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Post  Annabel on Fri 9 Mar - 14:13

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/307078/Portugal-police-review-McCann-case

Portuguese police have launched a review of the Madeleine McCann case.



A team of detectives based in Oporto in northern Portugal has been appointed to re-examine the original investigation into the little girl's disappearance from the Algarve in 2007, the Portuguese newspaper Jornal de Noticias reported.

Scotland Yard officers have been carrying out their own review since last May.

It is understood that the team from Portugal's investigative Policia Judiciaria (PJ), headed by senior officer Helena Monteiro, has been looking at the Madeleine case for some weeks now.

Madeleine was nearly four when she went missing from her family's holiday flat in Praia da Luz in the Algarve on May 3 2007 as her parents Kate and Gerry dined with friends nearby.

Portuguese detectives, helped by officers from Leicestershire Police, carried out a massive investigation into her disappearance. The official inquiry was formally shelved in July 2008.

Scotland Yard's review of the case, called Operation Grange, was launched after a request from Home Secretary Theresa May supported by Prime Minister David Cameron.

Portugal's Correio da Manha newspaper reported that the PJ officers have not found any new leads that point to Madeleine's whereabouts and so will not formally reopen their investigation.

McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team. They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

"There is good co-operation between the Met and the PJ, and Kate and Gerry remain grateful for the time and resources that have been put into the search for Madeleine. They will not be discussing any details whilst both the Met investigative review and the PJ work is continuing, but clearly it is a positive development."

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Post  AnnaEsse on Fri 9 Mar - 14:20

Annabel wrote:http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/307078/Portugal-police-review-McCann-case

Portuguese police have launched a review of the Madeleine McCann case.



A team of detectives based in Oporto in northern Portugal has been appointed to re-examine the original investigation into the little girl's disappearance from the Algarve in 2007, the Portuguese newspaper Jornal de Noticias reported.

Scotland Yard officers have been carrying out their own review since last May.

It is understood that the team from Portugal's investigative Policia Judiciaria (PJ), headed by senior officer Helena Monteiro, has been looking at the Madeleine case for some weeks now.

Madeleine was nearly four when she went missing from her family's holiday flat in Praia da Luz in the Algarve on May 3 2007 as her parents Kate and Gerry dined with friends nearby.

Portuguese detectives, helped by officers from Leicestershire Police, carried out a massive investigation into her disappearance. The official inquiry was formally shelved in July 2008.

Scotland Yard's review of the case, called Operation Grange, was launched after a request from Home Secretary Theresa May supported by Prime Minister David Cameron.

Portugal's Correio da Manha newspaper reported that the PJ officers have not found any new leads that point to Madeleine's whereabouts and so will not formally reopen their investigation.

McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team. They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

"There is good co-operation between the Met and the PJ, and Kate and Gerry remain grateful for the time and resources that have been put into the search for Madeleine. They will not be discussing any details whilst both the Met investigative review and the PJ work is continuing, but clearly it is a positive development."

They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

So why didn't they ask for the case not to be archived and why have they never asked for it to be reopened?

They will not be discussing any details....

Have they been given any details, then, about what the joint police teams are doing?


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Post  Guest on Fri 9 Mar - 14:26

That's funny, Keir Simmonds keeps insisting that there is no mention of the word "re-open."

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Post  chrissie on Fri 9 Mar - 14:31

It's in the Independent too:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/portugal-police-review-madeleine-mccann-case-7546882.html

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Post  tanszi on Fri 9 Mar - 15:37

perhaps this is the pink one's way of spinning that no one is discussing the progress with them.


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Post  wjk on Fri 9 Mar - 15:57

Its made Sky news online
http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16185533

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Post  T4two on Fri 9 Mar - 15:59

McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team. They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

Translation: McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry haven't got the faintest idea what is happening because neither Scotland Yard nor the PJ are telling them anything. We got this information from the newspapers just like everyone else and my job is to spin it as positively as possible. They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course - say around 100 years from now?"

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Post  margaret on Fri 9 Mar - 16:00

Annabel wrote:
McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team. They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

"There is good co-operation between the Met and the PJ, and Kate and Gerry remain grateful for the time and resources that have been put into the search for Madeleine. They will not be discussing any details whilst both the Met investigative review and the PJ work is continuing, but clearly it is a positive development."

Aah the Spinmaster General's been wheeled out to give us a soundbite and what a piece of info he gave us! I think we can be reassured the case will be reopened now but l'm afraid l can't reassure him that we will believe the Mcs want the case reopened.

And you can't discuss any details of the case Clarrie BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE ANY..... do you think we'll swallow that the Met have been keeping the two main suspects in the loop?

Anyway Pinky, look what happened when poor Costa Cruises hired you for PR after the Costa Concordia disaster.....the Costa Allegra runs out of power in pirate infested waters... you really are the kiss of bloody death. I really hope the Met find something to put you inside too.


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Post  wjk on Fri 9 Mar - 16:05

margaret wrote:
Annabel wrote:
McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team. They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

"There is good co-operation between the Met and the PJ, and Kate and Gerry remain grateful for the time and resources that have been put into the search for Madeleine. They will not be discussing any details whilst both the Met investigative review and the PJ work is continuing, but clearly it is a positive development."

Aah the Spinmaster General's been wheeled out to give us a soundbite and what a piece of info he gave us! I think we can be reassured the case will be reopened now but l'm afraid l can't reassure him that we will beleive the Mcs want the case reopened.

And you can't discuss any details of the case Clarrie BECAUSE YOU DON'T HAVE ANY..... do you think we'll swallow that the Met have been keeping the two main suspects in the loop?

Anyway Pinky, look what happened when poor Costa Cruises hired you for PR after the Costa Concordia disaster.....the Costa Allegra runs out of power in pirate infested waters... you really are the kiss of bloody death. I really hope the Met find something to put you inside too.

Spot on margaret

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Fri 9 Mar - 16:11

http://news.sky.com/home/uk-news/article/16185533

Madeleine McCann: Portuguese Cops Review Case

Portuguese police have launched a review of the Madeleine McCann case.

A team of detectives based in Oporto has been appointed to re-examine the original investigation into the little girl's disappearance from the Algarve in 2007, according to reports.
It is understood that the team from Portugal's investigative Policia Judiciaria (PJ), headed by senior officer Helena Monteiro, has been looking at the Madeleine case for some weeks now.

No new leads have been found that point to Madeleine's whereabouts so the Portuguese will not be formally reopening the investigation, the Correio da Manha newspaper reported.

Madeleine was three when she went missing from her family's holiday flat in Praia da Luz in the Algarve on May 3, 2007, as her parents, Kate and Gerry, dined with friends nearby.
Portuguese detectives, helped by officers from Leicestershire police, carried out a massive investigation into her disappearance.
The official inquiry was formally abandoned in July 2008.
Scotland Yard officers have been carrying out their own review since last May.
It was launched after a request from Home Secretary Theresa May supported by Prime Minister David Cameron.



Kate and Gerry McCann hope the case will be reopened

Speaking after news of the Portuguese move, McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team.
"They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.
"There is good co-operation between the Met and the PJ, and Kate and Gerry remain grateful for the time and resources that have been put into the search for Madeleine.

"They will not be discussing any details whilst both the Met investigative review and the PJ work is continuing, but clearly it is a positive development.

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Re: PORTUGAL POLICE REVIEW MCCANN CASE/Daily and Sunday Express

Post  pennylane on Fri 9 Mar - 16:26

In the words of Dr Amaral

"The decision of the Prime Minister has been misrepresented. The McCanns have spoken of a reassessment of the "sightings" of the child. But what is known is that Scotland Yard, appointed to review all research, has put aside the pseudo-sightings focusing on the process that is filed. The elements of the Scotland Yard have been working with a research team from Porto (Porto because the Algarve and Lisbon had been involved), and what is known is that the "thing" is not going very well for the side of McCann."


Tick... tock...

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Post  Guest on Fri 9 Mar - 17:05

What Countries don't have an Extradition Treaty with the UK?


(That's rhetorical - don't anybody waste time researching!!)

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Post  ShabbyTiger on Fri 9 Mar - 17:08

T4two wrote:
McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team. They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

Translation: McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: "Kate and Gerry haven't got the faintest idea what is happening because neither Scotland Yard nor the PJ are telling them anything. We got this information from the newspapers just like everyone else and my job is to spin it as positively as possible. They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course - say around 100 years from now?"

LOL! Someone, somewhere has the ability to stop this farce once and for all. Be it Payne, Tanner, Oldfield or O'Brien. If they are in the know, now is the time to have the courage to come forward and tell all. Hopefully the authorities will give them credit, although I believe there is no such thing as "Queen's Evidence" in PT law. I would applaud any of them who has the guts to come forward. Mind you, they'd also be in trouble for the money that they fraudulently accepted from the Express. I would imagine the Express would be wanting their half a million back....

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Post  Lillyofthevalley on Fri 9 Mar - 17:13

Foooooking hell, Ive just come in from been out all day to this news.............

This must be serious, for Mitchell to be wheeled out saying, "Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team, "They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

Something is afoot is he preparing us for something!! especially when we have the UK Papers reporting it along side Clarence (lies with as many teeth) Mitchell



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Post  welshy on Fri 9 Mar - 17:30

Apparently Sandra F, will be doing a programme at 9pm tonight on pt tv.

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Post  pennylane on Fri 9 Mar - 17:33

Why is the Express "comments" section now blotting out the McCanns name with asterisks????

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Post  Oldartform on Fri 9 Mar - 17:41

pennylane wrote:Why is the Express "comments" section now blotting out the McCanns name with asterisks????

Don`t know, but something in the air has changed for them to be allowing comments at all - amazing.

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Post  ShabbyTiger on Fri 9 Mar - 17:50

Oldartform wrote:
pennylane wrote:Why is the Express "comments" section now blotting out the McCanns name with asterisks????

Don`t know, but something in the air has changed for them to be allowing comments at all - amazing.

Very true, Oldartform. The comments on the Daily Mail article are none too complimentary either!

How on earth can any of them now refuse to do a reconstruction? Sir Gerry has painted himself into a corner, demanding this "review". If they refuse to do a reconstruction and that gets into the public domain, then they are finished, IMO.

I bet they now wish they had just vanished into obscurity in July 2008 after the case was shelved.

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Post  Annabel on Fri 9 Mar - 18:09

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2112686/Portuguese-police-examine-disappearance-Madeleine-McCann-bringing-fresh-hope-Kate-Gerry.html

Madeleine McCann bringing fresh hope to Kate and Gerry

A new team of detectives will go over thousands of pages of case files and search for new clues
Gerry and Kate McCann welcome the development and hope it will lead to the case being reopened
Madeleine was nearly four when she went missing from her family's holiday flat in the Algarve in 2007

By Gerard Couzens

PUBLISHED: 16:07 GMT, 9 March 2012 | UPDATED: 16:54 GMT, 9 March 2012




Portuguese police have set up a new team of detectives to review the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, it emerged today.

Almost four years after the police probe was formally archived, an outside squad of officers has been brought in to re-examine the case.

The team, from the northern city of Porto, has been instructed to go over the thousands of pages of case files and search for new clues.
Fresh look: Portuguese police have set up a new team of detectives to review the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, pictured, it emerged today

Fresh look: Portuguese police have set up a new team of detectives to review the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, pictured, it emerged today

The development will provide fresh hope for parents Gerry and Kate McCann, who have never given up on finding their daughter alive.

They have repeatedly called on the Portuguese authorities to resume the search for their daughter.

The case review is being carried out by Policia Judiciaria’s Regional Section of Criminal Investigation and Prevention in Porto, led by Helena Monteiro.




They are working with the Scotland Yard team set up in May last year to review the investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance.

Madeleine was nearly four when she went missing from her family's holiday flat in Praia da Luz in the Algarve on May 3, 2007 as her parents Kate and Gerry dined with friends nearby.

Portuguese detectives, helped by officers from Leicestershire Police, carried out a massive investigation into her disappearance. The official inquiry was formally shelved in July 2008.
Optimistic: Kate and Gerry McCann hope that the new development will lead to the case into the disappearance of their daughter being reopened

Optimistic: Kate and Gerry McCann hope that the new development will lead to the case into the disappearance of their daughter being reopened

The McCanns’ Portuguese lawyer Rogerio Alves described the Portuguese police case review as a 'very positive sign'.

He said: 'More than anything Kate and Gerry want to discover what happened to their daughter, whilst of course harbouring the hope of finding her alive.

'For that to happen, the police need to carry on looking for her and carrying on following the leads at their disposal.'

He also said he believed the review could lead to an eventual reopening of the case.

He told a Portuguese TV station: 'It’s not absolutely certain but what’s happening at the moment is that some of the information passed to the authorities could lead to a reopening of the case.

'Obviously within this enormous universe of people who say they’ve seen one thing or another or have information on one thing or another, the police make a selection.

'I can’t go into any sort of detail and I hope people will understand me, but at this moment in time there is something that aroused enough interest from the Portuguese and British police to warrant this review in search of new clues.

'This is all I can say but obviously the most plausible explanation for what’s happening is this one, that information passed to or acquired by the Judicial Police in Porto has put them on the trail of something specific.

'I don’t have detailed information and as you’d expect they’re always going to be cautious in releasing information.'


Detectives from Porto are understood to have travelled to the Algarve as part of the review.

The Policia Judiciaria’s deputy national director Pedro do Carmo told newspaper Jornal de Noticias they wanted detectives who had no previous involvement with the case to take a fresh look at the investigation.

He said. 'Despite having been formally archived, we continue to have an unexplained disappearance. The archiving does not mean that the Policia Judiciaria (PJ) have less interest in establishing what happened or looking for answers.
Good news: McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said Kate and Gerry welcome the work being done by the Policia Judiciaria in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team

Good news: McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell, pictured, said Kate and Gerry welcome the work being done by the Policia Judiciaria in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team

'The British authorities have set up a team to review the investigation. They have been to Portugal and agreed to collaborate with the PJ. We are doing the same.

'The Porto team is experienced in these cases.'

He stressed that the case had not been reopened and still officially remains archived.

A spokeswoman for the Policia Judiciaria said today: 'The leadership of the PJ wants to have another look at the case and to work with the British authorities and they have chosen an experienced team from Porto to do this.

'In Portugal only the attorney general’s office can order the reopening of a case and it would only do that if there was strong new evidence. At the moment that has not happened.'

The Scotland Yard review, called Operation Grange, involves 30 murder squad detectives, some of whom have made at least four trips to Portugal and Spain.

Last December they travelled to Barcelona to meet with private investigators from the agency Metodo 3, who were hired by the McCanns to find their daughter.

Madeleine’s parents, both doctors from Rothley, Leicestershire, have previously welcomed Scotland Yard’s involvement in the case.

McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell said: 'Kate and Gerry obviously welcome the work being done by the PJ in Oporto alongside that of the Met investigative team.

'They clearly hope that it will lead to the case being reopened in due course.

'There is good co-operation between the Met and the PJ, and Kate and Gerry remain grateful for the time and resources that have been put into the search for Madeleine.

'They will not be discussing any details whilst both the Met investigative review and the PJ work is continuing, but clearly it is a positive development.'


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Post  cass on Fri 9 Mar - 18:39

pennylane wrote:Why is the Express "comments" section now blotting out the McCanns name with asterisks????
i hope that if it ever does go to court trial by press doesnt come into all this and the highlighted bits omg please please not another pasty an man -woman on their death bed making a confession

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Post  Loopdaloop on Fri 9 Mar - 20:35

Its quite clever them *'ing out the Mccann's name as people can now say what they want as you can't liable ******* 's !

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Post  Guest on Fri 9 Mar - 20:37

Or maybe it's the paper's way of calling them f*****g t*****s.

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Post  almostgothic on Fri 9 Mar - 20:42

Iris wrote:Or maybe it's the paper's way of calling them f*****g t*****s.


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Post  Panda on Fri 9 Mar - 20:56


What a pomous b***er CM is "They will not be discussing any details whilst both the Met investigative review and the PJ work is continuing, but clearly it is a positive development"

What details will the McCanns have ???? Does he honestly think the PJ or SY will discuss anything with them.

Talking about the English Press I remember ages ago Matthew Parris of the Spectator saying the British Press resenting the way they were treated in PDL and if ever it was found that the McCanns were guilty of Madeleine's disappearance the Press would be merciless.

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Post  gillyspot on Fri 9 Mar - 21:01

All these articles & not a mention of "abduction". Hmm

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