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Post  pm on Sat 17 Jan - 19:04

"Of course nothing happened and nobody expected it.No innocent parents of missing/murdered children want archiving of the investigations.They really get in panics, afraid that the police will forget their child.How many times this happens and has happened.They had the chance to protest but they did not.I believe they felt relieved that it was shelved.To me, it is still a mystery the reason Gerry went to Portugal.He starts showing again how concerned he is about the"abduction". What is behind all this? Amaral's book and Tony Bennett?"

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Post  Guest on Sun 18 Jan - 10:09

Shame on the Mccanns and sad for Madeleine that she is forgotten by them

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Post  fuzeta on Sun 18 Jan - 10:15

pm wrote:"Of course nothing happened and nobody expected it.No innocent parents of missing/murdered children want archiving of the investigations.They really get in panics, afraid that the police will forget their child.How many times this happens and has happened.They had the chance to protest but they did not.I believe they felt relieved that it was shelved.To me, it is still a mystery the reason Gerry went to Portugal.He starts showing again how concerned he is about the"abduction". What is behind all this? Amaral's book and Tony Bennett?"

Paula, Why do you think that Gerry flew to Faro instead of flying straight to Lisbon? I think he must have been up to something. I just find it a bit strange

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Post  pm on Sun 18 Jan - 11:54

How did that premonition of yours about the Maddie case happen?

"On the 5th of May, upon returning from a spiritist meeting in Madeira, right after going to bed, but before falling asleep, at around midnight, an extraordinary thing happened to me for the first time in my life: I saw the image of a little girl that must have been around 4 years of age, with blond, shoulder-length straight hair, blue eyes, very disturbed, visibly unable to understand what was happening to her, accompanied by a female being of great beauty and great spiritual standing… Then, other images appeared, related to what had happened to her: I saw a strongly built man, blue eyes, somewhat balding and with blondish hair, brutally raping that girl and then strangling her with his hands, throwing the cadaver into a lake."

Did you reach any conclusion through those interviews with Leonor and João Cipriano?

"I was confronted with two different states of mind: Leonor was shocked about what had happened to her daughter; João displayed no remorse. It is curious that the first time that I sat down in front of him, I saw streams of blood running down his face, as if he was guilty over his niece’s death."

Marcos Aragão Correia, Leonor Cipriano lawyer, alleged medium, hired by team McCann via Metodo3 in O Crime on December, 4 2008






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Post  Susan on Sun 18 Jan - 15:26

You know whats really sick about this is that he must have told the McCanns about those visions about their daughter being raped and went ahead and used him to try and screw over Amaral.....

Why didnt they think that the man was a lunatic.....if we were to say we saw visions like that on Sky we would be slaughtered for thinking sick thoughts about Maddie....but the Mccanns accept it???

Maybe I'm wrong but I think they all came up with that story and even approved it!

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Post  pm on Mon 19 Jan - 8:57

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

“But I can’t talk to you about the details of what happened. I live under threat from the Portuguese—if I do talk—of two years’ imprisonment. It seems to be the same sentence as disposing of a child’s body.”

Gerry McCann, in: Vanity Fair, on 10.01.2008


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Post  Guest on Mon 19 Jan - 9:08



Silent night Silent Night.

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Post  Guest on Mon 19 Jan - 10:16

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

“But I can’t talk to you about the details of what happened. I live under threat from the Portuguese—if I do talk—of two years’ imprisonment. It seems to be the same sentence as disposing of a child’s body.”

Gerry McCann, in: Vanity Fair, on 10.01.2008


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DID HE REALLY SAY THAT ??
I never bothered wading through the Vanity Fair interview. The man really is beyond belief.

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Post  Guest on Mon 19 Jan - 11:57

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

“But I can’t talk to you about the details of what happened. I live under threat from the Portuguese—if I do talk—of two years’ imprisonment. It seems to be the same sentence as disposing of a child’s body.”

Gerry McCann, in: Vanity Fair, on 10.01.2008


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DID HE REALLY SAY THAT ??
I never bothered wading through the Vanity Fair interview. The man really is beyond belief.

Yes he did I just checked it

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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Tue 20 Jan - 12:45

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

"It's not about us, you know, we were bobbing back and forwards several times and I wanted to see the kids so.. you know, it's not about us. You know, I think that the problem is it's a predator basically who's been watching us, which gives you the shivers anyway, and broken into the apartment and taken Madeleine out of her bed."

Kate McCann, in: Panorama BBC, on 19.11.2007


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Post  pm on Tue 20 Jan - 12:45

'and broken into the apartment'

Where is the evidence to support 'broken into'?

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Post  Guest on Tue 20 Jan - 15:06

Where is the evidence to support an abduction ????

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Post  Guest on Tue 20 Jan - 17:35

pm wrote:'and broken into the apartment'

Where is the evidence to support 'broken into'?

Well, it sounds SO much better than saying "he just waltzed in because we couldn't be arsed to stay in for a night, have a takeout and a bottle of wine, and watched over our children"

Kate!

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Post  Guest on Wed 21 Jan - 5:55

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pm wrote:'and broken into the apartment'

Where is the evidence to support 'broken into'?

Well, it sounds SO much better than saying "he just waltzed in because we couldn't be arsed to stay in for a night, have a takeout and a bottle of wine, and watched over our children"

Kate!

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Quote of the day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  pm on Wed 21 Jan - 8:25

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case



"Madeleine's been abducted, she's been abducted. The door was lying open, the window in the bedroom and the shutters had been jemmied open."

Gerry McCann to his sister Trish Cameron in BBC, May 04, 2007




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Post  Guest on Wed 21 Jan - 10:01

It really annoys me seeing those lies.

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Post  lubelle on Wed 21 Jan - 11:29

pm wrote:'and broken into the apartment'

Where is the evidence to support 'broken into'?
Has it been confirmed that the door was open..or locked?

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Quote of the Day. Looking back on the Madeleine case

Post  Guest on Thu 22 Jan - 14:12

Expresso interview 6th September 2008


Gerry – In a way, we would like to have been accused so we could defend ourselves openly. Now, reading the process, there is no evidence that justifies the suspicion, apart from the dogs' action. There was never a sustained explanation. And the questioning: 'What happened to Madeleine? How did you get rid of her? Who helped you? Where did you put her?' All fantasy! If they had found DNA – so what? And if Madeleine had hurt herself inside the apartment – why would that be our fault?


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

Post  Susan on Thu 22 Jan - 18:46

That family are seriously deluded!!

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Post  pm on Fri 23 Jan - 8:32

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

Q. Are you aware that in not answering the questions you are jeopardising the investigation, which seeks to discover what happened to your daughter?

A. 'Yes, if that’s what the investigation thinks.'


Kate McCann, answering under interrogation at the PJ in Portimão, on 07.09.2007



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Post  Guest on Fri 23 Jan - 8:35

She knows for sure what happeneded to Maddy

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Post  Guest on Fri 23 Jan - 8:49

This is the only truthful remark I have heard from Kate McCann.

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Post  pm on Sat 24 Jan - 14:50

Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case


Kate even joked that Madeleine is probably giving her kidnapper a taste of her forceful character.

She said: "Madeleine is such a sociable child, so funny and engaging."

"She has a lot of personality. Her name actually means 'tower of strength'.

"She hated it when we called her Maddie. She'd say 'My name is Madeleine' with an indignant look.

"I bet she's giving whoever she's with her tuppence worth."

Kate Healy, Madeleine's mother in Mirror, August 13th, 2007




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Post  Guest on Sat 24 Jan - 15:26

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Kate even joked that Madeleine is probably giving her kidnapper a taste of her forceful character.

She said: "Madeleine is such a sociable child, so funny and engaging."

"She has a lot of personality. Her name actually means 'tower of strength'.

"She hated it when we called her Maddie. She'd say 'My name is Madeleine' with an indignant look.

"I bet she's giving whoever she's with her tuppence worth."

Kate Healy, Madeleine's mother in Mirror, August 13th, 2007




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Oh yes, that's something you would say when you thought of your precious child in the hands of some filthy pervert!

Makes sense ... NOT!

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Post  pm on Mon 26 Jan - 10:13

"In a way, we would like to have been accused so we could defend ourselves openly. Now, reading the process, there is no evidence that justifies the suspicion, apart from the dogs' action. There was never a sustained explanation. And the questioning: 'What happened to Madeleine? How did you get rid of her? Who helped you? Where did you put her?' All fantasy! If they had found DNA – so what? And if Madeleine had hurt herself inside the apartment – why would that be our fault?"

Gerry McCann, to Expresso, on 07.09.2007



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