2 May 2009

English Intimidate Judiciary Police

The Leicestershire Police website promoting 
the Find Madeleine fund & shop site

The Superintendent Stuart Prior, the English police inspector who made the liaison with the Portuguese authorities in the Maddie case, has contacted the PJ to express his annoyance at the suspicions of paedophilia raised about a friend of the McCanns, David Payne. [read the official statements here 'David Payne May Hold the Key to Maddie's Mystery'] The British doctor was part of the group staying in Praia da Luz, at the time of Maddie's disappearance from the apartment where she slept in the tourist resort in the Algarve.

The informal phone calls of this senior officer - who was accused at the time of protecting Kate and Gerry McCann - are interpreted by Judiciary Police sources as "an attempt of intimidation to stop future endeavours."

The CM established that Stuart Prior, the head of the Leicestershire Police Constabulary (area where the McCanns live), called the PJ, giving an account of the couple's 'nuisance' regarding the suspicions over David Payne raised by Gonçalo Amaral. The former coordinator of the PJ in Portimão questioned the lack of explanations regarding 'the bath given to the children on the day Maddie disappeared'.

Amaral, who was removed from coordinating the case precisely because he accused the English police of taking sides with Gerry and Kate, believes that 'promiscuity continues between the couple and the British authorities'. According to the former police inspector 'only very influential people can send send messages through the police'.

The parents gave an interview to the famous TV presenter in the U.S. Oprah Winfrey, which will be broadcast Monday.


Details

To Reopen the Case

Gonçalo Amaral, together with other Portuguese and foreign former police inspectors, is examining evidences left behind after his departure 'to discover the truth and to make possible the reopening of the case'.

Keeping the Mystery

The researcher Madalena Oliveira, from the University of Minho, has no doubts that 'a strong public relations machine around the parents' was set in motion.

Fired this month

The 21 Ocean Club employees who were dismissed, cease to work this month. Indemnifications only in August.


Source: Correio da Manhã


11 comments:

  1. "the English police inspector who made the liaison with the Portuguese authorities in the Maddie case, has contacted the PJ to express his annoyance at the suspicions of paedophilia raised about a friend of the McCanns, David Payne"

    Fine! why dont they clear up any possible suspicion then?why payne does not come forward? are they going to sue the PJ?
    This is getting nastier and nastier.Is the portuguese govrt going to do something about this and defends his police force???
    BASTA YA!

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  2. "The Leicestershire Police website promoting
    the Find Madeleine fund & shop site"

    Is that legal ?

    Never mind non existend ethics of Leicestershire police.

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  3. Yeah, the masonic network is that way. Different people in different posts with no apparent conection among them....but, when one of them receives an order, he acomplishes it.

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  4. So, instead of getting Carter-Ruck onto these 'rumours' about David Payne, (something they've never shied away from before) Team McCann's friend Stu steps in to turn the screws?

    That sounds like confirmation to me!

    As for the direct link from Leicestershire police official website, to the McCanns' private company: Many of us have emailed, written letters and phoned both the LP and Home Office questioning (and protesting)this unethical and immoral (if not downright illegal!) endorsement. Very few replies have been received and the link remained. It still remains today, just as it did throughout the period when the McCanns were arguidos, at which time it publicised Metado3's phone number with requests for anyone with information to contact these private dicks.

    It appears that Leicestershire Police are up to their necks in a despicable cover-up. Incidentally (but I doubt coincidentally!) the Chief Constable of Leicestershire, Matt Baggott was awarded a CBE in Gordon Brown's 2008 New Years Honour's list!

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  5. How many other cases of missing children does the L.Constabulary have pending in their hands? Do they also get this kind of VIP treatment? I would guess not...

    "...to express his annoyance at the suspicions of paedophilia raised about a friend of the McCanns, David Payne"

    "called the PJ, giving an account of the couple's 'nuisance' regarding the suspicions over David Payne raised by Gonçalo Amaral."

    And were's Mr. Payne on all this? Why is he so silent, hidding away?
    Why does he not defend himself? Why does he not take action against whoever is defaming him?
    He's he such a wimp that he has to hidde behind his mates and the Leicester police and rely on them to send veiled threats to Portugal?
    What are their high profile and highly payed lawyers for?

    The portuguese governm. will do nothing about this! They did not do it when the investigation was ruined by the british politicians and the PJ insulted, why would they act now?

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  6. o casaleco está perturbado e o prior
    de leicestershire também,já que a lista dos paidos de uk foi guardada.Então,pensam eles,como vieram a saber dos paidos comportamentos do paidos payne? Que saberão ELES? Vamos mas é fazer uma chamadita telefónica de modo a termos os dados de PJ.
    +++++++

    Tal foi a pressa,tal foi o medo.Tal é o medo,melhor dito. Saltaram em defesa do paidos,não vá GENTE INTELIGENTE descobrir o que não querem.

    estão aborrecidos? coitaditos.
    Embrulhem-se e isso passa.Nada como os vossos embrulhanços para esquecerem tudo.TUDO? unh.....

    GUILTY, GUILTY, GUILTY, GUILTY,

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  7. "Amaral, who was removed from coordinating the case precisely because he accused the English police of taking sides with Gerry and Kate, believes that 'promiscuity continues between the couple and the British authorities'. According to the former police inspector 'only very influential people can send send messages through the police'."

    Mr. Amaral paid the price for telling the truth, and NO ONE, either from the government, or from the PJ had the guts to defend him! The person that now has received those "messages" from Stuart Prior should make a formal complaint to the A.G.(P.G.R.) and who knows, maybe ask for a meeting with Cavaco Silva...

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  8. If the McCanns are so annoyed by the allegations, why don't they advise their mate Payne to take legal action against whoever is accusing him? They do have plenty of lawyers to assist them on this...
    Why send "threats" via the Leicester police?
    And why do we not hear from Mr. Payne himself? Is he less annoyed than the Mccanns? Are they more concerned about his reputation than himself?

    I hope that those phone calls were taped by the PJ ( no matter if they cannot legaly be used in the future), and that one of these days they will find their way into the TVI evening news, like another very interesting tape did...

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  9. ..."are interpreted by Judiciary Police sources as "an attempt of intimidation to stop future endeavours."

    And, may I ask, what will they do about it? Will they lower their heads, turn a blind eye, do as they're told, crawl under a rock?

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  10. Wimps is the word.

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  11. " 'only very influential people can send send messages through the police'."

    Elegantly sated, and telling: Using influence to hide. Using the Leicester police as an instrument to stall investigations of another police force. Oh dear, and it goes by almost unnoticed.

    I'd like to find out more about this man Payne, and his involvement, then. So should any policeman.

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