All I'm Saying Is

Mystery of Patricia Grainger's Brutal Murder | Cold Case, Murder Mystery

May 26, 2022 Harley Episode 4
All I'm Saying Is
Mystery of Patricia Grainger's Brutal Murder | Cold Case, Murder Mystery
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Patricia Grainger was a 25 year old mother of one. She had learning disabilities and hearing problems. 

Patricia's body was found by a group of young boys playing on Sunday 10th August 1997 at Sheffield Lane Dike, Parsons Cross,sheffield, England. 
 

She had been beaten, strangled, stabbed, sexually assaulted and mutilated. Her body had been concealed by a divan bed base.


The Post Mortem shows she died just 21 hours before her body was found, but she had been missing for 6 days prior to been found. It's still unknown where she'd been staying for those 6 days.


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patricia granger were 25 year old mum of


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one she had learned disabilities and on


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the 10th of august 1997 she was found


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dead she'd been strangled she'd been


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beaten


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it was pretty bad um and that's what


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we're going to cover today there is a


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few disclaimers before we go through


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it's just


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your discretion is advised we don't want


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to like grow some detail but there is


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some


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things that happened here but you might


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not want to be listening to


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so viewer discretion is advised every


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usual disclaimer this is a real life


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story it's a cold case the killer's


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never been found and although it's a


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cold case it is still very active so


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it's important if you share it or you


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comment please do so with sensitivity


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it's that active in case but if you've


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got any information or if you want to


0:48

look up more about this you can head


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over to who killed my mom.com which is a


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site that started back in 2008 in order


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of finding extra information about the


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case


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every time patricia granger also known


1:02

as pat for short were 25 she was just


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over five foot tall medium build with


1:07

dark hair she was living at buchanan


1:09

road in parsons cross sheffield england


1:12

with a five-year-old son and her parents


1:14

patricia had learning disabilities the


1:16

doctor said that she had a mental age of


1:19

about a ten-year-old is thought that she


1:21

had adhd but at the time of a murder it


1:24

hadn't been diagnosed she also had


1:26

earring problems now she was supposed to


1:28

wear a hearing aid but she didn't wear


1:30

it like all the time because of the way


1:32

patricia was she were quite often


1:34

bullied and so were a family


1:36

um and this was by a lot of people it


1:38

wasn't just young kids it was some


1:39

adults as well she'd be sat in front of


1:41

her house and someone walked past and


1:43

spit at her or shouted her um smack her


1:46

insult uh


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and there were no reason for it they


1:49

were just being


1:51

horrible and bullying that that's it


1:54

there's no i nearly swore then there


1:56

were no need for it at all


1:58

that being said anyone that actually


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knew patricia said that she would love


2:01

less she was a lovely woman she never


2:03

wrote a fly she'd talk to anyone about


2:05

gear time of day she'd befriend anyone


2:07

at gear time of day shoots an all-around


2:09

lovely woman


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on sunday the 10th of august 1997


2:14

patricia granger's body was found at


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sheffield lane dyke parsons crossed


2:18

sheffield england for those of you don't


2:21

know a dyke's pretty much a stream


2:23

little river little stream and it's


2:25

designed to hold back floods so there's


2:28

generally fields around and it generally


2:30

goes down quite a bit basically whenever


2:32

there's a flood coming it'll hold the


2:33

water back a bit to stop it from


2:35

flooding further down in this case


2:38

there's a bit of a flood plain uh


2:40

there's a path that goes either side and


2:42

there's also out in a state on either


2:44

side the dike's about one mile away from


2:46

where patricia lived it's essentially


2:48

behind some houses you go down one road


2:51

and there's a rower houses and then it's


2:52

just behind those now this story doesn't


2:55

actually start on the 10th it starts on


2:56

the 4th of august 1997


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and that was the last time patricia's


3:01

family saw her that's six days before


3:04

her body were to be found so on monday


3:07

the 4th of august 1994 patricia's mom


3:10

had formed patricia's sister and said


3:12

that shan't come home


3:14

later on in the investigation a witness


3:16

had come forward to say that they saw


3:18

patricia on the tuesday around the area


3:20

of the dyke where her body was found now


3:22

this wasn't the first time patricia had


3:24

gone missing so there weren't that much


3:26

of a concern they reckon they just find


3:27

a way of friends or we're a boyfriend


3:30

or something like i mean we wanted two


3:32

days she'd usually come home so on


3:34

wednesday when patricia's sister phoned


3:35

back up and found out that patricia


3:37

still weren't home she advised my dad to


3:40

form the police so if he did that they


3:42

got a missing person's report open and


3:45

then patricia's mom and dad went down to


3:46

all patricia's friend's houses seeing if


3:48

they would va they'd cena


3:50

um which of course the adam they went


3:52

around the german area looking see if


3:54

you could find patricia or any evidence


3:56

that she'd been there


3:57

but to absolutely no avail


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on thursday we still haven't heard


4:01

anything but again later on a witness


4:04

came forward and said that yeah i saw a


4:06

northern general on that thursday


4:09

and this would later confirm by cctv


4:11

footage as well for those you're


4:13

wondering northern general is about two


4:15

miles on foot from patricia's house to


4:18

the hospital so it's not that far it's


4:21

not actually traveled the distance it's


4:23

just two miles now it comes to friday


4:25

still no sight of her still no word


4:28

offer and it came up later on in the


4:30

investigation someone came forward and


4:32

said yeah i think i saw where she run


4:34

the whole gate state


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now


4:37

the whole gate of state was via state


4:39

opposite


4:41

the estate she lived on so you've got


4:42

her estate you've got the


4:45

dyke and then you've got another estate


4:47

but obviously it was the whole gator


4:48

state so again she's not far away she's


4:51

only perhaps a mile a mile off away from


4:54

home still nothing on saturday but yet


4:56

again we've got another witness name of


4:58

cena


4:59

on saturday the ninth the day before


5:00

patricia was found a man was seen


5:02

talking to someone who the witness


5:04

believes is patricia she returned to the


5:06

man about 7 45 so quote eight on


5:10

the morning of the saturday the ninth at


5:13

the junction of hull gate crescent and


5:15

hull gate road now that junction is


5:17

basically the entrance to the dyke from


5:20

the opposite side to where she lives so


5:22

you've got


5:23

where patricia lives then you've got the


5:25

dyke and then just as the house in the


5:27

state starts on the other side of the


5:28

dyke


5:29

that entrance is where patricia was or


5:32

at least where she was alleged to have


5:33

been seen the witness says the man she


5:35

was talking to was why aged about 30 it


5:38

was five feet six inch


5:40

with dark


5:42

greased or gelled hair


5:44

up until now that is the last known


5:46

sighting of patricia alive


5:49

so in brief apparently she'd been seen


5:51

on tuesday near the dyke but on thursday


5:54

she'd been seen two miles in the


5:55

opposite direction at the hospital


5:58

then on friday she'd been seen on the


6:00

estate at the other side of the dyke and


6:02

then on saturday she'd been seen at the


6:04

entrance of the dyke and then she was


6:06

found on sunday a witness did come


6:09

forward to say that they saw a


6:10

scruffy-looking man around the dyke


6:13

roughly around the time that


6:16

patricia had been murdered on the 10th


6:18

of august so we've got the right time


6:21

we've got the right place and we've got


6:23

a scruffy looking man in that area this


6:26

witness also said she was scared to walk


6:28

past him the man's hands were in his


6:30

pockets fidgeting he didn't look very


6:33

nice he didn't look very pleasant and he


6:34

gave her a cold stare before walking off


6:37

this woman said he weren't very pleasant


6:39

she didn't want to walk past him she was


6:41

scared a photo of it was created about


6:43

man obviously if you listen on podcast


6:45

you can't see it it is on who killed my


6:47

mama.com but for anyone watching the


6:49

video you'll now be able to see the


6:51

photo of it i'm not sure of the time but


6:54

later on that sunday a group of young


6:56

lads were playing in the fields and


6:58

around the dyke


6:59

when they came across patricia's


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half-naked body laid face down in the


7:03

water her body had been submerged in the


7:05

water by the weight of a divan bed base


7:08

which had obviously been put on top of


7:09

her to conceal her body she had been


7:12

strangled and stabbed and beaten to


7:14

death as well as being mutilated the


7:16

autopsy report shows that she had water


7:18

in her lungs this suggests she was alive


7:21

at the time she was placed at the dyke


7:24

and that also means while she had been


7:25

stabbed sexually abused mutilated


7:29

and beaten she was still alive


7:32

and although the autopsy report shows


7:33

that she'd been beaten around her face


7:35

and around her body as you're covered in


7:37

bruises


7:38

there weren't actually any signs of


7:39

struggle either now because of how


7:41

patricia was this could mean a few


7:43

things it could mean she was too scared


7:45

to fight back but scared of that much


7:47

but she didn't even fight back probably


7:49

doing these awful things to her


7:51

it could also mean that would knocked


7:52

her out before doing these things to her


7:54

so she was still alive she was just


7:55

unconscious


7:56

or it could also mean


7:58

that patricia trusted these people that


8:00

much that


8:02

she thought it was okay she let him do


8:04

it for the most part patricia's family i


8:06

believe that she trusted them and the


8:08

people that did this to her abused a


8:11

trust due to the police wanting to


8:13

protect the public


8:14

from the details of this story um


8:18

and apparently


8:19

protect the investigation because


8:21

letting out could damage the


8:23

investigation it wasn't until 22 years


8:26

later in 2019 the sun revealed the


8:30

extent of what actually happened to


8:32

patricia patricia had been stabbed


8:34

multiple times including stab wounds to


8:36

her neck she'd been strangled she'd been


8:39

raped and she'd been mutilated to the


8:42

extent that they'd removed one of the


8:44

nipples


8:45

and they tried to remove the other


8:47

they'd also cut and mutilated her vagina


8:50

despite the police talking to patricia's


8:52

friends and family and boyfriend and


8:54

other acquaintances


8:56

trying to find out where patricia was


8:58

for that last week of the life


9:00

there has been no information come out


9:02

other than the ones that we've


9:03

previously mentioned so very six full


9:06

days nearly 150 hours worth of time


9:10

but nobody has a clue where she were and


9:12

obviously she had to be somewhere she


9:14

had to be staying somewhere


9:17

but no one's ever come forward to say


9:19

yes you were staying here patricia's


9:21

body has fought to have been in the


9:22

water for 21 hours before it were found


9:25

and a postmortem tests were done to find


9:27

out if she'd been drinking or taking


9:28

drugs and there was no alcohol or drugs


9:31

found in her system at all patricia's


9:34

handbag were missing and the weapon had


9:36

never been recovered


9:38

because it's unknown where patricia was


9:40

staying for that week it's virtually


9:42

impossible to know


9:44

what happened to uh


9:46

the extent of the damages how long she'd


9:48

been suffering for


9:50

so it is a really crucial thing of where


9:52

she was staying


9:54

patricia's son said


9:56

but patricia weren't a small lady


9:58

although she were mentally vulnerable


10:00

she weren't a big lady and she would


10:02

have put up some sort of fight which


10:04

leads him to think that


10:06

whoever did this weren't a small person


10:08

by any means to quite a big person or


10:11

there was more than one person involved


10:13

so after patricia's body had been


10:14

discovered in 1997 two women and a man


10:18

who was arrested they were arrested


10:20

because their accounts of where patricia


10:22

had been staying


10:23

were were varied if they didn't align


10:25

they didn't reconcile properly so a


10:27

police arrested him and said something


10:29

don't you agree on here what actually


10:31

happened


10:32

but that didn't lead to anything all


10:33

three were later released on bail


10:35

pending further investigation also in


10:38

1997 a 45 year old man was remanded in


10:41

custody by sheffield magistrates he was


10:43

charged with patricia's murder but it


10:45

was later released due to a witness


10:47

withdrawing their statement


10:49

withdrawing their statement not much


10:51

happened between then and 2008 so 11


10:55

years later


10:57

two men aged 51 and 59 from sheffield


11:00

were arrested in connection with the


11:01

death of patricia's murder the police


11:04

stated the men were helping police with


11:06

inquiries they were later bailed and the


11:08

bail carried on until april 2009 which


11:12

is five months bearing in mind when they


11:15

were released without charge


11:17

in 2009 the police had a suspect which


11:20

prevented patricia's son from seeking


11:23

help from sources like crimewatch to


11:24

appeal for information


11:26

in july 2010 the police said they were


11:28

doing a few inquiries but it were mainly


11:31

an exercise of eliminating dna and they


11:34

didn't expect any new suspects to come


11:36

from it in august 2012 although not


11:39

publicly released police found two


11:41

partial dnaf profiles from under


11:43

patricia's fingernails one was of a man


11:46

and one was of a woman now it might seem


11:48

at this point like we're moving forward


11:50

but this is where the story takes a


11:51

massive step back in august 2014 police


11:55

discarded all of patricia's items there


11:58

were over 50 items 33 of which were


12:01

clothing including the clothes she were


12:04

wearing at the time i don't know if it


12:06

was then or before then they also


12:09

discarded the divine bed base that they


12:11

found on top of patricia concealing the


12:13

body and they said that they've done


12:16

tests on that but they couldn't ever


12:17

find anything linking it to a murder


12:21

which all right i suppose it might have


12:23

had anything to do with her murder


12:26

but it were on top of concealing the


12:27

body so it


12:29

was linked to the murder


12:31

and if you add that a little bit further


12:33

you could say that she had water in her


12:34

lungs so she didn't actually die until


12:37

she was there at the dyke


12:39

and it could have been the bed that


12:40

stopped her from getting up


12:42

i mean if she if she's been beaten and


12:44

she's been mutilated and she's weak


12:47

is is the possibility that she could


12:49

have fallen away and this bed base


12:51

has held her in place as well as hiding


12:53

a body


12:54

either which way it doesn't matter if


12:56

she'd already died the bed base was on


12:58

top of her


13:00

it's therefore linked


13:01

how is that not linked anyway the police


13:04

said they couldn't find any link it were


13:07

no more


13:08

used to them so they got rid of it now


13:10

if you're thinking that's a bit obscene


13:12

then you're right an investigation in


13:14

2015 the report shows that south


13:17

yorkshire police did mishandle


13:18

patricia's property including 33 items


13:21

of clothing which had been taken from


13:23

her house


13:24

which had never been forensically tested


13:26

this is these are the type of things


13:28

that made her son really annoyed if it


13:31

took 33 items of clothing from


13:33

patricia's house to dna for evidence


13:36

and they never actually tested him or


13:38

anything


13:39

why did he even take him if the police


13:42

at the time thought they were useful


13:44

then why were the litter deemed not


13:46

useful and vice versa he's it's about


13:49

that i just think that's very strange i


13:50

think getting rid of the


13:52

i am the strange


13:54

maybe that


13:55

again not knowing i'm not a forensic


13:57

expert maybe they've stored all the dna


13:59

if that's possible it just seems strange


14:01

to get rid of evidence quite prematurely


14:04

and throughout all this time there has


14:06

also been points where


14:08

the police have been a bit of turmoil


14:09

they got rid of their cold case team


14:11

because they couldn't afford to keep it


14:12

on they're in a bit of financial


14:14

difficulties so south yorkshire police


14:16

got rid of their cold case department


14:18

um and things like that so


14:21

going forward in the long term


14:24

base of this


14:25

is then things that have possibly


14:28

hindered this case so far


14:30

but the


14:31

my eyes and patricia's family eyes


14:35

the thing that's hidden in this case so


14:37

much is not knowing where she were


14:39

somebody somewhere


14:41

must know where patricia was that week


14:45

where she was staying who she'd been


14:46

talking to


14:47

something there is some information out


14:49

there somebody knows it it can't just be


14:51

the murderer that knows that


14:53

but that is the problem it's now been 25


14:55

years and that's all the information we


14:57

have there is a massive jigsaw puzzle


15:00

piece missing out of this


15:02

and that even a little part of that


15:03

jigsaw puzzle piece could make up the


15:05

picture of what happened or who did it


15:07

or even where things happened and where


15:10

things happened could then eventually


15:11

lead to blood that had been found


15:13

somewhere which


15:15

dna and


15:16

it's


15:17

so frustrating that there is such a big


15:19

chunk of this missing if it were a


15:21

little chunk you could understand that


15:23

no one's seen it but you're such a big


15:25

chunk somebody has to have seen it


15:27

somewhere somebody has to know something


15:30

due to privacy laws in the uk and i am


15:33

an advocate privileged before anyone


15:35

says anything um but due to privacy laws


15:37

in the uk we we don't know i don't know


15:40

the identity of the people that were


15:43

arrested and


15:44

so and so forth um which is a bit of a


15:47

shame because it's quite interesting


15:48

that under patricia's fingernails had


15:51

been dna of a man and dna of a woman


15:54

found and there were a man and a woman


15:55

that had been arrested or two men and a


15:57

woman


15:58

uh that had been arrested it'd be


16:00

interesting to find out if they were the


16:01

same people because obviously if they


16:03

are then we've got a good suspect here


16:06

and there's more questions why give the


16:08

person that withdraw the statement that


16:10

got that man out of prison or


16:13

prevented that man from going to prison


16:15

why did that person would have drove a


16:16

statement what was the statement


16:19

it's it's absolutely


16:21

mind-blowing it just doesn't make sense


16:23

there is so much to know about this but


16:26

so little available


16:28

and i don't mean to be repetitive there


16:29

are so many questions


16:31

and there's only really two questions


16:32

that patricia's family are asking


16:34

there's only two things that patricia's


16:36

family want to know and they are did


16:38

anyone see patricia in or around the


16:40

northern general area on thursday the


16:43

7th of august


16:46

again there's not enough information to


16:48

say what you were doing there who she


16:49

were we where she'd come from where she


16:51

was going


16:52

um and then the next question is where


16:54

did she stay from the 6th to the 10th of


16:56

august 1997 it's still unknown but she


17:00

must have stayed somewhere


17:02

now that's pretty much everything in


17:03

regards to the case but there's a few


17:05

things i want to mention first of all


17:07

there are a lot of cold cases in


17:09

sheffield and even more in the broader


17:11

counter of south yorkshire patricia's


17:14

son posted a list onto who killed my


17:16

mom.com in 2016 and from that list there


17:20

is 14 cold cases in south yorkshire


17:23

ranging from 10 years before in 10 years


17:25

after out of them 14 cold cases seven of


17:28

which are females


17:30

in my head knowing the things i know


17:32

about people like the yorkshire ripper


17:35

surely it is important to look at them


17:37

cases closely


17:39

surely this person that's done this


17:41

thing


17:42

hasn't just done it once


17:45

and like patricia's son says on quite a


17:47

few occasions whoever this sick sick


17:50

person was


17:52

to be that sick they must have done it


17:54

before or they'll do it again


17:57

and like if you said i completely agree


17:59

it's rather a murder that's sexually


18:01

motivated or involves mutilation as this


18:04

does both


18:06

is extremely rare for that to be an


18:07

isolated incident and to know that the


18:10

seven female cold cases within 20-year


18:13

window


18:14

of that broader vicinity


18:16

that's quite worrying


18:18

it could very easily be


18:21

one of many


18:22

and i i genuinely personally think that


18:25

it is likely that whoever did this has


18:28

done more


18:29

and to think it's only been 25 years i


18:32

said only with caution because obviously


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for patricia's family this is a hell of


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a long time


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but


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it's only been 25 years meaning if this


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person referred to when they did it that


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person is now 55


18:45

if this person were 50 and they're now


18:47

75 the chances are this person is still


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alive


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um


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and if they're still alive they're still


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walking the streets but still very


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dangerous


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that is super scary and super worrying


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and that's before we even mention the


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right and wrong with justice and


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the


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closure for patricia's son and


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patricia's family in patricia it is just


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so far beyond wrong


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that an incident of this


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level


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we haven't got anywhere to and maybe


19:21

it's because the details of the crime


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weren't pushed enough


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maybe the the community didn't think it


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was that bad someone's been murdered


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as patricia's son says that's quite easy


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to say or someone's been murdered


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but when it's someone that you know or


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it's when you know the severity of what


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that person did


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then


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it makes everything a lot different


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and not to me


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but it does to people in general


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finally i need to praise patricia's son


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when this happened he was just five


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years old he didn't quite understand


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what happened as far as he knew his mom


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had gone to heaven seven years later


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when he's roughly about 13 he starts to


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understand a bit more he starts to learn


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a bit more


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but his mum has been taken from him and


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understandably this puts him in this


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massive


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pit of depression and anxiety locking


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himself in his room but luckily for this


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young man his auntie were nearby


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she talked to him and she helped him


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through that rough patch three years


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later when he was 16 he decided he just


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couldn't sit by anymore he had to do


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something he had to find the answers so


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he started who killedmymom.com if


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anything starting who killmymom.com


20:34

this fueled his fight for answers


20:36

but it hasn't been an easy fight for him


20:38

by any stretch of imagination he's had


20:40

to keep nudging the police constantly if


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you read through his blog post on who


20:45

killedmom.com it is full of them going


20:48

come on guys please investigate


20:50

investigate carry on don't give in and


20:52

he's doing that constantly if you're


20:55

having to nudge them to refer to put it


20:56

on crime watch which they were very


20:58

hesitant to do for a long time raising


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money to put forward for information


21:03

rewards in fact then he had to fight the


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police to make it an official reward


21:08

scheme which had to go through the crime


21:10

watch that alone took about two years


21:12

after he got the money every year he


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rallies the media together to bring


21:17

attention to his mom's case on her


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anniversary and at one point you were


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putting flyers up posters up a4 print


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and they were putting them on bus stops


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and everything appealing from


21:26

information but the transport service


21:28

reported him to the police and the


21:30

police came and told him he had to stop


21:32

but in the face of having to constantly


21:34

fight for help from people that were


21:36

supposed to already be helping him he


21:38

never got bitter he never got resentful


21:40

for the police or the media he stayed


21:42

humble he stayed polite and off the


21:45

poster incident even went on to


21:46

apologize to the transport service for


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doing the posters


21:51

and throughout all this he has managed


21:54

people have said to him dude you need to


21:57

get on with your why aren't you getting


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on with your life


22:00

and obviously his answer i can't until i


22:02

find justice but he has got on with his


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life at 16 when he started versailles it


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was going to college


22:09

this guy is amazing he is an absolute


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inspiration for so many people


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um


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i want to give my praise to that and i


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really do


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hope he finds the answers


22:21

now i've read and watched every single


22:23

piece of information on who killed


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mymom.com and there's a lottery


22:29

and it were all written and made by


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patricia's son


22:32

and that made this entire investigative


22:34

journey


22:35

a lot more heartbreaking


22:37

and a lot more harder to do so i thought


22:40

it was only fair


22:41

to end


22:43

this video


22:44

instead of using my usual plea for help


22:46

and we read a quote that he'd put on the


22:48

website that echoes my intentions and


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hopes


22:51

for this case


22:53

i hope that because of advances in


22:55

science and technology and with the help


22:57

of a public one day of a killer can be


22:59

found


23:00

i hope someone out there will come


23:02

forward to help put my mom's killer away


23:04

and let her rest in peace and allow


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myself and my family to continue living


23:08

the best we can


23:10

what happened to my mom


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has not only taken away her life


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but taking part in mine and my family's


23:17

too by means of grief stress depression


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anxiety


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and then in another quote he wrote


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all i have for you is here if it takes


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me till i die i will find you i promise


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so there we go if you have any


23:33

information at all please visit who


23:36

killedmymom.com patricia sun has also


23:38

set up a facebook page a twitter page


23:40

instagram page and youtube channel all


23:42

of the above have information on the


23:44

crime reference number contact details


23:46

for the crime stoppers and the police


23:48

and even patricia's son if need be


23:52

now please do share this video or


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podcast


23:55

however you listen to this please do


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share it


23:59

the way i see it every time you share it


24:01

more people watch it which will


24:03

potentially refresh more people's minds


24:06

and it just increases the chances of us


24:08

getting some crucial information that


24:10

could help patricia's family and the


24:13

police and the crime stoppers sold this


24:15

case so please do share it also head


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over to


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allkildmymom.com to find out more


24:22

information


24:23

i think i don't know if it's still there


24:24

there is also a message board where you


24:26

can put a message up to daniel in an


24:28

open way so everyone can read it


24:30

on the flip side of things if you


24:32

enjoyed this please do subscribe to my


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um


24:41

thank you very much thumbs up and please


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do share it


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until next week guys