Just five hours in May

What really happened to Madeleine Beth McCann?

User Tools

Site Tools


Index of Files

Non-English speaker may get help by Google Website translation. Translate to every language, like Portuguese, German or even Japanese:




js#bj-tango.png navbar


Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
what_to_do_list [2014/02/12 14:55]
heggi
what_to_do_list [2014/02/13 21:01] (current)
heggi
Line 7: Line 7:
 **1.) Waiting for Chance?** **1.) Waiting for Chance?**
  
-If a case doesn’t move due to lack of knowledge or just lack of actual intention of the involved parties sometimes the best to do is indeed just waiting for changes. Often, sometimes by pure chance, there will arise a new push to the case by some occasion. This may be by political change as from changes of personal relations at the living circumstances of the known or unknown offenders as well. Indeed there are some chances of such things to happen in the case of Maddie. But waiting has one obstacle: The high possibility that one or more of the offenders out there will get away from it all just e.g. by dying from a natural reason in the meantime. Justice then just will come much to late.+If a case doesn’t move due to lack of knowledge or just lack of actual intention of the involved parties sometimes the best to do is indeed just waiting for changes. Often, sometimes by pure chance, there will arise a new push to the case by some occasion. This may be by political change as from changes of personal relations at the living circumstances of the known or unknown offenders as well. Indeed there are some chances of such things to happen in the case of Maddie. But waiting has one obstacle: The high possibility that one or more of the offenders out there will get away from it all just e.g. by dying from a natural reason in the meantime. ​->​[[http://​www.bbc.co.uk/​news/​uk-scotland-glasgow-west-25986419|Justice then just will come much to late.]]
  
 ---- ----
Line 42: Line 42:
   - That the purpose of the search will be seriously prejudiced if the police officer cannot have immediate access to the property upon arriving at the premises.   - That the purpose of the search will be seriously prejudiced if the police officer cannot have immediate access to the property upon arriving at the premises.
  
-This is but just the one side of the problem. The other side is the question, when will the police be forced from criminal or moral ethics to do such a house search? From the files and when the McCann’s got the status of suspects (arguido) September 2007, the case of “//A criminal offence of a sufficiently serious nature has been committed//​” was given for sure and substantiated by a lot of hard facts. It must be stressed here, that neither the hard facts have to, nor a house search does, prejudice any question of guilt in any way. But if such hard evidence for a serious crime is given, it is a must to do so. In September 2007 such a house search in Rothley was necessarily indicated, but it was never done.  **In May 2008 the British Prosecutor in [[leicestershire_police|Leicestershire]] stated that - The McCann will not be questioned by decision of the prosecutor, who considered the investigation a //“waste of time”**.//+This is but just the one side of the problem. The other side is the question, when will the police be forced from criminal or moral ethics to do such a house search? From the files and when the McCann’s got the status of suspects (arguido) September 2007, the case of “//A criminal offence of a sufficiently serious nature has been committed//​” was given for sure and substantiated by a lot of hard facts. It must be stressed here, that neither the hard facts have to, nor a house search does, prejudice any question of guilt in any way. But if such hard evidence for a serious crime is given, it is a must to do so. In September 2007 such a house search in Rothley was necessarily indicated, but it was never done.  **In May 2008 the British Prosecutor in [[leicestershire_police|Leicestershire]] stated that - The McCann will not be questioned by decision of the prosecutor, who considered the investigation a //“waste of time”//.**
 The question why this all did not happen, regardless of the question of guilt, has to be explained also in the far future to the Britisch public. And although today the effectiveness of such a house search in Rothley has to be questioned much, it is also known from forensic experience that even such “to late”-searches will have a good chance to be fruitful. The question why this all did not happen, regardless of the question of guilt, has to be explained also in the far future to the Britisch public. And although today the effectiveness of such a house search in Rothley has to be questioned much, it is also known from forensic experience that even such “to late”-searches will have a good chance to be fruitful.
  
Line 72: Line 72:
  
 ---- ----
-