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« Reply #720 on: September 01, 2014, 09:29:22 PM »

Secret Madeleine McCann report finds competing British forces hampered inquiry

Police chiefs fighting to be seen to be helping in the search for Madeleine McCann alienated Portuguese authorities and had a long-term impact on the investigation, report finds
9/1/14


British police forces competing to been seen to be helping find Madeleine McCann hampered the investigation and has had a long term negative effect, a secret Home Office report found.


The unpublished report by Jim Gamble, former head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), found that so many UK agencies got involved it damaged relations with Portuguese police.


The report, commissioned by former Home Secretary Alan Johnson in 2009, was delivered in 2010 and led to the Metropolitan Police reopening the investigation into Madeleine's disappearance, but was never released.


For the first time details have been briefed to Sky News, revealing that Mr Gamble criticised the Association of Chief Police Officers decision to put Leicestershire Police in charge of the operation because the McCanns lives in the county, despite the fact the force was ill-equipped to deal with such a big investigation.


Mr Gamble said that within weeks of Madeleine going missing in May 2007 the Portuguese were given advice by CEOP, the Metropolitan Police, the Serious Organised Crime Agency and the National Police Improvement Agency.

The Crimestoppers charity published its own appeal hotline and different Government ministers – No 10, the Home Office and the Foreign Office – were demanding briefings from the various agencies.

Mr Gamble said: “All of us, including myself at CEOP at the time, your first gut reaction is you want to help, a child has gone missing … so everyone came with best intention, that created a sense of chaos and a sense of competition, people putting their hand up and wanting to help and in many instances in my opinion wanting to be seen to help.

“If we look at it honestly there were some in leadership roles who wanted to represent their organisation to be seen to take a lead role and be seen to provide critical input in this and that made it difficult for a small, regional force like Leicestershire.
The Crimestoppers charity published its own appeal hotline and different Government ministers – No 10, the Home Office and the Foreign Office – were demanding briefings from the various agencies.

Mr Gamble said: “All of us, including myself at CEOP at the time, your first gut reaction is you want to help, a child has gone missing … so everyone came with best intention, that created a sense of chaos and a sense of competition, people putting their hand up and wanting to help and in many instances in my opinion wanting to be seen to help.

“If we look at it honestly there were some in leadership roles who wanted to represent their organisation to be seen to take a lead role and be seen to provide critical input in this and that made it difficult for a small, regional force like Leicestershire.
The Crimestoppers charity published its own appeal hotline and different Government ministers – No 10, the Home Office and the Foreign Office – were demanding briefings from the various agencies.

Mr Gamble said: “All of us, including myself at CEOP at the time, your first gut reaction is you want to help, a child has gone missing … so everyone came with best intention, that created a sense of chaos and a sense of competition, people putting their hand up and wanting to help and in many instances in my opinion wanting to be seen to help.

“If we look at it honestly there were some in leadership roles who wanted to represent their organisation to be seen to take a lead role and be seen to provide critical input in this and that made it difficult for a small, regional force like Leicestershire. The Crimestoppers charity published its own appeal hotline and different Government ministers – No 10, the Home Office and the Foreign Office – were demanding briefings from the various agencies.

Mr Gamble said: “All of us, including myself at CEOP at the time, your first gut reaction is you want to help, a child has gone missing … so everyone came with best intention, that created a sense of chaos and a sense of competition, people putting their hand up and wanting to help and in many instances in my opinion wanting to be seen to help.

“If we look at it honestly there were some in leadership roles who wanted to represent their organisation to be seen to take a lead role and be seen to provide critical input in this and that made it difficult for a small, regional force like Leicestershire.    
 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/madeleinemccann/11068928/Secret-Madeleine-McCann-report-finds-competing-British-forces-hampered-inquiry.html






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« Reply #721 on: October 06, 2014, 09:47:47 AM »

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2014/oct/05/body-found-brenda-leyland-madeleine-mccann-trolling-claims
Body found in hotel room thought to be of woman accused of McCann trolling
Brenda Leyland was confronted by TV reporter over claims she sent abuse on Twitter about Madeleine McCann’s disappearance
October 5, 2014

A body, believed to be that of a woman accused of trolling the family of missing schoolgirl Madeleine McCann online, was found in a hotel room in Leicester on Saturday, police have said.

Brenda Leyland, 63, was confronted by a television news reporter over the claim that she used Twitter to post a series of comments attacking the McCanns , whose daughter disappeared in Portugal in 2007.

She was said to have left her home after the exchange last week about the claims. But no direct link can be made between the incident and her death, which officers said was not being treated as suspicious.
 
n a report aired on Sky News last Wednesday, Ms Leyland was accused of being one of dozens of people to have aimed online attacks at Kate and Gerry McCann. She was confronted as she was getting into her car by Sky News’ crime correspondent Martin Brunt, who asked her why she had done so.

Initially reluctant to answer, she eventually responded with “I’m entitled to”. It was claimed she used her Twitter account – using the alias “sweepyface” – to send abuse to the family.

When she was told that a file of evidence had been passed to the police, she said: “That’s fair enough.”

Later, Leyland invited the reporter into her home and, off-camera, explained that she “had questions for the McCanns” but “hoped she hadn’t broken the law” in her online posts.

In the Sky report, she was said not to be the worst of the alleged online abusers.

The next day, neighbours said they believed she had fled the small village in rural Leicestershire, where she has lived for nearly 15 years.

A neighbour, who asked to remain anonymous, told the Leicester Mercury: “Somebody took a photo of [Ms Leyland] on Thursday afternoon and then she was gone. I haven’t seen her since.” Others said they feared for her safety after it became apparent she had fled.

According to Sky News, the Metropolitan police said it was investigating claims of online abuse sent to the McCanns.

The force wrote to those accused of sending the messages: “in consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service and the McCann family, the material will now be assessed and decisions made” as to what further action if any should be undertaken.”

A Leicestershire police spokeswoman said: “Police were called at 1.42pm on Saturday 4 October to reports of a body of a woman in a hotel room in Smith Way, Grove Park.

“Officers have attended the scene and a file is being prepared for the coroner. Identification of the deceased is a matter for the coroner.

“The death is not being treated as suspicious.”
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« Reply #722 on: October 12, 2014, 08:45:32 PM »

I sure would not kill myself over being a troll. I would be horribly embarrassed, but I would not kill myself...There must be more to her story.
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« Reply #723 on: October 16, 2014, 03:01:30 PM »

http://metro.co.uk/2014/10/15/convicted-paedophile-to-be-extradited-to-uk-for-questioning-in-relation-to-madeleine-mccanns-dissapearance-4906541/
Convicted paedophile to be extradited to UK for questioning in connection to Madeleine McCann’s disappearance
October 15, 2014

A convicted British paedophile who is suspected to have been involved in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has been arrested in Malta.

Roderick McDonald, who was convicted in 2012 of abusing two girls, has been on the run for two years but will be extradited to the UK after his arrest.

The Metropolitan police are expected to question him as it is believed he was living in Algarve, Portugal in 2007, around the same time Maddie went missing while the McCanns were on their family holiday.

The 79-year-old paedophile also raped a girl, eight, in Australia while he was living there.

 

‘What’s to say he wasn’t involved in Madeleine’s disappearance? He could have taken her on a boat,’ the mother told The Mirror.

McDonald, who was previously known as Roderick William Robinson, is also wanted by Australian police for breaking the conditions of his bail after being released for indecent assault on a girl by changing his name and fleeing the country via Thailand.

He reportedly agreed to be extradited and is being kept in custody until he is transported to Britain.
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« Reply #724 on: November 11, 2014, 09:41:51 AM »

Please notice, this article indicates "sources", but the sources aren't named. 


http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/madeleine-mccann-investigators-set-question-11-sources-n245801
Madeleine McCann Investigators Set to Question 11: Sources
November 11, 2014

British and Portuguese police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann are set to question 11 people, sources close to the case told NBC News. The grilling will begin on Nov. 24, after British police receive permission to sit in on interrogations about the three-year-old who went missing from a hotel room in Portugal in 2007.

Eleven people, including several Britons, will ultimately be brought in, the sources said. Seven of them will be designated "arguidos" — a Portuguese legal term that gives them different rights than ordinary witnesses but does not mean they will be charged with any crime. Some of the people questioned about the case in July were given the same status. The missing girl's parents, Kate and Gerry, were initially treated as "arguidos" after she vanished from the resort in Praia da Luz, but the status was lifted in July 2008. A new probe was opened last year.
 
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« Reply #725 on: March 13, 2015, 04:48:34 PM »

3/13/15

Madeleine McCann's parents new hope after father reunited with missing daughter

The girl - named as Zephany - was snatched from her mother’s bedside in a Cape Town hospital at just three days old

A father reunited with his kidnapped daughter after 17 years in South Africa has sent a message to the parents of missing Madeline McCann parents telling them never to give up hope.

The girl - named as Zephany - was snatched from her mother’s bedside in a Cape Town hospital at just three days old.

But her father, Morne Nurse, told how they had never given up hope their daughter was alive, and researched the case of missing Madeleine, who vanished from her parents’ holiday villa in Portugal’s Praia da Luz, a few days short of her fourth birthday in 2007.

Mr Nurse said in Cape Town: “I’m trying to get a hold of (Maddie’s) mother. What we want to tell them is, never give up.” “

The girl’s biological mother, Celeste Nurse, said: “All they have to do is just believe and pray and have hope.”   

http://www.belfastlive.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/madeleine-mccanns-parents-new-hope-8823328



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« Reply #726 on: March 30, 2015, 07:00:05 PM »

Hi Toler...
Thought of u when I heard about this story and of course Madeleine who is ever alive in my heart and thoughts. Thanks for updating her case for us.
Hope u are doing ok....
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« Reply #727 on: April 02, 2015, 11:25:46 AM »

3/13/15

Madeleine McCann's parents new hope after father reunited with missing daughter

The girl - named as Zephany - was snatched from her mother’s bedside in a Cape Town hospital at just three days old

A father reunited with his kidnapped daughter after 17 years in South Africa has sent a message to the parents of missing Madeline McCann parents telling them never to give up hope.

The girl - named as Zephany - was snatched from her mother’s bedside in a Cape Town hospital at just three days old.

But her father, Morne Nurse, told how they had never given up hope their daughter was alive, and researched the case of missing Madeleine, who vanished from her parents’ holiday villa in Portugal’s Praia da Luz, a few days short of her fourth birthday in 2007.

Mr Nurse said in Cape Town: “I’m trying to get a hold of (Maddie’s) mother. What we want to tell them is, never give up.” “

The girl’s biological mother, Celeste Nurse, said: “All they have to do is just believe and pray and have hope.”   

http://www.belfastlive.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/madeleine-mccanns-parents-new-hope-8823328





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« Reply #728 on: April 28, 2015, 02:44:50 PM »

4/28/15

Parents of Madeleine McCann WIN libel trial against Portuguese detective who is ordered to pay the couple £360,000
Goncalo Amaral claimed in book couple were involved in disappearance
McCanns told court they were left 'devastated and crushed' by allegations
The couple also accuse Amaral of hampering the search for their daughter



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A former Portuguese detective was today ordered to pay nearly £360,000 to Kate and Gerry McCann after a long-running libel trial.

Goncalo Amaral had been on trial over claims he made in a book and a documentary that the couple were involved in their daughter Madeleine's disappearance.

In a written verdict, a Lisbon court agreed that Amaral should pay Mr and Mrs McCann €250,000 (£179,000) each in damages and banned further sales of his book The Truth Of The Lie.

The couple's lawyer Isabel Duarte also revealed that Amaral had been told to pay interest which she said stood at present at €106,000 (£76,000). 


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« Reply #729 on: April 28, 2015, 11:09:24 PM »

The Parents of Missing Madeleine “Maddy” McCann Win Libel Case Against Former Portuguese Detective Goncalo Amaral, ‘The Truth of the Lie’

http://scaredmonkeys.com/2015/04/28/the-parents-of-missing-madeleine-maddy-mccann-win-libel-case-against-former-portuguese-detective-goncalo-amaral-the-truth-of-the-lie/



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Parents win libel case, but sadly Madeleine McCann still missing …

The parents of Madeleine McCann, Kate and Gerry McCann, have won their libel case against former Portuguese detective, Goncalo Amaral, who published a book alleging they were involved in their daughter’s disappearance. The book was entitled, ‘The Truth of the Lie’.  The McCann’s were seeking 1.2 million euros in damages from Amaral, who was part of the police investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance from a vacation home in Praia da Luz, Portugal in May 2007. However, received 500,00 euros,  but didn’t grant the other claims. The 52-page court ruling, handed down Monday, also prohibited the sale of Amaral’s 2008 book The Truth of the Lie. In his book, Amaral reportedly wrote that the McCann’s had hidden their daughter’s body and faked an abduction after she died in an accident.
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« Reply #730 on: April 30, 2015, 08:52:21 AM »

certainly provides some justice -- but where oh where is Maddy.
Prayers continue for this family.
 
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« Reply #731 on: May 02, 2015, 04:44:55 PM »

5/2/15

Madeleine Police Probe More Break-Ins
Detectives are following a new line of inquiry, ahead of the eighth anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance.


They had been investigating 18 break-ins in which intruders entered the bedrooms of young, mostly British girls.

Now they are probing 28 such burglaries, Sky News has learned.

Forensic evidence is being tested against findings from the apartment from where Madeleine vanished eight years ago.

The development in the Scotland Yard investigation is revealed by authors Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan in a new edition of their recent book Looking For Madeleine.

Summers said: "Our source told us that after stumbling across 18 burglaries last year, they have now discovered a total of 28 in the area of Praia da Luz in the years around 2007 when Madeleine disappeared.

"It gives them a much better chance of matching evidence against forensics from the McCann apartment.

"I was told there was great sensitivity around this forensic testing, nobody wants to discuss it, but they are making progress and believe the case is solvable."    

http://news.sky.com/story/1476413/madeleine-police-probe-more-break-ins 
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« Reply #732 on: May 13, 2015, 10:43:25 AM »

5/2/15

Madeleine Police Probe More Break-Ins
Detectives are following a new line of inquiry, ahead of the eighth anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance.


They had been investigating 18 break-ins in which intruders entered the bedrooms of young, mostly British girls.

Now they are probing 28 such burglaries, Sky News has learned.

Forensic evidence is being tested against findings from the apartment from where Madeleine vanished eight years ago.

The development in the Scotland Yard investigation is revealed by authors Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan in a new edition of their recent book Looking For Madeleine.

Summers said: "Our source told us that after stumbling across 18 burglaries last year, they have now discovered a total of 28 in the area of Praia da Luz in the years around 2007 when Madeleine disappeared.

"It gives them a much better chance of matching evidence against forensics from the McCann apartment.

"I was told there was great sensitivity around this forensic testing, nobody wants to discuss it, but they are making progress and believe the case is solvable."    

http://news.sky.com/story/1476413/madeleine-police-probe-more-break-ins 


thank you Toler for this update.

What a roller coaster this family has been on . . .

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« Reply #733 on: July 24, 2015, 12:18:39 PM »

Thx Toler...
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« Reply #734 on: July 28, 2015, 07:31:37 PM »

It would appear from reading the article below the chances of the remains found being those of Madeleine McCann are "highly unlikely". 



http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/07/28/search-for-madeleine-mccann-expands-to-australia/
Madeleine McCann search turns to Australia after discovery of unidentified remains
July 28, 2015

British investigators probing the 2007 disappearance of Madeleine McCann from a resort in Portugal have contacted Australian police about remains of a young girl found in a suitcase near a highway, London's Metropolitan Police Department confirmed to FoxNews.com Tuesday.

"We are aware of the discovery of the body and we have made contact with authorities in South Australia," a spokeswoman for Scotland Yard said Tuesday morning. Australian police, meanwhile, said a connection is "unlikely," although the girls' ages match and the dead girl's time of death lines up with McCann's disappearance.



The remains -- found with a distinctive homemade quilt -- were described by the South Australian Police Department as those of a "fair-haired" child, likely a Caucasian female and between 2 ½ and 4 years old. Based on an examination of the bones, Australian police determined the child was killed "some time since the start of 2007."
 
The remains were found July 15 near the Karoonda Highway -- just west of the Wynarka township in the Murray Mallee region of Australia. Police there have said the probability that the remains are McCann's is low, but have been in contact with British authorities.

"It is highly unlikely that the victim is Madeleine McCann," Detective Superintendent Des Bray of the South Australian Police said in a statement.

"At this time our inquiries will focus on where the evidence leads us in this investigation, and at this point that primary focus remains within Australia," Bray said, noting that 32 Australian children have so far been ruled out in the probe.

Australia police said they have received a "massive" response from the public, with more than 400 tips to date in connection with the remains. The bones were found along with a faded suitcase, items of clothing and a degraded quilt -- with 25 colorful octagonal patches that include images of pumpkins and musical notes.

The cause and manner of death have not yet been released. 
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« Reply #735 on: July 29, 2015, 08:35:38 AM »

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/madeleine-mccann-wasnt-murder-victim-found-suitcase-australia-cops-n400246?hootPostID=f05c9cf3b05e16dad8771eca672553f6

Madeleine McCann Wasn't Murder Victim Found in Suitcase: Australia Cops

 LONDON — Australian police have ruled out the possibility that a child's body found in a suitcase on the side of a highway is missing British girl Madeleine McCann.

The discovery of the body, which had potential similarities with the missing British girl, caused detectives in London investigating McCann's 2007 disappearance to contact their counterparts in Australia.
 
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« Reply #736 on: July 29, 2015, 12:41:25 PM »

http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/madeleine-mccann-wasnt-murder-victim-found-suitcase-australia-cops-n400246?hootPostID=f05c9cf3b05e16dad8771eca672553f6

Madeleine McCann Wasn't Murder Victim Found in Suitcase: Australia Cops

 LONDON — Australian police have ruled out the possibility that a child's body found in a suitcase on the side of a highway is missing British girl Madeleine McCann.

The discovery of the body, which had potential similarities with the missing British girl, caused detectives in London investigating McCann's 2007 disappearance to contact their counterparts in Australia.
 

Thank you Klaas.  I didn't think it would take long to either identify the child's remains as those of Madeleine or rule them out as hers.  This of course means a little girl is dead.     I hope she can be identified and the authorities can find the cause of her death and why her body was tossed like garbage alongside the road.  Hopefully, there will be some justice before long.

Although this wasn't Madeleine McCann, I hoped it might just bring her case back out.  We've not forgotten.   

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« Reply #737 on: November 01, 2015, 01:09:13 PM »

Madeleine McCann’s Parents Release Pumpkin Picture of Missing Daughter with Halloween Message … “We remain hopeful that she may still be found”

http://scaredmonkeys.com/2015/11/01/madeleine-mccanns-parents-release-pumpkin-picture-of-missing-daughter-with-halloween-message-we-remain-hopeful-that-she-may-still-be-found/



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The parents of missing Madeleine McCann have released a picture the other day of her dressed as a pumpkin with a special Halloween message, and urged people not to give up hope of finding her. The UK Mirror reported that last week, the Metropolitan Police cut the number of detectives working on her case from 29 to just four. However, her parents said they “remain hopeful” they will find her. That is all any parent can hang on to with a missing child is hope.
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« Reply #738 on: November 01, 2015, 01:10:14 PM »

Facebook: Official Find Madeleine Campaign

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« Reply #739 on: March 10, 2016, 09:04:31 AM »

Police Hunt Underway After Madeleine McCann ‘Spotted’ In Paraguay
Madeleine McCann who went missing in 2007 (PA)


A massive police operation, including officers from Interpol, is underway after it was claimed that missing British youngster Madeleine McCann has been ‘spotted’ in Paraguay.

The hunt for Madeleine, who disappeared in Portugal in 2007 while on holiday with her family and who would now be 12-years-old, is centered on the city of Aregua.

Police from four separate stations, intelligence officers and an anti-kidnapping division as well as Interpol are on the case.

They were alerted to Paraguay by Miraz Ullah Ali, a researcher, who claims he spotted Maddie in the South American country, according to local news.

‘My team and I received the information that Madeleine arrived in Paraguay a month or two ago and is living in Areguá in the custody of a woman,’ Ali told Color ABC.

A local senior police officer confirmed that a search was taking place for the youngster.

‘We are investigating neighbourhoods where there are foreign citizens, villas, condos, to see if there is someone with a similar description that corresponds to the newspaper clipping,’ said Commissioner Sanny Amarilla, according to The Sun.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/police-hunt-underway-after-madeleine-141218610.html
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