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Post  4timesanan on Tue 19 Jan - 14:32

this comment .....copy/paste from the joana morais site..
this comment copied today from joana morais
19/01/2010 12:06
Anonymous said... 23 To Anonymous 2
They HAD a buggy, traipsing about with it on monday 1st or 2nd in a village or town nearby. This is supposedly the time when the otherwise unexplained last pictures were copied, which were handed out minutes after the diasppearance was supposedly detected.
It was stated somewhere that the buggy was closed all day, so no one was able to view its contents. It was de twin buggy to boot, but apparently the twins were walking or being carried that day.

So who or what was in the zipped up twin buggy for a whole day or part of the day before Madeleines diappearance?


Anybody seen this piece of information?

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Post  Guest on Tue 19 Jan - 15:20

With respect , i dont think any Buggy was used to remove a dead body .of course if that buggy was replaced before eddie and keela showed up i will take back my assumption

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Post  4timesanan on Tue 19 Jan - 15:58

the comment was related to this post...somewhere the is a pic of the mcs pushing a buggy

19/01/2010 09:41
Anonymous said... 2 Morning,

I was looking at an old documentary. The McCann's in that documentary state that on the night Madeleine disappeared it was their intention to take the children to the Millennium for dinner?

The reason they didn't, apparantly, was that they did not have a child buggy and would therefore have to carry the twins.

They had eaten there on the first evening as the welcome dinner was held there. It didn't work out for the reason given above - they didn't have a buggy.

They also state that they thought about taking them to the Tapas that night but were not sure of getting a table?

I'm puzzled by this as it contradicts every other interview they have given, police statements
etc

The Tapas group after the 'disaster' of the first evening meal at the Millennium, where they have all stated it didn't really work out, as tables had to be put together to accommodate their party, being so large, and the long walk back with the little ones, thereafter pre-booked a table at the tapas restaurant for the remainder of their holiday, for the adults ONLY.

They did this we are told as their children, as is the BRITISH way go to bed very early and it would be too late to have them out late into the evening.

Gerry explained this in another documentary in his own words.

Further, the children ate dinner (tea if you like each evening as part of the daytime childcare arrangements) this allowed the children then to be put to bed so as the parents could have time to themselves.

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