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Post by Cheshire Cat on 13.12.10 21:45




"British police helped to "develop evidence" against Madeleine McCann's parents as they were investigated by Portuguese police as formal suspects in the disappearance of their daughter, the US ambassador to Portugal was told by his British counterpart in September 2007.
The meeting between US ambassador Al Hoffman and the British ambassador, Alexander Wykeham Ellis, took place a fortnight after Kate and Gerry McCann were formally declared arguidos, or suspects, by Portuguese police.
In a diplomatic cable marked confidential, the US ambassador reported: "Without delving into the details of the case, Ellis admitted that the British police had developed the current evidence against the McCann parents, and he stressed that authorities from both countries were working co-operatively."

The comments attributed to the ambassador appear to contradict the widespread perception at the time that Portuguese investigators were the driving force behind the treatment of the McCanns as suspects in the case."

http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police?intcmp=239


US embassy cables: British police 'developed evidence' against McCanns, Washington told

Friday, 28 September 2007, 15:36
C O N F I D E N T I A L SECTION 01 OF 02 LISBON 002527
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STATE FOR XXXXXXXXXXXX
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SUBJECT: PORTUGAL: UK AMBASSADOR ON ENERGY SECURITY,
RUSSIA, EU-AFRICA SUMMIT, AND MCCANN CASE
Classified By: XXXXXXXXXXXX FOR REASONS 1.4 (B),(D)
SUMMARY
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1. (C) On September 21, newly-arrived British Ambassador Alexander Wykeham Ellis informed Ambassador Hoffman that European concerns over Russia's aggressive energy policies and the need for market competition were the driving forces behind the third EU energy liberalization package. He suggested that Russia's position with its neighbors was guided by a self-proclaimed right to do "what it wants, when it wants" in its own neighborhood. Regarding Robert Mugabe's participation in the proposed EU-Africa Summit, Ellis said the UK would not discourage other member states from participating if PM Brown stayed away. He doubted, however, if the Dutch, Irish, or Swedish would attend in Brown's absence. Ellis also noted that it was the British police that developed the current evidence against Madeleine McCann's parents in the high-profile case that has captured international attention. He informed the Ambassador that former British Ambassador John Buck had accepted a private-sector position at a UK gas company and that his departure had nothing to do with bilateral issues. END SUMMARY
RUSSIA'S ENERGY GAME IS COMING TO AN END
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2. (C) According to Ellis, European concerns over Russia's aggressive energy policies and the need for increased market competition were the driving forces behind the third EU energy liberalization package. He called Russia the greatest threat to European energy security and described its energy policies as a "game that's coming to an end." He argued that Gazprom's sustainability depends on the European distribution network and that Putin, who is "always trying to make a point to Europe," knew and understood this reality. Quoting a statement he had heard elsewhere, Ellis described Russia as "too strong, too weak"; suggesting that it was a bipolar society divided by feelings of strength and empowerment and internal fears of national failure.
RUSSIA, THE BIG BAD NEIGHBOR
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3. (C) When questioned about Kosovo and Russia's relationship with its neighbors, Ellis suggested that Russia's position (on Kosovo) was driven by a self-proclaimed right to do "what it wants, when it wants" in its own neighborhood. Ellis did not believe that Russia had high regard for Serbia or any of its other neighbors, but rather it feared outside influences in the region. Reflecting on his position as Director of the EU Enlargement Team in London (2001-2003), Ellis noted that completing the 2004 EU enlargement phase had been difficult, and hypothesized that if the Russia of now were the Russia of then, the process would have been nearly impossible.
MUGABE...AND THE OTHER BAD GUYS
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4. (C) According to Ellis, the UK's position on Zimbabwe has not changed; if Robert Mugabe showed up, then Gordon Brown would not. However, he could not confirm if the British government would send any representatives. While he claimed that the UK had steered away from discouraging other member stated from attending, he noted the possibility that the Dutch, Irish, and Swedish leaders may follow Brown's lead. Regarding Chavez and Ahmadinejad, Ellis commented that Portugal's approach was centered on "engagement" -- even with the so-called bad guys. Ambassador Hoffman countered that "irrational people cannot be expected to behave rationally." While acknowledging that the US position was justifiable, Ellis responded that there were sensitivities at play for Portugal, especially regarding Venezuela. (Note: There are approximately a half-million Portuguese living in Venezuela. End Note)
THE MADELEINE MCCANN CASE
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5. (C) Madeleine McCann's disappearance in the south of Portugal in May 2007 has generated international media attention with controversy surrounding the Portuguese-led police investigation and the actions of Madeleine's parents. Without delving into the details of the case, Ellis admitted that the British police had developed the current evidence against the McCann parents, and he stressed that authorities from both countries were working cooperatively. He commented that the media frenzy was to be expected and was acceptable as long as government officials keep their comments behind closed doors.
BIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION
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6. (SBU) Ellis, a former school teacher, joined Britain's
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Foreign and Commonwealth Office in 1990 and moved progressively up the chain to Ambassador. Lisbon was his first foreign tour as a diplomat, followed by postings in Brussels, Madrid and London. He has also served as Director of the EU Enlargement Team in London (2001-2003) and as adviser on energy policies and trade issues (2005-2007) under EC President Jose Barroso. XXXXXXXXXXXX Ellis informed Ambassador Hoffman that former British Ambassador John Buck had accepted a private-sector position with a British gas company and that his abrupt departure in August 2007 had nothing to do with bilateral issues.

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Post by soulthief on 13.12.10 22:17

question is who told the police to drop it? Because lets be fair the police actively assisted them with softly softly interviews, allowing them to re read their won and each others statements and by not drawing inference to the umming and stalling for time as they blatantly lie their way through statements/

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Post by Guest on 13.12.10 22:18

The comments attributed to the ambassador appear to contradict the widespread perception at the time that Portuguese investigators were the driving force behind the treatment of the McCanns as suspects in the case."

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Oh dear, this won't go down well at all in some quarters

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Post by Cherry on 13.12.10 22:24

wasn't it Tony Parsons who was slagging off the Portuguese police, wonder if he knows about this.

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Post by Guest on 13.12.10 22:25

]British police helped to "develop evidence" against Madeleine McCann's parents as they were investigated by Portuguese police as formal suspects in the disappearance of their daughter, the US ambassador to Portugal was told by his British counterpart in September 2007



So there we have have it, the British cops must be bungling cops too.

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Post by Irish Eyes on 13.12.10 22:31

Could it mean that the 'developed evidence' was fake/planted and the McCanns are innocent?

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Post by maebee on 13.12.10 23:04

The 'Madeleine case'

'Madeleine Case': British police said parents

The UK ambassador to U.S. certifies the charges filed by police in Portugal
MORA MIGUEL 13/12/2010



Only one among the 250,000 cable leaked to Wikileaks refers to the sad and tragic case of Madeleine McCann , British girl who disappeared in Praia da Luz (Algarve) on the night of May 3, 2007 and whose fate is still no news. The confidential dispatch is dated at Lisbon on 29 September that year, only 20 days after the girl's parents leave Portugal in haste after being questioned at Portimao police station on suspicion of accidental death and concealment of the body Maddie. In the cable, the then new British ambassador in Lisbon, Alexander W. Ellis admits to his U.S. counterpart, Alfred Hoffman, who has been the British police who had found the evidence against Madeleine's parents. Hoffman writes, Ellis "did not go into details of the case" but "admitted that he had been the police of his own country who had conducted the tests."

Cable tests on Madeleine case
Ellis ambassador also told his counterpart that the security forces of both countries "were working in a coordinated way" in the case, and raised the huge media attention, said, "was expected and acceptable, provided that representatives of the Government maintain comments closed. "

Ellis recommends total secrecy, suggesting that their job is to keep the case secret with the Portuguese government. And above all, he admits privately that the spokesperson for the family and the British Government never admitted publicly, that the passage of the parents of Madeleine, Gerry and Kate, complainants suspect was due to evidence obtained by the British police moved to the Algarve.
Many lusos and international media, including the country, at the time told in detail what Ellis confirmed in secret that it was the British detectives, with the help of two dogs brought from England specialist, who found evidence of possible death Maddie (body odor, blood, and excess body fluids) within the wall of the apartment or in the trunk of the car that the McCanns had rented.
This finding, together with some inconsistencies shown by the friends and parents of Maddie, prompting police to declare lusa Kate and Gerry McCann as arguidos (suspects in the Portuguese judicial system) and take their statements on September 6 for almost 11 hours. Three days later, McCann staged a spectacular escape at dawn from Praia da Luz to Faro airport and from there to England . On July 21, 2008, the Prosecutor General of Portugal decided to shelve the case and exonerated the parents for lack of evidence.

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Post by Guest on 13.12.10 23:21

WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against McCannsBritish ambassador's reported comments to US counterpart offer insight into role of UK police in 2007 investigation


Share103 Ben Quinn guardian.co.uk, Monday 13 December 2010 21.30 GMT Article history
Madeleine McCann is mentioned twice in the WikiLeaks cables. Photograph: PA

British police helped to "develop evidence" against Madeleine McCann's parents as they were investigated by Portuguese police as formal suspects in the disappearance of their daughter, the US ambassador to Portugal was told by his British counterpart in September 2007.

The meeting between US ambassador Al Hoffman and the British ambassador, Alexander Wykeham Ellis, took place a fortnight after Kate and Gerry McCann were formally declared arguidos, or suspects, by Portuguese police. The McCanns have said that there was "absolutely no evidence to implicate them in Madeleine's disappearance whatsoever."

In a diplomatic cable marked confidential, the US ambassador reported: "Without delving into the details of the case, Ellis admitted that the British police had developed the current evidence against the McCann parents, and he stressed that authorities from both countries were working co-operatively."

The comments attributed to the ambassador appear to contradict the widespread perception at the time that Portuguese investigators were the driving force behind the treatment of the McCanns as suspects in the case.

The disclosure comes as WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange returns to court in an attempt to secure bail following his arrest last week at the request of Swedish authorities who want to interview him over allegations of sexual assault. A number of other cables released by the whistleblowers' website shed new light on aspects of the financial crisis. Revelations include:

• RBS chairman Sir Philip Hampton said the board of the bank breached their "fiduciary responsibilities" by allowing the takeover of the Dutch bank ABN Amro.

• The Bank of England governor, Mervyn King, was so worried about the health of the banks that he proposed a secret international fund to recapitalise them six months before the collapse of Lehman Brothers.

• US officials expressed doubts in October 2008 over whether Ireland appreciated how much trouble its banks were in.

In one of two cables referring to the McCann case, the US ambassador notes: "Madeleine McCann's disappearance in the south of Portugal in May 2007 has generated international media attention with controversy surrounding the Portuguese-led police investigation and the actions of Madeleine's parents."

He reported that his British counterpart thought "that the media frenzy was to be expected and was acceptable as long as government officials keep their comments behind closed doors".

It was not until 21 July 2008 that the Portuguese authorities shelved their investigation and lifted the arguido status of the McCanns. Responding to the contents of the cable, a spokesman for the McCanns told the Guardian: "This is an entirely historic note that is more than three years old. Subsequently, Kate and Gerry had their arguido status lifted, with the Portuguese authorities making it perfectly clear that there was absolutely no evidence to implicate them in Madeleine's disappearance whatsoever."To this day, they continue to work tirelessly on the search for their daughter, co-operating when appropriate with both the Portuguese and British authorities."

British authorities had substantial involvement in the investigation launched after Madeleine disappeared in May 2007 from the holiday apartment where the McCanns had left their three children in bed before joining friends at a nearby restaurant in the Algarve village of Praia da Luz. At least one British sniffer dog was used in the investigation and, according to reports, was said to have picked up the scent of a dead body in the apartment.

In 2008, when a dossier detailing investigations by Portuguese police was made public, it emerged British scientists had warned that DNA tests on a sample from the McCanns' holiday hire car were inconclusive days before they were made suspects. It is known that the Forensic Science Service analysed material sent to Britain by Portuguese police. A spokesman for Leicestershire police said their involvement in the investigation was limited to co-ordinating UK-based inquiries on behalf of the Portuguese authorities.

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Post by Guest on 13.12.10 23:33

Many pages of tweets on this, here's just a few

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laci200 says: RT @Haga2: WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against McCanns http://t.co/XiGpkXV via @guardian - 2 mins ago Reply laci200 says: RT @veniviedivici: #WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against McCanns http://t.co/phWUfIf via @guardian #cablegate #McCan ... - 3 mins ago Reply laci200 says: RT @Mairy_Hinge: @wicatty009 fill yer boots! http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police British ... - 3 mins ago Reply UnterdenTeppich says: RT @appleblossombea: @littlebead You seen this ? http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police - 4 mins ago Reply littlebead says: RT @appleblossombea: @littlebead You seen this ? http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police - 9 mins ago Reply veniviedivici says: RT @appleblossombea: @littlebead You seen this ? http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police - 10 mins ago Reply ViewFromEngland says: WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against McCanns http://t.co/vQOcN4I via @guardian - 11 mins ago Reply appleblossombea says: @littlebead You seen this ? http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police - 14 mins ago Reply Hellchico says: RT @JonathanHaynes: #WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against Madeleine McCann's parents http://bit.ly/hcvZ6j #cablegate - 15 mins ago Reply mjmuk says: RT @guardiantech: RT @JonathanHaynes: #WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against Madeleine McCann's p... http://bit.ly/hcvZ6j - 15 mins ago Reply nicolacoxint says: WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against McCanns http://t.co/wixL6jF via @guardian - 26 mins ago Reply dpaxorales says: ah,the pint pushers were in it with the sardine munchers http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police - 29 mins ago Reply stonermoog says: RT @alextaveira: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police McCann's guilty. Confirms what peopl ... - 29 mins ago Reply JillyCL says: RT @alextaveira: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police McCann's guilty. Confirms what peopl ... - 32 mins ago Reply garrettscooke says: RT @appleblossombea: WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against McCanns http://t.co/UqhAlgk Case needs to be re-OPENED not ... - 33 mins ago Reply WikiLeaksFAQ says: RT @GdnCables: #cablegate WikiLeaks cables: UK police 'developed' evidence against McCanns http://bit.ly/gwRPku #wikileaks - 33 mins ago Reply justice4maddie says: RT @GaeMar01: .@GdnCables @BenQuinn75 : please post the original US cable re #McCann case > under #McCann http://bit.ly/dOIJBH > t ... - 33 mins ago Reply NinaSaada says: big day re #wikileaks tomorrow: http://biturl.net/awjf and just in: http://biturl.net/awjg - 34 mins ago Reply fartdeco says: RT @alextaveira: http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police McCann's guilty. Confirms what peopl ... - 37 mins ago Reply macybea says: RT @Mairy_Hinge: RT @alextaveira http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2010/dec/13/wikileaks-madeleine-mccann-british-police McCanns guilty. #mccann - 38 mins ago

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Post by maebee on 13.12.10 23:55

Thanks Candy but I just don't get this tweet thing. Is there one link where we can see all these tweets? Twicko here

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Post by Guest on 14.12.10 0:07

@maebee wrote:Thanks Candy but I just don't get this tweet thing. Is there one link where we can see all these tweets? Twicko here

Here's one maebee,

http://search.twitter.com/search?q=McCann&result_type=recent

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Post by Judge Mental on 14.12.10 2:08

The Guardian;
In 2008, when a dossier detailing investigations by Portuguese police was made public, it emerged British scientists had warned that DNA tests on a sample from the McCanns' holiday hire car were inconclusive days before they were made suspects. It is known that the Forensic Science Service analysed material sent to Britain by Portuguese police. A spokesman for Leicestershire police said their involvement in the investigation was limited to co-ordinating UK-based inquiries on behalf of the Portuguese authorities.

It is a jolly good job that they were limited! How much more than the Gaspars statements would have lain buried and hidden from the Portuguese police investigation otherwise? Perhaps The Guardian will make it known that the Gaspars statements may have taken the investigation in a completely different direction had the Portuguese police been informed that the Gaspars had made statements about McCann and Payne..

Then perhaps the BBC would not have been put in the ridiculous position of inviting the McCanns onto their breakfast shows, and Simon Hare could have done something far more useful with his journalistic expertise. Thereby never having to experience such head-scratching confusion as why The Madeleine Foundation was formed in the first place.

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Post by Autumn on 14.12.10 2:34



'To this day, they continue to work tirelessly on the search for their daughter, co-operating when appropriate with both the Portuguese and British authorities."

Read more: http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/217298/UK-cops-developed-McCann-evidence/UK-cops-developed-McCann-evidence#ixzz1834bs6gG

Their arrogance knows no bounds - who are they to decide when it is appropriate to co-operate with the authorities?

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Post by Autumn on 14.12.10 3:08

candyfloss wrote:
@maebee wrote:Thanks Candy but I just don't get this tweet thing. Is there one link where we can see all these tweets? Twicko here

Here's one maebee,

http://search.twitter.com/search?q=McCann&result_type=recent


This Tweet caught my eye

veniviedivici: RT @RealHumptyB: UK officers knew. Not sure where this leaves Kate #McCann book which was intended to discredit the Portuguese police. http://bit.ly/dOIJBH (expand)
1 minute ago via TweetDeck · Reply · View Tweet

As is clear from their Facebook site, the intention of the McCanns' book was to discredit the Portuguese police - oh dear, they didn't see this coming spit coffee

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Post by Cheshire Cat on 14.12.10 7:22

@Autumn wrote:
candyfloss wrote:
@maebee wrote:Thanks Candy but I just don't get this tweet thing. Is there one link where we can see all these tweets? Twicko here

Here's one maebee,

http://search.twitter.com/search?q=McCann&result_type=recent


This Tweet caught my eye

veniviedivici: RT @RealHumptyB: UK officers knew. Not sure where this leaves Kate #McCann book which was intended to discredit the Portuguese police. http://bit.ly/dOIJBH (expand)
1 minute ago via TweetDeck · Reply · View Tweet

As is clear from their Facebook site, the intention of the McCanns' book was to discredit the Portuguese police - oh dear, they didn't see this coming

That occured to me as I dropped off to sleep last night. When you take the Cable along with Lee Rainbows report and Eddie & Keela it shows the the British Police were developing a pretty solid case against the McCanns. Until the investigation was stopped in its tracks.

Clarence:

A spokesman for the McCanns said: "This is an entirely historic note that is more than three years old.

Same excuse as Gerry Adams



Subsequently, Kate and Gerry had their arguido status lifted, True!!!



with the Portuguese authorities making it perfectly clear that there was absolutely no evidence to implicate them in Madeleine's disappearance whatsoever. To this day, they continue to work tirelessly on the search for their daughter, co-operating when appropriate with both the Portuguese and British authorities BIG LIE


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Post by tosca on 14.12.10 7:27

So Just who covered this up, it is quite clear now that the UK Police suspected the McCanns involvement .. why where they not charged!! There must be something very frightening for a few tops bods to have capped this case!! Will this info from Wikileaks re-open the case.

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Post by Cheshire Cat on 14.12.10 7:46

@tosca wrote:So Just who covered this up, it is quite clear now that the UK Police suspected the McCanns involvement .. why where they not charged!! There must be something very frightening for a few tops bods to have capped this case!! Will this info from Wikileaks re-open the case.

It looks like there were good guys in the Police who were seeking the truth V some bad cops who were on the scene from the beginning.

There is TV interview with GA on Joanna Morais site - obviously to anyone who follows the case this is not news at all.

But it is not helpful for the McCann's to start the year with revelations of the UK Police "suspecting the parents" and to close the year with the same message being printed in the newspapers.

If the Leicester Police had sent the Gasper statements to the PJ when they were supposed to the suspicion may have fallen on another member of the Tapas 9?

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Post by rammy on 14.12.10 8:15

Well The Daily Mail comments are more pro-mccann (granted there are only a few), and the one or two anti comments, have been red arrowed - I just think that seems a bit odd.

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Post by Guest on 14.12.10 8:39

GMTV's Lorraine Kelly is still doing her best to support the 'wee poor things' this morning. bad

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Post by Cheshire Cat on 14.12.10 8:45

Stella wrote:GMTV's Lorraine Kelly is still doing her best to support the 'wee poor things' this morning.

Oh no, they have called in the "big guns"!!!!

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Post by Guest on 14.12.10 9:06

Was that the "big guns", or big gobs ? laughat

Yep, still trying to play things down, something along the lines of well the British Police would have been involved, sort of thing.

They must be geared up and on red alert for what will come out. I'm sensing they must be a little worried. laughat

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