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Attorney General’s Office received no request for judiciary assistance over Madeleine McCann - Joana Morais

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Post by tigger on 05.07.13 15:13

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The Attorney General’s Office has ascertained, this Thursday, that “no request for mutual judiciary assistance has been received” from the British authorities, within the scope of the investigation that has been opened in London into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in the Algarve, in 2007.

In a reply to news agency LUSA, the Attorney General’s Office clarified that “the obtaining of evidence, in Portugal, presupposes the presentation of a mutual judiciary assistance request, usually known as rogatory letter, whose execution has to be authorized by the Portuguese judiciary authorities”.

“The execution of the request has to be integrally assured by the Portuguese authorities, whether the judiciary or the police, as sovereign authorities that they are. The British authorities cannot act, on their own, in Portugal”, the Attorney General’s Office states.

It is added that if “their traveling to Portugal is allowed in order to assist the Portuguese authorities in the execution of the aforementioned mutual judiciary assistance request, a participation that is carried out in the role of an assistant”, the British police “cannot direct any questioning or carry out any diligence, of their own initiative, in Portugal”.

Meanwhile, the authorities in London have confirmed that there are Portuguese citizens among the 38 persons of interest that the British police wishes to question within the investigation that was opened in that country into the disappearance of the little British girl Madeleine McCann, which took place in Praia da Luz, in Lagos, Algarve, on the 3rd of May 2007.

Several weeks ago, the British press had already advanced the possibility that Scotland Yard would open its own investigation into the case, following the review that was opened in 2011 after the intervention of prime minister David Cameron.

At that time, the police confirmed that a delegation of high ranking officials from the Crown Prosecution and British detectives visited Portugal in mid-April in order to discuss the next steps to take with the Portuguese authorities.

The parents and another British citizen, Robert Murat, were made arguidos by the Portuguese judiciary authorities in July 2007, but on the 21st of July of 2008, the Attorney General’s Office ordered the suspicions to be archived, which ended the investigation.

The Portuguese Public Ministry has always admitted reopening the case if new data about the child’s disappearance appears.

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Re: Attorney General’s Office received no request for judiciary assistance over Madeleine McCann - Joana Morais

Post by jozi on 05.07.13 16:28

@tigger wrote:Joana Morais

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5 July 2013



The Attorney General’s Office has ascertained, this Thursday, that “no request for mutual judiciary assistance has been received” from the British authorities, within the scope of the investigation that has been opened in London into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in the Algarve, in 2007.

In a reply to news agency LUSA, the Attorney General’s Office clarified that “the obtaining of evidence, in Portugal, presupposes the presentation of a mutual judiciary assistance request, usually known as rogatory letter, whose execution has to be authorized by the Portuguese judiciary authorities”.

“The execution of the request has to be integrally assured by the Portuguese authorities, whether the judiciary or the police, as sovereign authorities that they are. The British authorities cannot act, on their own, in Portugal”, the Attorney General’s Office states.

It is added that if “their traveling to Portugal is allowed in order to assist the Portuguese authorities in the execution of the aforementioned mutual judiciary assistance request, a participation that is carried out in the role of an assistant”, the British police “cannot direct any questioning or carry out any diligence, of their own initiative, in Portugal”.

Meanwhile, the authorities in London have confirmed that there are Portuguese citizens among the 38 persons of interest that the British police wishes to question within the investigation that was opened in that country into the disappearance of the little British girl Madeleine McCann, which took place in Praia da Luz, in Lagos, Algarve, on the 3rd of May 2007.

Several weeks ago, the British press had already advanced the possibility that Scotland Yard would open its own investigation into the case, following the review that was opened in 2011 after the intervention of prime minister David Cameron.

Several weeks ago, the British press had already advanced the possibility that Scotland Yard would open its own investigation into the case, following the review that was opened in 2011 after the intervention of prime minister David Cameron.
The parents and another British citizen, Robert Murat, were made arguidos by the Portuguese judiciary authorities in July 2007, but on the 21st of July of 2008, the Attorney General’s Office ordered the suspicions to be archived, which ended the investigation.

The Portuguese Public Ministry has always admitted reopening the case if new data about the child’s disappearance appears.

in Jornal de Notícias, 05.07.2013

Hi Tigger
Do you think that the Portuguese are keeping quiet about all this, they do have secrecy rules ?

The Crown Prosecution were there to see IF the evidence CAN be brought to a successful trial ?

I don't think SY can act alone without the Portuguese being in favour and if they try to whitewash this Portugal will not stand by and let them ?
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Post by sharonl on 06.07.13 8:45

Attorney General’s Office received no request for judiciary assistance over Maddie

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http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2013/07/attorney-generals-office-received-no.html


The Attorney General’s Office has ascertained, this Thursday, that “no request for mutual judiciary assistance has been received” from the British authorities, within the scope of the investigation that has been opened in London into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in the Algarve, in 2007.

In a reply to news agency LUSA, the Attorney General’s Office clarified that “the obtaining of evidence, in Portugal, presupposes the presentation of a mutual judiciary assistance request, usually known as rogatory letter, whose execution has to be authorized by the Portuguese judiciary authorities”.

“The execution of the request has to be integrally assured by the Portuguese authorities, whether the judiciary or the police, as sovereign authorities that they are. The British authorities cannot act, on their own, in Portugal”, the Attorney General’s Office states.

It is added that if “their traveling to Portugal is allowed in order to assist the Portuguese authorities in the execution of the aforementioned mutual judiciary assistance request, a participation that is carried out in the role of an assistant”, the British police “cannot direct any questioning or carry out any diligence, of their own initiative, in Portugal”.

Meanwhile, the authorities in London have confirmed that there are Portuguese citizens among the 38 persons of interest that the British police wishes to question within the investigation that was opened in that country into the disappearance of the little British girl Madeleine McCann, which took place in Praia da Luz, in Lagos, Algarve, on the 3rd of May 2007.

Several weeks ago, the British press had already advanced the possibility that Scotland Yard would open its own investigation into the case, following the review that was opened in 2011 after the intervention of prime minister David Cameron.

At that time, the police confirmed that a delegation of high ranking officials from the Crown Prosecution and British detectives visited Portugal in mid-April in order to discuss the next steps to take with the Portuguese authorities.

The parents and another British citizen, Robert Murat, were made arguidos by the Portuguese judiciary authorities in July 2007, but on the 21st of July of 2008, the Attorney General’s Office ordered the suspicions to be archived, which ended the investigation.

The Portuguese Public Ministry has always admitted reopening the case if new data about the child’s disappearance appears.

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Re: Attorney General’s Office received no request for judiciary assistance over Madeleine McCann - Joana Morais

Post by suzyjohnson on 06.07.13 8:50

As Tigger suggested, this could be merged with Poutuguese Contradict SY Statements, also the new thread this morning from sharonl


Well, jozi, now it seems the PJ are not exactly keeping quiet about this.

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Re: Attorney General’s Office received no request for judiciary assistance over Madeleine McCann - Joana Morais

Post by jeanmonroe on 06.07.13 9:32

CPS and SY trying to get at files their mates the McCanns couldn't get!

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Re: Attorney General’s Office received no request for judiciary assistance over Madeleine McCann - Joana Morais

Post by lj on 06.07.13 21:30

@jeanmonroe wrote:CPS and SY trying to get at files their mates the McCanns couldn't get!

yep, I think so too.

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Re: Attorney General’s Office received no request for judiciary assistance over Madeleine McCann - Joana Morais

Post by tigger on 06.07.13 21:47

@jozi
Sorry, didn't see your post. It beats me why the CPS were there, it's all back to front. The McCanns could have been prosecuted in the UK for leaving their children alone even though it happened in another country. I don't know if they could be prosecuted for anything else. The Ltd. Co. is not living up to its promise of transparency, there is no guarantee that the proceeds of the book were fully added to the Ltd. Co. even though the publishers make that promise on the cover of the book. So it would be logical for SY to check the books.

The impression given now is that SY and PJ will put their heads together and come up with an answer. Imo the 'aliveness' of Maddie is very much stressed by SY - which ignores serious evidence to the contrary. The fact that there was cadaver scent in 5a in specific locations relating only to the McCanns should weigh heavily, even if the DNA evidence is discounted.
But no, once again a live Maddie is the plat du jour - with creepy, rude, spotty moustached man in a hellish liar for six years?

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