For Immediate Release.
April 16, 2021
Wayne Williams Seeks Justice for All.
New Legal Team Looking at Options as Evidence Continues to be Re-examined by Officials.
Atlanta, GA, April 16, 2021 – At the end of 2019, the City of Atlanta at the direction of the mayor, and in conjunction with the then Fulton County District Attorney, announced that they were reopening the case known to most as the Atlanta child murders. The intent of reopening these cases was to take another look at the evidence, although it was a first look at some of it. To date, no government official has made any announcements regarding their findings.
Through all of this time, Mr. Wayne Bertram Williams has maintained his innocence and a commitment to finding the truth. In order to continue with his mission, Mr. Williams has retained a new legal team to assist him. His new counsel is exploring litigation opportunities under a new law in Georgia. His team also consists of investigators who are also independently reexamining every case attributed to Mr. Williams, whether charged or not. Mr. Williams is hopeful that justice will finally be served for himself, the victims, and all of their families.
Mr. Williams is asking that if you have any information related to the Atlanta child murders, please submit them. His new team has created a dedicated site and tip line for this purpose. The website is www.atkidtips.com. You can also call 404-825-8559. Or you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Williams is only affiliated with Bridge to Justice and the Wayne Williams Freedom Project ("WWFP"). The WWFP is headed by community organizer Rev. Hazel Horne and Jimmy Howard, a long-time associate of Mr. Williams. Bridge to Justice and Mr. Williams are not affiliated with any other organizations nor individuals who may be advocating on his behalf.