Madeleine: Yet Another Scotland Yard Whitewash

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As long as the MSM continue to publish this shit about the British investigation into the disappearance of Madeline McCann I will continue to lambaste it.

Scotland Yard Detectives say that they have 38 new suspects… Bollocks!

How the fuck can they have 38 new fucking suspects?

Are they seriously trying to tell us that the Portuguese Police were that inept that our lot can name 38 new suspects – note suspects, not potential witnesses – that the Portuguese failed to identify seven years ago?

Fuck me, you only have to look at Operation Yewtree to know how useless British Detectives are – be that deliberate or otherwise.

I mean, where the fuck did they find these 38 new suspects?

It can only have been through intelligence gathered by the Portuguese police, since the Express article printed below clearly states:

As part of the review, Yard detectives travelled to Portugal 16 times to discuss evidence gathered so far and any possible new leads.

Sixteen fucking times? Are they for real?

Just to discuss evidence already gathered by Portuguese detectives in their investigation seven years ago and any possible new leads that the Portuguese have come up with since?

So, how the fuck have Scotland Yard come up with 38 new suspects?

They cannot possibly have because they are not allowed to investigate the crime scene or interview any potential witnesses in Portugal without being accompanied by Portuguese Public Prosecutors… Something that hasn’t happened yet.

Therefore, to categorically state that British Detectives have identified 38 new suspects after reviewing the Portuguese case notes is at best dog shit.

Then we are told that Gerry & Kate McCann have welcomed the news, describing the investigation as “a big step forward”.

Yet basic police procedure dictates that when a child goes missing the spotlight of suspicion immediately falls on the missing child’s close family and friends until proven otherwise – in this instance, the McCann’s and their holiday companions.

So, have Detectives from Operation Grange interrogated the McCann’s?

It doesn’t fucking sound like they have to me. Wikipedia, which states the following, appears to back up my suspicion:

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood from Scotland Yard’s Homicide and Serious Crime Command (SCD1), said that the British and Portuguese teams were working collaboratively. He said he rejected the “conspiracy theories” about the parents’ involvement and was focusing on “a criminal act by a stranger.”

However, there can be no justification for any senior police officer taking this stance when those “conspiracy theories” about the parents’ involvement, point to the most likely explanation as to what really happened to young Madeleine.

To do so, smacks of George ‘idiot’ Bush’s stance in regard to 9/11: “Let us never tolerate outrageous conspiracy theories regarding the attacks of September 11”.

And we all know why that mental cunt didn’t want conspiracy theories tolerating, don’t we.

In fact, DCI Deadwoods stance becomes even stranger when you consider that the McCann’s remained the Portuguese polices prime suspects up until the time that the investigation was shelved.

Moreover, I will remind you that Madeleine’s parents had vowed to stay in Portugal until their daughter was found yet returned to England less than 2 days after being named as official suspects.

However, by far the two biggest indications that this is another whitewash in the offing are the way that Stephen Birch’s evidence of ‘something’ buried under former prime suspect, Robert Murat’s rear drive is totally ignored and the fact that our Transvestite, Homo Secretary, Terry May refuses to reveal the contents of three Top Secret files relating to Madeleine’s disappearance.

In the case of Stephen Birch’s evidence you can find a full detailed account by clicking HERE

It is also worth noting Kate McCann’s reaction when Stephens evidence was brought up on ‘live’ Television.


Strange to say the least.

In regard to the three Top Secret files held on Madeleine by the British Government, it is worth noting that on the 1st of July 2012 the Daily Star newspaper printed an article that contained the following information:

CRUCIAL files relating to Madeleine McCann’s disappearance are being kept secret by the Government to avoid a diplomatic war with Portugal.

They contain discussions between Home Office ­officials and the Met over ­vital information on the case.

But Home Secretary Theresa May and her staff have spent the past nine months preventing the Daily Star Sunday from obtaining the papers.

They said there would be “specific detriment to the UK’s relationship with Portugal” if the four files were released.

Ms May also claimed disclosure of three of the documents would “stifle discussion” ­between ­officials.

But we understand the papers may show a difference of opinion between the Home Office and Met officers, who are reviewing the files on Madeleine’s 2007 disappearance in Praia da Luz. Read more

These files in turn raise the question as to why Terry May – now martyring himself  for the greater good, despite bravely fighting the very common health problem Diabetes – ordered the British investigation into Maddy’s disappearance in the first place since he was so intent on withholding vital evidence, crucial to the investigation.

The simple answer to that is; nothing is ever straight forward when it comes down to the wholly corrupt British Government.

You see, according to Wikipedia, Operation Grange:

Was launched in May 2011 following a request to Scotland Yard from Home Secretary Theresa May, with the support of the Prime Minister David Cameron. The issue of whether this request was the result of “threats” or “persuasion” from Rebekah Brooks was one of the issues raised at the Leveson Inquiry.

Until Stephen Birch’s findings are investigated and The Homo Secretary Terry May reveals  the contents of the three top secret files, this investigation will remain a pathetic joke… A multi million pound, tax payer funded, pathetic joke at that.




Madeleine McCann inquiry wins backing from Portugal

SCOTLAND Yard detectives searching for Madeleine McCann are set to fly to Portugal as its law chief yesterday confirmed receipt of Britain’s request to follow up fresh leads.


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The exchange of letters between London and Lisbon means the Portuguese end of the Yard’s new inquiry is now on an official footing.Detectives from Operation Grange are expected in the Algarve in the next few weeks.

But sources stressed the British police officers can do nothing in Portugal without being accompanied by public prosecutors.

Portugal’s Attorney General’s office confirmed receipt of a letter from Home Secretary Theresa May.

A spokesman said: “A request for judicial assistance has been received from the British authorities.

“There is currently no timetable for when and how we will proceed.”

Yesterday’s confirmation by the Portuguese is another significant step in the two-year operation which has cost £5million so far.

Last month detectives announced a new investigation after a review identified 38 potential suspects.

The “persons of interest” come from five countries and include 12 Britons.

Madeleine was three when she went missing from the McCann family apartment in the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007.

Her parents Kate and Gerry have never given up hope that their daughter is still alive.

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The couple, both doctors from Rothley, Leicestershire, welcomed the new Yard inquiry and described it as a “big step forward”.Scotland Yard says there is no firm evidence that Madeleine is dead.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood said both the British and Portuguese “remain completely committed” to solving the mystery.

Operation Grange was set up to review available evidence in 2011 after the McCanns appealed to Prime Minister David Cameron and Mrs May.

As part of the review, Yard detectives travelled to Portugal 16 times to discuss evidence gathered so far and any possible new leads.

The Home Office says it “remains committed” to providing detectives with the resources they need. Last week Gerry McCann said: “You’re not going to accept that your child’s dead unless there’s conclusive proof.”