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Letter sent today to the Prime Minister and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe suggesting Met Police enquiry into Maddie McCann mystery is not genuine

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Re: Letter sent today to the Prime Minister and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe suggesting Met Police enquiry into Maddie McCann mystery is not genuine

Post by Verdi on Fri Oct 28, 2016 3:41 pm

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@Get'emGonçalo wrote:

Here's the second 'go away' letter from the 'Pass the Parcel' team.
Rubber stamped - 'Office of Circumlocution'

Took their time didn't they?  A laborious letter like that must take some thought before putting finger to keyboard.

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Let's wait and see who the Home Office refer it to - Operation Grange or the filing cabinet or the nightwatchman or the rubbish bin?  waiting
No mention of Madeleine ? Just an acknowledgement of a letter.............
These are the "people" we are to trust to do right for the citizens of the UK, (debatable) they cannot even mention the "child's" name which millions of the general public are concerned about. 
Says it all in my opinion.
If you break that letter down for what it's worth (with a sledgehammer preferably  - that's all it's fit for), it goes way beyond dismissive and into the realms of personal insult..

"I am writing on behalf of the Prime Minister to thank you for your letter of...."

No you are not, you are churning out a standard letter comprised of selected paragraphs with names inserted for a personal touch.

"Mrs May very much appreciates the time you have taken to write to her"

How very rude of Misses May.  This is a very important document identifying extreme defeciences in government accountability and UK policing - it's not a bloody love letter.

"As the Home Office has responsibility for the matters you raise, I am forwarding your letter to them so they are aware of your views".

Aware of your views - how very condescending.  In other words don't expect a favourable response apart from a belated acknowledgement.

"Thank you once again for writing".

Why are you thanking someone for writing  a letter you have no intention of answering?

"Yours Sincerely.."

Shouldn't that be insincerely?

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Re: Letter sent today to the Prime Minister and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe suggesting Met Police enquiry into Maddie McCann mystery is not genuine

Post by BlueBag on Fri Oct 28, 2016 4:03 pm

"Mrs May very much appreciates the time you have taken to write to her"

Mrs May will have no idea you even wrote to her.

And neither will the Home Secretary when it arrives at her office.
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Post by jeanmonroe on Fri Oct 28, 2016 4:04 pm

SO 'presumeably' 'S Squiggle', Correspondence Officer, (give 'em a 'title' and 'name badge' they'll do 'anything' you 'ask') HAS actually 'read' the 'letter', for him/her to be able to 'ascertain' which particular Government 'office' has 'responsibility' for the 'matters you have raised'.

So, there's at least 'one' person at Downing Street that 'knows' there are 'questions' being asked about a child's 'disappearance' and the ongoing 'investigation' into that child's 'disappearance'.

I'd imagine that S Squiggle has told Downing Street 'colleagues'...........'I got this letter today addressed to the PM'

And the 'colleagues', i'd imagine, asked 'what was in it?, what was it about?'

Soooo, 'possibly' more than 'one' of the Downing Street personnel 'know' about the contents of the 'letter'.

From little 'acorns'..........




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Re: Letter sent today to the Prime Minister and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe suggesting Met Police enquiry into Maddie McCann mystery is not genuine

Post by jeanmonroe on Fri Oct 28, 2016 4:10 pm

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"Mrs May very much appreciates the time you have taken to write to her"

Mrs May will have no idea you even wrote to her.

And neither will the Home Secretary when it arrives at her office.

And 'you' know 'that'?

HOW?

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:19 pm



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Re: Letter sent today to the Prime Minister and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe suggesting Met Police enquiry into Maddie McCann mystery is not genuine

Post by BlueBag on Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:22 pm

@jeanmonroe wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:
"Mrs May very much appreciates the time you have taken to write to her"

Mrs May will have no idea you even wrote to her.

And neither will the Home Secretary when it arrives at her office.

And 'you' know 'that'?

HOW?
Because the PM gets thousands of letters a day and she has people to answer them for her.
She won't be bothered with letters from the public.
Good grief.
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Re: Letter sent today to the Prime Minister and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe suggesting Met Police enquiry into Maddie McCann mystery is not genuine

Post by Tony Bennett on Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:39 pm

@BlueBag wrote:
@jeanmonroe wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:
"Mrs May very much appreciates the time you have taken to write to her"
Mrs May will have no idea you even wrote to her.

And neither will the Home Secretary when it arrives at her office.
And 'you' know 'that'?

HOW?
Because the PM gets thousands of letters a day and she has people to answer them for her.
She won't be bothered with letters from the public.
But that wasn't really the main point of the letter.

The main point is that Jill has PUBLISHED It.

Many years hence, when the truth comes out about Operation Grange, there will be VISIBLE PROOF that those in charge of Operation Grange - and the Prime Minister of the day and her staff - were TOLD about the numerous facts in that letter that show that Operation Grange was a farcical, expensive charade from Day One.

And that they did NOTHING about it

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Re: Letter sent today to the Prime Minister and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe suggesting Met Police enquiry into Maddie McCann mystery is not genuine

Post by BlueBag on Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:51 pm

I get that.
But May won't have read it.
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Post by Tony Bennett on Thu Nov 10, 2016 2:17 pm

@BlueBag wrote:I get that.
But May won't have read it.
@ BlueBag

Theresa May knew all about this case, in detail, from when she first became Home Secretary over six years ago (May 2010). She will get regular secret service and MI5 intelligence briefings. Those will I suggest most definitely cover (a) Operation Grange and (b) any relevant updates about the state of public disquiet about the case.

All is OK for her and the government at the moment, as the public disquiet amounts to a handful of people discussing the case on the internet. 

That could change one day

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Letter to Prime Minister Theresa May.

Post by willowthewisp on Thu Nov 10, 2016 4:11 pm

Is this the Assistant Police commissioner Steve Rodhouse who has been reported to the IPCC by Sir Bernard Hogan Howe on how Operation Midland was handled,investigated,now dealing with Operation Grange letters?

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Re: Letter sent today to the Prime Minister and Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe suggesting Met Police enquiry into Maddie McCann mystery is not genuine

Post by Verdi on Thu Nov 10, 2016 10:49 pm

So is this the real reason for the unjustified continuation of Operation Grange - to stop beastly people asking bloody awkward questions?

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Post by willowthewisp on Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:40 pm

@Verdi wrote:
So is this the real reason for the unjustified continuation of Operation Grange - to stop beastly people asking bloody awkward questions?

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Hi Verdi,
Wasn't it Assistant Police Commissioner Steve Rodhouse who had believed"Nick's"contributions to Operation Midland and was hauled in front of Keith Vaz and his committee,where they savaged his report,which then led to Sir Bernard Hogan Howe being called before the same Committee at a later date?
Keith Vaz,deceased Lord Janner and Lord Janner's family calling for Nick to be charged with,"Perverting the Course of Justice" on evidence submitted to the Metropolitan Police Service on Operation Midland,Kettle calling the Pot Black?
Keith Vaz resigns from Home Affairs Committee over allegations of Drugs and Male Prostitutes(Call me Jim),then the Conservatives put forward Keith Vaz to serve on the"Justice Committee"deciding on Legal aspects of Government and the Public are asked to "Trust"our Politicians,Yeah Right!?
Another disturbing point to note is how or Why did"Police Officers"assist "Nick"to fill in Criminal Injuries Forms as part of his initial Evidence to Operation Midland,or did Nick have to have submitted a "Claim for Injuries"as part of the process to substantiate his Claim of Offences Committed upon him?
"Nick" first spoke about the abuses in 2012 and the Forms were submitted in 2014 as part of his claim?
Surely Nick should have sought out his"Legal Right to compensation"through a Solicitor or Law Firm upon it having to have been proved that,Crimes had been Committed as part of any claim,not by Police Officers who are supposed to be"Independent"?
Is this helpful assistance in Form filling applicable to the public by all UK Police Forces or only available by or to the"Metropolitan Police Service"?

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