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Re: Scotland Yard to Make announcement about Madeleine Mc Cann

Post by ChippyM on 25.04.17 21:23

@BlueBag wrote:Ã
He described the possibility of a " burglary gone wrong" as a " sensible​ hypothesis​ " 


I am tired of the BS.

Really tired.

This all Alice Through The Looking Glass.

yes, it is like a tireless onslaught of bulls**t.
 
The Daily Mail are saying Mark Rowley said the parents were 'not behind the disappearance', when that is not in the statement at all!

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Re: Scotland Yard to Make announcement about Madeleine Mc Cann

Post by Doug D on 25.04.17 21:24

Official Met Police release:
 
http://news.met.police.uk/blog_posts/ac-mark-rowley-reflects-on-the-tenth-anniversary-of-the-disappearance-of-madeleine-mccann-56775
 
 
AC Mark Rowley reflects on the tenth anniversary of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann


As an investigation team we are only too aware of the significance of dates and anniversaries. Whatever the inquiry, we want to get answers for everyone involved.


The disappearance of Madeleine McCann is no different in that respect but of course the circumstances and the huge public interest, make this a unique case for us as police officers to deal with. In a missing child inquiry every day is agony and an anniversary brings this into sharp focus. Our thoughts are with Madeleine's family at this time - as it is with any family in a missing person’s inquiry - and that drives our commitment to do everything we can for her.


On 3rd May 2017, it will be 10 years since Madeleine vanished from her apartment in Praia Da Luz, a small town on the Algarve. In the immediate hours following her disappearance, an extensive search commenced involving the local police, community and tourists. This led to an investigation that has involved police services across Europe and beyond, experts in many fields, the world’s media and the public, which continues to this day. The image of Madeleine remains instantly recognisable in many countries across the world.


The Met’s dedicated team of four detectives, continues to work closely on the outstanding enquiries along with colleagues of the Portuguese Policia Judiciária. Our relationship with the Policia Judiciária is good. We continue to work together and this is helping us to move forward the investigation.


We don't have evidence telling us if Madeleine is alive or dead. It is a missing person’s inquiry but as a team we are realistic about what we might be dealing with - especially as months turn to years.


Now is a time we can reflect on an investigation which captured an unprecedented amount of media coverage and interest. The enormity of scale and the complexity of such a case brings along its own challenges, not least learning to work with colleagues who operate under a very different legal system. The inquiry has been, and continues to be helped and supported by many organisations and individuals. We acknowledge the difference these contributions have made to the investigation and would like it known that we appreciate all the support we have and continue to receive. 


Since the Met was instructed by the Home Office to review the case in 2011, we have reviewed all the material gathered from multiple sources since 2007. This amounted to over 40,000 documents out of which thousands of enquiries were generated. We continue to receive information on a daily basis, all of which is assessed and actioned for enquiries to be conducted.


We have appealed on four BBC Crimewatch programmes since April 2012. This included an age progression image which resulted in hundreds of calls about alleged sightings of Madeleine; an appeal for the identity of possibly relevant individuals through description or Efit; and information sought relating to suspicious behaviour or offences of burglary. These programmes collectively produced a fantastic response from the public. The thousands of calls and information enabled detectives to progress a number of enquiries. This was in addition to over 3,000 holiday photographs from the public in response to an earlier appeal.
 
The team has looked at in excess of 600 individuals who were identified as being potentially significant to the disappearance. In 2013 the team identified four individuals they declared to be suspects in the case. This led to interviews at a police station in Faro facilitated by the local Policia Judiciária and the search of a large area of wasteland which is close to Madeleine's apartment in Praia Da Luz. The enquiries did not find any evidence to further implicate the individuals in the disappearance and so they are no longer subject of further investigation. 


We will not comment on other parts of our investigation - it does not help the teams investigating to give a commentary on those aspects. I am pleased to say that our relationship with the Portuguese investigators is better than ever and this is paying dividends in the progress all of us are making.


We are often asked about funding and you can see that we are now a much smaller team. We know we have the funding to look at the focused enquiry we are pursuing. 
Of course we always want information and we can't rule out making new appeals if that is required. However, right now, new appeals or prompts to the public are not in the interest of what we are trying to achieve.
 
As detectives, we will always be extremely disappointed when we are unable to provide an explanation of what happened. However the work carried out by Portuguese and Met officers in reviewing material and reopening the investigation has been successful in taking a number of lines of interest to their conclusion. That work has provided important answers.


Right now we are committed to taking the current inquiry as far as we possibly can and we are confident that will happen. Ultimately this, and the previous work, gives all of us the very best chance of getting the answers – although we must, of course, remember that no investigation can guarantee to provide a definitive conclusion.


However the Met, jointly with colleagues from the Policia Judiciária continue the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann with focus and determination.

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Post by coati mundi on 25.04.17 21:38

So, in effect, they have said "we really know sweet FA."

But they have come up with an explanation for spending all that money - they had to read lots of documents! Oh, and they have interviewed hundreds of witnesses? Really?

I just love the bit about her not being able to go off and start a life of her own. Priceless! Did somebody really say that?

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Re: Scotland Yard to Make announcement about Madeleine Mc Cann

Post by hogwash on 25.04.17 21:48

I find it quite educational, watching a cover-up being carried out before our very eyes.

I always wondered how they did it.

But to do it in the age of the internet is pretty brave.

If they can cover up the death of a three-year-old girl then they're capable of anything.

How the Police expect anyone to trust them is anyone's guess.

EastEnders couldn't have written a better script.

Princess Diana
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Three-year-old Madeleine McCann....

Common denominator: Clarence Mitchell?
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Post by worriedmum on 25.04.17 22:03

''We don't have evidence telling us if Madeleine is alive or dead. It is a missing person’s inquiry but as a team we are realistic about what we might be dealing with - especially as months turn to years.''


Eddie, Keela and Martin Grime. FSS.  Are we living in a parallel universe?
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Re: Scotland Yard to Make announcement about Madeleine Mc Cann

Post by Keitei on 25.04.17 22:06

OPERATION GRANGE.  STATEMENT FROM Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley

http://video.dailymail.co.uk/video/mol/2017/04/25/253399213124308101/640x360_MP4_253399213124308101.mp4

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Re: Scotland Yard to Make announcement about Madeleine Mc Cann

Post by ChippyM on 25.04.17 22:20

@worriedmum wrote:''We don't have evidence telling us if Madeleine is alive or dead. It is a missing person’s inquiry but as a team we are realistic about what we might be dealing with - especially as months turn to years.''


Eddie, Keela and Martin Grime. FSS.  Are we living in a parallel universe?

Quite unlike the Claudia Lawrence case then, which police have treated as a murder when she too vanished.

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Re: Scotland Yard to Make announcement about Madeleine Mc Cann

Post by Doug D on 25.04.17 22:46

It’s ok, good ol’ Tracey spells it out for us.
 
As Rowley says on the video clip (but not in the written statement) “We've achieved a complete understanding of it all” but what he omits to say is ‘but based on the OG remit we still haven’t got an effing clue!’


We also get the 'September is d-day' definitive from Trace. Wonder where she made this one up from.
 
More money in the Kandohla coffers for this I suppose:          
 
           
MADDIE BREAKTHROUGH 
Top Brit cop hunting for Madeleine McCann says he is following up ‘critical leads’ on 10th anniversary of tot’s disappearance
Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said there are "significant investigative avenues" that are of "great interest"
By Tracey Kandohla and Lauren Fruen
25th April 2017, 9:00 pm
 
Updated: 25th April 2017, 10:10 pm
 
THE top British detective hunting for Madeleine McCann has revealed he is following up “critical” leads on the tenth anniversary of the tot’s disappearance.
Speaking ahead of the 10-year anniversary Met Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said they are following up “significant” leads.
Asked if police were any closer to solving the case than they were six years ago when the UK investigation was launched, Mr Rowley said: “I know we have a significant line of inquiry which is worth pursuing, and because it’s worth pursuing it could provide an answer, but until we’ve gone through it I won’t know whether we are going to get there or not.
“Ourselves and the Portuguese are doing a critical piece of work and we don’t want to spoil it by putting titbits of information out publicly.”
He declined to expand on the nature of the working theories or reveal whether any suspects were currently being considered, saying that disclosing further detail would not help the investigation.
Mr Rowley said: “We’ve got some critical lines of inquiry, those link to particular hypotheses, but I’m not going to discuss those because those are very much live investigation.
“We’ve got some thoughts on what we think the most likely explanations might be and we are pursuing those.”
He described the possibility of a “burglary gone wrong” as a “sensible hypothesis” which has not been “entirely ruled out”.
The Scotland Yard chief admits there is still a “lot unknown” about the case after nearly 10 years and fear they may never solve it.
Mr Rowley said his diminished team of officers were “hurting” because they can’t guarantee finding the answer to end Maddie’s parents’ nightmare.
He said: “I so wish I could say we will definitely solve it but a small number of cases sadly don’t get solved.
“I just can’t quite guarantee it. It always hurts that you can’t guarantee success but we will do everything we reasonably can do to try and get there.”
The senior officer constantly tries to buoy up desperate Kate and Gerry McCann by telling them: “We will do everything reasonably possible to try and find an answer.”
Mr Rowley said: “All the different hypotheses have to remain open and we’ve got some thoughts on what we think the most likely explanations might be.”
They include that Maddie fell prey to a sex fiend or become the victim of a “burglary gone wrong.”
One thing, for certain, he said is that the three-year-old did NOT simply wander out of the Portuguese holiday apartment on her own accord as some criminal experts have suggested.
Mr Rowley said there was “no definitive evidence” proving Maddie – who would now be aged 13 – is alive or dead.
He said that however Maddie left the Praia da Luz flat in May 2007 while her parents were dining nearby with pals, it was an abduction.
He added: “She wasn’t old enough to make a decision to set off and start her own life.”
Mr Rowley said Operation Grange – the investigation set up on the orders of former Prime Minister David Cameron six years ago – was “a missing people inquiry” and not a murder inquiry.
He said: “We understand why, after this many years, people will be pessimistic, but it’s important we keep an open mind.
“We’ve got some thoughts on what we think the most likely explanations might be and we are pursuing those.”
Ex GP Kate, 49, and heart doctor Gerry, 48, today described their “decade of pain” in a posting on the Find Maddie website, saying: “Thankfully there is an active police investigation to try and find Madeleine and bring her abductor to justice. There are no new appeals that the police wish to make at this moment in time.”
The couple from Rothley, Leics, have vowed never to give up searching for their eldest child.
Mr Rowley said the team had not “entirely ruled out” that possibility of “a burglary gone wrong” saying it’s a “sensible hypothesis.”
Maddie, who had been left alone with her younger twin siblings Sean and Amelie, could also have been snatched by a paedophile – “one key line of inquiry.”
Refusing to go into detail, the officer said they had a “significant line of inquiry worth pursuing” which could “provide an answer.”
But he admitted it was painfully slow going, saying: “We don’t know whether we’re going to get there or not.”
Four un-named suspects identified in 2013 and among 600 people of interest to the investigation were ruled out after extensive interviews and searches.
But Mr Rowley remains confident that “significant investigative avenues” are still of “great interest” to his force and the Portuguese police, who are assisting them.
Since May 2011 detectives have sifted through a huge pile of 40,000 documents in the near £12 million inquiry paid for by the taxpayer through Home Office funding – and which has previously been blasted for being “a ridiculous waste of public money” by watchdog The Metropolitan Police Authority.
The team, which has been cut from 30 officers at the peak to now just four, continue to receive information each day and occasionally some extra useful nuggets.
Last month they received an extra £85,000 funding to continue until September at which point the inquiry is set to be shelved.
Despite failing to unearth any significant clues leading to Maddie’s whereabouts, Mr Rowley insists they have achieved “an awful lot.”
He said: “I think people get seduced perhaps by what they see in TV dramas where the most complex cases are solved in 30 minutes or 60 minutes. What we started with here was something extraordinary.
“We've achieved a complete understanding of it all. We've sifted out many of the potential suspects, many of the people of interest and where we are today is with a much smaller team focused on a small number of remaining critical lines of inquiry that we think are significant.”
He defended the vast amount the controversial hunt has cost, saying: “Big cases can take a lot of resources and a lot of time. We've tried to be careful about public money and as we've started with that massive sifting we've reduced the number of resources and the funding's reduced accordingly.”
He continued: “But we will stick with it as long as the funding's available and as long as there are sensible lines of inquiry to pursue.”
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3413042/madeleine-mccann-british-detective-leads/

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Re: Scotland Yard to Make announcement about Madeleine Mc Cann

Post by JulieC on 25.04.17 22:53

It's all just too sickening for words.
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Post by Doug D on 25.04.17 23:15

Again not in the written statement, just in the video clip for some reason:
 
‘Firstly, the parents involvement. That was dealt with at the time, the original investigation, by the Portuguese, all the material, we’re happy that’s completely dealt with, and there’s no reason whatsoever to reopen that or to start rumours that that’s a line of investigation, ……..’
 
so confirming absolutely that  OG was working to a restricted remit and not taking everything back to square one.
 
Also seemingly very much at odds with the recent Portuguese Supreme Court ruling in the Amaral case where it was made abundantly clear that the McCanns were never cleared based on the archiving:


(2. The Supreme Court stated, in its ruling, that the above is no argument because the McCanns were not considered innocent by the investigation and the case was archived because not enough evidence was found to charge them.)


If we had a MSM with any balls, Rowley could be in for some serious hammer tomorrow, but as we all know he won't be.


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Amaral on Portuguese TV Monday night apparently. Could be interesting.

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Post by Verdi on 25.04.17 23:36

@Doug D wrote:From Paul Rees on 'Controversy' site:

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Well of course Poulton would be in the know - she goes cheek by jowl with LBC.

Yawn!

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Re: Scotland Yard to Make announcement about Madeleine Mc Cann

Post by Verdi on 25.04.17 23:42

Cut to the chase - there is no Metropolitan Police update.  

A blog post by Mark 'roll over' Rowley does not constitute an official statement - not now not ever.

Move on..

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Post by Verdi on 25.04.17 23:47

The McCann defence league has been doing this for the past ten years.  They whip-up a frenzy of anticipation and then sit back and watch the fall-out - it works every time. 

If only the public could see they are being duped.

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Scotland Yard to make an announcement.

Post by willowthewisp on 26.04.17 0:18

First and foremost Mr Mark Rowley,you have a duty of Care to properly investigate a Criminal offence against a person,in this case Mark,a missing Three year old child at the time of her disappearance named Madeleine McCann. 
This is the person you owe the duty of care to not to provide an answer to the parents?
The same Parents who for years have stated,they were in No Rush to have the Case Re-Opened?
Let us hope that Mr Mark Rowely reconsider his position as an Assistant Commander in the Metropolitan Police Service in light of this Statement?
Let us hope that Prime Minister Theresa May be questioned as to how the Operation Grange Remit-Abduction and DCS Andy Redwood,explain what"Back to Square one"is,but choose to ignore the evidence of Martin Grimes Police Dogs,Eddie,Keela,FSS results?
When Mark Rowley gave this performance,(MR)thought he was Auditioning for the new Statue outside of Belgravia Police Station,the Laughing Policeman From Blackpool,as surely now they are going on Britain's Got Talent,Keystone Cops,what an embarrassment to Honest serving Police officers!!?

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Post by justagrannynow on 26.04.17 7:31

@Doug D wrote:Again not in the written statement, just in the video clip for some reason:
 
‘Firstly, the parents involvement. That was dealt with at the time, the original investigation, by the Portuguese, all the material, we’re happy that’s completely dealt with, and there’s no reason whatsoever to reopen that or to start rumours that that’s a line of investigation, ……..’
 
so confirming absolutely that  OG was working to a restricted remit and not taking everything back to square one.
 
Also seemingly very much at odds with the recent Portuguese Supreme Court ruling in the Amaral case where it was made abundantly clear that the McCanns were never cleared based on the archiving:


(2. The Supreme Court stated, in its ruling, that the above is no argument because the McCanns were not considered innocent by the investigation and the case was archived because not enough evidence was found to charge them.)


If we had a MSM with any balls, Rowley could be in for some serious hammer tomorrow, but as we all know he won't be.


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Very true. If there is ever going to be a breakthrough in this case, it won't come from the British establishment. I am just hoping that if the Portuguese Police Files are released for public viewing, an already increasingly sceptical public will apply pressure on the UK authorities.
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Post by BlueBag on 26.04.17 8:03

@Doug D wrote:Again not in the written statement, just in the video clip for some reason:
 
‘Firstly, the parents involvement. That was dealt with at the time, the original investigation, by the Portuguese, all the material, we’re happy that’s completely dealt with, and there’s no reason whatsoever to reopen that or to start rumours that that’s a line of investigation, ……..’
This is so completely mind-blowingly outrageous.

I want to scream.

This is cover-up.

Pure and simple.
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Post by pennylane on 26.04.17 8:16

@BlueBag wrote:
@Doug D wrote:Again not in the written statement, just in the video clip for some reason:
 
‘Firstly, the parents involvement. That was dealt with at the time, the original investigation, by the Portuguese, all the material, we’re happy that’s completely dealt with, and there’s no reason whatsoever to reopen that or to start rumours that that’s a line of investigation, ……..’
This is so completely mind-blowingly outrageous.

I want to scream.

This is cover-up.

Pure and simple.
I share your feelings BlueBag!

However, I believe the Met will continue to fail in their endeavor to whitewash this crime, and Goncalo Amaral will ultimately have the last and only convincing word.

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Post by BlueBag on 26.04.17 8:26

Somebody... SOMEBODY.... has to challenge Rowley over that blatantly false claim about the parents involvement has been dealt with.

The parents have not been cleared... that is a Portuguese legal FACT.

Is there any way for the public to hold him to account?

Police complaints?
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Post by justagrannynow on 26.04.17 8:33

Three articles about the McCann case in today's Daly Mail. One of them has a video of the Mark Rowley interview but my nerves wouldn't cope with listening to it. I did read the article though and this is a quote 

   " He also ruled out that Madeleine's parents Gerry and Kate McCann were involved in her abduction and said she could still be alive."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4444528/Significant-line-inquiry-Madeleine-McCann-case.html#ixzz4fKyPmAhi 
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Given that there is no evidence of an abduction, could this be sloppy speaking or something else ? He could have said disappearance if he had wished to be accurate.
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Post by BlueBag on 26.04.17 8:34

A met Police email is here:

http://www.ceoemail.com/s.php?id=ceo-121241

patricia.gallen@met.police.uk


I assume Mark Rowley will have a similar email?
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Post by BlueBag on 26.04.17 8:39

@justagrannynow wrote:Three articles about the McCann case in today's Daly Mail. One of them has a video of the Mark Rowley interview but my nerves wouldn't cope with listening to it. I did read the article though and this is a quote 

   " He also ruled out that Madeleine's parents Gerry and Kate McCann were involved in her abduction and said she could still be alive."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4444528/Significant-line-inquiry-Madeleine-McCann-case.html#ixzz4fKyPmAhi 
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Given that there is no evidence of an abduction, could this be sloppy speaking or something else ? He could have said disappearance if he had wished to be accurate.
If you look at the comments they are critical of the expense and also the parents leaving the kids alone.

However there is a dog that is not barking.

(Two actually).

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Post by nomendelta on 26.04.17 8:54

When I went to bed last night the headline on the Sky News page was about SY ruling out their 4 main suspects...overnight that has been whoosh/clunked and replaced by a headline emphasising their pursuit of a "significant" lead. 

I personally feel that is very clearly because the previous headline is negative - it could lead people to think "oh well, if they've ruled out the 4 people they suspected who does that leave...?" whereas the more positive headline this morning is much friendlier to the McCann publicty machine.

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Post by Mirage on 26.04.17 8:58

Extract from "J'accuse", an open letter to the President of France 1898 from Émile Zola revealing the state cover-up of the guilt of Esterházy in the Dreyfus affair ...

"I repeat with the most vehement conviction: truth is on the march, and nothing will stop it. Today is only the beginning, for it is only today that the positions have become clear: on one side, those who are guilty, who do not want the light to shine forth, on the other, those who seek justice and who will give their lives to attain it. I said it before and I repeat it now: when truth is buried underground, it grows and it builds up so much force that the day it explodes it blasts everything with it. We shall see whether we have been setting ourselves up for the most resounding of disasters, yet to come."
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Of course, the truth broke through as it always does. And when it did it left an indelible stain on all who colluded in the cover up and upon France itself.

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Post by pennylane on 26.04.17 9:09

@Mirage wrote:Extract from "J'accuse", an open letter to the President of France 1898 from Émile Zola revealing the state cover-up of the guilt of Esterházy in the Dreyfus affair ...

"I repeat with the most vehement conviction: truth is on the march, and nothing will stop it. Today is only the beginning, for it is only today that the positions have become clear: on one side, those who are guilty, who do not want the light to shine forth, on the other, those who seek justice and who will give their lives to attain it. I said it before and I repeat it now: when truth is buried underground, it grows and it builds up so much force that the day it explodes it blasts everything with it. We shall see whether we have been setting ourselves up for the most resounding of disasters, yet to come."
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Of course, the truth broke through as it always does. And when it did it left an indelible stain on all who colluded in the cover up and upon France itself.

Yes the truth will keep marching on, and trample right over Operation Grange's pathetic attempt to rewrite history!

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 26.04.17 9:16

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3415177/madeleine-mccann-disappearance-suspects-police/
Cops rule out four prime suspects and say they have no reason to investigate the McCanns over Maddie's disappearance
www.thesun.co.uk
THE only four official suspects in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have now been ruled out, police have revealed. Speaking ahead of the 10-year anniversary top British cop Mark Rowley confirm…



Yellow and Black3 minutes ago

You have to hand it to the McCann's as they have kept up the act of complete innocence for ten years without missing a beat. That has taken a bit of doing. One day we will know what happened
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Rosey May1 minute ago

Maybe they have a gun pointing at their heads too. This sad situation goes higher in authority. What's that little saying OH yea "HERE PIGGY PIGGY"
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Rosey May7 minutes ago

The police are at best pathetic these two parasites are killer's. The police are protecting them they're pooing their pants because the truth will eventually come out but not before they've destroyed people's lives who get too close to finding the truth.
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Paul Andrews10 minutes ago

Guilty as sin in my view! If the British police won't question them then they have got away with it, disgusting!

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gamebird justsayin'1 hour ago

There are many reason's the question the parent's, over £11 million's worth. Either question them or close the case completely. The police have achieved absolutely nothing, that money would have been used better on the NHS or school's funding.
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chiangmai11 hour ago

Please keep giving we are innocent really and we need another holiday.maybe a world cruise this time.honest we did nothing wrong
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Bea Smith2 hours ago

So the cops think the parents are innocent eh? Well britain does not!
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Areyouthere1 hour ago

Speak for yourself ,not me.
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Rosey May6 minutes ago

They killed their little girl they are sub humans
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PAUL ARCHER1 hour ago


@Bea Smith


A lot of Cops think they are covering up the truth.
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Matt mould3 hours ago

Poor child disgusting parents. How can you choose booze over your own children.
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Larry Palmer3 hours ago

If you are a detective, how do you keep your clients paying you? You tell them, periodically that there are " new " leads. The funds for Maddie, are for finding her, not to fund her parents lifestyle, or to fund there legal fees, and court costs. From the first time i saw the parents on the news, i thought there was something wrong. Nothing has changed my thoughts. This pair are leeching from the kindness of well wishers, and their donations. Because there is little evidence against them, does not mean they are not guilty.

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Walter Oldfartknocker3 hours ago


There are no leads, there have been no leads for over 6 years now. This case is closed, because the police refuse to question the two remaining suspects.


When will these two leave the limelight and get on with their lives? 


I find it personally offensive that these two are hogging the headlines now for the past 2 months straight, and are always seeking newspaper headlines. That is the not the behaviour of two innocent people. 
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PAUL ARCHER5 hours ago


The reality is, the Mccann's lost in the Portuguese Court cases, and it was said in the judgement that the Mccann's hadn't been rules out of involvement in their daughter's disappearance.


Rowley's speech was a whitewash.


SY have no idea what happened, and are clearly protecting the Mccann'supporters. 


It is also a poor attempt to justify wasting millions on a failed investigation.
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Rosey May3 minutes ago

The police are covering their backs. Maybe some high up the chain parasite doesn't want to be found out too
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Tom Slekn7 hours ago

lies
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Walter Oldfartknocker3 hours ago

@Tom Slekn They have never acted like innocent people. 
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