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Post by PeterMac 02.07.22 22:06

He is interested on one thing, and one thing only. BORIS
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Post by Milo 03.07.22 11:00

And the pillow talk with his influential Greenie wife
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Post by Verdi 06.07.22 16:19

Scotland Yard’s Madeleine McCann investigation has been extended for another year

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Josh Layton - Wednesday 6 Jul 2022 11:46 am

The British investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann is being continued for another year by the Metropolitan Police.

Reports had suggested that Operation Grange would be wound down this autumn with the end of its funding as the circumstances of the three-year-old’s disappearance 15 years ago remain unsolved.

Scotland Yard has been assisting the Portuguese authorities investigating how she vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz.

The British detectives were set to wind down their 11-year involvement in the case, according to reports in March 2022.

However, Scotland Yard has now confirmed in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOI) request that the case has received funding to continue until March 2023.

It is likely to be a faint glimmer of hope for her parents, Kate and Gerry, after apparent links between the latest suspect in the case and the disappearance were debunked.

Christian Brueckner, who is currently in a German prison for a number of sex and drug offences, was named by prosecutors in the country as a chief suspect in June 2020.

However investigative journalist Mark Williams-Thomas found that there was no solid evidence linking the 45-year-old to the disappearance as he researched a documentary which was broadcast in May this year. Brueckner denies any involvement.

t had previously been reported that Scotland Yard would not continue its involvement in the case beyond this year.

A source told the Sun: ‘The end of the road for Operation Grange is now in sight. The team’s work is expected to be completed by autumn.’

Scotland Yard refused to say at the time when its involvement would end.

The force had been given a grant of £349,328 from the Home Office to fund its role in the 2021 to 2022 financial year. The total amount allocated to the UK end of the investigation is thought to be around £13 million.

A subsequent request for the current 12 months has now been granted, according to the reply provided by the Met Police.

The response stated: ‘I have contacted the Operation Grange Team and in response to your question regarding Operation Grange being closed, they have advised that an application for further funding was submitted and authorised by the Home Office earlier this year.

‘This funding runs until March 2023. Regular reviews between the MPS and the Home Office continue to take place throughout the year. Operation Grange remains open at this present time.’

The Met provided the information as it refused to answer an FOI request for information about Operation Grange on a number of grounds. One of the reasons stated was that disclosure would harm an ‘ongoing investigation’ and its relationship with other police forces and Madeleine’s family.

Kate and Gerry, from Rothley, Leicestershire, have never given up hope that their daughter is alive. On May 3 this year, they marked the 15th anniversary of her disappearance with a candlelit vigil.

In a message on Facebook, they said: ‘Many people talk about the need for ‘closure’. It’s always felt a strange term. Regardless of outcome, Madeleine will always be our daughter and a truly horrific crime has been committed.

‘These things will remain. It is true though that uncertainty creates weakness; knowledge and certainty give strength, and for this reason our need for answers, for the truth, is essential.

‘We are grateful for the ongoing work and commitment of the UK, Portuguese and German authorities as it is this combined police effort which will yield results and bring us those answers.’

The Met announced in May 2011 that, at the request of the Home Secretary, it had agreed to bring its expertise to the unsolved case.

The team is led by Det Chief Inspector Mark Cranwell and is reported to have been reduced from 40 officers to four as of this year.

The Met Police confirmed today that the case ‘is ongoing’.

A spokesperson for the Home Office said: ‘Funding for Operation Grange is approved on an annual basis. Any requests for funding will be considered as usual in line with our Special Grant process.’

https://metro.co.uk/2022/07/06/scotland-yards-madeleine-mccann-investigation-extended-for-12-months-16950899/

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Post by CaKeLoveR 06.07.22 16:31

Will we be hearing 'buoyed' again?
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Post by Jill Havern 06.07.22 16:52

What a jolly hoot all this is.

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Post by PeterMac 06.07.22 19:18

Buoyed, or terrified that one day the Met of the PJ may find the facts ?
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Post by CaKeLoveR 06.07.22 19:54

I -well, we - hope that will happen. What a virtual bun fight we could have.
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Post by Milo 06.07.22 23:18

They make me want to vomit.
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Post by Verdi 07.07.22 1:14

Milo wrote:They make me want to vomit.

Hasten Jason fetch the basin ....

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Post by crusader 07.07.22 7:42

Snipped from Verdi's post ^^^
The Met provided the information as it refused to answer an FOI request for information about Operation Grange on a number of grounds. One of the reasons stated was that disclosure would harm an ‘ongoing investigation’ and its relationship with other police forces and Madeleine’s family.




Or is the real reason once Operation Grange winds down, they will have to answer FOI questions.


It's more like Project Blue Book than an inquiry into a missing child.
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Post by Verdi 07.07.22 12:54

You could have a point but in my view if the UK authorities have good reason, whatever that might be, they will never give a direct honest answer to questions that could jeopardize their assumed integrity.

They will bluff around the salient points, reveal as much as they can without actually laying bare.

Dishonest the lot of them.  They are a breed, a species like no other in human form.  The odd one here and there, for they do exist, that break the code are cast asunder - or they are too controversial and decent and self respecting to risk personal damnation.

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Post by CaKeLoveR 07.07.22 15:06

This applies to most professions and organisations now. Nobody gets to the top by ballet dancing their way along, they have to stamp on throats. It's vile.
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Post by Verdi 07.07.22 16:10

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Scotland Yard’s Madeleine McCann investigation has been extended for another year


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Post by Jill Havern 08.07.22 15:11

Sir Mark Rowley is the new Commissioner of the Met Police.

Yup....this Mark Rowley  

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Post by Verdi 08.07.22 16:31

Let's rubber stamp that..

News - 8 July 2022 14:17

Sir Mark Rowley appointed as new Metropolitan Police Commissioner

The Home Secretary Priti Patel has today (8th July 2022) announced the appointment of Sir Mark Rowley as the new Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service.

Sir Mark was formally appointed by Her Majesty the Queen following a recommendation from the Home Secretary, after a highly competitive recruitment process. Representations from the Mayor of London were considered by the Home Secretary as part of this recommendation.

At a time when the Government is investing record sums into policing, including supporting the recruitment of 20,000 additional police officers across England and Wales, the new Commissioner will need to focus on getting the basics right, restoring confidence in policing, delivering on the Beating Crime Plan and making our capital’s streets safer.

Home Secretary Priti Patel said:

“Sir Mark Rowley is a distinguished and exceptionally experienced police officer, having served the people of the West Midlands and Surrey before guiding the capital through some of its most challenging moments in the wake of the 2017 terror attacks, as the Met’s then head of counter-terrorism.

“He now takes on one of the most important and demanding jobs in policing, leading the country’s largest force at a time when public trust in the Metropolitan Police has been severely undermined by a number of significant failings. Rebuilding public trust and delivering on crime reduction must be his priority.

“This will be a challenging period, but with a focus on tackling neighbourhood crime and delivering the basics of policing, Sir Mark is committed to tackling the significant challenges confronting the force and to making London’s streets safer by driving down crime and bringing more criminals to justice.

“As the largest police force in the country, we have supported the Met to recruit 2,599 extra police officers and increased their annual policing budget to £3.24 billion in 2022-23. I look forward to working closely with Sir Mark to ensure this investment drives essential change to ensure the force delivers for the people of London.”

Responding to his appointment, Sir Mark Rowley said:

“I feel deeply honoured to be appointed to be the next Metropolitan Police Commissioner. Our mission is to lead the renewal of policing by consent which has been so heavily dented in recent years as trust and confidence have fallen.

“I am grateful that the Home Secretary and Mayor are both determined to support the urgent reforms we need to deliver successful community crimefighting in today’s fast moving world. These reforms include our use of technology and data, our culture and our policing approach. We will fight crime with communities – not unilaterally dispense tactics.

“I also know that the majority of officers and staff retain an extraordinary sense of vocation and determination and want us to do better. It is my job to help them do that, whilst also being ruthless in removing those who are corrupting our integrity.

“We will deliver more trust, less crime and high standards for London and beyond and we will work with London’s diverse communities as we together renew the uniquely British invention of ‘policing by consent’.”

The date of Sir Mark’s first day in the role will be confirmed in due course.

The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said:

“The Home Secretary and I have agreed that Sir Mark Rowley is the best person to lead the Metropolitan Police as the new Commissioner at this extremely challenging time.

“A series of appalling scandals have not only exposed deep cultural problems within the Met, but have contributed to a crisis of confidence in London’s police service. Sir Mark has made clear to me that he is determined to be a reforming Commissioner, committed to implementing a robust plan to rebuild trust and confidence in the police and to drive through the urgent reforms and step change in culture and performance Londoners deserve. As Mayor, I will support and hold him to these promises as I continue to hold the Met to account.

“Sir Mark has demonstrated to me that he is the outstanding candidate for this role. He brings a wealth of great experience to the position, including exceptional leadership during the 2017 terror attacks and a genuine commitment to increasing engagement with diverse communities across our city. The experience he has gained outside policing over the last four years will also bring a valuable new perspective to the Met. Above all, he is committed to policing by consent and shares my ambition to get to a place where all Londoners feel protected and served, and where we have a police force that everyone – including the many brave and dedicated officers in our city – can be proud of.

“I look forward to supporting Sir Mark Rowley and working closely with the Home Secretary as we work to restore trust and confidence in the police, ensure that the Met gets the basics of policing right, and build on the significant success we have made in driving down violence and crime in our city.”

Acting Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service Sir Stephen House added:

“I would like to congratulate Sir Mark Rowley QPM on his appointment as Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis.

“Anyone who knows Sir Mark will be aware that he brings extensive policing experience from both inside and outside London, which I have no doubt will benefit London and Londoners.”

Biography of Sir Mark Rowley

Sir Mark Peter Rowley QPM was Chief Constable of Surrey Police for four years (2008-2011) before joining the Metropolitan Police Service in 2011. Sir Mark was a former Assistant Commissioner for Specialist Crime and Operations of the Metropolitan Police Service (2011- 2014), and then National Police Chiefs' Council Lead for Counter-Terrorism (2014- 2018). He was knighted in 2018 for his exceptional contribution to national security and national leadership at a time of unprecedented threat.

Sir Mark Rowley’s career in policing spans over 30 years, during which time he has transformed national security and policing. As Chief Constable, he lifted the public confidence levels in Surrey to the highest in the country. After joining the Metropolitan Police Service, Sir Mark transformed the approach to UK counter-terrorism and policing gangs, increasing community engagement and workforce diversity, leading the police response to the London terror attacks of 2017 and reducing shootings and murders in London to an all-time low. He also led reform in policing of public order, organised crime and fraud, launching the 200 strong Op Falcon team to combat the growth of online fraud and cybercrime.

Since leaving policing in 2018 he has worked in specialist security projects and on technology/data led transformation with ‘start-ups’ and the world’s largest professional services company. He has focused on: countering extremism and racism, online safety, institutional integrity and illicit finance.

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Post by Verdi 09.07.22 1:37

Re:  Sir Mark Rowley - Commisionaire of the Metropolitan Police Elect

Please please forgive and correct me if I'm wrong, do I remember a very recent email communication sent to the incumbent controller of Operation Grange (copied to  other important named factions), detailing specific anomalies relating to the Metropolitan police, task force Operation Grange's, curious approach to the Complete Mystery of Madeleine McCann?

A missive highlighting particular areas of interest, previously unrecognized, as regards a criminal police investigation - specifics of importance but dismissed by the world's finest .... the Metropolitan Police?  The force engaged to further probe the case of Madeleine McCann, following the planned effective disgrace of the original police investigation conducted by the Portuguese police?

A well respected force in the European court of policing?

Perhaps Sir Mark Rowley, newly appointed Commissionaire for the Metropolitan Police, should also be factored in.  I hate to see favouritism - it's his official right to be given the opportunity to defend the force and it's blatant disregard and failings in respect of the life and memory of a three year old child.

Do you have children Sir Rowley?  If so, what would you expect of the establishment to protect your child?

You can't hide from this one, you personally spoke out on more than one occasion -  now is the time to redress the balance, to put your acclaimed talents to the test.  If you need any assistance, your schedule being so demanded. we are here to help.  Something tells me CMOMM/MMRG know more about the detail of this case than you ever did - nor ever will if you don't expand your mind.

Do the right thing, that must be a pretty hefty wage you bank every month - put it to good use and start telling the truth, forget the greasy pole you climb, that only leads to the decent of a greased pig  ask Boris Johnson - he knows, he was there.

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Any further assistance, we as a collective are at your disposal - and I mean that most sincerely.

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Post by PeterMac 09.07.22 7:10

Re above,  Post 374.  email to DCI Mark Cranwell

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  • David.McLaren@met.police.uk;
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Peter
Many thanks for your e mail. I can confirm that we have received the material that you state has been sent into the Operation Grange Team. This material has been reviewed, considered, assessed and forms part of the wider material held by the team. As you will appreciate that I cannot respond or comment on the specifics of what you have provided or the evidential value they may have.
Once again thank you for sending us the material.
Have a good week.
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DCI Cranwell,
Thank you for your reply of 5 July 2022
It is reassuring that the clear evidence we have submitted has been professionally verified and developed by the team in the usual way, and not immediately dismissed, – or as the McCanns egregiously and publicly did, placed in boxes marked ‘Nutters’ or ‘Conspiracy theorists’ – merely because it challenges both the “Official Story” and what appears to be implied by Grange’s original terms of reference, namely that “Madeleine was abducted by a paedophile from apartment 5A between 9:18pm and 9:20pm on Thursday 3rd May 2007”.

As you are aware the former PJ SIO, DCI Gonçalo Amaral very quickly realised that there was no evidence to support that claim, and over the past 15 years none has emerged, even of abduction.
You may also be interested to know that he is now following the considerable body of evidence which points to a disappearance or death much earlier in the week.   [Personal Communication]

Accepting that the matter is still currently “under investigation”, once Grange is formally closed FOI requests should no longer be blocked on this basis, and strategic decisions in the Policy Log may be open to scrutiny – as they were to Sir Richard Henriques in his excoriating review of Operation Midland, which exposed some apparent parallels with Grange.

These may include but will not be confined to
  • whether Dr. Perlin’s offer at no cost of the “TrueAllele” system which has provided evidence to expose miscarriages of justice, were seriously considered
  • whether evidence of the weather conditions was checked and verified
  • whether the probable forgery of the “Pool Photo” – on which the ‘Official story’ and Grange’s terms of reference rely – was investigated 
  • whether the 13 separate alerts of the British dogs were summarily dismissed, and if so on what grounds
  • why and by whom the decision was made not to clarify details of the events by re-interviewing the principal witnesses


You will understand that there is still considerable worldwide interest in this case, and that many have followed it since the first day and are aware of many details.

AMENDED:   I understand that since our first email exchange the funding for Grange may have been further extended with the consequent effect on FOI requests.
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Post by sharonl 09.07.22 13:21

Isn't it funny how the cannot respond or comment on the material that Petermac has sent in yet what anything that claims an abduction, including nonsense from Jon Clarke, can be splattered all over the press.
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AMENDED: I understand that since our first email exchange the funding for Grange may have been further extended with the consequent effect on FOI requests.

I can't locate any confirmation of this. It was reported recently by Meteo and some obscure very badly translated report from another source but nothing official, nor can I locate detail of the claimed FOI. It seems a bit odd, unusual, for the story not to be reported by mass media. Much like Jon Clarke of the Olive Press, who recently reported an exclusive update about the German prisoner's extradition position - that wasn't reported by any other medium either. Maybe the clue is in the word 'EXCLUSIVE' whistling ?

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'May have been further extended'
..... it wouldn't be any surprise but the Home Office and Metropolitan Police are being very cagey about disclosing detail of their alleged ongoing investigation and it's funding. Since 2020 if I remember rightly.


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Post by CaKeLoveR 09.07.22 14:52

And this is a top cop. What hope do we have?
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Post by crusader 09.07.22 16:33

It won't be the police that solve it anyway, they have spent years and millions of pounds all to no avail.

It seems to the onlooker, well to me anyway, they are trying to bury it rather than solve it.
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Post by CaKeLoveR 09.07.22 16:44

Yes, I think so too. I wish a criminal, whether guilty or not, would quote this case when being investigated. 'Treat the burglary/carjacking/ shoplifting whatever, as if it happened to the McCann's. In other words, rule me out'.
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Post by Verdi 13.07.22 16:17

It's a toss up where to stick this but in lieu of eventual relegation to garbage this will be the temporary destination - because..

>> There, Rowley oversaw Scotland Yard’s investigation into the disappearance in Portugal of three-year-old Madeleine McCann, handling the knotty international policing and media issues with intelligence, diplomacy and sensitivity. In 2018, after an unsuccessful bid to be Commissioner, losing out to Dame Cressida Dick, he retired from the service.

>> Another retired officer who worked closely with Rowley says he built a reputation for getting things done and not wasting time: ‘He’s not interested in bureaucracy.’ So impatient was he for change that at times he would go ahead with a plan without bringing everyone with him or considering all the consequences.

I must have blinked.

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