Ashley Dale’s mum ‘consistently strikes home’ fearing underworld wrath after homicide

Ashley Dale’s mum says her household are consistently shifting home and have lived in a state of paranoia since her daughter was murdered.

Niall Barry, 26, Sean Zeisz, 28, James Witham, 41, and Joseph Peers, 29, had been at present (Monday, November 20) convicted of Ashley’s homicide, which occurred after an underworld feud between the 4 males and Ashley’s boyfriend Lee Harrison, 26, was reignited at Glastonbury Festival, stories the Liverpool Echo.

Ashley was discovered lifeless at her residence in Old Swan, Liverpool, on August 21 final yr after Witham pressured his approach in and shot her with a Skorpion submachine gun. It was Barry and Zeisz who dispatched “footsoldiers” Witham and Peers.

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Step-dad Rob Jones has been with Julie Dale for 17 years
Step-dad Rob Jones has been with Julie Dale for 17 years

Life for Ashley’s mum Julie Dale, 43, and stepdad Rob Jones, 39, has been a every day battle, significantly within the time earlier than they knew who was chargeable for murdering her.

Rob advised the Liverpool Echo: “You’re standing there in your local shop thinking, ‘who is this person in front of me, who is this person behind me’. Anyone who wears a black coat and a black trackie, thinking they could be part of them.

“I’d costume like that myself on a Saturday as effectively, which makes you turn into paranoid about the best way you look, the best way you costume, who you are mixing with. But our life has by no means been something to do with this, it is a totally different world to us. And it was a unique world to Ashley. This was not her world.”

Julie said: 'I don't sleep. I don't sleep at all...'
Julie stated: ‘I do not sleep. I do not sleep in any respect…’

Julie stated: “I don’t sleep. I don’t sleep at all. Robbie hasn’t slept well at all since it’s happened. An unexpected car might drive past the house, or there’s an unexpected knock at the door, someone you might not be expecting. The anxiety; it’s just through the roof, it really is. And now our faces – we have sat in trial, we have sat with these defendants, we’ve sat with the families, they all know what we look like.

“You would possibly look like you are being so far-fetched however this could not get any extra far-fetched than it is obtained to. We’re consistently shifting home, there’s simply so many issues now that we’re now having to take care of.”

Liverpool Crown Court heard how council worker Ashley lived a very different life to her boyfriend, who was said to be associated with a Huyton-based organised crime group known as the Hillsiders.

(Left to right) Sean Zeisz, Niall Barry, Joseph Peers and James Witham
(Left to proper) Sean Zeisz, Niall Barry, Joseph Peers and James Witham

The court docket heard how the feud between Ashley’s killers and Harrison began after a medication theft a while earlier than the Glastonbury journey. Harrison was stated to have sided with the Hillsiders in that dispute.

Julie stated: “I knew he didn’t have a conventional job shall we say. You know he didn’t have a nine to five job. I’ll be honest, I didn’t know what he was up to, I still don’t know the whole truth of it, what he was doing. I was never happy about it.”

Rob added: “What we have now heard within the trial has shocked us. The issues, the world that Lee has been into or on the periphery of or related to, nonetheless you need to phrase it.

Lee Harrison (left) with Niall Barry
Lee Harrison (left) with Niall Barry

“Ashley thought she could improve Lee. She thought she could turn him round, get him a job, get him a driving licence, could push his life in the right direction, not that we knew how wrong a direction it was going in.”

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