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Jim Gamble, head of CEOP, put out a request to holiday makers in Praia Da Luz, that week, to send their holiday photographs directly to him and not to the Portuguese Police Mm11

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Post by sharonl 01.03.21 21:06

Madeleine: Police beg holidaymakers to send photos in
Last updated at 19:54 21 May 2007


British holidaymakers who stayed at the resort where Madeleine McCann went missing are being asked to hand their holiday snaps to police to help the hunt for her abductor.


The photographs will be scanned through a hi-tech computer database which can search for the faces of known paedophiles who may be lurking in the background of a shot.
The British man named as the only suspect in Madeleine's disappearance tonight welcomed new moves to trawl thousands of holiday snaps looking for known paedophiles.
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British police launched the appeal today to people who stayed at the Ocean Club Resort in Praia da Luz in the two weeks before the four-year-old's disappearance on May 3.
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The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre has designed a special software system in a bid to find Madeleine and whoever took her.
ChildBase, normally used to track down victims and offenders in internet child pornography images, has now been enhanced so that it can be used to search the holiday snaps.
Jim Gamble, chief executive of CEOP, asked holidaymakers only to send pictures that include strangers.
He said: "Many people both here and abroad have already helped in a number of ways in assisting the hunt for Madeleine. But now we need to go further and by asking for photographs taken in the area we can utilise the latest technology to build a larger intelligence picture.
"The CEOP centre has already applied facial recognition software in our wider work and now by taking pictures from the public we can move the investigation forward - looking for people who might seem out of place or behaving strangely.
"No matter how small or insignificant the information may seem to you, it could be the missing part of the jigsaw so let us decide if it is important.
"We are looking for anyone who was at the Ocean Club Resort or surrounding area in the two weeks leading up to Madeleine's disappearance on Thursday 3 May who have photographs that might help our work.
"We don't want scenery shots or pictures that just show your family but look at your prints and see if there are, for instance, people in the background of the picture that at first you may not have noticed."

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Robert Murat, 33, who was last week named as the first "arguido" or suspect in Madeleine's disappearance, described the move as a "great idea", according to a family friend.

Tuck Price said the appeal for holiday photographs showed that Portuguese police knew they had the wrong suspect.
He added: "Why else would they be doing this? If they are so convinced about Robert, why would they still be looking?"
It is understood Portuguese police have already been going through all the photographs taken by the McCanns and their friends before Madeleine was kidnapped from her family's holiday apartment.
It also emerged today that Mr Murat, who strenuously denies any involvement in the four-year-old's disappearance, believes DNA tests could prove his innocence as early as this week.
But Portuguese police indicated today that their one suspect was still their strongest line of inquiry.
A senior source said: "All hypotheses are on the table, we are working on one stronger one."
Mr Murat has also asked British PR guru Max Clifford to represent him in his campaign to clear his name.
Portuguese police have refused to confirm reports in local newspapers that forensic tests on samples taken from Mr Murat's villa have so far all come back negative.
Mr Price said: "To completely clear him, the police have to send a letter to him saying that he has been cleared in the investigation.
"But in people's minds it (the forensic results) will definitely clear him."
He admitted he did not know when the tests will be returned but said he had heard it could be this week.
Any potential leads generated from the pictures will be passed onto the Portuguese authorities. Any images that Portuguese police have will also be scanned.
People can upload their images onto a website set up by CEOP - [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Detectives are hoping that thousands of pictures will be emailed in.
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If holidaymakers don't have a digital camera, then can take their film into a Jessops shop which will put the images on a disk so they can be sent via the web.
ChildBase is able to scan 1,000 pictures an hour. It works by comparing images of child sex offenders stored in its database with people in the photographs.
The technology scans over 600 points on the face.
It gives a percentage match to anyone stored on the database who looks similar. It can even trace similarities of facial features within families, even across different generations.
The Immigration Service believes that the system is more effective than fingerprint testing.
The appeal is a joint venture between Leicestershire police, the Association of Chief Police Officers, the National Police Improvement Agency and CEOP.
Mr Clifford said he spoke to Mr Murat and his mother Jenny, and offered them free advice about handling the media.
He said he had "a tremendous amount of sympathy" for Mr Murat but would not formally represent him until he is cleared by Portuguese police.
"When I spoke to Robert, he was in tears and very emotional about the fact that I took the call from his aunt and spoke to them," he added.
"He said 'I am innocent and I will prove I am innocent', and thanked me for listening to him.
"I told him that provided he is cleared, I will be happy to talk to him because everybody in the world will want to interview him."
The publicist, who represented American sportsman and actor OJ Simpson when he was accused - but later acquitted - of murdering his ex-wife Nicole and her friend Ronald Goldman, said Mr Murat's treatment had been "disgusting".
Mr Clifford said: "What I do think is the bloke has been hung, drawn and quartered without any shred of evidence being revealed to anyone.
"I think it's totally wrong that a man is condemned as guilty when there's been no trial and nobody knows anything at all.
"I have natural sympathy for anybody that is accused and condemned without a shred of evidence being shown.
"If the police were convinced and had any evidence, they would obviously have arrested and charged him."
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Post by sharonl 01.03.21 21:08

thinking  I wonder who was is Praia Da Luz that week that may have got caught on someone's holiday snaps and identified if they were sent in to the PJ or press.

Who is Gerry's mate Gamble really protecting here?
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Post by PeterMac 02.03.21 6:23

And Max Clifford was involved. Right from the start.
YET ANOTHER proven liar and pervert grubbing about for money with his filthy trotters in this cess pit
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Post by Silentscope 02.03.21 9:49

So how many Photos of Christian B has Mr.Gamble received?

thinking
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Post by CaKeLoveR 02.03.21 10:21

I hope he didn't  receive any. The fact that he asked for people to send 'photos to him is appalling.
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Post by PeterMac 02.03.21 10:47

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I hope he didn't  receive any. The fact that he asked for people to send 'photos to him is appalling.

Certainly Obstructing the Police in the course of their Duty
And potentially an attempt to Pervert the Course of Justice.
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Post by Verdi 02.03.21 11:59

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:And Max Clifford was involved. Right from the start.
YET ANOTHER proven liar and pervert grubbing about for money with his filthy trotters in this cess pit

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It is part of the odd dynamic of this story that when I phone Sally Eveleigh, Murat’s cousin, who also lives in Praia da Luz, her first remark is that she cannot utter a syllable about Murat without the O.K. of her British press agent, the famously rambunctious Max Clifford. And when his blessing is secured, her second is: “Wonderful, darling, see you shortly. Robert can’t talk to you, because he’s an arguido. But we’ll have a bit of a party, won’t we?”

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Post by PeterMac 02.03.21 13:19

The photographs will be scanned through a hi-tech computer database which can search for the faces of known paedophiles who may be lurking in the background of a shot.

And even by 21st May the Paedophile nonsense/fact/mantra/article of faith was embedded in everyones minds,
and was being actively reinforced by Gamble
WHY ?
What possible evidence was there for that assertion ?
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Post by Silentscope 02.03.21 13:30

It gave the gullible people the impression that no stone was being left unturned in the search for a missing child.

Big guns were being used to hunt the Monster.

If people see big guns, they would begin to think the Monster is huge too.
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