Wicked Angharad Williamson attempted to distract police before her son Logan Mwangi, five, was found in the River Ogmore in Sarn, South Wales, in July last year
The devious 999 call in which monster mum Angharad Williamson pretends not to know what has happened to her son Logan Mwangi can now be revealed.
The dramatic phone call, made to South Wales police at 5:46am on Saturday, July 31 last year, sounds like any terrified mum who had just lost a child.
But scheming Williamson, 31, who admitted covering up the cruel abuse her son had endured from her and partner John Cole puts on the performance of her life in an attempt to with the concerned call handler.
Logan Mwangi, five, was found in the River Ogmore in Sarn, south Wales, in July last year with injuries similar to those in a high-speed car crash.
The youngster had suffered more than 56 external injuries, as well as horrific internal wounds – including a large tear to his liver and one to his bowel.
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He was dumped in the river in the dead of night by his brutal step-dad Cole, 40.
In the call, just hours after Logan has been left in the river, Williamson can be heard pretending to cry and hyperventilate.
She seems like any distressed mother about to break down even though she knew her little lay dead just 400 yards away from their home in Sarn, south Wales.
In the harrowing call she can be heard screaming “Please, please help me” as she explains her son is “not here” before being asked to take a breath by the sympathetic 999 operator.
Seemingly struggling to breathe Williamson manages to blurt out her address before finally explaining her little five-year-old son Logan Mwangi had gone missing.
She says though crocodile tears: “My son, my baby, he’s not here.
“I tucked him into bed last night and I’ve just got up for my son and the other one’s not here.”
She then screams “Logan, Logan, Logan” at the top of her voice while the police call handler attempts to calm her down while Williamson squeals: “Where is he?
“Help me please, he is a little mixed race boy, he’s just got his spidey pajamas on”
The highly trained operator then changes tack and asks Williamson if anybody else is there at which point Williamson claims her partner John Cole was out looking for him even though she knew he had already disposed of Logan’s battered body hours earlier.
Williamson then makes a dramatic plot of explaining her back gate is open before finally taking a breath to give the police her name as she seemingly searches for Logan at the back of her house.
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She then gives the police Cole’s name before chillingly describing him as “step-dad, but virtually dad.”
Little Logan was found wearing only mis-matched pajamas in the river by police a short time later – he was confirmed dead later in hospital.
Police arrested Williamson, Cole and the unnamed 14-year-old youth the very next day.
During her trial Williamson was described by the prosecution as a “liar who will try any stunt to avoid her true personality being on display”, and who “had been exposed by the trial process as being a selfish women whose only interests are protective for herself “.
Indeed she admitted she lied to detectives investigating her son’s death in order to protect herself.
She failed to tell officers of an attack on Logan by her partner Cole, and the unidentified teen 14- two days before his death, until her fifth police interview.
She claimed she was too scared and selfish to do so and later admitted to the jury she was a “shit mother” to her son Logan by not allowing him out of his “dungeon-like” room in the days leading up to his tragic death.