Friday, 21 October 2011

Gerry and Kate Mccann in Spain to promote the book "Madeleine" - 19 October 2011




MADRID, SPAIN - OCTOBER 19. 2011 (Getty Images for Dallas News)
 

Thursday, 6 October 2011

John Redwood, a "version" much "better" than Lord Toby Harris


John Redwood, a Member of Parliament for the Conservative Party since 1987 and Chairman of the Party's Economic Competitiveness Policy Group, published a post, in his personal blog, on September 10, criticising the McCann family and the Portuguese Police, which he considered showed “little (..) competence” in Madeleine's investigation. In the post, called “The McCanns - plenty of theories, little evidence” - John Redwood wrote that “the Mc Canns theory that the girl was abducted also needs evidence to support it” and asked a few questions. The same day, Mr. John Redwood blog vanished and was out of line for sometime. When the blog (“John Redwood's Diary”) came back, the post criticising the McCann has been deleted. 
Much better than Lord Toby Harris, no?

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Lord Toby Harris and Madeleine McCan's death





 One thing can't be changed, when you make a post in a blog -  the original "adress name" of that post: 

http://www.lordtobyharris.org.uk/the-prime-ministers-instruction-to-the-metropolitan-police-to-review-madeleine-mccanns-death-is-in-breach-of-the-draft-protocol-that-is-supposed-to-protect-the-operational-independence-of-the-poli/

People can edit the content, but if they don't delet the post, the original first phrases are still there, in the post internet adress name. "Netiquete" demands that you show clearly to your readers that you corrected or changed the content of a post. Lord Toby Harris forget that?

Sunday, 2 October 2011

Scotland Yard Goes to Portugal

 

A few weeks ago, a friend of mine asked me if I knew something about the visit that some Scotland Yard officers paid to PJ, in Portugal. I told him they have been there, indeed. Now, just a few more details: the weather was wonderful, food and wine superb (and cheap...) and their colleagues at Polícia Judiciária were professional and polite.
At the end, they were back in UK with nothing new. Because, as they knew very well, the case can only be reopen if new evidence emerges. As the Scotland Yard officers had no new evidence, the case remains as it is: waiting for new evidence.
About the thousands and thousands of pages from the files, concerning Madeleine McCann disappearance, Scotland Yard has digital copies of ALL the files. And they were delivered to them many months ago. So, if they really wanted to make a full review of the case, they just needed to go through those pages, phrase by phrase.
At the end of the day, just a few more pounds from the British taxpayer wasted, because the long arm of the McCann managed to reach another politician. Nothing new, indeed...