Polícia descobriu provas contra pais de Maddie
Police found evidence against the parents of Maddie
Publicado em 29 de Junho de 2014 14:44
Polícias britânicos que se deslocaram ao Algarve descobriram as provas que incriminavam Kate e Gerry McCann pelo desaparecimento da pequena Maddie
A notícia é avançada pelo Diário de Notícias que dá conta de um telegrama obtido pelo Wikileaks, o embaixador do Reino Unido dizendo ao congénere dos EUA que foi a polícia inglesa que descobriu provas que incriminavam os pais da menina desaparecida.
Existe apenas um telegrama dos obtidos pelo Wikileaks que fala sobre o caso Madeleine McCann e, tal como revela o El País, resulta de uma conversa entre os embaixadores do Reino Unido e dos EUA em Lisboa em finais de 2007.
De acordo com a notícia do Diário de Notícias, o primeiro conta ao segundo que foram os polícias britânicos que se deslocaram ao Algarve que descobriram as provas que incriminavam Kate e Gerry McCann pelo desaparecimento da pequena Maddie a 3 de Maio desse mesmo ano na Praia da Luz.
Uma revelação que é totalmente contraditória com aquilo que foi noticiado na altura, nomeadamente pela Imprensa britânica, que chegou muitas vezes a por em causa o trabalho de investigação da Polícia Judiciária.
Recorde-se que os pais de Maddie foram constituídos arguidos pela justiça portuguesa, decisão que provocou grande celeuma entre os dois países. Afinal, segundo o telegrama, é o próprio embaixador britânico que confidencia que foram as autoridades inglesas que encontraram as provas que faziam dos denunciantes os principais suspeitos.
Richard Ellis, que acabava de chegar a Lisboa, visita o seu colega norte-americano e os dois abordam o assunto que corria, na altura, o mundo inteiro. Ao contrário do que transparecia para a opinião pública, o diplomata britânico revela que as policiais de Portugal e do Reino Unido estavam coordenadas e que tudo era tratado com o máximo de sigilo.
British policemen who went to Algarve found evidence incriminating Kate and Gerry McCann over the disappearance of little Maddie
The news is advanced by the Daily News that realizes a cable obtained by Wikileaks, the UK ambassador saying the U.S. counterpart that was the British police who discovered incriminating evidence that the parents of the missing girl.
There is only a cable obtained by the Wikileaks talking about the Madeleine McCann case and as indicated by El Pais, the result of a conversation between ambassadors of the UK and U.S. in Lisbon in late 2007.
According to the news of the Daily News, the first account to the second who were the British police who went to the Algarve found that the evidence incriminating Kate and Gerry McCann over the disappearance of little Maddie on May 3 of that year in PdL
A revelation that is totally contradictory to what was reported at the time, particularly by the British press, who came often concerned by the research work of the Judicial Police.
Remember that Maddie's parents were made defendants by the Portuguese justice, a decision that caused a great stir among the two countries. After all, according to the telegram, is the British ambassador himself who confides that it was the British authorities who found the evidence of the complainants were the main suspects.
Richard Ellis, who had just arrived in Lisbon, visit his U.S. counterpart and the two discuss the subject that ran at the time, the whole world. Contrary to what transpired to public opinion, the British diplomat revealed that police in Portugal and the UK were coordinated and everything was handled with utmost confidentiality.
Why would they bring this up again now ?
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But pretty sure he'll re-appear, with 'exciting news' of OG 'investigation', a few days before McS 'return' to Portugal next week (8th July) though.
Portugal is 'preparing' itself for the McS 'visit'.
Ordering taxpayers funded 'lunch' for the 38 'elite' Maddie cops?
Well, one has to 'spend' some of the £6,778 a day 'UK taxpayers funding' for OG on 'meals', dosen't one?
Or is the UK taxpayers £6,778 a day 'funding' ONLY to be spent on investigating what happened to a 'missing' child?
Nice to see Gerry McCann, former arguido, 'offering/allocating' UK taxpayers money (NOT Madeleine Fund money, you'll notice) to the 'poor' Portuguese!
I didn't know he had been 'seconded' to the UK Treasury and could 'authorise' giving the Portuguese 'additional funding'.
But what do i know?. Nobody tells me nothing!
GM: 1st May 2014.
"The concern that we have, and I think also that the Metropolitan Police have, is that at the minute, there's almost parallel investigations going on, which doesn't make sense," said Mr McCann.
"We're not quite sure why there's resistance to the joint investigation team, because clearly resources in Portugal is an issue and this would be one mechanism by which they could have additional funding."
The 'Madeleine's Fund, LNSU', board, with K&GM as 'directors' on the board, could always agree to give whatever there is in 'Madeleine's Fund, LNSU' to the Portuguese as additional 'funding', to continue to investigate the 'disappearance' of their daughter, Madeleine, couldn't they?
Wouldn't be an issue, would it?
Don't know why the 'board', with a majority of McCann 'family' members, of the 'Madeleine's Fund, LNSU' didn't think of 'this' before, do you?
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Yes what is he up to. He has got to busy, his last chance probably to haul someone in and make a case, or even find another theory, person, etc etc. Ideally before the 8th July.
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That explains a lot , they kept that quiet . Dr Amaral must have know that .
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@Woofer wrote:Its just struck me that if she was autistic and became so after the triple vaccine which is administered around 2 yrs of age, it would indeed need to be covered up by the BMA what with all the hoo-ha over Dr. Andrew Wakefield`s findings.
Trouble is, there are many people claiming their children became autistic from the MMR jab and it's met by a wall of silence. I don't think this could be the case.
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SAD, SAD, SAD.
Throughout the week, a picture of a woman under immense strain emerged from friends and neighbours.
Tania had devoted herself to providing for the special needs of her children.
"I doubt she's had a decent night's sleep in years," a friend told the Sunday Times, adding that "anyone who saw her could not help but be compassionate".
Tania was pregnant with the twins when the family discovered that Olivia had the fatal genetic condition.
"The consensus is that these were mercy killings. She'd reached the end of her tether and had been watching them [the children] suffer."
As Tania Clarence is charged with the deaths of her three children, I spoke to two families about the difficulties of caring for a disabled child.
How do you describe life as a parent of a child with profound or life-limiting disabilities? "Inhumane. Insane. Pushed to the wire." Henrietta Spink veers from the language of despair to that of hope. "It has been an extraordinary journey," she says, with some positivity, of the past 26 years spent raising her two sons, both of whom need round-the-clock care. And then: "Our life has been destroyed."
Henrietta, 52, and her husband Michael, 57, an expert in Islamic art, understand better than most the Clarence tragedy.
"There have been times," says Henrietta, "when I have wished all four of us were dead. It is remorseless, unrelenting, a situation for which there is no manual, an emotional black hole."
Henrietta has cared for her sons Henry, 26, and Freddie, 22, since they were born. Henry is severely epileptic, cannot walk or talk, and is incontinent. He exists in a sort of stasis: an adult body suspended in the world of a three-month-old baby.
Freddie is autistic, hyperactive and, although 108kg and 1.75m tall, behaves like a three-year-old. Born with a diaphragmatic hernia - his stomach organs were in his chest at birth - he was placed on life support, where he suffered a stroke, which went undetected for 15 years.
Henrietta and Michael are wiped out with exhaustion. "Every night, one of the boys will need help at some point. Freddie wakes properly at about 4am or 5am, and from then on one of us is up monitoring him. Then I do six lots of washing because Henry is incontinent and I spend two hours a day cooking to ensure they have proper nutrition."
OK blubbing now............
"And if Madeleine had hurt herself inside the apartment, why would that be our fault?" Gerry
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How does she know that person leaving a message on youtube IS a neighbour of the McCann's ...if it was, would a neghbour of the McCann's know what medical conditions she had?
I think Isabelle McFadden has a taste for tweeting things that sound exciting without actually checking them out first.
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