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Post  fred on Tue 14 Oct - 14:23

http://www.timesofmalta.com/articles/view/20141014/local/update-2-76-year-old-briton-to-be-extradited-possibly-linked-to-mccann-case.539720#

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Post  LJC on Tue 14 Oct - 15:18

Update 2 - 76-year-old Briton to be extradited - possibly linked to McCann case
A 76-year-old British national, who was living in Gozo, will be extradited to the UK where he will serve time for the sexual assault of a girl aged under 13.
Roderick Macdonald, who was living in an apartment at Ta Cenc, consented to be extradited this morning before Magistrate Audrey Demicoli.
He was arrested by the Malta police in the whereabouts of Sannat yesterday.
Roderick Macdonald – who also used the surname Robinson – is also wanted by UK police who believe he can shed light on a paedophile ring possibly linked to the abduction of Madeleine McCann, according to UK tabloid newspapers Daily Mail and the Mirror.
Madeleine McCann has been missing since May 2007. She disappeared during a family holiday in Portugal as her parents Kate and Gerry were eating in a near-by restaurant
The Mirror reported that Mr Macdonald was in Algarve when the three-year-old vanished in 2007.Scotland Yard detectives chasing new leads in Praia da Luz where Madeleine went missing wanted to quiz him about paedophile rings in the area in 2007.
Police were ­investigating 18 possible linked break-ins at Algarve villas by a lone intruder from 2004 to 2010.The attacks stopped in 2010, at around the time Robinson was deported from Portugal to Australia for raping an eight-year-old girl there, the Mirror reported in May.
Within weeks of his release the former oil rig worker fled to Thailand but three months later he was deported back to Britain after Thai authorities found out about his past.
He moved to south coast resort Brighton where he was made to sign the sex offenders register but in 2012 he was given a suspended prison sentence in 2012 for abusing five- and seven-year-old girls in Brighton who bore a resemblance to Madeleine, the Mirror reported.
Mr Macdonald appeared in court in Malta this morning under arrest on the strength of a provisional arrest warrant issued by the courts after the UK judicial authorities requested his extradition "to serve a term of imprisonment of sexual assault of a female under 13 years of age".
A European Arrest Warrant had been issued against him on April 25, 2013, by the Lewes Crown Court in East Sussex
Police Inspector Mario Cuschieri prosecuted.

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Post  LJC on Tue 14 Oct - 15:20

If this is what being a patsy is all about, the more they round up the better. He's alive and kicking and evil.


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Post  tanszi on Tue 14 Oct - 17:07

whilst I agree with your sentiments LJC he should only be arrested, tried and convicted for crimes he committed, not ones he hasn't, and those that cannot be solved.  I would also call him a patsy if he did nt do the crime.

on a separate issue why cannot the children he harmed be mentioned in their own right (not named) rather than suggest that it only happened because they looked like Madeleine McCann who was 2 and 4 years younger. despicable crimes happen to children, I really wish they didn't, but to mention them only in the context of missing Madeleine is equally despicable in my opinion.

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Tue 14 Oct - 17:13

This is a regurgitated story.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2619888/British-police-hunting-run-paedophile-Portugal-time-series-sex-attacks-linked-disappearance-Madeleine-McCann.html

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Post  LJC on Tue 14 Oct - 17:28

tanszi wrote:whilst I agree with your sentiments LJC he should only be arrested, tried and convicted for crimes he committed, not ones he hasn't, and those that cannot be solved.  I would also call him a patsy if he did nt do the crime.

on a separate issue why cannot the children he harmed be mentioned in their own right (not named) rather than suggest that it only happened because they looked like Madeleine McCann who was 2 and 4 years younger.  despicable crimes happen to children, I really wish they didn't, but to mention them only in the context of missing Madeleine is equally despicable in my opinion.

I agree Tanszi and I feel sure he will only be arrested, tried and convicted for crimes he has committed. Without evidence/proof he cannot be tried or convicted. I see no harm in questioning this evil man.

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Post  almostgothic on Tue 14 Oct - 18:27

He has merely been given the role of Raymond Hewlett's successor as the 'Man Most Likely To ...' by those who would wish to divert attention elsewhere.

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Post  interested on Tue 14 Oct - 19:32

Kate McCann is quoted in the Mirror as saying it is "unbelievable" police missed the chance to to quiz him before.  This comes from the mother who refused to answer 48 questions regarding the "disappearance" of her daughter, thereby hindering the police investigation seven years ago.

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Post  Guest on Tue 14 Oct - 19:58

Not Born Yesterday wrote:This is a regurgitated story.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2619888/British-police-hunting-run-paedophile-Portugal-time-series-sex-attacks-linked-disappearance-Madeleine-McCann.html

ain't that the truth. yawn.

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Post  Chris on Tue 14 Oct - 21:22

interested wrote:Kate McCann is quoted in the Mirror as saying it is "unbelievable" police missed the chance to to quiz him before.  This comes from the mother who refused to answer 48 questions regarding the "disappearance" of her daughter, thereby hindering the police investigation seven years ago.

She does have a point though. If he was in the UK in 2012 and subject to legal proceedings how come SY didn't pursue the matter then?

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Post  tanszi on Tue 14 Oct - 23:25

did anyone know he was actually in the Algarve at that time. was he under notice to any body to let them know his whereabouts.

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Post  jinvta on Wed 15 Oct - 2:47

And will his DNA suddenly be found in the apartment with this new investigation?

Kate needs to keep her mouth shut. What is truly "unbelievable" is that her and Gerry left 3 young children unsecure in a foreign holiday flat so that they could booze it up with friends night after night. So "unbelievable" in fact, that I don' believe it!

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Post  kitti on Wed 15 Oct - 7:26

Goodness, a sprightly 70 year old jumping out off a window with a child and down the road with her in his arms not at all out off breath ....and leaving no DNA evidence either.


The smiths need to go to spec savers ...they are 30 year out..

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Post  jassi on Wed 15 Oct - 8:36

Chris wrote:
interested wrote:Kate McCann is quoted in the Mirror as saying it is "unbelievable" police missed the chance to to quiz him before.  This comes from the mother who refused to answer 48 questions regarding the "disappearance" of her daughter, thereby hindering the police investigation seven years ago.

She does have a point though. If he was in the UK in 2012 and subject to legal proceedings how come SY didn't pursue the matter then?


Probably because they hadn't reached that page in the script.

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Post  almostgothic on Wed 15 Oct - 10:32

The gargantuan amount of blanket false propaganda this morning shows how desperate and frantic Team McCann are to smother the Portuguese forensics story.

Clarrie has spun himself into the ground so fast his arse has just hit Australia.

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Post  chrissie on Wed 15 Oct - 11:06


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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Wed 15 Oct - 11:08

If Clarrie has landed in Australia, he'll soon be sent back. That country is very fussy as to who is allowed in!

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Post  almostgothic on Wed 15 Oct - 11:10

And if this guy is SO important to the case, how come he looks nothing like Mr Redwood's CW e-fits?
We all know who those e-fits represent, and so do Clarrie's press eunuchs.

Oh, e-fit man's a Smithman
He owns a tennis bat
He wears beige buttoned trousers
And he fibbed in an Algarve flat ...

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Post  jassi on Wed 15 Oct - 11:49

This guy is unlikely to have anything to do with the case and certainly not of an age to be hopping in and out of windows, etc.
As far as I'm aware, the 'paedophile gang' operating in the Algarve is merely a press invention and hasn't been demonstrated to exist.

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Post  pennylane on Wed 15 Oct - 12:16

almostgothic wrote:And if this guy is SO important to the case, how come he looks nothing like Mr Redwood's CW e-fits?
We all know who those e-fits represent, and so do Clarrie's press eunuchs.

Oh, e-fit man's a Smithman
He owns a tennis bat
He wears beige buttoned trousers
And he fibbed in an Algarve flat ...


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Post  Guest on Wed 15 Oct - 12:44

He doesn't look much like a black heroin addict tractor driver to me. Besides, he was in NZ in 2007.


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Post  interested on Wed 15 Oct - 16:34

The Independent in Ireland is reporting he has been arrested in connection with Madeleine's disappearance.  "British paedophile arrested in connection with Madeleine McCann disappearance".  www.independent.ie (under World News)

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Post  wjk on Wed 15 Oct - 16:41

http://www.independent.ie/world-news/british-paedophile-arrested-in-connection-with-madeleine-mccann-disappearance-30665972.html



British paedophile arrested in connection with Madeleine McCann disappearance
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VIDEO: Arrest made in Madeleine McCann case
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A British man (76) has been arrested in connection with the disappearance of Madeline McCa
Roderick Macdonald has been living in Malta for the last two years, on the run after a conviction of abusing two girls in 2012.



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Kate McCann and Gerry McCann hold a photo of what their missing daughter Madeline may look like now
He is also to be questioned about his connections to a paedophile ring linked to the abduction of the toddler in the Praia da Luz, Portugal in 2007 as he was reportedly living in the country at the time of her disappearance.

He was arrested in Malta on Monday.

Read more: Police rivalry hindered Maddie McCann probe - report

He was wanted by authorities in the UK after fleeing the country following his conviction, the Daily Mirror reports.

Scotland Yard detectives have also returned to Portugal for follow-up interviews with three suspects in the case.

Meanwhile, it was revealed last month that the initial investigation into her disappearance was hindered by police rivalry.

The unpublished report by Jim Gamble, former head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), found that so many UK agencies got involved, it damaged relations with Portuguese police.

Read more: Internet troll who targeted Madeleine McCann's parents found dead in hotel room

The report, commissioned by former UK Home Secretary Alan Johnson in 2009, was delivered in 2010 and led to the Metropolitan Police reopening the probe into Madeleine's disappearance, but was never released.

For the first time, details have been given to Sky News, revealing that Mr Gamble criticised the Association of Chief Police Officers' decision to put Leicestershire Police in charge of the operation because the McCanns lived in the county, despite the fact that the force was ill-equipped to deal with such a big investigation.

Mr Gamble said that within weeks of Madeleine going missing in May 2007, the Portuguese were given advice by CEOP, the Metropolitan Police, the Serious Organised Crime Agency and the National Police Improvement Agency

There is a video too but I can't post videos


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Post  kitti on Wed 15 Oct - 17:02

Apparently he was in NZ in 2007...i heard.

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Post  wjk on Wed 15 Oct - 17:35

Oh, I wouldn't worry about that minor detail, kitti.

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