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Dave Edgar: Madeleine disappearance WILL eventually be solved

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Dave Edgar: Madeleine disappearance WILL eventually be solved

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 03.05.17 6:25

NOTHING TO HIDE
Maddie McCann private investigator Dave Edgar insists all his findings were handed over to cops – and says her mystery disappearance WILL eventually be solved



The ex cop stopped working for the McCann’s when the Met came on board in 2011

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By Tracey Kandohla and Sam Christie
2nd May 2017, 11:09 pm
Updated: 3rd May 2017, 3:59 am

A FORMER top cop who spent three years searching for Madeleine McCann as a private investigator tonight insisted he handed over all his findings to police.
Retired Detective Dave Edgar also believes her mystery disappearance will eventually be solved.




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Retired Dave Edgar insists he handed over all his findings to police
He said the leaked Home Office report claiming Maddie’s parents withheld vital information “may have been referring to previous investigators,” adding: “It wasn’t me.”

Mr Edgar, 60, told The Sun Online: “I gave Scotland Yard and Leicestershire Police everything I got, all my material, there would be no reason not to.”

The ex cop, who stopped working for the McCann’s when the Met Police came on board in May 2011, said he always had a “good relationship” with the Yard and the family’s home force.

It comes after details of a Home Office report were aired on Sky1’s Searching for Madeleine documentary to mark the 10th anniversary of her disappearance.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3465683/maddie-mccann-private-investigator-dave-edgar-denies-withheld-evidence/
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Re: Dave Edgar: Madeleine disappearance WILL eventually be solved

Post by pennylane on 03.05.17 8:57

Retired Dave Edgar insists he handed over all his findings to police
He said the leaked Home Office report claiming Maddie’s parents withheld vital information “may have been referring to previous investigators,” adding: “It wasn’t me.”




The gagging of Henri Exton which was critical of the group, and the Smithman e-fits.
imo 


I remain convinced Smithman is key!

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Post by sallypelt on 03.05.17 9:16

@pennylane wrote:Retired Dave Edgar insists he handed over all his findings to police
He said the leaked Home Office report claiming Maddie’s parents withheld vital information “may have been referring to previous investigators,” adding: “It wasn’t me.”




The gagging of Henri Exton which was critical of the group, and the Smithman e-fits.
imo 


I remain convinced Smithman is key!

Don't worry Mr Edgar, I doubt that anyone gave you a second thought. I would take someone with a logical mind and independent thinking, to write such a report.

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Re: Dave Edgar: Madeleine disappearance WILL eventually be solved

Post by pennylane on 03.05.17 9:27

@sallypelt wrote:
@pennylane wrote:Retired Dave Edgar insists he handed over all his findings to police
He said the leaked Home Office report claiming Maddie’s parents withheld vital information “may have been referring to previous investigators,” adding: “It wasn’t me.”



The gagging of Henri Exton which was critical of the group, and the Smithman e-fits.(imo) 

I remain convinced Smithman is key!

Don't worry Mr Edgar, I doubt that anyone gave you a second thought. I would take someone with a logical mind and independent thinking, to write such a report.

By the time Edgar was hired the McCanns had learned a painful lesson (imo), and made very sure Edgar only investigated the leads they gave him, hence no problem handing his files over.

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