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Post  Annabel on Mon 9 Jan - 19:47

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Post  kitti on Tue 10 Jan - 7:18

If he had been a paedophile he would off been convicted he would of gone to prison and struck off.


But he didn't and he wasn't.

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Post  Autumn on Tue 10 Jan - 8:56

Extracts from Gerry McCann's blog, with relevant sections highlighted

Gerry McCann's blog 2007.06.19 Day 47
Unfortunately shortly after arriving in London I had my wallet stolen which meant I was running late. I did manage to get to all my meetings which ran late into the evening.

Gerry MCann's blog 2007.06.29 Day 57
Early rise this morning dropping off and picking up good friends from the airport. One of our friends from Amsterdam, who has been
actively campaigning to publicise Madeleine's disappearance, dropped in to see us for a couple of hours since he is on a golfing trip in the Algarve.
Our friends brought back my wallet which had been returned, needless to say minus the Sterling, although all my cards and €30 were still in it! It is good to have my driving license back and one or two other important things.


COMMENT: What thief returns a wallet containing 30 Euro ? What thief returns the wallet to McCanns home so a friend may return it to him in Portugal ?
McCann did not report the wallet stolen to police nor is there a record of him cancelling credit cards !

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/PAMELA_FENN.htm

Pamela Fenn the lady who lived above McCanns apartment

She also refers to the day of the 1st May 2007, when she was at home alone, at approximately 22.30 she heard a child cry, and that due the tone of the crying seemed to be a young child and not a baby of two years of age or younger.

Apart from the crying that continued for approximately one hour and fifteen minutes, and which got louder and more expressive, the child shouted ?Daddy, Daddy?, the witness had no doubt that the noise came from the floor below.

At about 23.45, an hour and fifteen minutes after the crying began, she heard the parents arrive, she did not see them, but she heard the patio doors open, she was quite worried as the crying had gone on for more than an hour and had gradually got worse.


http://steelmagnolia-mccannarchives.blogspot.com/2011/07/httpwww_27.html



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Post  Guest on Tue 10 Jan - 10:55

Why would Gerry, an educated Scot, spell it "license"?

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Post  AnnaEsse on Tue 10 Jan - 10:58

Iris wrote:Why would Gerry, an educated Scot, spell it "license"?

....or use the word 'thesis,' instead of 'theory,' or talk about people 'purporting,' a theory?

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Post  Guest on Tue 10 Jan - 11:02

AnnaEsse wrote:
Iris wrote:Why would Gerry, an educated Scot, spell it "license"?

....or use the word 'thesis,' instead of 'theory,' or talk about people 'purporting,' a theory?

Or capitalise "Sterling", I've never seen that before. IMHO this "blog" was written by an American, so someone who learned American (as opposed to British) English.

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Post  Guest on Tue 10 Jan - 11:03

Perhaps a Summative Overview would help us understand these nuances?

Anyone got a virtual flip-chart?

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Post  Autumn on Tue 10 Jan - 14:06


Quite a few strange things happened around this period. Wasn't this the trip where he supposedly saved someone's life on the plane.? And then there was the drunk in the road stuff when he arrived back in PDL,

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Post  Panda on Thu 12 Jan - 2:58

didn"t Gerry supposedly say he was more concerned about a photo of Madeleine in the Wallet?

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Post  Autumn on Thu 12 Jan - 3:29

Panda wrote:didn"t Gerry supposedly say he was more concerned about a photo of Madeleine in the Wallet?

The fact that there are conflicting reports about where he claims to have lost his wallet raises doubts about this story. And who had he arranged to meet up with on this trip?

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Post  Panda on Thu 12 Jan - 4:36

Autumn wrote:
Panda wrote:didn"t Gerry supposedly say he was more concerned about a photo of Madeleine in the Wallet?

The fact that there are conflicting reports about where he claims to have lost his wallet raises doubts about this story. And who had he arranged to meet up with on this trip?

Hi Autumn,

If it was only a few days after Madeleine went missing, probably Braithwaites in London who were setting up the Company and NatWest who were to
be the Bankers . I have often wondered why everything was set up in London and not Leicester where the McCanns Lived.

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Post  kitti on Thu 12 Jan - 7:45

So they did a detour to Leicester from Amsterdam to pick up his wallet?



Or were there other friends he picked up to, who were they?


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Post  Panda on Thu 12 Jan - 8:24

kitti wrote:So they did a detour to Leicester from Amsterdam to pick up his wallet?



Or were there other friends he picked up to, who were they?


Morning Kitti, what was he doing in Amsterdam? If someone DID find his wallet, or it was the person who nicked it......how did he know where Gerry
lived to send it?

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Post  kitti on Thu 12 Jan - 9:28

Didn't his driving licence have his old address on so the teeleef either sent it back their or someone else found it and sent it back.


Is there a copy off his driving licence in the files?


Who was the person from Amsterdam who visited GM?

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Post  Panda on Thu 12 Jan - 9:55

kitti wrote:Didn't his driving licence have his old address on so the teeleef either sent it back their or someone else found it and sent it back.


Is there a copy off his driving licence in the files?


Who was the person from Amsterdam who visited GM?

Morning Kitti,

I don"t know anything about Amsterdam , but seem to remember it was a friend or relative who delivered it to his home. His address must have been
on the Licence or something inside the wallet, so maybe the person who found it took it to the nearest Police Station and the Police sent it to the
Leicester Police Station to deliver and sign for.......that would make more sense, if he did lose the wallet.

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Post  Annabel on Thu 12 Jan - 10:18

"It is reported that the wallet was returned to the McCanns' previous address in Queniborough, in a stamped envelope, before being forwarded to the new address in Rothley. It is reported that the address was found listed/written/scrawled on a piece of paper inside the wallet.

Brian Kennedy, Kate's uncle, suggests that either the thief decided to return it themselves or a passer-by found the discarded wallet and decided to return it. A postmark suggested it was sent from London on June 22.

Gerry states in his blog that one of 'our friends' brought the wallet back to him in Praia da Luz, whilst they were visiting for the weekend. The 'friends' have remained unnamed".

http://missingmadeleine.forumotion.net/t9481p15-the-continuing-saga-of-the-disappearing-wallet?highlight=the+stolen+wallet

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Post  Autumn on Thu 12 Jan - 10:21

Panda wrote:
kitti wrote:Didn't his driving licence have his old address on so the teeleef either sent it back their or someone else found it and sent it back.


Is there a copy off his driving licence in the files?


Who was the person from Amsterdam who visited GM?

Morning Kitti,

I don"t know anything about Amsterdam , but seem to remember it was a friend or relative who delivered it to his home. His address must have been
on the Licence or something inside the wallet, so maybe the person who found it took it to the nearest Police Station and the Police sent it to the
Leicester Police Station to deliver and sign for.......that would make more sense, if he did lose the wallet.

Hi Kitti and Panda

From Gerry's Blogs about the return of his wallet. Can't find any mention of Amsterdam but sure it figured in this story somewhere.
29 June 2007

Gerry uses his blog to report the return of his wallet, minus the Sterling but with his driving licence, credit cards and €30 in cash still inside. He blogs that there were also 'one or two other important things' returned, which presumably refers to the "irreplaceable" photographs of Madeleine.

It is reported that the wallet was returned to the McCanns' previous address in Queniborough, in a stamped envelope, before being forwarded to the new address in Rothley. It is reported that the address was found listed/written/scrawled on a piece of paper inside the wallet.

Brian Kennedy, Kate's uncle, suggests that either the thief decided to return it themselves or a passer-by found the discarded wallet and decided to return it. A postmark suggested it was sent from London on June 22.

Gerry states in his blog that one of 'our friends' brought the wallet back to him in Praia da Luz, whilst they were visiting for the weekend. The 'friends' have remained unnamed.


http://www.mccannfiles.com/id178.html

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Post  margaret on Thu 12 Jan - 10:31

Autumn wrote:Extracts from Gerry McCann's blog, with relevant sections highlighted

Gerry MCann's blog 2007.06.29 Day 57
Early rise this morning dropping off and picking up good friends from the airport. One of our friends from Amsterdam, who has been actively campaigning to publicise Madeleine's disappearance, dropped in to see us for a couple of hours since he is on a golfing trip in the Algarve.
Our friends brought back my wallet which had been returned, needless to say minus the Sterling, although all my cards and €30 were still in it! It is good to have my driving license back and one or two other important things.


He didn't go to Amsterdam those friends came to him as they were in the Algarve on a golfing holiday.

Wonder what 'friends' bought his wallet back, the same one from Amsterdam? It's ambiguous, although the wallet did supposedly go to his old address was that an Amsterdam one?

As for the photos of Madeleine being 'irreplaceable' all photos are replaceable since they're took on digital cameras, and to be printed have to be downloaded on a computer.

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Post  Autumn on Thu 12 Jan - 10:43

margaret wrote:
Autumn wrote:Extracts from Gerry McCann's blog, with relevant sections highlighted

Gerry MCann's blog 2007.06.29 Day 57
Early rise this morning dropping off and picking up good friends from the airport. One of our friends from Amsterdam, who has been actively campaigning to publicise Madeleine's disappearance, dropped in to see us for a couple of hours since he is on a golfing trip in the Algarve.
Our friends brought back my wallet which had been returned, needless to say minus the Sterling, although all my cards and €30 were still in it! It is good to have my driving license back and one or two other important things.


He didn't go to Amsterdam those friends came to him as they were in the Algarve on a golfing holiday.

Wonder what 'friends' bought his wallet back, the same one from Amsterdam? It's ambiguous, although the wallet did supposedly go to his old address was that an Amsterdam one?

As for the photos of Madeleine being 'irreplaceable' all photos are replaceable since they're took on digital cameras, and to be printed have to be downloaded on a computer.


"It is reported that the wallet was returned to the McCanns' previous address in Queniborough, in a stamped envelope, before being forwarded to the new address in Rothley."

I agree Margaret its as clear as mud how he came to lose it or how it was returned to him. Well Gerry always maintained 'Confusion is good' and confusing it certainly is!

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Post  Guest on Thu 12 Jan - 10:48

Actually that phrase "confusion is good" has always been a cause of bewilderment.

Why on earth would a parent whose child had been abducted want to promote confusion?

It makes no sense at all.

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Post  margaret on Thu 12 Jan - 10:57

Autumn wrote:

"It is reported that the wallet was returned to the McCanns' previous address in Queniborough, in a stamped envelope, before being forwarded to the new address in Rothley."

I agree Margaret its as clear as mud how he came to lose it or how it was returned to him. Well Gerry always maintained 'Confusion is good' and confusing it certainly is!

Sorry Autumn l hadn't read the whole thread and can now see what you said.

Yep, confusion is good!

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Post  Bobsy on Thu 12 Jan - 11:02

margaret wrote:
Autumn wrote:Extracts from Gerry McCann's blog, with relevant sections highlighted

Gerry MCann's blog 2007.06.29 Day 57
Early rise this morning dropping off and picking up good friends from the airport. One of our friends from Amsterdam, who has been actively campaigning to publicise Madeleine's disappearance, dropped in to see us for a couple of hours since he is on a golfing trip in the Algarve.
Our friends brought back my wallet which had been returned, needless to say minus the Sterling, although all my cards and €30 were still in it! It is good to have my driving license back and one or two other important things.


He didn't go to Amsterdam those friends came to him as they were in the Algarve on a golfing holiday.

Wonder what 'friends' bought his wallet back, the same one from Amsterdam? It's ambiguous, although the wallet did supposedly go to his old address was that an Amsterdam one?

As for the photos of Madeleine being 'irreplaceable' all photos are replaceable since they're took on digital cameras, and to be printed have to be downloaded on a computer.
Morning everyone, How the devil did he drive a hire car without his license he would have been illegal . When did he hire the car again? Because he would need his license when taking out the hire contract.

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Post  Autumn on Thu 12 Jan - 11:16

Bobsy wrote:
margaret wrote:
Autumn wrote:Extracts from Gerry McCann's blog, with relevant sections highlighted

Gerry MCann's blog 2007.06.29 Day 57
Early rise this morning dropping off and picking up good friends from the airport. One of our friends from Amsterdam, who has been actively campaigning to publicise Madeleine's disappearance, dropped in to see us for a couple of hours since he is on a golfing trip in the Algarve.
Our friends brought back my wallet which had been returned, needless to say minus the Sterling, although all my cards and €30 were still in it! It is good to have my driving license back and one or two other important things.


He didn't go to Amsterdam those friends came to him as they were in the Algarve on a golfing holiday.

Wonder what 'friends' bought his wallet back, the same one from Amsterdam? It's ambiguous, although the wallet did supposedly go to his old address was that an Amsterdam one?

As for the photos of Madeleine being 'irreplaceable' all photos are replaceable since they're took on digital cameras, and to be printed have to be downloaded on a computer.
Morning everyone, How the devil did he drive a hire car without his license he would have been illegal . When did he hire the car again? Because he would need his license when taking out the hire contract.

Morning Bobsy

Hadn't thought of that How long was he without his licence?

Heres a link to Hire Car info on MCF

http://themaddiecasefiles.com/topic223.html?sid=1ad4834fc3a2977509c23cdd80d08dd5


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Post  Panda on Thu 12 Jan - 11:21

Autumn wrote:Extracts from Gerry McCann's blog, with relevant sections highlighted

Gerry MCann's blog 2007.06.29 Day 57
Early
rise this morning dropping off and picking up good friends from the
airport. One of our friends from Amsterdam, who has been actively
campaigning to publicise Madeleine's disappearance, dropped in to see us for a couple of hours since he is on a golfing trip in the Algarve.
Our friends brought back my
wallet which had been returned, needless to say minus the Sterling,
although all my cards and €30 were still in it! It is good to have my
driving license back and one or two other important things.


Thanks Autumn, that clears it up,,,,,,,but why go through such a laborious process to mention how his wallet was stolen, did Joe Public really want to
know?

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Post  jeanmonroe on Thu 12 Jan - 11:44

Gerry MCann's blog 2007.06.29 Day 57
Early rise this morning dropping off and picking up good friends from the
airport. One of our friends from Amsterdam, who has been actively
campaigning to publicise Madeleine's DISAPPEARANCE,

Surely Gerry meant to say,

"publicise Madeleine's ABDUCTION, AB..bloody...DUCTION!"

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