Scotland Yard: Supplying Her Majesty’s MSM with Bullshit & Financiers to the McCanns since 2007

The Daily Chimp

Isn’t it strange how these British propaganda rags are not waving their chequebooks in Robert Murats direction now that he has let it be known that he will allow Stephen Birch to excavate his drive if the price is right?

I mean, when you look at the shit that they are reporting on in the McCann fiasco – of which the Daily Chimp article following this foreword is a classic example – the Murat driveway evidence pisses all over their printed ‘theories’, credibility wise.

In the latest instalment of old fanny trotted out by the MSM, it now transpires that in a bid to waste more public money (which the Chimp tries to disguise by calling the McCann  police review; “Home Office funded”) Scotland Yard are looking into a new theory that Madeleine was abducted by burglars whom she disturbed whilst they were robbing the McCann’s apartment.

Are these useless, no good cunts for real – a question aimed at both Scotland Yard & the MSM.

Were these burglars that desperate for loot that they decided to risk robbing an apartment on a  busy holiday complex next to a busy road before 10 PM at night even though nothing except Madeleine was nicked?

Moreover, what would the odds be of these opportunist burglars turning out to be paedophiles or white child slavers?

After all, that is what the Police are saying.

I mean, working on the principal that if I was a burglar confronted by a 3 year old, I’m sure I wouldn’t need to kidnap her or resort to violence to keep her quiet, whilst still not having to abort the robbery in the process.

Furthermore, I’m sure that the easier to handle twins would have fetched a much better price than Madeleine.

Another Scotland Yard ‘theory’ that has been widely reported on of late is the one about them ringing all of the mobile phone numbers that are on record as being used in the area at the time leading up too and immediately after Madeleine’s disappearance – six and a half long fucking years ago.

Not withstanding the frequency with which people change their phone numbers, are we to believe that these robbing, slave trader, paedophile burglars rang, for instance, their Mother to make sure she was okay, during their caper?

Yet the Old Bill reckon that it is worth following up and ringing the thousands of numbers they have on record. That would make for an interesting phone call, don’t cha think?

Police: Hi, my name is Detective Fuckwit from Scotland Yard in England, just saying. And I’m following up a few loose leads.

Potential Suspect: Err, hello… And Okay???

Police:  Tell me? Did you kidnap Madeleine McCann? 

PS: No!

Police: Fair enough. Thank you for your time and if you hear of anyone who kidnapped her, could you please let us know. Goodbye.

Moreover, we are now suppose to believe that Scotland Yard has identified a further 41 credible suspects in the case, without a single British policeman stepping foot in Portugal or following a new line of investigation that wasn’t already recorded.

Yet despite, the Police and MSM knowing about Stephen Birch and his evidence, not one major English newspaper has reported on it or now approached Murat with a chequebook, despite the dig being a potential goldmine for a newspaper regardless of whether Madeleine is subsequently found to be buried there or not.

I will remind you that Stephens evidence is credible and professional enough to warrant Scotland Yard informing the McCann’s about it the day before Stephen made his findings public.

And, the same can be said in regard to Stephens evidence for Kate McCann’s face to develop a visible facial tic at the mere mention of his name – as witnessed by millions of viewers when ITV’s Philip Schofield asked Kate about Stephen on the live TV show ‘This Morning’… There was no, “Never heard of him!” or “Stephen who?”, in Kate’s reply, despite the undoubted thousands of other people who have contacted the police with information.

Or does Kate remember exactly who they are too?

Imagine the public’s reaction if Stephens evidence and findings were widely reported on in unbiased terms by the MSM, yet the police still refused to act on it?

For that matter, Imagine the public’s reaction if the MSM widely reported on Stephens evidence and then Kate McCann turned around and said of the South African businessman: “Oh him. At the end of the day, who is he”?

Yet, not at all surprisingly, the McCann’s are full of praise for these money generating, totally nonsensical, police wild goose chases, being reported on without the merest hint of criticism by the supposedly impartial, purveyors of the truth… And that absolutely fucking stinks.

Course, without the MSM’s help Scotland Yard would be powerless to generate income for the McCann’s and to a lesser extent, themselves, not to mention justify their apparently uncapped multi-million pound public funded Home Office funded disinformation operation.

Yet the vast majority of the population are too fucking dumb to even spot the flaws in this two year old cash cow being given an air of respectability courtesy of the Home Office which has  afforded it the title of  ‘a case review’.

This ‘review’ of course does not include the three top secret files on Madeleine McCann’s disappearance, held by the British Homo Secretary – the Transvestite Terry May.

In fact, those three top secret files have not been mentioned in the MSM ever since Terry May took legal action to stop the Star Newspaper from investigating their content.

Course, Murat’s sudden willingness to allow the dig to go ahead at vast financial gain to himself, despite the potential, though far from insurmountable problems he will face should Madeleine’s remains be found, is cynically timed to correspond with the McCann’s libel trial.

The libel trial in question stands to potentially generate a further million pound pay day for the McCann’s, should they be successful.

And, although a risky endeavour in its self, the McCann’s are not risking their own money on the pursuit of having their ‘good’ name untarnished.

They are after all, using money donated by the public – supposedly to help find Madeleine – for their huge, self inflicted legal bills.

Moreover, whilst Murat could justifiably be accused of trying to profit from this libel trial, to my mind, this cynical attempt is nowhere near as abhorrent as the McCann’s potential double whammy to cash in on their daughters disappearance…  Which is being promoted free of charge with blatant bias, courtesy of the MSM.

I am of course referring to the afore mentioned libel trial – of which the MSM never fails to report on without the slanderous mention of the ‘woeful Portuguese investigation’… It wasn’t.

In fact, until relationships soured following the establishment protected McCann’s being made prime suspects, the Portuguese investigation was indeed complimented by the British authorities despite the Portuguese police being hampered by the McCann’s blatant attempt to destroy the crime scene, not to mention the conflicting witness statements provided by the McCann’s and their friends.

So, along with that libel trial, the double whammy pay day comes in the form of the MSM’s widespread promoting of the McCann’s imminent “significant TV appeal”. Something that is bound to get the gullible public reaching for their purses.

Fuck, I hope I don’t have Clarence Clowns on my back now!

You know who I’m on about?  The McCann’s solicitors, Clarence Mitchell who have a tendency to make wild claims, retract and modify them and still come up smelling of roses… Just saying.





Was Maddie abducted by burglars she disturbed at holiday flat? Scotland Yard probes new theory as McCanns prepare to make ‘significant’ TV appeal


PUBLISHED: 01:40, 5 October 2013 | UPDATED: 10:22, 5 October 2013


Abducted by burglars? Scotland Yard is looking into claims that Madeleine McCann was snatched during a break-in at her Portuguese holiday apartmentAbducted by burglars? Scotland Yard is looking into claims that Madeleine McCann was snatched during a break-in at her Portuguese holiday apartment

Madeleine McCann may have been abducted after disturbing burglars in her family’s holiday apartment, Scotland Yard believes.

Detectives think her disappearance could be linked to a series of break-ins at the Portuguese resort from which she vanished, the Daily Mail can reveal.

The burglaries – thought to be the work of a ‘team’ of thieves – happened in the months leading up to Madeleine’s disappearance from the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz in May 2007.

One theory – now being taken seriously by British police – is that burglars panicked after Madeleine awoke from her sleep.

Sources in the Algarve – where the authorities are working closely with Scotland Yard – confirmed yesterday that detectives are investigating a series of thefts from the Ocean Club and elsewhere in Praia da Luz.

One local source said: ‘It is a very serious line of inquiry.’

The break-ins came to light during the Metropolitan Police’s two year long, £5million review of Madeleine’s abduction.

Details of the new theory emerged as Kate and Gerry McCann prepare to make a ‘significant’ new TV appeal in light of ‘fresh, substantive’ material unearthed as part of the Met’s review.

On Thursday, Yard chiefs revealed detectives are trawling through a vast log of mobile phone traffic identified in Praia da Luz at the time of Madeleine’s disappearance.

In a process detectives say could be key to discovering what happened to the then three-year-old, any person who was present in the town on or around May 3 2007 could receive a phone call from the Metropolitan Police.

The McCanns will appear live in the studio during an episode of BBC Crimewatch on Monday next week, which will also feature a reconstruction.

It is understood police are anxious to hear from any other holidaymakers who might have been a burglary victim in Praia da Luz prior to Madeleine’s disappearance.

Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, of the Metropolitan Police, described the programme’s content as ‘substantially different’. ‘It’s not just a bland ‘can you help us’ appeal, there is some different material and a different understanding to be presented,’ he said.


The comments of Mr Rowley, who as chief constable of Surrey oversaw the successful re-investigation into the abduction and murder of schoolgirl Milly Dowler, prompted fevered speculation.

Well-placed sources in Portugal dismissed local reports that police believe a local paedophile gang was responsible.

Mystery: Portuguese police at the apartment in Praia da Luz in 2007 from where Madeleine went missing on May 3 of that yearMystery: Portuguese police at the apartment in Praia da Luz in 2007 from where Madeleine went missing on May 3 of that year


Instead, they revealed, British detectives are focusing their inquiries on a series of break-ins at Algarve resorts.

It was not clear yesterday whether the McCann’s holiday apartment, by a public road, had been previously targeted by burglars.

But police are continuing to look at a large but ‘manageable’ list of phone numbers identified as being in Praia da Luz.

A ‘significant’ number have not yet been attributed to anyone. However, officers are now able to create a log showing calls being made at the time of Madeleine’s disappearance.

Details of the new theory emerged as Kate and Gerry McCann (pictured with an artist's impression of their daughter) prepare to make a new TV appeal in light of material unearthed by the Met's reviewDetails of the new theory emerged as Kate and Gerry McCann (pictured at a previous TV appeal) prepare to make a ‘significant’ new TV appeal in light of ‘fresh, substantive’ material unearthed as part of the Met’s review


Asked if this move could be key to the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, the senior investigating officer, said: ‘It could be.’

But Mr Redwood said they may never know everybody who was in Praia da Luz at the same time as Madeleine, who vanished as her parents dined at a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.

Much of the focus now is to find witnesses as well as suspects. ‘We’re trying to understand who was there for a range of reasons,’ he added.

Since the review has been launched, Scotland Yard has identified 41 potential suspects, including 15 Britons.
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