The last man called by one of three gangsters murdered in the 1995 "Essex Boys" killings was never questioned by police, it has emerged. Retired detective David McKelvey says the suspected villain was linked to a man who has previously been named as the shooter, but was never charged. Instead Jack Whomes and Michael Steele were jailed for life after being convicted of blasting the drug dealers with a shotgun in their Range Rover 26 years ago. But Mr McKelvey, and his team of highly experienced former murder detectives, now claim to have found evidence supporting the account of an East End crook who told police he was the getaway driver for the real killer. Mr McKelvey, who runs private investigation firm TM-Eye, said: "We have done a thorough and detailed investigation which has led us to believe there may have been a miscarriage of justice. "Compelling new evidence throws the case into doubt and we are appealing for witnesses to come forward." The bodies of Pat Tate, 36, Tony Tucker, 38, and Craig Rolfe, 26, were found on a remote, snow-covered farm track in Rettendon, Essex, on December 7, 1995. According to the prosecution, they were shot dead the… Read full this story
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