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Post  interested on Wed 30 Oct - 0:52

Blacksmith has a post dated Tuesday, 29 October 2013 which includes a media report dated October 2007 - blacksmithbureau.blogspot.com

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Post  interested on Wed 30 Oct - 1:23

Blacksmith has added another post dated Wednesday 30 October 2013. The one I referred to (above) can be read by clicking on "Older Posts".

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Post  Panda on Wed 30 Oct - 7:29

http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.co.uk/

The only one I can find is this, quite funny.

I couldn't find aninspectorcalls.

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Post  widowan on Wed 30 Oct - 14:57

He really hates Clarence.

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Post  almostgothic on Wed 30 Oct - 15:09

widowan wrote:He really hates Clarence.
And he's not alone there ...

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Post  marxman on Wed 30 Oct - 20:32

widowan wrote:He really hates Clarence.

Yes indeed he does, and its personnel, and I get the impression that
hes holding out a lot more. Uncanny

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Post  chrissie1 on Wed 30 Oct - 22:27

http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.co.uk/search?updated-max=2013-10-29T20:38:00Z&max-results=1&start=1&by-date=false

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Post  blackrose on Wed 30 Oct - 23:38

almostgothic wrote:
widowan wrote:He really hates Clarence.
And he's not alone there ...
Most definitely not - CM is a thoroughly nauseating individual.

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Post  Panda on Thu 31 Oct - 7:31


Iv'e just read "aninspectorcalls" and although a very long article it is very interesting.

I highlight this because everything that is happening now seems to stem from that decision:-

"When it emerged in February that the McCanns wanted out of the libel case it was clear that something crucial had occurred and things would never be the same again. Amaral’s book was a lethal challenge: either you fight and refute me or you are tacitly accepting what I claim and the public will slowly but surely accept it. "

Just why did the McCanns , after two years, suddenly want to do a deal???

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Post  Guest on Thu 31 Oct - 7:57

blackrose wrote:
almostgothic wrote:
widowan wrote:He really hates Clarence.
And he's not alone there ...
Most definitely not - CM is a thoroughly nauseating individual.
Yes, but with today's BS it does seem to be personal. I wonder if they do know each other IRL.

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Post  widowan on Thu 31 Oct - 14:29

Of the people getting rich from Madeleine's disappearance or at least feeding from it, Clarence is certainly up there. Trolls have attacked Pat Brown for this but she is certainly not getting rich and is trying to do a job of profiling a suspect or pair of suspects she believes are involved. It seems odd to accuse her - or Amaral - of attempting to feed off the case when their aim is to solve it.

I see on the Blacksmith Bureau that he has photos of PDL by night and by day.

The rocky hill in the night photo is disturbing although you would have to be able to carry a weight uphill for a distance to leave anything there, however I wonder if they ever had the search teams up there. Forensics tell us that remains are usually left 25 feet or so from the last point where a car could pull off the roadside, but that is probably more the case with adult victims because of the difficulty of carrying them. I have a bad feeling about that photo and wonder why he included it. The beach because of its distance being so near and the tide going out would make that a better place for someone with out a vehicle, but a worse place because of how public it is. An unvisited hilly area with cover of trees (so nothing could be spotted from air) would be a possible hiding place.

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Post  almostgothic on Thu 31 Oct - 14:41

Thursday, 31 October 2013

More on Munchin' Mitchell

A view on Mitchell's status.
And a footnote:
* For those interested, the “tractor driver” farce has unravelled quicker than one of Mr Mitchell’s sightings: the widow has freaked out and is already suing the people who made the claim and the doors in the AG department are banging loudly as people  rush to distance themselves from it.

http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.co.uk/

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Post  Panda on Thu 31 Oct - 15:36

The question of exactly what that joint enterprise set out to achieve, and how, is being closely investigated by the police of two countries right now*, who are very anxious indeed to repeat that the McCanns are not suspects, definitely not, absolutely not, no question, Christ no, not, as Kate McCann used to love saying, not in a million years.


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Post  widowan on Thu 31 Oct - 16:06

But he isn’t just a spokesman, is he? Ever since the autumn of 2007 Mr Mitchell has been something much more, a self-taught reputation manager for the parents, a trusted strategist and, particularly in 2007/8, a vital member of the defence team which so successfully turned the tables on the Portuguese prosecution authorities. It was Mr Mitchell, remember, who toured the offices of all the UK national newspaper editors with defence lawyers and gave a confidential and categorical assurance to each of them that the McCanns were completely innocent and that continuing to print accusatory stories would result in legal action.

Unlike his fellow travellers, however, Mr Mitchell is not a lawyer. As someone who left school early without any qualifications, indeed, he isn’t a member of any profession. Does that matter or are we being snobbish?

Oh, it matters all right; it matters a great deal and with every day that goes by it matters a great deal more.

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Blacksmith implies that Mitchell has no legal protection if these two go down - unlike a lawyer or someone with a PR firm. He's goading Mitchell; to what end?

What, I wonder, were the personal reasons Mitchell chose to be involved and stay involved with the case and the potential legal troubles faced by the media if they printed accusatory stories? I think he may have known Clarrie IRL however he may just be completely outraged at the way this person has helped degrade the quality of UK journalism, which in itself is enough to highly outrage someone who has been in that business, or indeed anyone who respects the value of a free press.

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Post  almostgothic on Fri 1 Nov - 14:37

Friday, 1 November 2013

The vulnerabilities of Mr Mitchell–continued

http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/the-vulnerabilities-of-mr.html

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Post  interested on Fri 1 Nov - 19:49

almostgothic wrote:Friday, 1 November 2013

The vulnerabilities of Mr Mitchell–continued

http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/the-vulnerabilities-of-mr.html


"Rotten" and "shameful" doesn't even come close. Thanks to "almostgothic" for posting the link to the continuation.

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Post  widowan on Fri 1 Nov - 22:06

Not content with their 2007 wrecking ball the parents engaged an accomplice, a paid liar, to help breathe life and credibility into the abductor who never was.

But they believed - if they believed, as Jane said she did and McCanns say they did - that this person was the abductor, then they only paid him to publicize an abductor that they thought actually existed as such - rather than as a person who was taking his child home but for some reason did not come forth immediately - a tourist who, there on the night of the abduction and carrying a child in that area and wearing an outfit and with hair style similar to what Jane saw and the efit very much in the news, chose not to come forward.

I can see how the lack of him raising his hand to come forward before contacted in 2013 by SY would make them think that no actual innocent party - which they certainly begged to come forward, anyone with information on this sighting - would sit on information that could help rule him out. And how did PJ not go to the night crèche and discover the parents there who were taking kids home at this time?

No one not hidden in a cave did not know about this sighting, certainly not those there at the time, at the day and at the hour of this sighting, would have failed to be aware of this abduction and the efit produced.

They assumed that anyone nearby who had information about this person would come forward, at least, and so would I hope you could make that assumption.

If this information was uncovered by the PJ and hidden that doesn't look too good for them; if uncovered b y Exton/Oakley and hidden by McCanns it doesn't look good on them. If not uncovered by PJ that's not great investigative work.



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Post  almostgothic on Wed 20 Nov - 12:37

Blacksmith's latest:

Tuesday, 19 November 2013
Sports News

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Post  Panda on Wed 20 Nov - 14:18

almostgothic wrote:Blacksmith's latest:

Tuesday, 19 November 2013
Sports News
Hi almostgothic, Sports News doesn't work , is there another link?

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Post  tanszi on Wed 20 Nov - 14:31

http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.com

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Post  almostgothic on Wed 20 Nov - 14:36

Thanks tanzi!

Sorry Panda - forgot to add the link - senior moment!

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Post  Panda on Wed 20 Nov - 15:20

tanszi wrote:http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.com
Thanks tanzi...not so sure about the swelling and shrinking bit , only that Amaral , on the last photo walking in casual clothes with his Lawyer looks relaxed, while the McCanns , in their last photo look grim.

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Post  widowan on Wed 20 Nov - 20:16

they look terrible.

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Post  tanszi on Wed 20 Nov - 21:31

they look terrible because they need to look terrible, gone these days are the smiles, broad grins, full make up, relatively smart clothes of the early days of the abduction. Now its grim faces, clothes that don't do anything for them, and K s hairstyles which are either lank and uncombed (me getting out of bed) or an updo reminiscent of the 50s. I would not normally comment on their clothes or looks its just that they are so obviously dumbed down from their looks of the days of PdL Outfit for each occasion, suit style garments for the Pope, appropriate running gear for jogging, shorts etc for the beach, and dresses, or casual smart clothes, make up and very styled hair to camera for K, for News and magazine articles.

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Post  comperedna on Thu 21 Nov - 14:15

The scruffy look is either real distress, or the appearance of distress put on for the libel hearing... or more likely both. I don't want to gloat if they feel bad, though I think its inevitable they do feel bad... I just want justice to be done for Madeleine, as far as it can be... if the evidence will stand up. If it won't, damn well search for more, Mr Redwood and co... but not out there miles away amongst the halt, the lame, and the dead... but right in close where the case could eventually be solved... if it ever will be. If there is a genuine will to solve it. Not sure about that either way, but I'm feeling positive at the moment.

Redwood said he wanted to go back to the beginning ... Fine, that's right, so he should; he also wanted to look at the case again 'as if the abduction (sic) occurred in he UK. Well do it that way then! I know how it would proceed here only too well... It would go from the inside outwards and not the other way around. Thinks.... Maybe the Redwood route is the only way he could get co-operation from the main players! The word abduction is having its meaning stretched to its limit, but maybe not to breaking point. Someone sure as hell took Madeleine out of that flat.

I was interested to see that in the BBC Crimewatch programme all those around the table had clean, empty wineglasses in front of them. Heaven forbid full glasses should lead anyone should think they drank a lot that night! It should be easy to find out how may bottles it was. I expect they were all half cut, and not thinking straight by 10pm. That could explain quite a lot. Curiouser and curiouser... David and Fiona Payne were not mentioned as being amongst the friends at the table that night, and did not appear as played by actors. Neither did Diane Webster, Fiona's mother. Hmmm...

My goodness, this is not like the local oddball and mentally challenged Barry George supposedly one to one on Jill Dando's doorstep, supposedly shooting her for his own unspecified reasons, with nobody else around! Half of PDL must have a fair idea what happened. The lid will not stay on this at all. Eventually, even the Barry George case unravelled. Anyone with the full scale IQ of Mr George... in the handicapped range... would not have been able to fashion a dum-dum bullet, or work out how to avoid initial capture. (I fear both Redwood and Alison Saunders, the new CPS chief, may have been involved in the Barry George case too.) He was convicted (I won't say conveniently fitted up as I don't know if that is true) on the belated discovery of one microscopic piece of what could have been gunshot residue on his clothing. In the MBM case, buckets of strongly indicative and circumstantial evidence are being wilfully ignored... or we are being led to believe that they are. The elephant in the room is bloody well trumpeting and stamping about PDL!

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