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Post  Guest on Wed 25 Mar - 12:25

WE WE WE want. It doesnt work that way with the press Gerald :lala:

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Post  Guest on Wed 25 Mar - 15:25

Angelina wrote:
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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Post  pm on Sun 29 Mar - 17:37

"One of the Mark Warner reps came in and said: 'We've got a missing girl'.
We all just stopped what we were doing and all just left with them.
We have been looking in the bins, we've been looking on the pathways.
The whole village was hands on, all the locals, all the holidaymakers came out, all the bar people - everybody just came out to help."

James Wright, bar owner in Praia da Luz, to BBC News, 05.05.2007

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Post  pm on Sun 29 Mar - 17:40

everyone except the parents and the friends

Something that i never understood even the time i tought in an abduction

why the friends and the father never searched?

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Post  fuzeta on Sun 29 Mar - 18:31

pm wrote:everyone except the parents and the friends

Something that i never understood even the time i tought in an abduction

why the friends and the father never searched?

Thats the million euro question Paula. Any other parents would have been running around PDL frantically all night and all the next days and weeks. Normal parents would never stop searching

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

Post  pm on Sun 29 Mar - 18:34

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pm wrote:everyone except the parents and the friends

Something that i never understood even the time i tought in an abduction

why the friends and the father never searched?

Thats the million euro question Paula. Any other parents would have been running around PDL frantically all night and all the next days and weeks. Normal parents would never stop searching

now i know the answer but at the begining during the time i belived in abduction i always asked why they were not searching for her!!!!!!!

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Post  pm on Sun 29 Mar - 19:44

On March 29, Anonymous said...How could the McCanns and Tapas 7 cheat on so many people.
The parents themselves were not searching for her. They knew it was not necessary.And now the Algarvian population are being criticised.They did everything they could do, to find her, they prayed with and for the parents, they applauded the couple.The only thing they did that was useful was to pray for Maddie who was alredy dead and they did not know it yet.
Somewhere I read a comment of Moita Flores, Professor in forense something. He was not in Portugal at that moment, he saw the news on BBC and he said: _"How can journalists believe in such an abduction, in that apartment?"
He knew it could not be true.
The McCanns believe that they can again manipulate the Portugueses.
They even believe they can manipulate the British people.
They are again making themselves ridiculous.I wonder how is the attitude of Gerry's colleagues at the hospital right now.
I don't believe they love Gerry in pieces

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Post  Guest on Mon 30 Mar - 8:52

The thing that does it for me is that they could sit down and work out that timeline in Madeleines book, to give to the police when they arrived at 10pm. How did they already know that somebody wasn't on their way back with Madeleine, having found her wandering around? That and the phone calls to the UK about the shutters, open door etc. cannot be for any other reason than they knew what had really happened to Madeleine, and it wasn't an abduction, of that I am certain.

I've been wondering lately how on earth the McCann lovers can criticise the locals in Portugal for ripping up Maddie's posters....Did they ever criticise the McCanns for ripping up Maddie's bedtime book?

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Post  pm on Mon 30 Mar - 9:15

On March 29, Anonymous said...
Hello, Joana and Astro! Sorry, this might be off-topic but I found it so very interesting. Maybe you are alredy in the knowledge of this, maybe you have read this long article :

"When Ben Needham disappeared from a greek farm house in 1991, his close knit family were almost torn apart" - by Melanie McFadyean

www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2009/mar/29/missing-child-ben-needham


It mentions the McCanns and the Maddie case, focuses on how the british authorities adressed(or not) both cases, and a lot more of interesting paralels.
I think it makes a very interesting reading and left me with the feeling that "some animals are indeed more equal than others" under the eyes of the press and the establishment.

Rosie

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Post  Susan on Mon 30 Mar - 18:55

pm wrote:everyone except the parents and the friends

Something that i never understood even the time i tought in an abduction

why the friends and the father never searched?

What a silly question Paula!

We now know they were ripping out pages of Maddie's book to plan their movements.....we also know they were calling the press to get them out there....

They were too busy to look for their child!

But anyways....you know I think they know exactly where she is!

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Post  Susan on Mon 30 Mar - 18:59

justagrannynow wrote:The thing that does it for me is that they could sit down and work out that timeline in Madeleines book, to give to the police when they arrived at 10pm. How did they already know that somebody wasn't on their way back with Madeleine, having found her wandering around? That and the phone calls to the UK about the shutters, open door etc. cannot be for any other reason than they knew what had really happened to Madeleine, and it wasn't an abduction, of that I am certain.


I've been wondering lately how on earth the McCann lovers can criticise the locals in Portugal for ripping up Maddie's posters....Did they ever criticise the McCanns for ripping up Maddie's bedtime book?

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Post  pm on Wed 1 Apr - 11:39

"How does anyone dare to insinuate that our daughter's life may be in danger because of us?"

Kate McCann in her Diary June 17 2007

"Kate and I managed an early morning run before church."

Gerry McCann in his blog June 17 2007




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Post  lubelle on Wed 1 Apr - 12:57

pm wrote:"How does anyone dare to insinuate that our daughter's life may be in danger because of us?"

Kate McCann in her Diary June 17 2007

"Kate and I managed an early morning run before church."

Gerry McCann in his blog June 17 2007




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I think this says it all really.They don't think they have done anything wrong!

"Early morning run"They should have saved their energy..and used it to search for poor little Madeleine.

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Post  Guest on Thu 2 Apr - 6:37

When I read remarks like this from those 2 it reminds me yet again, just how sick they are.

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Post  pm on Tue 7 Apr - 11:21

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine Case


‘Esta hipótese - rapto - foi exaustivamente investigada, tendo sido exauridas todas as informações que conduziam nesse e noutros sentidos. Nunca foi pedido qualquer resgate, nem se vislumbraram quaisquer indicações suficientemente consistentes da concretização desse suposto rapto.’

‘This hypothesis – abduction – was exhaustively investigated, with all information that led into that and into other directions being exhausted. No ransom was ever demanded, nor was a glimpse ever caught of any sufficiently consistent indications of the concretion of that supposed abduction.’

José de Magalhães e Menezes, in process NUIPC 201/07.0GALGS, pages 4592ff, Portimão, 21/07/08

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Post  pm on Sat 11 Apr - 13:21

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"The police don't want a murder in Portugal and all the publicity about them not having paedophile laws here, so they're blaming us."

She added: "The Portuguese police are running out of budget for this investigation and want it to end."

Mr McCann, who until now has steadfastly refused to criticise the police, despairingly told a friend: "We are being absolutely stitched up."


Kate & Gerry McCann in The Telegraph September 2007

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Post  Guest on Sat 11 Apr - 13:38

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"The police don't want a murder in Portugal and all the publicity about them not having paedophile laws here, so they're blaming us."

She added: "The Portuguese police are running out of budget for this investigation and want it to end."

Mr McCann, who until now has steadfastly refused to criticise the police, despairingly told a friend: "We are being absolutely stitched up."


Kate & Gerry McCann in The Telegraph September 2007

Dont want a murder??

Thats suspicious coming from Kates mouth. Why would it be a murder? I thought she thought it was an abduction.

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Post  Guest on Sat 11 Apr - 14:28

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"The police don't want a murder in Portugal and all the publicity about them not having paedophile laws here, so they're blaming us."

She added: "The Portuguese police are running out of budget for this investigation and want it to end."

Mr McCann, who until now has steadfastly refused to criticise the police, despairingly told a friend: "We are being absolutely stitched up."


Kate & Gerry McCann in The Telegraph September 2007

Dont want a murder??

Thats suspicious coming from Kates mouth. Why would it be a murder? I thought she thought it was an abduction.

EXACTLY!

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Post  pm on Tue 14 Apr - 12:14

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine Case

"It seems like a disaster that we've got this huge donated fund and now we're not allowed to use it for legal costs because we're under suspicion"

Gerry McCann, in Daily Mail, 09.Sept.2007

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Post  Susan on Tue 14 Apr - 21:54

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"It seems like a disaster that we've got this huge donated fund and now we're not allowed to use it for legal costs because we're under suspicion"

Gerry McCann, in Daily Mail, 09.Sept.2007

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Tough Luck Gerry!

Actually I think they did anyway right?

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Post  pm on Sat 18 Apr - 10:16

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«“We’re looking at a clear process of whitewashing of the situation”, former coordinator of the PJ’s investigations Gonçalo Amaral told ‘Público’ yesterday, further mentioning that “the theatre play” that was carried out in Praia da Luz “is not even complete, because one of the main characters is missing, doctor David Payne”.

The former senior PJ officer understands that David Payne should have been summoned by the McCanns, given the fact that it was him who, right after the child’s disappearance was communicated, on the 3rd of May 2007, prevented other persons, namely an employee of the English Social Services (who happened to be in the area) from adopting measures. “That’s right. The doctor who used to bathe the children is missing, the doctor whom an English couple complained about, in England, on the 16th of May, over something that happened with an under age daughter of theirs, in Mallorca, in 2005”, Gonçalo Amaral added.»

Gonçalo Amaral in Público, 07.04.2009

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Post  Susan on Sat 18 Apr - 11:19

O Crime – Edición impresa
http://mercedessigueaqui.blogspot.com/
TV Mais – Edición impresa
Por Hernâni Carvalho

"David Payne is expected this friday in Faro,in a very quick visit to Luz. He came accompanied by a team work from Channel 4 which is doing a documentray about Madeleine.The same team work which was already there a week ago,this time with gerry mccann.Payne comes in a hurry,flying back the next day to England (insert: for what is sure he comes to film "corrections""

May be more later? But his is interesting...suddenly the bloke appears....mmmmmm

http://www.the3arguidos.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=35&t=31049&start=0

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Post  pm on Mon 20 Apr - 21:08

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"Madeleine is a warm, life-enriching little person and will never fail we're sure, to bring joy into the life of anyone she may encounter."

'Official bio' on Find Madeleine Site

"I think some paedophile or some other swine has taken Madeleine."

Gerry McCann on the phone with his brother John, in 'What happened to little Madeleine?' Dateline NBC on March 2, 2008.

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Post  Susan on Tue 21 Apr - 19:30

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

"Madeleine is a warm, life-enriching little person and will never fail we're sure, to bring joy into the life of anyone she may encounter."

'Official bio' on Find Madeleine Site

"I think some paedophile or some other swine has taken Madeleine."

Gerry McCann on the phone with his brother John, in 'What happened to little Madeleine?' Dateline NBC on March 2, 2008.



Amazing !!!

Just goes to show you that they are crazy if they think we all believe she was abducted! You do not say this about your child if she's alive!

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Post  Guest on Tue 21 Apr - 21:34

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

"Madeleine is a warm, life-enriching little person and will never fail we're sure, to bring joy into the life of anyone she may encounter."

'Official bio' on Find Madeleine Site

"I think some paedophile or some other swine has taken Madeleine."

Gerry McCann on the phone with his brother John, in 'What happened to little Madeleine?' Dateline NBC on March 2, 2008.



Amazing !!!

Just goes to show you that they are crazy if they think we all believe she was abducted! You do not say this about your child if she's alive!

Yes, gerry and Kate: she was SO life-enriching that you dumped her in a creche every chance you got.

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