Wednesday, 4 November 2009

A Minute for Madeleine McCann

We would call upon every visitor to these pages to click the link below to Inspector Gadgets' site to see the post he has entered -

http://inspectorgadget.wordpress.com/2009/11/03/4258/

On the site you will see a short video about Madelaine. There are some interesting comments below that post. One of which has a lists some very good points. There is a lot of unanswered questions about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and we sincerely hope that someday the world will know the full truth of the matter and pray for her safe return to her parents.

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4 comments:

ere said...

She's dead, according to the Head Cop in charge of the investgation.

Dr Goncalo Amarals book can be read here :-
http://goncaloamaraltruthofthelie.blogspot.com/

This 'censored-in-UK' book by Gonçalo Amaral is being translated into English by AnnaEsse and reproduced here to help increase the chances of it being read by people in the UK.

This blog is dedicated to Gonçalo Amaral and his ongoing investigation into the mysterious disappearance of three year old British citizen, Madeleine McCann.

Acknowledgments: AnnaEsse, Joana Morais, Nigel Moore, Pamalam, Tony Bennett and the numerous members of the 3 Arguidos forum, all of whom have worked tirelessly to translate the official Portuguese police files, and raise awareness of this case, so that the truth of what happened to Madeleine can be known - and justice served upon her.

Himself said...

I shall not make long of this but just a quick mention of some of the members of the boy's club you mention.

Hugh Orde, one time CC of the PSNI, now president of Acpo.

Matt Baggott, charged with assisting (thwarting) the Portuguese inquiry into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
One time vice president of ACPO, now head of the PSNI.

Sir Ronnie "death squad" Flanagan, one time CC of the RUC/PSNI, and as such Jim Gambles boss.

Jim Gamble one time head of intelligence Northern Ireland, and departed the province, along with Flanagan, in haste.

Jim Gamble now head of the CEOP and staunch supporter of Colin Port.Who has ties to Flanagan,Stevens Report among other things.

I could go on and on but it's such a nest of vipers it makes a fellow's head spin.

And lastly might I just say, don't let the oft flippant nature of some of my posts detract from the serious underlying message.

Himself

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Himself said...

Sir,
First let me congratulate you on a splendid blog and a very informative read.

Although it was your posts on ACPO that brought me here, I leave my comments here, my reason for doing so will become all too apparent.

My purpose of my comments is to draw your attention to the actions of the NPIA and the CEOP, actions which at best could be described as unprecedented and unprofessional in the extreme.

As I say, at best; at worst? well I shall leave you to draw your own conclusions on the matter.

Let us go back to July 2007, three months after the disappearance of, and under the most questionable of circumstances, Madeleine McCann.

It does well to remember just how questionable
those circumstances were when we consider the NPIA's invitation to, and subsequent standing ovation for, the last person to see the child alive and statistically the most likely person to be involved in that disappearance, the father, Gerry McCann.

Retracing our steps to mid-July 2007 and we find ourselves standing alongside hundreds of dumbfounded uniformed officers at the Dorchester Hotel, invited from our seats by senior personnel to applaud one Gerald P McCann at the Police Bravery Awards. First we’d had the poignant video of his daughter, then the speech praising both UK Officers and the Polícia Judiciária, now we had the standing ovation. And for what? Just what were we honouring? Gerry’s contribution to ‘what’ exactly? One of the serving South Yorkshire officers receiving an award there that night described it as one of the most surreal events of his life. Sitting at his table was none other than Gerry McCann, 1500 metre junior running medallist and celebrated kidnap personality. And he wasn’t just down on the guest-list; Gerry was guest of honour. It was like having Mark Stanley - the man responsible for shutting the doors on the Herald of Free Enterprise as it left Zeebrugge - guest-of honour at the annual Maritime and Coastguard awards. More The Sargeants Inn

Contiued

Himself said...

Part two.
And if you find the behaviour of the NPIA a tad strange, might I draw your attention to the next organisation that makes up, and here I borrow a phrase, The Axis of Evil; destined soon to become a QUANGO and as such even less accountable than it is at present, the CEOP.

In April this year I wrote this:

I think I can safely say that my previous article established the fact that Jim Gamble is a competent policeman of some twenty five years experience, well versed in the ways of the world.

With that in mind, I have to ask the question, does this statement by Gamble reflect that experience, or is it in fact, given Gamble's career accomplishments, totally anomalous?


Daily Mirror......And as head of the CEOP, the Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre, missing Madeleine McCann is inevitably never far from his mind.

"We absolutely support the McCann family," he says, sitting in his glass-walled office in Pimlico, Central London.

"They are to be applauded for their tireless work to keep the campaign to find their daughter in the public consciousness. It is a case for every parent of 'There but by the grace of God, go I."


"We absolutely support the McCann family, they are to be applauded for their tireless work to keep the campaign to find their daughter in the public consciousness."

Well, there's no ambiguity in that statement, crystal clear, unequivocal support from,More Jim Gamble: Judgement or Agenda?
Further reading. Jim Gamble CEOP a Catalogue of Corruption and Criminality

This statement by Gamble, shockingly unprofessional by anybody's standards, becomes something else altogether when we consider it was uttered just one month to the day after the McCanns had been declared Arguido. (Persons of interest.)

And then I would be remiss if I didn't mention the third member of the axis, the ACPO. Somewhat embarrassingly I must admit, an organisation that until earlier this year, I knew so little about.
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