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Jornal de Notícias
DOMINGO 18/3/12

Pistas de detectives espanhóis de nada servem no caso Maddie


Polícia Inglesa põe de parte trabalho da agência "Método 3", contratada pelo casal McCann

Óscar Queirós
polícia@jn.pt

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OS INVESTIGADORES da Scotland Yard que voltaram a tomar contacto com o caso do desaparecimento de Madeleine McCann chegaram à conclusão de que as diligências efectuadas nos últimos anos por detectives espanhóis contratados pelo casal McCann nada ou pouco vão ajudar a descobrir o que aconteceu à menina.

Estes detectives , da agência " Método 3", foram pagos com dinheiro do fundo "Find Madeleine" e os dados que recolheram tinham sempre como pressuposto a tese de rapto, defendida pelos pais da criança desaparecida no Algarve a 3 de Maio de 2007.
Quatro membros da equipa inglesa que investigam o desaparecimento de Madeleine McCann estiveram no final do ano passado em Barcelona, onde recolheram dezenas de caixas de documentos.

Um responsável da " Método 3", Francisco Marco, disse-lhes que os documentos continham " seis, sete ou oito pistas muito importantes".

Nesta altura, segundo soube o JN, os investigadores que estão a reanalisar todos os dados do caso já minimizaram a importância das pistas. Optaram, por isso, por concentrar os seus esforços sobre o processo arquivado em Portugal em julho de 2008.

Recorde-se que, conforme o JN tem noticiado, também a PJ, através de uma equipa da directoria do Porto, está a colaborara com os ingleses na reponderação de todos os dados da investigação.

Segundo o jornal El Periódico, a Scotland Yard aproveitou a viagem a Espanha para manter encontros, no final de 2011, com a Polícia e a Guardia Civil.
Estas reuniões foram confirmadas ao JN por fontes portuguesas que explicaram que tal se deve à vontade de não menosprezar qualquer pista, designadamente a de rapto, até pela proximidade de Portimão com a fronteira espanhola.*

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Spanish Detectives clues are useless for the Maddie Case
McCann couple paid investigation with money from the “Find Madeleine” fund

Francisco Marco Fernández, Método 3 Boss
English Police dismisses work done by the private agency “Método” 3 hired by the McCann couple 

by Oscár Queirós

The investigators of Scotland Yard, who are again working with the case of Madeleine's disappearance, came to the conclusion that steps taken in recent years by the Spanish detectives hired by the McCann couple have helped very little or nothing at all towards the discovery of what happened to the girl.

This detectives from the “Método 3” agency were paid with money from the “Find Madeleine” fund and the data they collected had always as basis the assumption the abduction thesis, defended by the parents of the child who disappeared in the Algarve on May, 3 2007.

Four members of the English team that are investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann were in Barcelona, at the end of last year, where they have collected dozens of boxes filled with documents. Francisco Marco, in charge of “Método 3”, told [on a Spanish TV broadcast] that those documents contained “six, seven or eight very important leads”.

At this moment, according to what JN was able to find out, the investigators are re-analysing every data pertaining to the case and they have already played down the importance of those “leads”. They have, therefore, chosen to concentrate all their efforts in the process that was archived in Portugal in July 2008. 

It should be recalled, has JN has reported previously, the Judiciary Police(PJ), trough a team from Oporto's directorate, has been cooperating with the English in a re-assessment of all the investigation data. 

According to the Spanish newspaper ‘El Periódico de Cataluña’ [14 December 2011], Scotland Yard seized the opportunity of that Spanish trip to hold meetings with the Spanish Police and the Guardia Civil. This was confirmed to JN by Portuguese sources who explained that those meetings took place due to the keenness to not overlook any avenues of the investigation, namely the possibility of abduction, even by the proximity of Portimão with the Spanish border.

Seven friends of the McCann couple to be heard

Scotland Yard wants to listen again the seven friends that were on holidays with the McCann couple in the Algarve in 2007. That will be done after the translations of the statements that they gave to the Judiciary Police are completed and after the making of the “virtual reconstruction”.

in Jornal de Notícias, page 11, March 18, 2012, paper edition



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