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So, Gerry&Kate, it seems the notoriously unreliable DOGS do actually work.

Post  jeanmonroe on Tue 14 May - 12:12

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/tia-sharp-trial-police-apologise-1887859

"Later, a search dog was brought to the house in New Addington, south London, and INDICATED that there WAS something above one of the bedrooms, but the animal was too large to take into the loft.
On 10 August a detective noticed the smell of decomposition in the house, which Christine mistakenly thought was CAT FAECES.

ANOTHER (different) dog also INDICATED that something might be in the loft of the house and Tia’s body was then found."

So, not only can the notoriously unreliable 'specialist cadaver' dogs INDICATE where a dead body might be, or might have been, but they are so intelligent they can tell the difference between a dead body and cat POO!

(perhaps they CAN (and DID, imo) indicate the difference between a dead body and 'soiled' nappies),.........

'ASK THE MCCANNS' Sandra!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2324061/Tia-Sharp-Met-forced-apologise-family-FOUR-searches-failed-spot-body.html
"Despite four searches by police officers using sniffer dogs, it was not until a specialist dog was taken in, that Tia's remains were founds
On a fourth search of the house on August 8 a specially trained dog also signalled towards the ceiling under the loft.
A so-called ‘cadaver dog’, trained to detect the smell of decomposition, indicated that it was coming from the loft.
This time, after removing an overfilled bin bag, officers found Tia wrapped in a ‘body shaped package’ within three feet of the hatch."

So, Mr and Mrs McCann, perhaps it is YOU that should 'ASK THE DOGS' as to whose dead body scent they indicated at in your holiday apartment. After all, if it wasn't your daughters, then WHOSE (dead body scent) was it?

Surely you'd be desperate to want to know THAT? Wouldn't you?
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Interesting article.
http://content.met.police.uk/Article/Who-are-we-and-what-do-we-do/1400010412153/1400010412153

■Drugs, both hidden and being carried on a person in public.
■Cash, (banknotes).
■Explosives, of various types.
■Firearms.
■Human remains and blood.

COMPLETE WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY, ACCORDING TO THE MCCANNS!
COMPLETELY UNRELIABLE!

Loving the CASH (banknotes) bit!
Maybe these dogs can sniff out where all the money in the Madeleines private 'fund' has disappeared to!


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Post  wjk on Tue 14 May - 12:15

Yes, the fact they didn't find Tia's body was HUMAN error! Not the dogs!

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Post  mossman on Tue 14 May - 13:01

Is this an example of what happens when there are humans who do not believe or trust in the dogs ? Sounds very much to me like the handler interpreted the dogs alerts but the humans responsible for proving the dogs correct dropped the ball. Just because they did not fall over a body the dogs were wrong, in their minds. This is what comes from a lack of understanding about how these dogs work and not having true faith in their abilities.

Just because the dog could not get into the attic, why did the humans not get in there and stay there until they found proof of what the dogs said. Stupid excuse.

They were right again. Simple.

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Post  Guest on Tue 14 May - 13:03

Cue the "coconuts".

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Post  kitti on Tue 14 May - 14:29

I don't think the dogs had a proper handler.


One off the young police officers didn't read the signs the dog was making.

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