The mother of murder victim, Kimberly Williams deLeon, declaring that she has high hopes, has expressed confidence in Saint Lucia police as they try to crack the case in which her daughter was shot dead on October 29 last year.
“My hopes are very high. However it’s not me – it’s the police. They have to do their job. I have confidence in them yes. The problem I have is the way they’re handling the situation,” Mary Williams said Wednesday night.
She was Timothy Poleon’s Guest on the DBS Television programme – Newsmaker Live.
“It is not that I don’t have confidence. I know there is process – a process to follow of course; but they are dragging their feet and it’s like – it’s a while I haven’t heard anything from them,” the mother lamented.
“I have to make that move to hear. I am sick and tired of doing that because every time I go, I hear something different,” she explained.
“So who do I believe? What do I believe? I am in the dark. I know there are things they cannot tell me; but update me – tell me something. But I have to make that move. It’s okay. If I have to walk up there 10 times a day to get updates, I will do it,” Mary Williams asserted.
But she told Journalist Timothy Poleon that she is not getting ‘anything concrete” or ‘satisfactory’.
“There is process I know, but when you call and when I come to you and you say that you have the results – you will give an update, but by the time I get back to you then something is missing – it has to be mailed to you. You just said you had the results; you did not say you had part – everything came back and you will give an update. It’s about a month but I am hearing nothing,” Williams disclosed.
Speaking about the murder of her only daughter, she said at times she tells herself that it was not real and did not happen
“Sometimes I feel so angry – very, very angry,” Williams explained.
“Because nobody has been caught. I don’t know who did it. I want to know who did it. I want to know why you have taken my only daughter away,” she said.
Williams said finding the answer to who was responsible for the death of her 42-year old daughter and why the woman was murdered would bring some degree of closure.
“The answers will not bring total closure, but you will feel a little better knowing that this person is caught and held responsible. It will fill a little void,” she observed.
Kimberly Williams deLeon, the mother of two minor children, was killed by a single gunshot to the head at her home at Chef Harry Drive, Morne Fortune.