And yesterday three defendants, Mr Morgan's former business partner Jonathan Rees, 56, of Weybridge, Surrey, and his brothers in law Garry Vian, 50, who is serving 11 years over drugs and Glenn Vian, 52, of South Croydon, Surrey, were released from the Old Bailey after the case collapsed 24 years after Mr Morgan's death.
Mr Fillery, 64, was arrested in April 2008 and charged with perverting the course of justice over allegations that he made a threat to a potential witness.
Detective Chief Superintendent Hamish Campbell said after the case: "On behalf of the Metropolitan Police Service, I sincerely apologise to Daniel Morgan's Puma Red And Blue
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Mr Justice Maddison, said he did not know what the result of a trial would have been but said the police had "ample grounds" for arresting and prosecuting the men.
Broads village, replied "Thank you my Lord", but declined to comment following the case.
family and it is with considerable regret that a trial cannot proceed.
"This was a difficult decision to have reached and we recognise the severe disappointment this will cause and how deeply upsetting it is to Daniel's family and friends."
Mr Morgan, a father of two, was bludgeoned to death in the car park of the Golden Lion pub in Sydenham, South London, in March 1987.
Mr Morgan's brother Alastair, 62, said: "We are devastated. We have been failed utterly by all the institutions designed to protect us. We call upon the Home Secretary now to order a full judicial inquiry into this sorry state of affairs."
Sid Fillery, a former Metropolitan Police detective who now lives in Thurne, near Acle, Norfolk, was part of the original Scotland Yard team probing the killing of Mr Morgan who ran the Southern Investigations agency in Thornton Heath, Surrey.
The five police inquiries and an inquest, as well as three years of legal hearings, are unofficially estimated at 30 million.
"This current investigation has identified, ever more clearly, how the initial inquiry failed the family and wider public.
The devastated family of Daniel Morgan, a private detective who was found with an axe in his head in 1987, say they have been failed by the system after the case faltered and now want a judicial inquiry.
James Cook, 56, from Surrey, who was initially accused of murder had the case against him dropped last year after supergrass witnesses were discredited.
The case remains one of the longest unsolved murder Puma Sports Shoes For Men cases on Scotland Yard's books and took place against a background of drug dealing and alleged corruption amongst local police officers.
"It is quite apparent that police corruption was a debilitating factor in that investigation. This was wholly unacceptable.
But following legal argument at the Old Bailey he was discharged by Mr Justice Maddison in February last year. Mr Fillery, who works at the Lion Inn pub in the Puma New York
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