You missed out one of the 'iffiest' of them all - Ray Wyre.@Verdi wrote:It's quite uncanny the number of people who 'believed 100% in the McCanns innocence' before having even met them..@nomendelta wrote:
1. He couldn't possibly have known the McCanns weren't guilty.
Brian Kennedy, Clarence Mitchell, he of Stobo castle, Sire Philip Green, Dicky Branson, the Hubbards - to name but a few. Most of whom are a bit iffy in their own right.
ETA: As regards Clement Freud - you have to question the source of this information .
He was quick off the mark 4 days after Madeleine was reported missing (in the Times) and after 7 days (on the Daily Telegraph), telling millions that Madeleine had been abducted, as a rock-hard certainty, and that paedophiles abducted her. Later, in January 2008, he and his wife had the whole day with the McCanns, when Kate tucked into a delicious banoffeepie. Reporting on that meeting, the People reported that he was again 100% convinced that the McCanns could not have lied about Madeleine's disappearance.
Later, the name of the witchcraft- and sex-obsessed pervert Ray Wyre was found on the notorious Elm Guest House list - see the Operation Fernbridge thread on CMOMM.
More about the late Ray Wyre here:
@ Verdi Wyre was a lot iffier than 'iffy'
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I've just got round to reading your past research into this strange person. I'm intrigued to know how it came about that Wyre was so swiftly commenting on Madeleine's disappearance and how it came about that the McCanns visited and/or were invited to his home to discuss setting up an international taskforce to help cops trace missing children. A bona-fide criminologist might have the expertise to establish an international task-force but what could the parents of a missing child offer?@Tony Bennett wrote:You missed out one of the 'iffiest' of them all - Ray Wyre.
Was it like Clement Freud's chance invitation to his villa in Portugal? A short note or telephone call out of the blue or was it arranged by someone like Jim Gamble?
As you suggest, Wyre is most definitely the iffiest of the iffies. Even his profile appears obscure - almost as though it's an obsession rather than a profession.
It's that wretched paedophile connection again - it just won't go away will it..
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