This is a frightening moment when a sixth-strong student picked a bus and murdered his 17-year-old ex-Girlfriend, Ellie Gould-who was now locked up for her assassination.
Brief description of the incident.
Thomas Griffiths, 18, pleaded guilty in August to the murder at her home in Wiltshire, Southwestern England of her 17-year-old former girlfriend Ellie Gould. Her mother, Carole Gould, has stated the victims. Carole wrote that Griffiths is an “especially to women” danger to society and that he should never be released from prison.
In January, Ellie and Griffiths began a relationship, but in May, she broke up and concentrated on her work at school. The day after Griffiths broke in, he appeared at her home and stabbed her with a kitchen knife twice, notes The Guardian. By scratching his head, Ellie tried to fight back. Griffith cleaned the scene, and his friends got texts claiming the scraping is the product of self-destroying.
Earlier, in the woods near Griffith’s home, police found a plastic bag with the bloodstained clothes of Ellie. Carole also expressed her initial shock of the crime committed by Griffiths. A few months before Ellie’s murder, she said, she “welcomed her home.” Days before the killing, he asked the Goulds whether he could work for his family. “I was not too keen on my husband because he had not told him a great deal,” said Carole.“I just assumed it was because he was a 17-year-old boy.”
The officials at the scene asked both Matthew and Carole to tell us that Ellie had a boyFriend, but Carole maintained that Griffiths had always seemed to be too loyal to her mother and that Ellie was not a boyfriend.
What did he do after the murder?
After Ellie’s murder, when he was supposed to be at work, Wiltshire police found a video of Griffiths on the bus. A neighbor of Ellie said that at around 10:30 am, a young man who matched the description of Griffiths knocked at the Goulds gate. Griffiths said in court that he had come to study with Gould and began to argue, the Gazette & Herald reported.