Our Georgia: The devastating murder of my daughter by a killer who should have been stopped

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Our Georgia: The devastating murder of my daughter by a killer who should have been stopped

Our Georgia: The devastating murder of my daughter by a killer who should have been stopped

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In interview, Reynolds denied any knowledge of what had become of Miss Williams but later said: “I just can't believe I have hurt her - that was never my intention,” Mr Crigman told the court. It’s a burst of sunshine for all of us,” says Lynnette. “I’m really chuffed, especially for Scarlett. She’s always wanted children, I hope motherhood brings her the happiness she deserves.” Lynn and Steve Georgia's parents questioned the events leading to their daughter's death at the time Steve was a highly commented murder squad detective serving with West Mercia Police the same force that had had Reynolds in there sights years before their daughters death. The same force, Steve and Lynnette discovered, had had Reynolds in its sights for years before Georgia's murder, but let him slip their net.

Mr Crigman said that, as she walked the short distance from her parents' home, there was evidence Reynolds watched extreme pornography “to stimulate himself”. Miss Williams arrived at the house on the evening of May 26, telling her parents and sister where she was going and that she would only be a couple of hours.Two days later, following a ­Crimewatch appeal, Georgia’s body was found by the Nant y Garth pass near Ruthin. At the time of Georgia’s disappearance, Steve was – ironically – a highly-commended murder squad detective serving with West Mercia Police. He added the Independent Police Complaints Commission was being kept informed of the review's progress. Steve Georgia’s dad was a highly commended murder squad detective serving with West Mercia Police and after Georgias death it became obvious things did not add up as the case unraveled. Both Steve and Lynn began to question the events that led up to their daughter’s death. Very early on they found out that Jamie was obsessed with Snuff movies especially if hanging was involved. Sadly, this was how he had killed Georgia. Lynn and Steve found out that Renolds had been in the system years before he murdered Georgia when he loured a girl in his class to his house and tried to strangle her but she got away. The heartbroken parents of a murder victim have said that police did not do enough to protect their daughter. Telford teenager Georgia Williams was just 17-years-old when she was killed by her so-called friend.

Georgia was born in 1995 - the same year my oldest child was born. I cannot help but think of the milestones her parents and older sister have been deprived of when a disgusting POS (Piece of Shit) murderer cut her life tragically, and horrifically short.Georgia was planning a career in the RAF when her parents waved her off from the family home in ­Telford, Shropshire. It is a heart wrenching memoir which is bound to shake any human being. To lose a child is a loss which can never be compensated, but to lose one in such a horrific way is indescribable. While reading the book, one can well understand the pain Georgia's family and close ones had gone through when she was brutally murdered. The knowledge that psychopaths like Jamie exist amongst us can make anyone feel unsafe.

I couldn’t believe our lives had come to this," she says. "Sat in a police car with a bunch of roses on our way to visit the woods where this murderer had dumped our daughter. Outlining the case before sentencing, Mr Crigman described Reynolds as a manipulative individual and “a sexual deviant” who has had “a morbid fascination in pornography depicting violence towards young women in sexual context since at least 2008”. Three days after she vanished, Reynolds was arrested at a budget hotel in Scotland. On 31 May, Georgia's body was found in woodland near Wrexham, around 50 miles from her home. I even imagined him maybe getting married and starting a family of his own – it was torture he’d deprived Georgia of all those milestones.” Our story shows this can happen to any family and reveals how justice is hard won, but with little consequence to the offending authorities.

Only a few prisoners in the UK have been told they will never be released – including Mark Bridger, who was convicted of murdering five-year-old schoolgirl April Jones earlier this year. Our Georgia by Robin Eveleigh & Lynette Williams is a true crime book that tells the story of Georgia Williams, a young woman from Wellington, Shropshire, who was brutally murdered by a friend in 2013. The book provides an in-depth look into Georgia's life before her tragic death and the events that led up to her murder. The way Reynolds killed her was awful enough, but the way he treated her afterwards was utterly callous. To be found naked, with police poring all over you – it was so degrading for her. If it’s possible, I hate Reynolds all the more for that.

Furthermore, Williams’ writing style is both engaging and heart-wrenching. She doesn’t sugar-coat her experiences or emotions and instead presents a raw and authentic account of the tragedy. Readers will feel as though they are right there with her through each step of her journey and will have a newfound appreciation for her bravery and strength. This is made even more profound given that her husband was a serving police officer at the time of Georgia’s murder. And it details their fight for answers from West Mercia Police, the force Steve served in as a murder squad detective. Two days later, following a ­Crimewatch appeal, Georgia’s body was found near Ruthin, North Wales. Reynolds was charged with murder, and Steve and Lynnette made a harrowing journey to lay flowers at the scene.

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I’d been having nightmares about these woods, imagining them as dark and scary, and crawling with insects. In the end, I was relieved we went – the day was warm and sunny and it was the kind of place Georgia would have gone camping with her mates."



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