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Post by XTC on 22.06.14 0:31

@fossey wrote:He likes to get that word 'KEY' in again.

Mr obsessed with the 'Key'.

The key to this.. The Key to that.

Well hopefully Mr they will be throwing away the Key very soon. Yes, the Key to your Prison Cell.
There are some ' Keys ' here:

taken on the early morning of the 4th of May 2007.

One is a Crucifx key -front door

One is a big deadlock key.

One looks like a car key - a very old ( pre 1987 car) key.
 Thanks to the wonderful Pamalam for this.





Also: a statement from Maria Manuela Martins da Silva;

With thanks to the maddiecasefiles.



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Volume II

Pages 469 – 470a

Maria Manuela Martins da Silva

Date/Time: 2007/05/08 14H00
Domestic
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Concerning the issue of the process said;
. That she resides in Praia da Luz;
. That she often visits ********, sister of her boyfriend, who resides in Block 6, Apartment 5 in the resort known as the Ocean Club in Praia da Luz, in Lagos
. The block in question is contiguous with that one occupied by the McCann family, and is a ground-floor with a kitchen window having visibility to the back windows of the apartment occupied by Madeleine McCann;
. On 03-05-07, the deponent, as is customary, visited her friend ******, as a rule she passes the afternoon with her;
. The night, generally around 22H00, she leaves with her boyfriend, *******, for their residence indicated above;
. Declares that she left the apartment around 22H00, as was her habit, as the deponent generally makes and receives calls to family at 22H30 at/from her residence;
. The deponent and her boyfriend have two vehicles, a light passenger jeep of the mark Opel, model Frontera, green in colour, with license plate ***** and another light passenger vehicle, mark-Renault, Laguna model, gery in colour with license plate *****;
. Together the vehicles are registered in the name of her boyfriend;
. Declares further that on the night 03-05-07, she left the apartment at around 21H58—she remembers the exact time because she asked her friend the time and she responded after checking this on the telephone in the lounge;
. They left the building and the deponent and her boyfriend took the Opel Frontera, previously indicated, which was parked out front of the apartment, in the private parking area of Block 6 where her freind’s apartment was located;
. She declares that the night was good with a breeze, and that it was dark;
. After leaving Block 6, they turned right and after left, passing in front of the block occupied by the McCanns. She states that she saw no movement of people, and that in the immediate areas of the blocks she saw no vehicle with the exception of a small car, that appeared to her grey in colour, parked close to the window of the McCann apartment;
She declares further that she mentioned this fact to her boyfriend and that it wasn’t yet summer given the movement on the roads, and at that hour movement was nill;
. States that she looked at the exit of the apartment and that from the flat above the McCanns, she saw light, and also in from of the apartment, but she could not define, concretely, where she saw the light when she passed the McCann apartment;
. Next to the tree, she did not detect any movement of people or vehicles, and nothing struck her as abnormal in that zone that would have raised her suspicions;
. She only learnt of what had happened to little Madeleine the next day after having received a telephone call from her friend, who alerted her to what had happened;
. And nothing more said, having read the statement, finds it in conformity and signs it;
. The document is duly signed by me …

Carlos Dordonnat, Inspector with this Polícia Judiciária.

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Post by j.rob on 22.06.14 0:34

Good for him that he bowled out......

what a hideous can of worms....

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Post by Brian Griffin on 22.06.14 2:50

@Markus 2 wrote:
LYING & COVERING UP IS EXPECTED OF A FREEMASON:
The Handbook of Freemasonry (page 183) says to Master Masons:

"You must conceal all crimes of your brother Masons...and should you be summoned as a witness against a brother Mason be always sure to shield him... It may be perjury to do this, it is true, but you're keeping your obligations",You must conceal all the crimes of your brother Masons, except murder and treason,Not murder, was it.
And there you have the whole thing in a nutshell. Freemasonry trumps the Law. Gerry isn't a Freemason is he, by any chance?

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Post by Brian Griffin on 22.06.14 2:55





Just noticed but...top pic - I mean 'kinell couldn't your wife have, at least, ironed it for you!

Maybe she was writing one of her bewks.

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Post by Guest on 22.06.14 10:27

more 'keys' there as well fossey...

I too, can't yet understand the significance of the 'key' word - unless our GM thinks it makes him sound intelligent  big grin

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Post by MRNOODLES on 22.06.14 13:58

'The Wider Agenda' is an anagram of 'Hidden Waterage'.

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Post by Guest on 22.06.14 14:58

@The Rooster wrote:Gerry McCann and his use of jargon talk is all about elevating his ego in others peoples estimation. It bolsters his confidence and makes him feel sophisticated.  It's the classic tool of the bullshitter.  All for show.

Remember his less than convincing interview with Jeremy Paxman, the prick was all over the place trying to dance around with words and tripping up time and again..  ******* amateur!
Exactly. Summative Overview my ar$e.

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Post by tigger on 22.06.14 19:28

Dee Coy wrote:
@The Rooster wrote:Gerry McCann and his use of jargon talk is all about elevating his ego in others peoples estimation. It bolsters his confidence and makes him feel sophisticated.  It's the classic tool of the bullshitter.  All for show.

Remember his less than convincing interview with Jeremy Paxman, the prick was all over the place trying to dance around with words and tripping up time and again..  ******* amateur!
Exactly. Summative Overview my ar$e.

Perhaps we should have a topic on Gerry's attempt at  speaking in Blairese/official mode.

Starting with the 'no comment'  when asked if he knew Murat.

The Paxman interview. Paxman looked as if he could not believe what he heard, Gerry nattered on as if he was selling a dodgy car.

Apparently early in the case he gave what some have called his 'JFK speech'  - I dont know  which one that was but I'd love to know.

The speech by Wright to the assembled on the 18th has all the hallmarks of GM trying to sound really big business. Gleefully mentioning multi-nationals, celebrities and sport stars as 'partners' .

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Post by BlueBag on 22.06.14 19:45

tiggerf wrote:Apparently early in the case he gave what some have called his 'JFK speech'  - I dont know  which one that was but I'd love  to know. 
"Ask not what you can do for your country, ask what your country can do for you".


Allegedly.

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Post by cassius on 22.06.14 20:08

Jeremy knows.

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Post by HelenMeg on 22.06.14 20:10

@cassius wrote:Jeremy knows.
Yes, and I think Woman's Hour Radio 4 presenter probably knows too - Jenni

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Post by tigger on 22.06.14 20:20

@BlueBag wrote:
tiggerf wrote:Apparently early in the case he gave what some have called his 'JFK speech'  - I dont know  which one that was but I'd love  to know. 
"Ask not what you can do for your country, ask what your country can do for you".


Allegedly.

Errm I meant what Gerry said, don't think he was quoting JFK but sounding presidential.... i believe it was soon after a church service.

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Post by aquila on 22.06.14 21:38

25th August 2007 Gerry goes to Edinburgh media conference.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U88W_bAvgDI

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Post by Guest on 22.06.14 21:52

Just watched 3 mins of video, that's quite enough of Gerry for one night.  Incredible to think, Aquila, that his daughter had disappeared just 3 months before the interview.  You'd think he'd mislaid his shopping from the way he is speaking, no sadness nor emotion shown.

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Post by Guest on 23.06.14 9:16

@The Rooster wrote:Gerry McCann and his use of jargon talk is all about elevating his ego in others peoples estimation. It bolsters his confidence and makes him feel sophisticated.  It's the classic tool of the bullshitter.  All for show.

Remember his less than convincing interview with Jeremy Paxman, the prick was all over the place trying to dance around with words and tripping up time and again..  ******* amateur!

If you want people to understand what you are saying, you use plain English.

If you cannot explain it in plain English, you don't understand it adequately.

Gerry has had medical training where it would have been drummed into him that he needs to speak to his patients using terms they can comprehend such as heart attack rather than myocardial infarction.

Yep - he's a bullshitter and not a good one.

I wonder if he needs to bolster his confidence because, in spite of the title cardiologist, he simple isn't any good at medicine? Perhaps he was given his research role as the NHS equivalent of sitting in a corner drawing with crayons.

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Post by Latetothecase on 23.06.14 10:42

It would be very interesting to know who the cardiologist was that advised the late Scottish Labour leader, John Smith, that whatever was wrong with him, it wasn't his heart. Presumably not prescribing any heart medication for him.

Just before he conveniently died of a heart attack in his bath, thus ushering in the New labour era of Blair, his neighbour from a few doors down Margaret Hodge, and of course Brown.

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Post by Markus 2 on 23.06.14 11:06

You have to wonder how any jury can function properly if there happens to be a brother on that jury. Not only the McCann's but in cases like Rolf Harris, verdict soon. "You must conceal all crimes of your brother Masons...and should you be summoned as a witness against a brother Mason be always sure to shield him. There can never be a fair outcome  if that is the case , why should the British public  be treated like this, one law for them and one for the rest and the public money at that.

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Post by The Rooster on 24.06.14 9:26

Good post Poe. Plain Enlish is unfortunatly being edged out and replaced by jargon within certain groups...

What is Plain English?  

While jargon is understood by those who know the terminology; plain English is common words everyone can understand.  People who use plain English can easily converse with other people because they do not use exaggerated words which may confuse the listener. The plain English movement is growing daily because people want jargon, doublespeak, and other professional terminology taken out of government, law and the medical field. People want to understand what they are reading  and hearing without being undermined by ‘fancy’ terminology. There is such a desire to limit "gobbledegook" language, that a Plain English Campaign has been established for this purpose.

"People may use jargon to leave an impression of intelligence or to confuse a person."

(I cut and the above from a site on the subject).

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Post by Woofer on 24.06.14 11:23

IMO GM is not a Mason, purely because he is not of good character - they wouldn`t have him.

He`s foul mouthed, loud and arrogant IMO - not the type they would welcome into a lodge. 

Masons are usually more circumspect and go about their business quietly - they do not bring attention to themselves.

To belong a person has to have integrity, high moral standards and someone who can think of the needs of others - see video :-
http://www.wikihow.com/Become-a-Mason


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In The Farmers Almanac for 1823 published at Andover, Mass., the following was printed under the heading, "Character of a Freemason":
The real Freemason is distinguished from the rest of Mankind by the uniform unrestrained rectitude of his conduct. Other men are honest in fear of punishment which the law might inflect; they are religious in expectation of being rewarded, or in dread of the devil, in the next world. A Freemason would be just if there were no laws, human or divine except those written in his heart by the finger of his Creator. In every climate, under every system of religion, he is the same. He kneels before the Universal Throne of God in gratitude for the blessings he has received and humble solicitation for his future protection. He venerates the good men of all religions. He disturbs not the religion of others. He restrains his passions, because they cannot be indulged without injuring his neighbor or himself. He gives no offense, because he does not choose to be offended. He contracts no debts which he is certain he cannot discharge, because he is honest upon principal.   "

Masonry is about brotherly love, relief and truth and instills an ethical approach to life ....... so IMO they wouldn`t `ave `im  nah

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Post by Guest on 24.06.14 11:43

@MRNOODLES wrote:'The Wider Agenda' is an anagram of 'Hidden Waterage'.

The Wider Agenda is also an anagram of the words (in no particular order) at we danger hide.

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Post by ProfessorPPlum on 24.06.14 14:42


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Post by margaret on 24.06.14 14:48

@Woofer wrote:IMO GM is not a Mason, purely because he is not of good character - they wouldn`t have him.

He`s foul mouthed, loud and arrogant IMO - not the type they would welcome into a lodge. 

Masons are usually more circumspect and go about their business quietly - they do not bring attention to themselves.

To belong a person has to have integrity, high moral standards and someone who can think of the needs of others - see video :-
http://www.wikihow.com/Become-a-Mason


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The real Freemason is distinguished from the rest of Mankind by the uniform unrestrained rectitude of his conduct. Other men are honest in fear of punishment which the law might inflect; they are religious in expectation of being rewarded, or in dread of the devil, in the next world. A Freemason would be just if there were no laws, human or divine except those written in his heart by the finger of his Creator. In every climate, under every system of religion, he is the same. He kneels before the Universal Throne of God in gratitude for the blessings he has received and humble solicitation for his future protection. He venerates the good men of all religions. He disturbs not the religion of others. He restrains his passions, because they cannot be indulged without injuring his neighbor or himself. He gives no offense, because he does not choose to be offended. He contracts no debts which he is certain he cannot discharge, because he is honest upon principal.   "

Masonry is about brotherly love, relief and truth and instills an ethical approach to life ....... so IMO they wouldn`t `ave `im  nah

However, l truly believe that picture was a cry for help from the masons.

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Post by missbeetle on 24.06.14 20:47

@j.rob wrote:
@ufercoffy wrote:



Are we any closer to knowing what this 'wider agenda' is yet?


Look at the loving, intense gaze that Gerry is bestowing on his new 'baby'. Almost as if he is in love. His eyes are positively caressing what he clearly thinks is a brilliant work of art.


Some inspiration for those joyfully drawn curving arrows...?

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Post by BlueBag on 24.06.14 20:55

I think he's looking at the word "investigation" and thinking "maybe... maybe not..."

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