Monday, 8 March 2010

Nine days after Madeleine McCann "disappearance"

Sunday, 7 March 2010

I hope Mr. Robert Mendick will die soon from stomach cancer


Home Office launches secret review into Madeleine McCann's disappearance
The Home Office has secretly begun a review that could lead to a fresh police inquiry into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

Published: 9:00PM GMT 06 Mar 2010

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“Pressure is now being put on Portuguese authorities to agree in the first instance to a three-day review of the case that could be held at Interpol's headquarters in Lyon in France. The McCanns will hope the Home Office can persuade their Portuguese counterparts to co-operate in a case review. The review – were it to go ahead – would involve British police working with Portuguese counterparts as well as experts in child abduction across other European forces.”
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“A further obstacle was removed with the death from stomach cancer two weeks ago of Guilhermino Encarnacao, who was in charge of the Policia Judiciaria in the Algarve."
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The McCann Case: Money for nothing, “that ain't workin”



 Dear Mr. Martin Fricker (*):  

Are you following orders, just brainless or a corrupt journalist? I’m asking this question because if you are not brainless or following orders and the right answer is the last one, I would like to know how much are they paying for what you - many other British and several Portuguese journalists - are doing, while pretending to be journalists. That’s what we can call “Money for Nothing”, because “that ain't workin”..

CHAPTER I

Investigators ignored new Maddy sighting in New Zealand

MADDIE SEEN 'ALIVE' ON TV

More Madeleine 'Sightings' In New File

MADDIE SIGHTING WAS KEPT SECRET

McCann family says it is scandalous Portuguese police did not follow up possible sighting of missing daughter Madeleine in Dunedin 2007

New Zealand Police Force
Media Statement - 3 March, 2010 - 16:49

Dunedin Police say that they did receive information from a member of the public who believed she saw Madeleine McCann in a Dunedin retail outlet in December 2007 (…) Police were unable to obtain any further information or ongoing lines of inquiry. The file was forwarded to Interpol and this is correct procedure under international agreements. The lead jurisdiction, in this case, Portugal, directs how the case progresses and has not asked NZ Police for any follow-up to date. The file has remained open ever since, Inspector Campbell said.

New Zealand police dismiss possible McCann sighting

Clarence Mitchell:

1 – Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the McCann, said “They were shocked when they became aware of the scale of the information that had come in and the lack of action taken.  There are potential leads in the file that are now being followed up by our investigators. It’s more than a pity that the file has just sat there for so long and simply been marked ‘not relevant’ by the Portuguese.”

2 - Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the McCanns, said: 'They are incredibly frustrated that this was sitting there and being disregarded by the Portuguese police. They were shocked when they saw the scale of the information that had come in and the lack of action taken.

'There are potential leads in the file that are now being followed up by our investigators. It's more than a pity that the file has just sat there for so long and simply marked "not relevant" by the Portuguese. There are also images in the file that are strikingly similar to Madeleine and are being looked into.'

CHAPTER II

MADDIE SIGHTING WAS KEPT SECRET

MADELEINE McCann could be 12,000 miles away in New Zealand, it was revealed last night. Police files kept secret for nearly two years were obtained yesterday by the Daily Star.  They include grainy footage from a supermarket’s CCTV cameras that could show the missing youngster Down Under.

Last night the McCanns were “extremely angry” that the file had remained hidden. Their spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: “They were shocked when they became aware of the scale of the information that had come in and the lack of action taken.
“There are potential leads in the file that are now being followed up by our investigators. It’s more than a pity that the file has just sat there for so long and simply been marked ‘not relevant’ by the Portuguese.”

IS MADDY LIVING IN NEW ZEALAND?

'It WAS Maddie': Witness convinced girl in photo that Portuguese police kept secret was missing Madeleine

The woman who reported a possible sighting of Madeleine McCann in New Zealand  which was kept secret by Portuguese police said today she 'absolutely believes' it was the missing girl. Files have been released showing that Portuguese police dismissed dozens of potential sightings of Madeleine.  Leads from around the world - including the CCTV footage from New Zealand of a child looking strikingly like the missing girl - were filed away under the heading 'not relevant'.

Information that police forces in the United States, Europe and North Africa considered important was also discarded. None of the files was handed to private investigators working for Madeleine's parents, Gerry and Kate.
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Their existence came to light in a legal action brought by the McCanns against Goncalo Amaral, the disgraced detective who was in charge of the case.  Madeleine was four when she vanished from the family's holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in May 2007. Her parents were at a restaurant 80 yards away.

They now have a copy of the 2,000-page dossier which was published yesterday on the order of a court in Portugal after an application by newspapers including the Daily Mail.  The McCanns are incensed that their private investigators were given no access to the sightings at the time.
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Mrs McCann said: 'There are instances where information which we think is very credible and worthy of information has not been actioned.  'We're gutted, it's absolutely shocking and difficult. Some of the information handed in was very credible. It's heartbreaking to know that it seems to end there.'

Mr McCann, also 41, was particularly angered at Inspector Ricardo Paiva, who was responsible for collating any information about Madeleine after the formal investigation ended.  He said: 'Inspector Paiva believes Madeleine is dead. How can he investigate thoroughly if he believes that? We know now there is a lot of information just filed away - and that is not acceptable. Once the file has been closed, what has actually been done? Next to nothing.'

The file contains a series of sightings which the McCanns would have expected to be fully investigated. The astonishing CCTV footage from New Zealand shows a girl very like Madeleine being led into a supermarket by a portly man in shorts - seven months after her disappearance.
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Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the McCanns, said: 'They are incredibly frustrated that this was sitting there and being disregarded by the Portuguese police. 'They were shocked when they saw the scale of the information that had come in and the lack of action taken.

'There are potential leads in the file that are now being followed up by our investigators. It's more than a pity that the file has just sat there for so long and simply marked "not relevant" by the Portuguese. There are also images in the file that are strikingly similar to Madeleine and are being looked into.'

Madeleine McCann parents 'deeply upset' at sightings dossier

POLICE BLITZED BY ODD MADDIE CLAIMS

An email from the Madeira Liberation Army who claimed to be holding Madeleine and had a video showing her in good health, but couldn’t vouch for her safety unless the city of Funchal was granted independence.

Madeleine McCann: Checkout girl has ‘no doubt’ she saw Maddy at a New Zealand supermarket in 2007

Dunedin enters Madeleine McCann mystery

A family spokesperson says the McCanns are incensed: “Kate and Gerry have made it clear that they were shocked to see the lack of follow up work done by Portuguese police since the investigation was shelved.”

Investigators want Maddie McCann files from Portugal

Secret files reveal 'NZ link' in Madeleine McCann case

MADDIE SEEN 'ALIVE' ON TV

New Files Like 'Gold Dust' in Search for Madeleine McCann

MADELEINE ‘HELD IN REMOTE SHACK’

McCanns: Time for a new Maddie hunt

Police failed to follow up on Madeleine sighting

NZ Madeleine 'sighting' ignored

New Zealand woman believes she saw Madeleine McCann

Madeleine McCann: second photo emerges

Madeleine may have been spotted in NZ

Police failed to follow up on Madeleine sighting

File's release yields 50 McCann case tips

Madeleine McCann: more than 50 new leads

New Zealand woman believes she saw Madeleine McCann

MADELEINE ‘HELD IN REMOTE SHACK’

EXCLUSIVE: NEW CLUES LEAD MCCANN PRIVATE EYES TO AN OLD DESERTED SHACK

Investigators ignored new Maddy sighting in New Zealand

More Madeleine 'Sightings' In New File

SHOP GIRL WHO 'SAW MADELEINE MCCANN' IS QUIZZED

EXCLUSIVE: NEW CLUES LEAD MCCANN PRIVATE EYES TO AN OLD DESERTED SHACK

Was this rag doll given to Maddie by her captors?

IT WAS MADDY ..I'M 100% SURE

McCanns' detective searching for girl in a wig seen with two 'gipsies'

McCann family says it is scandalous Portuguese police did not follow up possible sighting of missing daughter Madeleine in Dunedin 2007

Madeleine McCann: Portuguese police ignored warnings over 'suspicious' man

Lost Maddie double who cried “Help me”

Dunedin Madeleine sighting ruled out but more claimed

CHAPTER III

Girl in CCTV footage not Madeleine McCann - police

New Zealand police rule out reported Madeleine McCann sighting

New Zealand police dismiss possible McCann sighting

Police: girl seen in New Zealand store not missing Madeleine

Young girl seen on CCTV in New Zealand 'not Madeleine McCann'

Police deny NZ Madeleine sighting

New Zealand sighting is not Madeleine, police say


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(*) This question is also addressed to all brainless journalists “journalists” that are responsible for the stories of ChapterS I and II and of this post, in special to Henrique Monteiro, Antonella Lazzei, Jerry Lawton, Martin Brunt, Nick Fage, Roddy Mansfield, James Jordan, Jo Toscano.

Saturday, 6 March 2010

Madeleine McCann Captured by Madeira Liberation Army



An email from the Madeira Liberation Army who claimed to be holding Madeleine and had a video showing her in good health, but couldn’t vouch for her safety unless the city of Funchal was granted independence.”

Wednesday, 3 March 2010

Madeleine McCann: Fat Men, Gypsies And Pictures Of Kiwi Paedos


“So far, Madeleine has also been seen in: Italy, Sweden, Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Majorca, Belgium, Bosnia, France, Australia, Brazil, Wales, Malta, Italy and Dorset.”
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"And the McCanns can now look. They have the documents. And they may well have the money soon, as they seek libel damages from Goncalo Amaral. Meanwhile, Madeleine McCann is missing – still missing…”

Madeleine McCann in New Zealand !!!!!!!!

 
 
"One of the reported sightings came seven months after Madeleine's disappearance, when CCTV footage showed a man leading a young girl resembling Madeleine into a Dunedin supermarket."

"Although the girl said her name was Hailey, a security guard who approached her was convinced she was Madeleine and reported the incident to police. Interpol in Wellington sent the images to police in Portugal, who deemed it irrelevant."

"None of the files were given to private investigators working for the McCanns, who took legal action against Portuguese detective Goncalo Amaral to get the information released.
Mrs McCann said there were several instances where credible leads had not been followed up on.”

"We're gutted, it's absolutely shocking and difficult. Some of the information handed in was very credible. It's heartbreaking to know that it seems to end there."