Logan Mwangi: Killer mum filmed saying ‘it’s all my fault’ just hours after son’s murder


Angharad Williamson was caught on body-cam footage pretending not to know what had happened to Logan after police officers recovered his catastrophically injured body just 400 yards from their home

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Logan Mwangi: Police footage shows events on morning of death

Harrowing footage from a police body camera shows the dramatic moment lying mum Angharad Williamson said “it’s all my fault” just hours after her son’s death.

The 31-year-old, found guilty of murdering Logan Mwangi today, pretended not to know what had happened to her little boy, demanding to see him after police officers recovered his body just 400 yards from their home.

Little Logan, five, was found in the River Ogmore in Sarn, south Wales, in July last year with injuries similar to those of 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.







Body cam footage with Angharad Williamson after Logan went missing
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He had been dumped in the river in the dead of night just hours earlier by Williams’s cruel partner John Cole, 40.

The body-cam footage was filmed in the porch of her home and was taken a short time after the alarm was raised by Angharad herself in a dramatic to 999 call at 5:46am on Saturday, July 31.

In the video a seemingly emotional Williams demands to see her son, whose battered body has just been found in the river and taken to hospital.

Although police suspected he was dead they had not yet confirmed that to Williams.







Angharad Williamson pretended not to know what had happened to her little boy
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As the officer attempts to soothe Williams she snaps at him through crocodile tears shouting: “If he’s unconscious he needs me, he needs warm clothes, he needs mum. I feel so useless.”

She then holds her head in her hand and perhaps tellingly says: “This is all my fault.”

In other body-cam footage shot inside the house earlier by police officers an emotional Williams is consoled by Cole after being told her son had been found unconscious in the river – even though they both knew Cole had dumped him there.

The pair perform for the camera in the kitchen as the police officer watches on calmly.







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
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Little Logan Mwangi was found with 56 external injuries after being systematically abused at his family home
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Williams rages while pointing at Cole: “Why am I not allowed to see my biological son? He is unconscious, why is he unconscious?

Cole, fresh from cleaning himself up after dumping Logan in the river, responds: “Listen, I don’t know, I don’t know” before Williams interrupts him shouting while curling up into a ball on the floor: “All I am getting is answers like this why is no one telling me what is going on?”

Cole answers that he doesn’t know before trying to console the seemingly crying Williams on the kitchen floor.

Little Logan was found wearing only mismatched pajamas in the river by police a short time later – he was confirmed dead later in hospital.







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Police arrested Williamson, Cole and an 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.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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