The diver who led the Nicola Bulley case with his group has reportedly been removed from the country’s crime agency list.
Sources have confirmed that his group is no longer listed as one having a lot of expertise in the industry.
The diving expert spoke about how he and his team did everything to find the missing mother of two. But their equipment unfortunately does not dive down too deep in the reeds. And that is where her body had been spotted by two witnesses inside the river.
However, critics claim that making such a major statement on how the mother of two cannot be in the river as the team went through it for hours was irresponsible.
Peter Faulding who heads the firm SGI says they take immense pride in all of their rescue and search operations and one incident like this should not put others in doubt about their level of skill and expertise.
But that does not change the fact that they were removed from the National Crime Agency List which many refer to be a huge blow.
Faulding was seen mentioning how the firm’s credibility should not be questioned after its removal from the high-profile and prestigious list.
He told everyone to take a closer look at the firm’s history and how many great cases they were able to crack due to their skill and diligence. “We don’t need anyone to doubt our capability”- he continued.
The removal of the company from the list means they would no longer be able to assist in any other investigations on the Experts Advisors Database. And that’s after the diver made the sensational claim that Nicola Bulley was ‘not in that section of the river’.
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