In this video you can see how Martin Grimes obviously set Madeleine's parents up together with PJ and this video proves it:
Martin Grimes concentrated only to Madeleine's parents car. His dog wasn't interested in Madeleine's parents car at all, but Martin Grimes called dog so many times back until it finally found "something" and barked. If this is not framing, what is?
The total time Martin Grimes spent on the first 4 vehicles is 44 seconds for the first three (less than 15 seconds each) and 2 minutes 7 seconds for the Madeleine's parents car (and there was Madeleine's poster in the car so Martin Grimes clearly knew whom this car belongs to).
Now we have found out that Ocean Club Cadaver Dogs Brought in by British Home Office Special Advisor Mark Harrison.
"I hadn't realised that the person who suggested that the dogs should search the McCann's Ocean Club apartment in July 2007 wasn't a Policeman at all, but a special advisor to the Home Office.
Mark Harrison MBE (previously Chief Inspector Mark Harrison) is the National Search Adviser, to the National Policing Improvement Agency and National Crime & Operations Faculty (NCOF)."
So as I said Martin Grimes couldn't set Madeleine's parents up without political support behind him and that's mean Gordon Brown and his cabinet were not able to be ignorant what Martin Grimes did.
They never wanted to help Madeleine's parents.
And there has been cover up in Jersey Case too:
"Jack Straw faced pressure yesterday to appoint an independent judge to oversee the child abuse investigation in Jersey, after police were prevented from charging two suspects.
Detectives said that there was sufficient evidence to charge the couple with serious sexual and physical assaults within the childcare system during the 1960s and 1970s. A member of the island's volunteer police force refused to do so after seeking legal advice from the office of Jersey's Attorney-General.
Politicians said that the Justice Secretary ought to use his powers to appoint an outside judge to Jersey because of the risk to the rule of law.
Jersey Police said that they had “no alternative” but to release the 70-year-old man and his 69-year-old wife, believed to have been foster parents."