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Post by Jill Havern on 07.12.19 9:35

Madeleine McCann detective who featured in Netflix doc jailed for seven years

Paulo Cristovao, who appeared in Netflix documentary The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, has been convicted of planning two violent robberies


ByBarry Nicks

   08:47, 7 DEC 2019

An ex-detective who investigated the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has been banged up for seven years for planning two robberies.

Paulo Pereira Cristo, a long-time critic of Maddie's parents, was convicted of planning two violent break-ins in Lisbon and the nearby resort of Cascais.

The ex-cop, who recently appeared in the Netflix documentary The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann, previously claimed parents Gerry and Kate had been "neglectful" to leave their alone in their hotel.

Cristo also peddled conspiracy theories which have been strenuously denied by Maddie's parents.

He admitted he was involved in the plan but denied being a ringleader.

All but one of the 17 defendants were convicted over the 2014 raids, led by police officers with false search warrants who used the illegal operations to steal cash and other valuables.

In one, a couple and their daughter were kidnapped and the culprits took more than £100,000.

Two police officers, both sacked before trial, were jailed for 17 and 16 years each.

The news comes after a vile online troll posed as Maddie in an attempt to torment her parents, Gerry and Kate.

Among the 3,700 comments was an abusive profile set up under the name of Madeleine, who was just three-years-old when she vanished from a hotel room in the Algarve region of Portugal in 2007.

Her parents, who live in Rothley in Leicestershire, were dining with friends in a restaurant at the time.

The callous comment read: "Mum and dad are closer than I thought".

It's not known who set up the fake account, but a deep dive into the profile revealed a catalogue of horrific racist and homophobic posts, including multiple depraved jokes about the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York.

Other sick comments joke about being in a relationship with paedophile Jimmy Saville and David Bowie's death.

Additional reporting by Gerard Couzens

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/madeleine-mccann-detective-who-featured-21043546

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Post by Verdi on 07.12.19 11:29

I wonder how much time Gerard Couzens spends digging through the dirt in quest of something .... anything, that might show McCann critics in a bad light.

If he wants to match one for one - two can play at that game! Where shall we start think ?

Meanwhile, back at Rothley, G and K Mac are no doubt buoyed bounce just in time for festive frolics!


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Post by PeterMac on 07.12.19 14:21

Jon Clarke also appeared in the documentary, didn't he ?
But of course one of the main differences is that everyone can see immediately that much of what he was saying was simply untrue.
Even Netflix must have realised that as they edited the programme, and put his words as "voice- over" with contemporaneous
historical video clips which showed the exact opposite !
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Post by Verdi on 07.12.19 15:00

I gave up watching the Netflix extravaganza about 20 minutes in, vowing I would continue as and when in bite size pieces.  Haven't yet ventured back.

This has given me slight incentive to try again - later ....

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Post by Verdi on 08.12.19 1:16

Wilco!

Cover me .... I'm going in hide ....

Well, maybe a bit later.

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Post by Verdi on 09.12.19 1:03

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March 20, 2019, 6:14 PM ET

Missing Persons

Who Is Julian Peribañez And What DID He Uncover About The Madeleine McCann Case?

Julian Peribañez relentlessly tracked down leads in the Madeleine McCann case, even infiltrating the seedy underworld of sex trafficking to try to find the missing 3-year-old.

When 3-year-old Madeleine McCann vanished from her bed in the middle of the night, one investigator was willing to stop at nothing to find her, going on high-speed car chases, leading covert operations, and even infiltrating the seedy, dark underworld of child trafficking in the months after her disappearance to try to uncover the truth.

Julian Peribañez was consumed with the case, even answering calls to a tip line on his own cell phone at all hours of the night to gain new clues about what may have happened to the missing 3-year-old, who was thought to have been abducted in May 2007 while on a family vacation in Praia da Luz, Portugal.

The investigator, who had grown up watching police movies and James Bond flicks, worked for Metodo 3, a private investigation firm hired by the McCann family and wealthy benefactor Brian Kennedy to explore avenues that weren’t being considered by police in Portugal. In Netflix's new docu-series "The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann," which delves into the infamous case, Peribañez's search efforts are examined again.

“I said ‘Go for it. Delve into what you know you can delve into, below the surface of what’s going on, and the criminal factions in that area in Portugal, and Spain and Morocco. Find out what you possibly can’ and they went about it, I have to say, with great gusto,” Kennedy said of hiring Metodo 3 in 2007 in “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann.”

After meeting Madeleine’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, Peribañez said the mission became “personal” and he set off to Portugal where he spent eight months on the ground working the case.

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Julian Peribañez was an investigator on the Madeleine McCann case. Photo: Netflix

“Julian was someone that was very thorough and very energetic, and he was unforgiving with certain things, of pursuing people,” Patrick Kennedy, Brian’s son, said. “He was the type that would go all out.”

Brian had asked Patrick to help manage the investigation, so Patrick and Peribañez worked together on occasion in the case.

Peribañez did all sorts of things while in Portugal. Investigators tracked leads from potential witnesses, worked with sketch artists to create images to release to the public, searched an abandoned property where the young girl was rumored to be, and tailed possible suspects.

“We found names and addresses of pedophiles in the Praia de Luz area. We’d follow them. We weren’t allowed to do that, we needed permission of the police to do that, but quite frankly I didn’t care,” Patrick said.

Peribañez said his status as a private investigator gave him “more freedom to investigate than being a cop.”

For example, when Robert Murat, a British-Portuguese real estate agent who seemed overly eager to help in the case, emerged as a potential suspect, investigators put a tracker on his car to try to see where he went and who he might meet up with up (Murat later discovered the device).

Peribañez also followed Sergey Malinka, a business associate of Murat's who was also considered a suspect in the case, and even offered him up to “half a million or something” to talk about the case after being instructed by his boss to suggest the money.

Malinka denied knowing anything about the case and refused the money.

There was high media scrutiny about both men at the time; however, after looking closely at both suspects Peribañez said it seemed unlikely either were involved.

But Peribañez didn't stop his investigation here. He was intrigued by another similar case in Portugal in 2004, which involved the disappearance of a local girl named Joana Cipriano. Her mother said the 8-year-old had left her home to go to the store in the Portuguese village of Figueira and never returned.

Police later claimed the girl was killed by her mother and uncle after she walked in on them having sex. Police said they chopped her up and placed her body parts in a small refrigerator at the home before throwing her remains to the pigs. Her mother, Leonor Cipriano, and her brother, João Cipriano were both sentenced to jail for the crime, ABC News reported in 2007.

Watch  Out Of Sight: The Disappearance Of Madeleine McCann   Friday, March 29 at 9/8c, only on Oxygen

But the documentary focused on a series of photographs seemingly showing Leonor battered and bruised, suggesting she may have been coerced into giving the confession.

Peribañez later tracked down João's former cellmate and recorded an interview with the unnamed man, who claimed the girl was alive but had been sold to a foreign family.

“I know that he received quite a lot of money,” the cellmate can be heard saying in the video played in the documentary. He also claimed to have seen a photo of the girl after she disappeared. In the image, he said, she appeared to be in a room that was “not from somewhere poor.”

The documentary speculated that McCann may have met a similar fate and could have been the victim of sex trafficking.

“This was the biggest moment for me on the case, because it really gave me proof that there was an organization working in Portugal and it also gave us a hope of trying to find that network. And if we could find the network, we could find Madeleine,” Peribañez said.

Typically, he said, sex trafficking victims are from lower class backgrounds, suggesting the value for Madeleine could have been significant and possibly worth the risk to the abductor.

“My idea is that the value that Madeleine had was really high because if they took her it was because they were going to get a lot of money,” he said in the documentary, adding that he believes she could still be alive.

Peribañez began to infiltrate the dark web into secretive trafficking and child pornography channels in the hopes of learning something about McCann’s fate.

These dark web channels aren’t indexed, making it difficult to track users and a nefarious way for criminals to communicate with one another.

“There’s a tsunami of indecent images online. Current estimates are, in the UK alone, that 100,00 IP addresses, computer IP addresses can be downloading incident images of children at any given moment in time,” Jim Gamble, a former senior police officer with the CEOP, said in the docu-series.

To gain access to the channels, Peribañez had to pretend to be of a similar mindset and comment on how “good” the images were. The work brought him to the “darkest places” of humanity, he said, and forced him to see images he’ll have to carry with him for the rest of his life.

“I’ve done thousands of cases, the Madeleine case, I’ve seen the worst things a human being can see,” he said.

But as Peribañez was delving further into the sex trafficking underworld, his boss at Metodo 3 made comments to the media that ultimately led the family to fire the firm and hire another investigative firm to continue the work.  

Francisco Marco, the director general of Metodo 3, claimed in 2007 that the agency knew who had taken Madeleine and that they hoped to have the little girl home by Christmas, according to the Evening Standard.

Peribañez said in the documentary that the claim was “unbelievable” and that they didn’t have any clue at the time who may have taken the young girl. The family soon decided not to work with the firm any longer.

“I was ashamed of course,” the private investigator said. “I was shocked and ashamed.”

Although Metodo 3 would no longer be working on the McCann case, Peribañez’ efforts to infiltrate the sex trafficking world would lead to multiple arrests.

The private investigator handed the research he’d done to Spain’s Policia Nacional, which launched an investigation dubbed “Lolita P-mix.”

As a result of the investigation, 13 people were arrested, according to Juan Carlos Ruiloba, the former head of the crime unit Policia Nacional.

“That’s the best thing that came from this case,” Peribañez said. “The thing that I am most proud of.”

Years after the McCann investigation, Marco, Peribañez and two other detectives would be arrested as part of a political spy scandal that rocked Spain, according to El Pais. The agency was accused of recording conversations between the head of the Popular Party in Catalonia, Alicia Sánchez-Camacho, and an ex-girlfriend of the son of the region’s ex-premier about alleged money laundering activities.

Peribañez and suspect Alex Borrequero allegedly told investigators they had recorded the conversation on the orders of their boss.

https://www.oxygen.com/martinis-murder/julian-peribanez-investigator-disappearance-madeleine-mccann




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Post by ROSA on 09.12.19 10:00

@Verdi wrote:I gave up watching the Netflix extravaganza about 20 minutes in, vowing I would continue as and when in bite size pieces.  Haven't yet ventured back.

This has given me slight incentive to try again - later ....
I haven't watched it because I heard it supports the abduction theory

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Post by Verdi on 09.12.19 11:54

@ROSA wrote:
@Verdi wrote:I gave up watching the Netflix extravaganza about 20 minutes in, vowing I would continue as and when in bite size pieces.  Haven't yet ventured back.

This has given me slight incentive to try again - later ....
I haven't watched it because I heard it supports the abduction theory
I believe it supports the McCann theory so yes - abduction it is big grin .

My interest is more the people in it, what they have to say in defiance of truth.  The gruesome twosome, Summers and Swan, more affectionately known as Winters and Goose, are a prime example of all things unholy.  They a l m o s t dare declare they have investigated the case of missing Madeleine McCann.

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Post by PeterMac on 09.12.19 12:52

It pretty well starts and ends with the abduction 'story'.
Anything else is dismissed quite quickly. 
And it calls in aid people like Jon Clarke, of the Olive Press telling the most egregious lies, which are clear for all to see even as the film rolls.   [Crushing the truth under its granite rollers ?]

So yes, it did what it was supposed to do
Repeat the authorised version, abduction, incompetence, accusation and victimisation.

It is worth watching purely as a Case History in how the media can be manipulated by people with money and influence 
and on another level how the media themselves can be manipulated into manipulating the public.

On the other hand http://whatreallyhappenedtomadeleinemccann.blogspot.com/
Chapters 

say it is a much shorter time.
And you don't have to pay !
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