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Post  Panda on Sun 10 Jul - 15:20

comperedna wrote:Does anyone know why the clean-up operation is called Operation Weeting? I'm originally from Norfolk and I only know Weeting as the name of a small village, with a long history, not far from the ancient flint mines called Grimes Graves... but then I never knew why Operation Ore was called Operation Ore either...

I know comparedna, Iv"e also wondered at the wierd names. I can understand "Operation investigating hacking and police corruption" giving the game away, but it"s not like "weeting" is an anagram or something.
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Post  Guest on Sun 10 Jul - 15:33

I believe that the names are allocated randomly, by computer.

Looks like some emails proving payments to the Police have turned up.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102
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Post  Panda on Sun 10 Jul - 16:22

[quote="Iris"]I believe that the names are allocated randomly, by computer.

Looks like some emails proving payments to the Police have turned up.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102[/quote

Good find Iris,

So even the Lawyers are bent..........it"s like watching corruption pouring through the holes in a colander, we can"t trust the Labour Party, Conservative
Party, Metropolitan Police, News International Employees, NI Executives, Lawyers.......have I missed anyone out?
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Post  widowan on Sun 10 Jul - 16:39

My neighbor's cat has always given off a bad vibe!
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Post  Badboy on Sun 10 Jul - 16:39

[quote="Panda"]
Iris wrote:I believe that the names are allocated randomly, by computer.

Looks like some emails proving payments to the Police have turned up.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102[/quote

Good find Iris,

So even the Lawyers are bent..........it"s like watching corruption pouring through the holes in a colander, we can"t trust the Labour Party, Conservative
Party, Metropolitan Police, News International Employees, NI Executives, Lawyers.......have I missed anyone out?
WEBLINK COMES UP NOT FOUND
YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED OUT SOME PEOPLE WHOM YOU CAN'T TRUST;BANKERS, STOCKBROKERS,TEACHERS, SOCIAL WORKERS
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Re: Police to interview Rebekah Brooks under caution

Post  Panda on Sun 10 Jul - 16:53

[quote="Badboy"]
Panda wrote:
Iris wrote:I believe that the names are allocated randomly, by computer.

Looks like some emails proving payments to the Police have turned up.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102[/quote

Good find Iris,

So even the Lawyers are bent..........it"s like watching corruption pouring through the holes in a colander, we can"t trust the Labour Party, Conservative
Party, Metropolitan Police, News International Employees, NI Executives, Lawyers.......have I missed anyone out?
WEBLINK COMES UP NOT FOUND
YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED OUT SOME PEOPLE WHOM YOU CAN'T TRUST;BANKERS, STOCKBROKERS,TEACHERS, SOCIAL WORKERS
!

That"s odd Badboy, I read it??? Maybe it has been whoosh clucked because it was very explicit about Coulson , a Law Firm keeping e-mails, etc.

Yes, I agree your addition, but I was listing those involved specifically in the NEWS INTL scandal.
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Post  Badboy on Sun 10 Jul - 17:01

[quote="Panda"]
Badboy wrote:
Panda wrote:
Iris wrote:I believe that the names are allocated randomly, by computer.

Looks like some emails proving payments to the Police have turned up.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102[/quote

Good find Iris,

So even the Lawyers are bent..........it"s like watching corruption pouring through the holes in a colander, we can"t trust the Labour Party, Conservative
Party, Metropolitan Police, News International Employees, NI Executives, Lawyers.......have I missed anyone out?
WEBLINK COMES UP NOT FOUND
YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED OUT SOME PEOPLE WHOM YOU CAN'T TRUST;BANKERS, STOCKBROKERS,TEACHERS, SOCIAL WORKERS
!

That"s odd Badboy, I read it??? Maybe it has been whoosh clucked because it was very explicit about Coulson , a Law Firm keeping e-mails, etc.

Yes, I agree your addition, but I was listing those involved specifically in the NEWS INTL scandal.
CAN WE TRUST THE LIB DEM?
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Re: Police to interview Rebekah Brooks under caution

Post  pennylane on Sun 10 Jul - 17:05

I'll bet the pink pimp's scurrying around like a bat out of hell right now
and the tapasniks have all got a terrible case of the jitters

They will be needing some heavy duty sedatives I reckon



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Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 10 Jul - 17:09

pennylane wrote:I'll bet the pink pimp's scurrying around like a bat out of hell right now
and the tapasniks have all got a terrible case of the jitters

They will be needing some heavy duty sedatives I reckon




It wouldn't surprise me if there were to be a get-together of old friends quite soon, to discuss getting a few stories straight and sorting out a few inconsistencies. Also, there could be some discussion of explanations for phone calls that were or were not hacked and evidence that was or was not found!

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Post  Guest on Sun 10 Jul - 17:10

Badboy wrote:
Panda wrote:
Badboy wrote:
Panda wrote:
Iris wrote:I believe that the names are allocated randomly, by computer.

Looks like some emails proving payments to the Police have turned up.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102

Good find Iris,

So even the Lawyers are bent..........it"s like watching corruption pouring through the holes in a colander, we can"t trust the Labour Party, Conservative
Party, Metropolitan Police, News International Employees, NI Executives, Lawyers.......have I missed anyone out?
WEBLINK COMES UP NOT FOUND
YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED OUT SOME PEOPLE WHOM YOU CAN'T TRUST;BANKERS, STOCKBROKERS,TEACHERS, SOCIAL WORKERS
!

That"s odd Badboy, I read it??? Maybe it has been whoosh clucked because it was very explicit about Coulson , a Law Firm keeping e-mails, etc.

Yes, I agree your addition, but I was listing those involved specifically in the NEWS INTL scandal.
CAN WE TRUST THE LIB DEM?


I think the link will work now - needed a space before [ /quote]?


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Post  pennylane on Sun 10 Jul - 17:22

AnnaEsse wrote:
pennylane wrote:I'll bet the pink pimp's scurrying around like a bat out of hell right now
and the tapasniks have all got a terrible case of the jitters

They will be needing some heavy duty sedatives I reckon




It wouldn't surprise me if there were to be a get-together of old friends quite soon, to discuss getting a few stories straight and sorting out a few inconsistencies. Also, there could be some discussion of explanations for phone calls that were or were not hacked and evidence that was or was not found!

You betcha! They will all be very worried indeed as this is exactly the type of thing that could bring their house of cards tumbling down. Let's hope someone has nothing to lose and throws the sleazy McCanns to the wolves soon!
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Post  Panda on Sun 10 Jul - 17:25

[quote="Badboy"]
Panda wrote:
Badboy wrote:
Panda wrote:
Iris wrote:I believe that the names are allocated randomly, by computer.

Looks like some emails proving payments to the Police have turned up.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102[/quote

Good find Iris,

So even the Lawyers are bent..........it"s like watching corruption pouring through the holes in a colander, we can"t trust the Labour Party, Conservative
Party, Metropolitan Police, News International Employees, NI Executives, Lawyers.......have I missed anyone out?
WEBLINK COMES UP NOT FOUND
YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED OUT SOME PEOPLE WHOM YOU CAN'T TRUST;BANKERS, STOCKBROKERS,TEACHERS, SOCIAL WORKERS
!

That"s odd Badboy, I read it??? Maybe it has been whoosh clucked because it was very explicit about Coulson , a Law Firm keeping e-mails, etc.

Yes, I agree your addition, but I was listing those involved specifically in the NEWS INTL scandal.
CAN WE TRUST THE LIB DEM?
No , I think we ought to forget Party Politics and just pick the best people to sort out the mess and get away from a two party system.
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Post  Badboy on Sun 10 Jul - 17:41

THAMKS CARMEN,IT NOW WORKS
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Post  Bobsy on Sun 10 Jul - 17:51

Is the text saved somewhere in case the link is got at?
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Post  Guest on Sun 10 Jul - 17:53

carmen wrote:
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News International found “smoking gun” emails in 2007

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News International found emails in 2007 that appeared to indicate that payments were being made to the police for information, although this evidence of alleged criminal behaviour was not handed to the Metropolitan Police for investigation until 20 June of this year.

According to sources, these emails were in the possession of the firm of solicitors Harbottle & Lewis.

They were retrieved from Harbottle & Lewis by William Lewis, general manager of News International - who is in charge of News International's investigation into what went wrong at the News of the World (and who was recruited by News International last July).

The emails appear to show Andy Coulson, editor of the News of the World from 2003-2007, authorising payments to the police for help with stories.

They also appear to show that phone hacking went wider than the activities of a single rogue reporter, which was the News of the World's claim at the time.

Mr Coulson, who subsequently became David Cameron's Director of Communications in 10 Downing Street, was arrested and bailed last week.

In a letter presented to the Commons Culture, Media and Sport select committee, Harbottle & Lewis confirmed that it had been asked by News International to review whether the illegal actions of Clive Goodman - the News of the World's former Royal editor jailed in 2007 for phone hacking - were known to his News of the World colleagues.

In this letter, dated May 29 2007, and sent to Jon Chapman of News International, Lawrence Abramson of Harbottle & Lewis wrote that it had "reviewed emails to which you have provided access from the accounts of Andy Coulson, Stuart Kuttner, Ian Edmondson, Clive Goodman, Neil Wallis, Jules Stenson".

Mr Abramson confirmed to Mr Chapman that it "did not find anything in those emails which appeared to us to be reasonable evidence that Clive Goodman's illegal actions were known about and supported by both or either of Andy Coulson, the editor, and Neil Wallis, the deputy editor, and/or that Ian Edmondson, the news editor, and others were carrying out similar illegal procedures."

The letter from Mr Abramson to Mr Chapman makes no mention of whether the emails contain evidence of wrongdoing by journalists other than Mr Goodman.

However when William Lewis and his fellow News International executives re-acquired those emails from Harbottle & Lewis, they found what they perceived to be prima facie evidence that the illegal phone hacking went wider than just the activities of Mr Goodman and that there were potentially illegal payments to the police.

William Lewis went looking for these emails after the Metropolitan police of Operation Weeting, who are investigating alleged phone hacking, enquired about the existence of 2,500 emails that Colin Myler - who replaced Andy Coulson as editor of the News of the World - mentioned to MPs on the Culture, Media and Sport committee.

He told the MPs these emails been trawled through as part of his own enquiry into whether hacking was carried out by others than Mr Goodman.

In response to a question by the MP Philip Davies about whether Mr Goodman was working alone, Mr Myler said: "I conducted this inquiry with Daniel Cloke, our Director of Human Resources. Over 2500 emails were accessed because we were exploring whether or not there was any other evidence to suggest essentially what you are hinting at. No evidence was found; that is up to 2500 emails".

William Lewis and his News International colleagues on a newly created Management and Standards Committee have not found the full 2500 emails mentioned by Mr Myler, just the sub-set of 300 that were passed to Harbottle & Lewis.

The disclosure that News International found 300 emails as long ago as 2007, that indicated wider malpractices at the News of the World than those which led to the jailing of Mr Goodman and of the private detective Glen Mulcaire, is likely to increase criticism of News International's chairman, James Murdoch, son of Rupert Murdoch.

In December 2007, James Murdoch took charge of News International as chief executive of the European and Asian operations of its parent company, News Corporation.

Some four months later, in April 2008, he authorised the payment of a substantial out-of-court settlement, running to hundreds of thousands of pounds, with Gordon Taylor, chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association, over the hacking of Mr Taylor's phone.

That settlement - which was agreed by Mr Murdoch and signed by News International's chief operating officer at the time, Clive Milner - contained a gagging clause, making it impossible for either party to talk about the settlement or what led to it (though many of its details were subsequently revealed by the Guardian).

Mr Murdoch has now conceded that it was wrong of him to agree to the settlement with Mr Taylor and also to other out-of-court settlements made at a similar time.

He said on Thursday: "I now know that I did not have a complete picture when I did so. This was wrong and is a matter of serious regret".

There have been allegations that Mr Murdoch, in settling with Mr Taylor, was endeavouring to put a lid on the furore to deter a wider police investigation of the News of the World's behaviour.

News International denies this.

It insists that Mr Murdoch only approved the Taylor settlement and gagging clause because he was ignorant of the alleged transgressions by other News of the World journalists.

In particular, News International says Mr Murdoch had no knowledge of the 300 emails that Harbottle & Lewis were asked to review.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102

Yes, Bobsy, I posted the text earlier
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Post  Bobsy on Sun 10 Jul - 17:57

carmen wrote:
carmen wrote:
Business editor
More from Robert
News International found “smoking gun” emails in 2007

COMMENTS

News International found emails in 2007 that appeared to indicate that payments were being made to the police for information, although this evidence of alleged criminal behaviour was not handed to the Metropolitan Police for investigation until 20 June of this year.

According to sources, these emails were in the possession of the firm of solicitors Harbottle & Lewis.

They were retrieved from Harbottle & Lewis by William Lewis, general manager of News International - who is in charge of News International's investigation into what went wrong at the News of the World (and who was recruited by News International last July).

The emails appear to show Andy Coulson, editor of the News of the World from 2003-2007, authorising payments to the police for help with stories.

They also appear to show that phone hacking went wider than the activities of a single rogue reporter, which was the News of the World's claim at the time.

Mr Coulson, who subsequently became David Cameron's Director of Communications in 10 Downing Street, was arrested and bailed last week.

In a letter presented to the Commons Culture, Media and Sport select committee, Harbottle & Lewis confirmed that it had been asked by News International to review whether the illegal actions of Clive Goodman - the News of the World's former Royal editor jailed in 2007 for phone hacking - were known to his News of the World colleagues.

In this letter, dated May 29 2007, and sent to Jon Chapman of News International, Lawrence Abramson of Harbottle & Lewis wrote that it had "reviewed emails to which you have provided access from the accounts of Andy Coulson, Stuart Kuttner, Ian Edmondson, Clive Goodman, Neil Wallis, Jules Stenson".

Mr Abramson confirmed to Mr Chapman that it "did not find anything in those emails which appeared to us to be reasonable evidence that Clive Goodman's illegal actions were known about and supported by both or either of Andy Coulson, the editor, and Neil Wallis, the deputy editor, and/or that Ian Edmondson, the news editor, and others were carrying out similar illegal procedures."

The letter from Mr Abramson to Mr Chapman makes no mention of whether the emails contain evidence of wrongdoing by journalists other than Mr Goodman.

However when William Lewis and his fellow News International executives re-acquired those emails from Harbottle & Lewis, they found what they perceived to be prima facie evidence that the illegal phone hacking went wider than just the activities of Mr Goodman and that there were potentially illegal payments to the police.

William Lewis went looking for these emails after the Metropolitan police of Operation Weeting, who are investigating alleged phone hacking, enquired about the existence of 2,500 emails that Colin Myler - who replaced Andy Coulson as editor of the News of the World - mentioned to MPs on the Culture, Media and Sport committee.

He told the MPs these emails been trawled through as part of his own enquiry into whether hacking was carried out by others than Mr Goodman.

In response to a question by the MP Philip Davies about whether Mr Goodman was working alone, Mr Myler said: "I conducted this inquiry with Daniel Cloke, our Director of Human Resources. Over 2500 emails were accessed because we were exploring whether or not there was any other evidence to suggest essentially what you are hinting at. No evidence was found; that is up to 2500 emails".

William Lewis and his News International colleagues on a newly created Management and Standards Committee have not found the full 2500 emails mentioned by Mr Myler, just the sub-set of 300 that were passed to Harbottle & Lewis.

The disclosure that News International found 300 emails as long ago as 2007, that indicated wider malpractices at the News of the World than those which led to the jailing of Mr Goodman and of the private detective Glen Mulcaire, is likely to increase criticism of News International's chairman, James Murdoch, son of Rupert Murdoch.

In December 2007, James Murdoch took charge of News International as chief executive of the European and Asian operations of its parent company, News Corporation.

Some four months later, in April 2008, he authorised the payment of a substantial out-of-court settlement, running to hundreds of thousands of pounds, with Gordon Taylor, chief executive of the Professional Footballers' Association, over the hacking of Mr Taylor's phone.

That settlement - which was agreed by Mr Murdoch and signed by News International's chief operating officer at the time, Clive Milner - contained a gagging clause, making it impossible for either party to talk about the settlement or what led to it (though many of its details were subsequently revealed by the Guardian).

Mr Murdoch has now conceded that it was wrong of him to agree to the settlement with Mr Taylor and also to other out-of-court settlements made at a similar time.

He said on Thursday: "I now know that I did not have a complete picture when I did so. This was wrong and is a matter of serious regret".

There have been allegations that Mr Murdoch, in settling with Mr Taylor, was endeavouring to put a lid on the furore to deter a wider police investigation of the News of the World's behaviour.

News International denies this.

It insists that Mr Murdoch only approved the Taylor settlement and gagging clause because he was ignorant of the alleged transgressions by other News of the World journalists.

In particular, News International says Mr Murdoch had no knowledge of the 300 emails that Harbottle & Lewis were asked to review.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-14099102

Yes, Bobsy, I posted the text earlier

Thanks Carmen, couldn't access it and didn't realize this was the text. Better make sure everything is saved as I bet there are a hell of a lot of delete buttons being pressed at the moment
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Re: Police to interview Rebekah Brooks under caution

Post  Wintabells on Sun 10 Jul - 19:11

comperedna wrote:I saw her on TV being interviewed by a House of Commons Committee, admitting the NOW had paid policemen for information (an absolute offence constituting corruption). Andy Colson was sitting beside her, and chipped in that they always stayed within the law... 'Rubbish' he was told it is always illegal to hand over cash to a policeman for any kind of favour... including passing on information. No wonder he got arrested. It is not one of those things where you can claim a defence of: 'It was in the public interest'. It is never in the public interest to bribe a policeman.

Wasn't one of the early GNR cops on the Madeleine case under investigation because of some regular cash deposits?

only asking.....
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Post  chrissie on Sun 10 Jul - 19:15

Wintabells wrote:
comperedna wrote:I saw her on TV being interviewed by a House of Commons Committee, admitting the NOW had paid policemen for information (an absolute offence constituting corruption). Andy Colson was sitting beside her, and chipped in that they always stayed within the law... 'Rubbish' he was told it is always illegal to hand over cash to a policeman for any kind of favour... including passing on information. No wonder he got arrested. It is not one of those things where you can claim a defence of: 'It was in the public interest'. It is never in the public interest to bribe a policeman.

Wasn't one of the early GNR cops on the Madeleine case under investigation because of some regular cash deposits?

only asking.....

Yes. I'm not sure that I ever heard the outcome of that.
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Re: Police to interview Rebekah Brooks under caution

Post  Wintabells on Sun 10 Jul - 19:15

OLD article



http://www.mccannfiles.com/id256.html

TVI knows that one of the first agents that took care of the event is being targeted by an inquiry. The issue is an amount of over 120 thousand euros that were received in cash, in two bank accounts under his name, one of which at Caixa Geral de Depósitos. The most serious coincidence is that the money started being deposited, on those accounts, only a short time after the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann.

This amount is much higher than that of a GNR officer's salary and was deposited on "live" money, according to investigation sources, in parts of over 10 thousand euros.

Officer denies deposits

The investigation into these deposits is being carried out by DCICCEF [Central Directory for the Investigation of Corruption and Economical and Financial Crime], which tries to understand the reasons for these payments. Even if their illegality is proved, a connection to the Maddie case may not exist, despite the strong temporal coincidence and the high amount of money.

Contacted by TVI, the officer denied the existence of said deposits, having offered the possibility that his name was unduly used to open those accounts. Police sources in the area manifested their strangeness concerning the possibility that this officer, whom they consider of honest reputation, could be involved in illegal actions.

TVI knows that one of the first agents that took care of the event is being targeted by an inquiry. The issue is an amount of over 120 thousand euros that were received in cash, in two bank accounts under his name, one of which at Caixa Geral de Depósitos. The most serious coincidence is that the money started being deposited, on those accounts, only a short time after the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann.

This amount is much higher than that of a GNR officer's salary and was deposited on "live" money, according to investigation sources, in parts of over 10 thousand euros.

Officer denies deposits

The investigation into these deposits is being carried out by DCICCEF [Central Directory for the Investigation of Corruption and Economical and Financial Crime], which tries to understand the reasons for these payments. Even if their illegality is proved, a connection to the Maddie case may not exist, despite the strong temporal coincidence and the high amount of money.

Contacted by TVI, the officer denied the existence of said deposits, having offered the possibility that his name was unduly used to open those accounts. Police sources in the area manifested their strangeness concerning the possibility that this officer, whom they consider of honest reputation, could be involved in illegal actions.

TVI knows that one of the first agents that took care of the event is being targeted by an inquiry. The issue is an amount of over 120 thousand euros that were received in cash, in two bank accounts under his name, one of which at Caixa Geral de Depósitos. The most serious coincidence is that the money started being deposited, on those accounts, only a short time after the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann.

This amount is much higher than that of a GNR officer's salary and was deposited on "live" money, according to investigation sources, in parts of over 10 thousand euros.

Officer denies deposits

The investigation into these deposits is being carried out by DCICCEF [Central Directory for the Investigation of Corruption and Economical and Financial Crime], which tries to understand the reasons for these payments. Even if their illegality is proved, a connection to the Maddie case may not exist, despite the strong temporal coincidence and the high amount of money.

Contacted by TVI, the officer denied the existence of said deposits, having offered the possibility that his name was unduly used to open those accounts. Police sources in the area manifested their strangeness concerning the possibility that this officer, whom they consider of honest reputation, could be involved in illegal actions.

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Post  Wintabells on Sun 10 Jul - 19:18

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id256.html

Maddie: Military investigation Correio da Manhã

20 June 2009 - 00h33
Translation by Nigel Moore
Thanks to Astro for addendum note

The DCIAP is investigating a cabo [police rank] from the GNR for several deposits made into two bank accounts for about 120 thousand euros. The military was the first to come to Praia da Luz where Maddie disappeared and the deposits in cash, began shortly after. He argues that the money is not his and that there is another person with the same name.

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Note: This short online article mentions an officer with the rank of 'cabo', which means that it would be José Maria Batista Roque.
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Re: Police to interview Rebekah Brooks under caution

Post  Badboy on Sun 10 Jul - 19:24

Wintabells wrote:OLD article



http://www.mccannfiles.com/id256.html

TVI knows that one of the first agents that took care of the event is being targeted by an inquiry. The issue is an amount of over 120 thousand euros that were received in cash, in two bank accounts under his name, one of which at Caixa Geral de Depósitos. The most serious coincidence is that the money started being deposited, on those accounts, only a short time after the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann.

This amount is much higher than that of a GNR officer's salary and was deposited on "live" money, according to investigation sources, in parts of over 10 thousand euros.

Officer denies deposits

The investigation into these deposits is being carried out by DCICCEF [Central Directory for the Investigation of Corruption and Economical and Financial Crime], which tries to understand the reasons for these payments. Even if their illegality is proved, a connection to the Maddie case may not exist, despite the strong temporal coincidence and the high amount of money.

Contacted by TVI, the officer denied the existence of said deposits, having offered the possibility that his name was unduly used to open those accounts. Police sources in the area manifested their strangeness concerning the possibility that this officer, whom they consider of honest reputation, could be involved in illegal actions.

TVI knows that one of the first agents that took care of the event is being targeted by an inquiry. The issue is an amount of over 120 thousand euros that were received in cash, in two bank accounts under his name, one of which at Caixa Geral de Depósitos. The most serious coincidence is that the money started being deposited, on those accounts, only a short time after the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann.

This amount is much higher than that of a GNR officer's salary and was deposited on "live" money, according to investigation sources, in parts of over 10 thousand euros.

Officer denies deposits

The investigation into these deposits is being carried out by DCICCEF [Central Directory for the Investigation of Corruption and Economical and Financial Crime], which tries to understand the reasons for these payments. Even if their illegality is proved, a connection to the Maddie case may not exist, despite the strong temporal coincidence and the high amount of money.

Contacted by TVI, the officer denied the existence of said deposits, having offered the possibility that his name was unduly used to open those accounts. Police sources in the area manifested their strangeness concerning the possibility that this officer, whom they consider of honest reputation, could be involved in illegal actions.

TVI knows that one of the first agents that took care of the event is being targeted by an inquiry. The issue is an amount of over 120 thousand euros that were received in cash, in two bank accounts under his name, one of which at Caixa Geral de Depósitos. The most serious coincidence is that the money started being deposited, on those accounts, only a short time after the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann.

This amount is much higher than that of a GNR officer's salary and was deposited on "live" money, according to investigation sources, in parts of over 10 thousand euros.

Officer denies deposits

The investigation into these deposits is being carried out by DCICCEF [Central Directory for the Investigation of Corruption and Economical and Financial Crime], which tries to understand the reasons for these payments. Even if their illegality is proved, a connection to the Maddie case may not exist, despite the strong temporal coincidence and the high amount of money.

Contacted by TVI, the officer denied the existence of said deposits, having offered the possibility that his name was unduly used to open those accounts. Police sources in the area manifested their strangeness concerning the possibility that this officer, whom they consider of honest reputation, could be involved in illegal actions.

IT TURNED OUT THAT IT WAS INHERITANCE MONEY
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Post  Wintabells on Sun 10 Jul - 19:25

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/JOSE_ROQUE.htm

Jose Roque's statments.

He didn't think it was abduction either.

Oddly, he didn't notice a fridge... (sorry to bring up the subject of fridges)..although he did search inside the washing machine.
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Post  Wintabells on Sun 10 Jul - 19:33

Badboy wrote:
IT TURNED OUT THAT IT WAS INHERITANCE MONEY

Oh? I didn't ever read the resolution of this issue.

Strange that it's claimed that the officer denied the deposits if it turned out to be inheritance money.

It would have been too much to hope for, I guess, that somewhere, someone had inside info on the 'state of the apartment' written in a little black book.
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