Wayne Williams' Father Speaks Out

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Wayne Williams' father says he is glad someone is finally willing to take the time to solve the Atlanta child murders one by one and case by case. Full Story
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Cynthia Henderson

Glyndon, MD

#1 May 9, 2008
I want to know why did he committ the murder what was his reason. Because he was also brought up in a poor involvement and why just his race.
Heather Williams

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Jul 24, 2008
This is an exciting and endearing movie of how a father saves not only his mother, but also His family and brings them together for a reunion that they'll never forget and will never end.
The Sage

United States

#3 Jul 24, 2008
What the hell are you talking about? Wayne Williams killed innocent children in Atlanta. The story has nothing to with reunions.

On an interesting note, DNA evidence found on one of the kids was linked to Wayne William's dog. So not only did they have rare carpet fibers from Wayne's van on the kids' bodies, they had hair from Wayne's dog!! Of course, his snake of an attorney dismisses all the evidence against him.

On another interesting note, former DeKalb County police chief Lewis Graham was one of the idiots who thought Williams was not guilty. This story is about how he made his homicide detectives reopen some of the cases. From what I hear, he wasn't too happy when they dug up enough evidence to charge Williams with yet another murder!
D White Man

Atlanta, GA

#4 Jul 24, 2008
Wayne Williams is a HERO,No DNA was linked to
Wayne.This is a misjustice.Look at all the
innocent inmates that recently been freed in
your Presidents State(TX)from death row
copycat killers

Atlanta, GA

#5 Jul 24, 2008
Cynthia Henderson wrote:
I want to know why did he committ the murder what was his reason. Because he was also brought up in a poor involvement and why just his race.
Wayne Williams was raised in a middle class family. His parents were well educated school teachers. Williams hated his own race and commented to a friend that for every black male killed it prevented them from breeding more "________" (insert n word).
Williams was also a closet homosexual who had sex with his male victims before he killed them.
The case is clouded by several of the missing and murdered children being killed by their own parents to get rid of them, knowing the cases would be blamed on the elusive serial murderer.
D White Man

Atlanta, GA

#6 Jul 24, 2008
Does being middle class,well educated,hating youre
own race,closet homosexual make u a murderer?I,m
quite sure u just described the majority of Cynthias
friends
billy bob mckinney

Atlanta, GA

#7 Jul 24, 2008
D White Man wrote:
Does being middle class,well educated,hating youre
own race,closet homosexual make u a murderer?I,m
quite sure u just described the majority of Cynthias
friends
Cynthia has no friends.

She had to hire homeless people to carry her campaign signs during her failed election in Georgia.
wayne on the prowl

Atlanta, GA

#8 Jul 25, 2008
D White Man wrote:
Wayne Williams is a HERO,No DNA was linked to
Wayne.This is a misjustice.
You declared Wayne Williams a hero. You also think he should be turned loose. Maybe he could live next door to you to 'clean up the neighborhood'.
D White Man

United States

#9 Jul 25, 2008
Free Wayne Williams.He has done nothing wrong.Yes
I would welcolm him with to D White neighborhood

Since: Jun 08

Atlanta, GA

#10 Jul 25, 2008
D White Man wrote:
Free Wayne Williams.He has done nothing wrong.Yes
I would welcolm him with to D White neighborhood
I'm sure you would...on your knees, mouth open too!
greatpinaz

Phoenix, AZ

#11 Jan 10, 2009
The carpet fibers were not rare and there was no DNA evidence as this technology did not exist in 1981. The only non circumstancial evidence was the carpet fibers and this is now belived highly questionable. I think there is no doubt Williams is a murderer but probably not the murderer of 29 Atlanta children but 3 adults.
The Sage wrote:
What the hell are you talking about? Wayne Williams killed innocent children in Atlanta. The story has nothing to with reunions.
On an interesting note, DNA evidence found on one of the kids was linked to Wayne William's dog. So not only did they have rare carpet fibers from Wayne's van on the kids' bodies, they had hair from Wayne's dog!! Of course, his snake of an attorney dismisses all the evidence against him.
On another interesting note, former DeKalb County police chief Lewis Graham was one of the idiots who thought Williams was not guilty. This story is about how he made his homicide detectives reopen some of the cases. From what I hear, he wasn't too happy when they dug up enough evidence to charge Williams with yet another murder!
greatpinaz

Phoenix, AZ

#12 Jan 10, 2009
The myth that some of the parents killed their children is an unfortunate one propagated by a lone FBI investigator at the time. There is absolutely no evidence that this is the case.
copycat killers wrote:
<quoted text>Wayne Williams was raised in a middle class family. His parents were well educated school teachers. Williams hated his own race and commented to a friend that for every black male killed it prevented them from breeding more "________" (insert n word).
Williams was also a closet homosexual who had sex with his male victims before he killed them.
The case is clouded by several of the missing and murdered children being killed by their own parents to get rid of them, knowing the cases would be blamed on the elusive serial murderer.
The Sage

United States

#13 Jan 10, 2009
greatpinaz wrote:
The carpet fibers were not rare and there was no DNA evidence as this technology did not exist in 1981. The only non circumstancial evidence was the carpet fibers and this is now belived highly questionable. I think there is no doubt Williams is a murderer but probably not the murderer of 29 Atlanta children but 3 adults.
<quoted text>
Having spoken to people who worked this case, I can tell you that are only partially correct. There was no DNA to use in the 80's and Williams probably didn't kill all of the children. Most people on the investigation believe he was only good for about 90% of the murders they attributed to him.

The only people on the investigation who thought Williams was being falsely accused were ignorant, racist African-Americans. One was Sidney Dorsey. He is now serving life in prison when he had Derwin Brown, the man who bet Dorsey in the election for Sheriff, assassinated. Dorsey went so far as to use the same conspiracy theory excuse Williams used. Williams said he was only on that bridge the night the bodies were dumped and heard by a police cadet was because he got a phone call in the middle of the night telling him to go there. Right... Dorsey said after Derwin was killed, he got a phone call like that too. But "he knew better." Later, Dorsey eventually confessed. The other person who thought Williams was innocent was Lewis Graham, former Dekalb county police chief. From what I hear, he had the cases reopened. When the Detectives found evidence that could tie Williams to some more victims, Graham wouldn't let them act on it. It didn't fit with his conspiracy theory of the case. He was later forced to resign as Chief when he was caught on tape make racial slurs against white officers in his department.

Anyone with half a brain knows Wayne Williams is guilt as sin.

Oh, and as far as DNA goes, they matched dog hair dna to Wayne Williams' dog's dna. Right, it's only mitochondrial, and not nuclear, so it's not AS accurate, but come on. Just how "unlucky" are we supposed to believe Wayne Williams was? He just happened to have connections to a lot of the victims, he just happened to be on the bridge that night the bodies were dumped, he just happened to have the same carpet fibers in his van as found on the victims, and dog hair matching his dogs was found on the victims?? Sure, any ONE of these things doesn't make ya guilty. But when you add it all together, that's just too much stuff to be "bad luck for Wayne" and purely coincidental.
Michael Jackson

Ashburn, VA

#14 Jan 12, 2009
D White Man wrote:
Wayne Williams is a HERO,No DNA was linked to
Wayne.This is a misjustice.Look at all the
innocent inmates that recently been freed in
your Presidents State(TX)from death row
No doubt you're in love with Charles Manson too. Bet you write love letters to both of them. What about Michael Vick? Will you meet him at the prison gate next month? You could be his lap dog and just lick yourself with excitement.
Guilty

United States

#15 Jan 13, 2009
The Sage wrote:
What the hell are you talking about? Wayne Williams killed innocent children in Atlanta. The story has nothing to with reunions.
On an interesting note, DNA evidence found on one of the kids was linked to Wayne William's dog. So not only did they have rare carpet fibers from Wayne's van on the kids' bodies, they had hair from Wayne's dog!! Of course, his snake of an attorney dismisses all the evidence against him.
On another interesting note, former DeKalb County police chief Lewis Graham was one of the idiots who thought Williams was not guilty. This story is about how he made his homicide detectives reopen some of the cases. From what I hear, he wasn't too happy when they dug up enough evidence to charge Williams with yet another murder!
Police had every bridge staked out when they heard a splash and radioed to more police at the end of the bridge. Only one car was on the bridge that late at night. Wayne Williams was driving that car and was stopped as he attempted to leave. A murder victim's body was retrieved downstream from the splash.
Sickening

United States

#16 Jan 13, 2009
greatpinaz wrote:
The myth that some of the parents killed their children is an unfortunate one propagated by a lone FBI investigator at the time. There is absolutely no evidence that this is the case.
<quoted text>
Not a myth. Child murders in Atlanta's black community are an ongoing problem. Every reason from wanting to collect life insurance to simply wanting to get rid of nuisence children.
texgal49

Center Point, LA

#17 Mar 23, 2009
if you think Wayne Williams is a hero, I only hope you do not have any children, especially boys!don't make such assinine remarks if you do not know what you are talking about.
Guilty as charged

United States

#18 Mar 23, 2009
Guilty wrote:
<quoted text>Police had every bridge staked out when they heard a splash and radioed to more police at the end of the bridge. Only one car was on the bridge that late at night. Wayne Williams was driving that car and was stopped as he attempted to leave. A murder victim's body was retrieved downstream from the splash.
Atlanta is fortunate that Williams was caught and convicted for his crimes. He's serving his sentence now, and will die in prison.
Janubia Lycoon

Alpharetta, GA

#19 Mar 24, 2009
I know hees inosent. i'm tellin u.
you know who it is

Raleigh, NC

#20 May 5, 2009
boooooooo wayne

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