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If Eddie and Keela's findings aren't used as evidence, does that mean they aren't correct?

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If Eddie and Keela's findings aren't used as evidence, does that mean they aren't correct?

Post by worriedmum on 03.01.16 17:42

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3EHJjpXii9o

This video shows the British trained police dogs Eddie and Keela reacting to the scent of blood and cadaver odour. The fact that the dogs reacted to items and places connected to the McCanns contributed to the Portuguese police's decision to  make the McCanns arguidos. For reasons unknown , the British police do not appear to have acted on this information in their current investigation .

My question is, if Eddie and Keela's findings have been DISMISSED by the British police, then how many other convictions made on the basis of their findings have since been challenged? And if not, WHY NOT?
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 03.01.16 17:45

Were their names McCann?
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Post by sharonl on 03.01.16 19:48

What we must remember here  is that:

Operation Grange was (reluctantly) set up at the request of Rebekah Brooks who "persuaded" David Cameron to do so (or in truth, blackmailed David Cameron and Theresa May with a series of front page news reports exposing them for whatever information she had on them if they failed to do so).

Was set up to assist the McCanns and to help the family (according to Cameron)

Was to be run as if the "ABDUCTION" had taken place in the UK

David Cameron, in a letter to the Madeleine Foundation, finished with - "we hope that Madeleine is found soon"

The Met claim that this is a Portuguese case and that they are only assisting the Portuguese Police

The only people to have benefitted from this over expensive review are the news papers who have sold the most ridiculous stories and the McCanns who have managed to keep the "Madeleine disappeared from her bed on May 3rd 2007 whilst her parents ate at the local tapas bar" story.

Whatever this review is, it seems that the evidence and the truth are completely irrelevant.

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 03.01.16 19:50

Order the Home Office to publish a report on the Madeleine McCann inquiry

Enquiries by British (and Portuguese) police forces have cost around £15 million in 8 years. The public is now entitled to a full report on how that has been spent. The report should cover the role of the government, the security services & UK police forces.

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/108562  yes
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