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Post  margaret on Mon 10 Jan - 11:15

Thought l'd just add this here until mods wish to move it, shows up the McScams again

Jo's Mum Wants Role In TV Reconstruction

8:50am UK, Monday January 10, 2011

Graham Fitzgerald, Sky News Online

The mother of Joanna Yeates has offered to take part in a TV reconstruction of her daughter's last-known movements.

Joanna's body was found by a couple walking their dogs on Christmas morning

Theresa Yeates, 58, is keen to take on the role because she is of similar height and build to her daughter.

Her husband, David, 63, said: "My wife looks a bit similar to Jo and would like to take the part. I don't know whether the police will involve us at all."

Her request came as details of the supposedly final text message Miss Yeates, 25, sent on the night she disappeared in Bristol emerged.

Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"

He said he answered at 9.20pm that night - but never got a reply.

David and Theresa Yeates

David and Theresa Yeates lay flowers at the spot where Jo was found

Miss Yeates, a landscape architect, was last seen buying a pizza at a Tesco supermarket at 8.40pm.

Earlier she had lunch with her boyfriend Greg Reardon, 27, and later went for Christmas drinks at The Ram pub in Park Street with work colleagues.

She left at 8pm to make the 30-minute walk home to the flat she shared with Mr Reardon in Canynge Road, Clifton.

She was seen on CCTV in a Waitrose supermarket at the Clifton Triangle and then went to a Tesco Express in Clifton village where she bought the pizza.

Detectives said Miss Yeates had made it home because her shoes, coat, mobile phone, purse and keys were found there - although the pizza, the wrapping and its box are still missing.


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Something the McCanns or their awful friends never wanted to do, still when you're innocent there's no problem .
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Post  pennylane on Mon 10 Jan - 11:40

Thanks for posting margaret.


How very 'hurtful and unhelpful' is that?
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Post  MaryB on Mon 10 Jan - 12:50

Well I think it could be said that most people (well everyone really) would be absolutely wanting to do the reconstruction and help in any way they could. Well if I was police working on the case alarm bells would be ringing against anybody who was reluctant to take part in a reconstruction.
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Post  fedrules on Mon 10 Jan - 14:07

As I posted on the main Jo Yeates thread, there can be nothing more traumatic for a mother than to retrace her murdered daughter's last footsteps..and yet this mother is willing to put herself through this if it can help bring her daughter's killer to justice. Whta a contrast to the McCanns...
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Post  adrianm on Mon 10 Jan - 18:34


Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"


This seems buried in the article but isn't this kind of important...? We've been told she was looking forward to time on her own, doing some cooking etc. If the above is correct, it now appears she was hoping to have some company that evening.
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Post  jejune on Mon 10 Jan - 18:49

adrianm wrote:
Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"


This seems buried in the article but isn't this kind of important...? We've been told she was looking forward to time on her own, doing some cooking etc. If the above is correct, it now appears she was hoping to have some company that evening.


I can't help thinking that there's something in this. Not so much that he has any more information than he's given out to the police, or that Jo's boyfriend even knew about this text 'til now. There's no reason why he should. More, that it's realistic to expect people in long term relationships to eye up others and like the look of them. Jo was living with her boyfriend, but they weren't tied by parenthood, or marriage. Perhaps the relationship wasn't quite as perfect as we've been led to believe? As much as I eye up other men (and I'm on my second marriage, which is now 21 years old ), I wouldn't suggest a drink with a another man, after I've had a few in the pub, whilst my boyfriend's away visiting family.
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Post  sans_souci on Tue 11 Jan - 9:35

fedrules wrote:As I posted on the main Jo Yeates thread, there can be nothing more traumatic for a mother than to retrace her murdered daughter's last footsteps..and yet this mother is willing to put herself through this if it can help bring her daughter's killer to justice. Whta a contrast to the McCanns...

The other differences, of course, are that the police are not breaching their own rules of confidentiality by 'leaking' lurid details to the press, and they are not trying to stich her up as being involved.

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Post  pennylane on Tue 11 Jan - 9:37

sans_souci wrote:
fedrules wrote:As I posted on the main Jo Yeates thread, there can be nothing more traumatic for a mother than to retrace her murdered daughter's last footsteps..and yet this mother is willing to put herself through this if it can help bring her daughter's killer to justice. Whta a contrast to the McCanns...

The other differences, of course, are that the police are not breaching their own rules of confidentiality by 'leaking' lurid details to the press, and they are not trying to stich her up as being involved.

You've got more excuses than the McCanns - and that takes some doing, sans!
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Post  Roasted Arizona on Tue 11 Jan - 9:50

adrianm wrote:
Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"


This seems buried in the article but isn't this kind of important...? We've been told she was looking forward to time on her own, doing some cooking etc. If the above is correct, it now appears she was hoping to have some company that evening.

I noticed this yesterday and found it strange that the guy said, she didn't reply when he eventually replied to her, and he found that odd as she always got straight back to him. He said he realises now it was because she was probably already dead.

So how come the boyfriend didn't think it odd that she didn't get back to him....all weekend...?
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Post  margaret on Tue 11 Jan - 10:07

sans_souci wrote:
The other differences, of course, are that the police are not breaching their own rules of confidentiality by 'leaking' lurid details to the press, and they are not trying to stich her up as being involved.

Thought your heroes said everything that was 'leaked' wasn't true so how come they broke ANY confidentiality? (Oopsy Gerry!)

Did the police 'stich' (sic) them up or did the evidence just lead them to the McScams involvement??
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Post  kitti on Tue 11 Jan - 11:40

Sans.....the leaks came from him himself....Mitchell.


Get it right please in future.
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Post  Guest on Tue 11 Jan - 11:45

Roasted Arizona wrote:
adrianm wrote:
Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"


This seems buried in the article but isn't this kind of important...? We've been told she was looking forward to time on her own, doing some cooking etc. If the above is correct, it now appears she was hoping to have some company that evening.

I noticed this yesterday and found it strange that the guy said, she didn't reply when he eventually replied to her, and he found that odd as she always got straight back to him. He said he realises now it was because she was probably already dead.

So how come the boyfriend didn't think it odd that she didn't get back to him....all weekend...?

hmmm, that's a good point RA.
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Post  sans_souci on Tue 11 Jan - 13:23

kitti wrote:Sans.....the leaks came from him himself....Mitchell.


Get it right please in future.

Yes Kitti. And pigs might fly

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Post  Guest on Tue 11 Jan - 13:40

It doesn't seem like much to ask if there's even the tiniest chance of triggering a memory and catching the culprit. Certainly not something one can imagine any person (let alone parent) with nothing to hide refusing to do.
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Post  fedrules on Tue 11 Jan - 15:34

I wonder if this male was merely a friend or an ex ? As she hadn't seen him for about 2 years he may have been an ex as we tend to see friends more often..I agree with some that it may be that Greg and Jos' relationship was less rosy than it has been portrayed. However, it could equally mean that they were so confident about each other that they didn't mind if one or the other one occasionally hooked up with an ex. It is interesting that Jo chose to get in touch with this guy shortly after her boyfriend left for Sheffield..It may help police to narrow down the time of death.

As for Sans' comment, although I to some extent can see why the PJ's reconstruction didn't suit the McCanns and their cronies, you have to wonder why, if they were innocent, they didn't want to take part. Afterall, the PJ were only going by the timelines provided by the group themselves. It is hard to defend the decision not to return and take part in this reconstruction and , in my view, the reasons they were didn't want to do it was because it would make them look very neglectful, as well as exposing holes in their version of events. As others have pointed out, it was not the PJ's fault that various pieces of evidence showed the parents could be involved..
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Post  fedrules on Tue 11 Jan - 15:36

And another thing that has always intrigued me is why Crimewatch was never interested in making a programme about the McCann case. Was it merely because the crime took place in another country ?
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Post  Keela on Tue 11 Jan - 15:55

fedrules wrote:And another thing that has always intrigued me is why Crimewatch was never interested in making a programme about the McCann case. Was it merely because the crime took place in another country ?


They were probably not interested because Brian Rix isn't around to write the script. Can you imagine it, they wouldn't know how to start portraying which is supposed to have happened.
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Post  Angelique on Tue 11 Jan - 16:22

I agree that it's odd Crime Watch didn't even just ask for any witnesses at all who may have bee around PDL at the time - no harm in that. Wouldn't necessarily have had to follow any time-line - anyway would the details of the time-lines be available then.

It might be because of the 'mushroom effect' - everything and everyone is connected

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Post  Badboy on Tue 11 Jan - 17:27

fedrules wrote:And another thing that has always intrigued me is why Crimewatch was never interested in making a programme about the McCann case. Was it merely because the crime took place in another country ?
tHERE WAS A NEWS ARTICLE WHERETHE MCCANNS WERE ASKING FOR A CRIMEWATCH RECONSTRUCTION
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Post  ann_chovey on Tue 11 Jan - 18:45

Badboy wrote:
fedrules wrote:And another thing that has always intrigued me is why Crimewatch was never interested in making a programme about the McCann case. Was it merely because the crime took place in another country ?
tHERE WAS A NEWS ARTICLE WHERETHE MCCANNS WERE ASKING FOR A CRIMEWATCH RECONSTRUCTION

thanks Badboy for the reminder.....
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk/7336714.stm

Clarence Mitchell, the McCanns' spokesman, has said the couple will not return to Portugal for the anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance if they remain arguidos, or formal suspects.


Kate and Gerry would very much welcome a Crimewatch-style reconstruction

Clarence Mitchell
McCanns' spokesman
The couple have always denied any wrongdoing.

On the request for a reconstruction Mr Mitchell said: "Any requests made by Portuguese police via Kate and Gerry's lawyers are covered by Portuguese judicial secrecy and, as a result, I am not at liberty to discuss any details of any such proposals.

"However, Kate and Gerry would very much welcome a Crimewatch-style reconstruction which is properly broadcast for millions of people to see and could generate important new leads and fresh information.


I think they wanted it done 'their way' however, as usual.


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Post  fedrules on Wed 12 Jan - 11:28

How very 'hurtful and unhelpful' that Crimewatch don't seem to have been interested or thought it would serve no useful purpose apart from pushing the abduction theory..
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Post  Alpine Aster on Wed 12 Jan - 18:05

Roasted Arizona wrote:
adrianm wrote:
Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"


This seems buried in the article but isn't this kind of important...? We've been told she was looking forward to time on her own, doing some cooking etc. If the above is correct, it now appears she was hoping to have some company that evening.

I noticed this yesterday and found it strange that the guy said, she didn't reply when he eventually replied to her, and he found that odd as she always got straight back to him. He said he realises now it was because she was probably already dead.

So how come the boyfriend didn't think it odd that she didn't get back to him....all weekend...?

Good point there,
If the BF tried to phone or text Jo in the Four Hour's he was at the Flat before reporting Jo missing, he would have heard her mobile ring in the Flat as the mobile was in the Flat,unless the mobile has been had been switched off.
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Post  Alpine Aster on Wed 12 Jan - 18:06

Roasted Arizona wrote:
adrianm wrote:
Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"


This seems buried in the article but isn't this kind of important...? We've been told she was looking forward to time on her own, doing some cooking etc. If the above is correct, it now appears she was hoping to have some company that evening.

I noticed this yesterday and found it strange that the guy said, she didn't reply when he eventually replied to her, and he found that odd as she always got straight back to him. He said he realises now it was because she was probably already dead.

So how come the boyfriend didn't think it odd that she didn't get back to him....all weekend...?

Good point there,
If the BF tried to phone or text Jo in the Four Hour's he was at the Flat before reporting Jo missing, he would have heard her mobile ring in the Flat as the mobile was in the Flat,unless the mobile had been switched off.


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Post  margaret on Wed 12 Jan - 18:10

Alpine Aster wrote:
Roasted Arizona wrote:
adrianm wrote:
Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"


This seems buried in the article but isn't this kind of important...? We've been told she was looking forward to time on her own, doing some cooking etc. If the above is correct, it now appears she was hoping to have some company that evening.

I noticed this yesterday and found it strange that the guy said, she didn't reply when he eventually replied to her, and he found that odd as she always got straight back to him. He said he realises now it was because she was probably already dead.

So how come the boyfriend didn't think it odd that she didn't get back to him....all weekend...?

Good point there,
If the BF tried to phone or text Jo in the Four Hour's he was at the Flat before reporting Jo missing, he would have heard her mobile ring in the Flat as the mobile was in the Flat,unless the mobile has been had been switched off.

Good points,..... and wouldn't the mobile have been in full view, probably next to her purse and keys? I keep mine in the same place in the house, so does other half. The BF story doesn't really add up still.
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Post  Alpine Aster on Wed 12 Jan - 19:15

margaret wrote:
Alpine Aster wrote:
Roasted Arizona wrote:
adrianm wrote:
Friend Matthew Wood told The Sun he received a text from her at 8.20pm on December 17, saying: "Where are you? Do you fancy a drink?"


This seems buried in the article but isn't this kind of important...? We've been told she was looking forward to time on her own, doing some cooking etc. If the above is correct, it now appears she was hoping to have some company that evening.

I noticed this yesterday and found it strange that the guy said, she didn't reply when he eventually replied to her, and he found that odd as she always got straight back to him. He said he realises now it was because she was probably already dead.

So how come the boyfriend didn't think it odd that she didn't get back to him....all weekend...?

Good point there,
If the BF tried to phone or text Jo in the Four Hour's he was at the Flat before reporting Jo missing, he would have heard her mobile ring in the Flat as the mobile was in the Flat,unless the mobile has been had been switched off.

Good points,..... and wouldn't the mobile have been in full view, probably next to her purse and keys? I keep mine in the same place in the house, so does other half. The BF story doesn't really add up still.

The whole case does seem strange Margaret, the pizza for a start.

Greg Readon speaking below.
Then when I arrived home it was obvious our cat had been left on his own and was going mad. I waited up for her until about midnight and then when she didn't return I started to get really worried.

‘I went through her bag, which she had left on the table and found it had all the stuff she would need to take with her, things like her purse and her keys.

‘I called the police and reported her missing and also phoned her parents. Since then I haven't slept much.

End...

Maybe Jo's Mobile was in her handbag and had been switched off, but then again Jo sent a text to someone at 8.20 pm, asking if they wanted to have a drink, would Jo have switched her phone off though if she was waiting for a reply from the Person she sent a text to at 8.20 pm, about meeting up for a drink.

No reply at 9.20pm though when the Person texted Jo back.








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