Monday, December 21, 2015

The mccann's And The Metropolitan Police Investigation

As far as i am aware, the Met cannot and does not have any influence in regard to Maddie's death and disposal investigation.

The case is and always has been under the jurisdiction of the Portuguese Police, only they can arrest and bring charges against the mccanns and chums in relation to the homicide, concealment of a corpse and filing a false police report.

Even if the Met end their investigation, the Portuguese one is still active and, as it should be, they are saying nothing regarding how their investigation is going.

Something which bothers and annoys the mccanns intensely.

How can they spin an investigation in their favor, counter any leaks that point to their guilt, when they do not know what has been found.

At best, all the mccanns can do in relation to the Met ending their investigation is talk the talk and hide the money and then claim it is/has been spent on hiring private detectives.

I suspect that having learned lessons from their previous private dickheads, they won't be hauling them out into the public eye and having them spout garbage anytime soon.
We all saw how that ended.

Private detectives like to keep a low profile since to be outed makes their job harder if everyone knows what they look and sound like.

The mccanns will not be spending any actual money on their supposed search since the Met could not arrest and charge then with homicide, concealment of a corpse and filing a false police report.
At best they would advise their Portuguese colleagues of what they have found and then have the Portuguese apply for a EAW (European Arrest Warrant)

The Met could only arrest and charge them in relation to the fraudulent fund and possibly obtaining money and services by deception and maybe, just maybe, obstruction of justice and perverting the course of justice in regard to the fund.

This would also likely involve charging clarrie as well.

The mccanns are talking garbage knowing they have no need to spend any money.

They would only 'may' spend money should the Portuguese investigation be shelved.

It is typical distraction by the mccanns and also typical of their annual Christmas appeal.

Look over here, not over there.

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