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An Open Letter to Operation Grange

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An Open Letter to Operation Grange

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 08.10.17 12:17

John Coxon, former Met Police, on Facebook[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

I wish to register a formal complaint in regard to Operation Grange , the so called Met Police search for Madeleine McCann.

I do so on the following grounds.

1/ It has blatantly and inexplicably failed to look at the parents and accompanying party as suspects in the investigation.

This is in complete disregard to the findings in the original Portuguese investigation.

Namely

A/ multiple and significant discrepancies in their accounts

B/ deletion of mobile phone data and obstruction of evidence

C/ multiple indications by forensic cadaver and blood dogs in their apartment on Kate McCann's clothing , the child's toy and on a vehicle they hired 3 weeks after her disappearance.Also a close DNA match found in the boot of the same vehicle.

D/ An eye witness account naming Gerry McCann as the so called prime suspect, Smith man.

E/ The McCanns refusal to cooperate , answer questions and take part in a reconstruction which shelved the original enquiry

F/ Allegations from two healthcare professionals that at least one of the party , doctor David Payne is a paedophile.

They were made suspects for all these perfectly valid reasons , it is apparent that Operation Grange has failed to address a single one of them. The Portuguese closing report does not exonerate them at all , I presume during the 5 years of its existence Grange was aware of these matters , yet has acted as if none of this ever happened.

More specifically , Met police chief Hogan Howe has on at least one occasion claimed the McCanns have been " ruled out" , firstly , this is at complete odds with Granges opening statement which claims " treat the abduction as if it happened yesterday" clearly implying they were totally off the table from the start , secondly it is simply impossible as there is no independent evidence that exonerates them and if there was the McCanns publicity machine would be screaming it from the roof tops.

2/ It is apparent lines of enquiry have been leaked to the media. If this were the case and a live child were being held captive , it would clearly endanger that individuals life, obviously a totally unacceptable situation. Furthermore these leaks have frequently coincided with an ongoing civil case the McCanns are fighting in Portugal , too frequently for comfort.

3/ This failure to investigate properly has boosted the McCanns public profile, helped promote KMs book sales and enabled them to take on further projects. Do you believe , for instance KM would have been made an ambassador for a charity had the Met asked her the same 48 questions she refused to answer in Portugal? I doubt it.

4/ Grange has wasted huge amounts of public money and police time chasing shadows in Portugal which its legal advisors must surely have told them were not viable lines of enquiry. In other words it has done a lot of work and spent a lot of money for the sake of doing it , no other credible reason.

The conclusions here are blatantly obvious.

Operation Grange is a whitewash - a vast PR exercise to promote an abduction scenario that not one shred of evidence exists to support ever even happened.

The implications are equally obvious .

A/ It obstructs the real police investigation going on
in Portugal

B/ It potentially supports a criminal fraud of huge proportions the McCanns ongoing business.

C/ It undermines the entire credibility of the whole Metropolitan Police Service ( as if it needed any further help)

D/ It threatens the credibility of the entire UK criminal justice system.
In summary Grange is simply corrupt , it has misappropriated huge amounts of public money , it potentially lets child murderers walk free, it is beyond a disgrace, it is worthy of extensive investigation in itself , that day can't come soon enough.
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Re: An Open Letter to Operation Grange

Post by plebgate on 08.10.17 14:03

Let's see if there will be a reaction to this open letter from TPTB given that it is from a former Met Police officer who understands how an investigation should be carried out.   I doubt it but he deserves a clapping for having the guts to put in writing what many have said and believe should happen.

Not forgetting Peter M's(former police superintendent) brilliant efforts for many years.

Turning a blind eye and deaf ears is certainly making people very, very angry.

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Re: An Open Letter to Operation Grange

Post by BlueBag on 08.10.17 15:29

Er... that is an outstanding open letter. 

Will OG respond?

This letter should be spread far and wide.

As a taxpayer I resent £12 million being spent and no apparent accountability.
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An Open Letter to Operation Grange.

Post by willowthewisp on 08.10.17 17:38

Thank you Mr John Coxon for sending this letter to Operation Grange,let us hope that it isn't simply shifted to the bottom of an ever growing amount of complaints to this fiasco, it appears as though AC Mark Rowley simply cannot see what problems are amassing in Operation Grange or developing Ostrich coping methods?

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Re: An Open Letter to Operation Grange

Post by Baronstu on 09.10.17 21:13

I, along with many others. am absolutely fuming at the amount of money being spent on this total farce. To justify this amount of money on this investigation, the first thing that should of been done was interviews of all the main players. The Met Police Farce should of insisted that Kate answer all of the questions she refused to answer that the PJ asked. But, as the late, great Freddie Mercury said, "The show must go on".

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Post by MayMuse on 10.10.17 0:37

No the show must not go on.... it's becoming tedious and so very predictable and it's shameful ...all my own personal beliefs of course.

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Re: An Open Letter to Operation Grange

Post by Verdi on 10.10.17 1:53

Admirable sentiments but fortunately only an open letter so it doesn't signify.  I can only say, if you're going to put yourself up front as a lone crusader for the cause, it's essential that any communication is based entirely on fact - not hearsay, speculation, theorizing or pontificating.  Otherwise it only makes the situation easier for the establishment to dismiss and destined for the trash can.
 
Would you ask Ena Sharples to debate the big bang theory at the Oxford Union?  Or an insignificant internet blogger to debate the dangers of cyber trolling in the press with any expectations of success?  I think the answer to that is an emphatic no!

Public opinion hovers around zero where the establishment is concerned.  The populace can stampede, rant, rave, opinionate, complain, whinge, throw rotten cabbages - it makes not one iota of difference.  If the establishment have reason to hoodwink the public they will so do - nothing will ever change that simple fact of life.  The internet is but the contemporary equivalent of the medieval baying mob - rabble-rousers with a voice but no one is listening.

Even to expect Operation Grange to demand Kate McCann answer the 48 questions posed by the PJ, is utterly ridiculous.  Kate McCann was protected by arguido status and was thus quite within her rights to refuse to answer questions.  Why is another matter but it makes no difference to her legal right.

CMoMM has submitted numerous requests to the establishment for answers to questions far more probing and well constructed  than this open letter - all fallen on deaf ears.  Not saying one shouldn't continue to bombard the authorities with demands for answers but am saying don't expect answers because you ain't going to get them.

However, it's good for them to know that we're never ever going away.

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Re: An Open Letter to Operation Grange

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Re: An Open Letter to Operation Grange

Post by Verdi on 10.10.17 12:19

^^^ How very profound - touché thumbsup !

I only say that when publishing anything/anywhere relating to the case of missing Madeleine McCann, it's essential to stick to facts and not stray off into the twilight zone.  By publishing speculation, theory, personal opinion etc, it can only make it easier for the government and it's elected representatives to dismiss all independent work as rubbish, not worthy of attention.

I seriously believe that the Met Police have their rear quarters well and truly cushioned.  The investigation into Madeleine McCann's disappearance is essentially under the jurisdiction of the Portuguese authorities, they had/have/will always have primacy - not the UK.  The UK have only arrogantly taken on what appears to be a leading role to protect the McCanns and their group of friends from prosecution by the Portuguese - and that's where it was heading in August/September 2007, when the McCanns made a rather hasty departure.

The Met Police are fully aware of their restrictions, even Hogan-Howe admitted as much during an interview in April last year..



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"Essentially it's a Portuguese inquiry...." -  Sir Bernard Hogan Howe [circa. April 2016]

That, it my opinion, will always be Operation Grange's escape route.  They aren't required to follow policing protocol per se as this case is Portuguese territory.  They aren't required to follow the PJ's line of enquiry - they are only there to assist the Portuguese.  They, the Met Police, can (and do) use the Portuguese to their advantage.  They can fiddle about with facts and figures to their hearts content - the case is not theirs to solve, errors and lack of resolution all lie at the door of the Portuguese police and the UK establishment will hide behind that simple fact. 

At the end of the day, failure to 'officially' solve this case will be recorded and archived as the fault of the Portuguese - not the Met Police.

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An Open Letter to Operation Grange.

Post by willowthewisp on 10.10.17 12:51

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:^^^ How very profound - touché thumbsup !

I only say that when publishing anything/anywhere relating to the case of missing Madeleine McCann, it's essential to stick to facts and not stray off into the twilight zone.  By publishing speculation, theory, personal opinion etc, it can only make it easier for the government and it's elected representatives to dismiss all independent work as rubbish, not worthy of attention.

I seriously believe that the Met Police have their rear quarters well and truly cushioned.  The investigation into Madeleine McCann's disappearance is essentially under the jurisdiction of the Portuguese authorities, they had/have/will always have primacy - not the UK.  The UK have only arrogantly taken on what appears to be a leading role to protect the McCanns and their group of friends from prosecution by the Portuguese - and that's where it was heading in August/September 2007, when the McCanns made a rather hasty departure.

The Met Police are fully aware of their restrictions, even Hogan-Howe admitted as much during an interview in April last year..



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"Essentially it's a Portuguese inquiry...." -  Sir Bernard Hogan Howe [circa. April 2016]

That, it my opinion, will always be Operation Grange's escape route.  They aren't required to follow policing protocol per se as this case is Portuguese territory.  They aren't required to follow the PJ's line of enquiry - they are only there to assist the Portuguese.  They, the Met Police, can (and do) use the Portuguese to their advantage.  They can fiddle about with facts and figures to their hearts content - the case is not theirs to solve, errors and lack of resolution all lie at the door of the Portuguese police and the UK establishment will hide behind that simple fact. 

At the end of the day, failure to 'officially' solve this case will be recorded and archived as the fault of the Portuguese - not the Met Police.
Hi Verdi,take on board all you state about it is down to the Portuguese Authority to conclude the Investigation,which then beggars the belief,as to Why dodgy Dave had to pursue the interest on the McCann's behalf,as a Father,Mr Cameron had stated,with No influence brought to his decision by Rebekah Brooks,threating to expose his home secretary on the front pages of the Scum until the McCann's had their Review,Leveson Inquiry can confirm the videos?
So the Operation Grange fiasco,was brought about to either,Influence or coerce the Portuguese to Re-Open their Investigation into the Original case?
The Portugal authorities could have saved them selves six Years of spending Commitments and stated to the UK,We have final say on the case proceeding to any Court actions and will take on board any findings if appropriate from Operation Grange Investigation?
The UK have been duped into funding this campaign to run alongside the civil case brought by the McCann's as they couldn't fund Two actions at the same time,but the Criminal Investigation would take precedent over a civil matter,think about it,you have been stitched up? good and proper by our Gerry's very clever brain Work!!?
the farce has continued,due to David Cameron being duped,black mailed into allowing Operation Grange to be funded/susidized by the UK Government to try to Exonerate a perceived couples claim of"Innocence"in their Daughters disappearance,claimed to have been on 3 rd May 2007,from Apartment 5a Ocean Club?
End this Farce now,it is not an Investigation and has Never ever been one,which can be clearly shown by Metropolitan Police service statements from DCI Andy redwood,AC Mark Rowley,that the Tapas Seven/Nine or the Parents of Madeleine McCann are Not suspects,but any tom,dick or Harry are potential suspects,even a Eastern European dead widows husband?

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Re: An Open Letter to Operation Grange

Post by Verdi on 10.10.17 12:53

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:End this Farce now,it is not an Investigation and has Never ever been one,which can be clearly shown by Metropolitan Police service statements from DCI Andy redwood,AC Mark Rowley,that the Tapas Seven/Nine or the Parents of Madeleine McCann are Not suspects?
AMEN to that !!!!

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