After all, it was much simpler than we all thought. This morning, looking at the news, SIC Notícias, to be more precise, I heard my good old friends, Gerry and Kate, about their petition to review the process.
It seems that it had, at the time, 31,000 signatures.
Now, it should be around the 31,200 mark, or over it, I'm sure. Mine is one of them. I really would like this to go forward.
I really, really what to know who the legitimacy to make the decision to reviewt, as we’re talking about involving two different sovereign nations, and what exactly is going to be reviewed that hasn’t been reviewed a thousand times by the requestors.
A request for something impossible. Not because it hasn't been done before, but because, and they know it, it just can't be done.
But let's overlook that bit. They say, with apparent reason, that if you have two separate bits of a something, then the best thing to do is put them together so that you can get a clearer picture of the whole.
So very true, and completely unarguable. Just a question, and sorry to be a spoilsport… what two bits?
From where I stand, I see an investigation done on one side. That’s one bit, and that includes all statements heard in Portugal and all the statements done in the UK, by request. They're all in the PJ files, and as far as I know, that institution belongs to only one of the two said Countries.
So what other bit is there?
I can only see, and I’m not so sure that the McCanns want that reviewed, the forensic evidence that was apparently lost in some dark corridor in the UK. Do you really want to review that?
Oh, also, there’s the question of the missing blue bag, but that we do not know, yet, in which bit, here or there, is it stored.
Otherwise, what other bit does the UK hold that none of us know about?
So apparently it’s not understandable what is and why is it, being requested at all.
That is, you don’t only if you didn’t hear Kate McCann’s words “… this review is vital for the reopening…”
“Oh... woe is me, if only would I was able to do that so VITAL review... for without it, I find myself with my hands and feet absolutely tied up and COMPLETELY UNABLE to do what I SO MUCH WANT TO DO and have been so hard fighting and struggling for, and that is to REOPEN our missing daughter's file in the swiftest time possible! Damn the burocrats and their infamous and cruel burocracy!”.
No, neither of them said it… but I heard it loud and clear.