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Post by bristow on 17.10.12 21:10

Does anyone know whether Martin Grime is under any legal obligation to keep quiet about his involvement with the Madeleine McCann case?

Has anyone here ever written to him about the case and what his thoughts are about it?

Someone earlier today (can't remember which thread) said it would be good to get him on this site, gosh it would excellent.

I wonder if he would come here and post but could it jeopardise the review/case?

(Sorry for the 101 questions!)
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Post by Guest on 17.10.12 21:20

Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.
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Post by bristow on 17.10.12 22:02

candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.

Thanks candyfloss, hmmm how strange though that he has been told not to comment!

I have found a few links to Martin Grime but look forward to your link too.
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Post by Guest on 17.10.12 22:05

bristow wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.

Thanks candyfloss, hmmm how strange though that he has been told not to comment!

I have found a few links to Martin Grime but look forward to your link too.



It's only a couple of lines at the end of an article about the McCanns saying just that he can't comment on the case, and I'm damned if I can find it. I have posted it here before though. Will look tomorrow when I am not so tired.
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Post by Nina on 17.10.12 22:27

candyfloss wrote:
bristow wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.

Thanks candyfloss, hmmm how strange though that he has been told not to comment!

I have found a few links to Martin Grime but look forward to your link too.



It's only a couple of lines at the end of an article about the McCanns saying just that he can't comment on the case, and I'm damned if I can find it. I have posted it here before though. Will look tomorrow when I am not so tired.

Candyfloss you must be shattered with all the carryings on on the forum, Turn the light off and get to bed empathy and thank you to you and all admin for keeping this forum what it is, a place full of facts and research roses

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Post by Da Troof on 17.10.12 22:28

agree agreed goodpost thanks

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Post by Guest on 17.10.12 22:30

Nina wrote:
candyfloss wrote:
bristow wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.

Thanks candyfloss, hmmm how strange though that he has been told not to comment!

I have found a few links to Martin Grime but look forward to your link too.



It's only a couple of lines at the end of an article about the McCanns saying just that he can't comment on the case, and I'm damned if I can find it. I have posted it here before though. Will look tomorrow when I am not so tired.

Candyfloss you must be shattered with all the carryings on on the forum, Turn the light off and get to bed and thank you to you and all admin for keeping this forum what it is, a place full of facts and research

Thank you Nina, that is very kind I have to stay up though cos I'm just cooking supper for hubby who is on a late shift, but yes I am shattered.
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Post by sharonl on 17.10.12 23:45

Quite a lengthy video of the dogs at work with commentary from Martin here


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Post by PeterMac on 18.10.12 7:27

candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.
If he is sent a witness summons / subpoena he will have to testify in court. On oath !
That should be very interesting.

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Post by Guest on 18.10.12 9:57

PeterMac wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.
If he is sent a witness summons / subpoena he will have to testify in court. On oath !
That should be very interesting.
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Since Judge Tugendhat has mentioned a full libel trial with witnesses and dog evidence, could Grimes be called as a witness?
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Post by PeterMac on 18.10.12 11:08

Châtelaine wrote:
PeterMac wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.
If he is sent a witness summons / subpoena he will have to testify in court. On oath !
That should be very interesting.
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Since Judge Tugendhat has mentioned a full libel trial with witnesses and dog evidence, could Grimes be called as a witness?
A Court can pretty well call who it likes.

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Post by aquila on 18.10.12 11:13

PeterMac wrote:
Châtelaine wrote:
PeterMac wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.
If he is sent a witness summons / subpoena he will have to testify in court. On oath !
That should be very interesting.
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Since Judge Tugendhat has mentioned a full libel trial with witnesses and dog evidence, could Grimes be called as a witness?
A Court can pretty well call who it likes.

I'm a bit lost here. IF a full libel trial comes and witnesses are called who is bearing the cost of these witnesses? As I understand it is for the 'accused' in a libel trial to prove against the allegations made. I may have this all wrong.
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Post by Guest on 18.10.12 11:22

PeterMac wrote:
Châtelaine wrote:
PeterMac wrote:
candyfloss wrote:Martin Grime has been told not to comment on this case, will see if I can find the link.
If he is sent a witness summons / subpoena he will have to testify in court. On oath !
That should be very interesting.
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Since Judge Tugendhat has mentioned a full libel trial with witnesses and dog evidence, could Grimes be called as a witness?
A Court can pretty well call who it likes.

Wasn't it the case that Mr Amaral called a serving British Police Officer to testify at his trial and this was not allowed by our Police force or Government, can't remember which now.
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Post by Guest on 18.10.12 11:33

I know who you mean, Candyfloss. He has a Portuguese name but works/worked for Scotland Yard. The name just won't come to mind at the moment :-(
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Post by Guest on 18.10.12 11:42

Châtelaine wrote:I know who you mean, Candyfloss. He has a Portuguese name but works/worked for Scotland Yard. The name just won't come to mind at the moment :-(

Found it..........

Maddie Case: British Cop invokes state secrets privilege to refuse to testify





Jose De Freitas, Detective Sergeant
Metropolitan Police, UK, Liaison officer



A detective sergeant from Scotland Yard invokes "State immunity" and obligation of secrecy on the investigations of the Maddie case to refuse to testify tomorrow, Tuesday, at the beginning of the trial that opposes the McCann couple to the former coordinator of the PJ, Gonçalo Amaral.



More on link....

http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2010/01/maddie-case-british-cop-invokes-state.html
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Post by Guest on 18.10.12 11:45

Hmm so just why was he not allowed to testify on behalf of Mr Amaral. What would he have said.......that involved state secrets. The mind boggles.

I don't think you would be able to get Mr Grime anywhere near a courtroom, if you go by the above.
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Post by Guest on 18.10.12 15:53

candyfloss wrote:Hmm so just why was he not allowed to testify on behalf of Mr Amaral. What would he have said.......that involved state secrets. The mind boggles.

I don't think you would be able to get Mr Grime anywhere near a courtroom, if you go by the above.
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He can testify in the USofA and is under contract with the FBI. I agree it might be difficult to get him testify, but I don't think it's impossible. I just doubt if anyone would call him as a witness in either two pending trials ... My hopes are on my Nr. 1 favourite judge for the moment yes
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