In 1999, a confidential report detailed "gross acts of physical and psychological abuse" at the Blanche Pierre care home.
In 2000, alleged victims complained to the police.
Magnee said Dutroux was a "small fish" working for a network with links to the police.
Magnee said that some 6,000 hair samples found in the basement cellar where some of the victims were held had led to the discovery of 25 "unknown" DNA profiles.
"There were people in that cellar that are not now accused," said Magnee.
Dutroux said only 10% of the case had been examined. He asked why independent-minded policemen had been removed from the investigating team. - Dutroux insists he was part of paedophile ring World news The ...
Council of Ministers
Chief Minister: Frank Walker
Treasury Minister: Terry Le Sueur
Health Minister: Ben Shenton
Home Minister: Wendy Kinnard
Education Minister: Mike Vibert
Environment Minister: Freddie Cohen
Housing Minister: Terry Le Main
Social Security Minister: Paul Routier
Economic Development Minister: Philip Ozouf
Transport Minister: Guy de Faye
Bailiff: Sir Philip Bailhache
Deputy Bailiff: Michael Cameron St. John Birt
Attorney-General: William James Bailhache QC
Solicitor-General: Stephanie Claire Nicolle QC
Magistrate: Ian Le Marquand
Assistant Magistrate: Ian Christmas
When Dutroux was convicted in 2004 of raping and murdering a string of young girls - two of whom had starved to death in his cellar - he said he was part of a widespread paedophile ring that included policemen and elite members of Belgian society." - Secrets and terror of Jersey care home - Telegraph
Bridget O'Donnell and her partner Jeremy Wilkins befriended Kate and Gerry McCann during their week-long holiday in Portugal
"Bridget O'Donnell ... criticised Portuguese detectives for failing to take a statement from her and her partner, and said police officers did not even recognise a photograph of Madeleine the day after the incident." - Madeleine witness describes abduction night
"They answered a few questions and gave their details, which the policeman took down on 'the back of a bit of paper', Miss McDonnell wrote. 'No notebook.'
"'Then he pointed to the photocopied picture of Madeleine on the table. Is this your daughter? he asked. Er, no, we said. That's the girl you are meant to be searching for." - Madeleine McCann witness breaks her silence
Throughout the Dutroux investigation and trial there have been allegations and rumours of police incompetence at best, collusion at worst..." - Police told where Dutroux victim was long before she was found dead: witness