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More again!! MIRROR 17/2/14 -Maddie cops hunt no1 suspect's gang

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Post by diatribe on 17.02.14 15:41

The only way that the Met. police investigation would make any kind of sense if they weren't in fact investigating the disappearance of the McCann's daughter, but were in fact formulating a case with respect to the fraudulent setting up of a fund which they would have jurisdiction over. Not only that, they would also have direct access to all the relevant information because it was set up in the UK, is a UK registered company and all the relevent documentation would be lodged in the UK.

Because of the fact that any charges relating to the disappearance and fund are dependent upon one another, it would then make sense to liase with the Portugese police who in turn would be dealing with the former investigation whilst leaving the latter to the Met. police. That's the only way I can justify the initiation of the current ongoing investigation by Scotland Yard.

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Post by Tangled Web on 17.02.14 15:48

@PeterMac wrote:
@rustyjames wrote:
@Tangled Web wrote:Is this normal procedure when police 'interrogate' somebody? Would police not just turn up at her address? Were they even 'real' police or journalists?

This was the first thought I had.  However informal the questions, (and actually they are described as "grilling her"), then they would either be at home or at a police station not in a public place.  Also the article says she didn't know what it was about beforehand so this was before all the media late last year, therefore whoever interviewed her had no idea how she would react.

And even more bizarrely, the officers did not ask to look into the Hellish Lair in the basement to see if she was still there.
Nor in the attic, nor behind the tool shed in the garden.
No. Just an informal chat over a sardine sandwich at a nearby café
They had her phone number - how ?

This is almost the most stupid piece of McMitchell tripe for well over a week, actually.


What sane person agrees to meet strangers in a cafe who claim to be police? Has the rest of the world actually gone mad or have we?

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Post by Guest on 17.02.14 15:53

Back in october, when the 'news' about Big Bad EM first hit the Media, missus EM immediately talked to the Portuguese newspapers, sounding:

1. astounded;
2. very, very hurt;
3. white-hot with anger

If she appears to have simmered down now, even providing pics of mr EM and of herself to the British Media, the question could -just could- arise if some money changed hands, and if she's not been made an offer she couldn'r refuse

As in: "Here you are love, your way and your childrens way out of poverty. Just sign here on the dot, and all you want is yours for the asking
And, as for mr. EM, the poor devil; well, he's dead now anyway, and you know he would always have wanted the best for you and the children, innit?"

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Post by jeanmonroe on 17.02.14 16:08

Or Mrs EM was about to sue the a*se off the Mirror!

£20,000 and just sign this bit of paper, luv.

If journo's not police at cafe.

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Post by Cristobell on 17.02.14 16:21

@Portia wrote:Back in october, when the 'news' about Big Bad EM first hit the Media, missus EM immediately talked to the Portuguese newspapers, sounding:

1. astounded;
2. very, very hurt;
3. white-hot with anger

If she appears to have simmered down now, even providing pics of mr EM and of herself to the British Media, the question could -just could- arise if some money changed hands, and if she's not been made an offer she couldn'r refuse

As in: "Here you are love, your way and your childrens way out of poverty. Just sign here on the dot, and all you want is yours for the asking
And, as for mr. EM, the poor devil; well, he's dead now anyway, and you know he would always have wanted the best for you and the children, innit?"

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Sounds about right Portia!

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Post by Cristobell on 17.02.14 16:30

@diatribe wrote:The only way that the Met. police investigation would make any kind of sense if they weren't in fact investigating the disappearance of the McCann's daughter, but were in fact formulating a case with respect to the fraudulent setting up of a fund which they would have jurisdiction over. Not only that, they would also have direct access to all the relevant information because it was set up in the UK, is a UK registered company and all the relevent documentation would be lodged in the UK.

Because of the fact that any charges relating to the disappearance and fund are dependent upon one another, it would then make sense to liase with the Portugese police who in turn would be dealing with the former investigation whilst leaving the latter to the Met. police. That's the only way I can justify the initiation of the current ongoing investigation by Scotland Yard.


Makes sense Diatribe, the Portuguese cannot prosecute the McCanns for the Fund, only the British can do that. Having said that and thinking aloud, strictly speaking, the case is being investigated by homicide detectives from Scotland Yard rather than the Fraud Squad. Of course, they may well be involved, SY are only telling us what they want us (and other interested parties) to know.

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