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Madeleine McCann investigation: The mistakes

Post  bb1 on Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:34 am

http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/life/798364/Madeleine-McCann-investigation-mistakes-police

Madeleine McCann investigation: The mistakes

A COLOSSAL number of mistakes were made in the first hours of Madeleine's disappearance and even more in the days and months that followed.

PUBLISHED: 08:59, Sun, Apr 30, 2017 | UPDATED: 09:27, Sun, Apr 30, 2017

Shockingly, after 10 fruitless years, it seems as though very little has been learned and the same mistakes would probably be made if there was another disappearance of a young child on the Algarve.

Despite police being immediately told that Madeleine had been taken by somebody, and therefore the apartment where she had been staying was a crime scene, the flat was not taped off until the early hours of the following morning, May 4, which was far too late to protect vital forensic evidence from being lost or damaged.

In the tense and chaotic scenes that followed the alarm being raised, all sorts of people trudged in and out of the apartment, leaving traces of their DNA all over the place and allowing the wind in to disturb material - hairs and skin cells - which could have yielded key information.

People looking for the child or comforting Kate and Gerry touched light switches, door handles, cups and glasses, all of which could have been touched by the abductor, who was not believed to have been wearing gloves.

Astonishingly Madeleine's beloved Cuddle Cat toy, which still remained on her bed, was not placed into a plastic bag and taken away, even though the kidnapper must have moved the nighttime comforter when taking Madeleine from the bedroom.

Such oversights would have cost the jobs of crime scene investigators in this country but in Portugal hardly an eyebrow was raised.

At a neighbouring apartment development a CCTV camera was perched by a roadway and would have captured images of the kidnapper holding Madeleine if he had taken that route, which seems likely.

What they really needed were dogs trained in picking up scents
However, woefully poor policing meant officers arrived far too late at the complex to retrieve the images, which had been wiped.

Attempts to get CCTV from businesses and restaurants in the small seaside town were slow and sporadic.

Leicestershire police sent three liaison officers to Portugal but what the Polícia Judiciária really needed was a top class forensic unit from Britain to scour the apartment for the missing nuggets of forensic clues.

Scotland Yard sent an officer who spoke Portuguese but what they really needed were dogs trained in picking up scents and others trained in detecting blood and cadavers.

They also needed experts in searches, so that every square inch of rough ground in the immediate vicinity of the crime would be examined. Scotland Yard eventually searched a large area of rough ground in 2014, seven years after Madeleine vanished.

Identifying local businessman Robert Murat as a potential suspect on the basis of tittle-tattle from journalists was a major error of judgment which wasted valuable time, created ill-feeling locally and caused enormous distress to him and his family as he is entirely innocent.

Officers also did not do enough to thoroughly check out the sighting of Jane Tanner, one of the friends of the McCanns, who saw a man carrying a child across his arms past the apartment.

For years and years this sighting was taken seriously and countless appeals went on to find the man with even an artist's impression of him circulated around the world.

Yet, basic check work done by the Operation Grange team a few years ago showed that the man Jane saw was in fact a British holidaymaker.

Apparently, all they did to check this was look at which parents had left their youngsters at a creche by the Millennium restaurant, part of the Ocean Club, which the McCanns and their friends had gone to on the first night of their holiday.

Simply by checking the records of the creche they were able to identify this person and rule him out of their investigation.

Scotland Yard, to their credit, took far more seriously the sightings by Irishman Martin Smith and members of his family of a suspicious man holding a child and walking quickly down an alley at around 10pm, some 500 yards from apartment 5a.

E-fit style shots of this person were created for private investigators hired by the McCanns but had been sitting in files for years until Scotland Yard issued them to the media as part of a global appeal to try to identify the man.

In virtually all major crime investigations mistakes are made, often because of stupidity by officers or due to a failure to gather vital forensic, CCTV or mobile phone evidence.

For there to have been so many mistakes spread over so many years in the Madeleine McCann case is unprecedented.


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Post  bb1 on Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:36 am

Maybe Amoral was distracted, having just been made an ARGUIDO himself over his alleged involvement in the torture of the mother of another missing child, not far from PDL?

The porcine-faced perjurer should never, ever have been allowed anywhere near the McCann case.

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Anguished parents at mercy of a Portuguese police circus

Post  bb1 on Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:41 am

http://www.express.co.uk/life-style/life/798361/Madeleine-McCann-parents-Portugal-police-search

Madeleine McCann: Anguished parents at mercy of a Portuguese police circus

AS DAWN broke on May 4, Kate and Gerry McCann emerged from the Paynes' holiday apartment, where they had tried to rest for a few hours, leaving their other children, Sean and Amelie, with David and Fiona as they resumed their search for Madeleine.

Apartment 5a had finally been sealed off by Portuguese police who had been woefully slow to react to the scale of the crime that they were charged with solving.

Holding hands and clutching on to each other in a state of shock, disbelief mingling with fear and panic, they walked down to the beach, desperately hoping that they would catch sight of the daughter they had struggled so hard to have, eventually succeeding through IVF.

Forlornly they called out her name and checked scrubland, desperately hoping she had fallen asleep under a bush after wandering off in the darkness. At one point Kate opened a large waste bin and prayed: "Please don't let her be in here!" After the sun rose, the dreadful reality of the situation dawned on them. Their lives would never be the same again.

Bruises began to appear on Kate's hands and arms where she had banged the wall in frustration and despair after discovering that Madeleine was missing. "Minutes seemed like hours," Kate recalled in notes. "Nobody around. Why not? Desperate! Outside of the apartments masses of people were asking questions about that night and for descriptions of Madeleine. Long day."

It was about to get longer. As there was no police station in Luz (a scandalous deficiency that still exists) Kate, Gerry and their friends had to be taken to the nearest big town, Portimao, to give their state-statements.

Even though the Polícia Judiciária (PJ) knew they were dealing with potentially the biggest case they had handled, the process of evidence gathering was staggeringly slow and more like something from the 19th century.

Astonishingly, none of the interviews were video recorded and questioning was done through interpreters, making it even more cumbersome and slow as every question and response had to be written down. Kate was asked if it was her first trip to Portugal and responded, unsurprisingly: "Yes, never again."

Even at this point the PJ did not have the brains to take Madeleine's Cuddle Cat from them, although the toy almost certainly contained DNA from her abductor. When they returned to Luz they noticed a vast gathering of journalists and realised they would have to face a new ordeal before the glare of the cameras.

Stony-faced Gerry prepared a short statement saying: ''Words cannot describe the anguish and despair we are feeling as parents of our beautiful daughter.

"We request anyone with any information relating to Madeleine's disappearance should please contact Portuguese police to help us get her back safely."

Kate, looking pale and broken, appealed to the kidnapper: ''Please, if you have Madeleine, please let her come home to Mummy, Daddy, brother and sister."

The couple made a flurry of calls to relativ" tives and friends back in Britain and Kate's Mother Susan and father Brian quickly arranged to fly out to support them.

Instead of flooding the small town with officers to make house-to-house inquiries, the PJ put a handful of detectives on the case and were offered three liaison officers from Leicestershire police, who quickly returned to Britain without making any significant impact on the investigation.

Soon a grim milestone was reached, Madeleine's fourth birthday on May 12, poignantly marked by the release of 40 pink balloons in Leicestershire.

The first balloon to float into the sunny skies bore 10 words from Kate and Gerry: "Mummy and Daddy, Sean and Amelie will see you soon xx" Back in Luz, time dragged and tensions increased along with the temperatures in the late spring. Just as it appeared that the investigation was going nowhere, in mid-May the police suddenly turned their at-attention to Robert Murat, whose Portuguese father had married a British woman, giving him dual nationality.

At the time he was living with his elderly mother, Jenny, at their villa, Casa Liliana, only a couple of hundred yards from apartment 5a.

In one of the greatest blunders of the case, police arrested him after hearing vague suspicions from a British journalist who was nowhere near Luz at the time Madeleine vanished.

In fact, Mr Murat had given up a lot of his time to act as a police interpreter because he wanted the kidnapper caught. His mother even set up a stall at the Ocean Club where she encouraged people to come forward with information. She herself had noticed a woman acting suspiciously outside apartment 5a on May 3 but could not get people to listen to her.

The attention on Mr Murat was a huge distraction, which held up proper investigations. At one stage Jane Tanner was asked to sit in a police van as Mr Murat was asked to walk across the crossroads outside apartment 5a.

Even when she said the man she had seen on the night was not Mr Murat, he still kept the status of arguido (formal suspect) and it would take months before he was finally cleared of any involvement.

As Scotland Yard detectives discovered fairly quickly years later, the sighting by Jane Tanner was a red herring. The man she had seen was just another holidaymaker, whom the Yard identified through basic police work, a feat that defeated the PJ.

All the weeks and months spent investigating the wrong people allowed the real kidnapper to more easily cover his tracks.

Having Murat wrongly put in the frame must have seemed like manna from heaven for the evil monster responsible. Having blundered and wasted time on Murat, the PJ in desperation began to turn their attentions to the McCanns as the spring rolled into summer.

As they had still not amassed any Adifficult s they hard evidence due to poor forensic work, non-existenthouse-to-house inquiries and difficult liaisons with Leicestershire police, they gave far too muchcredence to two British dogs trained to sniff cadavers and blood. The animals were alert in the apartment but this did not amount to anything like solid evidence and the PJ was told not to rely on it.

Blood from meat is found over the floors and surfaces in most holiday apartments. Minute samples of blood from children with cuts and grazes can also be found by exceptionally well-trained dogs.

Fluid that was said to contain elements of Madeleine's DNA was found in a car hired by the family but it could easily have come from her siblings, who were still in nappies.

Having learned nothing or very little from the mistakes in making Murat a suspect, the desperate PJ, fuelled by the wild theorising of police chief Goncalo Amaral, who was in charge of co-ordinating the investigation, focused all their attention on the McCanns.

This would have come as even more welcome news to the real kidnapper, who must have relished the idea that with the PJ fixated on the McCanns he, and possibly others working with him, would have substantially more chance of evading capture and the rule of law.

Rarely in the history of criminal investigations in the past 50 years have so many gross errors of judgment been made in such a short space of time and in such a major inquiry. Hardly surprisingly, with all the nonsense going on, the McCanns felt disappointed and disillusioned with the response from Portuguese law enforcement and sensed they would have to rely more heavily on private investigations.

As doctors (Kate was a GP and had trained as an anaesthetist while Gerry is now a respected heart specialist) they knew little of the work of private detectives and the scope of what they could do in such a complex, international investigation.

With hindsight they should have sought out a retired senior officer from the PJ, but instead they employed Metoda 3, a Spainbased detective agency that had gained a reputation for getting results.

So while Kate and Gerry were named as arguidos they were actually having to rely on a small team of private investigators with no legal authority in Portugal to try to find their daughter.

Not surprisingly Metodo 3 did not succeed, although they will argue that they did a lot of sound work which has benefited the Scotland Yard inquiry into Madeleine's disappearance. The final show of the circus came at the end of August 2007 when the McCanns and their very young children were effectively driven out of Portugal by a ravenous media fed by leaks from senior Portuguese detectives.

In scenes unrivalled anywhere else in the world, the PJ drip-fed half-baked theories to an unquestioning group of journalists who rarely bothered to knock on doors in Luz and ask tough questions.

On Friday, September 7, 2007, Kate was driven to a police station by her public relations representative at the time, Justine McGuinness.

Gerry's sister Philomena McCann gave a TV interview detailing a line of the questioning. She said: "They were saying, 'Tell us what you did with her? and Kate was like, 'You must be insane to think we'd put ourselves through this'.

"They tried to get Kate to confess to having accidentally killed Madeleine by offering her a deal through her lawyer. 'If you say you killed Madeleine by accident and hit her and then disposed of the body, we can guarantee you a two-year sentence or even less. You may even get off earlier because people feel sorry for you. It was an accident'."

Kate emerged from the police station looking hurt and betrayed, utterly incredulous at what was being suggested to her by people in whom she had previously placed some trust.

Staying on in Portugal was not an option as the PJ had created such a toxic environment, one that infuriated the entirely innocent couple.

So on Saturday, September 9, with the media circus in full flow, they left their rented apartment and made their way to the airport, their every move captured on live TV and broadcast to an audience of millions around the world. It was 129 days after Madeleine vanished that they set foot on British soil, Gerry holding his blond-haired son Sean in his arms as they descended the steps from the aircraft at East Midlands airport.

On the easyJet flight 6552 home Kate hugged her twins close to her, crying silently at times, the pain too much to bear. On the tarmac Gerry read a statement, subdued and clearly angered by their treatment. "As parents we cannot give up on our daughter until we know what has happened. We have to keep doing everything we can to find her.


Even the twins looked sad. Little Amelie, her head pressed tightly into her mother's shoulder, looked weary, confused and distressed. All she wanted to do was see her sister again.

With the McCanns back at their home in Rothley, which was festooned with yellow ribbons, the outrageous leaks from the Portuguese police to the sycophantic media were endless and derogatory.

Even with Amaral removed from the case, the McCanns would not be rid of the man they blame for so many of the mistakes in the deeply flawed PJ investigation. He would go on to write a book, which led him to get sucked into long and draining civil legal actions.

The couple also employed an American private detective firm, which cost a fortune and did not produce a breakthrough.

One of their better decisions was to eventually hire former Cheshire and Royal Ulster Constabulary detective David Edgar, who organised a lot of the gathered information well and pursued meaningful inquiries.

He put a lot of the material on to a computer software programme similar to HOLMES, the system used by British police forces for major inquiries.

When he passed over all his files to the Yard in 2011 they were in a semblance of good order and greatly helped officers who put most of the material into a HOLMES computer… something that should have been done within days of Madeleine going missing.

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Re: Madeleine McCann investigation: The mistakes

Post  bb1 on Sun Apr 30, 2017 9:45 am

Having learned nothing or very little from the mistakes in making Murat a suspect, the desperate PJ, fuelled by the wild theorising of police chief Goncalo Amaral, who was in charge of co-ordinating the investigation, focused all their attention on the McCanns.

This would have come as even more welcome news to the real kidnapper, who must have relished the idea that with the PJ fixated on the McCanns he, and possibly others working with him, would have substantially more chance of evading capture and the rule of law.


And that is why the hatertrolls, Gonzo-worshippers, hatebloggers that continue to spread lies, and cults like the Hounders, are not, as they imagine, 'truth seekers'.

They're the child abductors best friends, part an parcel of helping him/her/it evade justice.

A bit like the 'wonderful translators' and leather-faced ex-pats that lied through their teeth for years and denied there had been attacks on other children in PDL.

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Post  Lamplighter on Sun Apr 30, 2017 10:16 am

IMO, the verdict of 'guilty' was applied immediately.   This is a method used by totalitarian states in order to ensure blame falls anywhere but on the perpetrator.   Portugal may be a 'democracy' now but old habits die hard and those who were in charge at the start of the investigation wanted the whole thing to go away.   The police didn't want for the result to be maybe a local or a national, they wanted to lay the cause and effect at the feet of the foreigners.   They therefore, and with malice aforethought, deliberately polluted the crime scene - the first thing police do is to secure the area and see if anyone has information of use to facilitate the search.   They did nothing until the next day - we know the supposed officer in charge never met the parents.   Similar events were ignored, or deliberately hidden from outsiders, lies were told and false trails laid.   They were aided and abetted by wannabe journalists and pundits, by so-called experts who jumped on the publicity wagon.   Their attitude allowed the scum on the internet to threaten the parents and anyone who supported them with violence, even death.   I could say a hell of a lot more, but I will refrain, only to say "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you" ie “Whatever is hurtful to you, do not do to any other person.”    Karma can be brutal and they will get their just desserts, not now but certainly later.     LL
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Post  muratfan on Sun Apr 30, 2017 12:25 pm

Also remember Gonzo made the admission that the suspect was seen carrying a child near a villa, but didn't get the tape until later. And then it was wiped.
Seems to me there was a plot to get any evidence pointing away from.the McCanns destroyed.
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Post  bb1 on Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:13 pm

https://joana-morais.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/maddie-enigma-in-depth-report-by-cmtv.html

Voice over - Gonçalo Amaral believes that Maddie's body was placed inside the casket where the remains of a British woman were, a coffin that was cremated later. This thesis emerged (from a statement) in December 2007 after three shadowy figures were seen entering the church with a bag.

He's a fcking lunatic. Worst thing is, all those morons that hang on his every dribbled fantasy will now regurgitate that complete and utter bollox as The Truth.

Doesn't Portugal have lunatic asylums any more? Because if they do, Gonzo the Perjurer should be in one.

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Post  bb1 on Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:45 pm

Gonzo-worshippers trying to censor news they don't like:

https://stopthemyths.info/viewtopic.php?f=149&p=329476#p329476

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***** ADMIN NOTICE *****
It will not have escaped your notice that the MSM are swamping us with the story of the abduction of Maddie on this 10 year anniversary.
As we in this group do not believe she was abducted we will not be sharing anything of the sort from MSM. We will have a week of black out instead.
However we will be posting the information and evidence that we believe shows that Maddie was not abducted but that she did not leave the apartment alive and her body was hidden.
Therefore we would be grateful if members desist from sending msm links in for the time being.
Members are encouraged to share with us anything which also backs the non-abduction theory please.
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Yeah, that's what to do, stick your fingers in your ears and go-


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I bet amaral is spitting chips because he cannot sue the McCanns for defamation. They have never defamed him, they never speak of him. And because they are continuing their case. And he seems to have no friends in Portugal. He is this lone sad figure harping on about mi5 whilst the Portuguese police ignore him.


Now, be fair!

He also babbles on about fridges, coffins, POLITICAL INTERFERENCE, how everyone is out to get him....it's astounding that his fan club still falls for this complete sh*te.

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Post  Lamplighter on Sun Apr 30, 2017 3:35 pm

From Myths. LL
And these comments have been amplified elsewhere.You know what a good friend of Portugal I have been. You knew perfectly well that the majority of the Portuguese information I posted from beginning to end was provided by Goncalo Amaral and yourself, with subsidiary input and documentation from others, including members of the PJ, officer De Freitas and lawyers associated with the case, for example. Furthermore I remind you that before publication of recent posts I repeatedly asked for the evidence from GA of political interference by the UK, none of which he was able to provide. At no time has anyone on those two sites made any attempt to point out to the more hysterical of your posters, even tactfully and anonymously, the true origin of much of my information.

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Post  bb1 on Sun Apr 30, 2017 3:50 pm

Thanks, LL.

I wonder, do the hater cult realise that everything they THINK they know about the McCann case is false? That it's all built on sand, on malicious gossip, on forum myths, and outright lies from the likes of Amoral.

It's obvious that they simply cannot be bothered to make the slightest attempt to grasp reality - look at the bullsh*t that fool Mutton regurgitated about 'fingerprints'. No-one who had actually read and understood the forensic reports, in particular, would make elementary blunders like that.

Or maybe the haters simply are not interested in reality, because that would make each and every one of them facing the truth about themselves. That they're nothing more than an internet lynch mob, taking sadistic delight in tormenting the family of a missing child.

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More sicko inventions from Gonzo. Rolling Eyes

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Post  Pedro Silva on Sun Apr 30, 2017 11:56 pm

those mistakes have only one responsible: amaral.
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Post  bb1 on Mon May 01, 2017 8:02 am

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3450890/shamed-ex-portuguese-top-cop-goncalo-amaral-claims-madeleines-body-was-hidden-in-coffin-then-burned/



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He is interviewed in Praia da Luz and suggests the key to the disappearance was the church where Kate and Gerry prayed.

He said: “We had information three figures went into the church via a side door at night. They had a box and there was to be a cremation of a British woman. It is possible the child’s remains were in this box and cremated as well. The parents had the key to the church.”


The soap-dodging perjurer is sick in the head - is he projecting his own fantasies onto innocent people yet again?

Whatever, it really is time Portugal did something about this disgusting creature. Let's hope the deputy head of the PJ showing him up as a liar and fantasist is the start.

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Postby scoobydoo » Mon May 01, 2017 10:00 am

He has come up with this one because he thinks he can not be disproved and cannot be asked to support it with evidence. However, this is not true...

1) did those who carried the coffin notice it being two or three stones heavier,?

2) did those who saw the coffin notice it had been pryed open since this would leave visible damage?

3) crematoriums are supposed to keep records about the output which indicates how much was actually cremated per funeral as it were. They know pretty much how much ash a cremation will result in. If there was an extra body even a smaller one of just two or three stones it will show up. So why did amaral not speak to staff there, why did he not get the records?

4) and when was this supposed to have happened? The McCanns were followed everywhere by the media. The idea that they could remove a decomposing body, carry it through town, and break open a coffin and hide it there without anyone noticing, catching it on film is impossible. Crematorium staff, if not people in the church would have smelt a decomposing body I am afraid.


Precisely.

It also indicates that Gonzo the Perjurer has worms in his head, that he could concoct something so perverse and obscene.

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Post  Pedro Silva on Mon May 01, 2017 1:19 pm

again (which is no surprise), amaral continues with his insanity.
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Post  Pedro Silva on Mon May 01, 2017 1:20 pm

bb1, your words are mine:

"Whatever, it really is time Portugal did something about this disgusting creature. Let's hope the deputy head of the PJ showing him up as a liar and fantasist is the start."
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Post  lily on Mon May 01, 2017 5:42 pm

bb1 wrote:https://stopthemyths.info/viewtopic.php?f=115&p=329493#p329493

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I bet amaral is spitting chips because he cannot sue the McCanns for defamation. They have never defamed him, they never speak of him. And because they are continuing their case. And he seems to have no friends in Portugal. He is this lone sad figure harping on about mi5 whilst the Portuguese police ignore him.


Now, be fair!

He also babbles on about fridges, coffins, POLITICAL INTERFERENCE, how everyone is out to get him....it's astounding that his fan club still falls for this complete sh*te.
What a guy!!    rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl rofl
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Post  bb1 on Tue May 30, 2017 7:54 am

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/617286/madeleine-mccann-maddie-sewers-tunnels-drains-praia-da-luz-portugal

Is THIS where Maddie went? Underground escape police didn't check REVEALED
SEWERS beneath the resort where Madeleine McCann disappeared can be opened by any workman in Portugal – but remain largely unchecked by investigators.

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By Michael Havis / Published 30th May 2017

The drains, which could have been used to secrete a body, are accessible via manholes across Praia da Luz, the town from which Maddie vanished in 2007.

And the heavy lids that guard against intruders are readily lifted by tools available to any workman, according to sources in the Portuguese town.

Yet the sewers, which provide passage to the coast – as well as nearby scrubland, have only been subjected to limited police searches.

Reports from 2014, when Operation Grange sent Brit cops to search Praia da Luz for Maddie, say just three manholes were opened.

Daily Star Online visited one manhole at the Operation Grange dig site accompanied by a local with knowledge of the case.

He told us: "There are rungs on each side so that people can go down these and do whatever they need to do.

"It’s normal to raise the manholes with a special tool, but I’m fairly confident any workman in Portugal had that capability."

And though it may seem obvious, our source says he has "no reason whatsoever to believe" all the drains were lifted and looked down.

He said: "There has been very, very limited searching down the drains. It’s as simple as that. If you look at them all, there’s lots and lots of them."

The manhole at the Operation Grange dig site is just a few minutes walk from where a critical potential Maddie sighting took place on Rua da Escola Primaria.

But our source says it’s just one of many potential hiding places nearby – with “hundreds or thousands of officers” needed to check them all.
....etc.

Amoral should have been charged with dereliction of duty long ago.

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