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Petition calls for Corrie McKeague search to continue as mum reveals source claimed to 'know who killed him' Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!The mother of missing airman Corrie McKeague has claimed her son may have been killed before being dumped in landfill prompting the huge hunt for his body.
Nicola Urquhart, 48, took to the Find Corrie Facebook page to blast police after they dramatically ended the search of a landfill site after 20 weeks.Police had sifted through more than 6,500 tonnes of waste but found "no trace" of Corrie and admitted on Friday his body is now never likely to be found.Picture shows the police as they continue the search for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague at Milton landfill site on Wednesday, March 15.But today, Saturday July 22, Nicola revealed the dig started at the site in Milton, Cambridgeshire, after a call to the reward hotline claiming Corrie has been killed.Corrie McKeague's mum is 'angry' and feels 'misled' after police call off landfill searchWriting on the Find Corrie site, Nicola said: "Somone (sic) claimed to me on a reward phone to have been told who killed Corrie and put him in the landfill."The police know this and that is why they started looking at the process of the landfill and went on to search the landfill, yet they are not exhausting all lines of louis vuitton purses japan enquiry by completing the search."Effectively what we have been told by Suffolk and Norfolk police is if anyone wishes to dispose of a body be that your louis vuitton bags pictures child or mine."Put it in a bin and let it go to landfill because they will simply walk away."7 things we learned at the Corrie McKeague press conferenceCorrie went missing in September last year after a night out with friends in Bury St Edmunds.A petition has now been set up calling for the landfill search to continue until Corrie's body is found.In just 12 hours the petition has been signed by nearly 11,000 people, which asked: "Why start a job if you are not going to complete it?"'We are heartbroken' devastated Martin McKeague reacts to end of landfill search for sonBut Nicola also revealed she is seeking legal advice on obtaining an injunction to stop the landfill site being filled in until she gets more answers.She said: "I am getting advice about the possibility about an injunction to stop them filling the landfill in at least until there is more honesty and plain speaking from the police. "The search for missing Corrie McKeague at Milton landfill endsPeople have also started campaigning on the find Corrie page for every member louis vuitton alma mm vernis to write a separate letter to the Suffollk Police and Crime Commissioner, Tim Passmore, in an effort to restart he search.Nicole wrote: "I think it would help if everyone did write to Tim Passmore the crime commissioner and the chief constable as if we don't tell them we are unhappy they can simply carry on walking away."Suffolk and Norfolk joint MIT team have been searching the landfill for 20 weeks. It is there belief that Corrie is in there."This is there strongest line of enquiry and as louis vuitton atlanta outlet such they are not looking at other possible lines or have dismissed them already as they so firmly believe Corrie is in the landfill."Yesterday's decision to stop searching at the landfill means they have now given up on finding Corrie.
"Suffolk police have handed back the landfill and are trying to have it filled back in this week."For clarity there is possibly only a few more weeks with help of searching that would allow police to find Corrie or to be able to say he is not in that landfill.".
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