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Shocking emails between Tapas 7 and Stuart Prior of Leicestershire Constabulary


It seems as though the Tapas 7 are the best of buddies with, 'Stuart' Prior, the Detective Superintendent of Leicestershire Constabulary - the police force who were supposed to be 'helping' the PJ with their investigation. No wonder the Leicestershire Police link their website to their fraudulent fund.

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Email sent to the PJ from Graham Michael

19 March 2008 16:39

(processo/16 - VOLUME XVIa.pdf P84, 85 )

Dear Ricardo,

I refer to our recent telephone call conversations and can confirm that we will starting the interview process w/c 7th April 2008. I hope the e-mail sent on Thursday 13th March helps with your arrangements for your accommodation.

I am in receipt of your e-mail regarding further questions for John Lowe at the FSS and I will forward them for him to answer.

As discussed on Friday, we have made contact with the holiday group ( Paynes, Webster, O'Brien, Tanner, Oldfield, Manpilly ) regarding their availability for the proposed dates for a re-enactment in Portugal. We are still awaiting response from Jeremy Wilkins.

Before they will fully commit to attending they have the following questions that they reguest are answered:-

1 - Why do the PJ want them to take part in the re-enactment?
2 - What is the aim, what are the PJ trying to achieve with the re-enactment?
3 - Why so close to the anniversary?
4 - Why don't the PJ use actors?
5 - Will the footage of the re-enactment be released to the press/TV etc?
6 - What protection is there for the friends in relation to the media coverage/likely frenzy?

Would you please speak with the Director regarding these questions and consider how you would like us to respond. I would be grateful for a prompt response as this will hopefully ensure that the witnesses are available to attend.

Yours Sincerely

Mick Graham
Detective Inspector
Major Crime Unit



Response from Fiona and David Payne:


"Following great consideration, we regret to inform you that we do not wish to attend the proposed re-enactment in Portugal."


Leave No Stone Unturned



All emails between the Tapas 7 and police declining participation in the reconstruction of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, posted at The 3 Arguidos, taken from the DVD of the police file: The cancelled re-enactment


Tapas 7 outside The High Court after being rewarded for child neglect


Email from Russel O'Brien to Stuart Prior 10 May 2008 14:56

(Processo/16 - VOLUME XVIa.pdf P183,184,185)

Dear Stuart.

Apologies for the late reply.

We gather now that at least Jez Wilkins, Matt and Rach and Dave/Fi are not going/able to make the re-enactment. Given the prosecutor's requirement for all to be in attendance or none at all, and the absolute nature of the planned date, the decision appears to be academic ...

I hope you are well.

Best wishes,

Russel & Jane

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Tapas 7 would have been arrested if they'd been Portuguese - 24 Horas

The presence of Inspector Stuart Prior of Leicestershire Constabulary, in Portugal, was to avoid the imprisonment of the McCanns

Leicester police allowed Russell O'Brien to read his wifes statement before questioning

The interrogations of the McCann and the nervousness of the British police

British government involvement in Maddie's case

Abuse of Power articles

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