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On 3/28/2023 at 2:16 AM, numnuts said:

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/madeleine-mccann-missing-investigation-b2308497.html

 

'Madeleine McCann police apply for another cash boost as £13m already spent.'

 

Peter Bleksley, a former Met detective, said: “I understand the frustrations of families that have missing children who do not have the luxury of such ongoing funding.” (More like they never had any funding.) 

 

On 3/28/2023 at 3:21 AM, sock muppet said:

 

Instead of a 'cash boost', how about a full audit of everything and everyone involved in this freak show including the McCann's and their close relationship with MI5, no audit, WHY THE FUK NOT, THIS GIRL IS MISSING, PRESUMED SOLD INTO CHILD TRAFFICKING, DO YOU NEED ANY FURTHER ENCOURAGEMENT OR REASON!!!

 

Yes, it would be interesting to get a full audit of what exactly this £13m has been spent on, but it would never likely happen.

 

The police are fully controlled by Common Purpose and one of their (unstated) goals is to fleece (or "leech") public taxpayers money into private hands.

 

Funding for this investigation likely involves paying for travel costs to and from Portugal, so that senior officers and detectives can go and "investigate" or to "attend meetings" in the Algarve region of Portugal where this 'incident' took place.

 

The Algarve region of Portugal is also reknowned for its abundance of golf courses, something other it is widely famous for.

 

Of course I dare not suggest that taxpayers money is being wasted so that senior Met Police officers can regularly go swanning off to the Algarve to partake in some extended golfing weekends, inbetween attending some by-now unproductive face-to-face meetings with local police to "discuss the situation".

 

Or perhaps as was alluded in one of Richard D Hall's videos, there is more going on in the Algarve that meets the eye.

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On 3/29/2023 at 7:12 PM, Grumpy Owl said:

 

 

Yes, it would be interesting to get a full audit of what exactly this £13m has been spent on, but it would never likely happen.

 

The police are fully controlled by Common Purpose and one of their (unstated) goals is to fleece (or "leech") public taxpayers money into private hands.

 

Funding for this investigation likely involves paying for travel costs to and from Portugal, so that senior officers and detectives can go and "investigate" or to "attend meetings" in the Algarve region of Portugal where this 'incident' took place.

 

The Algarve region of Portugal is also reknowned for its abundance of golf courses, something other it is widely famous for.

 

Of course I dare not suggest that taxpayers money is being wasted so that senior Met Police officers can regularly go swanning off to the Algarve to partake in some extended golfing weekends, inbetween attending some by-now unproductive face-to-face meetings with local police to "discuss the situation".

 

Or perhaps as was alluded in one of Richard D Hall's videos, there is more going on in the Algarve that meets the eye.

 

MSM cash cow to milk dry, and further reason for Richard D Hall's recent persecution for the other story that he has done much work on to reveal the truth of corruption in high places.

It does smack of either a slave trade or a sacrifice by [D]ark [S]ide actors, all of which is nothing more than praying on the emotions of the wider public to gain elevated status and cash handouts, these people are sick!!!

During the last three years i came across a video of a Portuguese judge(might need second opinion on nationality) that was being threatened in some way and made a public statement that they had ALL the evidence of corruption and that if he suffered harm in any way then the whole lot would be released, i will try to find it again because from my overloaded memory i think it may be related to McAfee and the whole convid nonsense too.

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Back in the news again...

 

Madeleine McCann: Police to search Portuguese reservoir

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Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann are to carry out searches at a reservoir in Portugal.

A search of the Arade dam will begin on Tuesday, 50km from where the toddler went missing in Praia da Luz in 2007.

Christian Brueckner, 45, was made a formal suspect, or an "arguido", by Portuguese prosecutors in 2022.

The search was requested by German police as the area was visited by Brueckner when Madeleine, then three years old, disappeared.

Madeleine, from Rothley, Leicestershire, had been on holiday with her family in Portugal's Algarve when she went missing on 3 May 2007.

Portuguese police said in a press statement that it is co-ordinating searches in the Algarve over the next few days, also in the presence of British officers.

from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-65673674

 

And no doubt after all this searching, the police officers will wind down with a few rounds of golf at the nearby NAU Morgado Golf & Country Club.

 

But what are they hoping to find 16 years later?

 

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It is not the first time the reservoir has been searched as part of the investigation.

In 2008, Portuguese lawyer Marcos Aragao Correia paid for specialist divers to check the waterway after he claimed to have been tipped off by criminal contacts that Madeleine's body was in the reservoir.

The most recent search in Portugal in relation to Madeleine's disappearance was in 2014, when British police were given permission to examine scrubland near where she vanished.

Interesting comparison there with the recent Nicola Bulley case. I suppose a "lesson learned" by the police there is that 'specialist divers' are next to useless and they should bring along a 'psychic' instead.

 

Either they'll find nothing and its another fruitless pointless waste of police resources, or someone will 'miraculously' find a very badly decomposed child's body, and then the police finally have their 'smoking gun' to point at this Brueckner fella.

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20 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

Back in the news again...

 

Madeleine McCann: Police to search Portuguese reservoir

from: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-65673674

 

And no doubt after all this searching, the police officers will wind down with a few rounds of golf at the nearby NAU Morgado Golf & Country Club.

 

But what are they hoping to find 16 years later?

 

Interesting comparison there with the recent Nicola Bulley case. I suppose a "lesson learned" by the police there is that 'specialist divers' are next to useless and they should bring along a 'psychic' instead.

 

Either they'll find nothing and its another fruitless pointless waste of police resources, or someone will 'miraculously' find a very badly decomposed child's body, and then the police finally have their 'smoking gun' to point at this Brueckner fella.

 

Interesting considering the high priest of paedowood is being exposed, it seems there are still operatives of the savile gang only too willing to flood the conscious again with distracting nonsense, and as you say a perfect way to unwind with a few rounds of expensive holidayness at everyone else's expense, it seems the cremation of care is not that solid because the cracks are now showing with the behavioural pattern emerging, i'll wager they come back with heart wrenching images of a 'favourite' teddy bear lost at the time or some such that's a bit beat up that gets loved to death with clutching hugs, MEH!!!🤮

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I said a couple of years ago that the McCann twins were about 16 years old and that this might be one reason why the PTB, on the behalf of the McCanns, were desperately looking to scapegoat Brueckner. They want this case 'officially' closed. Now that the twins are about 18 years old, given the recent developments, this only reinforces what I thought then. The last thing the McCanns want is the twins starting to look in to this case, with unbiased, adult eyes. It doesn't take much scratching at the feeble veneer, exclusively constructed by the masonic mass media, to see the truth that they are trying to bury. Simply branding anyone who disagrees with them as 'hateful trolls', in the context of the twins, can only take the McCanns so far in to the future. The only question is are the police actually going to find anything, even if not a body, at this reservoir? Or is it just a last attempt to link Brueckner to Maddie, before finally trying to prosecute him? I tend to think the latter, but who knows...   

 

P.S. Right, I am now off to buff up all of my swastika tattoos.      

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Reservoir search ends after three days because no-one was interested, they were looking for evidence to link the British toddler's disappearance to Christian Brueckner because they have none and to remind us that the McCann's are still hopeful, that they got away with it.

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2 hours ago, Velma said:

Reservoir search ends after three days because no-one was interested, they were looking for evidence to link the British toddler's disappearance to Christian Brueckner because they have none and to remind us that the McCann's are still hopeful, that they got away with it.

 

It's hard to imagine what evidence they could claim to find, other than Maddie's corpse or some of her clothing, which they could then try to link to Brueckner. What was in those bags that supposedly got taken away for analysis? I was watching a Maddie BBC news report the other day, where they did a recap of everything (or lack of) that had happened since 2007. I thought to myself 'How can they not even mention that the cops, who originally investigated Maddie's disappearance in 2007, concluded that her parents had accidentally killed her and dumped her corpse somewhere?'. How can any honest journalist summarising the case fail to mention that fact? I mean, even if they then went on to claim that the Portuguese cops were dumbasses, hated the McCanns or whatever. It just beggars belief that they don't ever mention that fact.

 

Not directly related, but when those kids died after crashing their bike in Cardiff recently, a Welsh M.P. openly criticised the Police And Crime Commissioner of that area. They said something like 'He is supposed to hold the police to account, but it is coming across like he is a spokesman for the police'. It resonated with me, because I see the The Met and BBC etc. as spokesmen for the McCanns. It is impossible for the McCanns not to be innocent, even if some of them secretly think that they are guilty, from everything they say and do. This, in turn, makes me think of the old 'To find out who really rules over you, then find out who you are not allowed to criticise' adage. Not that the masons are high up, in the grand scheme of things, but still. Kudos again to Bill Turnbull (RIP), for doing his basic duty as an honest journalist. As in, exposing the stinky bullshit of the McCanns.  

 

 

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I think we will never know the truth, I reckon Maddy was cremated and her remains scattered or in a grave with someone else.  I am afraid predators do work in all industries including funerals and cremations.   Someone should ask Gary Glitter he is a leader of a gang.

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10 hours ago, numnuts said:

 It resonated with me, because I see the The Met and BBC etc. as spokesmen for the McCanns.

 

They had a government spokesman.

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7010286.stm

 

Clarence left the BBC quite suddenly, making a move into the Labour government as director of its Media Monitoring Unit. His salary was widely reported to be £70,000 a year.

 

As the Madeleine McCann story exploded this summer, it became clear that a high level of control and organisation would be needed to cope with the media maelstrom.

 

Clarence was plucked from his job, and sent out to handle the media, rather than be part of the media, on a massive crime story. Now he's left his government job and gone in with the McCanns full-time.

 

Setting aside the essential tragedy of whatever happened to Madeleine McCann, I would imagine Clarence is content in his new role as the family's voice.

 

He's centre stage on a huge story, intimately involved as ever, and on television and in the papers all the time.

 

It was extraordinary how, last week, his intervention seemed to eliminate within hours any misgiving about the McCanns in the British media.

 

 

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4 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

One of the first people to be notified of Maddie's "disappearance" was PM Gordon Brown, and NDAs were quickly brought in to prevent any leaks of info or awkward questions. Now why would you do that for a random little girl who's gone missing on hols?

 

Actually, if I recall correctly, Tony Blair was still PM at the time, so Brown was only 'deputy PM'. Which was still odd, because surely if you're going to contact someone from Government if you're in trouble abroad, the Foreign Secretary might have been a more appropriate 'choice'.

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10 hours ago, Velma said:

Clarence was plucked from his job, and sent out to handle the media, rather than be part of the media, on a massive crime story. Now he's left his government job and gone in with the McCanns full-time.

Can the McCanns afford his salary? I doubt it. As for the latest news, they've allegedly found fabric fibres that they're sending to the lab for analysis. I thought the authorities had searched that area from top to bottom and found nothing. Now they've dug up something they hope will link the child's death to the German bloke. Perhaps his DNA will turn up on it. Wouldn't that be something?

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3 minutes ago, Grumpy Owl said:

 

Actually, if I recall correctly, Tony Blair was still PM at the time, so Brown was only 'deputy PM'. Which was still odd, because surely if you're going to contact someone from Government if you're in trouble abroad, the Foreign Secretary might have been a more appropriate 'choice'.

Was Robin Cook still alive then? I can't imagine him having much truck with something like that.

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21 hours ago, numnuts said:

It's hard to imagine what evidence they could claim to find, other than Maddie's corpse or some of her clothing, which they could then try to link to Brueckner.

 

I can't be bothered to go find it now but I saw some article on the Birmingham Mail (because this is important local news) that said something about looking for a gun and a video camera, which would have contained footage of Brueckner.

 

It's all shrouded in anonymous 'tip-offs' and 'claims'. (See 'Nicola Bulley' etc)

 

Why would anyone expect such 'evidence' to have laid completely undisturbed for the last 16 years, especially after the area was supposedly searched twice previously?

 

 

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