Who is April Jones’ father, Paul?

The disappearance of APRIL Jones has been one of Britain’s biggest police investigations.

In the years since his death in 2012, family members have spoken of the traumatic ordeal.


Paul Jones doesn’t remember his daughter’s death in 2012 from a rare brain condition

Who is April Jones’ father, Paul?

Paul Jones is the father of April Jonesa five-year-old girl who was murdered in Wales in 2012.

Jones suffers from encephalitis, which is an inflammation of the brain.

He suffered severe memory loss because of it and cannot remember large parts of his life.

The condition was caused by a cold sore, which developed while training for a triathlon.

That means he also doesn’t remember his daughter being murdered in 2012.

Who Killed April Jones?

April Jones was murdered by Marc Bridger in 2012.

The exact time of his death is unknown as his body has not yet been discovered.

What is known is that she disappeared on October 1, 2012 and witnesses reported seeing her getting into a Land Rover.

Bridger has been charged with the murder and kidnapping of April Jones, as well as perverting the course of justice. He was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Bridger had made a series of claims about what happened the night she disappeared, including saying he hit her with his car but could not remember what he did with the body.

He later claimed to have deposited his body in a nearby river to a prison priest, although this has also been suggested to be untrue.

Where is Mark Bridger now?

Bridger was reportedly last held at HMP Wakefield in Yorkshire.

He is classified as a Category A prisoner, which means he is considered a threat to the public, and special measures have been taken to make any potential escape impossible.

Bridger attempted to appeal his sentence in 2013, but withdrew his request days before it was heard.

In July of that year, he was attacked by a fellow inmate who wanted him to admit the location of April Jones’ body. He requested a transfer after that, but his request was denied.

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