Monday, 26 September 2016

Madeline McCann EFIT pictures were suppressed for 5 years Why?

rsial findings. He said: “A letter came from their lawyers binding us to the confidentiality of the report.”
A report produced by the investigators was deemed “hypercritical” of the McCanns and their friends, and the authors were threatened with legal action if it was made public. Its contents remained secret until Scotland Yard detectives conducting a fresh review of the case contacted the authors and asked for a copy.
He claimed the legal threat had prevented him from handing over the report to Scotland Yard’s fresh investigation, until detectives had obtained written permission from the fund.
A source close to the fund said the report was considered “hypercritical of the people involved” and “would have been completely distracting” if it became public.
It contained crucial E-Fits of a man seen carrying a child on the night of Madeleine’s disappearance, which have only this month become public after he was identified as the prime suspect by Scotland Yard.
One of the investigators said last week: “I was absolutely stunned when I watched the programme . . . It most certainly wasn’t a new timeline and it certainly isn’t a new revelation. It is absolute nonsense to suggest either of those things . . . And those E-Fits you saw on Crimewatch are ours,” he said.
The detailed images of the face of the man seen by the Smith family were never released by the McCanns. But an artist’s impression of the man seen earlier by Tanner was widely promoted, even though the face had to be left blank because she had only seen him fleetingly and from a distance.
Various others images of lone men spotted hanging around the resort at other times were also released.
Nor were the Smith E-Fits included in Kate McCann’s 2011 book, Madeleine, which contained a whole section on eight “key sightings” and identified those of the Smiths and Tanner as most “crucial”. Descriptions of all seven other sightings were accompanied by an E-Fit or artist’s impression. The Smiths’ were the only exception.
So why was such a “crucial” piece of evidence kept under lock and key?
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Tuesday, 20 September 2016

Madeleine McCann files on fund

Courtesy Of: Aletheia's footsteps for Madeleine McCann
AMAZING to note the pitiful amount of Interest earned (or claimed to have been earned) and even MORE AMAZING to see the amount of Income Tax that has been paid ... LESS THAN 26,000 in total during years 2007 - 2014!
3.5 MILLION SPENT searching for their daughter? How exactly? ... Answers on a postcard please!
Source: Analysis of the accounts of Madeleine's Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned (Reg.No.6248215) for the year ended 31 March 2014
By Enid O'Dowd FCA

Friday, 16 September 2016

No DNA linking to Madeline McCann?

No DNA belonging to Maddie was ever found in the holiday apartment in Portugal. She'd supposedly spent five days their on holiday but nothing was found, she didn't even have her own toothbrush [we are told she shared one with her siblings] we were told she didn't have a hairbrush [again we are told she shared one with the twins}, the clothes she wore that day, her toys? There were no toys visible on the police photos, nothing ,nil, zilch .
Yet a CADAVER dog alerted to the SCENT OF DEATH behind the sofa and Keela who alerts only to HUMAN BLOOD marked the SAME SPOT as Eddie the cadaver dog. It was later found that the sofa had been moved to cover where both dogs alerted.
The blood spatter on the area behind the sofa is commensurate with a resuscitation having been carried out .

Monday, 12 September 2016

International cocaine drug bust to Australia

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Man arrested as part of ongoing International drug trafficking investigation - Organised Crime Squad

Tuesday, 13 September 2016 12:11:39 AM
***Editors Note: Vision of yesterday’s arrest is available via Hightail:
Another man has been arrested as part of joint investigation into drug trafficking and money laundering by the NSW Police Force and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
State Crime Command’s Organised Crime Squad together with the NSW Crime Commission and assisted by the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission, has been investigating alleged money laundering of a criminal syndicate since August 2011 under Strike Force Fairlawn.
In late 2014, strike force officers uncovered alleged drug trafficking between Mexico, the United States and Australia and since then, have been working closely with the San Diego Field Office of the FBI.
Four men, now aged 33, 55, 56, and 66, were arrested in Australia and a 34-year-old man was arrested in San Diego, California, in September 2015 and charged with various offences. They are currently still before the courts.
Investigations undertaken in the United States resulted in the arrest and charge of a further 22 people in January this year. It is alleged 10 of those charged were involved in trafficking to Australia.
Following further investigations by members of the Organised Crime Squad and the FBI, a 21-year-old man was arrested at Bronte, about 5.30pm yesterday (Monday 12 September 2016).
He was taken to Waverley Police Station and charged with importing commercial quantity of border controlled drug (cocaine) contrary to Section 307.1 of the Criminal Code Act (Cwlth)1995; and committing an offence for the benefit of, or at the direction of, a criminal organisation contrary to section 390.5 of the Criminal Code Act (Cwlth)1995.
He has been refused bail to appear at Waverley Local Court later today (Tuesday 13 September 2016).
Commander of the Organised Crime Squad, Detective Superintendent Scott Cook, said the results of Strike Force Fairlawn is further demonstration of the high-level of cooperation between the FBI and the NSWPF in combating transnational organised crime activities such as drug trafficking and money laundering.
“I would like to personally thank the NSW Police Force detectives and intelligence officers, the NSW Crime Commission analysts, and the US FBI Agents who have been central to this investigation over the past five years,” Det Supt Cook said.
“Their dedication and cooperation over a long period of time has led to a very successful outcome, the dismantling of a transnational criminal network that has been impacting the NSW community for a long time.
“The Organised Crime Squad will continue to work in a collaborative way with its partner agencies, both in Australia and overseas, in order to combat long-term established criminal networks and groups,” Det Supt Cook said.
FBI Special Agent in Charge Eric S. Birnbaum of the San Diego Field Office commented, “The FBI is committed to ongoing, collaborative work with our international law enforcement partners to mitigate threats that cross our borders and affect our communities.
“Today’s arrest is a powerful example of the impact made by the hard work and cooperation of the NSWPF and the FBI in combating transnational organized crime.”

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Alleged Bill Bayeh charged

Man charged after allegedly hindering a murder investigation - SCC Homicide Squad

Wednesday, 07 September 2016 04:53:12 PM
A man has been charged as part of ongoing investigations into the murder of a man in Sydney CBD late last year.
Just before 7am on Monday 16 November 2015, police attended a hotel on Kent Street, Sydney, where they located the body of a 44-year-old man inside an apartment.
Detectives from Sydney City Local Area Command and State Crime Command’s Homicide Squad established Strike Force Polock to investigate the death.
Following extensive investigations, a 56-year-old man was arrested at Day Street Police Station about 10am today (Wednesday 7 September 2016).
He has been charged with hinder investigation and granted bail to appear at Downing Centre Local Court on Wednesday 28 September 2016.
Three men and a woman have previously been charged with various offences in relation to the murder. They are all next due to appear at Central Local Court on Thursday 27 October 2016.
Just ask him about Juanita Nielsen.....