They Should Have Called It Operation Drain…

The operation to find Madeleine McCann is set to receive

A closure notice? Well, no. Of course not!

another cash boost, on top of the £11 million already pledged in the hunt for the missing girl.

At a time when police forces everywhere are supposedly stretched by coronavirus, too.

Detectives have requested extra money to continue their investigation into the disappearance of the toddler in Portugal back in 2007, according to The Sun.

Funds for Operation Grange will expire at the end of the month but it’s suggested more resources to ensure the search continues should not be an issue.

They should be.

3 comments for “They Should Have Called It Operation Drain…

  1. April 3, 2020 at 2:32 pm

    The tag Razor-wrist-will-to-live just about says it all: really!

  2. john in cheshire
    April 4, 2020 at 2:13 pm

    Does anyone know the real underlying reason for this investigation to still be active?

    As you say, the police must have more pressing cases that need to be investigated.

    Who actually is benefiting from this investigation and all of the money spent on it?

    • Andy5759
      April 4, 2020 at 8:02 pm

      The fact that the investigation is still ongoing begs two questions. Who benefits, as you ask John. The other question is who stands to lose. After all this time a huge amount of evidence/intel has been gathered. We know, or at least suspect, that there are organised paedophile rings. Are they closing in on something? If they are then using an age old case as cover would make sense. I have an open mind and am not concerned about the continued costs, yet.

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