The parents of April Jones say they want a law in their daughter's name to try to stop images of child sex abuse being so readily available on the internet. Mark Bridger was last week given a life sentence for abducting and murdering five-year-old April Jones in a sexually motivated attack.
Speaking on ITV's This Morning programme, Paul and Coral Jones also said their daughter's killer had 'no right' to call her 'little April' as he repeatedly did in court.
Rob Osborne reports.
Paul and Coral Jones appeared on ITV's This Morning today, following the conviction of Mark Bridger for the abduction and murder of their five-year-old daughter.
"[Bridger] was just spinning lies to fit the situation all the time" said Paul Jones.
"It was hard to listen to that, because he was talking about April, how he tried to help her"
"Everybody knows 'little April', but he had no right to call her little April" said Coral Jones.
"He just lied and lied".
April's parents say they'd like to create a law which would crack down on child abuse images online.
"Indecent images of children should be removed and I've said I'd like to do it in April's name" said Coral.
First Minister Carwyn Jones says he will write to the Prime Minister following Mark Bridger's conviction for the murder of April Jones, asking for action to counter the availability of images of child sex abuse on the internet.
– First Minister Carwyn Jones AM
We were all deeply shocked the events surrounding the tragic murder of April Jones. There are some who take the view that the internet should be as unfettered as possible. I do not take that view when it comes to - among other things - child pornography.
Mr Jones was replying to Montgomeryshire AM Russell George. His constituency includes Machynlleth where Mark Bridger abducted April Jones. Hundreds of indecent images were found on the murderer's computer.
Mr George called on the First Minister to support efforts to get internet search companies to adopt a zero-tolerance to such images. He also said that Mark Bridger's conviction and sentencing gave the 'tear in the community fabric' of Machynlleth the chance to heal.
April Jones' grandparents appeared on ITV's This Morning today to talk about April and the trial of Mark Bridger. Dai and Linda Smith of New Quay said the family would never approach Mark Bridger to ask what he had done with April's body.
April Jones' grandparents say the death penalty should be reintroduced for sex offenders like Mark Bridger. Bridger was given a life sentence for April's murder and abduction. But April's grandparents, Dai and Linda Smith, says a future behind bars isn't enough.
Mark Bridger's obsession with online images of child abuse have prompted calls for stronger controls on the Internet.
But what can be done in practice? Joanna Simpson reports
The parents of April Jones say they fear that her killer will never reveal what he did with the body of the five year old.
Paul and Coral have spoken as Mark Bridger spends his first day in prison, knowing he will be there for the rest of his life.
Kevin Ashford reports.
April Jones' parents have spoken of their fear that her killer Mark Bridger may never reveal the location of their daughter's body.
In a video interview with the Sun, Paul and Coral Jones said Bridger has "put a hole in our heart".
ITV News' Wales correspondent Emily Morgan reports:
April's grandparents have also described their anguish in an interview with Welsh television channel S4C.
Following Mark Bridger's conviction for the abduction and murder of April Jones, ITV News broadcast a special 6pm programme live from Machynlleth and Mold.