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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Andrew on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 1:46 pm

No news is good news as the saying goes.

However I would like some news.

My patience is running thin.
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Châtelaine on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 2:28 pm

My patience is next to non-existent ...

But I'll hang on Wink
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Antonia on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 3:17 pm

I am quietly hopeful as we have heard nothing recently about more dodgy suspects...but I understand how others are losing patience.
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Guest on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 6:02 pm

Antonia wrote:I am quietly hopeful as we have heard nothing recently about more dodgy suspects...but I understand how others are losing patience.
I hope I am wrong but I think they are getting this tied as secure as they can one way or another. Nothing been put out recently because it will get everyone discussing it saying they got it wrong. Imo we will be expected to abide by their decisions which will come out bullet proof in their eyes.

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Re:Andy Redwood retires from the Met-New DCI Nicola Wall .

Post  costello on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 6:49 pm

My take on this is once the damages trial is out of the way(and hopefully with the correct result) things will fall into place. I think there will be a media explosion followed by the necessary arrests. Right now I think this is the calm before the storm. There seems to be too much happening around March/April time including Sonia Poulton's documentary which leads me to belief there will be no whitewash.
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Guest on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 6:57 pm

Really hope you are right but I cant see it .
What are the chances they are going to come up with,
not enough evidence ,they have no distinct suspect ,too much time has elapsed from the crime scene ,it will remain a mystery, we will keep the files open but scale it all down

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Re:Andy Redwood retires from the Met -New DCI Nicola Wall.

Post  costello on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 7:08 pm

Have faith Markus 2, I really don't think this would have gone this far if a whitewash was on the cards. Really like your new avatar.
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Guest on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 7:10 pm

costello wrote:Have faith Markus 2, I really don't think this would have gone this far if a whitewash was on the cards. Really like your new avatar.

So do I ,wonder who gave me that one. scratch

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  candyfloss on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 7:14 pm

Markus 2 wrote:
costello wrote:Have faith Markus 2, I really don't think this would have gone this far if a whitewash was on the cards. Really like your new avatar.

So do I ,wonder who gave me that one. scratch
I did, Markus Smile

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Guest on Mon 16 Feb 2015, 7:16 pm

Thanks I thought you might have Wink

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Guest on Tue 17 Feb 2015, 7:57 am

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2956442/MI5-halted-police-child-abuse-investigation-Victims-children-s-home-accuse-security-service-colluding-pro

Good they are exposing this now but doubt it will be acknowledged in the M.Mccann  case that  MI5  are involved in the cover up, maybe another fifty years down the line. Terrible abuse of power in this country.


MI5 AGENTS know what happened to missing Madeleine McCann but ... Mr Amaral responded: “Yes, we will, when MI5 opens the case files, ...

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Walt on Fri 18 Dec 2015, 2:26 pm

Nigh on 12 months now that DCI Wall took over,the most telling part is the silence,but has she over seen the closing or winding down,with the team now down to 4,its not an expanding investigation that's for sure.
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  froggy on Fri 18 Dec 2015, 2:39 pm

Doesn't sound as if it was a good career move, although if she is faithfully doing as she is told, why knows what her future may hold.
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  espeland on Fri 18 Dec 2015, 3:27 pm

if she is faithfully doing as she is told, why knows what her future may hold.

Quite. She has sworn her oath to the Queen, not Parliament or the people. Given that two Labour PMs got themselves involved for some reason and the current incumbent and his team are in no obvious rush to find the truth, I fear we will not hear much about the case for some considerable time. Unless, of course, Goncalo remains free to speak when his case is eventually finished.
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  bluebell on Fri 18 Dec 2015, 4:59 pm

I hadn't realised it was nearly a year since DCI Wall took over from A. Redwood.
I find that so depressing, no updates and the cutting down of staff doesn't bode well, it all seems to have been pushed into the background in a discreetly quiet fashion.

Nevertheless I have faith in Goncalo - and can only trust that he alone will somehow find the truth and let it be known.

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How did Andy Redwood know

Post  Mimi on Mon 01 Aug 2016, 8:16 pm

...... when he took on this case that `neither the parents or friends in the group are either persons of interest or suspects?

How could he have known that so early on?




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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  candyfloss on Mon 01 Aug 2016, 9:10 pm

He didn't, it is standard practice for any detective investigating a case to say this. He was not likely to say they were suspects now was he? Can you just imagine the media frenzy. The police never announce if someone is a suspect in any case unless they are a danger to the public and must be caught. Also as you said Mimi, it was early on, police should be open minded from the outset in any criminal investigation and follow leads, they do not jump to conclusions immediately.

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Mimi on Mon 01 Aug 2016, 9:11 pm

Must have been - which we all reckon on.

But such a stupid thing to say to the world when, surely, it`s impossible to know.

I would like an experienced detective to come on here and explain how it is possible to be so sure that certain people are not involved in a crime at the outset of the review/investigation.

And has there ever been a case in history where it was known from the outset that a certain person was not involved, unless they were round the other side of the world at the time of the crime - and even that`s not a sure thing.

Mimi: I had second thoughts and deleted my post to which your first sentence refers.

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Mimi on Mon 01 Aug 2016, 9:13 pm

candyfloss wrote:He didn't, it is standard practice for any detective investigating a case to say this.  He was not likely to say they were suspects now was he?  Can you just imagine the media frenzy.  The police never announce if someone is a suspect in any case unless they are a danger to the public and must be caught.  Also as you said Mimi,  it was early on, police should be open minded from the outset in any criminal investigation and follow leads, they do not jump to conclusions immediately.  

But do they normally state that someone is not a person of interest - surely they don`t say anything at all about names.

P.S. thought I`d answer you separately cos you had a point.

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  candyfloss on Mon 01 Aug 2016, 9:22 pm

I think he was answering a question, or was presuming to get the question, in any case it would certainly stop dead any further speculation by the papers and media.

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Heisenburg on Mon 01 Aug 2016, 9:43 pm

And on the flip side of that there is nothing to suggest in questioning Murat and others that they are suspects.
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Mimi on Mon 01 Aug 2016, 10:08 pm

It would be interesting to know if Operation Grange have even bothered to question the Tapas 9.

What an absolute pointless exercise if they haven`t, and a waste of over £12,000.000.

I`d like to know what Andy Redwood really thinks.  I see he`s got a new job with The Competition and Markets Authority.

"Currently working within the Cartels and Criminal Group as a Deputy Team Leader. Undertaken Colp Economic Crime Academy courses in Fraud Review & Management of Fraud."

https://uk.linkedin.com/pub/dir/Andy/Redwood

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/competition-and-markets-authority

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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Andrew on Fri 23 Jun 2017, 8:00 am

Move this article where see fit, mods:

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/820380/cyber-hack-justine-greening-greg-clark-police-russia-vladimir-putin-crime-password

It mentions Andy Redwood having his passwords hacked.

This is about the best place I can think of!
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Heisenburg on Fri 23 Jun 2017, 10:15 am

Andrew wrote:Move this article where see fit, mods:

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/820380/cyber-hack-justine-greening-greg-clark-police-russia-vladimir-putin-crime-password

It mentions Andy Redwood having his passwords hacked.

This is about the best place I can think of!

There are a couple of Russians in the McCann case aren't there?
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Re: DCI Andy Redwood

Post  Andrew on Fri 23 Jun 2017, 10:45 am

I would've liked to have seen what was on Redwoods computer regarding the MM case.

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