One time Molseed suspect dies

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24 April 2010
Todmorden News

Former Todmorden man once suspected of abducting and murdering an 11-year-old school girl in 1975 has died.
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Christopher Coverdale / Lesley Molseed - Internet rumors

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Negros Chronicle
"BOI nabs Briton for cyber pornography"
Source: Negros Chronicle website


Note: Christopher Coverdale was the individual who claimed to have seen a man pulling Lesley Molseed up the hill into the moor on the day she was murdered (October 5, 1975.)  Of interest here because Raymond Hewlett was the prime suspect in the Molseed case - many questions continue to exist regarding the Molseed murder and many people believe that Ronald Castree was wrongfully convicted of the Molseed murder.
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Christopher Coverdale

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Innocents
How Justice Failed Stefan Kiszko and Lesley Molseed
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"At 1:45 p.m. on the Sunday Christopher Coverdale, a self-employed contractor from Rochdale, drove past the scene.  As he approached the lay-by he saw a man and a little girl on the embankment above the lay-by.  His attention was on these people, so that he had not noticed any car, he thought it foolhardy to be on the moor in poor weather conditions, especially with a child. He recalled the child was wearing a blue, hip-length gabardine coat with the hood up. He believed the child to be a girl, because he could see uncovered legs. The man was facing towards the road, reaching down the embankment and pulling the child up by the hand.  Coverdale described the man as being a 30 to 35 year-old white male, with light-brown or fair hair cut short and giving the appearance of being receding. He was five feet six to five feet eight, plump and dressed in a mid-brown jacket with a check pattern, matching trousers and a beige or mustard-yellow cardigan.


This was the first description obtained of a man and a child.  Dibb was anxious to act, and he personally took Coverdale to the lay-by.  It was not the cold which caused Jack Dibb to shiver when, asked to show the place where the man and child were standing, Coverdale pointed out a spot within yards of the place where Lesley had been found."
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Former suspect in Lesley Molseed murder dies

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17 April 2010
Rochdale Observer

Raymond Hewlett in Aachen Germany 2009

The one-time prime suspect in the abduction and murder of 11-year-old Rochdale schoolgirl Lesley Molseed in 1975 has died.
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Todmorden paedophile dies, aged 64

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16 April 2010
Lancashire Telegraph


A convicted paedophile, who lived in Todmorden in the 1970s, and was investigated in connection with the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, has died.
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A pauper’s funeral for convicted paedophile

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16 April 2010
Manchester Evening News
Neal Keeling


A convicted paedophile wrongly believed to have abducted and killed 11-year-old Rochdale schoolgirl Lesley Molseed in 1975 has died.
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Blackpool Maddie suspect dies

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12 April 2010
Blackpool Gazette


A Blackpool paedophile, who was a prime suspect in the hunt for Madeleine McCann, has died.
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'Maddie perv' Raymond Hewlett dies with his secrets

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10 April 2010
The Sun
Neil Syson


A PAEDOPHILE who was a prime suspect in the hunt for Madeleine McCann has died - taking any secrets he had to the grave.
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Raymond Hewlett did not abduct Maddie...

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It is, however, very possible that he may have murdered Lesley Molseed.

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Who killed Lesley Molseed?

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Innocents
How justice failed Stefan Kiszko and Lesley Molseed
   
The following are notes and excerpts from Chapter 22 which deals with events related to Raymond Hewlett *after* Stefan Kiszko was released from prison.  Kiszko spent 16 years wrongly incarcerated for the 1975 murder of Lesley Molseed.

Upon the exposure of this miscarriage of justice (conviction in July 1976/life sentence) and Kiszko's release from prison in 1992, a new investigation began and the original police files were reviewed.  Following up on certain leads had abruptly stopped after Kiszko's conviction. The following describes how and why Raymond Hewlett became the Number One suspect in the Molseed case.


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Raymond Hewlett - Background Information

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Ronald Outteridge Forensic Scientist - Lesley Molseed Murder

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RONALD OUTTERIDGE
LESLEY MOLSEED MURDER
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TIMELINE: Hewlett, Molseed, Kiszko, Castree, McCann

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Innocents: 
How Justice Failed Stefan Kiszko and Lesley Molseed
 Jonathan Rose (Author), Steve Panter (Author), Trevor Wilkinson (Author)
Publisher: Fourth Estate, London, 1997 - ISBN: 1857024028 (Out of Print)

In 1975 eleven-year-old Lesley Molseed was abducted and stabbed to death on a Pennine moor, her killer having ejaculated over her body. Stefan Kiszko confessed to her murder and spent 16 years in jail. At the time no positive forensic evidence was offered. He was released in 1991 when the Law Lords declared he could not have been the killer.

(Note: Raymond Hewlett is named in this book as the prime suspect in the murder of Lesley Molseed.)
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Hewlett alibi in McCann case - 15 year old girl? Email to reporter.

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In regard to the Sun article "He's evil enough to have snatched Maddie", published 23 May 2009 and written by Rhodri Phillips and Robin Perrie, I have sent the following email:

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