Saturday, 9 February 2008

Page on stand by….

Due to a small health problem (nothing serious, but takes some time, may be a few weeks….) this page will not be updated with regularity. My apologies, and I’ll be back as soon as I can.

88 comments:

Africanmum said...

Get well soon. God bless.

mk said...

que vaya bien Paulo.

Irina said...

Get well soon Paulo.

Anonymous said...

Hope you'll recover soon!

Anonymous said...

Paulo...
Please get better soon! We miss you!
Your friend from the States xx

KC said...

As melhoras Paulo !

Sue said...

Get well soon Paulo.

Anonymous said...

el caso McCann enferma a todos los que entran en contacto con él ...???

Anonymous said...

Paulo,
Wishing you a speedy recovery.
Conscious deep breathing is the most essential ingredient to healing.
Strength.

SHU said...

Oh,Silent Man!

Espero mesmo que sejam PEQUENOS os problemas de saúde.O seu texto talvez indique que esses problemas serão consigo. Seja como for: consigo ou com os seus entes queridos,TUDO DE MUITO BOM!

Ou se partiu todo com a mota ou teve algum "encontrão"(espero que não seja o caso ou está longe.

Mais uma vez o Paulo tem imensos apoios.

Abraço forte (se aguentar) de LX.
Arranja alguma coisa muito importante do "meu ano; do novo ano?"

SHU

SHU said...

"À sua conta os outros blogs quase que param.Ou param mesmo.
Além do "pequeno problema de saúde que levará à volta de algumas semanas" e QUE SE RESOLVA BEM,temos que as suas informações são-nos preciosas bem como o sentir que está connosco.

SHU

SHU said...

To read/ à lire sur http://sosmaddie.dhblogs.be/

08.02.2008
Pressions britanniques "ont affecté le bon déroulement de l’enquête"
More/Plus.....à lire/to read.

Anonymous said...

Get well soon, Paulo

marga said...

Já estava a achar estranho um blackout assim tão longo, mas com as coisas como estão, já nem sei o que pensar...

As melhoras e força...:-)

SHU said...

http://diariodigital.sapo.pt/news.asp?id_news=317797:

HORRÍVEL:

"....PJ ajuda a desmantelar rede de pedofilia internacional

Uma dica que partiu da Polícia Judiciária (PJ) portuguesa levou ao desmantelamento de uma rede de pedofilia internacional, que actuava entre a Itália, Turquia e Portugal.
As autoridades nacionais conseguiram entrar num portal de pedofilia e, através do visionamento dos vídeos, conseguiu identificar os seus membros.

A partir das pistas, as polícias italiana e turca conseguiram desmantelar a rede, que agia em colégios portugueses e turcos, detendo 16 pessoas, entre as quais um médico e um oficial da guarda costeira.

Através de 10 buscas domiciliárias, as autoridades puderam identificar mais membros da rede, da qual também faziam parte um arquitecto e um comerciante, ambos italianos.

Foram igualmente recolhidos vários vídeos e material fotográfico de conteúdo explícito, incluindo um filme de 10 minutos em que uma criança de dois anos é abusada sexualmente. "

TRISTE MUNDO ESTE!

Joana Morais said...

As melhoras Paulo,
um abraço

Anonymous said...

What happened to the forensic evidence from the trunk of the car? What about the cadaver dog evidence? Why is the case closing?

SHU said...

http://www.thebulletin.us/site/news.cfm?newsid=18817345&BRD=2737&PAG=461&dept_id=619050&rfi=6

http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2008/02/there-go-letters-again.html

Freindly Fire: McCanns Are Guilty Either Way
By: Chris Freind, The Bulletin
09/14/2007


McCanns, and British Media, Are 'Suspect'
By: Chris Freind, The Bulletin
09/07/2007

SHU said...

Continuando:...."Colin, I have only two questions for you:

1) Why don't you ask little Madeleine about her parent's "compassion"?

2) Since I relish a chance to talk with Kate and Gerry about my "slander", and since you seem so close to them, how about arranging a meeting? They may have a lot of time to kill."

SHU said...

e mais: "....They must be made an example of what happens when parents abdicate the responsibility of actually parenting. The McCann's are singlehandedly responsible for this situation, and they should not be let off the hook under the rationale that "they have already suffered enough."
Tell Madeleine about the odds. Tell her about "suffering".
Hope the paella was worth it, Mr. and Mrs. McCann."


Read all Chris Freind: Freindly Fire

SHU said...

e: ....."http://www.thebulletin.us/site/news.cfm?newsid=18817345&BRD=2737&PAG=461&dept_id=619050&rfi=6"...
FROM:

The Bulletín

Philadelphia´s Family Newspaper

SHU said...

Sunday, February 10, 2008

The Bulletin Vol. V No. 26

SHU said...

Ainda bem, espero que seja o Silent Man,só assim isto terá sentido,portanto ainda bem que vai colocando as informações.

Ficamos contentes. Porque somos seus fans visto que acreditamos em si e,por isso o apreciamos e desejamos que o problema(s)seja qual for ,se decida(m) por boa recuperação.

SHU said...

Tablóide "

Madeleine McCann's parents were yesterday given fresh hope of being released from their suspect status after Portuguese police admitted they don't have any evidence against them.

A review of the case by homicide experts from the Judicial Police has turned up no proof that Kate and Gerry McCann played a part in four-year-old Madeleine's disappearance.

Attorney General Fernando Pinto Montiero told respected Portuguese newspaper Expresso: "The couple's legal status will be considered at the appropriate moment, depending on various elements still to be obtained."

Legal letters outlining 40 questions police still want the McCanns to answer will be sent to the UK authorities this week.
The newspaper reported: "They will only remain arguidos (suspects) if there are screaming contradictions revealed in the answers to the letters sent to England."

http://www.sundaymirror.co.uk/news/2008/02/10/mccann-cops-no-evidence-98487-20314067/
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Continuando a bater na mesma tecla(enquanto o pau vai e vem...):

Dossier do thesun:
Sunday, February 10, 2008
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/maddie/


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Silent Man: para que a J.M. envie,desta vez um abraço,com desejo de melhoras...
Espero que não tenha havido encontrão para que demore semanas...
Na dúvida(pode estar longe)BOAS MELHORAS!

SHU said...

From:
http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/view/29090/McCanns-to-be-cleared/

10th February 2008 By Jonathan Corke Your Shout ( 52 )
POLICE are to give Kate and Gerry McCann the chance to clear their names over daughter Maddie’s disappearance.

The couple, who have been official suspects in the case for five months, will be asked by Portuguese detectives to respond to 40 questions.

Sources say that unless there are “screaming contradictions” the couple will be cleared.

Last night the McCanns’ spokesman Clarence Mitchell said the sooner they are questioned the better.

He said: “There won’t be any screaming contradictions and hopefully the emphasis can then be put on finding Madeleine, who we believe is still alive.”

Legal letters outlining the 40 questions are to be sent to the Home Office this week. Interviews are then likely to be carried out by detectives from Leicestershire police, the McCanns’ local force.

Speaking exclusively to the Daily Star Sunday, Gerry’s brother John McCann said that making the couple arguidos had “led people into a cul de sac”.

He said: “Any sensible person realises Madeleine was abducted.

“We didn’t anticipate being in this position after nine months.”

Barcelona-based Metodo 3, the private investigation firm working for the McCanns, currently has ten men “on the ground” in Praia da Luz searching for the four-year-old. ( 3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3,3 years old!)

They also have operatives in Spain, North Africa and elsewhere across the globe. (Holidays...)

John McCann added: “Until somebody comes up with something to say otherwise, we will never stop looking for Madeleine.”

WE HOPE!

Meanwhile, a British photographer once linked to Maddie’s disappearance has revealed why he mysteriously fled Praia da Luz.

Christian Ridout, 32, said he was driven out after receiving death threats from locals following accusations he groomed an under-age girl for sex in 2005.

Ridout, who has since changed his name to Dexter Troy and now works in Los Angeles, insisted the allegations were lies.

AGAIN!

Anonymous said...

Gerry's Blogs (Days 243-Date) Jan/Feb
Fevereiro: dia 1.------------

SHU said...

Pobre,mas mesmo pobre o Nóia de Altura. Neste site,lado a lado com o retrato robot(por enquanto o...último)Em vídeo.
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/fc/madeleine-mccann.html
E na coluna esquerda o "pig farmer"-o Nóia,mais uma vez.

Ora,quem conhece o pig farmer até diz que a seus olhos, é um belo homem.

Para os "outros" é igual.Enfim.
É um mete n---!

Anonymous said...

So....is this blog site dead, now that mccanns are in the clear??

Anonymous said...

domingo 10 de febrero de 2008
¿En contra de los homólogos?

Sunday Express - Dai Davies, conocido de Clarence Mitchell, y consultor para diversas empresas privadas, sostiene que ya es hora de que "Scotland Yard tome la iniciativa," en Portugal para realizar interrogatorios a los sospechosos. Davies fue corresponsal de la BBC para la familia real, y ha asumido la defensa de Gerry y Kate McCann en varios medios de comunicación británicos, considerando que el hecho de que la pareja hubiera dejado a sus hijos solos en el apartamento en varias ocasiones y durante varias horas, no constituye un abandono.

"Eso es ridículo! No veo que Scotland Yard pueda hacer más, porque nosotros hemos participado en la investigación desde los primeros momentos", dice un alto oficial de la policía de Leicestershire comentando sobre las declaraciones de Davies, al Sunday Express. "Creo que la tarea más urgente es dar a nuestros homólogos portugueses la oportunidad de continuar su trabajo, entrevistando a los testigos que consideren necesarios", dijo el mismo funcionario en Leicester.

Mr Davies sostiene: “Estoy preocupado porque tenemos un cuerpo (policial) que inicialmente ofreció apoyo a los McCann y luego aparentemente trabaja para los policías portugueses que los investigan. No se puede hacer ambas cosas. Creo que necesitamos una aclaración de parte de Leicestershire que diga exactamente qué es lo que están haciendo.”

Perdón, perdón somos lentos, no entendemos y también estamos preocupados. ¿Por qué no se puede hacer ambas cosas: apoyar a los McCann en los primeros momentos, e investigarlos luego cuando resultan implicados? ¿Se trata de dos candidatos presidenciales o de dos implicados en la desaparición de una menor por negligencia parental?

Que alguien nos aclare esta duda: La Policía Británica ¿está para investigar junto a sus homólogos, o para brindar apoyo a quienes sus homólogos consideran sospechosos?

En el mundo del revés abrir la boca y decir cualquier tontería es gratis y hasta pareciera ser divertido. Me refiero a las que decimos aquí, por supuesto.

Eloisa®

http://esplendordelaforma.blogspot.com/

SHU said...

Do Blog de Joana Morais.

http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2008/02/there-go-letters-again.html:

European Media Monitor On Madeleine Mccann"s Case:

Podrían cerrar el caso Madeleine
McCann's private detectives charging Find Madeleine fund £50,000 per month in EXPENSES

Caso Madeleine McCann podría archivarse en breve

Caso Madeleine podría archivarse pronto

Ouders Maddie gaan in beroep

SHU said...

BLOG do Gerry,segundo http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/DAYS_251_to_300.htm

Day 283: 10/02/2008 - Sunday-No Entry

Day 282: 09/02/2008 - Saturday-No Entry

Day 281: 08/02/2008 - Friday-No Entry

Day 280: 07/02/2008 - Thursday-No Entry

Day 279: 06/02/2008 - Wednesday-No Entry

Day 278: 05/02/2008 - Tuesday-No Entry

Day 277: 04/02/2008 - Monday-No Entry

Day 276: 03/02/2008 - Sunday-No Entry

Day 275: 02/02/2008 - Saturday-No Entry

Observer said...

Another web site which will be closed down bei Clarrie McMitchel?

SHU said...

"So....is this blog site dead, now that mccanns are in the clear??

11 February 2008 06:36-Anonymous.

Please,Anonymous from 06:36!
If you write words,probably you can read the text from the Blogger!
What you do´nt understand?

" A small health problem....may be a few weeks...and I´ll be back as soon as I CAN!

Anonymous,06:36: go to the school,please!

Anonymous 6:36 said...

So Sorry SHU, READ my words....I asked because McCanns were said to be in the CLEAR... not in regards to Paulos health...

All the news lately is that McCanns are in the clear and case is closed...ok?

BTW get well soon Paulo.
SHU, why don't you go to school, and get some manners not to start fights on someone's blog site.

Anonymous said...

No news! Nothing!So many silence!Why?So strange!What will be the meaning?

Anonymous said...

Como vai?
Tudo para melhor.Cumprimentos.

Anonymous said...

Paulo,

How anyone could ever leave Maddie alone and unprotected is something I will never understand. I simply cannot understand the actions of her parents.

They are Catholics who refused to follow the moral authority of their Church and used the condemned IVF procedure. WHY???

They are doctors who refuse to accept the authoritative findings of the British Medical establishment (BMJ reports) which scientifically prove that it is dangerous to leave children alone and unsupervised. WHY???

They were guests in Portugal and refuse to cooperate with the authorities in the investigation of their own missing child. They injure the investigation and add insult to injury by calling the police names. WHY???

What kind of a mission are they on? To overturn common sense, good morals, basic manners and decency?

Paulo, I hope and pray that you get well soon.

-U.S. poster

Anonymous said...

http://tinyurl.com/2gxe5m


Ministro português diz que conclusão do caso Madeleine está perto

Madeleine McCann enquiry has almost reached concluson.


Also on BBC, Sky News, Telegraph front page. As you will see, not something spun by anyone but the Portuguese authorities

Anonymous said...

http://www.portugalresident.com/portugalresident/showstory.asp?s=MADDY&sid=209

PORTUGALRESIDENT

Updated: 14 February 2008

Madeleine case may be dropped

By: CECÍLIA PIRES

cecilia@portugalresident.com

THE MADELEINE McCann case may be dropped by Portuguese police if new evidence to sustain the continuity of the investigation is not found, it is believed in the Portuguese judicial sector.

Although the national public prosecutor already sent the enquiry letters to the UK, as confirmed to The Resident by a spokeswoman from Procuradoria-Geral da República, no new evidence seems to have been added to the case, with the EXISTING evidence being insufficient to guarantee the continuity of the investigation. The enquiry letters contain questions for some of the friends and family members of the McCanns who were in Praia da Luz on May 3.

While waiting for a reply from the UK police authorities, the rumours about the Madeleine case being dropped have been spreading in the Portuguese weekly and daily newspapers last week, as a result of a political controversy triggered after Alípio Ribeiro, the PJ national director, admitted the investigation was “hasty” on naming Gerry and Kate McCann as “arguidos” in September.

Mr Ribeiro’s statements led to a special request from an MP member of the opposition party CDS-PP, at the beginning of this week as was reported by Correio da Manhã. Nuno Melo asked the Justice Minister, Alberto Costa, to explain in parliament if Portuguese citizens have any reasons “to fear an out-of-control judicial system” in Portugal.

The session was expected to be held on Wednesday, February 13, after The Resident went to press.

In the meantime, search operations in the Arade dam, near Silves, commissioned by the Madeira-based lawyer Marcos Aragão, are expected to restart after the weekend, depending on the success of the lawyer’s fundraising campaign.

Richard Lawrence, from Dive Time, the diving company from Lagos involved in the search, told The Resident that contrary to what has been reported in the media, the divers “have been working almost for free” and that the water conditions are very bad. However, he added, “there are still a few parts of the dam to search especially near the tower and that is where we will probably go next”.

Anonymous said...

What's next? Posters of the parents of missing children stating, "WANTED - THE TRUTH."

Anonymous said...

Small health problem? But few weeks...
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What hapenned? Probabbly serious. But we hope not.

All the best and get well ( you or someone from Your Family).

Anonymous said...

Hi Paulo
Hope you are ok.

Interesting post on 3A

Enfants Kidnappes 16.2.08

http://www.the3arguidos.net/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=4055&st=0&sk=t&sd=a&start=0

Anonymous said...

Good morning and all of Your Family and You have a nice day and better days.

Anonymous said...

We,Your readers friends, like a positiv signal about Your situation.It is possible?

The BEST to You and Your Family.
Good DAYS!

Anonymous said...

Please go to:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhv_DiLj0fQ&eurl=http://benneedham.blogspot.com/2008/01/madeleine-mccann-ben-needham-worlds.html

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/BenNeedhamAbduction

You all must go there. Ben and Maddie ,two worlds very different.

Anonymous said...

http://benneedham18.blogspot.com/

Thursday, December 13, 2007
Illegal Adoptions GR & UK

Anonymous said...

There are two very good videos in the YouTube by Marianna from Australia: McCanns Infantile Memory and another one about all the wonderful internet bloggers that are trying to give an unbiased coverage of the Madeleine McCann case. These bloggers are doing a fantastic job!
You too, Paulo!

Anonymous said...

Hi Paulo,

How are you?

Wishing you a very speedy and good recovery.

Hope to see you back soon.

With kind regards,

Chubby

Anonymous said...

Hi Paulo, hope you are ok.

Just some news about the sniffer dogs previously used in Maddie case.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2008/02/24/nremains324.xml

ratonthebeam said...

Please take care Paulo, and get well soon. We need you!

Anonymous said...

see Eloisa
www.esplendordelaforma.blogspot.com

Diego A.A. said...

What a pity, having so interesting news regarding the Mariluz Cortés' affair.

Anonymous said...

ratonthebeam said...
Please take care Paulo, and get well soon. We need you!

24 February 2008 23:28

Shame Aw rattle

Anonymous said...

From:http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/columnists/parsons/


Ultimate solution in our sick society
Tony Parsons 25/02/2008
We no longer watch the early evening news in our house.

Our five-year-old is still up and about at that hour and I find that I can no longer even begin to explain what is on the news to her.

I can no longer even explain it to myself.

Sally Anne Bowman, killed and then raped by cocaine addict Mark Dixie. Killed and then raped, God help us.

Tania Nicol, Gemma Adams, pregnant Anneli Alderton, Paula Clennell, and Annette Nicholls, all slaughtered by Steve Wright while his partner was working the night shift at a call centre.

Five prostitutes, we are told. Five heroin addicts. As if that makes them any less somebody's daughter.

And then there's the leering killers of Garry Newlove, jailed for life - or more like ten to 15 years - for kicking this husband and father to death for daring to object to them vandalising his wife's car.

No remorse. Even behind bars, one of the little scumbags boasts that this brave, decent man "got what was coming to him" for failing to show his pimple-faced killers "respect".

This is our country now. A land of such cruelty and violence that it beggars belief.

A man murdering young women while his wife is at work. A father beaten to death for daring to raise his voice against mindless yobbery.

And a girl who dreamed of being a model, murdered and her corpse violated by someone who just happened to be passing.

How do you explain the news to a child who asks you why that lady on TV is crying? You don't.

You leave the TV off because you want your child to be as far away from all this sickness and poison as possible, even though you know it is waiting just outside your front door.

We have had horrific crimes in this country before but I can't recall a time when the news has been so full of unremitting horror.

I have never known so many voices, maddened with grief, for the restoration of the death penalty. The wife of Garry Newlove. The parents of Sally Anne Bowman. The parents of Paula Clennell.

And the aunt of Tania Nicol, who said: "These crimes deserve the ultimate punishment.

"Tania and the other victims were given no human rights by this monster but he will be guarded by the establishment at great cost to the taxpayers and emotionally to the bereaved families."

That is the most devastating argument in favour of capital punishment. My innocent loved one died but the guilty murderer is allowed to live. It will never happen, of course. The establishment in this country are united in their abhorrence of capital punishment.

Those of us who believe in the death penalty are considered deranged, blood-hungry madmen.

And yet those grieving relatives calling for the restoration of the death penalty seem totally sane.

A country where a life sentence frequently means a decade-anda- bit.

A place where the innocent are slaughtered and the guilty are allowed to die of old age in bed.

A land where you are terrified of your child catching a glimpse of the six o'clock news.

That is the true madness."

________________________________

Outono said...

Também apareço como Anonymous.E tenho colocado muitas das notícias ou links aqui para que possam ir ver.
Coloquei vários,mas houve um que teve eco: o dos dois mundos diferentes de 2 crianças com ligação à pág. de M. Faith.

Vi que, talvez,espero,por bom senso e pela qualidade de ser humano que possui, dispensa alguns que sabe serem meus.

Ontem e hoje ao ler os comentários,fico cada vez mais preocupada consigo (ou sua familia). " Panico" termo aportuguesado de "paniquer". Quem me dera saber e poder ajudar. É um Homem BOM e com óptimo espiríto de familia e ,por ela estará muito bem apoiado. Nem sei que dizer. O melhor.
__________________________
E tenho sossego interior pois sei que deliberadamente nunca prejudiquei alguém......Mentira....penso mais nos outros e prejudico-me a mim própria, mas não me arrependo.Condicionaram-me desta maneira por ser a 1ª de muitos irmãos e ficou para sempre.E ontem fiquei muito triste.Coisas. Acontece ser mal entendida.Mas é muito chato.E fico derrubada.Mas vai passar.

Shu

Anonymous said...

Hi Paulo,

Hope you are better. The HTFM agency has put out a directive to agents to target unfavourable youtube videos of the infamously negligent McCanns. IMO the same tactic is being employed that was used to shut down the Mirror forum. One of their own agents produces a particularly vile (their word) video or message, posts it and then campaigns for a shutdown.

The HTFM missive is posted on the 3 Arguidos site.

Outono said...

Obrigada,Silent Man. Tudo de muito bom para a sua Familia e para si.

Alguns que o conhecem e, eu não, só lhe dizem para tomar cuidado;que lamentam;que melhore;...
Que se terá passado? Afrontas fisicas?

THE BEST TO YOU ALL.

Outono said...

Como eu não sabi o que significava a sigla IMO,fui ver e aqui fica para os "ignorantes" como eu:
(do Google)
"IMO is a web messenger and video chat service. It lets you IM your buddies on AIM, Google Talk, MSN, and Yahoo. It's fun, easy to use, and requires no ...
https://imo.im/ - 3k - Em cache - Páginas semelhantes"


_______________________________

Já sabe que eu não domino o Inglês: há um comentário que diz " que vergonha?" ( o que lhe fizeram? Eu não quero criar confusão; SHAME....

Anonymous said...

more spin:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/worldnews.html?in_article_id=520929&in_page_id=1811



PS
why can't we all just get along

and get well soon Paulo, I miss you!!!!

Outono said...

Tentando facilitar tb.:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/news/headlines.html?in_page_id=1770

"A Portuguese taxi driver has told how he picked up Madeleine McCann with a blonde woman who looked like Kate McCann and three men including one who looked like suspect Robert Murat the night of her disappearance.

Antonio Castela, 67, said he dropped off the missing girl and her English-speaking mystery companions at an Algarve hotel and watched them drive off in a blue jeep. " Continua...
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Procurar por aqui:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/worldnews.html?in_article_id=520929&in_page_id=1811

Outono said...

We all Your readers, we missYou a lot.
The best!

Outono said...

Google translation Francês/Inglês e de:
http://sosmaddie.dhblogs.be/
D.Levy

27.02.2008
It's official: letters of request accepted
Inspectors from the Judicial Police and its British counterparts began today the first official contacts in setting the agenda of interviews requested by the Portuguese authorities for several months.

The letters rogatory, rejected in the first instance, have required the agreement of the Ministry of Interior British, obtained only after countless diplomacy of the Portuguese authorities.

The letters rogatory will allow the judicial police to conduct further interrogation the couple McCann and his friends, as well as to grasp the original diary of the mother Madeleine.

In British territory inspectors Portuguese police will accompany the interrogation and various due diligence requested in connection with the investigation in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, or his parents are still "arguidos."

Outono said...

Sexta-feira: início de mais um fim de semana. Que seja passado da melhor maneira e sempre muito bem apoiado. A Familía é muito importante,mas não é novidade para si.

THE BEST!Para si e para todos os que ama ,admira e confia.

Outono said...

Parti do Blog de J.M./http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/folha/mundo/ult94u377250.shtml

da Ansa, em Londres

Uma equipe da polícia judicial portuguesa viajará nos próximos dias ao Reino Unido para interrogar os médicos ingleses Kate e Gerry McCann, pais da menina Madeleine, que desapareceu no último dia 3 de maio no sul de Portugal.

A equipe policial planeja interrogar também os amigos que jantaram com os McCann na noite do desaparecimento de menina.

As autoridades portuguesas esperaram durante meses por uma aprovação britânica, mas fontes próximas ao caso informaram agora ao jornal português "24 Horas": "Estamos finalizando os últimos detalhes. Dentro de cerca de dez dias nossa equipe de investigadores vai viajar ao Reino Unido".

Madeleine McCann, 4, desapareceu enquanto dormia acompanhada dos irmãos, os gêmeos Sean e Amelie, em um quarto de hotel no complexo turístico de Ocean Club, em Praia da Luz. Os pais dela jantavam com um grupo de sete amigos em um restaurante próximo.

Um dos amigos que jantou com os McCann naquela noite, Russell O'Brien, 36, levantou-se da mesa para mudar os lençóis da cama de seu filho que estava doente, pouco antes do anúncio do desaparecimento de Madeleine.

Os empregados do hotel, no entanto, negam terem recebido qualquer pedido de novos lençóis.

A polícia portuguesa fez também um pedido formal para confiscar o diário particular de Kate McCann, que narra com riqueza de detalhes seu estado emocional e demonstra o quão difícil era para ela conciliar a rotina diária de trabalho e cuidar dos filhos.

Anonymous said...

Gerry decepcionado ahora con la policía francesa. Cháchara sobre organizaciones y proyectos pero ni una sola palabra sobre responder a los interrogatorios de la PJ en Portugal. Es evidente que Gerry prefiere las organizaciones privadas a las instituciones de los países soberanos. Las organizaciones privadas realizan búsquedas privadas, análisis privados y administran justicia privada, a la medida del bolsillo del ciudadano que gusta pagar.

¿Cómo pretende Gerry que las organizaciones, privadas o institucionales, recolecten datos si los padres de los niños desaparecidos se niegan, como los McCann, a responder a las preguntas de los detectives?

Nos gustaría mucho ver más pasión y compromiso en la colaboración de los McCann con la policía ... casi la misma pasión que pusieron en salir volando de Portugal.

Seguimos esperando saber quien estuvo involucrado en la desaparición de Madeleine y a qué se debe el reguero de olor a cadáver tan bien detectado por los eficientes perros británicos en el apartamento donde durmió Madeleine por última vez y en las ropas de su madre.

http://esplendordelaforma.blogspot.com/

Outono said...

24 dias/3 semanas.....
Tudo de Muitissimo Bom para Si e Sua Família.Seja o que for,que passe rápido.
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Com tradução do Google e a notícia vem no SOS Maddie.Be/D.Levy,aqui deixo:
02.03.2008
Witness the case Councillor McCann become of the House of Common
Sheree Dodd, a communication experts that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Foreign Office - was sent to Portugal to help the couple McCann manage the campaign of media coverage of the disappearance of their daughter Madeleine, just to be initiated by the carrier floor of the House of Common, Michael Martin, to "improve" its reputation and relationship with the media.

A former journalist with the Daily Mirror, Sheree Dodd worked as responsible for communication for various government services from the United Kingdom. She regularly works for the central information office as an independent expert.

In the disappearance of Madeleine, and after nine days of work in Praia da Luz, Sheree Dodd had raised several issues deemed sensitive by the Foreign Office, was replaced immediately by Clarence Mitchell.

The name of Sheree Dodd is part of a list of witnesses in the trial Madeleine McCann.
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Destaco:
Witness the case Councillor McCann become of the House of Common
Sheree Dodd, a communication experts that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs - Foreign Office -
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e: ..."Sheree Dodd had raised several issues deemed sensitive by the Foreign Office, was replaced immediately by Clarence Mitchell."
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Portanto,será que terá imunidade Diplomática, a Assessora do casal nos importantissimos 1.ºs 9 dias?
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Sim,parece-me ume questão de "arrumação" .

Outono.

Anonymous said...

Missing: The contrasting searches for Shannon and Madeleine.
Has class influenced the rewards offered and publicity given to two campaigns to find missing children?
Cole Moreton goes to Dewsbury to investigate.
Sunday, 2 March 2008
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/missing-the-contrasting-searches-for-shannon-and-madeleine-790207.html
Shannon Matthews has been missing for nearly two weeks now. Yesterday, her mother Karen made another plea for help in finding the nine-year-old girl, last seen walking home from school in freezing fog on the Tuesday before last. "Mother's Day is a day when every mum wants her children around them," she said in a statement released by the police. "Today, I don't want cards or presents, I just want my darling daughter home."


The Sun has put up a £20,000 reward. A disabled pensioner who wishes he could have joined the hundreds of neighbours out looking for Shannon in Dewsbury Moor, West Yorkshire, has said he will give his own reward. Winston Bedford, 66, can afford £500. His gesture is symbolic of the enormous effort local people have put into finding "Shan". But they are only too aware of the painful comparison with what happened in the last high-profile case of a missing little girl.

By the time Madeleine McCann had been gone this long last May, the reward was up to £2.6m. Sir Richard Branson, J K Rowling and Wayne Rooney had all contributed and appeals had been made by footballers Cristiano Ronaldo and David Beckham. The world's media had set up camp at Praia da Luz in Portugal, and the four-year-old was known worldwide just by her first name.

Shannon's uncle, Neil Hyett, lives next door to her, and has had his house and garden searched. The media frenzy of last week bewildered him, but like many others in Dewsbury Moor he says he now wishes he could find a way to make it continue. "It's all gone quiet, hasn't it?" he said at the sparse community centre from which the leaflet and poster campaign continues to be run. "Last week, you couldn't park for television vans. Now they've all been sent away on other stories." Even The Sun's support yesterday caused disappointment. "I'm devastated, to be honest," said a coach driver, as others around him agreed. "That poster should have been on the front page." It was on page 17.

Shannon's mother Karen, 32, had been staying with friends as she couldn't bear to go back to their house. But she has moved back in now, with her children Tony, Cameron and Courtney, aged 11, five and two. They share the house with their stepfather Craig Meehan, 22, but Karen's other children are not with them.

Asked how Karen was, her friend Julie Bushby let a long silence fall before answering. "She has her moments every day when she can't stop the tears. How long can someone cry for?"

The closest the family and friends have got to sharing their story with sporting superstars is handing out leaflets before rugby league matches. Even that has been frustrating. "We went to the Leeds Rhinos match on Friday night, but it were crap," said Mr Hyett. "They wouldn't let us stand right by the ground."

There was support that night in the George – the pub close to the Matthews house – as big men in Leeds Rhinos shirts prepared to watch the match on the bar TV. Close to a sign offering pie and peas for £2 was another with the face of Shannon. "We know nowt about it," said one man, gruffly. "Nobody does," said his friend. "We mind though."

They do. Enough to volunteer to search the parks, hedges, back alleys and any other hidey-holes they could think of in sub-zero temperatures in those early days and nights. Police had to warn local men not endanger themselves, after they were seen climbing into building sites. The moor was searched, and a pond dragged twice. Sniffer dogs and a helicopter were brought out too while it was still hoped she had run off on her own. But the wind has been too fierce, the damp too invasive and the night chill too ferocious for that to be plausible now.

"It is a very volatile community," said Reverend Canon Kevin Partington, rector of Dewsbury, who spoke at a vigil last Tuesday night. "There is a sense of helplessness and ... not hopelessness, but anger, certainly. This is now looking as if it will turn out to be a tragedy. Nobody wants to acknowledge that, but the longer it goes on, the more ominous it looks. We must go on hoping, though."

Dewsbury Moor was "an area of acute social deprivation" he said. "You just have to walk through the streets to see that." The council has tried to make the estate nicer, with play areas and penguin statues, and the writing in the tarmac declares it a "Home Zone". But the signs are off the frames, and the trees hung with litter. Kids with hoods tied up tight stand on street corners, even in the rain.

Julie Bushby, who is also chair of the Moorside Tenants' Association, said the people of Dewsbury Moor had been misjudged: "Listen, we're not pissed out of us trees or high as a kite all the time, like they associate with council estates. Ninety per cent of people here work," she said. "We've all taken money out of us own pockets for this."

One leafletter last week said the effort was "just like the McCanns'... though their campaign is rich and to be honest we haven't got a lot here."

Kate and Gerry McCann had a lot: they were a couple of nice middle-class doctors on holiday in an upmarket resort. The sort of people many want to be, which led to commentators like Allison Pearson in the Daily Mail saying: "This kind of thing doesn't usually happen to people like us." Their friends had resources and played the media game expertly, releasing pictures and stories, bit by bit.

Back in Britain, within those first 12 days, the McCanns got Premier League footballers to wear Madeleine T-shirts and athletes to run in yellow ribbons. They asked for advice from the likes of Phil Hall, former editor of the News of the World. And there was another factor: Madeleine was cute, and Kate McCann good-looking. The cameras loved her, even when she broke down during a press conference, clutching her daughter's pink Cuddle Cat.

Karen Matthews is not as elegant, nor as eloquent. Middle England may not envy her life, or identify with it. But the 32-year-old looked as lost and in pain as any other mother would when she broke down in tears outside her home the day after Shannon went. "I'm begging you, baby, please come back," she said. But it seemed that almost as much attention was paid to the fact that Karen has had seven babies by five fathers. Shannon's dad Leon Rose left four years ago.

So the family is complicated, and working-class. The people of Dewsbury Moor don't have the connections, the finances or the know-how. "But we're not giving up," said Julie Bushby. "No way. Two children have gone missing, that's the point. Everyone feels the same when that happens: rich, pauper, whatever. Good luck to Kate McCann. It's the kids we're looking for isn't it? Not the mothers."

The last CCTV images of Shannon show her at Dewsbury swimming pool after a lesson on 19 February. She is wearing a puffer jacket with a fur-lined hood, blue school top and furry pink and grey Bratz boots. A coach took pupils from the pool back to school and she was seen setting off home. On Friday, her best friend Megan Aldridge said Shannon had been bullied at school: "The girl called her fat, ugly and stupid. I told her to leave her alone. Now Shannon's gone, I've no one to play with."

Yesterday, Detective Superintendent Andy Brennan made an appeal to people in Dewsbury Moor who might seen someone "behaving out of the ordinary".

Strange things have certainly happened. Last Saturday night, a 43-year-old local man was found on the grass outside his house, singing or moaning, "Jesus Christ." His hands had been nailed to two pieces of wood that resembled a cross. The man had a Shannon poster on his wall, but the police said they did not know of a link with her disappearance.

They said the same about a man who attempted to abduct a 12-year-old girl in Wakefield, 10 miles away, on the day Shannon went missing. She was also called Shannon. "It makes you think," said her mother. "Has he got something about the name?"

On Friday an officer close to the investigation denied the police had let things go quiet because they knew something they weren't saying. Further media events were planned for next week, he insisted. "Anybody here could have her," said Mr Hyett yesterday, looking around the community centre. "I could. She could." Some people might have thought him a suspect after his house was searched, but the police insisted it was routine. "You just don't know. We hope they've got a lead. We hope they find her. We think she's still alive... otherwise why would we do all this?"

Madeleine McCann

Age: Four. Parents: Kate, 40, a GP. Gerry, 39, a cardiologist. Siblings: Twins, now aged two.

Home: Detached house, Leicestershire.

UK press stories after nine days: 465.

Rewards offered: £2.6m: the 'News of the World', Stephen Winyard, Philip Green, Simon Cowell, Coleen McLoughlin, 'The Sun', Sir Richard Branson, J K Rowling.

Public donations: £1.1m:

J K Rowling, Bryan Adams, David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo, John Terry, Phil Neville, David Moyes, the England cricket team.

Wikipedia profile: 2,182 words after nine days.

Shannon Matthews

Age: Nine. Parents: Karen, 32, and Leon Rose, 29. Stepfather, Craig, 22. Siblings: Six boys and girls, from her mother's partnerships with five different men.

Home: Three-bed council house, Dewsbury Moor.

UK press stories after nine days: 242.

Rewards offered: £25,500. Made up of £20,000 by 'The Sun', £5,000 from Huddersfield firm Joseph International, £500 from Wakefield pensioner Winston Bedford.

Public donations: Thousands at most, including Leona Lewis.

Wikipedia profile: 151 words after nine days.
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Outono said...

http://www.policyholderadvocate.org/meet-the-team-sheree

Sheree Dodd was formerly Director of Communications at the Department for Trade and Industry where she had responsibility for media handling, stakeholder relations, marketing and e-communications. Prior to that post
she led the news and media relations operations at the Department for Work and Pensions and the Northern Ireland Office.

Before joining government communications she enjoyed an extensive career as a political and industrial correspondent on The Mirror newspaper.

Sheree is Managing Director of SC Dodd Comms Ltd, which provides advice and delivers communication solutions to a wide range of public and private sector clients.
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Outono said...

From this Blog,Paulo Reis e D. Levy,7.12.07
British Police want to question Foreign Office envoys and McCann spokesmen

Alex Woolfall, Sheree Dodd, Clarence Mitchell, David Hughes and Justine McGuiness are some of the personalities that may be questioned, soon, by British Police, in order to clarify specific details of the movements and contacts of the McCann couple, their friends and relatives, in the weeks following Madeleine's disappearance, according to sources from Leicestershire Police. These details are considered “important” to help Portuguese Police to collect more evidence, after investigations in UK produced a new set of informations, given to the PJ team that has been in Leicester, recently. But another inquiry is under way, to find out exactly what was the role of some of the elements sent to Portugal by the Foreign Office, after reports to the British Government raised suspicions about the intention and purpose of several contacts between some of those envoys and the Portuguese authorities.

British Government wants a quick end

The British Government may deny authorization for further questioning of the McCann couple, and suggest instead that formal charges are brought against them, as a way to force a quick end for the case. This possibility was considered as “strong”, yesterday, by sources close to the legal advisers of the McCann, while UK Media referred the British Government involvement in the investigation as a reason for Portuguese police to fear further political interference. Clarence Mitchell, then adviser in the Prime-Minister's Office, revealed on June that Gerry McCann and Gordon Brown had regular phone contacts and it was the British Prime-Minister pressure, allegedly, that took Portuguese police to issue a description of a suspect seen carrying a child, on the night Madeleine vanished. Request for these kind of interviews would be granted almost immediately but, as the Daily Express put it, “everyone is aware this is a very special case for many reasons” and Portuguese police “have been aware of a political shadow hanging over it.”


McCann don't want to return as “arguidos”

After PJ and Leicester Police met, last week, the McCann legal team requested access to the files of this case in the possession of British police, in order to be allowed to refute the evidence contained in the files given to British police and the results of the specific investigations that took place in UK. The lawyers advised the McCann not to came back to Portugal, as formal suspects, and they are planning to argue that, with the new Portuguese Penal Code, it would not be possible to name the McCann as formal suspects, with the existing evidence.

Searches videotaped

The work of the British Police special team that was at Praia da Luz, in August, was videotaped from beginning to the end, and copies of those videos were sent to Forensic Science Service. PJ detectives that followed those searches, with Keela and Eddie, the two specially trained dogs from South Yorkshire Police, had “every single detail of those operations recorded on video, including the collection of the samples sent to FSS”, according to a source from the Public Prosecutor's Office. “News from British Media about cigarette ashes found in those samples are just fabrication”, a source from FSS confirmed: “The samples we received were very small and with a high degree of contamination by house cleaning products, but we were able to get a good amount of results.”

Duarte Levy and Paulo Reis

Eloisa said...

PAULO PEREIRA CRISTÓVÃO
«Maddie continuará desaparecida»
03 | 03 | 2008 09.13H

Depois de Estrela de Joana, o antigo inspector da PJ escreveu agora sobre o desaparecimento de Madeleine, abordando as semelhanças e diferenças dos dois casos. Quanto à menina britânica, lamenta as intromissões exteriores na investigação policial e, também por isso, mostra-se céptico quanto ao seu sucesso: «Gostaria de acreditar mesmo num cabal esclarecimento de todos os factos, mas temo que ocorra a manutenção de uma criança desaparecida no site da PJ».
Patrícia Susano Ferreira | pferreira@destak.pt

O que o levou a escrever a Estrela de Madeleine e quando começou a escrevê-lo?
O que me levou a escrever este livro divide-se em duas ordens de razões. A primeira foi o desafio lançado pela Presença para que escrevesse sobre este assunto em particular. A segunda foi o facto de achar que não só a instituição Polícia Judiciária mas também o próprio país haviam sido vítimas dos mais violentos ataques de que há memória sem que da nossa parte, portugueses e instituições portuguesas, tivesse havido a merecida e necessária defesa. Comecei a escrever este livro há cerca de 5 meses atrás e terminei há cerca de um mês. Tenho o privilégio de ser convidado a escrever umas coisas em revistas, jornais ou em livros, como é o caso, que até são lidas por um número razoável de pessoas. No uso desse mesmo privilégio decidi transmitir aquilo que muitos sentem mas não têm hipóteses de o expressar publicamente. Os que não se identificarem com a minha forma de ser e de estar têm sempre a opção de simplesmente não comprarem o livro. Afinal é só um livro e não um acordão de um tribunal superior.

Porque decidiu manter a mesma ideia de título da Estrela de Joana para este livro?
A "Estrela" carrega o simbolismo do destino, não só de uma criança mas também daqueles que têm, em ambos os casos, a difícil missão de esclarecer à sociedade o que afinal se passou com aquelas crianças. É a sina, o destino de todos aqueles envolvidos no caso. Neste em particular garanto-lhe que também os polícias ficarão marcados pelo que passaram a exemplo do Caso Joana. Em qualquer um dos casos são simplesmente descartados quando deles já não se precisa.

Quais as semelhanças e diferenças entre os dois casos?
Quanto às semelhanças, temo que as piores porquanto em ambos os casos os polícias não tiveram, a partir de determinada altura, a solidariedade institucional que deveriam ter e que, acima de tudo, mereciam ter. As diferenças cifram-se ao nível das proporções que cada um dos casos atingiu. Um nacional e outro planetário.

E entre os dois livros?
A Estrela de Joana foi algo vivido por dentro de forma que, por muito que fosse um dominador nato da literatura - que não sou - jamais poderia colocar exactamente tudo o que vivi e vivo, o que senti e ainda sinto por todas as situações paralelas e aproveitamentos de gente sem escrúpulos à volta deste caso. A Estrela de Madeleine é algo que é escrito também com o coração mas acima de tudo é um grito luso contra aqueles que, entrando pela soleira da nossa porta dentro, não quiseram nem souberam nos respeitar.

Acha que o facto de ser arguido num processo pode tirar credibilidade a este livro?
O facto de um jornalista ser arguido em qualquer processo-crime retira credibilidade às notícias que publica? Importa a essência do que se escreve não as qualidades que aqui ou ali se assumem por vontades alheias.

Se no caso da Joana o Paulo estava envolvido na investigação e era mais fácil escrever sobre o que tinha presenciado, neste caso a situação é diferente. No que se baseou para escrever o livro e a que fontes de informação recorreu?
O livro é um desafio ao leitor. É também um pensar sobre este caso e no "ser português". Não me parece que o mais importante seja a fonte de inspiração mas sim o que afinal brotou pela mesma fonte. A Estrela de Madeleine tem como sub-título "Onde, quando, como, quem, o quê e porquê". Quer isto dizer que tem um princípio, um meio e um fim. Não gosto de meias tintas e não seria agora que passaria a usar esse cómodo modo de estar.

Se tivesse que coordenar a investigação deste caso, o que faria de forma diferente?
Não lhe posso conclusivamente responder com seriedade a essa pergunta simplesmente porque uma investigação tem a sua vida e personalidade próprias. A cada momento ocorrem situações que não são passíveis de serem plasmadas nos autos. Os homens não são máquinas e como humanos que são trabalham todo o tempo com a informação disponível nesse mesmo momento. Á posteriori é muito fácil fazer-se juízos de valor sobre coisas que muitas vezes não se dominam minimamente. Num momento específico faz-se e decide-se à luz da experiência de vida, da técnica adquirida com o passar dos anos. Ficar sentado comodamente a dissertar sobre o trabalho dos outros, é algo que infelizmente ocorre demasiado nos nossos dias.

Quais os grandes problemas na investigação do Caso Madeleine?
Os homens, sempre os homens. São eles aliás, os culpados de todos os males do mundo. O grande problema é sempre a componente humana que a todo o tempo procura retirar vantagens paralelas de toda e qualquer situação. É um mal do Mundo.

Considera que a presença constante dos meios de comunicação social prejudicou a investigação?
Considero que não houve a suficiente blindagem às incursões exteriores sobre esta investigação. Ela deveria ter sido mais policial e menos política. Este processo nunca deveria ter saído da esfera policial e do MP. Saiu e isso foi o pior que lhe poderia ter acontecido.

Qual a sua teoria sobre o que aconteceu a Madeleine McCann na noite de 3 de Maio no Ocean's Club?A Estrela de Madeleine diz o que o autor pensa sobre o que aconteceu.

Como avalia a atitude/comportamento dos pais de Maddie durante a investigação?No lugar deles faria precisamente o mesmo. Defender-me-ia com as armas que tinha à minha disposição. A diferença neste mundo é que uns tem mais armas que outros.

Qual é que considera que vai ser o futuro deste processo?
Gostaria de acreditar mesmo num cabal esclarecimento de todos os factos aqui em causa com a plena e fundamentada identificação processual dos autores deste desaparecimento mas temo que ocorra a manutenção de uma criança desaparecida no site da PJ.

E o que acha que vai acontecer ao caso Leonor Cipriano em que o Paulo é arguido?
Acredito, tal como aqueles que comigo estão, que em algum momento o bom senso deverá aparecer. A sui generis acusação que impende sobre nós, que lhe relembro, não é de agredir a senhora Leonor Cipiano mas sim de congeminar um plano no decurso do qual, indivíduos desconhecidos do MP, entraram na PJ e a agrediram a nosso mando e depois saíram, leva-nos a, no decurso de uma inusitada inversão do ônus da prova, ter que provar que naquele dia não pensámos em fazer ou mandar alguém fazer o que quer que fosse. Quer isto dizer que iremos usar todos os meios legalmente aceites e à nossa disposição para que a verdade seja resposta. Não nos basta uma declaração de inocência por falta de provas mas sim uma declaração de inocência por isto mesmo, por estarmos absolutamente inocentes de congeminar planos. O que irá acontecer? Justiça acima de tudo. Pese embora todos aqueles que no escuro se movimentam para que este processo atinja não só os acusados mas também a própria Polícia Judiciária, acreditamos que, muito provavelmente, em sede da nossa defesa, surgirão algumas revelações que farão com que alguma gente repense os lugares que ocupa e as profissões a que se dedica.

Acredita que algum dia seja descoberta a verdade sobre o Caso Madeleine e encontrada a menina ou o seu corpo?
Como é bem evidente neste caso e também, em certa medida chegou a ser no da Joana, a Verdade é sempre e a todo o tempo, aquilo que os homens assim quiserem chamar. Nos nossos dias esse conceito tem sido alargado ao ponto de se confundir a realidade com a ficção e não foram poucas as vezes que isso aconteceu. O que distingue uma verdade de outra coisa qualquer é a força daqueles que defendem determinada teoria e isso viu-se e vê-se no caso do desaparecimento de Madeleine.

http://www.destak.pt/artigos.php?art=8566

Joana Morais said...

Paulo, Precisamos de ti! um grande abraço

Outono said...

Publicação: 04-03-2008 09:16

Última actualização:

04-03-2008 13:04

Rui Pedro desapareceu há dez anos
Família não desiste de tentar saber o que aconteceu ao rapaz
A família do jovem Rui Pedro assinala hoje o décimo aniversário do seu desaparecimento, sem que haja novidades sobre o que verdadeiramente aconteceu mas com a Polícia Judiciária ainda "a trabalhar no caso".


Lusa

...."O processo relativo ao desaparecimento de Rui Pedro encontra-se em segredo de justiça a pedido do advogado da sua família, Ricardo Sá Fernandes. "

"Eu próprio o requeri, para não prejudicar diligências em curso", afirmou o advogado à agência Lusa.

O pai de Rui Pedro, Manuel Mendonça, recebeu com agrado a informação de que processo continua em segredo de justiça.

"É bom, é sinal que a Polícia Judiciária está a trabalhar no caso", declarou.

Rui Pedro foi visto pela última vez a 4 de Março de 1998, quando tinha 11 anos, supostamente quando andava de bicicleta num terreno baldio atrás do escritório onde a mãe trabalhava, em Lousada, distrito do Porto.

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Em Outubro, Ricardo Sá Fernandes revelou que estava a ser explorada uma nova linha de investigação deste processo que não tinha sido considerada inicialmente.

Lusa/SIC

Anonymous said...

Amazingly enough, I can't get a comment posted on here although the usual spammers are about in abundance.
Which means you are reading the comments, Paulo.
Which means you are still here.

So what IS going on?????

Outono said...

So what IS going on?????

Pergunto o mesmo.


THE BEST!

Anonymous said...

Mccanns are "unhappy" with Daily Express etc coverage and want to sue:


Madeleine McCann Parents May Sue Express Newspapers Over Coverage

Last Edited: Friday, 07 Mar 2008, 8:31 AM EST
Created: Friday, 07 Mar 2008, 8:00 AM EST


03/07/2008 --
Lawyers for Kate and Gerry McCann are considering taking legal action against British newspapers whose coverage they feel to have been incorrect and unfair.

Principally they are looking at the publications in The Express Group: The Daily Express, The Sunday Express, The Daily Star and The Daily Star Sunday.

Clarence Mitchell, the spokesman for the McCann family, confirmed that their lawyers were in discussions, but denied that any writs had yet been issued.

"It's wrong to say that we're actually suing, but our lawyers have been assessing all articles, in all papers.

"We are extremely unhappy with The Express Group's coverage. We always said it was the worst amongst all the tabloids."

He also added that the figures that have been quoted in the media are wildly speculative and that The Express Group had made no initial offer for an out-of-court settlement.

Under UK law, the McCanns and their lawyers have a year from the publication of an article to decide whether they wish to take legal action against its content.

It is thought that in the case of the coverage they are assessing, that year would be up some time in mid-May, and a decision must be taken by then.

Clarence Mitchell denied the family were taking this action because the Find Madeleine fund was running low.

He said: "Yes, it's true that the fund is roughly half-way spent, but the main thing we require is an apology."

He added that any money won as a result of legal action would go straight back into the fund.

Anonymous said...

PAULO!!!!.......?????????

Anonymous said...

Oh! Bom dia e boa semana.
The BEST to YOU and Your Family!

Thank You.

Anonymous said...

Video Maddie Vs. Shannon 2:34 Madeleine McCann still makes headlines, but another missing girl is fading from public view. CNN's Emily Chang reports.http://edition.cnn.com/video/#/video/world/2008/03/10/chang.shannon.maddie.cnn

Outono said...

Utilisadas as ferramentas de tradução,da net. (Sempre fica melhor que a minha!).

From Enfants Kidnappés.(10/03)

"....Letters Rogatory


In later episodes on letters rogatory, we learn that between one and three detectives Portuguese would be left for the UK. Note, it is anticipated that multiple interrogations would not be confined only to friends and relatives. There is talk of a minimum of 14 people who will be interviewed by the British police, assisted by their Portuguese counterparts.

Anonymous said...

http://www.kidnapping.be/maddie/maddie.html


_07 mars 2008
La police britannique au Portugal.

_10 mars 2008

Lettres rogatoires--qu'entre un et trois détectives portugais seraient partis pour les R-U.
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SHU

Outono said...

Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Portuguese police could spend two months in Britain 'gathering ammunition to interview McCanns'

From Daily Mail and Cutting throught....

Much more to read.

Anonymous said...

Daily Mail and Cutting trought.....

"........Portuguese police say they are ready to spend more than two months in Britain to try to unravel the Madeleine McCann mystery, gathering as much "ammunition" as they can before they re-interview Kate and Gerry McCann.

They hope to wrap up the interrogations within a week.

But they are packing their bags in anticipation of a much longer stay and plan to quiz Madeleine McCann's parents as well as the seven holiday friends who were eating tapas with them when the youngster disappeared, Portuguese daily 24 horas reported today.

"Madeleine's parents will be the last to face questioning because we want to have as much ammunition as possible in terms of forensic evidence and other witness statements," the paper quoted a police insider as saying.

British police have already met counterparts in Portugal to plan the new interviews.

A source told the paper: "The McCanns and their friends live in different parts of Britain and they will all be questioned in their respective areas of residence.

"This is why we've had to coordinate everything with the UK police, so we're able to unite and and hear as quickly as possible all the people mentioned in the formal interview requests.

"We want to resolve everything in a week.

"But if things don't go well, we can stay in Britain for more than two months."

It was previously thought Portuguese police would quiz only David Payne, Jane Tanner and her partner Russell O'Brien before deciding whether to requestion other members of the Tapas Nine.

Algarve detectives believe the trio may hold the key to the Madeleine McCann mystery.

But Portuguese newspaper reports today suggested every member of the holiday group would be quizzed.

The police insider told 24 horas: "We've specified who we'd like interviewed, on what days and at what time.

"Madeleine's parents will be the last to face questioning because we want to have as much ammunition as possible in terms of forensic evidence and other witness statements."

Detective Superintendent Stuart Prior, of Leicestershire Police, returned to Britain last week after three days of meetings with counterparts in Portugal about how fresh interviews would be conducted.


Leicestershire Police said Det Supt Prior flew to Portugal to discuss the issue of mutual legal assistance, the process whereby evidence is gathered in one country to help an investigation in another.

The Leicestershire force covers the town of Rothley where GP Kate and heart specialist Gerry, both 39, live with Madeleine's twin siblings Sean and Amelie, three.

The Portuguese police team, led by chief coordinator Paulo Rebelo, is expected to arrive in the UK in the next fortnight.

The interviews with the Tapas Nine are being seen as a last-gasp attempt by investigators to crack the case.

Portuguese police have privately pointed to inconsistencies in some of the Tapas Nine's original statements.

Attention has focussed on Jane Tanner's claim she saw a man carrying a girl from the McCanns' ground floor apartment at about 9.15pm the night she disappeared - when another witness says he was outside the flat at the same time but did not see her or the mystery man.

Dr Payne, a 41-year-old cardiovascular researcher from Leicester, was the last person outside the McCann family to see Madeleine at the Ocean Club resort on May 3. Gerry asked him to check on his wife and children while he having a tennis lesson at about 6.30pm.

Dr O'Brien, 36, from Exeter, was away from the rest of the group for up to 45 minutes between 9.30pm until 10.15pm while he tended to his own child who was being sick in his apartment.

He told police he had changed her bedlinen, but staff at the Ocean Club deny any change of sheets was requested.

The trio have denied previous press reports they were intending changing their original police statements.

Earlier reports Portuguese police were intending to make them official suspects alongside Madeleine's parents and expat Robert Murat, have also failed to materialise.

The McCanns' spokesman Clarence Mitchell says the Tapas Nine are keen to help police understand their original statements and want the re-interviewing to take place as soon as possible.


Posted by Charlotte at 12:37

Outono said...

Kids loaned out for rape cruises
Paedophile yachtsmen were given children to abuse at sea
By Lucy Panton & Philip Whiteside

CHILDREN from the Jersey House of Horrors were loaned to rich paedophile yachtsmen as galley SEX SLAVES, a News of the World investigation reveals.
The youngsters were told by care staff the boat rides were treats—only to be assaulted and RAPED at sea by pervert toffs.

Details of the sick attacks emerged as we discovered even more blood has been found in a bath in the dungeon underneath the Haut de la Garenne home—and in the drains.


UNDER THREAT: Ministers voted to have investigator Harper taken off case

And our reporters have been told how builders on renovations at the home were urged by staff to BURN any bones they dug up.

We also uncover the full extent of the dark forces of corruption hampering the police investigation.

We can reveal worried cops feel under so much pressure over the abuse allegations they are preparing to BYPASS Jersey's own legal system and hand their evidence to our government.

This could include files on up to seven social workers and carers who worked at the sinister home—including one nicknamed the ‘pinball wizard' who HURLED kids against the walls to see how far they would BOUNCE.

At least two previous senior employees of children's services on the island are also under investigation despite the attempts of corrupt former policemen, politicians and businessmen to scupper the inquiry.

We understand that two weeks ago Jersey ministers SECRETLY VOTED to have senior police investigator Lenny Harper removed from the case because they believed he was too open with the media. But the Chief of Police Graham Power refused.

Explosive
A source told us: "Such important figures have been implicated in the cover-up of abuse on the island that the cops feel the evidence should now be passed to the British government

"The latest revelations are explosive. It is going to cause massive waves within the political and legal world and could bring the whole of Jersey's infrastructure crashing down."

One of the most serious lines of inquiry in the investigation is that children were regularly loaned to wealthy yachtsmen to "do with them what they chose for the day," according to our source close to the investigation.

Haut de la Garenne staff described the trips as a treat for children who spent long hours cooped up at the home. But in reality the kids were subjected to the vilest sexual abuse on board the luxury boats.

Our source said: "The allegations about the yachting community have come in from a number of different people. It is a very strong line of inquiry and when the evidence is made public people will be horrified."

Meanwhile about a dozen bones found at the home have been sent to a DNA lab to find out how old they are —yet some bone fragments were too burnt to be tested.

Police have taken statements from local builders who were told: "If you find bones, get rid of them or burn them." New blood spots have been discovered in cracks in a concrete bath in the underground chamber and have also been sent for tests and sniffer dogs trained to find blood have found scents in the drains underneath.

Forensic officers are now focusing on the wooden trapdoor leading to a second torture cellar in a bid to extract DNA or fingerprints.

Our source said: "Detectives are doing everything they can to ensure every scrap of evidence is properly investigated. They are very aware that the home dates back to 1856 and some of these bones could be very old.

"This is going to be a long process but the officers have been presented with so many accounts of abuse and cover-ups it is crucial we get answers. People disclosing the abuse have been easy to ignore but finally they are getting a chance to be taken seriously."

The horrors being uncovered at Haut de la Garenne have revealed a Jersey tourists have never seen.

Former abused care home residents claim what happened to them has been covered up by those in high office, desperate not to tarnish Jersey's good name or risk politicians in London reducing their power over the tiny, but extremely wealthy, island.

Although Jersey is part of the British Isles and under the Queen's rule, it has a separate government system dating back to King John's reign, and makes its own rules and laws.

Jersey's 53-member parliament has no political parties. Its politicians, judges, policemen and business leaders come from a small elite—often linked by friendship or family.

The island's equivalent of our Commons Speaker is also its top judge—so the system of checks and balances between politics and the law we have in the UK is almost non-existent.

This is a place where the authorities allowed 43-year-old convicted paedophile Roger Holland to stand for election as an honorary constable officer— similar to a special cop in the UK, but with more powers. They knew that six years earlier he had indecently assaulted a mentally impaired 14-year-old girl and admitted molesting another girl. But he got the job and in 1997 rose to become vingtenier—the second most senior cop on the island's volunteer force.

In 2001 he was jailed for indecently assaulting a young girl in the back of a police van.

"Jersey has for too long been a law unto itself—it is time the truth came out," says our source.

Among those fighting for that is ex-health minister Senator Stuart Syvret, who resigned over the cover-up and has given statements to police claiming two senior legal figures were involved in the abuse.

Mr Syvret said: "I have given formal statements to the police concerning a number of establishment individuals. Officers I have spoken to are from a force external to Jersey police at the request of Jersey police." Solicitor Nick le Cornu is also demanding change. "Jersey's political class have for 60 years been ignoring and covering up poverty and injustice," he claimed.

Police investigator Lenny Harper, an outsider from Northern Ireland, was the target of a hate campaign— including threats to torch his house —after a string of cops were sacked for corruption. Colleagues say Harper, 56, laughed it off, saying: "I had the IRA on my tail for years—so a few disgruntled people are not going to deter me from doing my job."

Now he's facing the biggest test of his career—on the island of fear.
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Desculpe colocar isto aqui,mas é mais um arquivo guardado antes que desapareça dos jornais de UK.
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http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/1603_jersey.shtml

Anonymous said...

The source "News of the World" is less credible than The Sun....

Nothing but scare mongerers. And they love the McCanns)

I'd believe more the National Enquirer.

Outono said...

Like a joke:

...."Gordon Brown and Harriet Harman walked across a playing field, flanked by a policeman on one side and a policewoman with a bicycle on the other. "It looks like he is under arrest," quipped one onlooker. ......"

http://www.independent.co.uk/

Anonymous said...

Dear Paulo and Bloggers:

You could understand what is happening at Spanish' blog, a false note and difamation of Spanish blogger in Cuba press, if you visit the:

http://hildrungarcia.blogspot.com/

Just be careful with your links or friends in Madeleine's world.

Leo said...

Dear Paulo,

Just to let you know that I miss you, and hope to see you back to posting soon.

Best wishes for your health and wellbeing.

Kind regards