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James and Charlotte Gorrod

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Re: James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by jd on 28.05.12 18:22

According to this site their house was last sold on 7th April 2006, which must be the date they moved there. Curious why the driving license has a London address. Interesting that up the road is The Exeter Nuffield Hospital and The Royal Devon and Exeter Hospitals

http://www.findaproperty.com/house-valuation/egham-avenue.ex2.exeter.devon

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Re: James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by sami on 28.05.12 18:44

@jd wrote:I still find this booking form strange. Is there anyone out there who have flown Easyjet with a child or children under the age of 2? who can shed some more light on what it prints out like. I would have thought there be a reference to a child travelling under the age of 2 and their name at least

Total number of bags is: 0. So they obviously flew with just hand luggage...for a weeks holiday? I don't think so, especially with a child under 2 years old. They had all the amenities already out there for this

Its says on Easyjet website:
Can I take extra hand baggage when I’m flying with my child?
Children sitting on an adult’s lap don’t qualify for free hand baggage, so any baby clothes or other items must be part of your hand baggage. Children sitting in a car seat or in their own seat qualify for one piece of hand baggage with no weight limit, just like the grown-ups.

As the flight was booked for just 2 passengers then their child could only have been sitting on their lap, which has to be part of the adults hand baggage

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/P11/11_VOLUME_XIa_Page_2737.jpg


In my experience of airline travel with an infant, though not easyjet, all details are given for the infant at the time of booking, age, name etc. However the infant is usually attached to the lead passenger. So, when making the booking for 2 adults and 1 infant on the booking form it appears as Passenger 1 - full details, underneath that is the infant and full details, then Passenger 2 and their details.

If you look at the form in the link you have published, it says at the top 2 pax, then 1 pax. So there were three people on each flight, although it says on the bottom 2 persons.

It looks odd I agree, but in actual fact would accord with what I would fill out on-line when making a booking. I suppose they must have a different sheet which shows the head count and who is who. They are very strict with travelling infants, indeed they would not allow me travel alone with two infants. I needed another adult to accompany me. One airline told me they had a maximum number of infants allowed on any single flight.

Try a dummy run on a booking with an airline and it will be easier to see what I mean.

What I find astounding is the luggage or lack of it with the booking if they did have an infant present. I feel so inferior to the McCanns and their friends. They can travel without a buggy for the kids, travel with just hand luggage and guarantee their children will sleep every night at the same time and not wake up. None of this happens in my life.

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James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by sijm on 28.05.12 18:48

Another interesting article on a FOOTANSTEYS website is by Steve Richards, Partner and Commercial Disputes Specialist, Advises business that maintaining good paper work could pay off in the courts.

He talks about the Amanda Knox case , she who was accused of killing Meridith Kercher in Italy in 2007, she was found guilty by the Italian courts, sentenced to 20 years in prison, she appealed successfully and was released.

Steve Richards adds, how it was true that Ms Knox had given conflicting accounts of her whereabouts on the night of the murder and that there were other aspects of her behaviour which caused many commentators to conclude that she was part of some elaborate cover-up. In terms thought of her direct involvement in Ms Kercher's death, there is no witness and it was difficult to point to a credible motive, save for some highly questionable DNA, the case against Ms Knox had always looked weak.

What ever the position in Italy. It is Fundamental of English legal system that those wishing to persue a legal right are capable of first demonstrating the existence or likely availability of sufficient evidence to support the allegation in question.

In short, there needs to be real justification to warrant the allocation of our in demand court resources.

He adds, Documentary evidence plays a pivotal role, Even a single e-mail or letter can spell the difference between a successful action and one that is judged to be over before it begins.

The court process needs justification to proceed.

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Re: James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by chillyheat on 05.11.13 12:03

Knox House on street view looks like a council block ???
Any connections why this came up on the hire car booking ?

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Re: James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by chillyheat on 09.11.13 12:26

@ChillyHeat wrote:Knox House on street view looks like a council block ???
Any connections why this came up on the hire car booking ?
Bumping for a possible answer....

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Re: James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by Guest on 09.11.13 15:17

I would guess it was an old address and he hadn't updated his driving licence.

The same applies to Gerry if I remember rightly but it's just a coincidence I would think.

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Re: James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by chillyheat on 09.11.13 15:39

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:I would guess it was an old address and he hadn't updated his driving licence.

The same applies to Gerry if I remember rightly but it's just a coincidence I would think.
At risk of a £1000 fine, and its free to update....Yes, it is strange

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Re: James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by j.rob on 12.06.15 16:18

@jd wrote:What are the chances of moving from your house to another one in a totally different part of the country, and within a few weeks of moving there your brand new neighbours just happened to be going to the very same holiday resort as you on the very same day? And the man you are trying to get arrested for your friends daughters abduction also just happened to be less a mile up the road from your new house in this different part of the country the week before too? And he too just happens to live outside the holiday resort you are going to, infact his father built up the surrounding area of this holiday resort

This is the true story of jane tanner/rob o'brien / robert murat / The gorrods

Maybe murat was in Exeter to visit the Gorrods? According to Textusa the Gorrods own an apartment in the resort.  She and her husband own houses in Portugal. Murat's uncle, Ralph Eveleigh, runs a bed and breakfast in the nearby The Gorrods have offices in Plymouth. Murats cousin/aunt Sally Eveleigh and her husband Ralph Eveleigh, they live in Plymouth and Sally Eveleigh works too for a adoption agency.village of Burgau

The Gorrods went 'missing' for nearly 2 days after arriving at the airport on the 28th and did not arrive at OC until the 30th which is most curious, 30th the day murat booked his very hasty plane ticket back to PDL

This is interesting.

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Re: James and Charlotte Gorrod

Post by Guest on 13.06.15 11:35

Could be; any link to the 'Exeter rumors' in that recent post to GA's Fund?

One hardly ever hears any mention of Exeter otherwise. Now twice in one week

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