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Mother jailed for life for murdering son Logan Mwangi loses High Court bid to overturn conviction


A mother who murdered her five-year-old son has lost a High Court bid to overturn her conviction today.

Angharad Williamson, 31, was jailed for life with a minimum of 28 years for murdering her son Logan Mwangi after he was brutally killed in his family home.

But Williamson denied her role in the murder and the subsequent cover up of his death. She applied to the High Court for leave to appeal.

Williamson’s partner John Cole, 41, and stepson Craig Mulligan, 14, were also convicted of the murder of little Logan.

Angharad Williamson (pictured), 31, was jailed for life with a minimum of 28 years for murdering her son Logan Mwangi after he was brutally killed in his family home

Angharad Williamson (pictured), 31, was jailed for life with a minimum of 28 years for murdering her son Logan Mwangi after he was brutally killed in his family home

But Williamson denied her role in the murder and the subsequent cover up of his death . She applied to the High Court for leave to appeal. Pictured: Logan

But Williamson denied her role in the murder and the subsequent cover up of his death . She applied to the High Court for leave to appeal. Pictured: Logan

Her barrister Peter Rouch KC told the hearing that evidence relating to Cole’s previous convictions and racist past should have been admitted…



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