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WHEN will we see the PJ 'working' in the UK?

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WHEN will we see the PJ 'working' in the UK?

Post by jeanmonroe on 07.12.13 13:40

Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said: "One thing we'd like to see in the future is a joint investigation team which comes under the European community. It is a possibility legally, and we're working together at a political level, and at a police and judicial level, to see how we can construct that.

"There are two separate inquiries with a different focus - we've got one particular set of lines of inquiry and they have a different one. But it's important that we work together on what is clearly a common problem.

"It's a formal arrangement, it allows officers from each country to work in the other country, it gives them powers associated with that, and it's an efficient way of doing it.
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As BHH has said 'it allows officers from each country to work in the other country, and gives them powers associated with that............."

WHEN will we see the PJ 'working in the UK' to 'solve the 'mystery' of a child's 'disappearance'?

POWERS 'associated'?

Surely that means 'powers' to re-interview people, just to confirm the sworn, signed statements they gave, are totally true, dosen't it?
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WHY 'political' level?

Surely this is ONLY a case for police, from wherever, to discover what happened to a 'missing' child?

WHAT has politics got to do with THAT?

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Re: WHEN will we see the PJ 'working' in the UK?

Post by NickE on 07.12.13 21:48

A stupid question, but.....
If there is a joint investigation between SY and PJ what happens with DNA samples from the McCanns car?
As I understand it,the DNA marks have been sufficient for a prosecution in England but not in Portugal.
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Re: WHEN will we see the PJ 'working' in the UK?

Post by Guest on 07.12.13 21:52

Interesting question ...
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Post by ultimaThule on 07.12.13 22:05

Interesting choice of words by BH-H "But it's important that we work together on what is clearly a common problem"

What is the "common problem"?
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Post by Guest on 07.12.13 22:16

@ultimaThule wrote:Interesting choice of words by BH-H "But it's important that we work together on what is clearly a common problem"

What is the "common problem"?
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IMO "hard" evidence - as opposed to a wealth of circumstantial ???
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Re: WHEN will we see the PJ 'working' in the UK?

Post by ultimaThule on 08.12.13 4:03

I was thinking more in terms of the 'common problem' being something which is an embarrassment to both countries.
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Post by aiyoyo on 08.12.13 7:04

Maybe it's worst - common problem is cant solve the case.
What is taking them so long? Even if they're aiming for joint investigation surely that's a matter of operation why the need to announce that?

Why would that be in the public interest to know how the investigation is structured or will operate henceforth?
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Re: WHEN will we see the PJ 'working' in the UK?

Post by Seek truth on 08.12.13 8:53

But will the portuguese be allowed to talk?

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