Mum pleads for murderer Christopher Halliwell to tell truth about Rebecca Godden
THE mother of a woman killed by taxi driver Christopher Halliwell has written a letter to the recently jailed murderer, begging him to confess to ending her daughter's life.
Karen Edwards called on Halliwell to "tell the truth" about what had happened to Rebecca Godden, who was last seen alive a decade ago.
Her remains were found last year when Halliwell led police to her burial site, in a field at Eastleach.
The Swindon taxi driver confessed to killing her after admitting responsibility for the death of 22-year-old office worker Sian O'Callaghan, ending a five-day missing person investigation.
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But while there was considerable evidence against Halliwell for Miss O'Callaghan's murder, his confession to killing Miss Godden was ruled inadmissible because it was gleaned before police had cautioned Halliwell.
He has refused to admit anything since.