Thursday, 18 April 2013


According to the aforementioned member of the Tabloid Press, there are still 30+ Scotland Yard  Police Officers working on the Madeleine McCann case.  The cost to the taxpayer must now run into MILLIONS and for what?  There has not been ONE POSITIVE REPORT of any findings leading to the arrest or prosecution of any known or unknown suspect.   In fact the only person they seem to want to blame the abduction on is a poor old man who died some time ago in a German hospital.  

Why must we go on paying for all this?  The McCann's have had the Portuguese Police on the case, but got rid of the main Investigator; maybe because he was a getting little too close to the truth.  Then it was the un-brilliant services of Metodo 3, from Spain who took the money everyone had donated but achieved absolutely nothing.  Then a couple of ex cops from the UK who were paid handsomely but got nowhere with their investigations.   The UK Police, now on the case, are doing little no better, so one must ask whether it is still worth throwing more money after what seems to be a lost cause?

One idea could be to get 500 or 1,000 people to go to Luz armed with shovels and start digging, on the beach or wherever the inclination takes them.

I always recall the words, "I feel closest to M..... when I am by the rocks on the beach."

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