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They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by Joss on 04.09.15 12:57

@ROSA wrote:
@Joss wrote:What i don't get is Why all this preference in the MBM case? What about all the other missing child cases in the U.K. and Maddie didn't even go missing from the U.K. Why are the McC's getting such preferential treatment with Maddie and all the money the U.K Govt. has thrown into this case? The U.K public should be furious about that IMO. No missing child case to my knowledge is ever closed until there has been a resolution to it, but after 8 yrs. it should be classified as a cold case until new information comes about if that will ever happen, and if they are placing this much importance on Madeleine's case then they need to do the same for all the other cases as well, or people need to start protesting about where all their tax dollars go in this wild goose chase that is this case, and start placing more funding on other missing children.
What pompous a**es these people come across as being that are keeping up this charade. What's so damn important with this case compared to any other, there is no difference, a missing child is still a missing child. And anyway shouldn't this be Portugal's investigation and not the U.K.? Its crazy to say the least when many people believe the McC's know exactly what happened to their child, so in that respect they are not parents of a missing child. Why are they not being investigated, what's the reason? When most of the evidence points to their involvement.

You are asking the right questions any normal person would ask but the mccanns seem to have super human power again I have to always wonder why  ?
If i lived in the U.K. i would certainly be demanding answers and contacting my local Ombudsman with a petition from others with the same concerns as  myself as to the absurdity that is the McCann case. Everyone knows there is absolutely No evidence of an abductor, and all roads lead back to the parents and their lies, IMO.

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by jeanmonroe on 04.09.15 12:58

And anyway shouldn't this be Portugal's investigation and not the U.K.?
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It IS Portugal's 'investigation'

And there's 'the rub'

If this was SOLELY a Leicestershire Police/MET Police 'investigation' the 'cover up' WOULD have been 'in' YEARS ago!

'Madeleine McCann 'killed' and removed by a scared, unknown, probably, now dead, burglator'

'NO evidence of parental or any of their friends involvement'

CASE CLOSED!

'and there is no evidence to implicate us, in her (Madeleine's) death'........G McCann, 23rd September 2009.

"I believe Kate and Gerry (McCann) are not responsible for Madeleines DEATH" Clarence Mitchell, £70,000pa, McCann spokesman




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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by Joss on 04.09.15 13:04

@jeanmonroe wrote:And anyway shouldn't this be Portugal's investigation and not the U.K.?
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It IS Portugal's 'investigation'

And there's 'the rub'

If this was SOLELY a Leicestershire Police/MET Police 'investigation' the 'cover up' WOULD have been 'in' YEARS ago!

'Madeleine McCann 'killed' and removed by a scared, unknown, probably, now dead, burglator'

'NO evidence of parental or any of their friends involvement'

CASE CLOSED!

'and there is no evidence to implicate us, in her (Madeleine's) death'........G McCann, 23rd September 2009.

"I believe Kate and Gerry (McCann) are not responsible for Madeleines DEATH" Clarence Mitchell, £70,000pa, McCann spokesman



So why on earth are the U.K. involved in this i wonder if the crime is not in their jurisdiction? They have no business involving themselves IMO.
Are they in the habit of sticking their noses in other crimes that involve U.K. citizens abroad? It is usually the law that if a citizen of a particular country commits a crime in a foreign country then the perpetrator of that crime has to deal with the laws of the country they commited the crime in, and the country of their citizenship cannot get involved. That is the law.

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they are not going to wind down operation grange

Post by willowthewisp on 04.09.15 13:22

Just wait and see if anyone from the UK is asked to attend any Portugal request for/ to disseminate the facts of the case, to see if they volunteer to attend,Clarence!!!!! Run Forest,Run?

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by jeanmonroe on 04.09.15 13:57

We always 'hear' of ILOR's (K MC 'mini me' DCI Wally is to send of, ALL HER OWN WORK, one 'shortly' which has only taken her 10 months (to 'compile') since she 'took' over from 'Call me Andy' at Operation Strange) going FROM the UK to Portugal, but, we NEVER 'hear' of any ILOR's FROM Portugal TO the UK.

Maybe they can't 'afford' a stamp for the envelope! winkwink

I'd 'imagine' if I were the lead investigator in Portugal, i'd have sent the UK many, many, ILOR's 'requesting' if I could 're-interview' the T9 and JW, having read their officially signed, truthful, 'statements' given to Leicestershire Police.

Who 'knows'?

Perhaps the Portuguese have sent many ILOR's to UK.

OG could 'employ' KM's, Madeleine's Fund 'funded', Portuguese files 'translator', at a cost of, say, £100,000, to translate the Portuguese ILOR's.




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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by ROSA on 04.09.15 13:59

The British tax payer and Portuguese public have rights too consider the damage that has already taken place especially in Portugal this is a cold case now until new evidence appears like everyone has suggested it's common sense to close it. If they want the case to remain open then give the British tax payer the facts .Wouldn't the amount spent on this case be part of the British budget lol and what do the politician's have to say censored

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by HelenMeg on 04.09.15 18:08

The PM David Cameron has this to say after todays meeting with the Portguese PM:

Today, we have discussed EU reform and the migration crisis.

(https://www.gov.uk/government/speeches/migration-and-eu-reform-pm-statement-in-lisbon)

Did they discuss the Madeleine case at all? Would that be on their agenda - or maybe not? I know he would not refer to this publicly
but I wonder whether it would be brought up or whether it is way way down the list..

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by tinkier on 04.09.15 20:48

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3222629/Portuguese-police-reveal-British-investigation-disappearance-Madeleine-McCann-live-Scotland-Yard-makes-fresh-request-information.html


taken from above link…….Portuguese police have revealed the British investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann is still 'very much alive' after Scotland Yard made a fresh request for information.
Prosecutors said they received the written appeal over the summer holidays and it would now be passed on to the detectives leading the investigation in Portugal.
The revelation comes days after it was reported the Met had spent £11million pursuing the case, called Operation Grange, but haven't made a single arrest - sparking criticism from the former head of the Flying Squad. 

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by sallypelt on 04.09.15 21:01

'The case is not about to be shelved.'

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there is no indication Operation Grange will 'wind down' any time soon.

A spokeswoman for the Attorney General's office in Lisbon said the letter was received in July and will be acted on by the Policia Judiciaria, which is running the Portuguese investigation into Madeleine's disappearance in Praia da Luz, on the Algarve, on May 3, 2007. 

A source on the Portuguese investigation said: 'This letter shows the investigation is still very much alive and that both British and Portuguese police are still working together to try to find out what happened to Madeleine. 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3222629/Portuguese-police-reveal-British-investigation-disappearance-Madeleine-McCann-live-Scotland-Yard-makes-fresh-request-information.html

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by Doug D on 04.09.15 21:23

‘The statement from the Attorney General's office said confirmed they had received the letter in July, and said the request will be sent to the Criminal Investigation Police (PJ) for them to look in to.’
 
Does everything in Portugal close completely for the summer, or did it just get put to the bottom of a large pile of more important stuff?
 
Is this a reflection on how seriously they take the Met’s ‘investigation’?
 
(Then the Mail have to throw in poor old tractor man again at the end.)

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by Sceptic on 05.09.15 12:58

@Doug D wrote:‘The statement from the Attorney General's office said confirmed they had received the letter in July, and said the request will be sent to the Criminal Investigation Police (PJ) for them to look in to.’
 
Does everything in Portugal close completely for the summer, or did it just get put to the bottom of a large pile of more important stuff?
 
Is this a reflection on how seriously they take the Met’s ‘investigation’?
 
(Then the Mail have to throw in poor old tractor man again at the end.)

I lived in spanish territory for 11 years and I think Portugal works very much the same - where all public sector offices courts etc close throughout August

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Re: They are NOT going to wind down Operation Grange, Portuguese and British police sources tell Daily Mirror [2 Sep 2015]

Post by ROSA on 05.09.15 13:29

The Scotland Yard inquiry is not winding down but at the same time the McCann's are moving money has to be a reason for this,  it all sounds very interesting and add that the British prime minister is to meet his Portuguese counterpart hmmm all very secretive of course the mind boggles.

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Letter in the Algarve resident - on line edition 17/9/15

Post by PeterMac on 17.09.15 17:46

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Interesting reply by the Editor, that their reporter had tried to contact Mitchell twice but got no reply.I thought he was the world's greatest Communicator

Has he been a spokesman-too-far and is now suffering the Silence of the McLambs ?

But come to think about it, what the hell can he possibly say to make it better. They seem to have been caught with their hands in the till, and he has blabbed it to the world.
Oh Dear, which is McSpeak for Ha Ha Ha

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