The Complete Mystery of Madeleine McCann™
Hi,

A very warm welcome to The Complete Mystery of Madeleine McCann™ forum.

Please log in, or register to view all the forums, then settle in and start chatting with us!

Enjoy your day,

Jill Havern
Forum owner

Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Page 3 of 7 Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7  Next

View previous topic View next topic Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by sar on 02.09.14 0:20

Just watched Sky News, so that's it??  After around 7 years of investigation.  A recommendation to set up a bureau to investigate missing children and a plug for some bleepin' book????   and hope it all goes better next time!!!!  Truman Showesq, feel like this is some sort of joke? [internal monologue] Maybe my one fingered typing is being projected onto Big Ben, where is everyone, where is the "rioting in the streets"?

sar

Posts : 461
Reputation : 139
Join date : 2013-09-11

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Gaggzy on 02.09.14 0:22

@pennylane wrote:Gamble claims all those agencies that descended on Portugal just wanted to help, so I wonder why The Home Office refused to turn over basic McCann credit card and bank statements when the investigation was in its infancy... even as the blood and cadaver dogs alerted to the McCanns apartment and hire car, and the pair kept changing their absurd story.  Yeh, the Home Office reeeeally wanted to help, and still do! whistling

.... not to mention Madeleine's medical records!

Virtually proves they had something to hide.

Gaggzy

Posts : 488
Reputation : 23
Join date : 2014-06-08
Location : North West.

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by jeanmonroe on 02.09.14 0:37

"In the first instance, the parents should be your number one suspects," he (JG) told Sky. "In most cases, in the first few golden hours, as you collect evidence, you can then rule them in or out. And that was one of the huge flaws in this............
----------------------------------------------------------------
"In the first instance, the parents should be your number one suspects,"

AND THEY WERE JIM, THEY WERE, BY THE PJ WITHIN HOURS!

The ONLY 'flaw' in the first golden hours, was the PJ didn't believe a single word the T9 told them right from the 'get go'!

"our friend Jane, SAW, from a distance of FIFTY (50) METRES a man carrying Madeleine off"

McCanns statements, 4th May, 2007. BOTH of them saying 50 METRES!

"The shutter WAS 'smashed, broken, jemmied, forced'

Take your pick who SAID that!

Even people back in the UK were SAYING that, as though 'gospel' within hours!

"long haired 'abductor' JT&KM "short haired 'abductor' Smiths.

"it was hot"  "it was cold"

etc.,

Yeah Jim, the huge FLAWS, not just ONE, in the golden hours, started on evening of 3rd May 2007at 10pm and the PJ 'sussed' them, that very same night!

jeanmonroe

Posts : 5133
Reputation : 886
Join date : 2013-02-07

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Guest on 02.09.14 0:38

@ChippyM wrote:
"In the first instance, the parents should be your number one suspects," he told Sky. "In most cases, in the first few golden hours, as you collect evidence, you can then rule them in or out. And that was one of the huge flaws in this – people didn't focus on clearing the ground beneath their feet in those chaotic first few hours that led into the haphazard first few weeks. ". 


http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/sep/01/british-police-competition-harmed-madeleine-mccann-investigation-home-office-report
Just what is he trying to say? He has blamed the PJ as usual but then utters the 2 words no-one in this case is allowed to say, 'parents' and 'suspects'!

And not forgetting this little gem:

"I genuinely believe that we will find out what happened in my lifetime. Relationships, loyalties change, and at some stage some person will come forward".

Jim'll fu fix it.



Guest
Guest


Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by aquila on 02.09.14 0:44

@Tony Bennett wrote:Tony wrote:

Observations:

For all his boasting, Gamble was boss of CEOP, was he not, when thousands of children were being abused and even raped in Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford and elsewhere?

Further to previous points, is it possible that the U.S. pro-establishment authors, Summers & Swan, have been shown Gamble's top secret report, while the British people have not seen it? It has obviously been leaked - who did it, and who authorised it?

The Guardian has just allowed the discredited former CEOP boss - without any challenge - to put the boot subtly but effectively once again into the Portuguese police - and rant on absurdly about how Theresa May got rid of him because she didn't understand what was needed and because he was appointed by a Labour government.

So, actually, Tony Blair appointed him to this role, then?

.....................................................

Whilst vast numbers of children were being abused under Gambles watch in CEOP, Jim was very happy to hold hands with the McCanns.

Does Gamble mention Gordon Brown's visit to the FSS Service which was subsequently closed?

Does he mention Gordon Brown's visit to Leicester Police?

I feel a topic coming on....questions you'd like to put to Jim Gamble...will you do the honours Tony?





aquila

Posts : 7953
Reputation : 1174
Join date : 2011-09-03

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Gaggzy on 02.09.14 0:47



'So it's down the hill, take a left, through the lights, right at the next junction, and the Pizza place is on the corner. Don't forget, mine's the 16 inch Seafood Special with extra anchovies.'

Redwood sends the PJ's can-lad out for his dinner.

Gaggzy

Posts : 488
Reputation : 23
Join date : 2014-06-08
Location : North West.

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by jeanmonroe on 02.09.14 0:50

Just an aside:

Can the McCanns even get SKY NEWS at their 'new' French "Chateau Rothley"? winkwink

And will any mortgage er, 'repayments' be paid, from 'donations' to their private limited company, Madeleine's Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned Limited, in £GBP or euro's?

Thanksss....... 'suckers'!

Working 'title' for KH2 1/2?

"from PAPAL to PAYPAL"
MY, not madeleine whatshername, heartbreaking 7 year 'journey'

by KATE MCCANN.

"ALL 'royalties' to go towards mine and Gerry's, registered private limited company, Madeleine's Fund, to continue our relentless quest to sue ANYBODY that dosen't believe us"

jeanmonroe

Posts : 5133
Reputation : 886
Join date : 2013-02-07

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Okeydokey on 02.09.14 1:03

I think anyone who has ever done a decent day's work will recognise Gamble for what he is...

Not the sort of guy to get things done.

But maybe the sort of guy who gives a running commentary on what everyone else is doing.

Or the sort of guy who sees everything through the prism of his own organisation's interests, in opposition to the interests of other organisations.

In other words someone who falls short of the law enforcement ideal of the officer seeking justice without the least care for his own interests.

Okeydokey

Posts : 919
Reputation : 13
Join date : 2013-10-18

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by jeanmonroe on 02.09.14 1:46

Were CEOP 'involved' in trying to 'find' little MISSING Ashya King?

Like they were 'involved', straight away, in trying to 'find' MISSING Madeleine McCann?

I know wee Ashya is 'non white', there, i've said it, unlike Madeleine BUT surely CEOP wouldn't dare NOT get involved in ONLY ONE 'case' of a 'missing' UK British child.......................and not another, would they?

Nah, i don't believe it.

I'm sure CEOP were 'involved', straight away, in trying to 'find' little Ashya.

They WERE, weren't they?

jeanmonroe

Posts : 5133
Reputation : 886
Join date : 2013-02-07

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by jeanmonroe on 02.09.14 2:19

"And that was one of the huge flaws in this – people didn't focus on clearing the ground beneath their feet in those chaotic first few hours"
------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Well, so YOU say, Jim.

BUT i say, the PJ 'cleared the ground beneath their feet' in the first few MINUTES!

"they smashed the shutter, jemmied the shutter, broken the shutter" say the McCanns.

"er, no they didn't" says PJ and OC manager, within minutes.

FLAWS 'exposed' in minutes, by the PJ and others, not 'hours', Jim.

jeanmonroe

Posts : 5133
Reputation : 886
Join date : 2013-02-07

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Google.Gaspar.Statements on 02.09.14 7:11

Now that it's been said that the British police hampered the search for Madeleine McCann, will the McCanns now sue the British police?


Google.Gaspar.Statements

Posts : 345
Reputation : 205
Join date : 2013-05-15

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by tiny on 02.09.14 7:19

Funny how this has come out now just when the trial is about to start again

tiny

Posts : 2274
Reputation : 1
Join date : 2010-02-03

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by sharonl on 02.09.14 7:29

Secret Madeleine McCann report finds competing British forces hampered inquiry

Police chiefs fighting to be seen to be helping in the search for Madeleine McCann alienated Portuguese authorities and had a long-term impact on the investigation, report finds



Madeleine McCann went missing from a Portuguese holiday complex in 2007 Photo: PA

By Telegraph reporter
7:38PM BST 01 Sep 2014


British police forces competing to been seen to be helping find Madeleine McCann hampered the investigation and has had a long term negative effect, a secret Home Office report found.
The unpublished report by Jim Gamble, former head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), found that so many UK agencies got involved it damaged relations with Portuguese police.
The report, commissioned by former Home Secretary Alan Johnson in 2009, was delivered in 2010 and led to the Metropolitan Police reopening the investigation into Madeleine's disappearance, but was never released.
For the first time details have been briefed to Sky News, revealing that Mr Gamble criticised the Association of Chief Police Officers decision to put Leicestershire Police in charge of the operation because the McCanns lives in the county, despite the fact the force was ill-equipped to deal with such a big investigation.
Mr Gamble said that within weeks of Madeleine going missing in May 2007 the Portuguese were given advice by CEOP, the Metropolitan Police, the Serious Organised Crime Agency and the National Police Improvement Agency.

             


The Crimestoppers charity published its own appeal hotline and different Government ministers – No 10, the Home Office and the Foreign Office – were demanding briefings from the various agencies.
Mr Gamble said: “All of us, including myself at CEOP at the time, your first gut reaction is you want to help, a child has gone missing … so everyone came with best intention, that created a sense of chaos and a sense of competition, people putting their hand up and wanting to help and in many instances in my opinion wanting to be seen to help.
“If we look at it honestly there were some in leadership roles who wanted to represent their organisation to be seen to take a lead role and be seen to provide critical input in this and that made it difficult for a small, regional force like Leicestershire.
“It was unhelpful … I've no doubt relationships from the outset with the Portuguese were impacted by it and I think that had a long term negative effect on the investigation and I think to this very day the Met investigation team that's engaged now are still having to manage and massage that relationship and perhaps to be fair to the Portuguese, mend some fences that were trodden on in the early days.”
He has refused to discuss the content of his report, but leaked details reveals that the intervention of multiple British police forces and crime agencies led to "frustration" and "resentment" among the Portuguese police who believed that their British counterparts were on the side of the McCanns.
Because of the challenges to the way the Portuguese police were investigating Britain was warned that they should not try to act as a "colonial power".
Discussing the investigation Mr Gamble said that the initial Portuguese police response to Madeleine’s disappearance was "haphazard".
“There was chaos, and as it went on it was haphazard which was alien to the more structured police you would expect here in the UK. There was not a sense of order.
“In the first instance the parents should be your Number One suspects. In most cases in the first few golden hours as you collect evidence you can then rule them in or out.
“And that was one of the huge flaws in this, that people didn't focus on clearing the ground beneath their feet in those chaotic first few hours that led into the haphazard first few weeks.
“When I carried out the scoping review there was no evidence that some of the critical information and the analysis of which could have led to intelligence and to leads had been followed up.”
One of Mr Gamble’s recommendations in his report was the establishment of a national centre for missing children which could combine the resources of the best experts and technology.
However, this has not been set up and therefore the British authorities are no better equipped to deal with a similar situation than they were in 2007, Mr Gamble warns.
However, despite the failings Mr Gamble remains confident that Madeleine's case will be solved.
“Someone knows … I genuinely believe in my lifetime we will find out what happened. Relationships, loyalties change, and at some stage some person will come forward.”
Author Anthony Summers, whose book ‘Looking for Madeleine’ is out next week and contains further revelations about the case, said: “It was a case of too many cooks, all with good intentions, spoiling the broth of the initial investigation. And then the mistakes, or should I say the missteps, began to pile one upon another.”
Co-author Robbyn Swan added: “The problems that grew out of the race to help in the initial phase of the Madeleine investigation, the problems of the lack of co-ordination between the Portuguese and the British police, the bad feeling, the lack of translation ability, those things have not been fundamentally addressed.”

____________________
"WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER" - Rebekah Brooks to David Cameron

sharonl


Posts : 3567
Reputation : 419
Join date : 2009-12-29

View user profile http://www.cold2012.org.uk

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Tony Bennett on 02.09.14 7:41

@sharonl wrote:Secret Madeleine McCann report finds competing British forces hampered inquiry

Police chiefs fighting to be seen to be helping in the search for Madeleine McCann alienated Portuguese authorities and had a long-term impact on the investigation, report finds...

Author Anthony Summers, whose book ‘Looking for Madeleine’ is out next week and contains further revelations about the case, said: “It was a case of too many cooks, all with good intentions, spoiling the broth of the initial investigation. And then the mistakes, or should I say the missteps, began to pile one upon another.”
Co-author Robbyn Swan added: “The problems that grew out of the race to help in the initial phase of the Madeleine investigation, the problems of the lack of co-ordination between the Portuguese and the British police, the bad feeling, the lack of translation ability, those things have not been fundamentally addressed.”


In the publisher's blurb for Summer & Swan's 'Looking for Madeleine', it states:

They have examined the released Portuguese files, conducted in-depth interviews and original research to answer the questions: What can we really know about this most emotive of cases? What can we learn from it?

It looks like one of the key 'in-depth interviews' they conducted was with Jim Gamble, and one of the highlights of their 'original research' is quoting from snippets from his top secret report which has been leaked to them.

Even without considering Summers and Swan's previous track record, it's already clear that murky figures like Clarence Mitchell and Jim Gamble have basically written this book, with Summers and Swan's names on it - a sort of 'ghost-written' book.

The publication of the book on 11 September (9/11) will no doubt give the likes of Lorraine Kelly the opportunity to make a nice 'link' by introducing these authors on their sofas next week by highlighting how Summers and Swan wrote 'the most definitive accounht possible' of 9/11.

____________________

                            "Maddie's Jammies. Where is Maddie?" - Amelie, May 2007 -  "Maddie's Jammies. Where is Maddie?"


Tony Bennett
Researcher/Moderator

Posts : 13975
Reputation : 2148
Join date : 2009-11-25
Age : 69
Location : Harlow, Essex

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by palm tree on 02.09.14 7:50

What really p#sses me off is, it's now said the search was hampered through so much organisations wanting to help aka not mudding the water just helping. Then there's, in the first few hours the parents would have been ruled in or out, but good people wanting to help, hampered that too. And ofcourse, no mention of Eddie and Keela, oh no, their not going that far, hell no!
IMO

palm tree

Posts : 365
Reputation : 0
Join date : 2014-08-21

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by PeterMac on 02.09.14 8:04

@Tony Bennett wrote:
Even without considering Summers and Swan's previous track record, it's already clear that murky figures like Clarence Mitchell and Jim Gamble have basically written this book, with Summers and Swan's names on it - a sort of 'ghost-written' book.
We have a lot of stuff written and said by Gamble and Mitchell
People who write and speak a lot develop specific turns of phrase, and use highly specific vocabulary
I wonder if 'well known prases and expressions" will turn up in the book.

____________________


PeterMac
Researcher

Posts : 10170
Reputation : 143
Join date : 2010-12-06

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by ChippyM on 02.09.14 8:14

Y
@PeterMac wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:
Even without considering Summers and Swan's previous track record, it's already clear that murky figures like Clarence Mitchell and Jim Gamble have basically written this book, with Summers and Swan's names on it - a sort of 'ghost-written' book.
We have a lot of stuff written and said by Gamble and Mitchell
People who write and speak a lot develop specific turns of phrase, and use highly specific vocabulary
I wonder if 'well known prases and expressions" will turn up in the book.

 If Mitchell and Gamble and behind this book, what is Jim Gamble doing telling the guardian that the parents should be suspects first and that figures in the British police messed things up for the Pj ?

   I'm not disagreeing that this new book seems completely biased but I just can't get my head round Gamble saying these things, unless it is some kind of damage control for things that may come out soon.

ChippyM

Posts : 910
Reputation : 129
Join date : 2013-06-15

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Evening_All on 02.09.14 8:22

@jeanmonroe wrote:"In the first instance, the parents should be your number one suspects," he (JG) told Sky. "In most cases, in the first few golden hours, as you collect evidence, you can then rule them in or out. And that was one of the huge flaws in this............
----------------------------------------------------------------
"In the first instance, the parents should be your number one suspects,"

AND THEY WERE JIM, THEY WERE, BY THE PJ WITHIN HOURS!

The ONLY 'flaw' in the first golden hours, was the PJ didn't believe a single word the T9 told them right from the 'get go'!

"our friend Jane, SAW, from a distance of FIFTY (50) METRES a man carrying Madeleine off"

McCanns statements, 4th May, 2007. BOTH of them saying 50 METRES!

"The shutter WAS 'smashed, broken, jemmied, forced'

Take your pick who SAID that!

Even people back in the UK were SAYING that, as though 'gospel' within hours!

"long haired 'abductor' JT&KM "short haired 'abductor' Smiths.

"it was hot"  "it was cold"

etc.,

Yeah Jim, the huge FLAWS, not just ONE, in the golden hours, started on evening of 3rd May 2007at 10pm and the PJ 'sussed' them, that very same night!
Just one simple anomally. Why did the PJ allow GM to be present at KMs first interview? If there was ever a chance to split opinions/stories then that was it. If they had really been sussed there would have been more resource allocated to catch all of those responsible for perverting the course of justice. IE all of the tapas eating and drinking club.

Evening_All

Posts : 38
Reputation : 0
Join date : 2014-09-01

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Doug D on 02.09.14 8:41

ChippyM:
‘ I'm not disagreeing that this new book seems completely biased but I just can't get my head round Gamble saying these things, unless it is some kind of damage control for things that may come out soon’
 
I must confess to similar thoughts.
 
Brunty Sky snippet:
JG told me: ‘Even now he had to be careful what he said in case someone threw their toys out of the pram……
 
(Are we talking super-inaudible here?)
 
Snippets from The Guardian report:
 
‘Jim Gamble, the former head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) and the author of the report, also said the government had not learned from its mistakes, saying that it "does not understand the complexities of child abuse".
 
He told the Guardian that agencies developed an "organisational arrogance" in the rush to help. He said: "Each one thought that their agency would bring the best to bear on this. We were all guilty."
 
However, Gamble said that lessons had not been learnt from the McCann investigation because Theresa May had snubbed calls for a national resource to deal with child exploitation.
 
Following the spate of recent child abuse scandals, Gamble accused the government of failing to act sufficiently to tackle the issue. He said: "In the face of Rotherham; in the face of over 500 coming forward over Savile; in the face of everything we know we don't know enough about, we need a credible overarching review. And the truth is, we haven't got it."
 
What is JG trying to say here?
 
Is he looking to get his defence in early of criticisms of him and others in the new book (which he has clearly already seen) and why throw ‘child abuse’ and ‘child exploitation’ into the McCann mix from his side at this stage?

Doug D

Posts : 2152
Reputation : 642
Join date : 2013-12-03

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by PeterMac on 02.09.14 9:00

@Evening_All wrote:
Just one simple anomally. Why did the PJ allow GM to be present at KMs first interview? If there was ever a chance to split opinions/stories then that was it.
That was the PJs biggest and most crucial mistake. Not only did Gerry sit in but he was allowed to signal to Kate by squeezing her shoulder.

Gerry was first. He was interviewed alone. When his statement was completed Kate followed.
Unusually Gerry was permitted to remain in the interview room, whilst Kate was interviewed and her statement was taken.
He was permitted to sit behind her and she states that from time to time he “would place a hand on my shoulder or give me a reassuring squeeze”.
Further observation
3 Physical contact of this sort may be reassuring. It can also be a very effective method of communication.
They lost the Golden Opportunity ti prove beyond a reasonable doubt . . . and it took them another few days to get back on track, by which time TM had pulled their protective shield round them

____________________


PeterMac
Researcher

Posts : 10170
Reputation : 143
Join date : 2010-12-06

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by aiyoyo on 02.09.14 10:11

@tiny wrote:Funny how this has come out now just when the trial is about to start again

Likely it's to do with the book about to be released containing extracts of CEOP's secret report leaked to Summers directly from the horse's mouth. Maybe JG was one of the mccanns team interviewed by Summers.

aiyoyo

Posts : 9611
Reputation : 318
Join date : 2009-11-28

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by jeanmonroe on 02.09.14 10:41

report finds competing British forces hampered the investigation into Madeleine McCanns 'disappearance'
------------------------------------------------

"overheard" from Chataeu Rothley, France, near England.

"Phew that was lucky, Tiny Tears, Big Jim's report saying that British Police forces hampered the investigation into Madeleine's 'disappearance'"

"Aye, Hotlips, it dosen't appear we're going to get anything out of that 'sardine muncher' for hampering the investigation into Maddie's, er, Madeline's 'disappearance', so we'll sue, for say, £5 million in damages for ourselves, the twins and er, um, whatshername, umm, Margaret, all those British Police forces, who hampered the investigation into Maggie's 'disappearance' just like we're claiming 'sardine boy' did. We'll call Big Jimmy as our star witness"

"okay, i'll give Farter Cluck, a bell, after our full English, tomorrow"

"Goodnight Tiny Tears"

"Goodnight Hotlips"

"Goodnight Jim Bob"

jeanmonroe

Posts : 5133
Reputation : 886
Join date : 2013-02-07

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by NickE on 02.09.14 10:43

Angry punters on Sky News Facebook page. No-one is buying the abduction fairy-tale.
 https://t.co/YU4HUd7zBq

____________________
When asked if people will ever learn what really happened, Mr Amaral responded: “Yes, we will, when MI5 opens the case files, we will find out".

NickE

Posts : 916
Reputation : 217
Join date : 2013-10-27
Age : 41

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by Doug D on 02.09.14 10:59



Full Sky report (link courtesy of Candyfloss on her new site, thank you)

From this it is apparent that it is the PJ that JG is talking about when he mention throwing their toys out.

Very much a promotional piece, with both the authors having a good say and JG going on about 'amber alert' again.

Having watched this, I hold out no hope for the book and as TB has said above, it looks very much like a CM/JG/TM collaboration.

Doug D

Posts : 2152
Reputation : 642
Join date : 2013-12-03

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Re: Sky news 7pm - Exclusive new report on Madeleine McCann investigation tonight - 1 Sept 2014

Post by palm tree on 02.09.14 11:06

@NickE wrote:Angry punters on Sky News Facebook page. No-one is buying the abduction fairy-tale.
 https://t.co/YU4HUd7zBq
Excellent, if everyone sticks together and keeps this up surely OG will get down to the nitty gritty and have to look at the parents. They'll not get nowhere until the obvious is looked at, and that's where it will end, the exact place as Goncalo Amaral IMO

palm tree

Posts : 365
Reputation : 0
Join date : 2014-08-21

View user profile

Back to top Go down

Page 3 of 7 Previous  1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7  Next

View previous topic View next topic Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum