RCMP released Adair despite lack of explanation of Lisa's whereabouts

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Summary

RCMP released Adair despite his lack of a reasonable explanation of Lisa's whereabouts.

Detail

[Lisa's mom] asked the driver to tell her where her daughter was… [he said] I can't, before pausing and then trailing off with I'm sorry, I don't mean to disrespect your family.
Times Colonist, April 4, 2004 (Jim Gibson)[1]
He was released shortly after, though the RCMP told the Youngs they were sure he was withholding information critical to the case.
Ha-Shilth-Sa, August 14, 2003 (Ruth Olgilvie)[2]

After questioning, Adair was released even though he still had unrelated outstanding charges.[3]

RCMP never disclosed Adair's explanation of where he took Lisa — or whether he had one.[1][2]


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Sources

  1. 1.0 1.1 Jim Gibson, Times Colonist (Apr 4, 2004), The case Nanaimo can't forget tc20040404
  2. 2.0 2.1 Ruth Olgilvie, Ha-Shilth-Sa (Aug 14, 2003), Investigation for missing woman frustrates family hss20030814
  3. Jim Gibson, Star Phoenix (May 15, 2004), Vanished sp20040515