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Post by Verdi on 07.06.19 13:37

It could be said, the Met Police have a moral duty to pacify public interest in this long protracted case of nothingness but in reality, they are under no obligation to publish detail of their rationale.

In simple terms, they only need tie-up the files with good quality pretty pink ribbon, stick them in the archive dungeon forever to collect dust and cobwebs and rubber stamp the case 'closed pending further evidence'. 

When those pesky interfering publics start asking awkward questions, as they will, they only need say that all leads were thoroughly examined but led nowhere.

Question remains - why haven't they already done that?  Does keeping the case open benefit the long term agenda?

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Post by PeterMac on 07.06.19 14:46

On the ludicrous Sky News shouting show this morning one of them made the point that it may be the Home Office who are keeping it going, because no one DARE admit that they should have stopped it a long time ago.

Perhaps a bit like Concorde, or HS2, or CrossRail, the Millennium Dome, or other huge projects which have to be kept going to the bitter end so that no one asks embarrassing questions ?
Look at the IT systems still over-running, which will never be completed, because the technology - hard and soft - on which they once relied is already a decade out of date.
TSR2 was at least cancelled.   
Grange may join the Groundnut scheme

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Post by Rogue-a-Tory on 07.06.19 17:22

@PeterMac wrote:On the ludicrous Sky News shouting show this morning one of them made the point that it may be the Home Office who are keeping it going, because no one DARE admit that they should have stopped it a long time ago.

Perhaps a bit like Concorde, or HS2, or CrossRail, the Millennium Dome, or other huge projects which have to be kept going to the bitter end so that no one asks embarrassing questions ?
Look at the IT systems still over-running, which will never be completed, because the technology - hard and soft - on which they once relied is already a decade out of date.
TSR2 was at least cancelled.   
Grange may join the Groundnut scheme

Not sure about the TSR2 or Concorde analogy. Both were dramatically undermined and eventually scuppered by the US because of a fear/jealousy of the technology.
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Post by sar on 07.06.19 17:28

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Post by Jill Havern on 07.06.19 23:20

Michelle Dewberry's comments on Madeleine McCann search sparks big reaction
The Hull businesswoman gave her views on extra funding for the search on Sky News show The Pledge

People in Hull have spoken out after Michelle Dewberry’s controversial comments regarding the search for Madeleine McCann.
The Hull businesswoman hit out at plans for hundreds of thousands of pounds in Government cash to be ploughed into the search, saying "if the family was from Hull they would not get the fraction of the cash".
The former Apprentice winner spoke on the Sky News debate show The Pledge standing by the notion that the continued stream of Home Office funding was “according to class”.
She said: “If this was a family from Hull who had gone to a caravan park down the road and left their kids in the caravan, while they’d gone to the local boozer, this wouldn’t be getting millions of pounds worth of attention and funding, and all the rest of it.”

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After the show, Ms Dewberry followed up on her position on social media by saying, “As sad as it is the search for Madeleine McCann has not returned any results, I feel strongly that if this were a working class family whose child went missing when they left them at home & headed to the pub...There wouldn’t haven’t been a fraction of the money spent on the search."
Needless to say her comments fuelled the debate further on social media, with hundreds of people in Hull voicing their own opinion.

A majority of Hull Live readers agreed with what she had to say, with one person commenting: “Well said Michelle you’re absolutely spot on.”
Another added: “Not her biggest fan but she’s absolutely bang on here.”
One person said: “Good for you and well said.”

But her comments did not win everyone over, with one person stating that it was ‘irrelevant’ as to where Maddie was from.
They said: “I think it’s irrelevant where she’s from or how affluent her parents are. A little girl went missing and it’s good that money is being thrown at it to find her.
“Too many people focus on the parents, as if because it is their fault she went missing, they don’t deserve help.
“It isn’t helping them, it’s helping towards finding a little girl who has been abducted by no fault of her own.”

Operation Grange, the Met Police investigation into Maddie’s disappearance, was set up in 2013 by then Prime Minister David Cameron after the Portuguese inquiry failed to provide answers.
To keep the British investigation afloat, the force have had to apply for home office funding on a number of occasions, with their latest successful attempt allowing the search to continue until March 2020.

Readers pointed out that there are other missing person cases out there that have not received the same amount of funding to continue searches.
One person commented: “As much as I love Maddie to be found as millions of others…why just this case?
“It’s not fair on the hundreds of other missing children…! So wrong.”
Another added: “Enough cash has been spent. Spend on other children missing.”


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Post by Blackpied on 08.06.19 14:15

I watched that Jill,all well and good but they won't say what they
know and that is the Angel that is Madeleine will never be found
alive.I don't know why,maybe they are scared of losing their job.
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Post by AlexBG on 08.06.19 14:56

@Blackpied wrote:I watched that Jill,all well and good but they won't say what they
know and that is the Angel that is Madeleine will never be found
alive.I don't know why,maybe they are scared of losing their job.
Probably much more than just their jobs at risk, were they to make even a slight reference to the elephant in the room.
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Post by Blackpied on 08.06.19 17:47

I think Katie Hopkins said it on Talk Radio or LBC she also said as much
in her newspaper column.
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Post by AlexBG on 08.06.19 22:22

@Blackpied wrote:I think Katie Hopkins said it on Talk Radio or LBC she also said as much in her newspaper column.
"Maddie's not coming home" is the furthest she ever went on her LBC show, if I recall correctly. I'm not sure about her newspaper column though. Just shows how controlled the mainstream media really is, if even she daren't touch it.

I am baffled as to why the government and media won't just let the matter rest, and have kept such a threadbare narrative going all these years. What do they gain from it?
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