family's slaughter by the murderers that Macbeth hires. He is speaking, in a way, to himself, noting that they were only killed because they were his family. They were not guilty in any way and did not deserve to be killed.