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Gary Hagland - The ‘mysterious seventh man’ in the McCann Team private investigations

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Re: Gary Hagland - The ‘mysterious seventh man’ in the McCann Team private investigations

Post by Guest on 30.06.13 22:28

The Hogans, the Haglands and the Halligens ... That's quite a nice alliteration ... laughat 

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Re: Gary Hagland - The ‘mysterious seventh man’ in the McCann Team private investigations

Post by Harriet94 on 30.06.13 22:39

I was aiming for an onomatopoeia !

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Re: Gary Hagland - The ‘mysterious seventh man’ in the McCann Team private investigations

Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.13 22:49

Châtelaine wrote:The Hogans, the Haglands and the Halligens...
 
One strange feature of Dr Kate McCann’s book, ‘madeleine’, is how little credit by name, or even mention, is given to their main investigators, who were, after all, the recipients of most of the money raised from the British public, fund-raising events, sale of yellow wrist bands, fees for TV shows etc.

With the addition of Henri Exton and Noel Hagan to the status of ‘main investigators, we now have nine:  

Francisco Marco ) Metodo 3
Antonio Jiminez Raso) Metodo 3
Julian Peribanez) Metodo 3
Gary Hagland
Noel Hagan
Kevin Halligen) Oakley
Henri Exton) Oakley
Dave Edgar
Arthur Cowley.

The first three, the Metodo men, are not named in Kate’s book. There are simply a few bland references (p. 283) to their work: “made significant strides”, “worked very hard for us”, “their fees were very low”, “we maintain good relations with Metodo 3 today” etc.

The fourth, Gary Hagland, a key link man with Metodo 3, is not mentioned.

Neither is the fifth, Noel Hogan, despite media reports that he’d spent ‘hundreds of hours’ going painstakingly through the witness statements of the Tapas 7 and some others.

Kevin Halligen, or Richard Halligen as they knew him, is certainly mentioned. Kate sys “We had a particularly bad experience with him”, although she adds that Halligen’s “proposals and overall strategy were streets ahead of all the others”.

Halligen’s partner in Oakley International, Henri Exton, is not mentioned, even though Mark Hollingsworth, in his August 2009 Evening Standard article, wrote: “When Henri Exton, a former undercover police officer who worked on M15 operations, and Kevin Halligen, a smooth-talking Irishman who claimed to have worked for covert British government intelligence agency GCHQ, walked through the door, their timing was perfect”.

Neither are Dave Edgar and Arthur Cowley mentioned, who between them did so much work between the end of 2008 and 2010.

On page 284 of the book there is a general acknowledgement that “our experiences with independent investigators have been good”, and a reference to “Our current tried and trusted team…spearheaded by a former police officer” which has “enabled us to recruit the best-qualified people available…”

So only one of the nine lead investigators appears to be actually named in the book:

Kevin (formerly Richard) Halligen.

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Post by Guest on 30.06.13 22:49

There's a former police officer called Ian Horrocks whose surname is a near match to his views on the McCann case! 
 
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4408124/Detective-Maddie-McCann-may-be-alive.html

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Post by Guest on 30.06.13 22:50

@Harriet94 wrote:I was aiming for an onomatopoeia !
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OK, Harriet :-)
You got me, illiterate Dutch, grabbing my Oxford Dictionary again ... big grin

ETA And it seems I can add Horrocks and Hagan

Jesting and turning into the silken sheets.

Good night everybody smilie 

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Post by bobbin on 30.06.13 23:00

Châtelaine wrote:
@Harriet94 wrote:I was aiming for an onomatopoeia !
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OK, Harriet :-)
You got me, illiterate Dutch, grabbing my Oxford Dictionary again ... big grin

ETA And it seems I can add Horrocks and Hagan

Jesting and turning into the silken sheets.

Good night everybody smilie 
The Hogans, the Haglands, the Horrocks and the Halligens... should we refer to them as the 4 H's.big grin

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Post by maebee on 30.06.13 23:02

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:There's a former police officer called Ian Horrocks whose surname is a near match to his views on the McCann case! 
 
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4408124/Detective-Maddie-McCann-may-be-alive.html

 
The former Scotland Yard detective said: "The thought that Kate and Gerry McCann had anything to do with the death of their daughter, whether being directly responsible or covering it up, is frankly preposterous.
"There is not one shred of credible evidence, either direct or otherwise, to indicate that this is even a remote possibility."


So the dogs' findings were a load of horrocks!

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Post by Harriet94 on 30.06.13 23:04

You put me to shame. And has all the EU members I have met in this long 6 year journey.

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Re: Gary Hagland - The ‘mysterious seventh man’ in the McCann Team private investigations

Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.13 23:05

Felicity Hathaway in her comprehensive bio of Gary Hgaland did not include this reference to him:


A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE COMPLIANCE ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL SYSTEM WITHIN ALBERT E SHARP AND ITS MOTIVATIONAL IMPACT UPON THOSE IT IS SUPPOSED TO CONTROL

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Document Information:

Title: A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE COMPLIANCE ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL SYSTEM WITHIN ALBERT E SHARP AND ITS MOTIVATIONAL IMPACT UPON THOSE IT IS SUPPOSED TO CONTROL

Author(s): GARY HAGLAND, (ALBERT E SHARP & CO IN SEPTEMBER 1991 AS THEIR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF COMPLIANCE.)

Citation:

GARY HAGLAND, (1995) "A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF THE COMPLIANCE ADMINISTRATIVE CONTROL SYSTEM WITHIN ALBERT E SHARP AND ITS MOTIVATIONAL IMPACT UPON THOSE IT IS SUPPOSED TO CONTROL", Journal of Financial Regulation and Compliance, Vol. 3 Iss: 1, pp.28 - 35

Article type:

General review

DOI:

10.1108/eb024824 (Permanent URL)

Publisher:

MCB UP Ltd

Abstract:

Schedule 2 of the Financial Services Act 1986 (FSA) was amended by s. 204(1) of the Companies Act 1989 to make it incumbent on self-regulatory organisations (SROs) to have a satisfactory mechanism to take account of cost factors in compliance. Critically, however, published regulatory guidelines for the assessment of cost of compliance fail to address a key and fundamental quantitative aspect of the entire industry equation — that of people and the impact of a compliance based control administration upon their individual professional motivation. This paper attempts to evaluate critically such a compliance administrative control system on the employees of an FSA authorised financial institution.

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Re: Gary Hagland - The ‘mysterious seventh man’ in the McCann Team private investigations

Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.13 23:13

@bobbin wrote:The Hogans, the Haglands, the Horrocks and the Halligens... should we refer to them as the 4 H's?
Strictly speaking, Ian Horrocks was brought in just for a week and paid by a newspaper; he was never a McCann Team investigator.

Incidentally, it was suggested that Kevin Halligen and Henri Exton from Oakley were brought in by the McCann Team 'to replace Metodo 3'.

I venture to suggest that this may not be correct.

There is evidence that Metodo 3 were still being used by the McCann Team as late as March 2009, and even later - and of course Dr Kate McCann's book (May 2011) said explicitly that "we maintain good relations with Metodo 3 today".

Is not the following more likely: that with Gary Hagland's resignation from the McCann Team in April 2008, they needed someone to replace a person of his expertise and experience?

Apparently Henri Exton and Kevin/Richard Halligen fitted the bill.

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Post by maebee on 30.06.13 23:14

 “Is believing that Madeleine is alive being overly and unrealistically optimistic.
“I do not think so, and until there is categoric evidence to the contrary, I will continue to believe this.

Is this former SY detective for real?
Let's hope that the 30 SY detectives currently on the case are not so stupid.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.13 23:29

Here's another publication by Gary Hagland that Felicity Hathaway may not have found.

It was published on 1 May 2005 in MONEY LAUNDERING BULLETIN:

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Article: BANKING MAKES YOU BLIND

“It is not intended that the [new UK Joint Money Laundering Steering Group] guidance be applied unthinkingly, as a checklist of steps to take.” (Preface, Part I, para 14).

"Hurrah for that”, says Gary Hagland (‘GH’), a former UK Compliance Officer who currently works in a similar role and as an MLRO in an offshore jurisdiction, here writing in his personal capacity.

A recent encounter with a major UK financial institution proved to be a bruising experience as the correspondence shows. Individuals’ names have been disguised to save embarrassment.

Gary Hagland is the former Compliance Officer and MLRO of Albert E Sharp, the stock broking firm. In 1998 Albert E Sharp was acquired by Old Mutual of South Africa. Old Mutual merged Albert E Sharp with the stockbroker Capel-Cure Myers which it had acquired in 1997. The resultant entity became Capel-Cure Sharp. In 2000 Old Mutual acquired the Gerrard Group and Capel-Cure Sharp was rebranded as Gerrard. In 2003 Gerrard was sold to a bank - Barclays".

UNQUOTE

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Note: The full article is only available to subscribers to www.i-law.com

MLRO = Money Laundering Regulations Officer.

Gary Hagland's expertise at Albert E Sharp, an investment/stockbroking company, was in the Money Laundering Regulations.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 01.07.13 17:30

THE REPLY FROM GEMMA McALEER OF BBC TV EAST MIDLANDS TO GARY HAGLAND'S LETTER OF COMPLAINT

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BBC REPLY, 13 SEPTEMBER Forwarded to me by Gary Hagland


-----Original Message-----
From: complaintresponse@bbc.co.uk [mailto:complaintresponse@bbc.co.uk]
Sent: 13 September 2009 09:04
To: Gary Hagland
Subject: BBC Complaints

Dear Mr Hagland

Thanks for your e-mail regarding 'East Midlands Today' broadcast on the
14 August.

Please accept our sincere apologies for the delay in replying. We know
our correspondents appreciate a quick response and we're sorry you've had to
wait on this occasion.

We understand you felt that Anne Davies was rude and disrespectful
towards Debbie Butler and we've discussed your concerns with the programme's
senior editorial team.

We feel that there are several groups which could be described as being
against the McCann family and obviously their views can be very
controversial especially in the McCann's home town of Rothley in
Leicestershire.

The premise of the 'East Midlands Today' report and subsequent interview
on 14 August with Debbie Butler, chairman of the Madeleine Foundation, was
to concentrate on the emotional aspects in terms of the distress caused
specifically in Rothley by the group's leaflet distribution. This intent
was well signposted for viewers in the introduction, during the filmed
report and the introduction to the interview.

Ms Butler had to be steered back to the presenter's question on a few
occasions because we had to be extremely careful to ensure that there
weren't any legal issues arising from broadcasting the group's more
controversial allegations, some of which were referenced in the
presenter's introduction.

We do feel that the interview was balanced because we were determined to
focus on the group's decision to distribute leaflets in Rothley. Also,
during the interview, the 'East Midlands Today' presenter did apologise
for having to interrupt but then explained that she wanted to concentrate on
this aspect.

That said, in retrospect whilst the interview was robust and challenging
we do feel that a comment from the 'East Midlands Today' presenter about
the facts in the leaflet referred to by the Madeleine Foundation may have
erroneously given rise to a perception that the BBC held a view on the
matter. We'd like to assure you that this isn't the case and we
apologise if such an impression may have been given.

We'd now like to assure you that we've registered your comments on our
audience log. This is the internal report of audience feedback which we
compile daily for all programme makers and commissioning executives
within the BBC, and also their senior management. It ensures that your points,
and all other comments we receive, are circulated and considered across the
BBC.

Thanks again for taking the time to contact us with your concerns.

Regards

Gemma McAleer
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Post by margaret on 02.07.13 10:04

I hadn't read this thread until last night, thanks for bringing this here Tony.  I hope Gary Hagland has been able to unburden himself to SY.

I do believe you will be completely vindicated soon Tony. clapping1

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Post by PeterMac on 02.07.13 11:48

Perhaps Hagland will be the "key" they have been going on about for so long.

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Post by lj on 02.07.13 16:40

I do hope so. I have not an inkling of confidence in SY's work and/or intentions.

Maybe times are a-changing. Events as Savile et al. and now Leveson will create more attention for whistle-blowers.

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