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Ex-chief inspector Mick Neville, who founded the Met Police’s Central Forensic Image Team in 2012, believes Madeleine could be found by poring through a Facebook database of images Mm11

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Post by Jill Havern on 22.03.20 13:39

Madeleine McCann forensics expert to track missing girl down using two key clues

Ex-chief inspector Mick Neville, who founded the Met Police’s Central Forensic Image Team in 2012, believes Madeleine could be found by poring through a Facebook database of images

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/madeleine-mccann-forensics-expert-track-21713593

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Post by tnb on 22.03.20 20:38

“She was taken with her pyjamas on which are also distinctive.”
Surely this is some kind of piss take.
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Post by Cammerigal on 24.03.20 0:04

@Jill Havern wrote:Madeleine McCann forensics expert to track missing girl down using two key clues

Ex-chief inspector Mick Neville, who founded the Met Police’s Central Forensic Image Team in 2012, believes Madeleine could be found by poring through a Facebook database of images

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/madeleine-mccann-forensics-expert-track-21713593
A very smart Russian-run app grabbed millions of Facebook images and associated the valuable meta data by providing that daft imaging program, to add  rabbit ears and noses to your visage. The GRU are very good, but even they won't be able to find a 17 year old Maddie (RIP) in those facebewk pictures. 
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Post by Milo on 24.03.20 1:15

What a moron IMO. I hope he has fun PORING, POURING and PAWING, the latter with the cadaver dogs. Are they really that stupid? If so how come they don't worry about people knowing they are stupid. Did somebody tell them to act stupid - a la The Goons.
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Post by BlueBag on 24.03.20 10:18

@Jill Havern wrote:Madeleine McCann forensics expert to track missing girl down using two key clues

Ex-chief inspector Mick Neville, who founded the Met Police’s Central Forensic Image Team in 2012, believes Madeleine could be found by poring through a Facebook database of images

https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/madeleine-mccann-forensics-expert-track-21713593
Does Facebook do dead people?

But he may have a point.

Does Facebook go back to May 2007?

Holiday pics might be interesting.
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Post by sharonl on 24.03.20 20:28

He's going to look for Madeleine, on Facebook laugh

He'll have more search results than The met have prime suspects.  The internet will bring up thousands of images, social networking sites, twitter accounts, Facebook groups etc etc etc.  It would be like looking for for a needle in a haystack. 

But never mind, no stone unturned Eh,  and I assume that the McCanns have now provided all the holiday snaps that show Madeleine that week, cos they want to find her - don't they?

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