The police investigation.
The initial investigation into Harry Phipps by some detectives was in Mullins and Hayes opinion poorly executed. Selecting individuals that appeared to suit their narrative. Mullins was told by one detective he was beating his head up again a brick wall and chasing his tail. He was and what a tale this story has become. The same detective told two brothers with very pertinent information regarding Harry his mind was made of on the Phipps matter
Examples of detectives shortcomings :
Hayden Phipps was never met and interviewed by Major Crime. Hayden has now passed away.
Angela Phipps Fyfe. Haydn’s ex-wife who came forward with the initial information regarding Harry Phipps. She was never met nor interviewed by Major Crime. Angela has now passed away.
Angela Fyfe / Phipps .
Haydn Phipps next-door neighbour in the 1950s 1960s and 1970s .Who knew well of Harry Phipps handing out of pound notes and his physical description in the 1960s, the satin and the family as dysfunctional. Plus talk of sexual abuse. Never met and interviewed.
Arch Bishop John Hepworth knew of Harry Phipps in pedophilic circles in the 1950s 1960s and 1970s. He has never been met nor interviewed ….. and it got worse.
Hayden’s closest cousin who knew of the Satin dressmaking. Of talk amongst family members of sexual abuse and Harry’s sexual arousal around satin never met and never interviewed.
Norm L ‘ who was a barman at the ” Gentleman’s Club ” where Harry with like-minded men met dressed in women’s apparel was never met and interviewed. Norm has since passed away.
These are just a few of many that Mullins and Hayes interviewed with important information that was never met nor interviewed by South Australian major crime.
Many detectives are committed, focussed and seek the truth. A small minority are ego-driven solely defining themselves by their title and uniform. Others are plain lazy.
Those who say it cannot be done should not interrupt the ones who are doing it.
This page is written and constructed by Stuart Mullins.