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Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

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Post by Guest on 11.07.13 22:11

Staring the thread in anticipation of the story, which will no doubt appear very shortly.  Front of Express tomorrow....


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Re: Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

Post by PeterMac on 11.07.13 23:08

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Police Hunt gives Mccanns fresh hope . . .  

That Grange has completely missed the point.

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Post by Guest on 11.07.13 23:14

@PeterMac wrote:Full Text
Police Hunt gives Mccanns fresh hope . . .  

That Grange has completely missed the point.
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Post by maebee on 11.07.13 23:57

@PeterMac wrote:Full Text
Police Hunt gives Mccanns fresh hope . . .  

That Grange has completely missed the point.

 Agree. It should be about giving Madeleine fresh hope.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 12.07.13 0:48

candyfloss wrote:Staring the thread in anticipation of the story, which will no doubt appear very shortly.  Front of Express tomorrow....


You got to admire the express for front page with articles advertising happy FAMILY holidays and getting in the word deadly alongside the Madeleine splash.
They want their money back!

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Post by lj on 12.07.13 1:23

I have to laugh at the 95 º deadly heatwave headline. We call that sweater weather over here.

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Post by jd on 12.07.13 2:19

Wonder if the teddy is a reference to cuddle cat!

At least this one doesn't have death cadaver all over it!

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Post by bristow on 12.07.13 2:28

@jd wrote:Wonder if the teddy is a reference to cuddle cat!

At least this one doesn't have death cadaver all over it!

 I thought the same!!!

Plus HEALTH EXPERTS WARN, STAY COOL this weekend.
(A reference to a group of health experts/doctors who were taking their hols back in May 07'?)

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Post by aiyoyo on 12.07.13 4:32

Châtelaine wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:Full Text
Police Hunt gives Mccanns fresh hope . . .  

That Grange has completely missed the point.
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Ouch!

Fresh? Ou la la ....what happened to the other one?

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2 possibilities voor the McC: very pleased or fresh hope

Post by marconi on 12.07.13 4:47

@aiyoyo wrote:
Châtelaine wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:Full Text
Police Hunt gives Mccanns fresh hope . . .  

That Grange has completely missed the point.
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Ouch!

Fresh?  Ou la la ....what happened to the other one?
Where is the royal  baby?

I hope the arrests and the trial will be broadcast.

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Re: Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

Post by PeterMac on 12.07.13 7:59

Here it is
http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/414253/Red-tape-won-t-delay-hunt-for-Madeleine-say-McCanns
Red tape won’t delay hunt for Madeleine say McCanns

THE parents of Madeleine McCann say they have “absolute faith” in the new investigation into their missing daughter despite reports the Europe-wide inquiry is already getting bogged down in red tape

By: Mark ReynoldsPublished: Fri, July 12, 2013

Polive believe Madeleine may still be alive

Eight days after Scotland Yard announced that officers were ­moving from review stage of the case to a full-blown investigation, Kate and Gerry McCann remain hopeful of a breakthrough.
Their declaration came after it was revealed that a vital Letter of Request, which must be sent to the Portuguese authorities, has still not been delivered.
Without it, aspects of the investigation could be delayed due to lack of formal approval from the relevant authorities there.
Last night the Crown Prosecution Service, which is responsible for delivering the letter to the Portuguese judicial bodies, said its officials were still drawing up the complex legal document.

A CPS spokesman said: “Any legal communication between different jurisdictions requires extremely careful correspondence, including appropriate translations.
“We are liaising with the Portuguese authorities and will send the formal Letter of Request as soon as possible.”
The spokesman said police had fully consulted with the CPS before Scotland Yard went public with its announcement of a full-blown investigation last week.

Kate & Gerry McCann have expressed total support for the Scotland Yard investigation
It is a positive step in our hunt for Madeleine that our understanding of the evidence has enabled us to shift from review to investigation
DCI Andy Redwood
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police declined to comment.
But Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the McCanns, said: “Kate and Gerry will not be giving a running commentary on every part of this process. But they have absolute faith in the work Scotland Yard are doing.”

Senior Met Police officers from Operation Grange, the inquiry into Madeleine’s disappearance, are aware of the technical and bureaucratic complexities which face them. But they also remain optimistic of making progress in the case.
They have told how they believe Madeleine may still be alive and urged the public to continue to help search for her.

Announcing the full-blown investigation, Det Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, head of Operation Grange, said: “It is a positive step in our hunt for Madeleine that our understanding of the evidence has enabled us to shift from review to investigation.”

He added: “We, and the Portuguese authorities, remain completely committed to finding out what happened to Madeleine, and everything we do is utterly focused on her best interests.

“We continue to believe that there is a possibility that Madeleine is alive.” Officers need all relevant ­documents correctly in place to ensure full co-operation between officials here and abroad, and to avoid bureaucratic hitches.
International criminal investigations in Europe are governed by two “mutual assistance” treaties, one ­dating back to 1959 and the other from 2000.
An age progressed photo of Maddy, as she is beleived to look on the approach to her ninth birthday
The conventions set out procedures for matters such as the exchange of legal papers, holding hearings by video-link, the control of undercover officers, phone taps and interception of email and other communications.
Police revealed they have identified 38 “persons of interest” so far – 12 of whom are British nationals who were in Portugal at the time Madeleine vanished, and are currently thought to be in Portugal or the UK.
The others on the list are believed to be in Portugal, the UK or three other unnamed European ­countries.

Madeleine – who would now be 10 years old – went missing from a ­holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on the Algarve on May 3, 2007.
The Portuguese investigation is officially closed but the authorities there are backing the new Scotland Yard inquiry. Officers from both countries will work together in pursuing fresh leads.
A team of 37 Met Police officers and staff are working on the case
So far the team has gathered 30,500 documents and generated 3,800 “actions” they need to tackle.
They are about two-thirds of the way through their review and so far have been to Portugal 16 times.
Operation Grange was launched in May 2011 after the McCanns, both 45, and from Rothley, Leics, appealed directly to Prime Minister David Cameron for help from Scotland Yard.

I do not think there is a single new "fact" in this. Can anyone find anything ?

In which case, why has it been published ? Purely to sell some more chip papers, perhaps, or is there something they don't want us to look at.
CM is back on his box, "Absolute faith" . . . That might come back to bite them !

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Re: Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

Post by aiyoyo on 12.07.13 8:55

When are they going to make the arrests I wonder -  pre or post the long summer holidays?

If it does not take place this month, then I think the chances are we will have to wait till at least Autumn before that happens (IF?)

Meanwhile are the papers going to fill up front pages with the same old same old about the Review to sell papers? 
Or is the Royal baby going to dominate headlines for the entire Summer?

Which Kate is going to dominate headlines in Summer?  Or, which Kate is going to push the other one off the limelight?  We'll have to wait to find out, but doubtless one of the two will guarantee to be plastered all over the front pages.

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Re: Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

Post by guest. on 12.07.13 9:08

@jeanmonroe wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Staring the thread in anticipation of the story, which will no doubt appear very shortly.  Front of Express tomorrow....


You got to admire the express for front page with articles advertising happy FAMILY holidays  and getting in the word deadly alongside the Madeleine splash.
They want their money back!

Agree I always look for where the Express place McCann articles

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Post by Guest on 12.07.13 9:18

Let's hope there will be no "kat fighting".

I try to think of the royal one as Catherine as she herself has said that she has never been known as Kate; that is a media invention.

It's a lot more believable than that Madeleine was never called Maddie!

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Post by aiyoyo on 12.07.13 9:34

Maybe the Express will get a chance to recover their money back and not just by selling papers.

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Complex Legal Arguments?????

Post by Woburn_exile on 12.07.13 9:42

I wonder what these complex legal arguments are?  Probably with input from the McCann legal crowd set to ensure that abduction and ONLY abduction is investigated. What can then come out is that a 9 year old was involved in the snatch, he managed to get into the apartment using a key supplied by his sisterr who works a cleaner , he hid under the bed when Gerry went back to check, he then sedated Madeleine with some new secret anasthetic that has no smell, picked her up, opened the window gloves on of course chucked her down into the waiting arms of eggman/murat lookalike, then left by the same method of entry running off down the street with a bag of sweeties as his reward for an evenings work. I'm sure I've left a few things out so anyone want to fill the gaps looking at the abduction theory and nothing else.

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Re: Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

Post by jozi on 12.07.13 9:49


This says it all. Clarry still spouting !!!



DCI Andy Redwood
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police declined to comment.
But Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the McCanns, said: “Kate and Gerry will not be giving a running commentary on every part of this process. But they have absolute faith in the work Scotland Yard are doing.”

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Post by Guest on 12.07.13 9:57

So K & G are pleased and have faith.  I'm afraid if I was missing a child, I would not be happy at all with SY.  They have known about an important lead as in the childless couple, somehow they know this person told friends he would kidnap a child, and yet SY haven't bothered for 2 years when knowing of this.  Madeleine according to the articles is alive...........there does not seem to be much urgency in finding her then.  I would not be happy at all.

From Donal MacIntryre...

The individual is believed to have told friends that he was so frustrated with adoption procedures in a number of countries that “he would take his own child” if necessary.  
 
The Metropolitan Police have been aware of this line of inquiry for the past two years
, but it’s only since British PM David Cameron ordered a fresh review that they had the resources to follow it up independently of the Portuguese authorities.  

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Post by plebgate on 12.07.13 10:04

candyfloss wrote:So K & G are pleased and have faith.  I'm afraid if I was missing a child, I would not be happy at all with SY.  They have known about an important lead as in the childless couple, somehow they know this person told friends he would kidnap a child, and yet SY haven't bothered for 2 years when knowing of this.  Madeleine according to the articles is alive...........there does not seem to be much urgency in finding her then.  I would not be happy at all.

From Donal MacIntryre...

The individual is believed to have told friends that he was so frustrated with adoption procedures in a number of countries that “he would take his own child” if necessary.  
 
The Metropolitan Police have been aware of this line of inquiry for the past two years
, but it’s only since British PM David Cameron ordered a fresh review that they had the resources to follow it up independently of the Portuguese authorities.  

clapping clapping clapping clapping clapping 


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we want our money back!

Post by marconi on 12.07.13 10:41

@aiyoyo wrote:Maybe the Express will get a chance to recover their money back and not just by selling papers.

 woohooo glee            laugh

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Post by russiandoll on 12.07.13 11:02

The Metropolitan Police have been aware of this line of inquiry for the past two years, but it’s only since British PM David Cameron ordered a fresh review that they had the resources to follow it up independently of the Portuguese authorities.  


 The above does not make sense. Made to sound as if they have had to sit on the info and have been unable to act on it until now, but it clearly states that resources were available when the review was set up......2 years ago !
 Unless this was meant to say that only now it has moved from review to investigation, can the Met act on this info.
 It does not say that though, does it? Worded ambiguously

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Post by Guest on 12.07.13 11:05

@russiandoll wrote:The Metropolitan Police have been aware of this line of inquiry for the past two years, but it’s only since British PM David Cameron ordered a fresh review that they had the resources to follow it up independently of the Portuguese authorities.  


 The above does not make sense. Made to sound as if they have had to sit on the info and have been unable to act on it until now, but it clearly states that resources were available when the review was set up......2 years ago !
 Unless this was meant to say that only now it has moved from review to investigation, can the Met act on this info.
 It does not say that though, does it? Worded ambiguously

Yes, but no matter how it is worded, it still does not make sense, that if they thought they had a good lead, and Madeleine was alive, they would just sit on it for 2 years? As I said not much urgency then.

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Post by sallypelt on 12.07.13 11:11

The Express has not said anything new. What they have done, TO SELL PAPERS, is to rehash what is already in the public domain. Nothing new has come out since SY made an announcement about a week ago.  The Express has nothing new, and aren't likely to get anything in the near future, so they will keep turning the little bit of information, over and over, just to have some headline drama on the Madeleine McCann case, with NOTHING new to say

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Post by jeanmonroe on 12.07.13 11:17

"Red tape won’t delay hunt for Madeleine say McCanns"

It already HAS, hasn't it?
Andy Pandy's embargoed, world shattering 'exclusive' was EIGHT days ago!
How many 'crimes' if any, have the 38 'persons of interest' commited in the last 8 days?
Are there any reports of 'abduction/kidnap/child snatches' in the last 8 days?

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Re: Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

Post by russiandoll on 12.07.13 11:28

candyfloss wrote:
@russiandoll wrote:The Metropolitan Police have been aware of this line of inquiry for the past two years, but it’s only since British PM David Cameron ordered a fresh review that they had the resources to follow it up independently of the Portuguese authorities.  


 The above does not make sense. Made to sound as if they have had to sit on the info and have been unable to act on it until now, but it clearly states that resources were available when the review was set up......2 years ago !
 Unless this was meant to say that only now it has moved from review to investigation, can the Met act on this info.
 It does not say that though, does it? Worded ambiguously

Yes, but no matter how it is worded, it still does not make sense, that if they thought they had a good lead, and Madeleine was alive, they would just sit on it for 2 years?  As I said not much urgency then.

 Completely agree! By ambiguous I mean that people who are unfamiliar with the details of this case will read into it.......they have had it and thank God they can act on it now....they have not been allowed to  [ because of the Portuguese]

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