Portuguese TV banned from showing the McCann Crime Watch programme

The Daily Chimp

According to the Chimp, the Portuguese Authorities are looking to re-open their investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

Moreover, both the McCanns and British Authorities claim to welcome this news… Well, sort of .

You see, it does have to be said that the British police are more welcoming of the news than the McCanns whose spokesman said that; it would be a ‘significant development’ if officers do start searching again.

You can read whatever the fuck you like into that statement.

Personally, I would call both Scotland Yard and the McCann’s fucking hypocrites if they are genuinely pleased about this latest development based on the fact that both have in the past been extremely critical of the Portuguese handling of the case.

Never the less, that criticism seems to have been conveniently forgotten about with the British police now even going so far as to say that the Portuguese handled their investigation very well.

The McCann’s on the other hand have been much more diplomatic in welcoming the news… If indeed you interpret their remarks on the subject as being favourable.

Mind you, this could have something to do with the fact that the Portuguese re-opening of the case should in theory mean that Kate & Gelly Baby are returned to their former status as Prime Suspects in the disappearance of their daughter.

Therefore, you can understand why the couple are not running around shouting “goody, goody, gumdrops”.

By the same token, the couple couldn’t go on record as saying “Oh fuck”, could they?

Course, despite criminal investigations usually being carried out without political interference, according to the Chimp, the British Homo Secretary, the Transvestite Terry May has allegedly been urging the Portuguese to re-open their investigation for quite some time now.

Personally, I think that in response, the Portuguese should in turn urge Tel May to make public the three top secret files she holds on the case.

After all, I have said it before and I will say it again: How the fuck can anyone carry out an investigation when there is information of paramount importance being denied to them?

Moreover, and as I had predicted in my recent article ‘Maria: Keeping Madeleine alive’, the ‘discovery of a little girl in a Greek gypsy camp, – who police claim had been stolen as a baby –  would be used as a tool to make you believe that Madeleine was stolen and could still be alive.

And sure enough, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Pig-Howe is already getting the ball rolling by making the following statement :

The discovery of two blonde-haired, blue-eyed girls living with Roma families in Ireland and Greece has not had any ‘direct impact’ on the investigation, but added: ‘It looks like there’s a possibility that around the world there are occasions when people steal children and keep them. 

‘And I’m sure in one sense that’s what the McCanns must be hoping, that at least their child is alive.

The Chimpanzee article also makes mention of the BBC Crime Watch programme broadcast last week – despite being nothing more than propaganda to justify Scotland Yard not focusing their attention on the McCanns.

According to the news-rag, there had been 2,400 calls after the program had aired but no doubt  2,399 of them were people ringing up just to call the BBC a biased, bent bunch of cunts.

But here is the thing, and I would like to thank Arcim Micra for bringing to my attention what I am about to tell you.

The Crime Watch program was broadcast in the UK, Germany and Holland.

However, it was not broadcast in the one country that the BBC could use to justify the huge cost of making the program at the Licence fee payers expense. Namely Portugal – the only country in which it was really worth airing the program in the first place.

Now, that is absolutely fucking outrageous being as the two biggest Portuguese TV networks have categorically stated that they did everything in their power to broadcast the program but were FORBIDDEN to do so for legal reasons that remain a mystery.

This information was derived from an interview conducted by Peter Levy on BBC Radio Humberside with a Journalist working in Portugal who rang the two TV stations in question to find out why they hadn’t broadcast the show.

Unless this incriminating evidence to support the Madeleine McCann investigation being a cover up by both the British and Portuguese Authorities – as stated in my article Digging for Madeleine –  is removed, you can listen to it by clicking HERE

The relevant information starts at 35:50 onwards and I have taken a back-up recording of the interview, should it mysteriously disappear.

Rather fucking strange that the mush heading Operation Grange, DCI Andy Deadwood, neglected to mention this fact whilst gushing about how successful the show had been; don’t cha think?

Don’t just shrug your fucking shoulders… Get angry.

 

 

Fresh hope for Madeleine’s parents as Portuguese police prepare to start searching again five years after ditching investigation

  • Police ‘will apply to prosecutors in Portugal to relaunch their search’
  • McCann’s family spokesman said it would be a ‘significant development’
  • Portuguese officers already working alongside Scotland Yard in hunt
  • Hunt buoyed by 2,400 calls after a high-profile BBC Crimewatch appeal
  • Madeleine McCann was three when she vanished in May 2007

By ROB COOPER

PUBLISHED: 08:52, 24 October 2013 | UPDATED: 12:58, 24 October 2013

 

Missing girl: Madeleine McCann who has not been seen since vanishing from her family's holiday apartment in 2007Missing girl: Madeleine McCann who has not been seen since vanishing from her family’s holiday apartment in 2007

Portuguese police are preparing to relaunch their search for missing Madeleine McCann – five years after they abandoned their investigation.

The new development will give fresh hope to Kate and Gerry McCann, more than six years after their daughter disappeared.

Police are applying to senior prosecutors for permission to reopen their original investigation, according to local media reports.

A spokesman for the McCann family said it would be a ‘significant development’ if officers do start searching again.

Four inspectors from the Porto-based Policia Judiciaria – led by research coordinator Helena Monteiro – have identified witnesses who were never questioned during the original investigation.

Although officers have travelled to the Algarve and collected evidence they need permission to be able to formally interview the new witnesses.

Separately, a team of six Portuguese officers are working alongside Scotland Yard officers who are carrying out their own review of the evidence.

The investigation has been buoyed after 2,400 people contacted the Metropolitan Police with potential fresh leads after a high-profile appeal on BBC Crimewatch.

Madeleine was aged three when she vanished in May 2007 from her holiday apartment in Praia da Luz.

Portuguese police shelved their investigation in 2008 after failing to uncover what happened to the missing child.

Home Secretary Theresa May has urged Portuguese police to relaunch their investigation.

 

A source from the Policia Judiciaria refused to confirm or deny that they were reopening their investigation when contacted by Portuguese media last night.

However, it is thought that an announcement could be made as soon as today.

Breakthrough? Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann received 150 calls from Holland after a TV broadcast there last night
Missing: Madeleine vanished on May 3, 2007 from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal

Breakthrough? Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann received 150 calls from Holland after a TV broadcast there last night

The Policia Judiciaria applying for permission to reopen the case is a formal legal step – and it is unclear how many resources police would dedicate to a new search.

A spokesman for the McCann’s told the Daily Mirror: ‘Kate and Gerry don’t want to get their hopes up too much.

‘But if the Portuguese do resume their investigation it would be a significant development and an important step forward.’

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe yesterday defended the way Portuguese police handled the initial investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance.

He said it would have been ‘very difficult’ for officers in Praia da Luz to know whether they were dealing with a serious crime immediately after the little girl vanished.

Wanted: E-fits from sightings of men at Ocean Club complex. Police believe they could be the same person
These have been drawn from several sightings of unidentified men with blonde or fair hair seen near the scene on or around 3 May 2007

Wanted: E-fits of fair-haired men who may be Dutch or Scandinavian who were seen lurking near the apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, which Madeleine McCann was snatched from. Police launched an appeal on Dutch television last week after a BBC Crimewatch appeal. Detectives believe the two efits could be the same person

 

 

 

E-fit
E-fit

Prime suspect: These e-fits are of the man seen carrying a child 500 yards from the McCanns’ holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal

 

 

‘I think sometimes these things at the beginning can be very difficult to deal with, you don’t know exactly if the child has just wandered off. It can be very difficult to know if you’ve got a very serious crime,’ he said speaking on LBC 97.3.

‘I’m sure for them that must have been a challenge. Anybody can go back after two, three, five, six years and say “why didn’t you do that”?

‘That’s easy in hindsight. We don’t like it when it happens to the Met, and I’m certainly not going to do it to the Portuguese. What I’m determined to do is to work together to make sure we’ve got the best chance to now try to get to the bottom of this terrible tragedy.

Disappearance: The Ocean Club resort in Praia Da Luz where Madeleine McCann disappeared from in May 2007Disappearance: The Ocean Club resort in Praia Da Luz where Madeleine McCann disappeared from in May 2007

 

Dutch appeal: Chief Inspector Andy Redwood calls on Dutch viewers to report themselves if they were in the area at the time of the girl's disappearance in 2007, during a broadcast of Opsporing Verzocht on Dutch televisionDutch appeal: Chief Inspector Andy Redwood calls on Dutch viewers to report themselves if they were in the area at the time of the girl’s disappearance in 2007, during a broadcast of Opsporing Verzocht on Dutch television

Probe: Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood in the Scotland Yard incident room where British officers are launching their own search for MadeleineProbe: Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood in the Scotland Yard incident room where British officers are launching their own search for Madeleine

 

Response: After the couple's appeal on BBC Crimewatch(pictured), a number of callers gave names for the man police believe snatched MadeleineResponse: After the couple’s appeal on BBC Crimewatch(pictured), a number of callers gave names for the man police believe snatched Madeleine

 

Search: Madeleine's mother said she was 'genuinely hopeful' of a breakthroughSearch: Madeleine’s mother said she was ‘genuinely hopeful’ of a breakthrough

‘There is a poor family there who’ve got the torture of not knowing whether their daughter is alive or not.’

He said the discovery of two blonde-haired, blue-eyed girls living with Roma families in Ireland and Greece has not had any ‘direct impact’ on the investigation, but added: ‘It looks like there’s a possibility that around the world there are occasions when people steal children and keep them.

‘And I’m sure in one sense that’s what the McCanns must be hoping, that at least their child is alive.

‘The other possibility is that sadly she’s not alive, and either way we want to try and end the torture that they’re going through.’

Refreshed appeals were made last week as part of the British investigation, with Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood appearing on television in the UK, Holland and Germany.

New timeline: The Crimewatch special revealed that police were now looking at Madeleine's abduction as being at 10pm and not 9.15pmNew timeline: The Crimewatch special revealed that police were now looking at Madeleine’s abduction as being at 10pm and not 9.15pm

He revealed that his team had discounted a previous sighting by the McCanns’ friend Jane Tanner, which was thought to be an abductor carrying Madeleine away and had been put at the centre of the Portuguese investigation.

His team managed to track down the man – an innocent British holidaymaker – and instead decided to focus on a second suspect who was also seen with a child in his arms.

Officers also said they would like to trace a number of fair-haired men who were seen lurking near the apartment at the time, and are looking at a surge in burglaries in the area as well as bogus charity collectors.

An appeal is due to air on Irish television later this month. 

Fresh hope: Kate and Gerry McCann, pictured in Praia da Luz in 2007 weeks after their daughter disappeared, have never given up hope that their daughter will be found aliveFresh hope: Kate and Gerry McCann, pictured in Praia da Luz in 2007 weeks after their daughter disappeared, have never given up hope that their daughter will be found alive

 

 

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