- Lisa Squire prepares to meet the sexual predator who murdered her daughter
- Pawel Relowicz was convicted of the murder of philosophy student Libby Squire in 2019
- Libby’s mother Lisa says she is ‘thankful’ to Relowicz for agreeing to meet her
The mother of Libby Squire, who was raped and murdered one night later, has said she is ‘really grateful’ for agreeing to meet with her daughter’s assailant to ask her how she had killed him. hit.
Lisa Squire prepares to meet the sexual predator who killed her eldest 21-year-old daughter, Libby, in Hull in 2019.
Polish butcher Pawel Relowicz, 26, was convicted of murdering a philosophy student he chanted at him after going out with friends.
Mrs Squire said she was ‘grateful’ to Relowicz, who has so far agreed to speak to her – as she did not expect him to say yes.
Libby’s mother described Relowicz as braver than herself to accept the proposed meeting, ‘It must be incredibly difficult to sit at the table with the woman whose daughter you killed.’
Mrs. Squire said it’It is extremely difficult to know how your child died’, adding ‘ho’ as it appeared on Good Morning Britain todayI am the only person who can tell me this.’
Libby Squire’s mother Lisa told GMB presenters Ben Shepherd and Kate Garraway that she was ‘grateful’ to her daughter’s killer after she agreed to speak to him.
Libby goes missing during a night out with friends from the University in Hull in January 2019
Pavel Relowicz, 26, was on the hunt for a vulnerable victim when he killed Libby on February 1, 2019.
Libby’s mother told presenters Ben Shepherd and Kate Garraway: ‘For me, it’s about respecting and knowing her. I feel like if I don’t find out, I’m kind of disappointing him.
‘My other three children too – it would be better if I could tell them that this happened. This is the end of his life and that is important to know.’
Mrs Squire said she was ‘not as harassed about it’ as she was ‘in the early days’.
‘I don’t really think about him much’ [Relowicz] Which has been a conscious choice because you can go down a very dark path and that’s enough to deal with without even having to,’ she said.
‘But I was really grateful that he said yes because when I first started this process I thought he was not going to do it because he showed no remorse in court.
Ms Squire said she was ‘grateful’ for agreeing to meet to speak with Relovicz – as she did not expect him to say yes
‘I am really very grateful that he is looking into it and has said yes till now.
‘Doing this will get him nothing, he will get no reduction in punishment – he is still young enough, really young enough to be my son and it must be incredibly difficult to sit at the table with the woman whose daughter you have killed
‘So it’s brave enough for him. People say it’s braver than me but I think it’s probably braver than it actually is.’
Mrs Squire has said before: ‘I don’t hate him, I really don’t. I find anger and hatred incredibly exhausting, so I choose not to go down that path. Just trying to engage in life without Libby is hard enough and there are days when I don’t want to mom my other three kids, or go to work, or walk the dog. I just want to add beauty to my Libby world.
‘Grief can be all-consuming. So if I hate to fight the tops that it will just be an extra layer of s***; Too much to face.’
Relowicz, now serving a 27-year sentence for his heinous crimes, has always denied his guilt.
Libby’s mother said, ‘It is very difficult to know how your child died’
Lisa Squire has previously said that she fears no lessons have been learned since the rape and murder of her daughter (pictured together) in 2019.
Libby goes missing during a night out with friends from the university in Hull. She went to a nightclub, but the doorman considered her too drunk to be admitted. His friends put him in a taxi, paid the fare and instructed to take him home.
But when the driver dropped her off at her shared student home, she wandered off into the cold, snowy night and became hypothermic, confused and tearful. She was in this vulnerable position when Relowicz pounced.
Her body had been submerged for so long, seven weeks before it was removed from the Humber Estuary, that pathologists were unable to determine the cause of her death.
No date has yet been set for Lisa’s meeting with Rilowicz, arranged through a restorative justice charity, and although he has said he does not want to talk about the night he Libby had been killed, Lisa had previously said: ‘I will wear her down at the end. I will keep going till I find out.’
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