Ma van vermoorde Libby Squire wil met haar verdorwe moordenaar gesels

‘How did my daughter die?’: Mother of murdered Libby Squire wants to face-to-face chat with her depraved killer to ask what her ‘last words wereand find out happened on night he took her life

  • Lisa Squire’s eldest daughter Libby, 21, was raped and murdered in 2019 in Hull
  • Libby was murdered by Polish butcher and married father-of-two Pawel Relowicz
  • Ma, 51, is ready to meet Libby’s killer because she has unanswered questions
  • Killer Relowicz was jailed for life with a minimum term of 27 years last February
  • Maternity ward nurse wants to sit opposite Relowicz and ask ‘how daughter died
  • The mother of a student who was raped and murdered on a night out three years ago has admitted she wants to have a face-to-face chat with her daughter’s killer so she can finally ‘get answers’.

    Lisa Squire, 51, van High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, tragically lost her eldest daughter Libby in February 2019 when she was murdered by Polish butcher Pawel Relowicz, 26.

    She has now revealed she finally feels strong enough to find out what happened during Libby’s final moments and wants to speak to the twisted killer in person.

    The maternity ward nurse has been tormented by unanswered questions about her daughter’s death for three years and wants to ask Relowicz what her ‘last words were’.

    Lisa Squire, 51, van High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, tragically lost her eldest daughter Libby (op die foto) in Februarie 2019 when she was murdered by Polish butcher Pawel Relowicz, 26

    Lisa Squire, 51, van High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, tragically lost her eldest daughter Libby (op die foto) in Februarie 2019 when she was murdered by Polish butcher Pawel Relowicz, 26

    She has now revealed she feels strong enough to find out what happened during Libby's final moments and wants to speak to the depraved killer in person. Op die foto: Lisa and Russell Squire

    She has now revealed she feels strong enough to find out what happened during Libby’s final moments and wants to speak to the depraved killer in person. Op die foto: Lisa and Russell Squire

    Libby was targeted by Relowicz (op die foto), who had a history of spying on female students and was on the prowl looking for a vulnerable victim

    Libby was targeted by Relowicz (op die foto), who had a history of spying on female students and was on the prowl looking for a vulnerable victim

    Mrs Squire said: ‘I’d like to sit at a table opposite him and have a cup of coffee with him. I really would.

    ‘I want to know what happened that night. I still don’t know what happened. What were Libby’s last words? How did she die? Did you hit her?’

    Praat met Die spieël, het sy bygevoeg: ‘I want him to have to look at me.

    On the night she disappeared, Relowicz, a married father of twowho had carried out a string of other sexually-motivated crimes in the months leading up to his attack on Libbyhad been searching for women to prey on.

    Libby was a philosophy student in Hull and was last seen sitting on a park bench after becoming separated from her friends and refused entry in a nightclub in the early hours of February 1, 2019.

    She was targeted by Relowicz, who had a history of spying on female students and was on the prowl looking for a vulnerable victim.

    He lured her into his car and drove her to a nearby park, where he raped her before dragging her body to the freezing water of the River Hull. Her body was later discovered in the Hull estuary seven weeks after she went missing.

    In February last year, Relowicz was jailed for life with a minimum term of 27 years and is currently behind bars at high-security HMP Wakefield.

    Since Libby’s death, Mrs Squire has lobbied politicans for tougher measures on low-level sex offenders to prevent more serious crimes from being committed.

    Mrs Squire, who also has three teenage children, previously urged people to report all non-contact ‘minoroffences to the police in a bid to stop other twisted killers like Relowicz causing more misery.

    Since Libby's death, Mrs Squire has lobbied politicans for tougher measures on low-level sex offenders to prevent more serious crimes from being committed

    Since Libby’s death, Mrs Squire has lobbied politicans for tougher measures on low-level sex offenders to prevent more serious crimes from being committed

    Sy het gese: ‘I know Libby was flashed at, a few weeks or months before she died. It happened after a night out around November time. I’m not sure exactly when.

    ‘She told him to ‘p**s off’ basies, and berated him.

    ‘I said to her ‘you should really report it’ en sy het gesê “Oh mum, I gave him a mouthful and told him what a pathetic human being he was.But she didn’t report it.

    ‘And that absolutely haunts me now because likely or not that was him.

    Lisa said she wants to see an early intervention along with education in school on the subject of flashing and sexual harassment.

    Her younger 19-year-old daughter Beth is also due to go to university this September.

    She spoke to her about the importance of reporting minor crimes, warning that each time the person flashes it could go ‘a bit furthereach time.

    ‘By reporting it, you are hopefully stopping the next person being attacked by this man,’ het sy bygevoeg.