Family of murdered PCSO asks ‘where’s the huge outrage’ one week after her death

Pictures of Julia James and flowers left at the scene.

Mrs James, 53, was found dead in a woodland near Canterbury a week ago today (Picture: SWNS; PA)

A relative of murdered PCSO Julia James has hit out at the lack of uproar following her death a week ago.

Mrs James, 53, was found dead in a woodland near Canterbury last Tuesday after she went to take her Jack Russell for a walk. A murder investigation was then opened, but no arrests have been made.

Samantha Griffin, Mrs James’ cousin, took to Facebook this week to question why there hadn’t been a ‘huge outrage’ over the murder. It comes less than two months murdered Sarah Everard’s body was found just 25 miles away in Great Chart, Kent. 

Ms Griffin wrote: ‘Where is the uproar about my beautiful cousin? Where is the huge outrage and pouring of despair? Where are the vigils and protests about her murder?

‘She was walking her dog, near her home. Thats all […] and somebody must know something about what happened!

‘The person who did this, is walking our streets and your communities… so let’s stand up and make sure we swamp social media with her beautiful face in the hope that we can get information or the vile human who did this decides to hold their hands up. Our family, her friends and colleagues will not rest.’

There are currently no suspects in the murder investigation (Picture: SWNS)

Samantha Griffin questioned where the ‘huge outrage’ for her cousin’s death was (Picture: Facebook)

This evening Mrs James’ daughter Bethan Coles asked people to light a candle and place it on their doorsteps at 7pm in memory of her mum.

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She stated that many had wanted to hold a vigil, but she thought such an event would need policing and …read more

Source:: Metro News

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