Tuesday, April 24, 2012

#McCann #BBC #Panorama : NEW EVIDENCE ? I Am Quite Happy With The Old And Paedophile Allegations Against One Dr. David Anthony Payne - I Won't Hold My Breath That This Little Nugget Will Be Revealed !


BBC Panorama – Madeleine: The Last Hope? is on BBC1 tonight at 7.30pm Clearly within that material the answer could lie Det Chief Insp Andy Redwood

25th April 2012 By Jerry Lawton, Chief Crime Correspondent

THE British detective leading the hunt for Madeleine McCann says he has the “best opportunity” ever to discover what really happened to her.

Det Chief Insp Andy Redwood is the first officer to get access to both the UK and Portuguese files into the child’s disappearance, which he says puts him in a “unique position” to solve the mystery.

And he says the clue that could crack the case could well lie within the 40,000 pieces of evidence his team of officers are currently sifting through.


“Clearly within that material the answer could lie,” he tells tonight’s Panorama. “We are here in terms of seeking to bring closure to the case.
“That would be the ultimate objective. Closure means establishing what has happened to Madeleine McCann – solving it, of course.”
Mr Redwood talked to the BBC news show nearly five years after three-year-old Maddie vanished from her family’s holiday apartment in the Portuguese resort of Praia da Luz while her parents Kate and Gerry dined at a nearby tapas bar.
Despite several claimed sightings around the world in the months and years that foll-owed, no trace of the youngster has ever been found. But Mr Redwood believes his team on Operation Grange, a review of the case launched by David Cameron last May, could provide some answers.
Portuguese police remain the lead investigators and the UK team reports to them – but Mr Redwood, speaking a week before Maddie’s ninth birthday, said his 28 detectives were determined to solve the case from their central London HQ.

And he said the key is being able to see all evidence collected by police in Portugal and the UK, as well as private investigators, which were used by Kate, 44, and Gerry, 43, after Maddie’s disappearance in May 2007.

“At no time before have those three elements been drawn together in one place,” he said. “What we’ve done is to bring to one place all those pieces of the jigsaw.
“There is ultimately a process of us turning every single piece of paper over and interpreting and analysing what is contained within them.
“The systems and processes we are bringing to this set of circumstances will give us the best opportunity to find those investigative opportunities that we can then present to our colleagues in Portugal.”

BBC Panorama – Madeleine: The Last Hope? is on BBC1 tonight at 7.30pm.



Nice little propaganda story by Jerry Lawton, don't be fooled by the spin , Scotland Yard do NOT have ALL the evidence, that file still remains with the PJ, a secret file that contains witness statements. Evidence that the McCanns are desperate to get their hands on.