10 de maio de 2007

Bombo da Festa

A campanha do tablóide inglês "The Sun" contra a actuação da Polícia Judiciária, no caso do desaparecimento da menina inglesa no Algarve, continua, acentuando-se a cada dia que passa e a menina não aparece. Hoje chega ao cúmulo de afirmar que "Portugal é um paraíso para os pedófilos".
Todos nós sabemos que o combate à pedofilia poderá ainda não ser o ideal mas, após o caso Casa Pia, progressos foram feitos.
Os ingleses deveriam interrogar-se porque é que eles com polícias tão bons, com leis tão avançadas e métodos de investigação tão "updated" ainda possuem um número tão elevado de pedófilos no activo, de longe um dos mais elevados da Europa, e no caso das meninas desaparecidas em Manchester, que foram raptadas e assassinadas por um pedófilo inglês só conseguiram descobrir o que se passou ao fim de 4 meses.
O "The Sun" de hoje publica isto:
"Algarve 'haven' for paedophiles"
By MIKE SULLIVAN Crime EditorMAY 10, 2007
"THE hunt for abducted tot Madeleine McCann took on a grim new urgency last night as it emerged Portugal is a haven for paedophiles to prey on youngsters.
Portuguese police are now desperately trying to track down potential suspects from a blacklist provided by UK cops.
Their chief fear is that Maddie, three, was stolen to order by an international gang of perverts.
Unlike here, Portugal has NO sex offenders register — and its relaxed policing has made it a magnet for sun-seeking paedophiles from Britain and the rest of Europe.
Under tough British laws, anyone on our register of 30,000 sex criminals must inform cops if they plan to travel abroad.
That information has been used to compile names of at least 130 paedophiles known to be on Portugal’s Algarve coast, where Maddie, vanished a week ago.
Police hunting for missing Madeleine McCann were today scrutinising four pieces of “very useful” fresh information, Crimestoppers said.
The tip-offs came among hundreds of calls made from Portugal to a special UK number set up by the charity.
A spokeswoman said they have been passed to Leicestershire Police, who are working alongside Portuguese police on the case.
She declined to comment further on the nature of the information.
Crimestoppers have created the number, 44 1883 731 336, because of problems with routing phone calls from Portugal to its normal 0800 555 111 number.
Several child sex ring scandals have hit Portugal in recent years.
And Scotland Yard investigated reports of a ring of teachers visiting the Algarve to prey on young boys.
One senior British police source said: “We are the only country in Europe who keep a list of sexual offenders and maintain intelligence on their movements. We have given our information to the Portuguese.”
A Home Office spokesman said: “We are giving every possible assistance to our colleagues in Portugal. Everybody who is on the register must inform police of any foreign trip, including dates of travel and where they are staying.”
Last night it emerged that Portuguese cops were probing reports of a car containing up to four men driving “suspiciously” near the complex where Maddie went missing.
A local shopkeeper said she saw the car TWICE in a few days — once on the night of the snatch.
It was also revealed that a senior British policeman who worked on the kidnap and murder of schoolgirl Milly Dowler has flown to Portugal to assist in the hunt.
Detective Superintendent Graham Hill is attached to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), part of the Serious Organised Crime Agency set up a year ago. He previously worked for Surrey Police.
Milly, real name Amanda, was snatched near Walton railway station, Surrey, in 2002 while walking home from school. Her body was found six months later in a wood. No one has been charged.
Det Supt Hill also worked on the re-investigation into the murder of 14-year-old Roy Tutill. He was abducted in Chessington, Surrey, in 1968 and strangled.
Paedophile Brian Field was convicted of Roy’s murder in 2001.
A colleague of Det Supt Hill said: “Graham has great experience of investigating abductions of children.”
Another British expert, behavioural psychologist Joe Sullivan, has also been helping the hunt. He worked with Det Supt Hill on the Roy Tutill probe and advised officers on their interview strategy with Field.
Mr Sullivan, who also works for the CEOP, has wide experience of child sex murders and probing paedophile rings.
Mr Sullivan flew to the Algarve last week and returned to Britain yesterday. A source said: “He has many commitments but will be travelling back and forth to Portugal.”
Mr Hill and Mr Sullivan are regarded as the top brains in Europe on paedophile inquiries. Maddie, of Rothley, Leics, was taken by someone who broke into her bedroom at a Mark Warner holiday village in Praia da Luz as her parents Gerry and Kate, both 38, ate at a nearby restaurant.
Cops have drawn up a computer image of a Brit they want to quiz. He is described as white, 5ft 8ins, aged 35 to 40 with short dark hair.
But one person shown the picture by Portuguese detectives described it as “an egg with hair” because it did not have any facial details.
Officers have checked 500 apartments in and around Praia da Luz.
More than 100 people have been interviewed. And police have followed up 350 possible leads.
But the Portuguese investigation into Maddie’s disappearance has been widely criticised. Astonishingly, they have yet to issue their own photo or appeal to trace her.
Sources said last night that the hunt is about to be scaled down, because Portugal cannot afford it.
British law was tightened to restrict travel of paedophiles under the Sexual Offences Act, 2004.
Anybody on the sex offenders register spending three or more days abroad must give details to local police a week before they leave.
This gives the authorities time to inform foreign cops. But it is up to the host country to decide whether or not to monitor them."

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