Where to watch The Murder of Logan Mwangi documentary?

On Monday, August 28, 2023, the documentary “The Murder Of Logan Mwangi” aired on TVNZ at 9:30 p.m. This documentary has been in the talks of the people since it aired on television. People have been left harrowed after watching this documentary. People are scrambling to the web to know more about Logan Mwangi. If you could not watch this documentary due to your busy schedule, you are advised to read this column as we have brought this article to tell you what happened to Logan Mwangi. Follow this article till the end for more details. Scroll down the page.

The Murder Of Logan Mwangi

Where to watch The Murder of Logan Mwangi documentary?

The heart-wrenching documentary “The Murder Of Logan Mwangi” starts with the scene in which Angharad Williamson who is a resident of Wales, screams the name of her missing son on an emergency call. This story dates back to 2021 when Williamson dialed the emergency number to report that her son Logan Mwangi had gone missing. After some time, the missing boy was found dead. You would be left stunned and harrowed after knowing the names of the convicts. Kindly shift to the next section and read more details.

After one year of Logan Mwangi’s death, the culprits were convicted. Logan’s mother Angharad Williamson, his step-father John Cole, and stepbrother Craig Mulligan were found guilty of Logan’s murder. Shockingly, Logan’s step-brother Craig Mulligan who was also convicted, was just 13 years of age at that time. The jury gave them life sentences with a minimum serving of 15 years to Craig, 28 years to Williamson, and 29 years to Cole. Notably, the murder of Logan Mwangi gives an important watch without any entertainment. The documentary shows how the small child was killed horrifically. Here is the forewarning if you are willing to watch the series, it is extremely difficult to watch and impossible to turn away from. Swipe down the page and read more details.

The documentary follows the investigation that started when Logan was reported missing which led to the arrests of three family members who abused the child for months before killing him. The missing child was later found dead a few hundred meters away from his house in a riverbed. Initially, the death of the little boy was unexplainable. But later the autopsy report unfolded some secrets linked to his death. According to a pathology report, Logan had injuries to his abdomen and brain. His body also had several bruises as well. Swipe down the page and read more details.

After knowing the conclusion of the investigation, it was frustratingly very hard to watch the vile behavior of Williamson. The Logan’s body was found on July 31 submerged in the River Ogmore in Bridgend, South Wales, just 250 yards from his home. The little boy was in his dinosaur pajama bottoms and Spider-Man top. Footage of the incarcerated Logan’s mother was shown in the documentary. In the video, she is trying to deceive the police by defending her decision to grab Logan by the arms and saying, ‘I’ve grabbed my son in the past. I’ve held him and said ‘Stop f*cking telling lies.’ Scroll down the page and read more details.

Dr. Cliff Lansley who is a body language expert, said she was faking it, the signs of her guilt include her dry sniffs that were apparent. The body language expert said, ‘She’s reliving some physical moments that she’s had in the past. And this happens because, when we’re telling lies, we’re fabricating a story, which is not easy, but we’ve also got to suppress the truth inside.’

Lianne Rees and Mark O’Shea, are the two investigation officers who were determined to find the truth behind the murder of the child. One of the two investigation officers said, “The death of this child has definitely damaged my soul,” While the biological father of the little child, Ben Mwangi had been completely restrained by Williamson to see his son. Logan would be alive if the child would get medical attention even after he sustained injuries. But the little boy was abandoned to die harrowingly. As mentioned, his body was found with several external injuries and bruises, he suffered 56 external cuts and bruises, and ‘catastrophic’ internal injuries likened to a high-speed road accident, caused by a ‘brutal and sustained assault’ in the hours, or days, prior to his death. Continue reading this article for more details.

In March 2021, Logan was placed on the Child Protective but he was removed a month before his murder. A social worker also visited Logan’s house to meet him but he could not meet him as he was told that Logan was Covid-19 positive. The biological father of Logan makes heartbreaking comments at the end of the documentary. He says, “My lasting memory of him was a happy little boy who called me Daddy.” Stay tuned to this website for more details and further updates.

Amzad Khan

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