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Robert Murat articles on MF website

Post by Tony Bennett on 02.06.10 10:59

The entire 122-page article on Robert Murat has now been posted on The Madeleine Foundation website, in six instalments.

Despite its criticism of Murat for his astonishing 17 changes of story about the events of early May. when interviewed by the Portuguese police for a second time on 10 and 11 July. and its questioning of his discussions with Brian Kennedy in November 2007 and many other aspects of his conduct, there has been no reaction to the article from Murat and his lawyers and there has been I think almost no comment about the contents on the 'pro' forums:

www.madeleinefoundation.org.uk/Articles

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Re: Robert Murat articles on MF website

Post by kangdang on 02.06.10 23:41

Hi Tony,

I clicked on link and got 404 error...has the article been pulled?

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Re: Robert Murat articles on MF website

Post by Tony Bennett on 03.06.10 7:21

@kangdang wrote:Hi Tony,

I clicked on link and got 404 error...has the article been pulled?
The article is in six parts. I clicked on each part this morning and all six came up O.K.

We have had a few reports that some people whose computers are configured a certain way cannot download our articles.

I would be grateful if you could check again and let me know if there is still a failure, thanks very much.

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Re: Robert Murat articles on MF website

Post by ufercoffy on 03.06.10 7:34

hi Tony

That link also doesn't work for me, but I can go directly to the website and find all the articles on the 'articles' link.

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Re: Robert Murat articles on MF website

Post by Tony Bennett on 03.06.10 7:36

@ufercoffy wrote:hi Tony

That link also doesn't work for me, but I can go directly to the website and find all the articles on the 'articles' link.
Thank you. I understand from the person who edits the website that an attempt will be made to put the articles in 'html', whatever that means, maybe that will improve things.

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Re: Robert Murat articles on MF website

Post by kangdang on 03.06.10 14:21

Hi Tony,

I tried the link again just now and got the same 404 error. I'm thinking this may be because of the browser i'm using, as when I copied and pasted the link into different browser article came up just fine.


I was using firefox when I got the 404 error.

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Post by justagrannynow 1 on 03.06.10 15:42

I have firefox and I get the 404 Error page, but have accessed the article via the Foundation website and bookmarked it.

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Re: Robert Murat articles on MF website

Post by Autumn on 03.06.10 16:33

@justagrannynow 1 wrote:I have firefox and I get the 404 Error page, but have accessed the article via the Foundation website and bookmarked it.


Same here, I look forward to reading the articles thanks Tony thumbsup

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Jane Tanner's identification of Robert Murat 13 May 2007

Post by Tony Bennett on 19.07.10 20:53

Just out of interest, I report here the following exchange on 'Raptors' today (by the way, the 'pro's over there are currently devouring each other on a hatefest thread which currently has 284 posts):

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@ Anonymous

re: "Hmmm! Well, according to Mr Bennett himself, Jane Tanner waited 10 days before accusing Robert Murat of being the man she saw whisking Madeleine away.

According to the files, Jane Tanner told police about the man she saw the day after Madeleine was abducted, but without mentioning the name of Robert Murat.

Who to believe? Tough one".

REPLY: Pardon me if I step in for a moment amongst the bickering, backbiting and backstabbing of people supposedly opposed to, er 'hate' forums.

Jane Tanner claimed to have seen a man wearing mustard chinos at around 9.15pm on Thuirsday 3 May.

On Sunday 13 May 2007, after speaking earlier in the day with Leicestershire Police's Bob Small and two men from Control Risks Group, she told PJ cops that she was certain, or 'adamant', that Robert Murat, who walked past a police van with a two-way mirror, was the man she'd seen 10 days earlier in mustard chinos.

The following day, acting on that identification evidence (and other indications), Goncalo Amaral and his team pulled Murat in for questioning.

Later, after around November 2007, Jane Tanner began to gradually distance herself from her previous identification of Murat. All this is fully documented in our 122-page article about Murat on The Madeleine Foundation website.

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