Well apparently the anti-McCanns are up in arms again over this review. According to Joana Morais she posted on Facebook (screenshot) and MCF, which has been copied to the Missing Madeleine forum the following:
Guys, I have bad news. I was already suspicious that this PJ review was nothing more than an exercise in PR, thus the re-start of the 2010 campaign “(removed as I won’t publicise it)“. This was mainly due to watching Pedro do Carmo, stating that Oporto’s PJ special unit had been working on a review for the past year.
Last night, a TV show, that I’m about to start translating, has confirmed that said costly “review” exercise, is based exactly on Scotland Yard’s motives – I’m afraid that both we, the Portuguese, and you, the British people, are just financing vain and meaningless PR exercises from both our police forces.
Keep signing, sharing the petition, we must pressure the Portuguese authorities for the case to be reopened.
So could someone please explain this to me, because I can’t see how this is bad news? It can only be bad news for the people who want Madeleine McCann dead. For me it is good news because it proves to me that after reviewing all the evidence both the PJ at Porto and Scotland Yard believe Madeleine to be abducted. And as there has been no body found, there is a chance Madeleine McCann is still alive. To me that is good news.
Good news in respect that hopefully the PJ and Scotland Yard will uncover that lead that can find Madeleine McCann and reunite her with her family, so that they can start to rebuild their lives together. They know it will not be an easy road to take, but it is a far better road than the one they are on now, of not knowing where their missing daughter is.
But why I am I shocked, I shouldn’t be really because even yesterday, Pat Brown in her blog post made this comment because her metal detector didn’t bleep, flash and scream at her we have found a body.
If Maddie’s body were buried shallowly under the ground in a sports bag, metal rings attaching a strap or metal zippers (although zippers these days are almost all vinyl) could set off the metal detector. Unfortunately, it remained silent.
Friggin ghouls the bloody lot of them.