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Post  Annabel on Sat 12 May - 14:19

http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2012/05/maddie-case.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+JoanaMorais+%28Joana+Morais%29

Opinion article by José Braz, former director of the Judiciary Police (PJ) of Lisbon*

The PJ direction decided to re-open, without warning the Public Ministry [Attorney General's Office], the investigation [review] to the Maddie Case.

It is very hard to understand the reason why 13 pending process, relating to missing Portuguese children, do not deserve equal treatment and effort.

Similarly we cannot also understand the appointment of a team from the North directorate for a case that took place in the Algarve [South Portugal].

Could that be because of their unparalleled effectiveness in the resolution of similar cases, in its area of ​​competence? [Sarcasm, the Oporto PJ failed miserably in Rui Pedro's case, a case that has 14 years, a case that never received 10% of the resources of the Maddie Case]

Surely, it can't be for reasons of good management and of rational rentabilization of resources that have forced turning upside-down the existing rules in matters of the territorial jurisdiction!

What is true is that this expedient does not intend, in essence, to investigate anything but only to satisfy slavishly the intolerable pressures and external interests, anticipating and counteracting skilfully the media outcry that this case raises recurringly.

But do these directors even imagine the deleterious effects that their excesses cause in the professional pride and motivation of those which - give daily their best to the great institution that is the PJ - are, thereby, 'awarded' with certificates of inferiority.

in Correio da Manhã. May 8, 2012

* José Braz left the PJ along with several directors, superior coordinators and criminal coordinators like Paulo Rebelo (on an unpaid leave) in January 2011 due to severe budget cuts, dissatisfaction with the end results of Justice after the criminal investigations are completed or are archived prematurely, and mainly because of their disappointment with the institution.

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Post  kitti on Sat 12 May - 14:27

Do you think these people are going to be 'persuaded' to come to the same conclusion as SY?


But surely if they did, how would they get round the non reopening off the case?

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Post  wjk on Sat 12 May - 14:36

It will be interesting to see if the Northern PJ come to the same conclusions as the Southern PJ did, or go along with SY?
What then?

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Post  Lillyofthevalley on Sat 12 May - 16:22

Well after yesterday and Brooks informing us that it was her putting pressure on David LOL Cameron to get the McCanns case reviewed I now think that things could turn nasty either for Brooks or the McCanns and I have a feeling it could be the latter, I really don't thing that Cameron (call me Mr LOL) or Scotland Yard can afford to be seen as been bullied or told what to do by Brooks......imo quite a few people today are probably not very happy with Brooks.....

1. Cameron, if not then def Mrs Cameron.
2. Murdochs, been seen yet again for the bullies that they really are.
3. McCanns, because they tried to get the public to believe it was them that put the pressure on Government.
4. Jeremy Hunt!!!

Brooks performance yesterday makes me believe that she is looking after No.1, The McCanns are on their own now, if not she wouldn't have dropped that little nugget in yesterday IMO




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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 12 May - 16:38

Lillyofthevalley wrote:Well after yesterday and Brooks informing us that it was her putting pressure on David LOL Cameron to get the McCanns case reviewed I now think that things could turn nasty either for Brooks or the McCanns and I have a feeling it could be the latter, I really don't thing that Cameron (call me Mr LOL) or Scotland Yard can afford to be seen as been bullied or told what to do by Brooks......imo quite a few people today are probably not very happy with Brooks.....

1. Cameron, if not then def Mrs Cameron.
2. Murdochs, been seen yet again for the bullies that they really are.
3. McCanns, because they tried to get the public to believe it was them that put the pressure on Government.
4. Jeremy Hunt!!!

Brooks performance yesterday makes me believe that she is looking after No.1, The McCanns are on their own now, if not she wouldn't have dropped that little nugget in yesterday IMO




David LOL Cameron..

Cameron (call me Mr LOL)

Hilarious!


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Post  wjk on Sat 12 May - 16:53

Lillyofthevalley wrote:Well after yesterday and Brooks informing us that it was her putting pressure on David LOL Cameron to get the McCanns case reviewed I now think that things could turn nasty either for Brooks or the McCanns and I have a feeling it could be the latter, I really don't thing that Cameron (call me Mr LOL) or Scotland Yard can afford to be seen as been bullied or told what to do by Brooks......imo quite a few people today are probably not very happy with Brooks.....

1. Cameron, if not then def Mrs Cameron.
2. Murdochs, been seen yet again for the bullies that they really are.
3. McCanns, because they tried to get the public to believe it was them that put the pressure on Government.
4. Jeremy Hunt!!!

Brooks performance yesterday makes me believe that she is looking after No.1, The McCanns are on their own now, if not she wouldn't have dropped that little nugget in yesterday IMO



Spot on Lilly. I think she will throw anyone under the bus, if she has too imo

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 12 May - 16:55

wjk wrote:
Lillyofthevalley wrote:Well after yesterday and Brooks informing us that it was her putting pressure on David LOL Cameron to get the McCanns case reviewed I now think that things could turn nasty either for Brooks or the McCanns and I have a feeling it could be the latter, I really don't thing that Cameron (call me Mr LOL) or Scotland Yard can afford to be seen as been bullied or told what to do by Brooks......imo quite a few people today are probably not very happy with Brooks.....

1. Cameron, if not then def Mrs Cameron.
2. Murdochs, been seen yet again for the bullies that they really are.
3. McCanns, because they tried to get the public to believe it was them that put the pressure on Government.
4. Jeremy Hunt!!!

Brooks performance yesterday makes me believe that she is looking after No.1, The McCanns are on their own now, if not she wouldn't have dropped that little nugget in yesterday IMO



Spot on Lilly. I think she will throw anyone under the bus, if she has too imo

If she goes down, she'll take a few others with her.

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Post  tigger on Sat 12 May - 17:20

Isn't RB about to become a mother? I think she's in the middle of adopting. Frightening thought.

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Post  wjk on Sat 12 May - 17:25

tigger wrote:Isn't RB about to become a mother? I think she's in the middle of adopting. Frightening thought.
She had a daughter through a surrogate in January, tigger.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/mediatechnologyandtelecoms/media/9039852/Rebekah-Brooks-overjoyed-at-becoming-mother-to-baby-girl.html

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