Lying in the Sun



Ah so it is being reported that the interviews the Metropolitan Police had hoped to sit in on, in Portugal when the Portuguese Police authorities interview a number of individuals at the request of the Met, are cancelled/postponed?

DCI Redwood and those who would have accompanied him I am sure will be able to find some other way of using this unexpected (?) free time they now have on their hands, put it to good use I am sure.  They may even find that they are able to interview some others in the UK?  

His review turned investigation/review has been ongoing for more than three and a half years - what's another day, week, month, year - there really has been no urgency on the part of the Met thus far.  Which kinda let's us know they are not looking for an alive Madeleine or as Gerry McCann referred to his daughter in a blog entry back in 2009  a real and findable little girl!


"We urge you to remember Madeleine as a real, living and findable little girl."

(Findable Little Girl, blog above)

Has Gerry McCann made this clear to DCI Andy Redwood and his huge team of detectives, as they don't appear to be approaching this investigation from the angle of a 'real, living and findable little girl?'

Just a thought - why is it that when persons are interviewed in this case, that their names are splattered across the press.

I don't recall this happening when Kate McCann, Gerry McCann, David Payne, Fiona Payne, Matthew Oldfield, Rachael Oldfield, Russell O'Brien, Jane Tanner or Dianne Webster were interviewed by the Metropolitan Police...

They were interviewed by the Met..?

19th November 2014
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