Grumpy Owl Posted March 29 Share Posted March 29 (edited) 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. Edited March 29 by Grumpy Owl 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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