'Runaway' Llanelli mum's online support
SUPPORT for a Llanelli mum who could face prison after allegedly “abducting” four of her children has poured out onto the internet.
A nationwide search was launched last Tuesday by a High Court judge after Jennifer Jones, 45, who lives in Llanelli, disappeared with four of her children.
They were found on Wednesday in Blackwood in Gwent, and Ms Jones and her partner, 48-year-old builder John Williams, were arrested.
High Court judge Mr Justice Roderic Wood — who ordered the search — released her from custody but said he would ask Attorney General Dominic Grieve to consider beginning contempt of court proceedings against Mr Jones.
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He said Ms Jones appeared to be in “flagrant” breach of High Court orders to hand her children back into the care of her 52-year-old Spanish former husband Tomas Palacin Cambra, who lives in Majorca.
Now friends have taken to the internet to voice their support for Ms Jones — setting up a Facebook group, titled Jennifer Jones and her Children need your Help, to campaign for the children to stay in the UK. A description of the group on its Facebook profile said: “Jenny is a loving mum.
“Like all mothers, Jenny would do anything to keep her children with her and unfortunately has been pushed to this drastic action for their sake. She just wants to keep her family together.”