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  • Why did you choose him?

  • They're probably 10 other men that you could be hunting for.

  • What?

  • Why him?

  • Nobody else in the UK is wanted for two separate murders on those crimes.

  • Speak for themselves.

  • Their ghastly.

  • You know, this isn't about Kevin Parle on it.

  • Most definitely is not about May.

  • This is about Liam and Lucy.

  • This is about right over wrong.

  • This is about truth over lies.

  • This is about having a sense of or not having a sense off.

  • This is about justice and seeing a man who is wanted for both those crimes, standing in a court, on answering the accusations that are made against him and then let justice run its course.

  • There has to be a sense of justice.

  • Any injustice that I feel is dwarfed is pathetic.

  • Doesn't come anywhere near the pain and the suffering on the hurt that I should imagine.

  • Liam and loose his families and loved ones have been through Okay, where needs to be found.

  • Where is he?

  • Well, I can't tell you that now, because, of course, if without a doubt one of Kevin Piles associates if not, Kevin Powell himself will be watching this Andi.

  • I'm not going to tip them or him.

  • The wink, Um, he's very much alive.

  • Don't believe the urban myths that he's dead and he's fish food and all that nonsense.

  • He's very much alive.

  • Andi, He is going to be found.

  • He is going to be found now.

  • Not long after I'd started my hunt for him, Very fortunately.

  • And thankfully, the BBC commissioned a podcast series on my hunt for him on that is still there on BBC sounds is called Manhunt Finding Kevin Pile.

  • There's 12 episodes up there.

  • The BBC have commissioned another six episodes, but because I can't put into the public domain what I know of the moment, you won't be hearing any of those episodes just now.

  • But as soon as we can get him out there, we will.

  • Um, then, of course, only recently, um, my book was published.

  • Now, let me just tell you, I make no apologies for for the plug.

  • Okay, this book is a very different vehicle from the podcast.

  • Listen to podcast.

  • Read the book, please.

  • If you look at the incredibly generous reviews the people have put on Amazon war stones, the works and all those kind of places where you could buy it.

  • If you look at the reviews, they are Well, I'm flabbergasted by them.

  • They're they're terrific.

  • But people have.

  • Fans of the podcast have said, Ah, shall I buy the book?

  • You know, I've listened to the podcast on they've kindly written reviews and said Separate things got an awful lot out of it, you know, you need to do both ESO please.

  • This is not about profit.

  • This is not about putting money in my pocket because I very much doubt that it will ever sell in sufficient numbers for me to get a royalty check.

  • This is about Paul, not profit.

  • The more copies this book sells, the more likely it is that my publisher will get into profit.

  • And if my publisher gets into profit, what will they then do?

  • Hopefully give me a contract to write perhaps the book about how we actually caught him, you know?

  • But that's some way off.

  • So please read this.

  • Help me out.

  • Get me some funds to continue my hunt.

  • It's all in there how much I've been paid, how much I've spent.

  • I have not put one carrot on my family's dining table out of everything I've done in my hunt for Paul.

  • How do you hunt this man?

  • Digitally.

  • Shoe leather.

  • And how do you do it when you're not a police officer?

  • Well, of course.

  • You know what?

  • I'm an old shoe leather detective.

  • Our night.

  • You know, I come from that generation.

  • We had no computers back in the day.

  • He did You detective work on me?

  • Yeah.

  • Yeah, of course.

  • Due diligence will college.

  • Yeah, so Yeah, but I have taught myself to become a digital detective.

  • I have an open source expert who is a specialist in his field.

  • And I have others who helped.

  • May from time to time.

  • When I call upon them geographic, I've got one of the world's best geographical analysts working for me as well.

  • Eso I've got a small and select team of people that helped me out.

  • But of course they're volunteers.

  • And volunteering only goes so much, you know, if they've got paid work on their family, that's gonna come in front off may ringing them up or reminding them saying Please, could you have a look at this?

  • Can you give me a bit help?

  • here and all of that.

  • But that's wonderful.

  • Overwhelmingly, the help has come from the great public, the public who have listened to the podcast who have seen some of the media, You know, the articles and the radio interviews I've given.

  • 2.5 million people have listened to the podcast or it's had 2.5 million downloads, I should say across the 12 episodes and people are reading the book.

  • I always hoped that the book would be yet another tool that might tempt people to come forward and speak to me because they were really good.

  • You know what, That Yeah, I'm gonna tell you what I know Onda.

  • People are, and they do.

  • In fact, I've got I've got a story that I've only just been made privy to right it za historical one about Kevin Pile on.

  • I can't tell whether it's true or not, but this gives you an insight into the man.

  • Either way, we know that has been out there that he had a video on his phone of his dog attacking on dismembering sheep, which he found funny right?

  • He thinks that kind of stuff is funny, right?

  • Well, I many thousands of people don't right got told another story.

  • He and some associates went to Knowles Lee Safari Park, right, one of a few safari parks in the U.

  • K.

  • Knowles Lee is up in Merseyside, near Liverpool, on we're talking about around about 2004 when the year that Liam got shot.

  • This is the story.

  • As it was told to my source, Paul and his mates stole a baby baboon from this safari park, much to the annoyance of a very, very distressed mother of the baby baboon.

  • They wrapped in a blanket, hit it in the back of the car on, later, sold it for £3000.

  • Now, if it's true, then I don't need to add anything to that story because it tells you everything you need to know about Kevin Paul and his associates.

  • Nothing like that if it's made up.

  • And it was just a boast that he was trying to tell people, you know, to try and gain some kind of cute us Well, once again, I don't need to add very much to it to it, do I?

  • Because it gives you the mark of the man he needs to be found.

  • He will be found undoubtedly because even when there's no more podcasts commissioned, even when there's no more book contracts.

  • Even when people are sick and tired of me talking about giving power, I'll still be hunting him.

  • If he hasn't already didn't catch why wait my wife?

  • Stop my wife?

Why did you choose him?

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HUNTING KEVIN PARLE: This Manhunt Is About Justice & Kevin Parle Will Be Found - Peter Bleksley

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    林宜悉   posted on 2020/10/18
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