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This shows how good Keela, the blood finding dog is

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This shows how good Keela, the blood finding dog is

Post by Guest on Thu 19 May - 14:17

During her inspection, Keela alerted to the bottom of the blue curtain, where it meets the floor, i.e., the hem.

This is from the John Lowe forensic report:

A weak incomplete DNA result which consisted of only two unconfirmed DNA components was obtained from cellular material recovered from the hem of one of the blue curtains 286A/2007-CRL(16(2)) from the apartment.

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/JOHN_LOWE.htm
So there you have it. She found a microscopic, incomplete, trace of blood exactly where she first signalled.

Hats off to Keela
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Post by ufercoffy on Thu 19 May - 14:23

Better still, she found the blood of a murdered pensioner in a burnt out car.

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Post by Guest on Thu 19 May - 14:26

WOW....... She is truly amazing, as is Eddie.

It's no wonder the Feds wanted them.
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Post by ufercoffy on Thu 19 May - 14:32

Attracta Harron was the lady's name.

Eddie found her remains in the burnt out car.

Both utterly useless dogs of course according to the doctors McCann ( one of whom took a cuddly toy to work with her just in case she needed to explain cadaver odour to the cops)

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Re: This shows how good Keela, the blood finding dog is

Post by dragonfly on Thu 19 May - 22:58

REPORT OF EXAMINATION

This is the report of the results for the disappearance of Madeleine compiled by John McCann BSc ROBERT LOWE Cbiol


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Re: This shows how good Keela, the blood finding dog is

Post by rose58 on Fri 20 May - 6:45

This is the report of the results for the disappearance of Madeleine compiled by John McCann BSc ROBERT LOWE Cbiolpardon?
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Post by Guest on Fri 20 May - 8:55

dragonfly wrote:REPORT OF EXAMINATION

This is the report of the results for the disappearance of Madeleine compiled by John McCann BSc ROBERT LOWE Cbiol


Dragonfly, you have Eagle Eyes. I do not think anyone else has spotted that bit.

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/JOHN_LOWE.htm
Carta Rogatoria-Home OfficeIV.pdf
FSS - Forensic Science Service Ltd
REPORT OF EXAMINATION

This is the report of the results for the disappearance of Madeleine compiled by John McCann BSc ROBERT LOWE Cbiol MIBiol RFP

Forensic Science Service Ltd
Birmingham Laboratory, Priory House, Gooch
Street North, Birmingham, B5 6QQ
Tel 0121 607 6973
e-mail: john .......

This report consists of three pages and relates the work carried out in the following case;

Reference:

Reference FSS: 300 655 190 / 401 020 769

Reference Customer: Task Operational

Date: May 22, 2008
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Post by rose58 on Fri 20 May - 9:34

Looking at the original Portuguese document at the bottom of the page from which the translation came, there is no mention of John Mccann. 
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Post by rose58 on Fri 20 May - 9:35

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Post by rose58 on Fri 20 May - 9:40

Apologies link didn't post.
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Post by rose58 on Fri 20 May - 9:41

http:// www. mccannpjfiles.co.uk/CR8/cr8_5.jpgTake the two spaces out 
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Post by Guest on Fri 20 May - 9:42

I will see if I can post the original up Rose, but that name appears at the top I think?
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Post by Guest on Fri 20 May - 10:41




As we can see, it is an error by the person who translated that document. It should say Madeleine McCann and John Robert Lowe, NOT John McCann.
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Post by sharonl on Sun 6 May - 16:24

The police dog who earns more than the Chief Constable Last updated at 11:40 30 December 2005

Comments (0) Share Keela: Has a nose for trouble
One of the country's top police dogs earns more than her force's Chief Constable, it has emerged.
Keela, a 16-month-old springer spaniel, can sniff out the smallest samples of human blood - even after items have been cleaned or washed many times.
The South Yorkshire Police dog has already helped forces across the country, including working on the high-profile stabbing of Abigail Witchalls in Surrey, and is hired out at £530 per day, plus expenses.
If she worked every day of the year, she would earn almost £200,000 - around £70,000 more than her force's Chief Constable.
Now forces worldwide have expressed interest in her specialist training and Keela will be travelling to America in the New Year to assist the FBI with two murder inquiries.
A South Yorkshire force spokeswoman said the crime scene investigation dog has saved more then £200,000 nationally since April this year, helping with investigations in Ireland, Cornwall, Wiltshire, Surrey and the Thames Valley areas.
Her handler, Pc Martin Grime, has been responsible for training Keela, along with National Search Adviser Mark Harrison, since June last year.
Then the eight-week-old puppy, who was bred by West Midlands Police, became the centre of an experiment to see whether she could be trained to work as part of the team.
Trained every day
Unlike ordinary police dogs, Keela has never taken part in the usual six-week training course but has been trained, bit by bit, by Pc Grime every day.
Her programme involved training her to ignore decomposing body materials other than human blood.
And instead of barking when she smells blood, she has been trained to have a "passive" alert - freezing with her nose as near to the subject matter as possible without touching, to enable scientists to recover the sample quickly and efficiently.
This technique has saved time and money on major investigations.
Keela was called in to help Surrey Police when Mrs Witchalls, 26, was stabbed in the neck and left paralysed as she pushed her toddler son in his buggy near their home in Little Bookham on April 20.
Pc Grime said: "As a result of this incident 350 items of clothing had been recovered which all needed testing for evidence.
"To have the items examined at the forensic lab would have cost £200 for each item.
"Keela managed to help in just one day which resulted in eight pieces of clothing being detected with blood stains on them."
She can search any area, including houses, cars, boats, both indoors and outdoors, and will lead her handler to spots of blood so small that humans cannot see them.
She screens textiles and can pick out traces of blood even after clothing has been washed many times or weapons cleaned.
Barking success
Although she is still in the early stages of her career, Keela has been more successful than her trainers hoped.
She has had a number of operational finds recovering murder weapons, identifying the blood of a victim in a suspect's car and screening numerous amounts of clothing belonging to suspects.
South Yorkshire Chief Constable Meredydd Hughes said: "Keela's training gives the force an edge when it comes to forensic investigation, which we should recognise and use more often.
"Martin has developed this capability through innovation and experience, and we are now considering how best to develop the training further.
"We know other forces are interested, both here and abroad, and we must see what opportunities we can develop.
"We know we have an operationally excellent dog section, and our specialist dogs are being developed in a unique way."


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-372863/The-police-dog-earns-Chief-Constable.html#ixzz1u6TI4kka

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