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Operation Grange: Madeleine McCann a potential Murder Enquiry.

Post  Panda on Sat 21 Jul - 14:52



Another one of my "saved" items. LOL.....interesting




Operation Grange: Madeleine McCann Ė A Potential Murder Enquiry

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I recently learned from a trusted police source that the Metropolitan Police had officially taken up the Madeleine McCann investigation in London. This new line of enquiry is called Operation Grange.

Today I phoned the Metropolitan Police to ask about their taking over from Leicestershire Constabulary and had this interesting telephone conversation.


SM: Hello, Iíd like to speak to someone in connection with Operation Grange please.

Police: Iím not aware of that OperationÖjust give me one second.

A minute later the operator returned and gave me another phone number to call.


SM: Hello, Iím just calling to ask a few questions about Operation Grange.

Police: Whatís the name of that operation again?

SM: Operation Grange.

Police: Ok, what was that?

SM: Itís the Madeleine McCann disappearance.

Police: Oh, alright ok, fine, yeah, we donít usually use operation names here, what do you need to know?

SM: There doesnít seem to be anything in the public domain so when did the operation start and whatís the scope of the operation? I just wondered if you can give me some background on Operation Grange.

Police: We havenít very much talked to the media about the case at all. What weíve said is weíre providing expertise to the investigators of the case. The Portuguese Authorities, the Portuguese Police retain lead. Weíve not made any suggestion that theyíre not capable of investigating but we are assisting them and we have not given any details on it. Itís unusual for us to do that as itís abroad and another police force is taking the lead on it.

SM: Is there any reason why the Met took over from Leicestershire Constabulary?

Police: Iím not sure we said anything about it at the time Ė for various reasons. We canít be seen to criticize any other force. On the 12th of May the Home Office requested that the Metropolitan Police service bring their expertise to the case and on that evening we said that we would.

SM: And is this a full time operation and what size team is working on it?

Police: As I said we wouldnít provide a running commentary but at the very beginning we said there were 30 officers who would be deployed, er, not continually but various tasks along with workload they have on other cases, er, but we have deployed 30 officers.

SM: In a normal case in Britain itís not unusual for the police to give an ongoing commentary as to how itís progressing so whatÖ

Police: ÖIíve only worked here 11 years but I would say itís not common. We give information whilst itís appropriate to produce but whilst thereís an investigation going on and where itís potentially murder, we say very little, we say very little. You read a lot in the press but that doesnít come from us. We deal with about 250 murders a year and all of them are dealt with in exactly the same way in terms of how we deal with the media.

I also discussed the fact that all FOI requests made to Leicestershire Constabulary under Operation Task were coming back with a blanket ďno commentĒ and a wall of silence. The police officer I spoke to at the Met told me to put in FOI requests to them and do not assume that they would treat them the same [as Leicestershire Constabulary].

For anyone wishing to put in new FOI requests under Operation Grange, email them at: SCDFOIArequests@met.pnn.police.uk

I have to say that it was reasonably reassuring to hear that the Metropolitan Police are treating the case as ďpotential murderĒ instead of the McCannsí nonsensical talk of abduction.

It is probably premature to expect miracles but for the first time in a British Police force we can just about hear the cops singing in tune with Goncalo Amaral.




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Re: Operation Grange: Madeleine McCann a potential Murder Enquiry.

Post  margaret on Sat 21 Jul - 19:47


SM: Is there any reason why the Met took over from Leicestershire Constabulary?

Police: Iím not sure we said anything about it at the time Ė for various reasons. We canít be seen to criticize any other force.


SM: In a normal case in Britain itís not unusual for the police to give an ongoing commentary as to how itís progressing so whatÖ

Police: ÖIíve only worked here 11 years but I would say itís not common. We give information whilst itís appropriate to produce but whilst thereís an investigation going on and where itís potentially murder, we say very little, we say very little.

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Two good slips of the tongue there, why would he instantly mention not criticising leics police, and secondly potential murder...

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