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Post  Wintabells on Sun 16 Jun - 20:00

http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.co.uk/

Sunday, 16 June 2013And more


How it all began: "Mummy, mummy, it's dark and I'm scared…Mummy…Mummy?"

On the surface the latest story appears to be a complete invention since nowhere is the headline "UK police to take over" backed up by any recorded statement, official or otherwise: the supposed confirmatory quotations are fake, that is they do not relate to the "take over" story but are stock quotations from the past to turn an organized leak into a news item.

Nevertheless we believe that the story is basically true and will be confirmed. It was clearly released to multiple media outlets simultaneously, together with an embargo on giving the exact source but a verbal assurance that it represented the true situation. Who by – Yard or Home Office? They're not saying. If the story is untrue, or a power play, then one of the two will issue a formal rebuttal. Neither of them have done so yet, which implies the decision is indeed joint and agreed. Whether a potential leak prematurely prompted the release of information – as Amaral's comments did in April 2012 – or whether it is the outcome of the discussions about the review's future that we forecast in January, is immaterial, as is the possibility that it is a "flyer" in Whitehall terms: release the principle unofficially and see if the treasury or MPs object and then put the nuts and bolts together in peace.

The Bureau's apparently lone belief that it is a masterstroke, intentional or accidental, which means that British persons of interest cannot evade questioning by refusing to return to Portugal is, if anything, stronger after reflection than it was before. Readers should note that if the change is confirmed and the UK police question UK citizens, then for the first time since May 3 2007, the case becomes subject to UK contempt of court laws: that means potential limits on what twitter and UK forums and, much more importantly, on spokesmen, or "crooked, lying, contemptible shits" as they are sometimes known, can say. Note how Max Clifford, the biggest mouth around, has had to behave since his member he was put on police bail: any spin and he is in contempt of court.

Indeed anything which offers the prospect of staunching the discharges from Mitchell's orifice, together with a ban on his multi-gendered and psychologically disturbing identity role-playing – "pal", "friend", "source" "family friend" "crooked lying contemptible shit" – eerily reminiscent of the latest mad Wallender suspect who strips to his undies and indulges in face-painted masturbatory droolings ahead of his next crime, should be welcomed for that service alone.

Equally, when the various British paedophiles and toddler snatchers identified by the Yard – the Ink Blots as we believe they are known—are called in for questioning they will be uneasily aware that lawyers for a couple of previous arguidos, or "persons of complete innocence" as Gerry McCann's Portuguese phrase book translates the term, went for a "use the public via the media to avoid extradition" defence. That won't be much of a help here, will it? Oh, and Panorama programs made to expunge a belief in the essential innocence and goodness of stealing toddlers to order will be banned as well.

Lastly it's good to know that the far-sighted Leicester police refused to allow access to their Madeleine files in 2008 and 2009, despite prolonged attempts to get at them by persons of complete innocence. Just imagine if they had somehow fallen into the hands of all those Hewitts and other paedophile filth pin-pointed by the Yard! Why, knowing all the evidence and the operational weaknesses in the case against them might well have enabled monsters to escape, mightn't it? As Kate McCann said in her book, if memory serves us, "Well done chief constable!"


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Re: Blacksmith - 'and more'

Post  Wintabells on Sun 16 Jun - 20:04

Interesting times ahead, I think.

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Post  tanszi on Sun 16 Jun - 22:21

gosh I so hope so.

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Post  SteveT on Sun 16 Jun - 22:30

I'm optimistic that things are starting to happen. Can't wait until people are asked back for interviews!

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Re: Blacksmith - 'and more'

Post  Lillyofthevalley on Mon 17 Jun - 9:00

BS is so confusing with his posts,  one minute they're very negative, the next one positive....imo I think he just edges his bets, covers all corners.

This one is one of his positive ones :)

Unlike the one from Thursday?

http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.co.uk/


Click on the "older posts" to Thursday :(

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