& # 39; I will carry that until the day I die & # 39 ;: detective dumped from the hunt for William Tyrrell considers himself a & # 39; failure & # 39; for not solving the mystery – and revealing that he has a & # 39; reasonable idea & # 39; who is responsible for his disappearance
- William Tyrrell disappeared in September 2014 from his foster mother
- Gary Jubelin was the main detective of the case for allegations of misconduct
- Jubelin said that he feels a heavy weight that he has never solved William & # 39; s case
The former NSW detective who was dumped by the hunt for William Tyrrell said he will always see himself as a failure because he could not find the three-year-old.
William disappeared on September 12, 2014, after he was last seen at his foster mother's house in Kendall, about a 40-minute drive north of Taree.
Gary Jubelin was removed from the investigation and accused of making illegal recordings during his investigations – which he strongly denies – and has since left the armed forces.
William disappeared on September 12, 2014, after he was last seen at his foster mother's house in Kendall, about a 40-minute drive north of Taree
Jubelin has been accused of four breaches of the Surveillance Devices Act and has not declared guilty on all counts.
The former detective was asked by Jana Wendt at the Sydney Crime Writers Festival on Sunday if he considered his inability to resolve the case as a & # 39; personal failure & # 39; regards.
He said he certainly does, according to The Australian.
& # 39; But that's the weight you carry. I will wear that until the day I die, if we don't know what happened to William Tyrrell, & he said.
Jubelin said he feels that he has abandoned William & # 39; s biological family and his foster family.
He said he had made a promise to William & # 39; s foster parents that he would work the case as long as he had breath in his body but was removed because of misconduct.
& # 39; It's very difficult. It was a difficult pill to swallow, & said Mr. Jubelin.
Gary Jubelin was removed from the Tyrrell investigation and subsequently accused of making illegal recordings during his investigations – which he strongly denies – and has since left the armed forces
Although he is taken off the case, he does think about who is responsible for William's disappearance five years ago, but he cannot & # 39; 100 percent sure & # 39; to be.
& # 39; It's a question I am asked a lot, & # 39; he said according to the audience Daily telegram.
& # 39; I have thoughts, ideas about what may have happened, but I want to emphasize that there is a process with the coroner and an ongoing investigation that I fully respect and support. & # 39;
Mr. Jubelin returns to court on September 24.
When he was asked about the charges at the NSW State Library event on Sunday, he said he just wanted to stay out of jail.
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