Vigil for missing children outside City Hall as Metropolitan Police Authority meets
- Author: Toby
- Filed under: Conservative Party, Criminal justice, Culture media and sport, Education and young people, Europe, Liberal Democrats, London, Policing
5 Responses for "Vigil for missing children outside City Hall as Metropolitan Police Authority meets"
May 25th, 2011 at 20:46
Compare & contrast with the Ben Needham case. Nuff said.
May 26th, 2011 at 15:26
Perhaps now “the MC fund” is once again replenished with the
Sun and book monies,the decent thing would be for the parents to pay for
this review, after all the fund was set up with the supposed purpose of
enabling them to “leave no stone unturned” in their search for
Madeleine!!!!! Why they NEVER ask for the case to be re-opened is
beyond most parents comprehension,but then again,they've dictated what
does and doesn't happen FROM DAY ONE,WHY IS THAT ???? lies and cover
ups abound,and why did Clarence Mitchell get involved in this missing
child ,has any other parent of a missing child had that support??? I'm
ashamed to say the “cover-ups” point to people in “high places” having
more than one finger in this debacle,Please please make them answer how
Mr Cameron can possibly justify spending “our” money on this
“review”,when the police cuts are as bad as they are being threatened
with. PS Is the fund actually “legal” ????
May 26th, 2011 at 15:39
Interesting… now that a precedent has been set for ‘the Met Police
to take the liberty, and without invitation, to review the work of
another police force in another country where the Met Police have
absolutely no authority’.. how can we ordinary members of the public put
in an application for such a request… let me know… you see there’s a
few police forces out there who are not playing by the rules…
May 30th, 2011 at 0:34
It’s glaringly obvious how the McCanns’ fund will be used now that
profits from the book are starting to flow in and the “search” will be
handed over to the Met. It will be used to pay the substantial legal
fees to be incurred in pursuit of libel damages from Sr Gonçalo Amaral,
the Portuguese detective who published his analysis which conflicts with
the McCanns’ version of events. Do donors to the fund and purchasers of
the book expect their money to be used by the McCanns for this purpose?
Alexandra June 8th, 2011 at 22:07Why are McCanns writing books to tell their version of the truth and getting money to keep the search of their daughter active if they can do it for free?
They just need to ask the Portuguese police to reopen the investigation files (where the truth is already in, isn’t it?) and I’m sure Portuguese and British police can go, again, to the field to find what is still missing to solve this case for good.
McCanns do not need to have fresh evidence to ask the reopening of the process. They just have to ask and cooperate with the police.
This familiar search company “leaving no stone unturned” did not produce any results. In fact has raised many doubts because there is not one single positive sightseeing of Madeleine – the most advertised missing girl in the world and there is not a SINGLE evidence of abduction either. No trace was left behind. That goes against police guidelines when a crime occurs… So, McCann’s duty is to full cooperate with the police. Asking the reopening of the police investigation, not a review. Review is not good enough. Madeleine deserves much more. McCanns can start with the reconstitution of the night that their daughter has gone.