McCanns and friends face new grilling as first quiz 'open to error', says senior officer

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McCanns and friends face new grilling as first quiz 'open to error', says senior officer

Post  candyfloss on Mon 02 Oct 2017, 9:32 am

McCanns and friends face new grilling as first quiz 'open to error', says senior officer


BRITISH police investigating Madeleine McCann’s disappearance could reinterview key witnesses, it has been claimed.

 by Jerry Lawton                                                               Published 2nd October 2017



A senior officer believes their original witness statements given to Portuguese detectives were lost in translation.
The Metropolitan Police investigation into what happened to the missing youngster has been awarded an extra £154,000 so it can continue for another six months.
So far Operation Grange has lasted six years and cost taxpayers £12million without a breakthrough

In that time, British detectives have neither interviewed Madeleine’s doctor parents Kate and Gerry nor the seven friends they were dining with in a tapas bar when the then three-year-old vanished.
But ex-Met Det Chief Inspector Colin Sutton said UK detectives should have re-interviewed them to determine if their original statements were accurate and if anything had been omitted that could crack the case.

He said: “I would conduct fresh interviews with all the key British witnesses. We’re talking about interviews given through an interpreter, written down in Portuguese and then translated back into English so officers from Grange can read them.
“The room for error would be enormous.”

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/649059/Madeleine-McCann-parents-friend-new-police-investigation

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Post  candyfloss on Mon 02 Oct 2017, 9:37 am

quote Colin Sutton from Daily Star:

He said: “I would conduct fresh interviews with all the key British witnesses. We’re talking about interviews given through an interpreter, written down in Portuguese and then translated back into English so officers from Grange can read them.
“The room for error would be enormous.”



Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes







Did we not hear that SY had paid out a huge amount to have their own translations. 

Have we heard anyone from McCann side every complain the transcripts are not correct.  Or in Kate's book, has she said anything? 

McCanns had their own translation done too, if originals were incorrect why did they not correct them publicly?

FINALLY, is Colin Sutton forgetting the rogatories with such a wealth of information were done in this country with British police officers!!

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Post  Heisenburg on Mon 02 Oct 2017, 9:50 am

candyfloss wrote:McCanns and friends face new grilling as first quiz 'open to error', says senior officer


BRITISH police investigating Madeleine McCann’s disappearance could reinterview key witnesses, it has been claimed.

 by Jerry Lawton                                                               Published 2nd October 2017



A senior officer believes their original witness statements given to Portuguese detectives were lost in translation.
The Metropolitan Police investigation into what happened to the missing youngster has been awarded an extra £154,000 so it can continue for another six months.
So far Operation Grange has lasted six years and cost taxpayers £12million without a breakthrough

In that time, British detectives have neither interviewed Madeleine’s doctor parents Kate and Gerry nor the seven friends they were dining with in a tapas bar when the then three-year-old vanished.
But ex-Met Det Chief Inspector Colin Sutton said UK detectives should have re-interviewed them to determine if their original statements were accurate and if anything had been omitted that could crack the case.

He said: “I would conduct fresh interviews with all the key British witnesses. We’re talking about interviews given through an interpreter, written down in Portuguese and then translated back into English so officers from Grange can read them.
“The room for error would be enormous.”

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/649059/Madeleine-McCann-parents-friend-new-police-investigation

Three things in that article suggests its crap.

Headline says "face new grilling"
Secondly "could face"
Third bit "should have".

Some one is having a squeaky bum time,OG are not telling any one any thing.
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Post  espeland on Mon 02 Oct 2017, 9:55 am

Respect to The Sun for printing this. They have obviously retained Colin Sutton's comments. I can see a major public outcry that, after such  a large expenditure, OG haven't yet interviewed the McCanns or the T7. I just hope that other MSM repeat the story.
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Post  unreorganised on Mon 02 Oct 2017, 10:08 am

espeland wrote:Respect to The Sun for printing this. They have obviously retained Colin Sutton's comments. I can see a major public outcry that, after such  a large expenditure, OG haven't yet interviewed the McCanns or the T7. I just hope that other MSM repeat the story.

It is really quite incredible though, isn't it?

If interviewed now, I wonder which of their various accounts of the truth they would go with.
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Post  chrissie on Mon 02 Oct 2017, 11:28 am

I hope this is true, eliminate what is impossible and then concentrate on what may have been possible.
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