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Post by PeterMac on Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:03 pm

p. 317 "It may sound odd, but in some ways were were glad the investigation had been closed."
Quite so.

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Re: Something we can believe

Post by IAmNotMerylStreep on Sun Jun 12, 2011 3:16 pm

bigshock

No wonder they didn't request it to stay open or ask for it to be reopened. I am shocked.

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Post by Kololi on Sun Jun 12, 2011 10:30 pm

Does she say why they were glad please?

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Post by PeterMac on Mon Jun 13, 2011 11:19 am

p. 317 “ It may sound odd, but in some ways we were glad the investigation had been closed. As I’ve said, we were far from convinced that there was any real in investigation taking place anyway, so to have it officially brought to an end didn’t feel like as a big a loss as might have been expected. While the PJ had continued to supply the usual response - ‘The official investigation continues. All credible lines of inquiry will be pursued’ - we had been receiving messages from concerned people who had tried to pass on information to the police, only to be told ‘the child is dead.’ Now that this ‘investigation‘ had concluded, reports could be channelled direct to our own team, which would give them, we hoped, more to go on. It was certainly better than nothing.”


Possible interpretation
1 The PJ were getting too close. The remark about “credible lines of enquiry” is a bit too close to the bone.
2 They could now control things more tightly. The DVD with all the available information was released and they could now have a look at how close the PJ had got.

I love the bit about ‘people having rung the PJ to pass on information’. They McCanns subsequently handed over half a million to a fraudster (another fraudster ? ) who set up a hot line where there is credible evidence that not a single call was logged or answered. See the MF article for full details.

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