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Post  Guest on Fri 27 Feb - 10:36

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

The evidence told them that you freaking idiot Gerry :fire:

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Post  Guest on Fri 27 Feb - 10:38

pm wrote: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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Grown men squeezing fluffy toys sounds pervy to me

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Post  Guest on Fri 27 Feb - 13:34

Sorry, I'm speechless.

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Post  Guest on Sun 1 Mar - 0:47

Standing Tall wrote:
pm wrote: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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Grown men squeezing fluffy toys sounds pervy to me

What a weird thing to do!!
"Right men! I have noticed a certain lack of motivation...please squeeze your Cuddlecats ten times!"

FFS!

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Post  Guest on Sun 1 Mar - 20:43

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Standing Tall wrote:
pm wrote: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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Grown men squeezing fluffy toys sounds pervy to me

What a weird thing to do!!
"Right men! I have noticed a certain lack of motivation...please squeeze your Cuddlecats ten times!"

FFS!

Wont that hurt?


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Post  pm on Mon 2 Mar - 17:09

Asked, she said that before they left she took some precautions, namely she put the remedies inside a purse, in her room, inside the wardrobe or the dresser. These were medicines with the name of "Calpol" (paracetamol) and "Nurofen" (Ibuprofen), analgesics and antipyretic, for feverish states and pains in adults and children (liquid form for children) dosages. In this purse there was also a small pair of scissors. In the kitchen there were cutting elements used to prepare the meals and which were not put out of sight. During their trips it was normal for them to take these medicines. During these holidays she never gave any medicine to her children, nor did Gerry. She now states that Gerry took medicine for acidity called Losec (omeprozole) which they also possessed (...) on the 3rd they left the apartment leaving the children asleep. Knowing that Madeleine sometimes woke and got up, she was not concerned in leaving her alone, because when that happened, which wasn't always, it would be around 02H00-03H00, time they would be already back to the apartment.

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Post  Susan on Mon 2 Mar - 19:23

pm wrote:Asked, she said that before they left she took some precautions, namely she put the remedies inside a purse, in her room, inside the wardrobe or the dresser. These were medicines with the name of "Calpol" (paracetamol) and "Nurofen" (Ibuprofen), analgesics and antipyretic, for feverish states and pains in adults and children (liquid form for children) dosages. In this purse there was also a small pair of scissors. In the kitchen there were cutting elements used to prepare the meals and which were not put out of sight. During their trips it was normal for them to take these medicines. During these holidays she never gave any medicine to her children, nor did Gerry. She now states that Gerry took medicine for acidity called Losec (omeprozole) which they also possessed (...) on the 3rd they left the apartment leaving the children asleep. Knowing that Madeleine sometimes woke and got up, she was not concerned in leaving her alone, because when that happened, which wasn't always, it would be around 02H00-03H00, time they would be already back to the apartment.

Is this why Maddie woke up asking where she was on the 1st? Remember Kate admitted that!

Was that at 2 or 3 am? Kate is telling lies again hmmmm

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Post  Guest on Tue 3 Mar - 13:16

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pm wrote:Asked, she said that before they left she took some precautions, namely she put the remedies inside a purse, in her room, inside the wardrobe or the dresser. These were medicines with the name of "Calpol" (paracetamol) and "Nurofen" (Ibuprofen), analgesics and antipyretic, for feverish states and pains in adults and children (liquid form for children) dosages. In this purse there was also a small pair of scissors. In the kitchen there were cutting elements used to prepare the meals and which were not put out of sight. During their trips it was normal for them to take these medicines. During these holidays she never gave any medicine to her children, nor did Gerry. She now states that Gerry took medicine for acidity called Losec (omeprozole) which they also possessed (...) on the 3rd they left the apartment leaving the children asleep. Knowing that Madeleine sometimes woke and got up, she was not concerned in leaving her alone, because when that happened, which wasn't always, it would be around 02H00-03H00, time they would be already back to the apartment.

Is this why Maddie woke up asking where she was on the 1st? Remember Kate admitted that!

Was that at 2 or 3 am? Kate is telling lies again hmmmm

Whats new? Everything they ever say is riddled with lies and they get caught out time after time. I'd call that plain stupid. I dont know how they became doctors.

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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Wed 11 Mar - 9:26

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine Case

"Tomorrow will be a family day. We are doing a photo-shoot with the twins for the Sunday newspapers in the morning but will involve stuff that we want to do with them anyway."

Gerry McCann blog Day 23 - 26/05/2007 - Saturday

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Post  Guest on Wed 11 Mar - 15:03

I thought they didnt want the twins photographed? Maybe the shoot paid well.

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Post  pm on Wed 11 Mar - 15:26

fruitcake wrote:I thought they didnt want the twins photographed? Maybe the shoot paid well.

they didn´t want the twins photographed for FREE!

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Post  pm on Thu 12 Mar - 11:25

"We were not planning to say anything at the launch but there was such a large turnout from Portuguese TV who we have not spoken to for some time that we decided to answer their questions. The beauty of the launch was the local and international dimension with media coverage spreading Madeleine's image far and wide."

Gerry McCann blog Day 50 - 22/06/2007 - Friday



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Post  Guest on Thu 12 Mar - 13:36

If Gerry could only delete these quotes now, i'm sure he would.

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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Wed 18 Mar - 10:18

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine Case

"Indeed, Woolfall recalls Gerry’s saying shortly after he arrived, “My biggest fear is that this could be a weekend story: british girl taken from portuguese resort—a terrible story! And then that’s it.” The fickleness of the media, Woolfall adds, had Gerry worried. They might so easily “move on to something else,” Gerry told him. Gradually a strategy was devised: stories, pictures, and exotic destinations were woven together, permanently enrapturing the press and luring it into a long, sleepless vigil."

in: Vanity Fair, 10.01.2008


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Post  Guest on Wed 18 Mar - 15:14

Mr McCann says his family “have been the focus of some of the most sensationalist, untruthful, irresponsible and damaging reporting in the history of the press”.

And he criticised the fact that the coverage focused on what he called the ‘Kate and Gerry show’ rather than the search for Madeleine.


What the heck does he want?

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Post  pm on Fri 20 Mar - 11:31

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine Case

"Madeleine McCann's parents will savage bungling Portuguese cops in a tell-all interview with chat queen Oprah Winfrey when they are cleared as suspects tomorrow.

For 317 days fuming Kate and Gerry have been gagged by their status as arguidos.

But at noon tomorrow a judge will formally lift the cloud of suspicion - as exclusively revealed in The People in April.

And the McCanns will finally be free to speak about the investigation into three-year-old Maddie's disappearance."


Nick Dorman, in 'The People', 20.07.2008

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Post  pm on Fri 20 Mar - 11:32

Every morning, Woolfall and the McCanns worked on a strategy for the day after they had brainstormed ideas overnight with a close circle of friends in Britain. They then organised a series of carefully scheduled statements, interviews and photo-opportunities.

Back in the UK, the McCanns relied heavily on their family and friends, asking them to help in any way they could. Within days thousands of e-mails had been sent.

“They are a middle-class family who knows someone, who knows someone, who might know someone important,” said Woolfall. “They were trying to push every lever.”

One early idea from the family was for Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United’s Portuguese winger, to make an appeal. Gerry called a friend who had contacts in the football world, and word reached Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United manager.

“The quote that came back from him was ‘the boy will do it’,” said a source close to the family. Other football stars, including David Beckham, soon followed suit.

IN Sunday Times 10 June 2007, The Inside Story of Campaign Maddie




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Post  Susan on Fri 20 Mar - 11:51

Oh dear I bet the McCanns wished they didnt push all those levers now as the ones tugging at those levers arent pushing the right way!

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Post  Guest on Fri 20 Mar - 13:14

pm wrote:Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine Case

"Madeleine McCann's parents will savage bungling Portuguese cops in a tell-all interview with chat queen Oprah Winfrey when they are cleared as suspects tomorrow.

For 317 days fuming Kate and Gerry have been gagged by their status as arguidos.

But at noon tomorrow a judge will formally lift the cloud of suspicion - as exclusively revealed in The People in April.

And the McCanns will finally be free to speak about the investigation into three-year-old Maddie's disappearance."


Nick Dorman, in 'The People', 20.07.2008

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:risas:

Swift and immediate action, that's what Clarence said. :risas:

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Post  Guest on Fri 20 Mar - 15:14

pm wrote:Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine Case

"Madeleine McCann's parents will savage bungling Portuguese cops in a tell-all interview with chat queen Oprah Winfrey when they are cleared as suspects tomorrow.

For 317 days fuming Kate and Gerry have been gagged by their status as arguidos.

But at noon tomorrow a judge will formally lift the cloud of suspicion - as exclusively revealed in The People in April.

And the McCanns will finally be free to speak about the investigation into three-year-old Maddie's disappearance."


Nick Dorman, in 'The People', 20.07.2008

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Funny how they've now read the files and havent mentioned once how the Portuguese bungled the investigation. In fact they havent found anything have they?

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Post  Guest on Sat 21 Mar - 9:14

Ambersuz wrote:Oh dear I bet the McCanns wished they didnt push all those levers now as the ones tugging at those levers arent pushing the right way!

If they arent going to get a proper sentence for anthing then let them suffer for their sins all their lives i say.

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Post  Guest on Tue 24 Mar - 21:51

"There's been a disaster, it's a disaster, Madeleine has been abducted from her bed".--Gerry McCann

No mate, a disaster is when you make a lovely lasagne and you get it out of the oven and drop it on the floor.

I find his words a bit premeditated.

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Post  lubelle on Wed 25 Mar - 10:48

eddie wrote:"There's been a disaster, it's a disaster, Madeleine has been abducted from her bed".--Gerry McCann

No mate, a disaster is when you make a lovely lasagne and you get it out of the oven and drop it on the floor.

I find his words a bit premeditated.
Well said Eddie!It never feels like they are talking about their beloved little princess,they seem so detached.Poor Madeleine

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Post  Angelina on Wed 25 Mar - 11:13

eddie wrote:"There's been a disaster, it's a disaster, Madeleine has been abducted from her bed".--Gerry McCann

No mate, a disaster is when you make a lovely lasagne and you get it out of the oven and drop it on the floor.

I find his words a bit premeditated.

Hmm...with my lasagne it's a disaster if it doesn't get dropped on the floor....we have to eat it

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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Wed 25 Mar - 12:09

'What we wanted and still want is a partnership with the media when we have information which we think may be relevant and can assist the search, obviously drawing the lines between the search for Madeleine and the Kate and Gerry Show, which the media were much more interested as most of the facts came out.'



'One other thing that I think is very important in regards to how this story was covered is that the media, particularly the press, became so obsessed with getting there first that Kate and I feel that on a number of occasions Madeleine's safety was completely disregarded.'



'There were sightings and other information would have been followed up and there was no consideration to Kate's and my feelings, hurt or our wider family about anything that was printed.'



Gerry McCann, at the Culture, Media and Sport Committee on Tuesday, 10 March 2009

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