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McCanns: One Week!


One Week. The Public Prosecution Office is going to wait for one more week to know if it is possible to send a team of the Judiciary Police Investigators to England. The objective is to attend in loco [in the place] at the new interrogations that will be done to the seven friends with whom the McCanns had dinner with in the Tapas Bar on the night the child disappeared. It is the objective of the authorities to end this diligence, considered "basic", before the 14th of April, day in which ends the exceptional term granted by the judge Pedro Frias, holder of the process, for the conclusion of the process. However, the magistrate of the Public Prosecution Office who is in charge of the investigation, Magalhães e Menezes, can still request more 90 days to deduct [infer] an accusation.

Almost a year after having being apprehended, the seized goods were returned to the legitimate owners, Robert Murat and Sergey Malinka. Nothing was found on the computers, even in the deleted files which were thoroughly examined by experts. Not even documents with contents connected with the paedophilia, not even any videos with pornographic images, on the contrary of what was disclosed by the 24horas and other newspapers, which quoted sources connected with the investigation. As well the analyses done to the computers have in nothing contributed to the resolution of Maddie's mystery as nothing related to the disappearance of the British girl was found.

Source: 24 Horas
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4 comments:

  1. I’m confused I thought a date was already set. It appears to me that the stalling tactics will continue in the hope that April 14 will pass by and the case file will be will be made accessible to the McCanns. The Daily Mail once printed that the McCanns were going to personally show up in Portugal on April 11 to pressure the police to remove the arguido status. There are also rumours that this is the date that the PJ will remove the arguido status. With the influence and power these two have, this wouldn’t surprise me.

    Has Correio da Manha stopped writing about this case? Are they the McCann’s next target or are they just being prudent?

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  2. It sounds more like there is a certain hesitation about the PJ travelling to England on time (7th of April), to carry out the interrogatories, as specified in the rogatory letter and before the exceptionally extended term ends, but the investigators will travel to England in any case.

    From last week article (translated by Astro) in Jornal de Notícias:

    "The McCann couple will not be questioned again, when the investigators of Judiciary Police (PJ) travel to England, on the 7th of April, the foreseen date for the fulfilment of the diligences that were requested on the rogatory letter."
    http://tinyurl.com/37nm35

    About the Correio da Manhã, they keep reporting about the case, though they might be more careful as you say. Their latest article from 24th March: http://tinyurl.com/2ploym

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  3. Joana: my excuses. You know,I write and read in "portingLês":

    ....."It sounds more like there is a certain hesitation about the PJ travelling to England on time (7th of April), to carry out the interrogatories, as specified in the rogatory letter and before the exceptionally extended term ends, but the investigators will travel to England in any case.
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    Incredible any way!

    The draw is spectacular! great draw!It means all.....

    Poor litlle Mad die! No justice to HER?

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  4. A British joke:

    Like a joke:

    ...."Gordon Brown and Harriet Harman walked across a playing field, flanked by a policeman on one side and a policewoman with a bicycle on the other. "It looks like he is under arrest," quipped one onlooker. ......"

    http://www.independent.co.uk/
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    Abril: 7; 14; 21; 28 e

    MAIO!

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