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Seven months after the deadline passed for keeping process open

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Seven months after the deadline passed for keeping process open

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 29.08.11 8:11

By James Murray

DEVASTATED Gerry McCann wants police to reopen their investigation into the disappearance of his kidnapped daughter Madeleine.

The heart specialist said: “At the minute there is no law enforcement agency actively looking for Madeleine – looking at the evidence, saying: ‘Where are the gaps and what more can we do?’ That’s what we need.”

Yard asked to reopen case 8.11.09

Gonçalo Amaral: "I remind you that they “demanded” the archiving of the process, in 2008, when they were arguidos, merely to defend their image. They are not interested in the reopening of the process or of the investigation, where all hypotheses remain open, from a voluntary disappearance up to homicide, like the Public Ministry mentions in the archiving dispatch. They are only interested in the defence of their image."

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Re: Seven months after the deadline passed for keeping process open

Post by lj on 06.09.11 15:43

Yeah, one of those moments the only conclusion can be that they are guilty as hell.

But no-one, not a single soul, has asked them, when Gerry does his whiny "nobody is looking for her", why didn't you request for the process to stay open?

I believe many in the UK would look with complete different eyes to them, knowing they had the opportunity to keep the investigation to stay open and had it shelved to save their sorry a$$es.

Talking about questions never asked: I would love to see a list of questions interviewers were not allowed to ask, that would give an interesting picture too!

"And if Madeleine had hurt herself inside the apartment, why would that be our fault?"  Gerry

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Re: Seven months after the deadline passed for keeping process open

Post by tigger on 30.12.13 6:35

Came across this neglected topic with just the information I'd been looking for -  the demand for the SY review.

It occurred to me that in 2007 they wanted the FBI, in 2009 they wanted SY.
I can imagine that the LP might not have been popular as they developed evidence against the McCanns, the PJ wasn't asked to re-open the investigation or do anything at all. TM preferred to give the impression that the case had been closed with the admission of their innocence by the PJ.
So was this insistence on SY  to  purify them so to speak?

This is also relevant and quite interesting.

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Retired DCI Gonçalo Amaral: "The English can always present the conclusions to which they themselves arrived in 2007. Because they know, they have the evidence of what happened - they don't need to investigate anything. All this is now a mere 'show off'."

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