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Post by honestbroker1 » Fri Nov 02, 2018 8:37 am

Grime lied.

His profile is not dated.

Mark Harrison's profile is dated

23 July 2007

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/P9/09_VO ... e_2224.jpg

Martin Grime's profile is undated

https://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/VOLU ... o_2262.jpg

Why?

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Post by honestbroker1 » Mon Nov 05, 2018 9:41 am

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/ANALY ... OLUMES.htm

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It should be noted the report made by the trainer /owner of these dogs.
Trainer/owner.

The semantically correct description of freelance Martin Grime.

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Post by honestbroker1 » Mon Mar 02, 2020 2:21 pm

This is interesting:

https://www.crime-scene-investigator.ne ... rdogs.html
Each investigation must be handled as though the area(s) to be searched will be a crime scene. Not only must an accurate written record of the HRD team activities be made, but the team must conduct their search so as not to disturb or alter crime scene evidence. For example, some of the techniques used by conscientious HRD teams include use of canines that display a passive trained alert behavior when locating the odor of human remains. The passive response might consist of the dog assuming a supine position or sitting as close as it can get to the source of the odor. The passive alert involves no action on the part of either team member that would destroy evidence. It is also critical that the HRD team recognize the functions of other specialty units involved as a death investigation progresses. Not only must the team endeavor not to damage anything during their part of the investigation, they must utilize flags or other recognizable means of marking sites requiring further investigation and communicate their needs and methods clearly. A written record as well as a verbal explanation of the HRD teams methods or findings should be provided to the lead investigator(s) and crime scene specialist. Mutual respect must be practiced by all investigative counterparts if a search is going to be fruitful and evidence obtained therefrom be of value in future court proceedings.
I'm unsure that dogs trampling all over stuff and one dog picking stuff up in its mouth (as witnessed at PdL with Eddie and Keela) counts?

The criticism of Grime at PdL (distinct from Eddie) is that Eddie had an alert response (continuous barking) not precise enough to indicate exactly what, in the gym and the inspection of clothing, he was alerting to; also that both dogs trampled over stuff and one picked stuff up in its mouth.

Neither dog at PdL should have been used to inspect clothing. Keela not, because, even though none was, had Madeleine's blood been found in minute traces on any clothing, that would not have been remotely incriminating. And Eddie did not possess an alert sufficiently precise to indicate individual items of clothing he might, or might not, have been alerting to.

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Post by honestbroker1 » Sat Apr 11, 2020 3:19 pm

Another clue of Grime's status in PdL.

Grime claims in his profile to be a 'subject matter' expert.

Subject matter expertise is something applicable to businesses:

https://www.thebalancecareers.com/subje ... rt-2275099

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Post by honestbroker1 » Thu Aug 13, 2020 10:08 am

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Post by honestbroker1 » Thu Aug 13, 2020 10:19 am

G-unit at UK InJustice :
People choose to ignore what Mark Harrison told the PJ before Eddie alerted to McCann related areas and items.

Deploy the EVRD to search the house and garden to ensure Madeleine McCann's remains are not present. The dog may also indicate if a body has been stored in the recent past and then moved off the property, though this is not evidential merely intelligence.
https://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/MARK_HARRISON.htm

It seems to me incomprehensible that the PJ should be told that but be expected to forget it when the alerts pointed to something having happened in 5A.
What people choose to ignore is Mark Harrison's retrospective summary of all searches AFTER witnessing all of them.

He expressly omitted reference to Grime and his dogs in all EXCEPT those inspections he (Mark Harrison) originally recommended: (more in a edit)



The timeline of these searches was as follows:


On 31-07-07 the PJ conducted canine searches with a search warrant at apartments in Praia da Luz that had been previously occupied by the McCanns and their friends. [the holiday apartments].



On 01-08-07 the PJ and GNR assisted by a canine, conducted searches on the eastern beach and wasteland in Praia da Luz.



On 02-08-07 the PJ conducted a search warrant at a villa in Praia da Luz currently occupied by the McCann family.



Later the same day PJ officers conducted a screening procedure involving items removed from the McCann’s villa.



On 03-08-07 PJ and GNR officers were given instruction based on translated extracts from NPIA doctrine on search management and procedures. This focused on search procedures relating to buildings and vehicles.



On 04-08-07 and 05-08-07 a search warrant was executed at the villa and gardens belonging to the PJ suspect Robert Murat. This search involved both PJ and GNR personnel supported by civil defence, geophysical equipment operators and a canine handler.



On 06-08-07 ten vehicles were searched associated to the enquiry.



On 07-08-07 the western beach and remaining wasteland areas were searched using canine and GNR personnel.



On 08-08-07 the drains around the apartment block where Madeleine McCann disappeared from were subject to a visual inspection by PJ officers.
Mark Harrison gives no clue who took part in the inspection of vehicles. That is because he never wanted any except those vehicles of Robert Murat to be inspected.

He makes no reference to Grime or his dogs in the 'inspection' of the McCanns' rented villa. Mark Harrison never wanted it inspected in the first place, because Madeleine never lived there.

MH gives no clue who took part in the 'inspection' at the gym, to re-test clothing already ignored once by both dogs in the villa.

Grime never had, at least, a cadaver dog, trained to inspect clothing.

Mark Harrison waited until AFTER both inspections at villa and gym to issue PJ personnel with translated NPIA instructions on how to conduct inspections of/in buildings and vehicles.

That is because Mark Harrison witnessed rank bad practise in the inspections conducted under his gaze.

On a separate note, G-Unit was earlier berating others for their 'obsession' with the McCann case.

G-Unit is steaming up fast to 23,000 posts on UK Justice, at least the majority on the McCann case.

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Post by honestbroker1 » Thu Aug 13, 2020 3:08 pm

Perhaps the most recent corruption to the official files of the version of them on line.

At one time, Mark Harrison's report as, I've not the slightest doubt, he, originally, wrote it said simply that two dogs were deployed.

Now his report has Mark Harrison (apparently) describing freelance Martin Grime's private working pets Eddie and Keela as police dogs:

During the searches two Police dogs were deployed and although it has been stated that no physical remains were located in the area these dogs did give indications in several areas.

When was that corruption introduced?

https://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/MARK_HARRISON.htm

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Post by honestbroker1 » Wed Aug 26, 2020 11:43 pm

(Mark Harrison):
The output of this process of reconnaissance and review was a written document entitled “Madeleine McCann Search Decision Support Document” (see appendix 2) and submitted to the PJ with copies supplied to Leicestershire Police and NPIA on 23-07-07.

It recommended considering re searching:



- All accommodation occupied by the McCann family and their friends as well as any hired vehicles.

- The villa and garden occupied by Robert Murat and any vehicles he had access to.

- Areas of wasteland adjacent to Murat’s and the McCann’s apartment.

- Areas of the beach in Praia da Luz.

- A portion of the coastline east of Praia da Luz.



These recommendations were based on the fact that these areas had not been previously searched with the specific intent to locate Madeleine McCann’s concealed and deceased body and that the areas recommended afforded likely and obvious places to consider for concealment in such an investigation.
Whose idea was it to look for Madeleine's' "concealed and deceased remains" in the Renault Scenic, hired 3 weeks AFTER Madeleine's abduction, and their rented villa, moved into long AFTER a full-scale police and civilian search for Madeleine?

I'll give you a clue.

It wasn't Mark Harrison's.

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