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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 21:49

"Inspired" are you McCanns? or just taking advantage of just another golden opportunity? Given the latest breaking news on this case that has "inspired" you the fate of Jaycee Lee Dugard could have been very much more of a grim outcome.

Kidnap suspect's home searched for murder evidence

By TERRY COLLINS (AP) – 8 minutes ago

ANTIOCH, California — Authorities are searching the home where a man allegedly held a kidnapped girl captive for 18 years, looking for evidence in the murders of several prostitutes.

Contra Costa Sheriff's Department Capt. Daniel Terry said Friday police officers from the nearby city of Pittsburg executed a search warrant at Phillip Garrido's Antioch home for clues in the unsolved slayings.

Several of the murdered women's bodies were dumped near an industrial park where Garrido worked during the 1990s.

Garrido and his wife, Nancy, were charged Friday with kidnapping 11-year-old Jaycee Lee Dugard in 1991. Authorities say they held her and two children she had with Garrido as prisoners in a backyard encampment.

THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE.
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Post  jassi on Fri 28 Aug - 21:49

And then of course, there would have been hers shoes/sandals.
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Post  wjk on Fri 28 Aug - 21:51

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Post  kitti on Fri 28 Aug - 21:52

Nellie wrote:
Autumn wrote:Yes Nellie, more donations to pay the wages of the useless pair of clowns currently employed by the McCanns. Wherever the fund money is going, it certainly isnt being spent on searching for Madeleine.

We don't actually know this. The Barcelona lead made perfect sense to me. They still haven't traced the boat that left that night and didn't arrive were it was supposed to.
It was coincidence that the woman at the harbour had an Australian accent and there was an Australia boat in on the same night. The lead had to be followed. And no harm has been done.



How can you say NO harm has been done......an innocent persons name and picture has been plastered all over every newpaper from here to australia, i would say ALOT off harm has been done to these peoples reputations, dont you.
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 21:55

hope? where is the precedent for a 3 year old to be abducted and found years later? little i fear but i don't know, it's always early teens this happens to
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Post  kitti on Fri 28 Aug - 22:14

How can you be inspired by a person that was abused daily.
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 22:17

there is no inspiring at all............just hope if it happens you will get your child back
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Post  Christine on Fri 28 Aug - 22:17

Did they add the Paypall button?
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Post  kitti on Fri 28 Aug - 22:18

Im losing the will to live.......


woof...woof............


KNOWBODY WANTS MADELEINE TO BE DECEASED....but the dogs have proved it.
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 22:22

Ah...the typical brainwashing response:

"LISTEN PEOPLE!!! WE DID TELL YOU THE TRUTH! MADDIE IS ALIVE AND WE WILL SHOUT SO LOUD THAT NOT ONLY WE WILL BELIEVE IT - YOU WILL TOO!!!"

Absolutely PREDICTABLE Mr McCann.
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 22:32

String wrote:I bet there were thousands who were convinced Jaycee's parents were involved in her disapperance as well. Unfortunately for people who think like that, they were shown up to be the callous, mocking, damaged people that they are.
here here lol lol

thats what it was
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Post  dazedandconfused on Fri 28 Aug - 22:33

String wrote:I bet there were thousands who were convinced Jaycee's parents were involved in her disapperance as well. Unfortunately for people who think like that, they were shown up to be the callous, mocking, damaged people that they are.

But how many times have these callous, mocking, damaged people been correct in their assumptions regarding other cases?
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Post  magicslipper on Fri 28 Aug - 22:36

Doesn't this tell you all you need to know about the Macs? Who else could be inspired when that poor girl has been through a living hell, words fail. Any normal parent would be saying yes, great that's she's alive but their heart goes iut to her parents and her. No parent would want their child to suffer like Jaycee has.
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 22:43

String wrote:I bet there were thousands who were convinced Jaycee's parents were involved in her disapperance as well. Unfortunately for people who think like that, they were shown up to be the callous, mocking, damaged people that they are.

Nope.
Not callous.
Not mocking.
Not damamged.

Just looking with my eyes open String. Are you opening your eyes or are you just saying, over and over, "Innocent until proven guilty" ??
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 22:51

[quote="Nellie"]
Autumn wrote:
Nellie wrote:
Autumn wrote:

No DNA that was specifically hers. Her pillow from home was an obvious choice.

Her toothbrush would have been an even better choice but, oddly enough, it had vanished. Perhaps, Nellie you can come up with an explanation as to why the 'abductor' left no DNA?

Lets not forget that, shortly after the 'abduction', the McCanns allowed everyone and uncle Tom Cobley to trample through the apartment, before the PJ arrived on the scene. Vital evidence was almost certainly lost or contaminated as a result.

It doesn't surprise me that the abductor left no DNA. He will have made good and sure not to.

The GNR allowed all and sundry to contaminate the scene. The GNR even contaminated it themselves.

So the abductor left no DNA?? What an excellent abdutor he is..!! NO DNA??? Almost a super-hero you might say!
But no toothbrush of maddies? You kinda brushed over that one...
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Post  magicslipper on Fri 28 Aug - 22:57

But no cadaver scent was smelt near Jaycee's parents nor did they smile happily and court the press or leave Jaycee alone aged 3, huge differences in my book
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 23:13

Nellie;
With respect, you cannot walk into a room and NOT leave DNA!!!!

Hair fallling out?? Flakes of skin which we shed TONS of everyday??

Are you serious? Why is he different??
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 23:23

tyra wrote:Great news but also horrific details to emerge, she had two daughters with this monster, the first one when she was 13, it's just amazing, the family must have gone through hell, the stepfather saw the abduction happen but was suspected for ages, there has been lots of malicious chatter on the internet (as usually happens with these emotive cases).

Just a note trya. There are two alleged monsters in this case so lets not be sexist

Phillip Garrido and his wife are charged with kidnapping and rape

August 28, 2009 | 2:13 pm

Garrido and his wife, Nancy, have been charged with more than two dozen criminal counts in connection with the abduction of an 11-year-old South Lake Tahoe girl in 1991.

Both were charged with multiple counts of rape, forcible lewd acts on a child and kidnapping for sexual purposes, El Dorado County prosecutors said. Each was also charged with more than a dozen special allegations that could bring them the death penalty if convicted.

The couple, wearing jail-issued red jumpsuits, appeared in El Dorado County Superior Court in Placerville for a brief hearing. Phillip Garrido appeared dazed, his eyebrows furrowed upward, while his wife, wearing black-rimmed glasses, wore her long dark hair flung to the side, hiding her face from more than a dozen TV and newspaper photographers in the courtroom.
Nancy Garrido’s attorney, Gilbert Maines, told reporters that he had not had a chance to review the complaint against his client and had no idea of her state of mind.

“You saw her,” he said. “She’s sitting in the jury box crying.”

The Garridos are being held without bail. Superior Court Judge Douglas Phimister set a court date for Sept. 14.

Garrido, 58, and his wife were arrested Wednesday in the 1991 abduction of Jaycee Lee Dugard and are suspected of holding her captive in the backyard of their Antioch home ever since. Garrido is believed to have fathered two daughters with Dugard, who is now 29. The girls are 11 and 15.

Garrido served time in federal and Nevada state prisons from 1977 to 1988 in connection with a kidnapping and sexual assault he committed in November 1976, according to Suzanne Pardee, a spokeswoman for the Nevada Department of Corrections.
Garrido was originally sentenced to 50 years in the case, Pardee said. He entered a federal prison in June 1977 and was transferred to a Nevada state prison in Carson City in January 1988. He was paroled to California on Aug. 26, 1988.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2009/08/garrido-and-wife-charged-with-kidnapping-and-rape.html

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Post  Christine on Fri 28 Aug - 23:32

Nellie wrote:
eddie wrote:Nellie;
With respect, you cannot walk into a room and NOT leave DNA!!!!

Hair fallling out?? Flakes of skin which we shed TONS of everyday??

Are you serious? Why is he different??

I do not believe that this is necessarily true. It would depend on how much care was taken and what he was wearing. And of course on what the PJ Forensic experts were looking for. You are talking at best of a needle in a haystack.

If he was the one described by Jane Tanner, it didn't look like he took care of not leaving DNA.......
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 23:35

Nellie wrote:
eddie wrote:Nellie;
With respect, you cannot walk into a room and NOT leave DNA!!!!

Hair fallling out?? Flakes of skin which we shed TONS of everyday??

Are you serious? Why is he different??

I do not believe that this is necessarily true. It would depend on how much care was taken and what he was wearing. And of course on what the PJ Forensic experts were looking for. You are talking at best of a needle in a haystack.

Really? I don't think so....The PJ looked at all DNA samples taken.
None were unaccounted for.

Do you think that's because maybe there wasn't an abductor?
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 23:45

So McCanns this is what "inspires" you?

Phillip Garrido and his wife are charged with kidnapping and rape

Garrido and his wife, Nancy, have been charged with more than two dozen criminal counts in connection with the abduction of an 11-year-old South Lake Tahoe girl in 1991.

Both were charged with multiple counts of rape, forcible lewd acts on a child and kidnapping for sexual purposes, El Dorado County prosecutors said. Each was also charged with more than a dozen special allegations that could bring them the death penalty if convicted.

http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/lanow/2009/08/garrido-and-wife-charged-with-kidnapping-and-rape.html
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 23:46

The apartment wasn;t cleaned on the 3rd - cos kate refused the maid?

The rest is here on threads - I am off now as I am really tired, speak soon, nice chatting to you
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Post  Guest on Fri 28 Aug - 23:48

I took it to mean that they were inspired that there was hope that they might get their daughter back like the parents of Jayceee. They will be far more aware than any of us what might have happened or might still be happening to their little girl. That in itself must drive them to near insanity.
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Post  Dimsie on Fri 28 Aug - 23:48

It was either an alien abduction or no abduction at all, because only the aliens can enter rooms and extract the occupants without leaving the slightest trace behind. It sure as hell wasn't done by any human.

I'm surprised Clarence isn't up to speed on this idea. What's he getting his £28000 a year or whatever it is for? Why do the McCanns need him to speak for them anyway - cat got their tongues?

Nellie, you may find what you're looking for at themaddiecasefiles.com or possibly at pamalam's site (sorry, don't have the link as I'm using a different computer tonight). Or maybe at mccannfiles.com.
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Post  lynn on Sat 29 Aug - 0:25

The finding of Jacee must be good news for the McCanns....something to hide behind sorry to say and just see their coffers fill up a bit more now.
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