|Jenny Jones and kids found|
|News - Community News|
|Wednesday, 17 October 2012 12:35|
Reports have come in that Jennifer Jones, her partner John Williams and her children Jessica 14, Tomas 12, Eva 9 and David Palacin Jones 8 were located somewhere in Gwent at around 11 am today.
Read the original article here. All airports and ports had been put on alert as it was thought that she might try and leave the country. The story has also generated national interest with many of the daily newspapers running articles and ITV cameras allegedly camped outside Llanelli Police Station.
A spokeswoman from Dyfed Powys Police said: "We can confirm that the four children missing from the Llanelli area were found in the Gwent area just after 11am this morning.
"Police and local authority are now working together with family members to ensure the on-going safety of the children."
However, support for Jennifer continues to grow and The Jennifer Jones and her Children need your Help Facebook page has doubled its number of likes with many people offering words of support and encouragement.
One post from the page says:
There is a legal issue here of course. The father wants his children back in Spain. Jenny wants her children with her in Wales. Ok, stalemate. The adult world can't sort this, so why not ask the children?
Their depositions were ignored in the High Court. Quite simply, they want to stay with their Mum in the country of their birth where they are happy and settled. Why did the courts ignore this simple fact? Children have human rights too.
Her sister Elaine Roberts, 57 had told The Telegraph that: "She has taken the children away to protect them - they are quite safe."
"I don't know where they are, I was as shocked as everyone else when I heard she had left with the children."
"She has done it out of desperation - the children were crying because they don't want to go back to their father in Spain."
The whereabouts of Jennifer, her partner and children are unknown at the moment but another hearing is due to be held before Mr Justice Roderic Wood at the Royal Courts of Justice today (Wednesday at 14:00).
It is unknown whether Jennifer would be allowed to attend.
|Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 October 2012 12:47|