‘Evil’ Craig Mulligan told police to ‘get the f*** out of my room’ during arrest

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'Evil' 14-year-old killer Craig Mulligan threatened police officers and told them to 'get the f*** out of (his) room' while he was being arrested for the brutal murder of his five-year-old stepbrother, Logan Mwangi.

Last week (June 30), Mulligan, along with step mum Angharad Williamson, 31, and his own dad John 'Jay' Cole, 40 were jailed for life for the horrific crime.

On July 31 last year, South Wales Police discovered the evil trio had beaten Logan to death and dumped his body in the River Ogmore.

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The five-year-old had suffered 56 external cuts and bruises, and “catastrophic” internal injuries similar to those seen in victims of high-speed car crashes.

In a lengthy trial, it was established that all three had been directly involved in his murder and had attempted to cover their tracks before finally turning on each other.

In new footage released by South Wales Police, Mulligan's arrest at his home in Bridgend shows him threatening officers.

In one shot, Mulligan appears screaming at arresting officers in a corridor.

He screams: "Get the f*** out of my room. I’m not messing. Get out of the way.”

A deeply troubled child, Mulligan was once described as "pure evil" by the unwitting foster carers who invited him into their homes in the weeks before Logan's death.

Indeed more footage released by South Wales Police, has led leading body language expert Nick Davies to determine that the teenager displayed clear psychopathic tendencies that were obvious.

In the clips, Mulligan can be seen being questioned in a cell by officers, avoiding direct eye contact.

He is seen providing a tissue of lies to account for footage that showed himself and stepdad Cole, 40, walking to dump Logan's body in the middle of the night from Williamson’s home at Lower Llansantffraid, in Sarn, in the early hours of July 31, 2021.

Mulligan told police: "I woke up in the middle of the night. Then dad come (sic) into the living room with me.

"I know we weren't meant to do it but we grabbed some of the rubbish in the back garden and we chucked it in the river. It was all in black bags and everything. I don't know what was in the bags, I can't remember.

"Then about 20 minutes after we went back out to check whether they had gone down. We didn't say anything. We were trying to be as quiet as we can because we didn't want to wake Logan or Angharad. I don't know whether Logan was still there at that point because we didn't look."

Commenting on this footage, expert Nick noted that Mulligan's body ticks suggested he was 'hiding a part of himself'.

He explained: "He has the hallmarks of a psychopath by not showing any guilt or remorse and trying to play the innocent victim.

"But only when he says about not knowing what was in the plastic bags they threw in the river does he tuck his right hand in his sleeve, which is usually when we are hiding a part of ourselves when talking, then he pushes his right shoulder up to his ear, often associated with anxiety and self comfort."

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The footage, aired on an ITV documentary about the killing, went on to show Mulligan lose his cool and try to pass off the murder on his mother.

An officer is seen asking Mulligan: "Is there anything you would like to add?"

He replies: "Yeah. Can you tell my mum to f*** off for me?" The officer retorts: "Why's that?"

To which Mulligan responds: "Because she's blaming me and my dad for everything when we haven't done anything. Neither has my dad. Now I'm just sick of this. She's just saying whatever she wants to get out of the f***ing cells."

This, according to Nick, is deeply troubling.

He explained: "In the second clip his mood changes quickly to anger when he blames his mother and tells the police to "tell her to f**k off!", swiftness to anger or hatred is another indicator of a psychopath."

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