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Post  Guest on Sun 29 Apr - 22:43

Dear God, a Portuguese woman in Portugal, how suspicious. Somebody should have called the police right away!

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Post  matthew on Sun 29 Apr - 23:00

Iris wrote:Dear God, a Portuguese woman in Portugal, how suspicious. Somebody should have called the police right away!

I know...you go abroad...& theres bloody foreigners everywhere






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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 29 Apr - 23:08

matthew wrote:
Iris wrote:Dear God, a Portuguese woman in Portugal, how suspicious. Somebody should have called the police right away!

I know...you go abroad...& theres bloody foreigners everywhere






It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't talk Foreign too!

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Post  Claudia79 on Sun 29 Apr - 23:21

AnnaEsse wrote:
matthew wrote:
Iris wrote:Dear God, a Portuguese woman in Portugal, how suspicious. Somebody should have called the police right away!

I know...you go abroad...& theres bloody foreigners everywhere






It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't talk Foreign too!

Or look foreign! Yikes!

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 29 Apr - 23:23

Claudia79 wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
matthew wrote:
Iris wrote:Dear God, a Portuguese woman in Portugal, how suspicious. Somebody should have called the police right away!

I know...you go abroad...& theres bloody foreigners everywhere






It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't talk Foreign too!

Or look foreign! Yikes!

You're right! Eeeek! They're all swarthy! And they eat funny food!

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Post  Claudia79 on Sun 29 Apr - 23:24

AnnaEsse wrote:
Claudia79 wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
matthew wrote:
Iris wrote:Dear God, a Portuguese woman in Portugal, how suspicious. Somebody should have called the police right away!

I know...you go abroad...& theres bloody foreigners everywhere






It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't talk Foreign too!

Or look foreign! Yikes!

You're right! Eeeek! They're all swarthy! And they eat funny food!

While they make phone calls!

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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 29 Apr - 23:26

Johnny Foreighner e-fit!



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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 29 Apr - 23:28

Claudia79 wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
Claudia79 wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
matthew wrote:

I know...you go abroad...& theres bloody foreigners everywhere






It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't talk Foreign too!

Or look foreign! Yikes!

You're right! Eeeek! They're all swarthy! And they eat funny food!



While they make phone calls!

Best to stay home then.

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Post  Claudia79 on Sun 29 Apr - 23:29

AnnaEsse wrote:Johnny Foreighner e-fit!




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Post  Claudia79 on Sun 29 Apr - 23:30

AnnaEsse wrote:
Claudia79 wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
Claudia79 wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:

It wouldn't be so bad if they didn't talk Foreign too!

Or look foreign! Yikes!

You're right! Eeeek! They're all swarthy! And they eat funny food!



While they make phone calls!

Best to stay home then.

Certainly!

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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  gilly4 on Sun 29 Apr - 23:40

Thank God though, that they have a sense of humor.

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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  matthew on Sun 29 Apr - 23:57

AnnaEsse wrote:Johnny Foreighner e-fit!



Dont give Jane Tanner any ideas please

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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  tanszi on Mon 30 Apr - 1:15

that is so funny, and fancy seeing Portuguese people in Portugal and actually speaking and on phones, or sitting on the tops of hills. So who were K and G spying on when they took to the hills and rocks, we're just missing a grassy knoll.jimo

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Post  Panda on Mon 30 Apr - 1:52

tanszi wrote:that is so funny, and fancy seeing Portuguese people in Portugal and actually speaking and on phones, or sitting on the tops of hills. So who were K and G spying on when they took to the hills and rocks, we're just missing a grassy knoll.jimo

Morning tanzi,

I think Redwood will come out of this with egg on his face, he should be far more discreet and not get involved in interviews and opinionating.

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Post  cherry1 on Mon 30 Apr - 2:12

Perhaps there was pampas grass on the hills and rocks!

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Post  jd16 on Mon 30 Apr - 2:18

tanszi wrote:that is so funny, and fancy seeing Portuguese people in Portugal and actually speaking and on phones, or sitting on the tops of hills. So who were K and G spying on when they took to the hills and rocks, we're just missing a grassy knoll.jimo

Did you know that Portugal even has a navy too!!

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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 30 Apr - 7:41

jd16 wrote:
tanszi wrote:that is so funny, and fancy seeing Portuguese people in Portugal and actually speaking and on phones, or sitting on the tops of hills. So who were K and G spying on when they took to the hills and rocks, we're just missing a grassy knoll.jimo

Did you know that Portugal even has a navy too!!

I hear they've even put the boats out to sea once or twice!

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Post  kitti on Mon 30 Apr - 7:50

They were def Portuguese as they were eating sardines.



If they had been French they would off had a string off onions round their neck.



And they weren't english either, the man didn't have white legs, brown socks and wear sandals.

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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 30 Apr - 7:55

kitti wrote:They were def Portuguese as they were eating sardines.



If they had been French they would off had a string off onions round their neck.



And they weren't english either, the man didn't have white legs, brown socks and wear sandals.

If they had been German, the man would have been eating a sausage and had a towel round his neck and have a notice sticking out of his pocket: "This deckchair is mine."

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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  ELI on Mon 30 Apr - 8:04

[quote="Panda"]MADELEINE MCCANN: THE LOST CLUES






Madeleine McCann as she might look today at nearly 9 years old




Sunday April 29,2012


By James Murray


CRUCIAL leads that could solve the mystery of Madeleine McCann’s disappearance are revealed today by the Sunday Express.




These vital clues were never followed up by the ­Portuguese police, according to Isabel Duarte, the ­Lisbon lawyer acting for Madeleine’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann.

Shortly after Madeleine was taken from Apartment 5A at the Ocean Club at Praia da Luz, five years ago this Thursday, a sniffer dog picked up her scent at a nearby car park.

Mrs Duarte said: “This was a significant moment at a critical time, yet there is very ­little about it in the police files. There doesn’t appear to have been any forensic work at the spot in the car park identified by the dog. More work should have been done.”


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Here you go Mrs Duarte, a bit of' forensics for you

From; United States Search & Rescue Task Force

“ The trailing dog is directed to find a specific person by following minute particles of human tissue or skin cells cast off by the person. These heavier-than-air particles, which contain this person's scent, will normally be close to the ground or on nearby foliage, so the trailing dog will frequently have its "nose the ground," unlike the air scent dog. “

“All humans, alive or dead, constantly emit microscopic particles bearing human scent”

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Post  Chris on Mon 30 Apr - 8:11

AnnaEsse wrote:
kitti wrote:They were def Portuguese as they were eating sardines.



If they had been French they would off had a string off onions round their neck.



And they weren't english either, the man didn't have white legs, brown socks and wear sandals.

If they had been German, the man would have been eating a sausage and had a towel round his neck and have a notice sticking out of his pocket: "This deckchair is mine."

An opportune time to remember how it should be done!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UKTwD32I90

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Post  Panda on Mon 30 Apr - 9:02

Chris wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
kitti wrote:They were def Portuguese as they were eating sardines.



If they had been French they would off had a string off onions round their neck.



And they weren't english either, the man didn't have white legs, brown socks and wear sandals.

If they had been German, the man would have been eating a sausage and had a towel round his neck and have a notice sticking out of his pocket: "This deckchair is mine."

An opportune time to remember how it should be done! :

Nice one Chris

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-UKTwD32I90

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Post  Panda on Mon 30 Apr - 9:08

[quote="ELI"]
Panda wrote:MADELEINE MCCANN: THE LOST CLUES






Madeleine McCann as she might look today at nearly 9 years old




Sunday April 29,2012


By James Murray


CRUCIAL leads that could solve the mystery of Madeleine McCann’s disappearance are revealed today by the Sunday Express.




These vital clues were never followed up by the ­Portuguese police, according to Isabel Duarte, the ­Lisbon lawyer acting for Madeleine’s parents, Kate and Gerry McCann.

Shortly after Madeleine was taken from Apartment 5A at the Ocean Club at Praia da Luz, five years ago this Thursday, a sniffer dog picked up her scent at a nearby car park.

Mrs Duarte said: “This was a significant moment at a critical time, yet there is very ­little about it in the police files. There doesn’t appear to have been any forensic work at the spot in the car park identified by the dog. More work should have been done.”


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Here you go Mrs Duarte, a bit of' forensics for you

From; United States Search & Rescue Task Force

“ The trailing dog is directed to find a specific person by following minute particles of human tissue or skin cells cast off by the person. These heavier-than-air particles, which contain this person's scent, will normally be close to the ground or on nearby foliage, so the trailing dog will frequently have its "nose the ground," unlike the air scent dog. “

“All humans, alive or dead, constantly emit microscopic particles bearing human scent”

Thanks Eli for trying to get this topic back on course.

Ms Duarte is apparently a top class Lawyer, but what we have seen so far, the histrionics at the Injunction and now some of her comments not doing any favours for her Clients, ignoring the Court ruling to return the books by a certain date, what next???

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Re: Sunday Express on-line 29/4/12

Post  tigger on Mon 30 Apr - 9:30

AnnaEsse wrote:
kitti wrote:They were def Portuguese as they were eating sardines.



If they had been French they would off had a string off onions round their neck.



And they weren't english either, the man didn't have white legs, brown socks and wear sandals.

If they had been German, the man would have been eating a sausage and had a towel round his neck and have a notice sticking out of his pocket: "This deckchair is mine."

O yes! I live close to the beach, hardly ever go there. But in summer the Germans dig a big hole in the sand, make seats out of wet sand, fix parasols and that bit of beach is theirs for the whole holiday! No-one else dares use these ....

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