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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:52 am

CAVEAT EMPTOR: - This is from a Portuguese tabloid, and yet again appears to be paper-only, and is a Morais translation, so may not be entirely truthful or accurate.

English want to question the first ever Arguido (suspect) of the Maddie Case
19 NOVEMBER 2014 | POSTED BY JOANA MORAIS LEAVE A COMMENT

· Robert Murat on the fifth letter rogatory list with seven people Scotland Yard wishes to see questioned

Robert Murat to be investigated again in Madeleine McCann's disappearance. This time he is one of the seven people Scotland Yard requested to be questioned because they are deemed “of special interest”.

by Marisa Rodrigues

Robert Murat's wife, Michaela Walczuch, and her former husband, Luís António, are also on the list of people identified to appear for questioning within the scope of the fifth letter rogatory of the process that is being investigated in the United Kingdom. A list that has already received authorization from the Public Ministry (MP) and was sent to the Judiciary Police (PJ) headquarters in the South to be implemented.

These three people know Sergey Malinka, a Russian citizen constituted as arguido in July, in a request of the British authorities that was included in a previous letter rogatory.

Robert was the first to be constituted as arguido [formal suspect] in the Portuguese process, a few days after the disappearance of the English girl, in 2007. Maddie's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, were the next to be constituted as arguidos. Murat was cleared of all suspicions.

The Luso-German* woman and her former companion were witnesses in the Portuguese process. The others on the list of the seven considered of interest are: A Portuguese man that used to work at Ocean Club, a man with similarities to one of the e-fits and a British couple. Besides the questionings, the prosecutor from the Public Ministry of Portimão, Inês Sequeira, has also authorized the questioning of witnesses.

he seven [arguidos] interrogatories and the four [witnesses] examinations were scheduled to take place next week, at the PJ headquarters in Faro, with set dates and times. However, in the meantime, a request for an amendment of the fifth letter rogatory arrived at the PJ, precisely at a time when the letter was about to be carried out, which has led to the postponement of everything.

The legal statute, within the procedural framework, of each one of the persons included in the list might also change. The alteration to the letter rogatory will have to be re-analysed by the prosecutor of Portimão, who is not working, due to being ill, therefore it is not yet certain when the new scheduling will be known.

Robert Murat, British, whose educational background happened in Portugal, masters both languages, serving as an interpreter in several investigations done by the GNR, and later, by the PJ. He even postponed his own flight to England, at the PJ request, so he could remain at their service.

A constant presence that a journalist found suspicious [Lori Campbell - see Robert Murat was accused by 2 British "journalists"], comparing Robert to a suspect [Ian Huntley, The Soham Murderers] that was always at the crime scene and around the police.

Later on the group of friends with which the McCann couple were spending their holidays pointed accusing fingers at Robert, identifying him as the man some of them said they saw carrying a child on the night of 3 of May 2007.

The British man ended up being constituted as arguido 11 days after the disappearance. The house where he lived with his mother, a few metres away from the Ocean Club, was the target of [intense] searches, holes were opened on the property using sophisticated technological equipment to search for traces of the child; cars and computers were carefully examined, no evidence was ever found.

The absence of indicia about what happened to Madeleine led to the archival in 2008. At the PJ request, the process was reopened last year, in October.

in Jornal de Notícias, Nov. 19 2014, paper edition



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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:54 am

Imbecile forker:


I doubt that they are really trying to "close the net" on the McCann , but the British policemen go back to the prelimilaries of the original enquiry which is interesting. If they obtain nothing with this move, logically, the last step should be the re-interview of the Second Arguidos.


So, none of that was done in the UK, by the UK police, RIGHT AT THE VERY START OF THE RE-INVESTIGATION?

Their stupidity never ceases to amaze. Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 10:59 am

Hounder:

If the prosecutor gives go ahead to this latest request, hopefully it will herald the re-interviewing of the Tapas rabble.

And why, pray tell, would the UK police need Portuguese permission to interview UK citizens in the UK? Has it not dawned on them yet that all this can be done very simply, WITHOUT tabloid headlines?

Oh, and if anyone is a 'rabble', it's the few remaining hounders and their many socks. Their obscene imaginings, sorry, 'debate' about a US case haven't passed unnnoticed - bunch of dirty old men. vomit vomit vomit

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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 11:30 am

http://www.itv.com/news/2014-11-19/madeleine-mccann-investigation-robert-murat-to-be-questioned-again/


Madeleine McCann investigation: Robert Murat 'to be questioned again'

Robert Murat is expected to be questioned again in connection with the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, ITV News understands.

Speaking to ITV News this morning, Mr Murat confirmed that he had only learned of the news through Portuguese media reports.

Portuguese newspapers today published claims that Murat will be spoken to in the coming weeks.

This has also been confirmed to ITV News sources.

Murat won substantial libel damages from a number of media outlets after he was named as an arguido or suspect in the case in 2007.

He has always denied any involvement.

Murat is said to be one of seven people to be spoken to as a "person of interest".

His wife, Michaela Walczuck, and her former husband, Luis Antonio, are also understood to be on a list of people identified to give statements to the inquiry run by British police.

The people of interest and four witnesses were expected to be questioned in Faro next week.

However, due to legal difficulties those interviews have now been postponed.
Last updated Wed 19 Nov 2014



What a coincidence that the relevant judge 'falls ill' AT THIS VERY MOMENT. No wonder many think Portugal, or rather, the Portimao/Algarve area, has a great deal to hide.

Oh, and I seem to recall that, when the CPS first flew out to Portugal, we did say that it was glaringly obvious that British ex-pats were going to be questioned.

Meanwhile, the haters invented stupid conspiracy theories, as usual.

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Post  Sabot on Wed Nov 19, 2014 11:53 am

Do Scotland Yard have to get Portuguese permission to question British Expats in Portugal?
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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:05 pm

I would think so, Sabot, as they are subject to Portuguese law, not England and Wales law. And doesn't Murat have dual nationality or something?

The haters are trying to console themselves with the bizarre notion that the Yard are working up to 'questioning' the McCanns and their friends LAST. They seem incapable of grasping that that all happened years ago - have they forgotten the 'scoping exercise' that led to Cameron agreeing to bring in the Yard?

I genuinely have never known such stupid, bigoted, wilfully blind people as the haters before.

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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:21 pm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-30115913

Madeleine McCann: Ex-suspect Murat 'faces new questions'
Breaking news
Police investigating the disappearance of British girl Madeleine McCann are to question former suspect Robert Murat, the BBC has learned.

British police are due to travel to Portugal to sit in on the questioning of eleven people of interest.

A source close to the case has told the BBC that two of the eleven are Mr Murat and his wife.

Mr Murat was named as an arguido, or, suspect, in the case in 2007 but was later cleared by Portuguese police.

He won substantial damages from various media organisations and has always denied any involvement in Madeleine McCann's disappearance.

Madeleine, of Rothley, Leicestershire, was three when she went missing from her family's holiday apartment on 3 May 2007.

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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 12:30 pm

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/nov/19/madeleine-mccann-police-robert-murat

Madeleine McCann police to re-interview Robert Murat
British expatriate in Portugal listed by Scotland Yard as one of four witnesses for questioning says he will cooperate with inquiry
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Detectives investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann are set to re-interview Robert Murat, the British expatriate who was first questioned by police when the three-year-old went missing in 2007.

Murat has been identified as one of four witnesses to whom detectives want to speak after Scotland Yard reopened its investigation into the case.

Speaking to the Guardian from his home in Portugal on Tuesday, Murat said neither he nor his lawyer had been contacted by the police but he would cooperate. “My conscience is clear and I have no problem speaking to police again,” he said.

Asked whether he was concerned about facing yet another interrogation, he replied: “I have more important things to worry about, like running my business, paying my taxes and I also need to paint my house.”

Murat, an IT consultant on the Algarve, was the first person to be declared an arguido, or suspect, during the high-profile police search seven years ago. He was never arrested over Madeleine’s disappearance, and he later won several hundreds of thousands of pounds in libel damages from British newspapers.

A source close to the investigation told the Guardian on Wednesday that Murat had been listed as one of four witnesses by the Metropolitan police.

A spokeswoman for Scotland Yard said the force would not give a running commentary on the inquiry.

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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 1:10 pm

5News ✔ @5_News
Robert Murat tells #5News: Reports police will re-interview him are 'just fantasy-land' #mccann pic.twitter.com/UVRICr3X0O


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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 1:32 pm

Good job Murat's got that ironclad alibi, and there isn't the slightest doubt about where he was that night. And there's nothing odd about his phone records either, perish the thought! Pcorneater

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Post  rhodes on Wed Nov 19, 2014 1:49 pm

Sky news are reporting that the Portuguese press are reporting that Murat is to be questioned by the police there
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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 1:54 pm

Thanks, Rhodes, I haven't had a chance to watch Sky News proper, I've only seen the online stories:

http://news.sky.com/story/1376276/madeleine-police-want-to-interview-robert-murat

I'll make a point of watching the 2 pm news.

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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:08 pm

DT ‏@dienoctuque 2h2 hours ago
@mariaccnr Murat now, tapas chums next, followed by K8&G! The net is closing in, this farce could be nearing end game, tick tock #mccann


Another dumbo hater that doesn't - or can't - understand how the REAL police work. Why are these creatures so stupid, tick tock?

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Post  lily on Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:11 pm

Why?  That might be because their egos are so heavily invested in the outcome and they can't admit that they could be wrong?
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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:19 pm

Sky's report wasn't very enlightening, just an old shot of Murat walking round his garden....they do tend to 'rotate' their big stories, so it may be on at 3pm.

Wouldn't you just love to know why so many ex-pats shriek at the very idea of Madeleine being abducted from their earthly paradise, Lily? Look at the way they denied British children had been assaulted in their beds.

Until it came out that the PJ held DNA from those assaults, had held it in 2007, yet apparently, did nothing with it....

And something else - they live in the area; I simply do not believe they didn't know about the massive corruption and fraud in Portimao - yet not a word have any of them uttered.

One could be forgiven for wondering if the ex-pats have a few secrets they would rather stayed swept under the carpet.....

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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 2:57 pm

☀Ange☀ ‏@Afl2277 2h2 hours ago
@zante03 @foxylady93 I'm sure at my age I am capable of 'seeing through' people. As I take it you are a #McCann supporter? Yes?


OMG, it's true - people really do come up the Clyde on banana boats!!!!!!

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Post  lily on Wed Nov 19, 2014 3:55 pm

bb1 wrote:Sky's report wasn't very enlightening, just an old shot of Murat walking round his garden....they do tend to 'rotate' their big stories, so it may be on at 3pm.

Wouldn't you just love to know why so many ex-pats shriek at the very idea of Madeleine being abducted from their earthly paradise, Lily? Look at the way they denied British children had been assaulted in their beds.

Until it came out that the PJ held DNA from those assaults, had held it in 2007, yet apparently, did nothing with it....

And something else - they live in the area; I simply do not believe they didn't know about the massive corruption and fraud in Portimao - yet not a word have any of them uttered.

One could be forgiven for wondering if the ex-pats have a few secrets they would rather stayed swept under the carpet.....
It is truly unfathomable as to why they do that.  It belies all common decency not to mention reality of what is happening/has happened there.  Why the denial?
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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 3:59 pm

It intrigues me that Murat is continually painted by the McCann-haters as some kind of innocent abroad, when he was anything but. If PDL has aristocrats, then the Murat family are in there.

They have fingers in all sorts of pies, and if anyone has connections, it's the Murats; their social standing was much higher than a couple of NHS doctors.

It's an odd, distorted picture that's been painted.

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Post  lily on Wed Nov 19, 2014 4:00 pm

I remember Blackwatch's blog entry about the Murat/Symington family.
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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:16 pm

As the Amoral fan club is saying things like:

ITV have just led the evening news with poor Robert.

and assorted haters and hounders are inventing ever more ridiculous conspiracy theories, while the likes of Tango and JCL are outraged!!!!! at this insult to the object of their adoration;

I think it's say to say 'poor Robert' is in hot water.

I base this on the fact that none of them have ever been right about anything. Not once. Never.

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Post  lily on Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:23 pm

You might indeed be right, Bonny.  It is certainly looking that way at the moment.....
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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:24 pm


Vikki Scott I have watched debate from both sides and fact is, both scenarios are still open to solving the case. I cannot get over the fact that the broken shutters were pushed by members of the group from minute one. That is not a mistake that is easily made.


Duh. How many times do we have to do this? Because the McCanns and their party found the shutters raised, they wrongly assumed that they must have been damaged - not knowing that it was child's play to lift them, and as far as security went, they were as much use as a chocolate teapot, as dirtymac so kindly demonstrated:



They can even be clearly seen to be raised in the official police photos taken that night:



Why, pray tell, do they think the REAL police have no interest at all in shutters?


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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:31 pm

Interesting to see a supposed close friend of the Murat family is posting on the pervnumties about how wonderful he is. Things must be bad. Pcorneater

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Post  lily on Wed Nov 19, 2014 7:55 pm

Very......Oh dear.
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Post  bb1 on Wed Nov 19, 2014 8:05 pm

It wouldn't surprise me at all if the REAL police aren't looking for the solution to the mystery pretty close to PDL, Lily. After all, look at the way the locals have behaved, the way they tried to cover up all those assaults on the children of holidaymakers. Even denying they happened - despite the fact that the PJ apparently have a DNA sample from the time they were happening.

Then there's this business of them all acting like Village of the Damned, with the graffiti and the less than warm welcome. It's the sort of behaviour that would make most REAL police officers rather suspicious......

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