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Re: Scotland Yard takes over the enquiry

Post  margaret on Thu 20 Jun - 14:39

@Not Born Yesterday wrote:
 
This dreadful article uses the words "rightly eliminated" - quoting an unnamed "authoritative source".

I wonder who that could be....

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Re: Scotland Yard takes over the enquiry

Post  Panda on Thu 20 Jun - 15:53

@malena stool wrote:I agree with what you say Panda, but there is a world of difference between the sort of 'Jail Time' the likes of Brooks and Co could do and that which you or I would do. Hulme for instance spent just a few weeks in a 'prison' with more facilities and comforts available to him than perhaps the average person has in their own home.

Hi malena, it wasn't Hulme, this was a few years ago and he spent quite a while in clink.....was it Jonathon Aitken?

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Re: Scotland Yard takes over the enquiry

Post  margaret on Thu 20 Jun - 16:36

Hi panda, :hi:there's been Jeffrey archer, Jonathan Aitken, Chris Huhne, Jim Devine and Elliot Morley to name but a few.

I thought neil Hamilton was another but a quick google says not.

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Re: Scotland Yard takes over the enquiry

Post  Panda on Thu 20 Jun - 16:52

@margaret wrote:Hi panda, :hi:there's been Jeffrey archer, Jonathan Aitken, Chris Huhne, Jim Devine and Elliot Morley to name but a few.

I thought neil Hamilton was another but a quick google says not.


Thanks margaret, it was Jonathon Aitken, he was a politician , he spent quite a long time in jail but I can't remember what the crime was.

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Thu 20 Jun - 16:58

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Aitken

Just for you, Panda.

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Re: Scotland Yard takes over the enquiry

Post  Panda on Thu 20 Jun - 17:30

@Not Born Yesterday wrote:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jonathan_Aitken

Just for you, Panda.


Your'e so kind x  I remember he had a sister who was an Actress. Obviously , the term in Prison changed him because he has turned to religion , maybe that't what some of our MP's need. Especially the MOD for making 5,000 soldiers redundant.

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Re: Scotland Yard takes over the enquiry

Post  maive on Sun 23 Jun - 1:30

Sorry if this has already been posted
 
I have never seen this comment from the McCanns before....
 
 
http://www.thisisleicestershire.co.uk/Madeleine-McCann-Leads-discussed/story-19360136-detail/story.html#axzz2WziTxUt7
 
 
Madeleine McCann: Leads discussed

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Government lawyers have met their counterparts in Portugal to discuss new leads in the case of Madeleine McCann.
London's chief crown prosecutor, Alison Saunders, and her deputy, Jenny Hopkins, flew to Portugal with Scotland Yard detectives in connection with the force's review of the case.
 


  1. Missing: Madeleine McCann vanished in 2007



Madeleine, who was then nearly four, disappeared from her family's holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Algarve, on May 3, 2007.
She vanished as her parents Kate and Gerry, of Rothley, dined at a nearby tapas restaurant with friends.
 

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A Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) spokesman said: "Prosecutors from CPS London, and investigators from the Metropolitan Police Service visited their Portuguese counterparts on April 17 and 18 to discuss possible next steps in relation to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann."
Operation Grange, conducted by Scotland Yard's Homicide and Serious Crime Command, was launched in May 2011.
Last month, Detective Chief Superintendent Hamish Campbell said the review had identified ''both investigative and forensic opportunities" and had identified "more than a handful of people of interest".
As they marked the sixth anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance last month, Mr and Mrs McCann said they were encouraged by Operation Grange.
They said police seemed "more determined than ever".
 
 
Read more: http://www.thisisleicestershire.co.uk/Madeleine-McCann-Leads-discussed/story-19360136-detail/story.html#ixzz2Wzj4MS6k
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Re: Scotland Yard takes over the enquiry

Post  kathybelle on Sun 23 Jun - 6:49

In my opinion, whatever is happening within the review/investigation, should remain confidential, until a case is built where people are brought to justice, or the case is permanently closed.


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Re: Scotland Yard takes over the enquiry

Post  cass on Sun 23 Jun - 9:24

@kathybelle wrote:In my opinion, whatever is happening within the review/investigation, should remain confidential, until a case is built where people are brought to justice, or the case is permanently closed.

i agree kathy - ive read a book about the wests - also about karen mathews - and both could have got off with what the papers printed and what witnesses said -- tbh i am still hopeful in a way that is why the tapas and others are quiet and remain tight lipped

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