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Madeleine McCann: Text of Kate McCann's letter to Paulo Rebelo


This is the full text of Kate McCann's letter to Paulo Rebelo, the detective
who took over the Madeleine McCann investigation in October last year:








10:24AM BST 06 Aug 2008




4th December 2007





Dear Mr Rebelo,





I hope you do not mind me writing to you and that you will read my letter. I
am Madeleine McCann's mother.


I am not sure if you are a parent or not, but for my husband and myself, and
the whole of our family, the last seven months has been the most difficult, sad
and unbearable time that any parent could possibly imagine. Madeleine is the
most precious thing in our life.



As her mother, the pain and anxiety I feel for her is indescribable and the
feeling of helplessness overwhelming. The 'accusations' and media smearing,
although upsetting, are very much secondary.



I am appealing to you as a fellow human being to work with us (if possible
include us) and to remember that we are Madeleine's parents and have needs.



With regard to this latter point, I would be grateful if you were able to
keep us informed to some degree as to how the investigation is going - what work
is being done to help find our daughter etc.



I'm sure you will agree that this request is not unreasonable and is in fact
humane.



I am fairly familiar now with the workings of 'judicial secrecy' but even if
we could have a little bit of information in the broadest of terms it would
help.



Lack of communication and a void of information, particularly as the parent
of a missing child, is torture. We will continue to work with the PJ (and are
keen to do so as soon as possible!) as we have done since that moment when I
discovered that Madeleine had been taken.



This shouldn't be about 'finger-pointing blame', nor should it be about
differences in culture. It should be about a beautiful, innocent little girl who
is still missing. She is the victim in all of this.



It would be good for Madeleine if we could all work together to help find her
and the person(s) who took her.



I would be very grateful if you could give some thought and consideration to
my letter and look forward to your reply. I can only ask.



Yours sincerely,



Kate McCann.

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Re: Kate McCann letter to Rebelo

Post  tanszi on Thu 14 Feb - 0:50

in other words, i want to know what you know. Never mind Portuguese Judicial procedure, and the smears on your police deparment by the UK just tell me what you know. Oh and work with us, because we re in charge, not you. thats how i read it and did anyone see a reply.


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Post  kitti on Thu 14 Feb - 7:10

Didn't work though did it.

He isn't David Cameron.

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Post  kitti on Thu 14 Feb - 7:14

How did this letter come into the domain?

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Post  Panda on Thu 14 Feb - 7:19

It was published by the Telegraph which wasn't one of the flunkey Newspapers who were only too happy to print what Clarence told them.......more evidence of the McCanns arrogance.!!

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Re: Kate McCann letter to Rebelo

Post  kitti on Thu 14 Feb - 7:28

The letter was in the files...





Published: 06 Aug 2008

KATE and Gerry McCann rowed and slept in separate bedrooms the night before daughter Maddie was snatched from their holiday apartment in Portugal.

Evidence in the police files released earlier this week says that in an interview on September 6, Kate, 40, told detectives she was angry with her Gerry because he had ignored her during dinner at the Tapas Bar restaurant.

The astonishing claim came as a letter to Portuguese cop Paulo Rebelo was also released in the files, in which Kate begs for the police to join forces with her and Gerry in the hunt for Maddie.

On the night before Maddie disappeared Kate slipped off and slept in the children's room with Maddie, then three, and twins Sean and Amelie, then two.

The witness statement reads: "When asked if she ever slept in Madeleine's room, she said that happened on Wednesday because she had fallen out with Gerry after he ignored her after dinner when they went to the tapas bar.


Missing ... Maddie
"This only happened on that day. She decided to retaliate by sleeping in another room in the bed near the window.

"She does not know whether Gerry was aware that she slept in the other room as he was already asleep when she left.

"If in fact her husband was aware of this situation, he did not comment on it."

Mrs McCann also told police that Madeleine slept in the room she and her husband occupied on May 1 last year.

Clarence Mitchell, the McCanns' spokesman, refused to comment on the contents of the witness statement.

Letter

During the interview Kate also vigorously denied she had left Madeleine crying alone for an hour the night before she vanished.

The GP insisted it was Amelie who had been crying, and only for a short time.

The couple brought Amelie into bed with them after being alerted to her tears by Maddie.

In the newly released letter written by a frantic Kate, she begs Portuguese police to join forces with them in the hunt for missing Maddie and end the "war" raging between them.


Cop ... Paulo Rebelo
Kate, 40, wrote to chief investigator Paulo Rebelo shortly after he replaced disgraced former head Goncalo Amaral telling him "Madeleine is the most beautiful thing in our lives."

The letter is dated December 4 last year and is included in the 17 volumes of case files made public earlier this week.

She described the "difficult, sad and unbearable times" she and husband Gerry were going through since being made formal suspects.

She told him she was suffering a pain that was "impossible to describe" and felt "impotent" in the face of accusations and "libels" in the press.

Kate pleaded to be told of the investigation's progress, while recognising the restrictions imposed on Mr Rebelo by Portugal's strict secrecy laws.

She was desperate to end the "war" between the Portuguese Judicial Police on one side, and the McCanns and the British police on the other.

The important thing was to be reunited in the hunt for Madeleine's abductor, she said.

But no response from Mr Rebelo is recorded, reports claim.

Mr Rebelo replaced Goncalo Amaral, 48, as the chief investigator in October last year.

Amaral was thrown off the case for criticising British police, claiming they were working too closely with Gerry and Kate McCann.

In another revelation from the case files, prosecutors said the McCanns had lost the chance to prove their innocence when they and their holiday friends refused to take part in a reconstruction of the night of May 3 last year.

They said the investigation "was undermined" by the failure to carry out a reconstruction "which could have removed any doubts about the parents' innocence," according to a document revealed in newspaper Jornal de Noticias.

Paulo Rebelo wanted to carry out the reconstruction in March.

But the McCanns and their holiday friends, known as the Tapas Nine, gave "conditions" on which they would take part.

Meanwhile the McCanns' lawyers are considering asking for the case to be re-opened after gaining access to the case files last week.

Rogerio Alves said they must apply for the case to be re-opened by September 20.

Madeleine disappeared from the family's rented holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on May 3 last year.

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Post  Panda on Thu 14 Feb - 8:00

Thanks kitti good find. How can Kate deny Mrs Fenns' Statement,????
Also, this bit is interesting ;-
Missing ... Maddie
"This only happened on that day. She decided to retaliate by sleeping in another room in the bed near the window."
This bed was slept in by Maddie so Kate must have got in with her, maybe because there was no bedding on the other bed.

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Re: Kate McCann letter to Rebelo

Post  tigger on Thu 14 Feb - 8:05

Panda wrote:
Telegraph.co.uk

Wednesday 13 February 2013



Madeleine McCann: Text of Kate McCann's letter to Paulo Rebelo


This is the full text of Kate McCann's letter to Paulo Rebelo, the detective
who took over the Madeleine McCann investigation in October last year:








10:24AM BST 06 Aug 2008




4th December 2007


Dear Mr Rebelo,

I hope you do not mind me writing to you and that you will read my letter. I
am Madeleine McCann's mother.


I am not sure if you are a parent or not, but for my husband and myself, and
the whole of our family, the last seven months has been the most difficult, sad
and unbearable time that any parent could possibly imagine. Madeleine is the
most precious thing in our life.



As her mother, the pain and anxiety I feel for her is indescribable and the
feeling of helplessness overwhelming. The 'accusations' and media smearing,
although upsetting, are very much secondary.



I am appealing to you as a fellow human being to work with us (if possible
include us) and to remember that we are Madeleine's parents and have needs.

Work with us, sounds more like a command from 'above' a superior to an inferior.

With regard to this latter point, I would be grateful if you were able to
keep us informed to some degree as to how the investigation is going - what work
is being done to help find our daughter etc.

I'm sure you will agree that this request is not unreasonable and is in fact
humane.



I am fairly familiar now with the workings of 'judicial secrecy' but even if
we could have a little bit of information in the broadest of terms it would
help.
We cannot get our hands on your documents and you won't tell us what we need to know - are we in the frame?


Lack of communication and a void of information, particularly as the parent
of a missing child, is torture. We will continue to work with the PJ (and are
keen to do so as soon as possible!) as we have done since that moment when I
discovered that Madeleine had been taken.
They want to continue to work with the PJ but are apparently not doing so at this moment. They have been working with the PJ from the moment that M 'had been taken' (what is it with that catch phrase? Even now she doesn't say 'abducted' or 'abducted by egg man with bad spots who turns out not to have been Murat, but we're looking a a bunch a creepy fellows that might fill the vacancy.



This shouldn't be about 'finger-pointing blame', nor should it be about
differences in culture. It should be about a beautiful, innocent little girl who
is still missing. She is the victim in all of this.
Don't you dare put us in the frame, we'll use it to demonise you as someone who doesn't care about an innocent beautiful girl. (Has to be beautiful doesn't she? It's part of the marketing campaing - who is going to look for a perfectly ordinary child? - Well a real mother for a start.)

It would be good for Madeleine if we could all work together to help find her
and the person(s) who took her.
The aforementioned spotty, eggy, unkempt, creepy ones. For the moment I won't mention the P-word but TM are very keen on that angle, marketing again you see, press laps it up.



I would be very grateful if you could give some thought and consideration to
my letter and look forward to your reply. I can only ask.



Yours sincerely,



Kate McCann.

Annotated for clarity

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Post  almostgothic on Thu 14 Feb - 8:13

Ian Huntley tried, by various methods, to find out how the Soham investigation was going ...

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Post  tigger on Thu 14 Feb - 8:17

Consulting the timeline of events just before this letter was written is v. interesting:

Main events in December 2007 - with thanks to McCannfiles.com
1/12
It is revealed that Portuguese police are investigating a mobile phone call from Russell O'Brien to Gerry McCann that was made on 10 June 2007. A team of telephone surveillance officers highlighted the call as it is understood to have contained key words that aroused police suspicions.

Investigators are concentrating on the exact whereabouts of Dr O'Brien when the call was made. It is understood Gerry McCann told detectives the call was made within a 4km radius of Praia da Luz but technicians working on the mobile phone network have dismissed this after examining records. It is believed the call took place 28km from Praia da Luz.

It also emerged that each member of the Tapas Nine were placed under surveillance after British communications experts arrived in the resort at the end of May. Mobile phone records, which leave a trail even when switched off, are believed to have been checked against statements made by guests and staff at the Ocean Club complex.

The results of these tests are believed to have been handed to the Portuguese prosecutors last week.

There is further press speculation about the 'Exeter connection', based around the fact that, just prior to May 3rd, Robert Murat spent 10 days at his sister's home in Exeter. Her house is less than a mile from the house where Jane Tanner and Russell O'Brien live. Tanner and O'Brien are neighbours of James and Charlotte Gorrod, who were also in Praia da Luz, at the same time as the Tapas Nine.

2/12It is reported that Portuguese police are investigating a disused barn in the south-east of Praia da Luz following the discovery of a blood stained towel which police believe may turn out to be Madeleine's blood.

Fibres on the towel allegedly match fibres from the Renault Scenic hire car the McCanns' hired 25 days after Madeleine's disappearance.

It is understood Portuguese detectives discussed the breakthrough when they met British police and a Crown Prosecution Service official last week at a police station in Leicester.

It is reported that police are probing the secret summit between the McCanns and their 'tapas group' friends at a hotel near their home.

The fresh information is believed to have come from mobile phone surveillance police who tracked a signal to the remote and deserted barn. There they found a towel with an Aztec design, which revealed three sites of blood deposits on the edge of the towel. Tests showed there was 'moderate' support to suggest the blood deposits matched Madeleine's blood.

The results were not conclusive and are not regarded as being strong enough to be presented as evidence in a court case. However, close analysis of the towel revealed fibres which were not made of the towel material. The fibre fragments were microscopically examined against fibres found in the boot of the McCanns' Renault Scenic hire car.
Portuguese police sources say there was 'strong support' that the fibres found on the towel matched fibres found from the boot of the car.
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The secret summit was a meeting at the Rothley Hotel of all people concerned. It took place around 15th November, just before the screening of the first Panorama documentary.
The date of the letter is very soon after these events above.

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Post  Panda on Thu 14 Feb - 8:25

"The results were not conclusive and are not regarded as being strong enough to be presented as evidence in a court case. However, close analysis of the towel revealed fibres which were not made of the towel material. The fibre fragments were microscopically examined against fibres found in the boot of the McCanns' Renault Scenic hire car.
Portuguese police sources say there was 'strong support' that the fibres found on the towel matched fibres found from the boot of the car."
This is the towel found in the Barn.......I wonder what SY make of this, they must have seen every document.

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Post  tigger on Thu 14 Feb - 8:31

Panda wrote:"The results were not conclusive and are not regarded as being strong enough to be presented as evidence in a court case. However, close analysis of the towel revealed fibres which were not made of the towel material. The fibre fragments were microscopically examined against fibres found in the boot of the McCanns' Renault Scenic hire car.
Portuguese police sources say there was 'strong support' that the fibres found on the towel matched fibres found from the boot of the car."
This is the towel found in the Barn.......I wonder what SY make of this, they must have seen every document.

1st and 2nd December new information is made public.
When you look at the timeline - 4th December this letter is written, doubtless with the help of the pink one.
What it is saying in effect is What the ....... is going on? We want to know!


But by January 08 they were busy - million pound deals with Oprah/ plus a film co/ (also millions) plus a documentary all on the cards. Before a year was up, they were proposing a jointly written book titled 'Our year of Hell'....

You can't make it up.

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Post  Guest on Thu 14 Feb - 8:37

kitti wrote:Didn't work though did it.

He isn't David Cameron.

Considering that the scoping exercise and groundwork for the putative review took time and that there were far more "players" than the PM involved, it beggars belief that the Review was occasioned on a whim by Cameron as the result of the McCann letter.

Anyone following the manner of McCann's pronouncements and interventions over the years must surely realise he is an opportunist. The letter undoubtedly was a typical "Whoops, there's going to be a Review so we'd better make it look like it was prompted by us" reaction that fell nicely into Cameron's hands as it made him look sympathetic (at the time).

I fail to see how such anyone can truly imagine a major evolution like setting up the Review could have been done in little more than the blink of an eye. But, if some of the public were taken in by the letter and the apparent speedy response, that is actually quite useful. Nevertheless, it doesn't alter the fact that the Review is going on and doesn't alter the fact that it cannot conceivably bear out Healy & McCann's version of events.


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Post  Panda on Thu 14 Feb - 8:47

tigger wrote:
Panda wrote:"The results were not conclusive and are not regarded as being strong enough to be presented as evidence in a court case. However, close analysis of the towel revealed fibres which were not made of the towel material. The fibre fragments were microscopically examined against fibres found in the boot of the McCanns' Renault Scenic hire car.
Portuguese police sources say there was 'strong support' that the fibres found on the towel matched fibres found from the boot of the car."
This is the towel found in the Barn.......I wonder what SY make of this, they must have seen every document.

1st and 2nd December new information is made public.
When you look at the timeline - 4th December this letter is written, doubtless with the help of the pink one.
What it is saying in effect is What the ....... is going on? We want to know!


But by January 08 they were busy - million pound deals with Oprah/ plus a film co/ (also millions) plus a documentary all on the cards. Before a year was up, they were proposing a jointly written book titled 'Our year of Hell'....

You can't make it up.
No tigger , you couldn't could you??? I remember reading Gerry's Mothers' interview and she said Kate had a quick temper and apparently shouted at Gerry, "It's me they are after, not you". This is the same Woman who refused to answer questions at the interview, refuses to attend a recon , then demands to know what is going on and wants to be kept informed. Rebelo was recruited to "tidy matters up" attend the Leicester interviews prior to the case being shelved.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Thu 14 Feb - 10:29

I can only ask.

That makes me cringe. Oh poor me, all I'm doing is asking, so don't be hard on me!

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Post  Panda on Thu 14 Feb - 10:44

AnnaEsse wrote:I can only ask.

That makes me cringe. Oh poor me, all I'm doing is asking, so don't be hard on me!
You must admit AnnaEsse, Kate had some gall....do you think Gerry put her up to writing that letter, thinking Rebelo would be more inclined to agree if the Mother was making the plea.?

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Post  almostgothic on Thu 14 Feb - 11:00

Panda wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:I can only ask.

That makes me cringe. Oh poor me, all I'm doing is asking, so don't be hard on me!
You must admit AnnaEsse, Kate had some gall....do you think Gerry put her up to writing that letter, thinking Rebelo would be more inclined to agree if the Mother was making the plea.?
I don't think she'd need any persuading.
She's got all the tricks, has that one.


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Post  AnnaEsse on Thu 14 Feb - 11:52

almostgothic wrote:
Panda wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:I can only ask.

That makes me cringe. Oh poor me, all I'm doing is asking, so don't be hard on me!
You must admit AnnaEsse, Kate had some gall....do you think Gerry put her up to writing that letter, thinking Rebelo would be more inclined to agree if the Mother was making the plea.?
I don't think she'd need any persuading.
She's got all the tricks, has that one.


Just what I was about to say! I think she could quite easily put herself up to it.

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Post  margaret on Thu 14 Feb - 12:09

Panda wrote: I remember reading Gerry's Mothers' interview and she said Kate had a quick temper and apparently shouted at Gerry, "It's me they are after, not you".

Don't think l've ever seen Gerrys mother.

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Post  Guest on Thu 14 Feb - 12:22

margaret wrote:
Panda wrote: I remember reading Gerry's Mothers' interview and she said Kate had a quick temper and apparently shouted at Gerry, "It's me they are after, not you".

Don't think l've ever seen Gerrys mother.

Anna will know what I mean by this. She appears to be what some people would call "fly".

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Post  AnnaEsse on Thu 14 Feb - 12:25

Iris wrote:
margaret wrote:
Panda wrote: I remember reading Gerry's Mothers' interview and she said Kate had a quick temper and apparently shouted at Gerry, "It's me they are after, not you".

Don't think l've ever seen Gerrys mother.

Anna will know what I mean by this. She appears to be what some people would call "fly".

Yep! I'd call her a "fly," yin!

There is a video of her, siting on a sofa next to another family member, talking about Madeleine soon after the disappearance. Can't find it at the moment.

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Post  margaret on Thu 14 Feb - 12:36

AnnaEsse wrote:
Iris wrote:
margaret wrote:
Panda wrote: I remember reading Gerry's Mothers' interview and she said Kate had a quick temper and apparently shouted at Gerry, "It's me they are after, not you".

Don't think l've ever seen Gerrys mother.

Anna will know what I mean by this. She appears to be what some people would call "fly".

Yep! I'd call her a "fly," yin!

There is a video of her, siting on a sofa next to another family member, talking about Madeleine soon after the disappearance. Can't find it at the moment.

Cheers Anna... fly? the mind boggles!

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Post  tanszi on Thu 14 Feb - 12:44

i know that saying too. not a compliment.

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Post  Keela on Thu 14 Feb - 13:10

I know that phrase, too. Defo not a compliment. Means that she can be sneeky and secretive. Not to be trusted.

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Thu 14 Feb - 13:24

This isn't the interview mentioned before but Eileen mentions that Gerry's spirits have been lifted by the starting of the fund.......hmmm!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ML-gTcKDKrM

It's also interesting for Uncle Brian's comment that the fund would be used mainly for legal fees, not for "looking for" Madeleine - how could he foresee the need for those at that early stage?

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