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Post  Panda on Sun 3 Feb - 16:19

Kennedy's involvement was purely for his gain. Think about it, on paper Kennedy is rich , but he has renaged on two Bank Loans, one with I think RBS and the other a Canadian Bank. Why would he bring in his Corporate Lawyer to be a Director of the Fund???? Why was he responsible for hiring the Detectives searching for Madeleine?

A Member of 3a's said a long time ago that Kennedy had had 2 Companies struck off for not producing accounts and had 26 Holding Companies.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sun 3 Feb - 17:04

For me, this is one of the most significant parts of that article.

It wasn’t until Kate walked into the villa at 10 and felt a sickening breeze—the front window had been jimmied open—that she realized something terrible had happened. “The scene was stark,” Gerry tells me. On one bed the twins lay sleeping. In the next lay only the plush cat toy Madeleine was never without. That was when Kate came out screaming, “Madeleine has gone!”

On ONE BED the twins lay sleeping. Not in cots, but on one bed. In the next only Madeleine's toy. Gerry is quoted as saying that.

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Post  susible on Sun 3 Feb - 17:28

Exactly Anna, and how the heck would Gerry know what the scene was like, was he not still at the tapas bar when Kate came running in screaming They've taken her, or Madeleine's gone or how many other versions they can possibly think up to cover their backsides

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Post  Guest on Sun 3 Feb - 17:33

AnnaEsse wrote:For me, this is one of the most significant parts of that article.

It wasn’t until Kate walked into the villa at 10 and felt a sickening breeze—the front window had been jimmied open—that she realized something terrible had happened. “The scene was stark,” Gerry tells me. On one bed the twins lay sleeping. In the next lay only the plush cat toy Madeleine was never without. That was when Kate came out screaming, “Madeleine has gone!”

On ONE BED the twins lay sleeping. Not in cots, but on one bed. In the next only Madeleine's toy. Gerry is quoted as saying that.

There's also a video of him saying, "the twins were sleeping on the... err, in their cots." I forget which one it is, might be in the mockumentary.

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Post  Panda on Mon 4 Feb - 12:11

Iv'e just started reading the Article again......didn't Vanity Fair pay the McCanns for a Year. ?

This bit is interesting because it turned out to be so true. If Madeleine HAD been abducted, the Media blitz started by Gerry would have sealed Madeleine's fate if she had been kidnapped.......the question for me is why would a kidnapper or abductor go to a small resort and enter an Apartment take a child without her waking up in the first place.

"It is Gerry who is behind what he tells me is “the marketing … a high public awareness” of Madeleine. At his side while we talk is Clarence Mitchell, a voluble former government media analyst and BBC reporter, handpicked by Gerry to be the latest in a line of spokesmen. On October 17, Mitchell spoke at Coventry University. His topic: “Missing Madeleine McCann: The Perfect PR Campaign.” Except that it has been anything but perfect.

It has in fact been so counterproductive that, as winter approached, Portuguese attorney general Fernando Pinto Monteiro suggested that one way or another the McCanns were responsible for their child’s death. Specifically he said that if indeed Madeleine had been kidnapped, it was the carefully contrived publicity engineered by her parents that likely sealed her fate. “With the whole world having Madeleine’s photo,” he observed, any abductor would have been pushed to such a degree that “there’s a greater probability of the little girl being dead than alive.”

And with this last devastating conclusion—namely that Madeleine will likely never reappear—Madeleine’s own father haltingly agrees."

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Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 4 Feb - 12:23

Iris wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:For me, this is one of the most significant parts of that article.

It wasn’t until Kate walked into the villa at 10 and felt a sickening breeze—the front window had been jimmied open—that she realized something terrible had happened. “The scene was stark,” Gerry tells me. On one bed the twins lay sleeping. In the next lay only the plush cat toy Madeleine was never without. That was when Kate came out screaming, “Madeleine has gone!”

On ONE BED the twins lay sleeping. Not in cots, but on one bed. In the next only Madeleine's toy. Gerry is quoted as saying that.

There's also a video of him saying, "the twins were sleeping on the... err, in their cots." I forget which one it is, might be in the mockumentary.

I think this is very significant. On those two occasions Gerry has alluded to the twins not being in cots. I don't think the children even slept in that room. Imo they were either in the other bedroom or another apartment.

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