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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 05, 2014 11:46 pm

Madeleine McCann: Scotland Yard cuts number of detectives working on the case
Nov 05, 2014 22:29 By Tom Pettifor, Gerard Couzins
The force has withdrawn six officers from the Algarve, suggesting that British police have begun scaling back the search after spending £7.3million

Scotland Yard has scaled back the number of detectives working on the hunt for Madeleine McCann.

The force has removed six officers despite enquiries in Portugal intensifying - with the team making an average of over a flight a week to the Algarve so far this year.

Two detective sergeants and four detective constables have been lost over the past year, new police figures reveal. It reduces the total number of detectives working on the case from 29 to 23.

At the same time six civilian staff have been brought in, meaning the overall number of British staff and police working on the case, codenamed Operation Grange, remains at 37.

Scotland Yard insists “staff numbers are open to change depending on the needs of the review”.

But the reduction could be seen as a sign that British police have begun scaling back the search after spending three and a half years and £7.3million examining the case.

The new figures were revealed after it was claimed the team are preparing to question a number of new suspects.

Newly installed Portuguese prosecutor Ines Sequeira paved the way for detectives to visit the Algarve by approving a fifth international letter of request last week.

t was first thought the 10 people named in the request would be questioned as witnesses only.

But Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha reported yesterday that some would be heard as “arguidos” or suspects because the Operation Grange detectives suspect they may have been involved in Madeleine’s disappearance.

They are said to include ex-workers at the Ocean Club holiday complex where the youngster vanished on May 3 2007 as well as locals living in the resort of Praia da Luz.

And the new list drawn up by British detectives as part of their painstaking investigation is thought to include British as well as Portuguese nationals.

None of the people on the list - who are due to receive police summons in the next few days to attend interviews at Faro’s PJ police station - have been questioned before by British officers, it is claimed.

Correio da Manha reported: “The majority are going to be heard as witnesses, but some will be made arguidos before the questioning takes place.

“They are all going to be questioned formally for the first time since the public prosecutor gave the green light for the quizzes to take place.”

It added: “There are around 10 people on the list, British and Portuguese nationals.

“Among the new Scotland Yard suspects are ex-Ocean Club workers and Praia da Luz residents.

“They’re people the British investigators suspect were involved in Madeleine’s disappearance.”

The interviews, the first since four suspects and 11 witnesses were questioned at the start of July, are due to take place before the end of the month.

British police are now in the process of formally asking for permission to sit in on the interviews, which will be led by Portuguese officers who will ask questions on their behalf.

The Operation Grange team last visited Portugal three weeks ago.

A small team including DCI Andy Redwood, who is heading Operation Grange, met Policia Judiciaria bosses in Faro for an update meeting before travelling to the university city of Coimbra a five hour drive north to visit a lab where many of the DNA samples collected after Madeleine’s disappearance are held.

Madeleine was three when she vanished from the family’s holiday apartment.



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Post  bb1 on Thu Nov 06, 2014 4:00 pm

From the story from Portugal about Tractorman being ruled out:


The detectives knew that in one of the alleged sex abuse cases, there was a semen sample.
They compared it with a biological vestige that had been collected previously from Euclides, which was in the possession of the Portuguese National Institute of Forensic Medicine. The man, it should be recalled, died in a tractor accident, in 2009, and was subject to an autopsy as the law dictates. The tests, however, ruled him out from the sex abuse and from the Ocean Club apartment.


Haters still want to deny that there were sexual predators in the PDL area attacking children in their beds?

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Post  bb1 on Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:04 pm

Haters not worked it out yet? That if the Portuguese stories are correct, and the PJ have a DNA sample from some scumbag that was assaulting children in their beds....

THEN THEY HAD IT WHEN GONZO WAS IN CHARGE.

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Post  bb1 on Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:13 pm

Haters all gone shy? It's right there, on the Morais bog-

http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2014/11/dna-clears-crucial-suspect-in-maddie.html

At the site of one of the alleged sex abuses a sample of semen was collected, which the PJ already know that it does not belong to the former Ocean Club resort worker. Euclides' DNA was not found, in any case, at the Praia da Luz apartment from where the child disappeared seven years ago.

The thesis of the sexual predator began to be 'drawn' when the PJ inspectors grouped five cases of alleged sex abuse involving British children on holiday in the Algarve between 2004 and 2006, a year before the disappearance. Euclides matched the description made by some of the victims and had already served time for theft using the same method of intrusion into houses - without forced entry. Additionally, he worked at the Ocean Club, and also, in the same day of the disappearance he used his mobile phone in that area. He was the man that fitted the profile of the suspect.


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Post  Sabot on Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:16 pm

bb1 wrote:Haters not worked it out yet? That if the Portuguese stories are correct, and the PJ have a DNA sample from some scumbag that was assaulting children in their beds....

THEN THEY HAD IT WHEN GONZO WAS IN CHARGE.

So Amaral must have known about these sexual assaults on young girls. I wonder why he never mentioned it in his book.
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Post  bb1 on Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:45 pm

Probably slipped his mind because he was too busy framing the McCanns.

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Post  Sabot on Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:52 pm

None of this can be doing The Libel Trial Outcome any good. Not just guilty of Libel, but a Liar to boot. But we all knew that anyway.
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Post  bb1 on Thu Nov 06, 2014 10:57 pm

I have no idea in what millenium the libel trial will restart, Sabot, the Portuguese court system seems to have all but collapsed. It could be years.

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Post  Pedro Silva on Sat Nov 08, 2014 12:13 am

big true:

"because he was too busy framing the McCanns.", which was his only purpose, together with dirty fame and fortune (celebrity style) at the expenses of inocent people.
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Post  bb1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:09 am

According to Morais, a Portuguese tabloid has printed this:

by Marisa Rodrigues

They know Praia da Luz. They know each other. They made phone calls on the night of the disappearance. Some have a record for petty crimes. Others are former workers from the Ocean Club. Seven Portuguese and British nationals fit in this profile, and are now, for Scotland Yard (SY) the new suspects of Madeleine McCann's disappearance.

The group is going to be constituted as arguido [formal suspect] and interrogated by the Judiciary Police (PJ), who are also going to question four witnesses at the request of the British authorities. In the list of the eleven people there is at least one woman.

The proceedings are scheduled for the last week of November, at the PJ's South Directorate in Faro. They appear in the fifth rogatory letter and were authorized by the new prosecutor at the Public Ministry of Portimão, Inês Sequeira, to whom the process was assigned.

These new seven arguidos will join the other four men constituted as arguidos and questioned in July. The British investigation now has eleven suspects.

The Scotland Yard thesis remains unchanged. On May 3, 2007, there was a failed robbery at the apartment 5A where the McCanns left their three children alone to go to dinner. Madeleine, then aged three, woke up and was abducted so she wouldn't recognize and accuse the intruders - a crime that may have been committed by one of the arguidos or by several, in association. This was one of the theories followed by the PJ at the time [2007] and eventually dismissed due to the lack of evidence that a burglary had ever taken place at the apartment.

The new phase of the SY investigation comes at a time when the British press reported that Andy Redwood's team was scaled back and now has fewer people working on it.

The English detectives will have to request the permission of the National Directorate of the PJ to be able to follow the inquiries and interrogatories in Faro, as it happened in July.

in Jornal de Notícias, Nov. 10, 2014 (paper edition)


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Please note - it is  hard to check the accuracy of the translation, as she has taken to posting paper-only translations. And we've all seen her inserting bogus material into translations in the past to suit her own, or rather Gonzo's, agenda.

Secondly, the usual warning - a Portuguese tabloid is yet again claiming to have inside gossip on what the investigating police are going to do. We all know what pish they've churned out in the past.

And there is no sign of any of the Portuguese tabloids - or the PJ - apologizing to Tractorman's widow for accusing him of abducting Madeleine.  Have the haters all managed to somehow 'forget' the fact that it was the PJ that named him, NOT Scotland Yard?

That the Yard had little or no interest in him, for rather obvious reasons......

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Post  bb1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:50 am

Madeleine McCann investigators questioning Britons as new official suspects over the girl's disappearance in Portugal
The Britons are among seven people due to be questioned as 'arguidos'
The seven suspects know the Praia da Luz resort where Madeleine, then aged three, vanished from on May 3 2007, it was reported
Some are said to have criminal records, reports Portuguse newspaper


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2828316/Madeleine-McCann-investigators-questioning-Britons-new-official-suspects-girl-s-disappearance-Portugal.html#ixzz3If4l88Hz
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At least the Mail is making it clear they've copied the story from a Portuguese tabloid. Doubtless the Gonzo fan club are sharpening their typing talons as we speak to hatespam the Mail yet again.

And then rush to copy their own comments to their home hate sites and announce, Look what the public is saying! Tick tock, the tide is turning! Rolling Eyes

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Post  Sabot on Mon Nov 10, 2014 12:11 pm

It sounds to me as though Scotland Yard have got a very good idea of what happened.

Someone is going to break in a minute. Tick Tock.
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Post  bb1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 12:14 pm

Stand by for the McCann-haters to produce fantasies of kindly burglars, Sabot....which will make a change from feeling sorry for convicted paedophiles, as is their normal habit.

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Post  bb1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 12:17 pm

A hounder is puzzled:

Abducted so she wouldn't RECOGNIZE them ???

WTF: so she knew them already?

How?


Duh. Because they worked in or around the Ocean Club, fool - you know, the place with all those spare keys to holiday accommodation left lying around?

Some armchair defectives they are.

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Post  Sabot on Mon Nov 10, 2014 12:26 pm

One of the "Suspects" is a Drug Addict, and another is a Homeless Person. How sad is that. The third worked for The Ocean Club. The Haters should have great fun with that, especially as they all appear to be burglars. What better excuse for abducting a child than that.
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Post  bb1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 1:44 pm

Hounder:

Redwood et al could do well to return from Portugal via Catalonia, where he could well come across on Kikorattan.

All on this forum who seek the truth should simply google 'Dewi Lennard ' to find Dewi's many tweets.

His research is based on facts, in contrast to the pitiful efforts of OG.




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Post  bb1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 5:40 pm

http://www.itv.com/news/2014-11-10/two-brits-among-seven-new-suspects-in-madeleine-mccann-investigation/

A British man and woman are among seven people to be questioned as suspects in the Madeleine McCann investigation.

The seven will be spoken to by officers between November 24 and November 28 in Faro.

Two women will be questioned - the British one and another of Eastern or Central European origin.

Five men, two British and three Portuguese will also be asked for their whereabouts on the night Madeleine vanished. A further four people will be spoken to as witnesses.

It’s thought three of those being questioned will be declared “arguidos” - or given formal suspect status under Portuguese law.

Some of those being questioned have been spoken to by police before - none were known to the McCanns.

It’s thought some amongst the group may have worked at the Ocean Club around the time the three year old disappeared.

This is the latest stage of the British investigation into what may have happened and follows extensive reviews of mobile phone footage.


Any ex-pats missing from the hate sites just now? Oh, and one does hope the haters note this line:

Some of those being questioned have been spoken to by police before - none were known to the McCanns.

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Post  Pedro Silva on Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:40 pm

My friends, this was taken from The Portugal News newspaper:

http://www.theportugalnews.com/news/new-persons-of-interest-to-be-quizzed-in-madeleine-mccann-investigation/33135
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Post  Pedro Silva on Mon Nov 10, 2014 9:43 pm

My friends, this was taken from ITV news:

http://www.itv.com/news/2014-11-10/two-brits-among-seven-new-suspects-in-madeleine-mccann-investigation/
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Post  Pedro Silva on Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:25 pm

My friends, this was taken from SIC news channel:

http://sicnoticias.sapo.pt/pais/2014-11-10-Policia-inglesa-volta-a-Portugal-para-investigar-desaparecimento-de-Maddie-McCann

British police back to Portugal to investigate the disappearance of Maddie McCann

The British police will return to Portugal at the end of the month, as part of investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. This time, the Scottland Yard wants the Judicial Police interrogate seven new suspects, that defendants should be constituted.

Seven people, five men and two women, Portuguese and British nationality, who have had links to Praia da Luz at the time Maddie disappeared.

These suspects join four other defendants had already been constituted in July.

Madeleine disappeared more than seven years.

According to British media reports, the cost of the English investigation should already be around 13 million euros.
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Post  Pedro Silva on Mon Nov 10, 2014 10:27 pm

I have checked PT newspapers, but nothing about antis crap.

What I found was what I wrote above which contradicts the antis insanity.
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Post  bb1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:00 pm

Thanks for that, Pedro, and for the links. No, there is too much rubbish flying around to take any of this as Gospel truth. I don't believe for one minute that the present PJ are giving Portuguese newspapers a running commentary on what they're doing.

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Post  bb1 on Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:27 pm

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/533815/Madeleine-McCann-suspects-police-probe-exchanged-calls

By: David Pilditch and Gerard CouzensPublished: Mon, November 10, 2014

Madeleine McCann suspects 'all knew each other and exchanged calls on night of vanishing'

BRITONS will be questioned as new suspects over the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, it was claimed today.

The British nationals are among a group of seven people due to be quizzed as arguidos, leading Portuguese daily Jornal de Noticias reported.

Four more will be interviewed as witnesses towards the end of the month at a police station in Faro.

The seven suspects reportedly know each other and exchanged phone calls on the night Madeleine vanished on May 3 2007.

They are also all familiar with Praia da Luz - the Algarve holiday resort where Madeleine was staying with her family.

Some are also said to have criminal records and others are ex-workers of the Ocean Club holiday complex where Madeleine vanished from.

It is not known how many of the group of seven, which also include Portuguese nationals, are British.

At least one of the 11 people set to be quizzed later this month is thought to be a woman.

British police are now in the process of formally asking for permission to sit in on the interviews, which will be led by Portuguese officers who will ask questions on their behalf.

An official request was made in a fifth international letter sent by British police to the Portuguese authorities.

Madeleine’s parents Kate and Gerry McCann, both 46, from Rothley, Leicestershire, have never given up hope that their daughter will be found alive.

They are being kept informed of developments by police.

Members of Scotland Yard’s Operation Grange squad visited Portugal a month ago.

A small team of three officers including Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood met Policia Judiciaria bosses in Faro.

They also travelled to the university city of Coimbra - a five hour drive north - to visit a laboratory where many of the DNA samples collected after Madeleine’s disappearance are held.

British police told bosses at Portugal’s Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences they want to retest some of the samples to try to crack the mystery of Madeleine’s disappearance.

They are yet to send a sixth international letter of request which Portuguese prosecutor Ines Sequeira will have to authorise before Metropolitan Police forensics experts are allowed access to the lab or given permission to take samples to Britain to analyse them.

The forensic material includes hairs and pieces of the curtains that hung in apartment 5A where Madeleine was staying with her family.

Last month it emerged nearly 100 strands of hair tested during the original Madeleine McCann investigation were never DNA-matched.

The Operation Grange inquiry is running in parallel with a new Portuguese probe, reopened in May - more than five years after the investigation was officially shelved.

One of the suspects questioned in July was a former Ocean Club worker and another a 51-year-old schizophrenic drug addict. They both denied any involvement in Madeleine’s disappearance.

Portuguese police believe Madeleine was snatched by a foreigner no longer living in Portugal.

However they have still not formally ruled out the involvement of junkie burglar Euclides Monteiro, whose widow they questioned last year, despite the fact DNA tests have put him in the clear.

Scotland Yard said it would not give a “running commentary” on the investigation.

The Home Office has defended the rising cost of the £10 million probe, saying: “The Government believes it is right that it does all it can to support the search for Madeleine McCann.”


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Post  lily on Mon Nov 10, 2014 11:33 pm

Please let them find out what happened to poor Madeleine soon.
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