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Post by Doug D on Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:31 pm

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[size=37]Support Team of the Year: Directorate of Media & Communication - innovative & dedicated support to complex ‪#McCann investigation ‪#MPSAwards[/size]
           
        
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Re: Met Police Awards

Post by Doug D on Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:49 pm

Interestingly on the Met Police Press page that list all the awards this one is just down as:
 
‘Support Team of the Year: Press Bureau, Social Media Desk and Special Crime and Operations Press Desk’
 
All of the other awards are broken down with descriptions of what & why etc but not this one.
 
It is just the Met twitter feed that has highlighted that it relates to the McCann case.

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Re: Met Police Awards

Post by ultimaThule on Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:53 pm

I find this comment more pertinent than any of the awards handed out at the Met's annual self-congratulation fest:

"Small ThunderDog ‏@smallthunderdog 5 hrs5 hours ago
Awards given for promulgating a victim culture, accepting statements as facts and losing more than 50% of convictions #yewtree #MPSAwards
0 replies . 3 retweets 6 favourites"

Nevertheless, it's reassuring to know that the Directorate of M&C are keeping a tally of Met-approved information given to the MSM and disinformation promulgated by the various paid and unpaid family 'source(s)'.

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Re: Met Police Awards

Post by Doug D on Tue Feb 10, 2015 8:10 pm

Oops, presumably that bit wasn't supposed to come out!
 
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Bloody Media & Communications Dept never could get anything right! Give them another award.

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