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Offline Luz

Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #105 on: April 29, 2013, 12:27:12 AM »
There were no experts in missing children in Portugal until 2000, because there were hardly any cases of missing children.

Since then there are organizations that specialized in that. Long before Mrs.McCann decided to go to the European Parliament to make believe she was doing anything original, Portugal, first through a private organization, IAC, and later (2004) through the actual President, Barroso's wife, proposed an Europeajn Observatory and a phone line for identified abduction cases.

In 2007 there were PJ inspectors with experience with missing children, namely Amaral that had already worked with several cases.

There are not hundreds, not even dozens of cases of missing children, like in the UK, to justify a special department for it. There are inspectors that specialize on that, that's all.
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amaraltheofficeboy

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Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #106 on: April 29, 2013, 12:28:40 AM »
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In 2007 there were PJ inspectors with experience with missing children, namely Amaral that had already worked with several cases.

I know of 2 cases - can you give more?

Offline Luz

Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #107 on: April 29, 2013, 12:37:26 AM »
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In 2007 there were PJ inspectors with experience with missing children, namely Amaral that had already worked with several cases.

I know of 2 cases - can you give more?



Amaral had 4 cases.

Now, brush your teeth and give us a kiss good night. ?{)(**
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amaraltheofficeboy

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Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #108 on: April 29, 2013, 12:40:55 AM »
which were the other 2?

Offline Luz

Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #109 on: April 29, 2013, 12:50:46 AM »
which were the other 2?



1. One boy in Guarda
2. One boy in Cascais
3. One girl in Madeira
4. One girl in Algarve

Now, my goodnight kiss    8)-)))
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Offline Luz

Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #110 on: April 29, 2013, 12:52:47 AM »
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In 2007 there were PJ inspectors with experience with missing children, namely Amaral that had already worked with several cases.

I know of 2 cases - can you give more?


Amaral had 4 cases.

Now, brush your teeth and give us a kiss good night. ?{)(**

For goodness sake stop patronising posters .


I am not patronizing, I'm harassing for a kissie, can't I?  8(8-))
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amaraltheofficeboy

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Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #111 on: April 29, 2013, 12:53:36 AM »
which were the other 2?



1. One boy in Guarda
2. One boy in Cascais
3. One girl in Madeira
4. One girl in Algarve

Now, my goodnight kiss    8)-)))

their names would be a help
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Offline Luz

Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #112 on: April 29, 2013, 12:57:15 AM »
which were the other 2?



1. One boy in Guarda
2. One boy in Cascais
3. One girl in Madeira
4. One girl in Algarve

Now, my goodnight kiss    8)-)))

their names would be a help

I'm criticized for "patronizing" you. Good bye. 
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Offline Chinagirl

Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #113 on: April 29, 2013, 01:34:29 AM »
which were the other 2?

You should be in bed...but okay

1. One boy in Guarda
2. One boy in Cascais
3. One girl in Madeira
4. One girl in Algarve

Now, my goodnight kiss    8)-)))

their names would be a help

As requested,the names would be useful, please Luz, and the dates of the events also,if possible.
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debunker

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Re: The Conclusion of the case was that there was no indication of a crime
« Reply #114 on: April 29, 2013, 05:33:44 AM »
...against the McCanns.

This excludes the dog 'evidence' and the Forensic evidence. Both of which are doubtful becasue of the reservations I have laid out elsewhere.

So if someone believes that the McCanns did commit a crime, there are three questions:

1/ Why and how did the Prosecutor and AG get it so wrong and websleuths get it right?
2/ Is there anything in the files that could be said to indicate a crime committed by the McCanns?
2/ What sort of evidence might emerge in future to indicate a crime against the McCanns?

WRONG.

The case was not concluded, it's still open.

The report for archiving (which is not a Trial report but merely a summary of the state of the investigation at that moment) stated that "no evidence was founded to consider that the arguidos had committed a crime". It doesn't exempt them only states that the data so far was not enough to charge them.

They were never tried, so they are not cleared. Maybe if the investigation went further it could clear them totally, but as that same report states, the McCann "did not cooperate sufficiently in order to establish what [the innocence] they claimed from the beginning".

It would be good if people were rigorous about the data they put forward.

Your statist views surface again.

Of course the investigation is still 'open'. As in the UK, potential crimes are always open to further investigation. However it is shelved and no Portuguese Police are assigned to the case.

There is nothing 'WRONG' with my questions except in your mind where the McCanns are necessarily Guilty.

The questions still stand:

" So if someone believes that the McCanns did commit a crime, there are three questions:

1/ Why and how did the Prosecutor and AG get it so wrong and websleuths get it right?
2/ Is there anything in the files that could be said to indicate a crime committed by the McCanns?
3/ What sort of evidence might emerge in future to indicate a crime against the McCanns?"

You are getting really tiresome with your automatic denial of truths about the case that offend your warped sense of fairness.

I trust you treat Murat in the same manner!!