Mother waits with hope of seeing justice


14 April 2001
Yorkshire Post

Twenty-five years after the murder of her 11-year-old daughter Lesley Molseed, April Garrett tells Robert Sutcliffe that recent police moves to find the killer means she can now see light at the end of the tunnel. Lesley Molseed was a born fighter. As a baby she underwent the trauma of open heart surgery and spent her first year in a Glasswegian hospital battling for survival. Her mother, April Garrett, recalls that she left the hospital a year later, the same weight, 7lb 4oz, as when she was born. She won that battle and grew up enjoying everything life had to offer. But her courage was no protection against the merciless brutality of an unknown assassin who stabbed her to death on a remote moor 25 years ago.
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