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Darth and Maddie

That the police have ended forensic work into the search for “missing” Madeleine McCann speaks volumes about Theresa May’s sheer lack of judgement

 

Yesterday, The Sunday Mirror reported that all forensic work into the search for “missing” Madeleine McCann is to stop. In doing so, British police have only confirmed all that we all already knew: This was an investigation that should have ended years ago and it is a disgrace that our new Prime Minister #DarthVader Theresa May continued to fund it so extravagantly and for so long.

 

Organised by Scotland Yard at the ridiculous cost of £12 million thus far (whilst searches for other missing children get next to nothing), Operation Grange is something that our former Home Secretary Theresa May surprisingly took beyond excessive interest in. She hosted a party in Downing Street attended by Madeleine McCann’s parents in Downing Street in 2012 with the “Chanel-clad” Lady Meyer and in the time since she has continued to be involved via charities called PACT and Action Against Abduction. Separately, Mrs May most recently approved an additional payment of £95,000 to fund the continued investigation into the “disappearance” of the missing child – whose parents paid for child care in the daytime but not at night back in 2007 – in April this year. The activities it funded achieved nothing.

 

It is simply a disgrace that such a large sum has been squandered on a hunt for one child and though Mrs May wasn’t involved from the very beginning of this somewhat curious story, it is something that has primarily been dealt with in her domain in office. Shame on her: Like with her appointment of three inappropriate individuals in succession to chair the investigation into historic abuse, this represents yet another fine example of her pathetic ability to judge the difference between the right and wrong course of action.

 

 

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