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Post by Guest on 13.05.11 19:36

Just seen this on MM, who in turn saw it on MCF,

FRIDAY, 13/05/2011, YEAR 12, No. 4122

abola.pt

Maddie Case: PJ denies involvement in research UK

The Judicial Police on Friday denied the existence of a collaboration with the British police in the research work of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the British girl who was last seen in Praia da Luz, Algarve. The information is advanced by the Renaissance.

Recall that, on Thursday evening, the international media gave account of the British Government's decision to order further efforts in the investigation of the case Maddie. However, it was not advanced any information about an involvement of the Portuguese authorities in this case, only being revealed the involvement of Scotland Yard.

17:53 - 13/05/2011

http://www.abola.pt/mundos/ver.aspx?id=263036


I have hunted high and low for something about this in the Portuguese press, and they usually print everything to do with this case and nothing. Perhaps this is why. What's going on?

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Re: PJ denies involvement in UK research

Post by Guest on 13.05.11 21:19

Updated now on Joana's site. With thanks to her...................




Maddie Case: Judiciary Police denies involvement in British Investigation


13 May 2011 | Posted by Joana Morais



The Judiciary Police denies that there is at this time any joint investigative team - involving Portuguese and British - devoted exclusively to find new clues about Maddie's disappearance. Contacted by Renascença, Pedro do Carmo, the Judiciary National joint director, explained that similarly to other cases, an investigation of this kind is never completely closed.

Portugal's contacts with the British authorities and vice versa have occurred informally and spaced. The information exchange has taken place where necessary in the context of police cooperation.

The new British incursion in trying to find the British girl does not bring any new responsibility to Portugal. It also does not give total freedom to the British to do any investigation in the Portuguese territory, unless it is done trough the legal processes.

Pedro do Carmo explains the Judiciary Police continues to be open to all steps that might contribute to enlighten and solve Maddie's disappearance. So far, there is no new information, or evidence, that can lead to the reopening of the investigation archived in 2008, said the director.

What is certain is if the English deem to be necessary a meeting with the Portuguese investigators to cross data and confer informations, the Judiciary, guarantees Pedro do Carmo, will be totally available to continue to cooperate.

David Cameron reopens investigation to the case

Last night, the British government decided to resume efforts to find the English girl who disappeared in May 2007, in Praia da Luz in the Algarve. After speaking with the Home Office, the British prime minister, David Cameron, has ordered the Metropolitan Police of London to constitute a team with their best investigators to dedicate themselves to the verification of evidence of the Maddie case, that is, to do an operational analysis of this case.

The British Government has announced it will provide all the necessary financial support. According to the British tabloid "The Sun" last night, Met Police Commissioner, Paul Stephenson, announced that a team from that force will travel soon to Portugal.

Renascença contacted the Public Ministry to understand if they were informed of the British visit and what type of collaboration can Portugal provide, but so far didn't received any reply.

in Rádio Renascença, May 13, 2011


http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2011/05/maddie-case-judiciary-police-denies.html?utm_source=BP_recent




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Re: PJ denies involvement in UK research

Post by ufercoffy on 13.05.11 21:33

All David Cameron needs to say to the McCanns is "When you sell your first book, buy a friggin stamp and write to the Portuguese Prosecutor and tell them you will take part in a reconstruction and answer the 48 questions."

For the price of a stamp it will save millions of pounds for the taxpayer.

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Post by lj on 14.05.11 0:33

So much for an independent, unbiased review without political and or diplomatical pressure.

History is about to repeat itself.

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Post by lj on 14.05.11 0:36

@ufercoffy wrote:All David Cameron needs to say to the McCanns is "When you sell your first book, buy a friggin stamp and write to the Portuguese Prosecutor and tell them you will take part in a reconstruction and answer the 48 questions."

For the price of a stamp it will save millions of pounds for the taxpayer.

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