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Manipulation of Ocean Club booking sheets says it all

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Post by HelenMeg on 17.04.15 10:33

Textusa has just provided overwhelming indications that the Ocean Club booking sheets were manipulated before being handed
over to the PJ. This is highly and overwhelmingly indicative that there were VIP persons staying there that week whose presence had to be hidden at all costs.
You dont have to read her post because, going on previous discussions, some people get very irritated at having to read her highly detailed posts  (why.. i dont know.. maybe because they hit too close to the mark !).

However, she shows how the booking sheets were manipulated - to the extent that apart from being 'created', different pages were printed off at exactly the same time (4 in 1 second)... oh dear... this must be sent to DCI Wall...  

Thank god someone out there is prepared to put in the hard work so that we can see the extent of this cover up.  


http://textusa.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/irrefutable-proof.html#more

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Re: Manipulation of Ocean Club booking sheets says it all

Post by jeanmonroe on 17.04.15 10:55

However, she shows how the booking sheets were manipulated - to the extent that apart from being 'created', different pages were printed off at exactly the same time (4 in 1 second)... oh dear... this must be sent to DCI Wall...
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Where it would immediately be 'filed' in the 'nutters, oddballs, ne'er do wells' file 'folder'!

Section 3, shelf 5, sub section 7a!

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Post by HelenMeg on 17.04.15 10:59

@jeanmonroe wrote:However, she shows how the booking sheets were manipulated - to the extent that apart from being 'created', different pages were printed off at exactly the same time (4 in 1 second)... oh dear... this must be sent to DCI Wall...  
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Where it would immediately be 'filed' in the 'nutters, oddballs, ne'er do wells' file 'folder'!

Section 3, shelf 5, sub section 7a!
Too true!
But I've sent it nevertheless. As Knitted referred to - it doesn't do any harm to show them we know.... nod

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Post by Constablekid on 17.04.15 12:54

Very interesting blog.

One small thing - I can understand a hotel wanting a printed / hard copy of guests names - if there was a fire, the receptionist would grab the current folder, head to the assembly point and from that print out could check guests present or tell the fire service who was still inside.

Does that make sense?

I do think it very odd that colum widths, spellings and heading changed tho. Looks like it may have been excel. Good work!

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Post by BlueBag on 17.04.15 13:27

@Constablekid wrote:Very interesting blog.

One small thing - I can understand a hotel wanting a printed / hard copy of guests names - if there was a fire, the receptionist would grab the current folder, head to the assembly point and from that print out could check guests present or tell the fire service who was still inside.

Does that make sense?
Absolutely does to me.


I do think it very odd that colum widths, spellings and heading changed tho. Looks like it may have been excel. Good work! 
It does look like an Excel hack job.

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Post by woodbine on 17.04.15 13:44

I'm not usually a fan of Textusa's work, although I admire the effort and conviction. However, that really is a quality piece of investigation.

The part that shows that the OC must have had a printer faster than any that exists even today was the most telling, for me.

And what was only touched upon was the fact that whoever doctored these documents did a truly terrible job. Either that or it was done in incredible haste.

It's another huge wad of evidence for Operation Grange to turn a blind eye to

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Post by Constablekid on 17.04.15 14:01

If there were 4 pages printed per second, could that mean there were 4 printers, and 4 people delegated a section of the data to work on?

But were those pages next to each other?

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Post by woodbine on 17.04.15 14:10

@Constablekid wrote:If there were 4 pages printed per second, could that mean there were 4 printers, and 4 people delegated a section of the data to work on?

But were those pages next to each other?
I doubt it. Why would you have 4 printers?

It means the template of the data was exported to excel and then manually changed. Which is why there were so many errors (typos). The date and time is now a fixed value rather than a system variable. So they could have printed one page, doctored the next page, printed that 5 minutes later and it would still have the same time on it

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Post by Constablekid on 17.04.15 14:35

Ah. That makes sense.

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Post by BlueBag on 17.04.15 14:39

Yes, I don't think the date/time stamp is a print date/time.

Printers don't usually print the date and time unless it's on the document being printed.

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Post by Richard IV on 17.04.15 15:08

@jeanmonroe wrote:However, she shows how the booking sheets were manipulated - to the extent that apart from being 'created', different pages were printed off at exactly the same time (4 in 1 second)... oh dear... this must be sent to DCI Wall...  
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Where it would immediately be 'filed' in the 'nutters, oddballs, ne'er do wells' file 'folder'!

Section 3, shelf 5, sub section 7a!

Didn`t you know that SY are watching and waiting for us to solve it for them; that`s why it hasn`t concluded yet.  I bet everything the armchair detectives investigate is worth them checking on.   big grin

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Post by Knitted on 17.04.15 15:30

I agree with with Textusa's broad analysis, and the newer comments about the date/time stamp. Something is indeed 'odd' about these, and it seems unlikely that a business would deploy a process requiring daily manual interventions in its databases, especially if they have purchased a bespoke/propriety tool to do the work efficiently, (e.g. the Profitus tool).

However, as regards them being simply Excel printouts I'm confused by the horizontal lines (made up of '=' signs) at the top of the pages. Being as the '=' characters are equally spaced they wouldn't be characters in Excel columns. (n.b. You could get that effect if the cells in the row were merged, or if you typed " '= space = space = " etc., but then you'd get a break in the vertical dots that define the column edges).  Here's the header parts I'm referring to...

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Now, looking at the text printed in the columns the alignments seem to be all over the place. The 1st character of some text actually over/underlaying the vertical dots defining the column edges. That seems odd (I didn't see Textusa mention this... apologies if they did... I read it all in the wee hours and may have missed it).  You might get that effect if you print off a blank (Profitus) sheet and then feed the sheets back through a printer to print the (Excel) detail (or vice versa).  So it looks to me like a double fed 'mash up'.

Could it be that the Profitus program was used to print off a series of unpopulated sheets... and then those sheets were fed back through the printer to print off manually created Excel sheets? Hence the seemingly misaligned column text and explaining how the '=' rows at the top could be printed. 

I'm happy to have a better explanation for the '=' rows seemingly not being produced in Excel... Any ideas? Or have I got something wrong? I must dash as I'm running late to go and spend the afternoon stuck on the M25...

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Re: Manipulation of Ocean Club booking sheets says it all

Post by Angelique on 18.04.15 9:15

As regards Textusa's recent post "Irrefutable Proof" and the alterations to the Tapas Sheets it's obvious they were produced to cover up something and was done in a hurry. It could explain the errors in typing because of haste but the information was obviously changed for whatever purpose.

It seems also that my theory is not so far off course either - here is a snip from the post:

"Who was there, or had been there, so important that their presence could not to be revealed to the PJ and why?

The hiding of a presence (or presences) that was more important than whatever had to do with a little girls death. Unless someone speaks we will never know. The documentation given to the PJ by the Ocean Club ensures that."

Someone was there that could not be revealed and it must be someone so important that any investigation can be stone-walled, evidence ignored and suspects given immunity.




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Post by HelenMeg on 18.04.15 10:33

I agree Angelique
This cover up and charade has always been about hiding the presence of who was there that week. Madeleine dying was a problem because an investigation into her death
would have led to the exposure of this.  The Mc Canns are pawns in this

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Post by HelenMeg on 18.04.15 11:01

Duplicate post - Edited to remove

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