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Post by sharonl on 03.09.13 23:37

Not sure if this has been posted already, sorry if it has.

Came across this article by Duarte Levy on the Portuguese blog 'Tribune' (his own, I think), published 23 July. It has some interesting insights into what is happening with this so-called 're-investigation'. Redwood and his men seem to think that the clue to Madeleine's disappearance may lie with one of 38 alleged paedophiles, some of whom have been found innocent of charges of sexual crimes. Judging by this article, the Portuguese authorites are sick and tired of the British police and are not co-operating with them in any way.

I've obtained a better translation of the Portuguese than in this link:  http://duartelevy.eu/?p=6880

Maddie: manhunt has begun

July 23, 2013 - by Duarte Levy

British police officers and journalists are in the Algarve, in the Lagos region, looking for the 38 alleged suspects in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann


[ PICTURE: Madeleine Beth McCann ]

British tabloid journalists are currently at Praia da Luz and Portimão, trying to track down a list of alleged suspects of sexual crimes. This list was compiled by the Polícia Judiciária (PJ) after the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in 2007.

Their first goal is to locate and photograph the individuals named in the list. Afterwards, as one of the British journalists states, they want to “investigate and to try to talk to the individuals, so as to determine their whereabouts at the time of the disappearance”.

According to the same source, this pursuit follows the decision taken by London’s Metropolitan Police - Scotland Yard – to open their own investigation regarding Madeleine’s  disappearance.

Without gaining the prior agreement of the Portuguese judicial authorities, Scotland Yard announced at a press conference on 3rd of July that “An investigation concerning potential suspects has already started”.

The 38 individuals were identified by Scotland Yards ‘Operation Grange’ in documents sent by the Ministerio Publico (Ministry of Justice) to London, and which now serve as the grounds for Scotland Yard’s new investigation work, as well as for the British journalists.

This new investigation, being carried out outside of Portugal’s jurisdiction, comprises both Portuguese citizens and foreign residents in Portugal, as well as citizens from other European countries, such as Spain, Belgium and Switzerland.

The list currently being used, which wasn’t included in the files shown by the Ministerio Publico (Ministry of Justice) to reporters, includes information concerning Portuguese citizens and foreign individuals either residing in or present at the time in the vicinity of where the British girl went missing.

[ PICTURE: Portuguese police documents (still kept secret in line with judicial procedures) ]

According to the documents that came with the above-mentioned list - to which we also had access - this detailed information allows not only for the identification and tracking down of the individuals in question, but also - and perhaps most disconcertingly - of  their close relatives.

The documents, which remain confidential according to judicial rules relating to investigations, also include the identity and contact details of all witnesses and participants in the investigation into Madeleine’ disappearance.

One of the pages of a document belonging to Lisbon’s police authorities in Portugal says:

“Following the request received, investigations were carried out in order to locate and determine the current whereabouts and way of life of individuals suspected by the police service of crimes of a sexual nature involving minors and teenagers. Making use of the list of the individuals referred to, our investigations began…”’

A report (see attached photo) was made three days after Madeleine’s disappearance by Police Inspectors Manuel Lico, Nuno Martins, Luis Fontes, Frederico Louro, Pedro Maia and José Matos.

The inspectors’ report reveals that some of the individuals were never located.

The same document identifies two alleged suspects, one of Portuguese nationality and one of dual  nationality - Portuguese and British – who, being identified as boss and employee, were also mentioned as pedophiles.

More ludicrous is the fact that inspectors failed to confront an “individual who currently resides in the city of Portimão, in a particular place that was not possible to determine”,  but who “works as a judicial expert in the Criminal Court” in the same city.

Another Portuguese police report, this time from the Criminal Investigation Department (DIC) of Portimão, reveals that the information given to the British authorities contains the identity of Portuguese citizens who were acquitted in cases of alleged sexual assaults.

There is for example the case of R.A., who was investigated “for suspected sexual abuse of a minor in tender age”. The man, a city council worker, had been targeted with “slander by his late mother-in-law because he had been a drug addict”. The investigation found that the alleged victim, a girl, “his stepdaughter, had an urinary tract infection”. This account was confirmed in a document made by inspector António Simão.

Although acquitted, the identity of R.A. appears in the records of the investigation regarding the disappearance of Madeleine McCann which have been delivered by the Ministerio Publico (Ministry of Justice) to the British authorities.

Britons in Algarve and in Malaga

Although there has been no official request by Scotland Yard for mutual judicial assistance – which would require the so-called ‘rogatory letters – the British authorities have sent investigators to Algarve, Portugal, as well as to Malaga, Spain.

According to a source close to Scotland Yard, “the aim is to gain contact with British citizens who will immediately be willing to co-operate with the investigation”.

But despite the so-called ‘spontaneous collaboration’ of these individuals, the evidence obtained will not be valid either in a Portuguese court of law nor in a Spanish court of law Spain since the information would not have been made by the proper authorities.

The Attorney General’s Office (PGR), which claims not to have received any rogatory letter [from Scotland Yard], told the Portuguese news agency Lusa that Scotland Yard ‘cannot act on its own in Portugal’:

“The granting of such a request must be fully guaranteed by the Portuguese authorities, either judicial or police, since they are the ruling authorities”, said the PGR. It added that British officers, therefore, who were already in the Algarve, “cannot pursue any interrogation nor provide any witness statements diligence of its own motion in Portugal”.

It added: “This  is not the first time that the British police has come to Portugal “outside the legal framework” of the investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance.

Over the past two years, Operation Grange teams have travelled to Portugal 16 times, having maintained ‘informal’ contact with the PJ and other authorities.

English, pedophile and exhibitionist

A man identified only as ‘S’ is just one of the alleged suspects whom British police officers and journalists are trying to locate in the Algarve. Living in Vila do Bispo, this man, ‘S’,  was  reported to the Criminal Investigation Department (DIC) of Portimão by a soldier of GNR’s ‘Fiscal Brigade’ of Sagres.

According to the soldier, the individual exhibited  an ‘anomalous behaviour’ that raised suspicion that he was involved in  possible acts of paedophilia and exhibitionism.

The British citizen had a blonde pony-tail and ‘walked usually with a camera with a big lens, and had a special fixation with children’, with whom he tried to interact.

This 46-year-old man is said to be ‘known to the authorities in the UK’. However, there is no record of this individual having any criminal convictions in Portugal, where he has been living for over ten years.

In the PJ’s investigation files on Madeleine McCann, ‘S’.is said to ‘usually wear a tiny thong, like a g-string’, and, during a past birthday party of his daughter, is said to have been ‘naked at home and displayed, to some of the children present, pictures of naked children from his own computer’.

The man had no car of his own but was said to ‘often resort to rental vehicles’ and was but a few kilometres from Praia da Luz at the time Madeleine McCann disappeared.

In apparent economic difficulties in May 2007, his standard of living improved shortly afterwards.


Paper version published the 18.07.2013.
Tags: Maddie, Operation Grange, PJ, Scotland Yard

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Post by tigger on 04.09.13 5:48

Vila do Bispo was the first stop Gerry made at the end of July when he came back from the US.

That was part of curious detour from the airport to PDL. Which means he probably wasn't picked up but had left the car at the airport?

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Post by aiyoyo on 04.09.13 6:34

@sharonl wrote:

Without gaining the prior agreement of the Portuguese judicial authorities, Scotland Yard announced at a press conference on 3rd of July that “An investigation concerning potential suspects has already started”.

Although there has been no official request by Scotland Yard for mutual judicial assistance – which would require the so-called ‘rogatory letters – the British authorities have sent investigators to Algarve, Portugal, as well as to Malaga, Spain.

But despite the so-called ‘spontaneous collaboration’ of these individuals, the evidence obtained will not be valid either in a Portuguese court of law nor in a Spanish court of law Spain since the information would not have been made by the proper authorities.

The Attorney General’s Office (PGR), which claims not to have received any rogatory letter [from Scotland Yard], told the Portuguese news agency Lusa that Scotland Yard ‘cannot act on its own in Portugal’:

“The granting of such a request must be fully guaranteed by the Portuguese authorities, either judicial or police, since they are the ruling authorities”, said the PGR. It added that British officers, therefore, who were already in the Algarve, “cannot pursue any interrogation nor provide any witness statements diligence of its own motion in Portugal”.

It added: “This  is not the first time that the British police has come to Portugal “outside the legal framework” of the investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance.

Over the past two years, Operation Grange teams have travelled to Portugal 16 times, having maintained ‘informal’ contact with the PJ and other authorities.
In a nutshell, the author of this article is essentially saying Scotland Yard did not have *official* approval from Portuguese Authorities for their work.   Believable ?  Hmmm.........

Who did the CPS meet with then back in April?

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Post by sharonl on 04.09.13 7:08

@aiyoyo wrote: In a nutshell, the author of this article is essentially saying Scotland Yard did not have *official* approval from Portuguese Authorities for their work.   Believable ?  Hmmm.........

Who did the CPS meet with then back in April?
See here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10135847/CPS-lawyers-travel-to-Portugal-to-explore-Madeleine-McCann-leads.html

The report refers to the CPS meeting 'their counterparts' - presumably, staff high up in the Portuguese Ministry or in the Attorney-General's Office.

Unusually, though, the CPS travelled with Met Police officers, and were not doing their usual job of advising the police on evidence but, according to the Telegraph report, 'exploring new leads'. Presumably the 38 acquitted suspect paedophiles they are now looking for (if they can be found, now that Redwood has told them all that he is coming to talk to them).

The article, which appears to be well-sourced, does indeed suggest no enthusisam or co-operation from the Portuguese police and judicial authorities about this latest Scotland Yard initiative.

I can't find any other article which suggests they are welcoming this new Operation Grange with open arms...

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Post by Woburn_exile on 04.09.13 9:09

@sharonl wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote: In a nutshell, the author of this article is essentially saying Scotland Yard did not have *official* approval from Portuguese Authorities for their work.   Believable ?  Hmmm.........

Who did the CPS meet with then back in April?
See here:  http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10135847/CPS-lawyers-travel-to-Portugal-to-explore-Madeleine-McCann-leads.html

The report refers to the CPS meeting 'their counterparts' - presumably, staff high up in the Portuguese Ministry or in the Attorney-General's Office.

Unusually, though, the CPS travelled with Met Police officers, and were not doing their usual job of advising the police on evidence but, according to the Telegraph report, 'exploring new leads'. Presumably the 38 acquitted suspect paedophiles they are now looking for (if they can be found, now that Redwood has told them all that he is coming to talk to them).

The article, which appears to be well-sourced, does indeed suggest no enthusisam or co-operation from the Portuguese police and judicial authorities about this latest Scotland Yard initiative.

I can't find any other article which suggests they are welcoming this new Operation Grange with open arms...  


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Post by Woburn_exile on 04.09.13 9:10

So everyone suspected of being a sex offender has now got an alibi for where they were that evening, or even if they can be found all they have to do is say "it was over 6 years ago I don't exactly remember" The police can then return to the UK in the understanding that they have used up all the allocated budget authorised by the prime minister himself. Gerry McCann can appear on the TV whining about the disappearance of a British girl abroad, how it is driving Kate towards suicide and how horrible everyone in the world is if they don't believe his consistent "NO EVIDENCE" version of events.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 04.09.13 9:44

@Woburn_exile wrote:So everyone suspected of being a sex offender has now got an alibi for where they were that evening, or even if they can be found all they have to do is say "it was over 6 years ago I don't exactly remember" The police can then return to the UK in the understanding that they have used up all the allocated budget authorised by the prime minister himself. Gerry McCann can appear on the TV whining about the disappearance of a British girl abroad, how it is driving Kate towards suicide and how horrible everyone in the world is if they don't believe his consistent "NO EVIDENCE" version of events.
I didn't know GM went around whining that there is consistently "NO EVIDENCE" of an 'abduction'!

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Post by plebgate on 04.09.13 9:48

So the police apparently are looking at paedophiles and yet the mantra is no evidence of harm coming to Maddie?

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Post by sharonl on 04.09.13 9:55

@Woburn_exile wrote:So everyone suspected of being a sex offender has now got an alibi for where they were that evening, or even if they can be found all they have to do is say "it was over 6 years ago I don't exactly remember" The police can then return to the UK in the understanding that they have used up all the allocated budget authorised by the prime minister himself. Gerry McCann can appear on the TV whining about the disappearance of a British girl abroad, how it is driving Kate towards suicide and how horrible everyone in the world is if they don't believe his consistent "NO EVIDENCE" version of events.
Isn't this reminiscent of all those newspaper headlines of 'sightings' and 'suspects'?

Instead of the police quietly establishing the identity of a possible suspect, and then knocking on his door at 5am and questioning him, Team McCann prefer to blaze an artist's impression of a suspect all over the British or Portuguese press, thus giving anyone who might be harbouring Madeleine or know something about her disappearance every chance to run and hide.

Same here. Suppose for a moment that one of these 38 possible paedophiles or other suspects really was involved in Madeleine's disappearance? They would read the headlines in the Portuguese, Spanish or British newspapers, or on the internet, and act accordingly. Either do a runner or, as you say, carefully prepare their alibis.

All of this only makes any sense if it is all about producing ever more newspaper headlines to perpertuate the abduction myth - whilst Gerry, in the words of Kate in her diary, goes on giving 'another great TV performance'.

Extended hols on the Algarve for Redwood's detectives all round!

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Post by jozi on 04.09.13 10:14

@tigger wrote:Vila do Bispo was the first stop Gerry made at the end of July when he came back from  the US.

That was part of curious detour from the airport to PDL. Which means he probably wasn't picked up but had left the car at the airport?
Sounds as if this guy also hired Gerrys car ?

The man had no car of his own but was said to ‘often resort to rental vehicles’ and was but a few kilometres from Praia da Luz at the time Madeleine McCann disappeared.

In apparent economic difficulties in May 2007, his standard of living improved shortly afterwards.


Its getting silly now....are they trying to join all the dot and cross the tees, just for our benefit ?


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Post by jeanmonroe on 04.09.13 10:37

"The British citizen had a blonde pony-tail "
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How did 'eagle eyed' Jane miss 'seeing' the blond ponytail?

She'd have SEEN that as bundleman had his back to her walking away (supposedly) wouldn't she?

And, that's dead paedo Hewitt 'ruled out' then!

"According to the soldier, the individual exhibited  an ‘anomalous behaviour’ that raised suspicion that he was involved in  possible acts of paedophilia and exhibitionism."

THAT description could also apply to a certain 'holidaymaker' in 2007, couldn't it?

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seriously.....

Post by worriedmum on 04.09.13 11:34

...is it just me or is it UNREAL that all these 'possibilities' are being investigated when as far as I know this has never been explained away ..


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Post by jozi on 04.09.13 12:10

@worriedmum wrote:...is it just me or is it UNREAL that all these 'possibilities' are being investigated when as far as I know this has never been explained away ..

Never ever mentioned them as far as I know ? Anyway they are soooo unreliable say's Gerry and we all know they seem to take whatever the Mcs say as gospel.

SY don't want to cause the Mcs any further distress !!! Its much better for them to go on wild goose chases at the taxpayers expense than to show the Mcs in a bad light ??? Something is going on but damn if I can figure it out....so much protection but why ??? Maybe its all a big fat con with the government in on it and we have all been suckered in the biggest con of the Century !!!

Didn't Murrat say something about the biggest cock-up of the Century ?

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Post by pennylane on 04.09.13 12:12

@jeanmonroe wrote:"The British citizen had a blonde pony-tail "
________________________________________________________________________

How did 'eagle eyed' Jane miss 'seeing' the blond ponytail?

She'd have SEEN that as bundleman had his back to her walking away (supposedly) wouldn't she?

And, that's dead paedo Hewitt 'ruled out' then!

"According to the soldier, the individual exhibited  an ‘anomalous behaviour’ that raised suspicion that he was involved in  possible acts of paedophilia and exhibitionism."

THAT description could also apply to a certain 'holidaymaker' in 2007, couldn't it?

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Don't be silly jean, a doctor sucking his finger and circling his nipple, whilst referring to a little girl who has since disappeared off the face of the earth, is not a red flag to Operation Grange and, least we forget, the McCanns and their mates are not in the frame.  Indeed, a left alone toddler, overheard crying for nearly 2 hours, disappears 2 days later, and CSI blood and cadaver dogs ONLY alert to her parents apartment, possessions and hire car, but this bothers not our great police force, neither do multiple changes made to the parents story.  The original investigation that casts gave doubt on Madeleine being abducted is also given short shrift, besides  Kate and Gerry McCann are respectable British doctors who couldn't possibly be lying through their teeth!  

Yes, our very astute Detective Andy Redwood of Operation Grange 'genuinely believes Madeleine could still be alive,' and he's diligently looking for that quintessential clue that leads him and his team to the stranger that abducted the child with a 'key hole coloboma,' erm I mean 'small fleck' in her eye.  Go Operation Grange! spin

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Post by pennylane on 04.09.13 12:44

@jeanmonroe wrote:
@pennylane wrote:
@jeanmonroe wrote:Operation STRANGE!
Very much so!  In fact more appropriately.....

Operation Deranged!  big grin
Operation ARRANGED!
In a nutshell! thumbup 


So swarthy man is history, and blond ponytail man is the new paedo on the block. Dodgy neighborhood or what?

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Post by pennylane on 04.09.13 13:26

@PeterMac wrote:" />
Thanks Peter, that really helps!  laughat  So be on the alert for a cross-dressing Barby doll lookalike basically!yes

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Post by aiyoyo on 04.09.13 13:32

I seriously doubt the author knows what he's talking about.  

Take this for example

The 38 individuals were identified by Scotland Yards ‘Operation Grange’ in documents sent by the Ministerio Publico (Ministry of Justice) to London, and which now serve as the grounds for Scotland Yard’s new investigation work, as well as for the British journalists.
Does anyone else see something wrong with that sentece?

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Post by plebgate on 04.09.13 13:47

Jeanmunroe, Pennylane and PeterM big grin big grin big grin 

shouldn't laugh really but I've never heard anything like it in my life.

Operation Arranged - well it certainly seems to have fitted in so that a spokesperson could let the press know that they have been advised that turning up in Portugal libel hearing could cause a media frenzy and perhaps not be helpful to a police investigation (sumat like that).


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Post by jozi on 04.09.13 14:01

@aiyoyo wrote:I seriously doubt the author knows what he's talking about.  

Take this for example

The 38 individuals were identified by Scotland Yards ‘Operation Grange’ in documents sent by the Ministerio Publico (Ministry of Justice) to London, and which now serve as the grounds for Scotland Yard’s new investigation work, as well as for the British journalists.
Does anyone else see something wrong with that sentece?
Very strangely worded....why should British journalists be involved ?.....Oh,is it to keep up the charade and take the heat away from the Mcs !!!
The libel trial is to start soon and if SY are still investigating then it might not go to trial,.........mmm

now serve as the grounds for Scotland Yard’s new investigation work, as well as for the British journalists.

British journalists ???wft 

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Post by aiyoyo on 04.09.13 14:31

@jozi wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:I seriously doubt the author knows what he's talking about.  

Take this for example

The 38 individuals were identified by Scotland Yards ‘Operation Grange’ in documents sent by the Ministerio Publico (Ministry of Justice) to London, and which now serve as the grounds for Scotland Yard’s new investigation work, as well as for the British journalists.
Does anyone else see something wrong with that sentece?
Very strangely worded....why should British journalists be involved ?.....Oh,is it to keep up the charade and take the heat away from the Mcs !!!
The libel trial is to start soon and if SY are still investigating then it might not go to trial,.........mmm

now serve as the grounds for Scotland Yard’s new investigation work, as well as for the British journalists.

British journalists ???wft 
No only is the author saying British Journalists were given the list (by who though - Scotland Yard?), he also states that he has access to the list and other document as well.
 Butt the author isnt a British Journalist.  
On top of that, he's saying it was the  Portugual Minsitry of Justice who showed the files to reporters.  This is in spite of him also saying the Portuguese police documents are still kept secret in line with secrecy code.  He's contradicting himself. His points are all self defeating.



The list currently being used, which wasn’t included in the files shown by the Ministerio Publico (Ministry of Justice) to reporters, includes information concerning Portuguese citizens and foreign individuals either residing in or present at the time in the vicinity of where the British girl went missing.

[ PICTURE: Portuguese police documents (still kept secret in line with judicial procedures) ]

According to the documents that came with the above-mentioned list - to which we also had access - this detailed information allows not only for the identification and tracking down of the individuals in question, but also - and perhaps most disconcertingly - of  their close relatives.

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Re: Operation Grange and British journalists are looking for R.A., a man acquitted of sexual assault, and S., a Brit with a blond pony-tail who exhibited 'anomalous behaviour': Two of the 38 suspects sought by Scotland Yard - Duarte Levy, 'Tribune', 23 July

Post by marconi on 04.09.13 14:37

Please try

www.joana-morais.blogspot.com

click on sitemap

go to number 765 and click

"Exposing a swindler: the truth about a pathological lier''

written by joana self.

I don't know if Duarte Levy is still like that.

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