She believes the NHS should be held accountable for failing to detain Glover under the Mental Health Act on five separate occasions, including just nine weeks before Harley's death.
Essex Police also have serious questions to answer, she says, including why Glover's car was not seized from him when officers knew he had threatened to use it as a weapon.
'They can't do everything, I understand that. But I am not convinced that they did everything they could have to prevent this happening,' she says.
She's scathing about the police, and the mental health assessors who dropped the ball in their lackadaisical 'let's not coordinate, it's too much like hard work' fashion.
Yet let's not let others off the hook:
Until now, the appalling incident in December 2019 has been reported as a 'hit-and-run', committed by a troublemaker who had been the subject of complaints to police for several years.
Yes, Reporters. Who - if they too did their jobs - would have known immediately that they were reporting what the state agencies wanted. And not what the truth of the matter actially was.