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Post  pm on Wed 11 Feb - 11:01

On February 10, Rosie said...
Why did the Leicester police feel obliged to inform the Mccanns of the diligences of the P.J. in connection to the FSS in England? Is this current practice, for suspects to be told of what the police is or is not doing? If the disappearance had happened in England, I mean, if it was a british police investigation, would they be informed of the who/what/when movements of the british police? I think not!
One again we have to agree with the suspicions of G.Amaral, that the british police was working for the Mccanns...

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Post  Guest on Wed 11 Feb - 11:09

pm wrote:On February 10, Rosie said...
Why did the Leicester police feel obliged to inform the Mccanns of the diligences of the P.J. in connection to the FSS in England? Is this current practice, for suspects to be told of what the police is or is not doing? If the disappearance had happened in England, I mean, if it was a british police investigation, would they be informed of the who/what/when movements of the british police? I think not!
One again we have to agree with the suspicions of G.Amaral, that the british police was working for the Mccanns...


Good morning Paula! :Hiya:

It could just be that the British were "covering up" for their own. No offence to anyone here. But if they felt that the McCanns were "victims" of a miscarriage of justice, then they deliberately did everything they could, to stall the investigation, simply because they were "protecting" two of their citizens. IMO.

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Re: Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  Guest on Wed 11 Feb - 11:17

pm wrote:On February 10, Rosie said...
Why did the Leicester police feel obliged to inform the Mccanns of the diligences of the P.J. in connection to the FSS in England? Is this current practice, for suspects to be told of what the police is or is not doing? If the disappearance had happened in England, I mean, if it was a british police investigation, would they be informed of the who/what/when movements of the british police? I think not!
One again we have to agree with the suspicions of G.Amaral, that the british police was working for the Mccanns...

No they wouldnt be informed and they shouldnt be informed and if they are informed then the police should be held accountable if they ever get imprisoned for their crime.

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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Thu 12 Feb - 9:09

"Any parent would do anything they could for their child. And we're just doing what we feel is the best thing for Madeleine. Some people say the publicity will be harmful, that she'll be hidden away because of it. But what can you do - sit and do nothing?"

Kate McCann, to 'The People', 05.08.2007

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Post  Guest on Thu 12 Feb - 10:42

pm wrote:"Any parent would do anything they could for their child. And we're just doing what we feel is the best thing for Madeleine. Some people say the publicity will be harmful, that she'll be hidden away because of it. But what can you do - sit and do nothing?"

Kate McCann, to 'The People', 05.08.2007

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No Kate you can sit and beg for money through a fund and website.

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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Fri 13 Feb - 10:20

"Finally we would like to thank the media for respecting our privacy especially that of Madeleine's little brother and sister."

Gerry McCann, in a public statement on the 5th of May 2007



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Post  Guest on Fri 13 Feb - 10:22

You cannot expect the press to respect your privacy if you keep asking them to print stories about you when it suits you Gerry.

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Post  pm on Fri 13 Feb - 10:31

Dogwood wrote:You cannot expect the press to respect your privacy if you keep asking them to print stories about you when it suits you Gerry.

exactly

is impossible to say: now i want you, now i don´t

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Post  pm on Sat 14 Feb - 9:04

And looking at the picture no one would guess they had just lost their three year old daughter supposedly to paedophilles

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Post  Guest on Sat 14 Feb - 9:55

pm wrote:And looking at the picture no one would guess they had just lost their three year old daughter supposedly to paedophilles

EXACTLY. And that is why I posted on the other thread that from the first few days, the parents looked relieved. IMO absolutely impossible to do if you thought your child was being harmed.

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Re: Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  Guest on Sat 14 Feb - 13:24

pm wrote:"Finally we would like to thank the media for respecting our privacy especially that of Madeleine's little brother and sister."

Gerry McCann, in a public statement on the 5th of May 2007


That looks like an advert for *happy families*

If only we didnt know better.

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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Mon 16 Feb - 10:02

"I have 150 men looking for the girl. At first it was just a missing girl case. Now I can assure you it was a kidnapping. We have evidence of this. Yes, we believe she is still alive and still in Portugal. We do have witnesses. They have given evidence but I can't reveal much more."

Guilhermino Encarnação, Joint Director and head of the Portimao Directory of the Polícia Judiciária, in 'This is London', 06.05.2007

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Re: Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  Guest on Mon 16 Feb - 13:18

pm wrote:"I have 150 men looking for the girl. At first it was just a missing girl case. Now I can assure you it was a kidnapping. We have evidence of this. Yes, we believe she is still alive and still in Portugal. We do have witnesses. They have given evidence but I can't reveal much more."

Guilhermino Encarnação, Joint Director and head of the Portimao Directory of the Polícia Judiciária, in 'This is London', 06.05.2007

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Was this evidence when Gerry was sucking his lollipop and discussing sports with his friends?

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Post  pm on Mon 16 Feb - 15:12

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pm wrote:"I have 150 men looking for the girl. At first it was just a missing girl case. Now I can assure you it was a kidnapping. We have evidence of this. Yes, we believe she is still alive and still in Portugal. We do have witnesses. They have given evidence but I can't reveal much more."

Guilhermino Encarnação, Joint Director and head of the Portimao Directory of the Polícia Judiciária, in 'This is London', 06.05.2007

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Was this evidence when Gerry was sucking his lollipop and discussing sports with his friends?

no, was the embaissor repeating that 1000 times ...per second

abduction, abduction, abduction

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Post  pm on Wed 18 Feb - 19:53

After a series of telephone conversations with Madeleine's father, Gerry McCann in recent days, the Chancellor requested assistance from the Foreign Office and the Home Office(...) Asked whether Brown had influenced the decision, Clarence Mitchell, a Foreign Office spokesman for the McCann family in the Algarve, said: 'Draw your own conclusions.' He said in a statement: 'I can confirm that telephone conversations have taken place between Gerry McCann and Chancellor Gordon Brown. During them, Mr Brown offered both Gerry and Kate his full support in their efforts to find Madeleine, although details of the conversations will remain private.'

Clarence Mitchel, the media spinner in the Guardian, 27 May 2007







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Post  Guest on Wed 18 Feb - 19:55

pm wrote:After a series of telephone conversations with Madeleine's father, Gerry McCann in recent days, the Chancellor requested assistance from the Foreign Office and the Home Office(...) Asked whether Brown had influenced the decision, Clarence Mitchell, a Foreign Office spokesman for the McCann family in the Algarve, said: 'Draw your own conclusions.' He said in a statement: 'I can confirm that telephone conversations have taken place between Gerry McCann and Chancellor Gordon Brown. During them, Mr Brown offered both Gerry and Kate his full support in their efforts to find Madeleine, although details of the conversations will remain private.'

Clarence Mitchel, the media spinner in the Guardian, 27 May 2007

Did these details include when Amaral would be taken off the case? Sneaky bastards arent they?





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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Thu 19 Feb - 8:57

"Last Friday John McCann was dining with friends when Downing Street called to say that the Chancellor was on the line. Minutes later Mr McCann’s mobile – on which he takes hundreds of calls daily – ran out of power, cutting off Britain’s next Prime Minister in mid-sentence. Yesterday morning, as Mr McCann was talking to The Times, his mobile rang again. It was Revenue & Customs, calling at Mr Brown’s request to discuss how the fund could gain charitable status."

in 'The Times', May 22, 2007

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Re: Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  Guest on Thu 19 Feb - 9:16

Why was Madeleine the only important child missing. There are thousands more.

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Re: Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  Guest on Thu 19 Feb - 9:59

pm wrote:After a series of telephone conversations with Madeleine's father, Gerry McCann in recent days, the Chancellor requested assistance from the Foreign Office and the Home Office(...) Asked whether Brown had influenced the decision, Clarence Mitchell, a Foreign Office spokesman for the McCann family in the Algarve, said: 'Draw your own conclusions.' He said in a statement: 'I can confirm that telephone conversations have taken place between Gerry McCann and Chancellor Gordon Brown. During them, Mr Brown offered both Gerry and Kate his full support in their efforts to find Madeleine, although details of the conversations will remain private.'

Clarence Mitchel, the media spinner in the Guardian, 27 May 2007


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Oh dear and the supporters say there is not govt intervention or help? Whats this then?

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Re: Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  Guest on Thu 19 Feb - 13:18

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pm wrote:After a series of telephone conversations with Madeleine's father, Gerry McCann in recent days, the Chancellor requested assistance from the Foreign Office and the Home Office(...) Asked whether Brown had influenced the decision, Clarence Mitchell, a Foreign Office spokesman for the McCann family in the Algarve, said: 'Draw your own conclusions.' He said in a statement: 'I can confirm that telephone conversations have taken place between Gerry McCann and Chancellor Gordon Brown. During them, Mr Brown offered both Gerry and Kate his full support in their efforts to find Madeleine, although details of the conversations will remain private.'

Clarence Mitchel, the media spinner in the Guardian, 27 May 2007


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Oh dear and the supporters say there is not govt intervention or help? Whats this then?

I'd say that was Brown giving them his full support.

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Re: Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  Guest on Thu 19 Feb - 15:42

"Mr Brown offered both Gerry and Kate his full support in their efforts to find Madeleine, although details of the conversations will remain private..."

I bet the details will remain private!!

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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Wed 25 Feb - 16:48

Clarence Mitchell, the McCanns' spokesman, admitted the hunt for Madeleine in Morocco was difficult. In the remote mountains, the main industry is growing marijuana, controlled by armed gangs. 'It's a needle in a haystack' he said.

To date, all reported sightings of Madeleine in Morocco investigated by Metodo 3 have drawn a blank.

The agency's boss, Francisco Marco, said in one interview that Morocco was 'the most likely place to find her [Madeleine]' and that she would be rescued within months. He has also claimed that a blonde girl in a Moroccan family was a 'symbol of social status'.

Metodo 3, whose contract expires in March, has 40 investigators working on the case, here and in Portugal and Spain. Each has a replica of Cuddle Cat, Madeleine's favourite toy, which they are encouraged to squeeze when they feel demotivated at the size of their task.

Clarence Mitchell and M3 Francisco Marco in Daily Mail, 25 January 2008
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Post  Susan on Wed 25 Feb - 19:08

What utter nonsense!!

They went there to bribe people and 2 detectives confirmed it!

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Post  pm on Fri 27 Feb - 7:48

“Yes, yes, I know,” Gerry says bitterly. “Kate killed her in a frenzy, Madeleine was sedated by us, she fell down the stairs—in which case you would have thought they’d have found her body. I’ve heard all that! There have been a huge number of theories in the media. But what I want to know is—who told them all that?”

Gerald McCann in Vanity Fair, January 10, 2008

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Post  Guest on Fri 27 Feb - 9:39

pm wrote:“Yes, yes, I know,” Gerry says bitterly. “Kate killed her in a frenzy, Madeleine was sedated by us, she fell down the stairs—in which case you would have thought they’d have found her body. I’ve heard all that! There have been a huge number of theories in the media. But what I want to know is—who told them all that?”

Gerald McCann in Vanity Fair, January 10, 2008

Obviously the prople who started telling all the porky pies Gerry.

Found the buggy yet ?

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