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    Maddie Case: Ten Years Later, PJ Denies Political Pressures

    Post  Sykes on Sat Apr 29, 2017 2:57 pm

    On the eve of the tenth anniversary of Madeleine McCann's disappearance, the Judiciary Police Directorate denies that there have been political pressures from London and Lisbon in the course of the investigation. The case remains unresolved.

    LUSA NEWS AGENCY April 29, 2017, 12:49

    The deputy director of the Judiciary Police said that the PJ never suffered political pressure during the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in 2007 and that criticism of the police did not affect the work.

    "The Judicial Police did not feel any political pressure from the British authorities and even less from the Portuguese authorities to act in this or that way. This pressure did not exist at all," Pedro do Carmo told the Lusa news agency. Disappearance of the English child Madeleine McCann in the Algarve.

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    Maddie Case: Ten Years Later, PJ Denies Political Pressures

    On the eve of the tenth anniversary of Madeleine McCann's disappearance, the Judiciary Police Directorate denies that there have been political pressures from London and Lisbon in the course of the investigation. The case remains unresolved.


    LUSA
    April 29, 2017, 12:49

    The deputy director of the Judiciary Police said that the PJ never suffered political pressure during the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in 2007 and that criticism of the police did not affect the work.

    "The Judicial Police did not feel any political pressure from the British authorities and even less from the Portuguese authorities to act in this or that way. This pressure did not exist at all," Pedro do Carmo told the Lusa news agency. Disappearance of the English child Madeleine McCann in the Algarve.

    During the process, the PJ followed several lines of investigation, and the parents of the child came to constitute defendants, which deserved criticism, especially of the English media, but Pedro do Carmo understands that they had "no consequence or impact on the investigation ".

    "For the Judiciary Police, it is important, as long as it is possible to clarify the case, to continue their work," acknowledging that Maddie's disappearance was a case "unique in the history of the PJ and of the country," he said.

    "Because it is a missing child and eventually we can face a crime that has not been clarified yet, we have every interest in knowing what happened, because that is how we can learn the lessons for future situations," he said.

    In this case, he added, "we have not yet come to that point which makes it a unique case, and this justifies the commitment and persistence of the PJ. This is what mobilizes us and keeps us determined and immune to any pressure. Political or media. "

    Although the police are aware that, as time goes by, it becomes more difficult to reach answers or results, it continues to investigate the case, through a team from the Porto directory, with Pedro do Carmo saying that "still There is reason to hope. "

    The disappearance of Maddie continues to be investigated by the PJ and the Metropolitan Police, and in the words of the Deputy Director of Police, "a close relationship of cooperation, but with separation between the teams and degree of independence."

    The fact that the mystery remained ten years ago leads Pedro do Carmo to admit that this case is "a stone in the shoe of the PJ" and that it is still premature to make an analysis of how the whole process of investigation has run.

    On May 3, 2007, three-year-old Maddie disappeared from her bedroom with her two younger brothers and sisters in a holiday apartment in the Algarve.

    At the outset of the investigation, the PJ came to constitute as defendant Robert Murat, a Briton who lived near the Ocean Club and who had participated in the searches and was an interpreter of GNR and PJ.

    In September Maddie's parents, both doctors, are questioned in the PJ of Portimão and constituted defendants.

    On 21 July 2008, the Public Prosecutor's Office decided to close the investigation and remove the accused from the McCanns and Robert Murat, stating that the case could be reopened if "new evidence" arose.

    The investigation was reopened and the terms of the Portimão section of the Department of Criminal Investigation and Action (DIAP) of Faro, and, as the owner of the criminal action, the Public Prosecutor's Office directs and monitors all steps, Lusa told the Attorney General's Office. Republic.

    https://www.publico.pt/2017/04/29/sociedade/noticia/caso-maddie-dez-anos-depois-pj-nega-pressoes-politicas-1770459


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