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Keela didn't alert at the wardrobe only Eddie so it's not blood at that location.  All you need to know is that they were looking for evidence of a body in 2007 and were still looking for it 7 years after when SY returned. The dog alerts are relevant to this case as is the original forensic material that was stored.
By the wardrobe, I presume you mean the wall between the wardrobe and the headboard?  Several feet up the wall.
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Amanda Edwards on a building site. Shane Collier. In most crimes the body is moved so it's up to the investigators to locate new areas for the dogs to search. If they select the wrong place then no body will be found!

A no-fly zone was put in place and members of the Major Crime and Missing Persons Bureau in Hampshire, who played an important role in the Soham murder investigation, and a sniffer dog from South Yorkshire police, were brought in.

Shortly after 1pm the dog was reported to have started barking, giving rise to speculation that a body had been found.

Ms Edwards' body was removed from the building site last night.


https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2004/apr/17/ukcrime

In March, 2002, they played a major role in locating the body of Barnsley murder victim 21-year-old Shane Collier. Even though his body had been cut up into parts and buried five months earlier, the dogs found them in a remote woodland in Cumbria. The South Yorkshire police dogs Frankie and Eddie and their handlers now work as part of the special search unit operation by the National Crime and Operations Faculty.

https://www.thestar.co.uk/whats-on/out-and-about/dogs-find-body-parts-of-murder-victim-1-320914

And supporters think that OG and the PJ will disregard the alerts of this highly efficient cadaver dog.
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Erm no, it was a question, asking you about your beliefs.  A simple “never” would have sufficed, if that were true.  Nowehere in that sentence do I claim you said that the McCanns are about to be arrested.  It’s really not that hard to understand is it?

My, my VS you’re not merely changing the goalposts but relocating to another park entirely.

Anyone who bothered to read the exchange knew exactly what you meant. Please try to let what is left of your dignity remain by saying nothing.
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Yes...I thought there was another one after pdl...so it's two

Amaral claimed the dogs had solved 200 cases...but 2 is closer to the truth

Amanda Edwards on a building site. Shane Collier. In most crimes the body is moved so it's up to the investigators to locate new areas for the dogs to search. If they select the wrong place then no body will be found!

A no-fly zone was put in place and members of the Major Crime and Missing Persons Bureau in Hampshire, who played an important role in the Soham murder investigation, and a sniffer dog from South Yorkshire police, were brought in.

Shortly after 1pm the dog was reported to have started barking, giving rise to speculation that a body had been found.

Ms Edwards' body was removed from the building site last night.


https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2004/apr/17/ukcrime

In March, 2002, they played a major role in locating the body of Barnsley murder victim 21-year-old Shane Collier. Even though his body had been cut up into parts and buried five months earlier, the dogs found them in a remote woodland in Cumbria. The South Yorkshire police dogs Frankie and Eddie and their handlers now work as part of the special search unit operation by the National Crime and Operations Faculty.

https://www.thestar.co.uk/whats-on/out-and-about/dogs-find-body-parts-of-murder-victim-1-320914
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There is a view that the McCanns are still being investigated by, at the very least, the PJ, if not also the Met, despite repeated assurances from the police that the McCanns are not suspects.  So, assuming these assurances are lies, then what avenues of investigation are open to the police, particuarly the PJ as far as the McCanns are concerned? 
Forensics?  CCTV?  Re-interviews?  What?  And what evidence is there that the McCanns are currently under investigation?

There is no evidence from the police that they are being investigated but from past cases that doesn't necessarily matter. New forensics were probably included in an ILOR by Nicola Wall in 2015.

Sep 3, 2015

"But top Portuguese sources insist there was no evidence to suggest Operation Grange was going to be shut down at any point in the near future.

And they said they were expecting to receive a new international letter of request shortly from UK authorities - the second since DCI Nicola Wall took over from previous Operation Grange boss Andy Redwood at the end of last year but the first she will have been involved in preparing."

Responding to grumbles about the cost of Scotland Yard's probe and fresh claims it should be wound down, the Portuguese source insisted: "Nothing is going to be shelved.

"Co-operation right now between the British and the Portuguese police is at a moment of great synchronisation."

In May, Portugal's Attorney General's Office revealed: "Since August 2012, the Public Prosecution Service of Portimao has received five British requests for international cooperation in criminal matters, the last of which has been received on January 2015.

"Three of these requests have been already executed and their pieces of execution were returned to the requesting authorities. The execution of two of them is still pending.

The Prosecutor General's Office does not provide information on the content of the requests presented by the British authorities."

https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/602598/Madeleine-McCann-case-not-to-close

Oct 28, 2015

Police are to scale back the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, with the number of officers on the team cut from 29 to four.

The Metropolitan police said Operation Grange would now only focus on a “small number of focused lines of inquiry that have allowed them to reduce the size of the Home Office funded team”.

The four officers who remain on the team will continue to be led by DCI Nicola Wall, the current senior investigating officer, and sit within an existing major investigation team on the homicide and major crime command.

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/oct/28/met-reduces-officers-madeleine-mccann-case-29-to-four

Apr 29, 2016

During a radio interview this week, Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said he believed there was “one final lead” in the case.

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/04/28/madeleine-mccann-abducted-during-botched-burglary/

Apr 26, 2017

London Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley said investigators still hope they can provide answers to what happened.

"I know we have a significant line of inquiry which is worth pursuing,” he said. “Because it's worth pursuing it could provide an answer, but until we've gone through it I won't know whether we are going to get there or not."

"Ourselves and the Portuguese are doing a critical piece of work and we don't want to spoil it by putting titbits of information out publicly."

https://www.newstalk.com/Investigators-pursuing-critical-lead-in-search-for-Madeleine-McCann
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Not sure about that one...but still 197 to go

Martin Grime didn't say Eddie had found 200 bodies Davel. You said only 1 you are incorrect.

So far Eddie has found 2 more than you said so 300% of your initial tally.
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‘How many times have you been here, believing that things were not looking good for the McCanns and they were about to be arrested?’

Erm that would be a yes.
Erm no, it was a question, asking you about your beliefs.  A simple “never” would have sufficed, if that were true.  Nowehere in that sentence do I claim you said that the McCanns are about to be arrested.  It’s really not that hard to understand is it?
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All the faces of Madeleine McCann that come up with Google images.  I have never convinced myself they are all the same person even after hours of study.

Do you mean photographs provided by the family? I have just had a look and can't find any others to be honest Rob.
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