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Moita Flores: “This is just another attempt to clean up the responsibility of this disaster”

The Tapas Nine
“This is just another attempt to clean up the responsibility of this disaster. Why this child, when there are so many others missing? The secret lies in that group of people and parents who are influential people in the British government”, said the criminologist Moita Flores.

Moita Flores has no doubt that this was a homicide: “It was impossible to pass that window with a child, Maddie died in that house.”

“With the 96,000 euros made available by the British government, they should do a reconstruction in Praia da Luz, which is the only way to solve the case,” said the former Judiciary Police inspector, Moita Flores.

in Exclusive to Flash, March 17, 2017

13 comments:

  1. In this story there's no "Portuguese police source", leak comes from usual suspects i.e. McCann proxy or Met Police. Any British journalist that has followed this case knows how hard it is to have a good rapport with the Portuguese police concerning this case, and get information from them. For Rothely's Tracey Kandohla (http://www.checkdirector.co.uk/director/tracey-kandohla/), a known McCann proxy and an unknown reporter, a Matthew Young, who has likely never set foot in Portugal to get the trust of Portuguese police sources would be the stuff of unicorns. The interesting bit on this story is that this new suspect is just more fluff, the suspect is apparently just a person of interest, alleged to be a former Ocean Club worker and that OP Grange, after six years is still going over the thorough work done by the Judiciary Police in 2007 in order to pin a patsy that may excuse those wasted £11.05 million.

    "Police are hunting for a worker from the resort where Madeleine McCann vanished who they believe has clues about her ­disappearance.

    The Portuguese man was at the Ocean Club in Praia Da Luz when the three-year-old was snatched in 2007.

    He gave a statement at the time but detectives fear he may have kept secrets.

    A local police source said: “British officers are very keen to question him.”

    The former resort worker being hunted by police on the Madeleine McCann case gave a ­witness statement two days after the girl vanished.

    But British officers trying to find the youngster fear he may have kept secrets from local detectives that could have led to a ­breakthrough in the case."

    in http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/madeleine-mccann-cops-hunt-worker-10013618

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  2. Just how long can they recycle old news for? Why does this case attract so much funding and publicity? Why so little cooperation from the parents and their friends? This seems to be a case of what and who you know :-(

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  3. I have followed comments on the Facebook threads and websites of various publications. It seems that even people who do not suspect Kate and Gerry McCann of any wrongdoing now consider that they are becoming a monumental bore, as well as a drain on public money.

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  4. "MATTHEW Wright claims the parents of missing children have been “short-changed” by the Government after it ploughed millions of pounds into looking for Madeleine McCann and only £2,500 on other missing children."

    (...) He said: “Three hundred children go missing and are not found again in the UK every year and on average the police expenditure on each child that isn’t found is £2,500.

    “Other missing kids’ parents have been short changed by us, the Government, the police. (...) “The search continues and more threats of writs from the McCann parents.

    “I think there was even some talk about them taking action again Karen Matthews.

    “That seems to me like the last thing people should focus on when their child is missing.”

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/3076082/matthew-wright-claims-parents-of-missing-children-have-been-short-changed-compared-to-kate-and-gerry-mccann/#comments

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  5. Also, from a tacky morning talk show: 'Enough is enough' - but the search for Madeleine McCann continues http://www.itv.com/goodmorningbritain/news/madeleine-mccann-search-continues-piers-morgan-sue-hill

    On the very biased Dr. Graham Hill, his connection to known McCann supporter former CEOP's Jim Gamble and his limited role on the "investigation", which was mainly to promote the abduction thesis without any solid evidence http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Nigel/id354.htm

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  6. In my humble opinion, the on-going reputation management (maestro: Mickey Mouse Mitchell) ultimately boils down to the possibility that there is still some hope, in some PR quarters (you know which) that by keeping the "crucified image of the poor suffering parents" in the public's eye, might somehow have a dry-cleaning effect on the all shebang - and of course a minimal hope that the Portuguese Supreme Court judges might be moved by what the tabloids say or for that matter what the public opinion might be. Ultimately, as Donald "Duck" would say, it's all "fake news"!

    Interesting to note, that Scotland Yard - who got involved in this mess thanks to Rebekah Brooks, David Cameron and The Chipping Norton Set - is now saying it will wrap up the case in September - assuming they fail to frame the Portuguese patsy they are targeting but it is most unlikely the post-Brexit Portuguese authorities will be that subservient.

    IMO It's all vaguely reminiscent of "Operation Mincemeat" ...

    References:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chipping_Norton_set
    https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2011/may/13/madeleine-mccann-case-pm-police
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Mincemeat

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  7. Thank you, Joana. Your translations are very much appreciated when the UK newspapers are printing rubbish.

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  8. "Everyone, including parents Gerry and Kate, should have been suspects when Operation Grange was opened following a 2011 request by now British Prime Minister Theresa May, Brown said.

    "They spent a tremendous amount of time following the most ridiculous leads ever. It was like watching a massive charade.

    "To this day it's made no sense. They've spent an incredible sum of money going absolutely nowhere, coming up with absolutely nothing – not even a piece of evidence to add to the evidence we already know about." http://www.9news.com.au/world/2017/03/14/14/50/maddie-madeleine-mccann-abduction-theories-blasted-as-ridiculous-by-us-crime-expert-pat-brown#YkIx9WVf0hdvqM6j.99

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  9. "Paul Whinham asked why £12million could be spent on the Madeleine inquiry when there were 3,000 others listed as missing.

    His son Michael, 31, vanished from his home in Newcastle in November 2015.

    But the hunt was scaled down early last year due to lack of funds. Paul, 66, of Wallsend, North Tyneside, was shocked that the search for Madeleine received an extra £85,000 last week.

    He fumed: “There are thousands missing in the UK. Why do they not have the same amount for their search operations?” http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/596739/Madeleine-Maddie-McCann-search-missing-10-years

    Taxpayer fury as police handed extra funding to look for missing Madeleine McCann http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/596084/madeleine-mccann-police-search-investigation-funding-katy-gerry-portugal-missing

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  10. Quote: "What Scotland Yard was doing was not a proper investigation...
    Scotland Yard went in saying the McCanns are not suspects, and that [the disappearance of Maddie is an abduction.

    There is absolutely no way you should have entered an investigation saying that."

    Scotland Yard is one of the world's most respected crime fighting agencies, making its approach doubly confusing, Brown said.

    "Their focus has always been there was an abduction and we're going after a kidnapper."

    Everyone, including parents Gerry and Kate, should have been suspects when Operation Grange was opened following a 2011 request by now British Prime Minister Theresa May, Brown said.

    "They spent a tremendous amount of time following the most ridiculous leads ever. It was like watching a massive charade.

    "To this day it's made no sense. They've spent an incredible sum of money going absolutely nowhere, coming up with absolutely nothing – not even a piece of evidence to add to the evidence we already know about."

    This week Operation Grange was granted another $137,200 to cover operational costs through to September 17"

    Source: (CBS) Pat Brown - US Criminal Pofiler

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    1. thank you for posting, there's also this one: "Ms Brown said Scotland Yard investigators made a mistake by ruling out suspects early on.

      “You only eliminate someone as a suspect if they have an alibi and could absolutely not have committed the crime,” she said.

      “It shouldn’t be based on theories.”

      Ms Brown said the biggest mistake investigators made was examining and reviewing the case working to the theory that Madeleine had been abducted.

      “They came in with a purpose and stated there was an abductor,” she said.

      “Their focus was on finding a kidnapper.”

      Ms Brown said there was “no evidence of an abduction” but that didn’t mean it hadn’t occurred.

      “On the other hand it doesn’t mean it did,” she said.

      “But because there’s no evidence of an abduction one has to look at other possibilities as well.”" http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/world/the-only-madeleine-mccann-theory-that-stacks-up/news-story/44291faa8d69db7e9d6b6a40fe4b5205

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    2. Thank you for the very interesting commentary by Moita Flores. I added the piece by Pat Brown believe that she has simply stated what many people have opined since the beginning of the current investigation.

      For potential suspects to remove or rule themselves out of an investigation is plainly crazy. For investigators to ignore any potential suspect is deeply worrying  and for anyone to ignore the maxim that no one is beyond suspicion is beyond comprehension.

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