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Have Panorama Got Gonc On Record Admitting He Was Incompetent?

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Have Panorama Got Gonc On Record Admitting He Was Incompetent?

Post by christabel on Wed Apr 25, 2012 1:49 am

Thanks to JATYK.

If this is correct, then yes, they have. Nice one! Please note, the 'positive' detective in the headline isn't the criminal liar one.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/madeleinemccann/9223689/Madeleine-McCann-detective-positive-case-will-be-solved.html

Madeleine McCann detective positive case will be solved

The ongoing review of the Madeleine McCann case offers the “best opportunity” to solve the mystery because it is the first time information from all sources has been pooled, a detective has claimed.

By Victoria Ward2:23PM BST 24 Apr 2012
Det Chief Insp Andy Redwood, who is leading the UK police hunt for missing little girl, said his team was sifting through around 40,000 pieces of information with the sole aim of solving the case.
Madeleine was nearly four when she went missing from her family's holiday flat in Praia da Luz in the Algarve almost five years ago, on May 3 2007, as her parents Kate and Gerry McCann dined with friends nearby.

The official inquiry was formally shelved in July 2008 but Scotland Yard’s review of the case, called Operation Grange, was launched last year at the request of Theresa May, the Home Secretary, in response to a plea from the McCanns.

DCI Redwood said his team of 28 detectives and seven civilian staff was in the process of turning over “every single piece of paper” generated in the investigation and interpreting and analysing everything they contained.
He said: “Anything is possible, and clearly, within that material, the answer could lie."

The team is drawing together information from three separate sources: Portuguese legal enforcement bodies, British legal enforcement agencies, which include the police, and the private investigations commissioned by Madeleine’s parents.
Asked why he believed the operation was unique, DCI Redwood told BBC Panorama: “Because at no time before have those three elements been drawn together in one place. And so what we’ve done over the past number of months is to bring to one place all those pieces of the jigsaw.”

He added: “I am satisfied that the systems and processes that we are bringing to this set of circumstances will give us the best opportunity to find those investigative opportunities that we can then present to our colleagues in Portugal.”

Operation Grange has so far cost the tax payer £2 million. Officers have made two trips to Spain and visited Portugal four times, most recently last week.
But while Portuguese police remain the lead agency on the case, DCI Redwood said his team in London aimed to solve the mystery.

“We are here in terms of seeking to bring closure to the case,” he said. “That would be the ultimate objective and is our ultimate objective. Closure means establishing what has happened to Madeleine McCann.”

Goncalo Amaral, the former detective who lead the original case before being removed after criticising British involvement, admitted making mistakes.
“It’s a fact that our investigation had its faults and lost a lot of time, lots of time,” he told the programme. “And a lot of things didn’t get followed up. And I’m just as much to blame for that as anyone else.”


Since leaving the police in 2008, Amaral has written a book and presented a DVD about Madeleine’s disappearance, in which he makes allegations against her parents, Mr and Mrs McCann, from Rothley, Leicestershire, who are now suing him for libel.
In March, a new team of detectives from Porto, northern Portugal, was brought in to re-examine the case, which the McCanns' Portuguese lawyer Rogerio Alves described as a "very positive sign".
The latest alleged sighting of Madeleine was made earlier this month in the Costa del Sol.
BBC Panorama – Madeleine: The Last Hope? will be shown on Wednesday April 25 at 7.30pm on BBC One

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Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:46 am

about "It’s a fact that our investigation had its faults and lost a lot of time, lots of time,” and you amaral is the true culprit, responsible for that.

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Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Apr 25, 2012 2:51 am

glad to know that the UK detective believes or is adamant that the case will be solved, hopefully with her safe return to her home.

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Post by christabel on Wed Apr 25, 2012 10:28 am

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/316395/Madeleine-McCann-police-We-have-evidence-that-may-help-us-solve-the-mystery



Wednesday April 25,2012
By John Twomey
THE detective leading Scotland Yard’s probe into the ­disappearance of Madeleine McCann has given new hope to her parents by declaring how police aim to solve the case.
Andy Redwood says the work of his 35-strong squad is the “best opportunity yet” of ­discovering exactly what ­happened to the little girl who went missing days before her fourth birthday while on holiday in Portugal.
Detective Chief Inspector Redwood explained the key to his inquiry is bringing together three separate investigations.
A mass of material from police in Portugal and Britain along with files from private investigators hired by Madeleine’s parents Kate and Gerry McCann is now housed in Belgravia police station in central London.
“We are here in terms of seeking to bring closure to the case. That would be our ultimate objective,” Mr Redwood told BBC’s Panorama.
“Closure means establishing what has happened to Madeleine McCann.”
Interviewer Richard Bilton asked him: “Solving it?” Mr Redwood replied: “Yes, solving it, of course.”

He said the task facing the Yard team is massive. He said: “Our initial estimates in terms of the amount of material we are facing is that it will be somewhere in the region of 40,000 pieces of information.
“There is, ultimately, a process of us turning every single piece of paper over and interpreting and analysing what is contained within them.
“Anything is possible, and clearly, within that material, the answer could lie.”
The probe, codenamed Operation Grange, was launched in May last year after the McCanns, from Rothley, Leics, appealed directly to Prime Minister David Cameron for help from Scotland Yard.

Last week, officers made a fourth visit to Portugal and they have also been to Spain twice.
So far, Operation Grange has cost taxpayers £2million. The money has come from a Home Office contingency fund.
Madeleine vanished from a flat in the holiday resort of Praia da Luz on the Portuguese Algarve coast on May 3, 2007. The Portuguese, who faced severe criticism over the way the investigation was handled, formally shelved the case in 2008. But Mr Redwood said he hopes the work of the Operation Grange team, composed of 28 detectives and seven civilian support staff, will lead to the inquiry there being re-opened.
He said: “I am satisfied that the systems and processes that we are bringing to this set of circumstances will give us the best opportunity to find those investigative opportunities that we can then present to our colleagues in Portugal.”
Mr Redwood stressed the advantage of having all the available evidence in one place, including the detailed dossier compiled by Metodo 3, the ­Barcelona-based investigations firm hired by the McCanns.
Francisco Marco, the agency’s director, has revealed that up to eight “important leads” were handed to Operation Grange when officers from the Yard visited Spain in December, last year.
Mr Redwood said: “We are drawing together information from three separate sources. At no time before have those three elements been drawn together in one place.
“And so what we’ve done over the past number of months is to bring to one place all those pieces of the jigsaw.”

The Panorama programme is on BBC1 at 7.30pm tonight, apart from in the North-west. It also features an interview with Goncalo Amaral, who led the initial Portuguese inquiry.
He was removed after his outspoken criticism of the British involvement in the investigation.
He said: “It’s a fact that our investigation had its faults and lost a lot of time, lots of time. And a lot of things didn’t get followed up. I’m just as much to blame for that as anyone else.”

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Post by jean on Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:06 am

Even after all the investigative work the British police have done DCI Redwood still says that it is up to the Portuguese police to reopen the case. So, the probability of that happening seems very very slight as Portugal is in the same monetary state as Spain, Italy and all of the other euro zone countries!! They are not going to pour in more money to continue the search for Madeleine.

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Post by christabel on Wed Apr 25, 2012 11:21 am

I don't think they will have any option but to reopen the case if evidence has been found. Which I am thinking might be the case!

Gonc probably spent more on food and drink than was spent on searching for Madeleine.
Gonc couldn't care less about Madeleine, and never has. Gonc only cares about Gonc, IMO that is!


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Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Apr 25, 2012 7:23 pm

About "He said: “It’s a fact that our investigation had its faults and lost a lot of time, lots of time. And a lot of things didn’t get followed up. I’m just as much to blame for that as anyone else.”, you amaral is the true responsible for that.

You´re right christabel, I agree with you, the sooner the better.


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