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Post by guest12345 on 30.09.15 9:29

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@guest12345 wrote:An educated guess would be that someone from NCA or CEOP left/gave them the books in the first few days after the crime, for the parents to read and educate themselves on the likely chain of events/outcome to stop them asking so many questions or making wild assumptions. (Gerry no doubt asked for them to aid his 'search').

I don't think there is anything sinister in these books as they were found in the apartment they were stopping in, post event, not in 5A
Can you provide any other cases of missing U.K born children where NCA or CEOP have left/gave these types of books in the first few days after the crime Other cases have no relevance to this case. - what crime??? abduction? That seemed to be the approach by NCA/SOCA/CEOP at the very early stages, hence the books and their attendance on scene so quickly (most likely based on intelligence they have of certain people operating in the area at the time) pah -for the parents to read and educate themselves? Yes, i have no doubt Gerry certainly would have been asking lots of questions about 'what happens now?', 'what is the next step?' 'how do these people operate' and the books no doubt got left as investigators had to return back to the UK. Did NCA or CEOP give the same books to Milly Dowler's,  April Jones' or Ben Needham's parents? Proof please. TIA. Again, no idea if they did or didn't and non of those cases have any relevance to this case. Those cases you mention happened in the UK, not abroad. I don't even know if CEOP were involved in those 3 cases. Different investigators act in different ways, i'm sure there were different officers working on the McCann case.  


and yes, as another poster has stated...the only person to answer the question as to why they have copies of the manuals is Jim Gamble, or the investigators he sent to the scene (names of all of the investigators involved will most certainly not be in the public domain).
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Post by aquila on 30.09.15 10:47

You have to ask yourself the very serious question as to the guidelines regarding the use and distribution of these CEOP manuals. Perhaps Mr Gamble can fill the public in on this - or perhaps he'll choose not to and claim everyone was trying to be helpful and the various UK agencies were almost competing with each other (see Daily Telegraph article) and creating chaos whilst interfering with the 'haphazard' Portuguese police investigation and causing bad feeling across the water.

Somewhere there are strict guidelines as to the distribution of CEOP manuals. If there weren't anyone could have access to them. So where does it say in the guidelines that the parents of a missing child (and Jim is quoted as saying look at the parents first) should have access to CEOP manuals which are presumably for CEOP/Police use?

Just an observation.
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@aquila wrote:You have to ask yourself the very serious question as to the guidelines regarding the use and distribution of these CEOP manuals.
Neither you or I know these guidelines.
Perhaps Mr Gamble can fill the public in on this - or perhaps he'll choose not to and claim everyone was trying to be helpful and the various UK agencies were almost competing with each other (see Daily Telegraph article) and creating chaos whilst interfering with the 'haphazard' Portuguese police investigation and causing bad feeling across the water.
I suspect someone would've got a talking to for either mistakenly leaving them there, giving them to the family after pressure from the pair, or letting them get 'acquired' by Gerry without knowing (we can only speculate as to which of those is the truth)

Somewhere there are strict guidelines as to the distribution of CEOP manuals. If there weren't anyone could have access to them.
I doubt they are handed out as standard practice So where does it say in the guidelines that the parents of a missing child (and Jim is quoted as saying look at the parents first) should have access to CEOP manuals which are presumably for CEOP/Police use?
It would not say that anywhere.  See above for options of how they got their hands on them

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