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Post  AnnaEsse on Tue 28 Feb - 15:26

Keela wrote:
Autumn wrote:
kitti wrote:I'm surprised KM didn't say the blood found behind the sofa was hers that she got from a dog bite when she went jogging.


She's a bit slow there!


There was a bloody footprint from a shoe size 5-6 (right) found in their apartment. Kate claimed she was bitten on the right calf by a stray dog (being a dr wouldn't you have thought she would have gone to hosp to get a rabies jab)? So did she say this to cover for whatever may be found in the apartment? The print was tested but showed only a moderate match to Madeleine. Would this test have ruled out Kate?


A rabies jab would have been a good idea but for the poor defenceless dog! Imagine sinking your teeth into that calf

Yes, I think that dog should have had a very thorough check-up and immediate vaccination!

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Post  tigger on Tue 28 Feb - 16:18

If it was the dogs that got Maddie, Kate fluffed her lines:

Essential to get the complete story line out in the first sentence as in:

That dingo's got my baby!

They (paedophiles) have taken her! - should have been ' Those dogs got my Madeleine!'

Actually, the very early paedophilia story from TM may well have been a safety device:
In the early days/weeks the likelihood is that the body was kept in a freezer and probably not very far away.
In that case, it could still be found by the police - should that happen any 'injuries' could be blamed on the abductor.

Does anyone know what the first thing was that Baby Lisa's mother said?
Or the parents of JonBenet Ramsey?


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Re: Stray Dogs - A Possible explanation

Post  Autumn on Tue 28 Feb - 16:21

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Iris wrote:Nah. Dogs are notoriously unreliable. They can't be trusted to get anything right. Gerry says so, so it must be true.

The world's number 1 investigative journalist (!) Donal MacIntyre has also twittered recently that dogs are notoriously unreliable.

Someone should tweet that faded tv celebs hoping to make money by attaching themselves to this case, are usually notoriously unreliable.
I'm not on twitter but has anyone asked him about his ridiculous idea about there being 2 or 3 'abductors' in the apart. who, according to his fevered imagination, had even carried out a dummy run the night before?

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Post  T4two on Tue 28 Feb - 16:44

Autumn wrote:"Not Born Yesterday"]
Iris wrote:Nah. Dogs are notoriously unreliable. They can't be trusted to get anything right. Gerry says so, so it must be true

The world's number 1 investigative journalist (!) Donal MacIntyre has also twittered recently that dogs are notoriously unreliable.

Someone should tweet that faded tv celebs hoping to make money by attaching themselves to this case, are usually notoriously unreliable.
I'm not on twitter but has anyone asked him about his ridiculous idea about there being 2 or 3 'abductors' in the apart. who, according to his fevered imagination, had even carried out a dummy run the night before?


I bet the self-appointed expert on canine behaviour is kicking himself that he forgot to leave a piece of coconut shell in the wardrobe, behind the sofa, in the flower bed and in the hire car

As for Donal MacIntyre... what was it Cameron said two tweets make?

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Post  marxman on Tue 28 Feb - 18:11

Iris wrote:Nah. Dogs are notoriously unreliable. They can't be trusted to get anything right. Gerry says so, so it must be true.

Hi Iris, looking at it from a lateral thinking excercise.
things or people who can not be dependable to support
your view or tell lies and are prone to being honest
and truthful, maybe deemed to be 'notoriously unreliable'
from your point of view.

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Post  LJC on Tue 28 Feb - 23:40

Keela wrote:I see Lindy Chamberlain is hoping to get the courts to agree that her daughter was taken by a dingo and that she was in no way to blame for her disappearance. As far as I can see this could be the explanation to what happened to Madeleine. Kate did say that on a couple of her many jogs she encountered "packs" of stray dogs which were frightening. I put it to the jury that in actual fact a stray dog jumped through the window and carried Madeleine off. This would explain why the lichen on the windowsill was undistrubed. Dogs can jump and clear obstacles. Having got her out of the apartment he and his accomplicies (sp?) then carried her off never to be seen again. What do you think?

Yes and no Keela. I think the Chamberlain's daughter was a little baby? Madeleine would be much bigger so the dog/s would keep dropping her, or one would carry one end and one would carry the other, or they would give her a piggy back?

Seriously though, its certainly true a dog could have wandered in through the open patio doors and severly maul and injure a sleeping child who has been left unattended.

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Re: Stray Dogs - A Possible explanation

Post  Not Born Yesterday on Tue 28 Feb - 23:46

It's claimed that the patio doors were left unlocked - but not open - so that would not allow access to a dog. I don't think that even the McCanns could have dreamed up a story that the dogs did it!


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Re: Stray Dogs - A Possible explanation

Post  Keela on Wed 29 Feb - 13:06

LJC wrote:
Keela wrote:I see Lindy Chamberlain is hoping to get the courts to agree that her daughter was taken by a dingo and that she was in no way to blame for her disappearance. As far as I can see this could be the explanation to what happened to Madeleine. Kate did say that on a couple of her many jogs she encountered "packs" of stray dogs which were frightening. I put it to the jury that in actual fact a stray dog jumped through the window and carried Madeleine off. This would explain why the lichen on the windowsill was undistrubed. Dogs can jump and clear obstacles. Having got her out of the apartment he and his accomplicies (sp?) then carried her off never to be seen again. What do you think?

Yes and no Keela. I think the Chamberlain's daughter was a little baby? Madeleine would be much bigger so the dog/s would keep dropping her, or one would carry one end and one would carry the other, or they would give her a piggy back?

Seriously though, its certainly true a dog could have wandered in through the open patio doors and severly maul and injure a sleeping child who has been left unattended.


I think it would be a dog at each end or a very big dog!!! True that a dog could have wandered in through an open door but the chances of a stray dog doing this are nil. Stray dogs do not go into heavily populated areas like this. we encounter many on the beach when we take our dog for her run. There is only one which is a bit nowty and when we tell him to go away he does. The rest are friendly and only want to play. It isn't in a stray's nature to be openly aggressive as he relys on the humans around for food, which they do give.

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