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Post by maebee on 24.02.14 22:52

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British diplomat warned Foreign Office of concerns over McCanns
The Foreign Office was alerted to fears over Gerry and Kate McCann by a British diplomat in Portugal just days after their daughter Madeleine went missing.

The diplomat was sent to the holiday resort of Praia da Luz in the days following the four-year-old's disappearance and soon became concerned over "inconsistencies" in the testimonies by her parents and their friends.

After visiting the McCanns, the unnamed diplomat sent a report to the Foreign Office in London, admitting his worries about "confused declarations" of the McCanns' movements on the night of May 3.
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He also noted the couple's "lack of co-operation" with the Portuguese police.

The diplomat's concerns were made over four months before Gerry and Kate were named arguidos (suspects) on September 7.

Contents of the letter were leaked to Belgian newspaper La Dernière Heure over the weekend.

The diplomat expressed his fears after receiving instruction from the Foreign Office to provide "all possible assistance to the McCann couple".

The French-language paper printed excerpts of the letter, quoting the diplomat as saying: "With the greatest respect, I would like to make you aware of the risks and implications to our relationship with the Portuguese authorities, if you consider the possible involvement of the couple.

"Please confirm to me, in the light of these concerns, that we want to continue to be closely involved in the case as was requested in your previous ­message."

Although the Government was quick to assist the McCanns in the days following Madeleine's disappearance, direct contact with the couple ceased when they were named as suspects.

La Dernière Heure pointed out that a majority of the diplomats originally involved in the case have now been taken off it.
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The then-Prime Minister Tony Blair sent special envoy Sheree Dodd to act as a "media liaison officer" for the pair soon after Madeleine vanished.

Ms Dodd has since resigned from the Foreign Office, while the British consul in the Algarve, Bill Henderson, has retired.

John Buck, the British ambassador in Portugal, no longer works in the country.


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Post by maebee on 24.02.14 23:00

Shame on John Buck for not telling what he suspected.

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Post by marconi on 24.02.14 23:36

This is a scandal. I Always wondered whether he had seen that the shutters were not broken.
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Post by lj on 25.02.14 1:13

i see the dirty laundry is omitted on Saturday.

Very good to bring this back up Maebee, and I think we don't know the half of it.

On a positive side: there was a lot of snickering going on in diplomatic circles how British ambassadors had to babysit the pathetic parents, who were to cheap to hire a babysit.

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Post by magrat70 on 25.02.14 12:12

Interesting and maybe a hope the msm are less scared of team McCann
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Post by Who?What?Where? on 25.02.14 23:32

"With the greatest respect, I would like to make you aware of the risks and implications to our relationship with the Portuguese authorities, if you consider the possible involvement of the couple.
"Please confirm to me, in the light of these concerns, that we want to continue to be closely involved in the case as was requested in your previous ­message."

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If that statement has been reported correctly, then there are something's in there, that make me feel very uneasy.
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Post by SixMillionQuid on 26.02.14 9:22

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:"With the greatest respect, I would like to make you aware of the risks and implications to our relationship with the Portuguese authorities, if you consider the possible involvement of the couple.
"Please confirm to me, in the light of these concerns, that we want to continue to be closely involved in the case as was requested in your previous ­message."

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If that statement has been reported correctly, then there are something's in there, that make me feel very uneasy.
When you have people like that in charge how can you trust them?
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Post by Jemmied_Shatter on 27.02.14 11:27

So we are back to "Leicstershire spokeswomen, Conflicting reports, CEOP spokespersons Kidnapping EXPERTS no less" and finally leaks to newspapers. The diplomatic services especially the Ambassador works to a recorded diary. They cannot just disappear for a few hours. The key thing here is the reference to the CEOP who by their very nature have to consider all risks to children regardless of circumstance. The LAST people to be considered would have been the parents. It is well known that child disappearances involve 90% cases of family involvement, these are statistics that cannot be ignored. In their dealings with the police (their first port of call) they would have either been told nothing or have been advised from day one that the parents were not telling the truth. Also the CEOP would have automatically assertained that leaving children alone whilst the parents go out on the razz is absolute neglect, no more or less.
If the CEOP were involved at the level stated in this report and subsequently did nothing to throw themselves behind police investigations then I WILL PUBLICALLY STATE THAT THEY ARE CLEARLY NOT FIT FOR PURPOSE. This is not an opinion but based upon the facts as reporteded
Hopefully postings like this will shame at least one of the organisations who supposedly claim to protect " Children at Risk" to take action to protect the children of the vile parents that we know as the "Tapas 9".#
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