The Article they don’t want you to see.
Peter is currently in Nairn once again working on the tragic and fascinating unsolved murder of Alistair Wilson. The article below was published by the Daily Record on Wednesday 8th June 2022 and then deleted a few hours later.
Peter has asked the Daily Record why this article was taken down but they have refused to answer him.
Peter has also asked Police Scotland if the source quoted spoke to the newspaper with suitable authorisation. Police Scotland has also refused to answer Peter’s question.
In light of all this, Peter is making this article available for you to read now.
The hunt for Kevin Parle
The Target - Kevin Parle
Kevin Parle is described by police as ‘extremely dangerous’. He remains wanted in connection with two separate murders, the shooting dead of 16-year-old Liam Kelly, in Liverpool in 2004, and the brutal slaying of 22-year-old mother of three, Lucy Hargreaves also in Liverpool, in August 2005. He has been on the run for over 15 years. Peter Bleksley wants to bring his time on the run to an end.
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Hunting Britain’s Most Wanted Murderer
Armed only with a notepad, pen and mobile phone, author and former Scotland Yard detective and undercover cop, Peter Bleksley is on the hunt for Kevin Parle.
For more than fifteen years, the six-foot six-inch, broadly built, ginger-haired Parle has been wanted by the police for two murders. In the early hours of 19 June 2004, 16 -year-old Liam Kelly was lured to a location in Liverpool and shot dead. The following year, another Liverpudlian, 22-year-old mother of three, Lucy Hargreaves, was shot dead in her own home. Her partner and their 2-year-old daughter escaped after the house was set alight by leaping from a first-floor bedroom window.
How could Parle have evaded national and international crime investigators for so long? Who is harbouring him? Bleksley is determined to find the answers. Immersing himself in the world of serious and organised crime, he has vowed not to rest until Parle is found.
Two murders, one fugitive and a hunter tracking down the target. This is the gripping true story of hunting Britain’s most wanted murderer, and goes behind the scenes of the hit BBC Sounds Podcast, Manhunt: Finding Kevin Parle.
Peter’s life was changed forever when this briefing note for Operation Zulu Cricket was stolen from an unmarked police car. Soon afterwards Peter was parachuted into the witness protection programme, which ultimately led to a catastrophic mental health breakdown, and the end of his police career. Peter feels that the time is now right to release this report in full. All names have been changed except for Peter’s. You can read the full report here: https://peterbleksley.com/Op-ZC
When I launched my hunt for Kevin Parle in April 2019, I was armed with a pen, a notebook, my mobile phone, and a handful of flyers. As I handed these around a pub in Liverpool, many people said to me, ‘Kevin who? I’ve never heard of him.’ Now, nearly 22 months later, thanks to our hugely successful BBC podcast, ‘Manhunt; Finding Kevin Parle’, and my book, ‘Manhunt’, millions of people know his name, and are aware of the murders he is wanted for. Bless the souls of Liam and Lucy. Bit by bit, download by download, we are shrinking the world for Kevin Parle. However, none of this would have been achieved without the engagement and help from you, the wonderful public, wheresoever in the world you may be. You have contacted me in your droves with information, and whether that be detail from many years ago, or more
When I launched my hunt for Kevin Parle on 29th April 2019, I made it perfectly clear that I was not interested in gathering information or evidence about any wider criminality that may or may not surround him. That remains as true today as it did back then. However, in recent months, I have received a considerable amount of information about criminal activities carried out by people who have most certainly been involved in harbouring Kevin Parle, whilst he has been on the run. With some assistance, and in order to try and locate Parle, I have developed this information, and I now know who, where and how, a profitable and illegal criminal organisation operates. This message is written in the hope that it will reach those people. In a little over 48 hours, I am meeting with representatives from various law enforcement agencies, some of whom have a global
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'Manhunt; Finding Kevin Parle' is back!
I am delighted to announce the return of our hugely popular BBC podcast. A brand-new episode will be released every Tuesday for next few weeks. Please be sure to subscribe via BBC Sounds, so you don’t miss a minute of this Global smash hit. Episode 13 – ‘Catching Up’, and Episode 14 – ‘Lockdowns and Lock Ups’, can be found by following the link below. I will not rest. Kevin Parle will be found…