Inmate used mobile to run drug ring police say he was linked to three other cases
Treatment centre staff say he was “in bad condition” during arrest
Detective Inspector Peter Wright, senior officer of the National Organised Crime Unit, said: “Our priority remains to secure the safety and welfare of the victims and to bring to justice those responsible for their deaths.
“At this time I would like to commend the courage and determination of everyone involved in this incredibly sad event.”
Det Insp Wright continued: “My officers and I have had many opportunities to bring those responsible to justice but we are still dealing with a large number of other police investigations.
“Our investigations are currently ongoing into an allegation that a young woman was raped as part of a drug ring which was involved in supplying dangerous drugs for sale through the internet.
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“Some of the individuals who attended the meeting at the hospital have been interviewed by the police and we would like to give their full name and further details about their lives.”
She added: “While I know that some may be disappointed that some were not treated and have given false information in a bid to stay in prison, I have very few complaints and I am happy to be doing my best to bring to justice those involved in the events that are currently happening.”