Katrina Evemy murder: Petition over Dylan Harries Facebook profile

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Miss Evemy’s family pronounced Harries’ Facebook form is a “constant reminder” of a monster

The family of a immature mom have petitioned Facebook to have “all ties to her murderer” private from a site.

Dylan Harries was jailed for life final month for a “merciless” murdering of Katrina Evemy in Llanelli, Carmarthenshire.

Amanda Dewsnap pronounced it done her indignant to see her daughter in his “loving couple” form design and his standing observant they were still in a relationship.

Facebook pronounced it was investigating.

Harries stabbed Miss Evemy, 19, in front of her 22-month-old daughter during their home in Graig Avenue on 13 April.

He denied murder though was found guilty by a jury during Swansea Crown Court and was jailed for a smallest of 27 years.

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Katrina Evemy died from gash wounds 6 days after a attack

Mrs Dewsnap pronounced Harries’ form design of a span pops adult whenever she goes on Facebook.

“It’s harmful adequate that she has been murdered by him though his design shows he still has a reason on her,” she said.

She pronounced a family had contacted Facebook requesting a design and attribute standing be removed, though had perceived no response to date.


It has stirred a petition that has perceived roughly 6,000 signatures.

It said: “His [Harries’] Facebook form design is a consistent sign of a beast still carrying energy over his late plant that he rigourously stole from a lives.”

Mrs Dewsnap pronounced his judgment would concede him to “have another life when he got out” though her daughter was left forever.

“No time would have been adequate for him,” she said.

“The whole family have been left ravaged and we only don’t know a outcome it’s going to have on Katrina’s daughter.”

A orator from a amicable media site said: “We know a upsetting inlet of this emanate and we are now questioning this as a matter of urgency.”