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Post by tasprin on 26.04.14 22:02

MADELEINE MCCANN: Sunday Express special investigation seven years on from disappearance

Seven years on from the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the Sunday Express has travelled back to Praia da Luz in Portugal.


By: James Murray
Sat, April 26, 2014  


Madeleine McCann went missing when she was three years old[PA]

Former Scotland Yard detective Peter Bleksley travelled to the resort with us and we will report tomorrow our exclusive and startling findings which shed new light on the youngster's disappearance.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/472596/MADELEINE-MCCANN-Sunday-Express-special-investigation-seven-years-on-from-disappearance

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Post by Guest on 26.04.14 22:26

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/413012/Yard-face-a-network-of-evil-Maddie-police-seeking-people-smuggling-ring

This is an earlier report from this "former top Scotland Yard detective" so we can safely assume that tomorrow's will be an unmitigated load of manure as well.
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Post by Nina on 26.04.14 22:34

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/413012/Yard-face-a-network-of-evil-Maddie-police-seeking-people-smuggling-ring

This is an earlier report from this "former top Scotland Yard detective" so we can safely assume that tomorrow's will be an unmitigated load of manure as well.
It sickens me to core that the great British public are being fed this tripe week in and week out.

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Post by aquila on 26.04.14 23:06

Nina wrote:
No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/413012/Yard-face-a-network-of-evil-Maddie-police-seeking-people-smuggling-ring

This is an earlier report from this "former top Scotland Yard detective" so we can safely assume that tomorrow's will be an unmitigated load of manure as well.
It sickens me to core that the great British public are being fed this tripe week in and week out.
It's disgraceful Nina but it's what we're used to - especially when anything seems to be moving along in the Libel trial or the anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance looms. It's now the sickening norm.

I just googled Peter Bleksley (I've never heard of him) and he's another 'expert' - he's also an author. I came across a blogger who doesn't seem to rate Bleksley.

http://bristle.wordpress.com/tag/peter-bleksley/
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Post by worriedmum on 26.04.14 23:19

Three words to help Peter Bleksley in his investigations...


Eddie

And


Keela
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Post by jeanmonroe on 27.04.14 2:15

IF IT'S A SUNDAY, ANOTHER EX MET COP 'CASHING IN' ON WEE MADDIE.

ALREADY ADMITTED HE'S GOT A FREE 'VISIT' TO PDL PAID BY EXPRESS.

STILL, GOTTA BE BETTER THAN 'INVESTIGATING' A 'MISSING' CHILD CASE IN RAINY BRIXTON!

ANDY'S 38 'ELITES' CAN'T FIND THE 'CIRCLE T-SHIRT' ORIGIN SINCE LAST CW

THIS 'WHIZZ' FINDS ALL ABOUT T-SHIRT, AS SOON AS HE TOUCHES GROUND IN PORTUGAL.

PERHAPS THE MET SHOULD RE-EMPLOY HIM TO 'REPLACE' DCI REDWOOD AT OPERATION STRANGE!

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Post by jeanmonroe on 27.04.14 2:32

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/472668/Found-Shirt-worn-by-Madeleine-McCann-suspect

Found: Shirt worn by Madeleine McCann suspect

A FORMER Scotland Yard detective has uncovered a sensational clue that could help solve the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

By: James MurrayPublished: Sun, April 27, 2014

Peter Bleksley believes the shirt worn by the prime suspect was a rare design produced by beer company Super Bock.
It was not sold but given away to loyal customers and should be possible to trace.
The suspect is a child sex attacker who has been operating for years in the area of Portugal where Madeleine vanished in 2007.
His burgundy coloured top with a distinctive white ­circle on the back was described by the families of two of his victims.
The Yard has released a picture of the long-sleeve T-shirt.
Mr Bleksley, 54, a founder member of the Yard’s undercover squad, said: “Some people have suggested it bore a resemblance to a strip once worn by the Arsenal football team.
“However, I think a more likely explanation could be that the man was wearing one of these Super Bock promotional T-shirts.
"From speaking to bar owners I know the design for these T-shirts changes every year and only a certain number are handed out to regular customers.
“Therefore, it would be possible to check back on all the designs and the years they were produced and see which one bears most similarity to that witnessed by families of victims.
“Then it would be possible to check the distribution of the T-shirts to see where they were given out.
"Not all pubs bother with the promotion so through a process of elimination it may be possible to narrow down where such shirts may have been handed out and then bar owners could be asked about their customers.
“We know that some victims said the man smelt of stale alcohol and tobacco and that he had a pot belly, so that would suggest he was a regular drinker or may have worked in a pub or restaurant.
We know that some victims said the man smelt of stale alcohol and tobacco and that he had a pot belly, so that would suggest he was a regular drinker or may have worked in a pub or restaurant
Peter Bleksley
“The man appears to target his victims after watching families and working out how to get into their holiday apartments, suggesting he is methodical and has his own modus operandi.”
The distinctive Super Bock logo of a white circle on a maroon background is used on signs outside pubs across Portugal.
In the Algarve resort of Carvoeiro we found a tradesman wearing one of the shirts with the words Super Man on it. He said he had owned the shirt for a number of years.
Last week the Sunday Express flew Mr Bleksley to the Algarve to assess the progress of the Yard’s investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance from her family’s holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on May 3, 2007, seven years ago this Saturday, when she was approaching her fourth birthday.
He arrived just as Scotland Yard announced that there were five more attacks on British girls in and around Luz, including a disturbing sexual assault on a girl of 10 in 2005 in the very resort from where Madeleine disappeared two years later.
The Yard are looking at 18 potentially linked cases of someone entering holiday homes.
They are focusing on 12 break-ins during which nine girls were attacked and three other cases described as near-misses.
Mr Bleksley said: “The Yard has a massive job on its hands to look into all these crimes and every tiny clue is important.
"The one solid clue comes from two families who report the intruder as wearing the top with the distinctive white circle.”
Mr Bleksley, whose book on unsolved murders, called Ten Most Wanted, highlighted shortcomings in police investigations, has analysed the McCann files for the Sunday Express.
He suggested it was time to go back to square one, with a new forensic sweep of material from the holiday apartment where she vanished.
Last week Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood revealed that some of the attacks on British girls had been reported to the GNR, the military-style police force that investigates minor crimes, but it appears the information was not passed on to the Policia Judiciaria, equivalent of the British CID.
Mr Bleksley said: “I was very alarmed to hear Mr Redwood suggest there may be forensic material relating to some of these attacks sitting in a GNR cupboard somewhere.
"Clearly, if this is the case these exhibits need to be found urgently.
“In fact, I would go further and say there needs to be a full re-examination of all known material on all 18 of the break-ins and particularly those during which girls were assaulted.”
He believes there should also be a full review of all forensics relating to Madeleine’s disappearance from apartment 5a of the Ocean Club.
“There was a case I looked into for my book where a review of all the forensics on the murder of a woman was re-examined 10 years after the crime and a breakthrough was made which led to a charge of murder.
“Forensic techniques are continually evolving and improving and I think the Yard should consider whether there would be any value in conducting further forensic tests of material from apartment 5a.
“An abductor may have come into contact with bed linen, door handles, door frames, walls, furniture and there could be minute traces from which it was not possible to obtain a profile then but may be possible now.
“If a profile was obtained from 5a it would be very interesting to see if it matched profiles taken from scenes of crime where British girls were attacked in apartments or villas.
“I sincerely hope the Met and the PJ work in tandem towards a shared goal. If these offences had happened in Britain, the victims would have been interviewed on video and the information processed and cross referenced to see if there were similarities to other reported offences and to see if a pattern emerged.
“This obviously was not done in Portugal so the Yard had to go right back to square one.”
Scotland Yard declined to comment last night but said anyone with information should call police on 020 7321 9251 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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He suggested it was time to go back to square one, with a new forensic sweep of material from the holiday apartment where she vanished.
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He believes there should also be a full review of all forensics relating to Madeleine’s disappearance from apartment 5a of the Ocean Club.
“There was a case I looked into for my book where a review of all the forensics on the murder of a woman was re-examined 10 years after the crime and a breakthrough was made which led to a charge of murder.
“Forensic techniques are continually evolving and improving and I think the Yard should consider whether there would be any value in conducting further forensic tests of material from apartment 5a.
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Gerry and Kate will be PLEASED!
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Mr Bleksley, whose book on unsolved murders, called Ten Most Wanted, highlighted shortcomings in police investigations, has analysed the McCann files for the Sunday Express.
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"HAS ANALYSED THE MCCANN FILES"!
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OH GOOD! THEN HE'S 'FOUND/READ' ALL THE DISCREPANCIES AND CONTRADICTIONS IN THE T9'S 'STATEMENTS.

AND IF HE HAS 'ACTUALLY' ANALYSED THE 'FILES' HE COULD NOT HAVE MISSED THE EVRD DOG REPORTS AND THE PJ'S 'CONCLUSIONS' COULD HE?

Or THIS 'GEM' FROM KM IN HER BEWK

p. 316

In his statement to the Court, the Assistant Chief Constable of Leicestershire Police wrote: “While one or both of them may be innocent, there is no clear evidence that eliminates them from involvement in Madeleine’s disappearance”. Dr Kate: “We were completely staggered. No evidence to eliminate us?…that line stuck in our heads as ‘guilty until proven innocent’.” Dr McCann said they made ‘a tactical retreat’ to ‘accept a smaller amount of information’: “Having to withdraw was quite galling…”

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Post by jeanmonroe on 27.04.14 3:01

Perhaps the FORMER Scotland Yard detective Peter Bleksley and reporter for the Express, James Murray will be 'visiting' a certain David Payne, in Leicestershire, the holidaying friend of the McCanns, in PDL, 3rd May 2007, who KNOWS a 'few things that are pertinent and relevent to establish the material TRUTH' (about a child's 'disappearance) but he hasn't told the police, or anyone else, what those 'few things' are.

Perhaps he'll 'tell' Peter and James, when they 'visit' him!

And then, I 'woke up'!

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Post by SixMillionQuid on 27.04.14 7:41

"An abductor may have come into contact with bed linen, door handles, door frames, walls, furniture and there could be minute traces from which it was not possible to obtain a profile then but may be possible now.


If a profile was obtained from 5a it would be very interesting to see if it matched profiles taken from scenes of crime where British girls were attacked in apartments or villas."

That's amazing. Unknown persons have recovered forensics from the apartments where the girls were attacked while no official investigation has been carried out and the parents don't seemed to be bothered?

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Post by plebgate on 27.04.14 8:05

Good  point Six Mill.

I would have liked to have seen Daily Express hire the service of PeterM, now that would have held my interest for a lot longer than this Sunday morning story. yawn.  

The headline that this cop has found the shirt that pot belly man was wearing is also misleading imo, I really thought before reading the article that HIS ACTUAL SHIRT had been found.   

Is it any wonder we get fed up to the back teeth with this sort of article?

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Post by Seek truth on 27.04.14 8:16

For heavens SAKE !
Ask KATE !!

In her book, she mentions she heard that girls were being attacked in the apartments.
Where did she get that info from?

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Post by Seek truth on 27.04.14 8:34

Just found Super bock red t shirts for sale on coisas.com!

With superman on it.

Didn't they say they were only given out?

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Post by Guest on 27.04.14 9:20

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/413012/Yard-face-a-network-of-evil-Maddie-police-seeking-people-smuggling-ring

This is an earlier report from this "former top Scotland Yard detective" so we can safely assume that tomorrow's will be an unmitigated load of manure as well.

The brotherhood / retired SY community must surely be getting desperate now promoting this claptrap.
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Post by aiyoyo on 27.04.14 9:26

Mr Bleksley said: “I was very alarmed to hear Mr Redwood suggest there may be forensic material relating to some of these attacks sitting in a GNR cupboard somewhere.
"Clearly, if this is the case these exhibits need to be found urgently.
“In fact, I would go further and say there needs to be a full re-examination of all known material on all 18 of the break-ins and particularly those during which girls were assaulted.”
He believes there should also be a full review of all forensics relating to Madeleine’s disappearance from apartment 5a of the Ocean Club.
“There was a case I looked into for my book where a review of all the forensics on the murder of a woman was re-examined 10 years after the crime and a breakthrough was made which led to a charge of murder.
“Forensic techniques are continually evolving and improving and I think the Yard should consider whether there would be any value in conducting further forensic tests of material from apartment 5a.
“An abductor may have come into contact with bed linen, door handles, door frames, walls, furniture and there could be minute traces from which it was not possible to obtain a profile then but may be possible now.
“If a profile was obtained from 5a it would be very interesting to see if it matched profiles taken from scenes of crime where British girls were attacked in apartments or villas.
“I sincerely hope the Met and the PJ work in tandem towards a shared goal. If these offences had happened in Britain, the victims would have been interviewed on video and the information processed and cross referenced to see if there were similarities to other reported offences and to see if a pattern emerged.
“This obviously was not done in Portugal so the Yard had to go right back to square one.”

Mr Barksays rent-a-cop gob statements seem interchangeable with Mr Fairy Mccann.

He certainly was given a lot of info from camp Mccann.

He must either be a disgrace ex-cop else what does he thinks the Police are doing all this while if not look at forensics among other things !




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Post by aiyoyo on 27.04.14 9:31



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Post by PeterMac on 27.04.14 9:57

And did 20 years in the Met, eventually becoming a detective.
Probably, after 6 - 10 years in uniform - but I am guessing.
But let us be thankful for small mercies,
He is not making the ludicrous claims about his service that MW-T does.

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Post by Doug D on 27.04.14 9:59

No comments allowed on this complete non-story of course.
 
It’s a complete disgrace that it even ends up in print, let alone the front page. I dread to think what we have got to come over the next couple of weeks if this is the marker to go on.

Looking for any sort of positive from the story, it does say:

'Mr Bleksley, whose book on unsolved murders, called Ten Most Wanted, highlighted shortcomings in police investigations, has analysed the McCann files for the Sunday Express.

He suggested it was time to go back to square one, with a new forensic sweep of material from the holiday apartment where she vanished'.

which is the probably the closest namedrop to the files we have seen recently, but is probably too obscure to get the masses to dig further and based on this sort of drivel is more likely to put them off. 

Is he suggesting that Redwood's trip down memory lane hasn't already taken him back to 'square one'?

Would a 'new forensic sweep' include the blood/body fluids found and would they be sent to a lab. which could be relied on to actually come up with proper results, without subsequent 'pressurised' back-tracking? 

OT.
Looking to see the Express comments, I came across a Cliff story, from last Sunday, which did have comments & they had published comments underneath regarding  ‘Kitty’ & the ‘Elm House Guest List’ which I found surprising.

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Post by Woofer on 27.04.14 10:03

I always think a pic helps - one gets a feeling from a face.


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Post by PeterMac on 27.04.14 10:05

MILLIE wrote:
No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/413012/Yard-face-a-network-of-evil-Maddie-police-seeking-people-smuggling-ring
This is an earlier report from this "former top Scotland Yard detective" so we can safely assume that tomorrow's will be an unmitigated load of manure as well.
The brotherhood / retired SY community must surely be getting desperate now promoting this claptrap.

And the beauty of that article is this, - middle bit SNIPPED
By: James MurrayPublished: Sun, July 7, 2013

Senior officers have not imposed a blackout but have appealed to the media to exercise “restraint” in the coming weeks, when some arrests are expected.
Ah, yes. I remember it well !

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Post by Woofer on 27.04.14 10:09

I can`t believe the Sunday Express are really playing along with the other bent MSM - could this just be a piss take?

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Post by Doug D on 27.04.14 10:14

From the same article:
 
‘He said a news blackout could be invoked so sensitive inquiries can be carried out in secrecy.’
 
Yes please!

Do us all a favour!

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Post by Guest on 27.04.14 10:17

http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Gangbuster%3A+Years+under+cover+had+made+me+a+monster..+I+was+in+too...-a074471909

How the "best undercover officer Scotland Yard had ever had" came to leave the force. By Detective Constable Bleksley. Oh dear. 'I was the best...' he claims, in his own words. The hierarchy of detective ranks in the UK:

"A Detective Constable (DC) is a police officer who, after two years training, has transferred into a specialist area like the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) or other investigative unit.The rank is not senior to that of a police constable (PC).Once a detective, promotion through the ranks is as follows, starting from lowest to highest;

DC - Detective Constable

DS - Detective Sergeant

DI - Detective Inspector

DCI - Detective Chief Inspector

D/SUPT - Detective Superintendent

D/Chief SUPT - Detective Chief superintendent."
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Post by PeterMac on 27.04.14 10:29

Dee Coy wrote:http://www.thefreelibrary.com/Gangbuster%3A+Years+under+cover+had+made+me+a+monster..+I+was+in+too...-a074471909
How the "best undercover officer Scotland Yard had ever had" came to leave the force. By Detective Constable Bleksley. Oh dear. 'I was the best...' he claims, in his own words. The hierarchy of detective ranks in the UK:
And he freely admits that he was suffering severe mental illness.


In my deranged state, I was intent on bringing the stool down on his head and smashing his brains in.
This was the moment I completely lost it - the moment I nearly killed a good friend in cold blood
All those years undercover - a decade of lying and cheating, of constantly swapping identities and living on my nerves just to stay one step ahead of the dregs I mixed with - had finally taken their toll.
The never-ending pressures of being in so deep and the constant threat from the Mafia - who had taken out a pounds 100,000 contract on my life - had turned me into a monster.
I didn't realise it but I had become a nightmare to live and work with.
My girlfriend had even attempted suicide because she couldn't bear the strain of my vicious mood swings.
I was unwilling - or unable - to face up to the truth. Yet I was about to lose it big time and when I did, I also lost the career I loved.

I was off my trolley and had become a danger to other people.
Superman had broken down and no one knew how to fix him.
Eventually, doctors at Greenwich Hospital in South London spent hours probing the deepest recesses of my mind and treating me with drugs.
It really worked - but by then my career was over.
Since I went off the rails, all undercover officers are now seen by a psychiatrist every six months to make sure they can cope with the pressure.


Exactly the sort of man the McCanns need at a time like this !

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Post by Silverspeed on 27.04.14 10:55

I see the Daily Star also carries a feature today. Apparently Kate is going to be joining Lorraine Kelly on the sofa on Thursday morning to relive the nightmare. Oh dear! I wonder what lies she will add this time.
 It's not yet clear whether Gerry will be joining her though.
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