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Post by Tony Bennett on 23.04.14 19:56

@aquila wrote:There was an ex Met officer on Sky News today Hamish Brown I think his name was who was speaking/appealing for people to give information to the police!!!! He spoke of the Portuguese having phone records that would be helpful in light of the newly discovered crimes.

Unbelievable!

anyway, on a lighter note Tony, your post re the numbers of officers etc reminds me of Yes Minister re an economy drive

Hacker: How many people do we have in this department?
Sir Humphrey
: Ummm... well, we're very small...
Hacker
: Two, maybe three thousand?
Sir Humphrey: About twenty three thousand to be precise.
Hacker
: TWENTY THREE THOUSAND! In the department of administrative affairs, twenty three thousand adminstrators just to administer the other administrators! We need to do a time-and-motion study, see who we can get rid of.
Sir Humphrey
: Ah, well, we did one of those last year.
Hacker: And what were the results?
Sir Humphrey: It turned out that we needed another five hundred people.
At the height of Stalin's powers, he employed 500,000 government statisticians.

All of them pumpimg out false statistics!

The U.K. today is going the same way.

Nearly every police force fiddles their crime figures.

Hospitals fiddle their waiting times.

Some teachers have even fiddled their pupils' grades.

All in an effort to generate misleading statistics.

Redwood's parade of endless statistics is about as unconvincing as his obvious air of insincerity.

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Post by SixMillionQuid on 23.04.14 19:59

@margaret wrote:
@SixMillionQuid wrote:
@margaret wrote:

I know what you mean but l can't see SY wasting millions of £s and coming up with a whitewash.
The cadaver alerts, the lack of maddies DNA or one credible lead won't go away.

As l said l remain hopeful until the end.
I'm curious to know what some people are expecting from this latest trip. Arrests?

If you don't believe public money is being flushed down to loo to purely to protect some people's image then by rights you must be expecting arrests to take place as a result of this visit carefully timed ahead of the 3rd May.

I don't have to think that at all. Strange logic you have there...

All l have said is that until SY conclude what they're investigating l will hope for the best.
They've got a lot of suspects to 'eliminate'. New ones keep popping up..."this story has legs".

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Post by Tony Bennett on 23.04.14 20:05

@Woofer wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:
@margaret wrote:
I know what you mean but l can't see SY wasting millions of £s and coming up with a whitewash.
* Operation Countryman

* Brinks Mat cover-up

* Operation Jackpot (corruption at Stoke Newington Police Station)

* Murder of Jean Charles de Menezes 21.7.2005

* Cover-up of 2002 Operation Tiberius internal reprot on widespread corruption in the Met (stories in the Independent this year, see separae thread on this forum)

* Five corrupt reviews spanning nearly 3 decades into the Daniel Morgan case (murdered in 1987, see also threads on this forum)

* Cover-up of serious corruption at Catford Police Station, south London

* 'Untouchables' pseudo-investigation into corruption in Rigg Approach Flying Squad

* Stephen Lawrence cover-up of corrupt relations between one of the murderer's father (a senior Met officer) and local 'drugs lords'

* John Wilson beating cover-up 1996-2002


We are not talking of millions pf £s spent in high-level Met Police cover-ups here, we are talking tens or even hundreds of millions of pounds of taxpayers' money being poured into senior Met police officers covering up their own incompetence and corruption.

And I've not even mentioned a series of provincial cover-ups, like Hillsborough...

An impressive list and are mostly the police covering up their own corrupt workings - but this cover up (if it is one) is about some other agency's corruption.
Correct, covering up their own corruption.

If this is a cover-up, Rupert Murdoch seems to be pulling all the strings...

1. His CEO threatens Cameron

2. He invites Cameron to his yacht, gets what he wants out of him (BSkyB), and then tells his newspaper editors to tell their readers to Vote Cameron

3. His son-in-law employs Clarence Mitchell at Freud International

4. His man at the News of the World, Andy Coulson, goes to work as Cameron's Director of Communications, and they jointlyppoint Clarence Mitchell as their No. 2

5. His papers print a succession of ludicrous stories about where Madeleine might be

6. Corruptly paying senior Met officers for juicy stories

7. Putting senior Met officers on his payroll when they leave the Met.


P.S. I think Arthur C. Clarke and Rupert Murdoch were great mates:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/media/press/notw-editor-spiked-paedophilia-scoop-on-arthur-c-clarke-for-fear-of-murdoch-7920816.html

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Post by lj on 23.04.14 20:12

@Bishop Brennan wrote:The saddest thing for me is that I think that AR actually believes he is making progress in this case. I honestly do. Just think back to his breathless excitement on the first CW program as he excitedly shared his big "revelation moment".   The 3 burglars, and this recent press release carry that same over-eager-intern tone.  

And yet he seems unable to see that he has in fact NOTHING...  No link to Maddie, no evidence of a break-in, no witnesses to smellyman, and a totally different MO in all cases.  It's all just a fantasy scenario dreamed up by AR. And yet look how excited he gets when he believes he finds something that fits the fantasy - despite its complete irrelevance to the Maddie case... 

Frankly, it's depressing to realise that AR and BHH are two of the top men in our police force.

scary, isn't it?

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Post by whatliesbehindthesofa on 23.04.14 20:13

@Cristobell wrote:
Châtelaine wrote:IMO the NSY are not doing a whitewash and they cannot afford BTW. Yes, there are numerous examples of cover-up, but only because they have been discovered. IF they would do a whitewash now, this time, with the most famous criminal child disappearance in history since the Lindbergh baby, and be uncovered, they'd lose all of their credibility for all time!
I needed to read something like that, well said Chatelaine!  Its impossible of course.  When DCI Redwood mentioned Smellyman before, he did not connect him to the disappearance of Madeleine.  And it is not so long ago, he was focusing on the clean cut Smithman, who has no resemblance to Smellyman whatsoever, not least he was carrying a child that fitted Madeleine's description!

Even though it has been 7 years, when it reaches an end there will have to be a trial, and its a bit like the Highlander series, 'There can be only one'. Only one trial that is, and during that trial, the evidence of the dogs will scrutinized by expert witnesses, and experts may be called by the Prosecution and the Defence, so even if the Accused is indeed Smellyman, he will use the dogs' evidence in his defence.  

The only way SY can clear the McCanns would be by accusing the PJ of planting evidence, etc, etc, which could lead to all sorts of diplomatic incidents, if not war!

Aye, well said to the both of you :)

Also, the findmadeleine site still lists Tannerman, Spottyman, and Poshspicewoman on their suspects page. They've not added Potbellyman yet. I expect they're on it at the moment ;-)

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Post by Tony Bennett on 23.04.14 20:53

@Bishop Brennan wrote:The saddest thing for me is that I think that AR actually believes he is making progress in this case. I honestly do. Just think back to his breathless excitement on the first CW program as he excitedly shared his big "revelation moment".   The 3 burglars, and this recent press release carry that same over-eager-intern tone. 

REPLY:   Do you think it possible, BB, that these signs - 'breathless excitement' and 'over-eager tone' - might actually be signs that he is not telling the truth?  

Not to mention

* his meaningless verbiage 'drawing everything back to zero' etc.

* his allowing a highly partial and selective reconstruction to be shown 

* his showing us two very different 5-year-old e-fits of what is claimed to be the same person 

* his replacement of Tannerman with crecheman

* his claim that he sincerely wants to know the identities of four blond men and

* his studied and unconvincing display of apparent sincerity...the furrowed forehead etc.   

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Post by sharonl on 23.04.14 21:04

If we are to believe what we read in the UK media, our top police force are running around Praia Da Luz like headless chickens in desperate search of cleaners, burglars, gypsies, apartment owners, paedophiles, Ocean Club employees, charity workers, mobile phone owners and anyone else who just happened to be there. 

In years to come and millions of pounds later, once everyone else in Praia Da Luz has been ruled out, they will be left with the tapas 9, what then?

If the Met really are on the trail of all these different suspects or groups of suspects every week or so, they clearly do not have one credible lead to follow.

Now they are off to Portugal in the hope that the Portuguese police will join the wild goose chase.

This is complete and utter nonsense and probably nothing more than a PR exercise, but then the reason that the review was set up in the first place was to pacify Rebekah Brooks and keep her off Camerons' back.  It's hardly likely that NSY would make such complete and utter fools of themselves with all of this.  If it was a whitewash, they could merely say that they were making progress and that they were looking for a suspect but could not give details.  But, that would defeat the object because the press wouldn't have an ongoing story to sell.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 23.04.14 21:31

@sharonl wrote:If the Met really are on the trail of all these different suspects or groups of suspects every week or so, they clearly do not have one credible lead to follow.

REPLY: The Met's website tells us, inter alia, this:

QUOTE

http://www.met.police.uk/pressbureau/Bur23/page03.htm

Following an appeal in March, officers from Operation Grange investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have had a positive response to the appeal which has led to a number of new lines of enquiry. Detectives overseeing the investigation specifically appealed for further information leading to the identification of a suspect who may have been responsible for a potentially linked series of twelve offences on the Western Algarve region between 2004 and 2010 .

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, the senior investigating officer said...: Anyone with any information is asked to call the Operation Grange incident room on 0207 321 9251...

UNQUOTE

+++++++++++++++

They are trying to tell us that this is indeed a credible lead.

They speak of a 'suspect'.

But actually - this is so cunning and manipulative - when we read the Met's press release it says that the suspect is suspected of 'being responsible for 12 linked offences', NOT that he is suspected of abducting Madeleine McCann.

The main effect of the 'CrimeWatch McCann Speical No. 2', therefore, has been to create a developing story about 'smellybinman' in the run-up to the 7th anniversary of Madeleine's reported disappearance

 





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Post by russiandoll on 23.04.14 21:42

Quick reply to you Tony. 
1. I find it easy to apologise when I am in the wrong and I do so now for stating that you disparagingly put words in quotes which had been used by the original poster. So I  take back my comments about your use of these words and the inferences I mistakenly drew from them. I do wonder though, why wlbts used quotes for these words.

2.  My comments re your being provocative with innuendo still stand. You were very direct with me in your reply, I only wish that you had been the same with this other person.

3. I have had a very nice day, thank you, apart from wondering what the heck is going on with SY's latest !

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Post by Guest on 23.04.14 21:52

Tomorrow front page of Express............


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Post by whatliesbehindthesofa on 23.04.14 21:52

To clear something up, the reason that I used quote-marks around "intelligence" and "experience" was that I was referencing this post:

@Tony Bennett wrote:
maragaret, Good morning. I am sorry to say this, but your optimism about Operation Grange reminded me of Oscar Wilde's observation on marriage:

"Marriage is the triumph of imagination over intelligence. Second marriage is the triumph of hope over experience.”

I don't see even a smidgeon of actual evidence for your hope - but a mountain of evidence the other way...

As you can see, I was quoting a quote of a quote ;-)  The quotes were meant to indicate that the words were not mine - perhaps I should have just quoted the whole post instead :) Or used quote-marks instead of inverted commas (just noticed that!).

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Post by Beanie on 23.04.14 21:54

@PeterMac wrote:Why were only British families "targeted'
Why is potbellied smellyman said to be British
Why do only British parents leave the doors and windows open
Why do only British parents allow the assault and violation of their young daughters to go unreported and uninvestigated
Why do only British parents behave so irresponsibly
Why do only British parents NOT go to the Tabloids to sell their stories over the past 10 years
Why do the British Authorities assume that everyone is so bloody stupid that anyone, even just one, would believe this nonsense ?
Why is Redwood allowed to get away this this
Why is Hogan-Howe stil in a job
Why is Mitchell still on the planet

(Continues rant for some time . .  )


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Post by sharonl on 23.04.14 22:00

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@sharonl wrote:If the Met really are on the trail of all these different suspects or groups of suspects every week or so, they clearly do not have one credible lead to follow.

REPLY: The Met's website tells us, inter alia, this:

QUOTE

http://www.met.police.uk/pressbureau/Bur23/page03.htm

Following an appeal in March, officers from Operation Grange investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have had a positive response to the appeal which has led to a number of new lines of enquiry. Detectives overseeing the investigation specifically appealed for further information leading to the identification of a suspect who may have been responsible for a potentially linked series of twelve offences on the Western Algarve region between 2004 and 2010 .

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, the senior investigating officer said...: Anyone with any information is asked to call the Operation Grange incident room on 0207 321 9251...

UNQUOTE

+++++++++++++++

They are trying to tell us that this is indeed a credible lead.

They speak of a 'suspect'.

But actually - this is so cunning and manipulative - when we read the Met's press release it says that the suspect is suspected of 'being responsible for 12 linked offences', NOT that he is suspected of abducting Madeleine McCann.

The main effect of the 'CrimeWatch McCann Speical No. 2', therefore, has been to create a developing story about 'smellybinman' in the run-up to the 7th anniversary of Madeleine's reported disappearance

 





That's shocking

So the Met are prepared to make complete and utter fools of themselves as they embark on yet another wild goose chase ignoring what is staring them in the face.  I would love to know what it was that Ms Brooks was intending to publish in the headlines that was so bad that Cameron & the Met gave into this nonsense.

It wouldn't be unreasonable to expect the Met to have narrowed their search down to 3 or less suspects within a month or 2 of this review, but they seem intent on investigating everyone who may have been in Praia Da Luz at the time.

If they did have a really credible lead and the review was getting somewhere they wouldn't be trying to rule out everyone in Praia Da Luz.

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Post by russiandoll on 23.04.14 22:06

Sky report on their site much as the last one re assaults, including this

 Police believe the suspect may have been in the villas for some time before being disturbed by parents or a child waking up - and he remained calm even when interrupted.

 So Dad did not get a grip of smellyman while his wife/ partner called the police?


 He was calm was he? Didn't run away in case he got a beating? What did the adults do with this calm intruder?

  Who do they think will believe this crock of merde? !

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Post by Copodenieve on 23.04.14 22:11

@plebgate wrote:I haven't seen Tony bating anybody on this or any other thread, so don't know why admin would need to admonish Tony.

WLBTS interpretation of Tony's "fascinating" remark was imo out of order.

From several posts I have seen it has always been WLBTS who replies (imo) to Tony in a negative and adversarial way.

WLBTS seems to have a "thing" about Tony being victorious during their "debates" and I do remember one post where WLBTS said something about having last word, but then edited the post.

I believe WLBTS has deliberately made more of Tony's "fascinating" remark to deflect their anger and never being able to "have last word" over Tony.

Sorry for seeming to butt in Tony, I know you can explain things yourself, but when other members decide to jump in and ask admin to become involved then I did feel I could give my take on things.

It was the same just before Marconi "left" the forum, some jumped in when there was no need to and caused chaos.
Ufff...sorry for jumping in but really need to say that I totally agree with this.

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Post by Guest on 23.04.14 22:12

Dominating front pages again.......


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Post by russiandoll on 23.04.14 22:12

Oh FGS. Speaking of a crock.... from the Daily Star  [ bold mine ]


http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/375727/Maddie-suspect-linked-to-five-more-sexual-assaults-on-young-girls-in-Portuguese-resort

Last month, investigators focused their intentions on a known paedophile who was said to be spotted carrying a girl of Maddie's description along a beach near her resort.

He was said to be responsible for a number of attacks on young girls in the tourist area of Praia Da Luz.

British officers are now looking into incidents where 18 holiday apartments were broken into and very little was stolen.

A 10-year-old British girl is said to have been one of the alleged victims in 2005, two years after Maddie went missing while on holiday with her parents.

Police say the break-ins could offer clues to how Maddie disappeared without a trace.

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Post by whatliesbehindthesofa on 23.04.14 22:12

Rubbish from the Express as usual, and they contradict themselves right there on the front page.

They say:

Police now ready to make arrests in the Algarve.
and

Detectives hunting the kidnapper of Madeline McCann are poised to make arrests.
but then point out

Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt confirmed the authorities in Lisbon have responded positively to a series of "international letters of request" from the Yard.
He said: "In the relatively near future, we will start to see activity on behalf of the Portuguese with us involved as well."
He declined to say what the "activity" would be.

Hewitt's statement doesn't make sense in itself anyway. "... we will start to see activity on behalf of the Portuguese ..." seems to imply that SY will be acting on behalf of the Portuguese, but then he concludes with "... with us involved as well." Eh? Then who exactly is carrying out this activity on behalf of the Portuguese? If it's not the Portuguese, and it's not Scotland Yard, then who is it?

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Post by TheTruthWillOut on 23.04.14 22:31

Why do all these headlines state arrests? All the news stories suspects the past few months have been lone sex offenders.

Unless its a hint toward the T9....

Also an interesting choice of picture of the McCann's on the Star.

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Post by notlongnow on 23.04.14 22:37

russ wrote:


Police say the break-ins could offer clues to how Maddie disappeared without a trace.

Confused as to how this works.

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Post by tasprin on 23.04.14 22:43

candyfloss wrote:Dominating front pages again.......



The Star obviously thinks the McCanns are laughing at the farce too.

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Post by sharonl on 23.04.14 22:45

Totally irresponsible reporting

Firstly NSY have no jurisdiction in Portugal and cannot make arrests

More importantly, If any of this were true and Madeleine was still alive, alerting the suspect that the police were on to him and would arrest him within "weeks" gives him a good chance to plan his escape, his alibi etc., and If he still has Madeleine, to dispose of her.  They could be putting the child in danger.

The McCanns are very quick to accuse people of hindering the search for their daughter, why don't they do something about these reports that do more damage to the search than anything.

If the Met really believed that Madeleine was alive and findable, would they really put her in danger by allowing the press to alert the abductor with these press reports?  They may even consider what they post on their own website to be detrimental to the search. 

Do we have a completely irresponsible police force as well as an irresponsible media?

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Post by russiandoll on 23.04.14 22:47

What is the Star doing using a photo of a smiling couple to go with a story implying Maddie possibly targeted by a paedophile?


  Didn't Sky have Tannerman on their site earlier today?


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