Looking Back on the McCann Case: British Ambassador John Buck and Algarve Consul Bill Henderson
British Ambassador John Buck and Algarve Consul Bill Henderson media conference extract, May 4 2007 - for future memory on the McCann affair via Murdoch's SkyNews Video archives
Freedom of Information Act on John Buck, The British Ambassador in 2007 at the time of Madeleine McCann disappearance.
«FCO added that, at the time of the internal review (December 2007), the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann had been ongoing and that, for legal reasons, it had not been possible to disclose further information then.
FCO told the Commissioner that, although the Portuguese authorities had released many documents about the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, sensitivities remained and FCO believed that the section 27(1)(a)* exemption still applied. If FCO were to disclose all the details about HM Ambassador’s contact with the Portuguese police they would risk damaging the relationship on which good inter-governmental co-operation was based.»
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