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British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by ROSA on 20.05.11 14:07

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British reopen the Madeleine case

Publication Date: 05/20/2011

Girl went missing in 2007 and the investigation had been suspended
At the request of the prime minister of England, David Cameron, the Madeleine case will be reopened the English girl who at age four, disappeared while on holiday in Portugal in 2007. On occasion, the disappearance splashed the front pages of newspapers around the world and, apparently, back in full force because the government determined that at least 30 detectives from the Metropolitan Police of London, Scotland Yard, will be seconded to the resumption of research .

The decision of the British premier was taken, according to the press because he was struck by an open letter to the girl's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann. All documents relating to the case will be taken from the drawers for researchers to analyze elite of all the evidence again and the measure will cost millions of pounds to the government. The investigation was officially suspended in July 2008 by police portuguesa.Coincidência or not, Madeleine's mother has just released a book to raise funds and remember what would be the eighth anniversary of her daughter. At work, Kate tells his version of events, including the drama lived a few years ago, when it came to suspicion of having killed his own daughter and hiding the body from the authorities.

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Re: British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by lj on 20.05.11 14:15

I don't think the British can reopen the case.

The case is still Portuguese jurisdiction.

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Re: British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by Guest on 20.05.11 14:17

Rosa,

Thank you very much for the contribution you make to the forum by bringing us so many news articles!

It's very much appreciated.


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Re: British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by ROSA on 20.05.11 14:22

Thankyou its a pleasure this is a fantastic forum and i am proud to be a member
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Re: British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by Guest on 20.05.11 14:52

Scotland Yard investigates Judiciary Police work


20 May 2011 | Posted by Joana Morais



Maddie: Archived process is going to be translated to be read by 30 British officers at the orders of David Cameron

by Luís Pontes

A team of 30 investigators from the Scotland Yard will begin to analyse the whole process of the Portuguese Judiciary Police investigation in relation to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, on May 3, 2007 in Praia da Luz, Algarve.

“The investigation team consists of senior officers. They are very experienced and will review all the steps taken by the Portuguese and English authorities”, explained to the DN a source from Scotland Yard's press office.

In the first phase, the work intends to dissect all the investigation done on the field, the statements collected by the Judiciary Police officers and the forensic evidence that was analysed in Portugal and in the United Kingdom. According to a police source, they will also request the full translation of all the Portuguese documentation.

In a second phase, the Scotland Yard might send their officers to Portugal. “For that to happen an authorization from the Portuguese authorities will be requested”, said the British police source.

The deputy director of the PJ, Pedro do Carmo, confirmed to DN that he had direct knowledge, of the two times, of the interest of British authorities to re-evaluate the investigation that was done in Portugal.

“We were contacted by the liaison officer from the British Embassy in Lisbon and then we had a contact made by the Scotland Yard”, said Pedro do Carmo to the DN.

According to the deputy director, the British authorities did not make any additional requests.

“The process is public and can be accessed by anyone”, explains Pedro do Carmo. “The process is formally archived, nevertheless the Judiciary Police still pays attention to consistent and credible information that may arise. We are open to all collaborations. We maintain an excellent relationship with the Scotland Yard. They will have our full support”, stresses the Judiciary Police deputy director.

The reopening of criminal process belongs to the Public Ministry tutelage and depends on any new fact considered as relevant. The British authorities have not added anything to the process and, as such, as the DN found, there is no request to reopen the case in the Prosecutor General's Office [PGR].


The request to re-evaluate the investigation was prompted by the British Prime Minister, David Cameron. “I confirm that information and therefore we have the best investigators in the case who will work exclusively”, stated a source from the Scotland Yard.

The review will involve thirty investigators and does not gather consensus even amongst the British police.“The investigation will take years and millions of pound will be spent”, said Jenny Jones, from the Metropolitan Police Authority to the Metro newspaper.

“There are hundreds of unsolved cases that don't have this kind of support and the resources that are going to be diverted are necessary”, she stated.

The new investigation ordered by David Cameron emerges a week later, after the McCann couple, who are committed in the launch of the book 'Madeleine', sent a letter to the Prime Minister asking for a review of the case. “We want an independent, transparent and full review”, asked then Kate and Gerry McCann.

Before making public his decision, David Cameron informed the McCanns, through a letter, of his request made to the Home Office (body which oversees the Scotland Yard)

The investigation will be lead by the Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood. This homicide investigator [Homicide and Serious Crime Command] has chosen for his team experienced investigators who are close to the end of their careers.

The new team will also meticulously analyse, besides the work of the Portuguese, the performance of its own agents who were in Portugal between May 2007 and July 2008.

According to a report published last year, in April, by the newspaper 'The Mirror', the British Home Office spent more than half a million euros in the Maddie case. Just in air travels, during the 709 days that Scotland Yard were in Portugal, 25.325 euros were spent. Each of the 126 low-cost trips costed an average of 129.20 euros to the British taxpayers.

in Diário de Notícias, May 20, 2011, paper edition


http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2011/05/scotland-yard-investigates-judiciary.html?utm_source=BP_recent



Interesting.....................


In the first phase, the work intends to dissect all the investigation done on the field, the statements collected by the Judiciary Police officers and the forensic evidence that was analysed in Portugal and in the United Kingdom. According to a police source, they will also request the full translation of all the Portuguese documentation.



So it looks as they are going over the files in this country, as the PJ have said can be accessed by anyone, and the second phase if they find anything they will go to Portugal. Am I reading that right?




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Re: British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by Guest on 20.05.11 14:54

Well if they are going to look at all the statements and forensic evidence, then I am very hopeful they will come to the right conclusion.

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Post by Baronstu on 20.05.11 15:00

The investigation will be lead by the Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood. This homicide investigator [Homicide and Serious Crime Command] has chosen for his team experienced investigators who are close to the end of their careers.

This is the guy who w lead the Jill Dando investigation. The result was, he "stiched up" Barry George, nobody in this Country believed that George had done it.

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Re: British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by Guest on 20.05.11 15:11

@Baronstu wrote:The investigation will be lead by the Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood. This homicide investigator [Homicide and Serious Crime Command] has chosen for his team experienced investigators who are close to the end of their careers.

This is the guy who w lead the Jill Dando investigation. The result was, he "stiched up" Barry George, nobody in this Country believed that George had done it.

That is just the section I was just about to quote myself. I keep reading this bit about "investigators who are close to the end of their careers". Well that says it all really. These people will be in for a nice little golden handshake, IF, when the time comes they agree to sign a declaration never to divulge what has been asked of them. Just you wait and see.

Wasn't Mitchell involved in the Jill Dando case as well ? It's not looking good so far, is it?

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Re: British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by Atilliator on 04.06.11 2:21

@Baronstu wrote:The investigation will be lead by the Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood. This homicide investigator [Homicide and Serious Crime Command] has chosen for his team experienced investigators who are close to the end of their careers.

This is the guy who w lead the Jill Dando investigation. The result was, he "stiched up" Barry George, nobody in this Country believed that George had done it.

Who could forget that? They were looking for someone like Scaramanga, and they finished up pinning it on the local weirdo...again.

Don't hold your breath, folks. This lot'll reach the same conclusion as Richard and Judy!

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Re: British reopen the Madeleine case

Post by PeterMac on 04.06.11 8:03

@Atilliator wrote: They were looking for someone like Scaramanga, and they finished up pinning it on the local weirdo...again.
Don't hold your breath, folks. This lot'll reach the same conclusion as Richard and Judy!

This will suit perfectly, since all the photofits and descriptions of the alleged abductor are clearly of a local wierdo.

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