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Portuguese police say no to new Maddie probe

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Portuguese police say no to new Maddie probe

Post by christabel on Tue May 22, 2012 11:48 pm

Thanks to JATYK

Sun: Update. Portuguese Police say no to new Maddie probe
Rose Today at 1:38 pm




THE parents of missing Madeleine McCann suffered a huge blow last night when slack Portuguese cops REFUSED to reopen the case.

The decision flies in the face of British evidence that she could be still alive.

Kate and Gerry McCann had been given fresh hope by a Met review of the investigation.

Yesterday a source close to them said: “They were hoping the Portuguese would see sense and agree. But it seems not.

“There is a little girl missing — that is all that should matter. They feel the best hope of finding Madeleine lies in the case being reopened.”



The snub came after Met Commander Simon Foy revealed 195 new leads and called for the Portuguese to reopen the case. He declared: “On the evidence there is a possibility that she is alive.”

But yesterday two top legal chiefs in Portugal incredibly said there was NO reason for it to be looked at again.

Their attorney general Pinto Monteiro scoffed: “The case will only be reopened if there are credible new facts.

“Hypotheses are not enough. There have been a thousand sightings which have turned out to be false.”

And Pedro do Carmo, assistant national director of the justice department, added: “There are no reasons to justify the reopening of the case.”



Madeleine, who would now be nearly nine, vanished from a holiday apartment on May 3, 2007, in Praia da Luz, Portugal.

The year-long Met review was launched after Kate and Gerry penned an open letter to PM David Cameron in The Sun begging him to help them.

At a press conference on Wednesday, Scotland Yard revealed their review had found 195 new leads — and unveiled a new image of how Madeleine would look now.

But there are now fears the leads will never be followed up — although Mr Cameron is believed to still be trying to get the Portuguese government to reopen the case.



A source said: “The truth is that the British police can only make recommendations.”

The Home Office issued a carefully-worded statement after the refusal. It said: “We have asked the Metropolitan Police to review the case and they are working with the Portuguese police.”

The McCanns’ spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: “Kate and Gerry think there is good justification in reopening the case. They remain hopeful.”


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By ALAN JOHNSON, Former Home Secretary

I AM not surprised there is some resentment in Portugal. But we have to use all diplomatic channels now — including the Home Secretary ringing her opposite number.

The Portuguese police must put all that behind them and concentrate on one thing, and that is a little English girl who went missing.

I’m sure the Portuguese have the compassion and understanding to put away their enmities so we can pursue these leads together.





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Re: Portuguese police say no to new Maddie probe

Post by christabel on Wed May 23, 2012 12:00 am

And Pedro do Carmo, assistant national director of the justice department, added: “There are no reasons to justify the reopening of the case.”

WTF
What are these people covering up, and who for?
They are a disgrace, not wanting Madeleine found at any cost, seems their agenda.

I wonder if their pockets are being lined? I really smellarat

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Re: Portuguese police say no to new Maddie probe

Post by jean on Wed May 23, 2012 11:06 am

I think we have said all along that the police are some way involved, and the refusal to open the case after the Met finding the 195 leads goes an awful long way to proving us right. How many children have been recorded as being missing in Portugal since 3 May 2007? There is some connection somewhere!!

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Post by Catkins on Wed May 23, 2012 8:23 pm

That paper is dated 22nd March......let' hope some Political wrangling has gone on since then.
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Re: Portuguese police say no to new Maddie probe

Post by Pedro Silva on Wed May 23, 2012 8:31 pm

I agree with christabel, jean.

What is Pinto Monteiro afraid of? What is Pedro do Carmo afraid of?

Perhaps they are afraid that more corruption or incompetence will be exposed again?

justify the salary you earn each month, with the re-opening of the Madeleine McCann case.

because, that´s why you are being paid, that´s why taxpayers money is being used to pay salaries of Pinto Monteiro, Pedro do Carmo, the same about PJ.



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Re: Portuguese police say no to new Maddie probe

Post by christabel on Thu May 24, 2012 4:40 am

Catkins wrote:That paper is dated 22nd March......let' hope some Political wrangling has gone on since then.

No Cat, its an update from the 27th April.

Until the blackmailing and corruption stops regarding the PJ, nothing will be done. Seems its rife from top to bottom. Slowly it is being bought into the open, and I don't think it will be long before we have a squealer, telling all they know popcorn
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Re: Portuguese police say no to new Maddie probe

Post by dianeh on Fri May 25, 2012 11:18 am

Can you imagine how stupid the PJ would look if SY found Madeleine?

Better that the PJ work with SY to come to a proper conclusion, no matter where it leads.
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Post by Pedro Silva on Fri May 25, 2012 7:16 pm

Yes, I agree with you dianeh.

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