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Post by Guest on 27.03.12 23:17

Has anyone noticed the following admission of Maddies DNA having been found in the Renault, after all?

[color:7f68=000000]Fredrik
Skavlan:
There were rumours about DNA in the car... in the car that you hired?

Gerry McCann:
And we want to be
absolutely clear about these things, you know, there's two aspects: we
didn't hire that car for
3 and half weeks until after
Madeleine was taken, and the second aspect is there's no DNA match.
Errr... You
know, when you see the
files there's a mixed sample of DNA that comes from 5 people and
obviously some of it matched Madeleine's.
But of course, all, of
our DNA matches Madeleine's
and... and to be fair, you know, it was
incredibly frustrating from
the time we were
arguido, through to the... the file being closed the following July but
the... the Prosecutor's final
report was very clear
actually, and unequivocal, that, you know, there was no evidence that
Madeleine was dead. And there
was no evidence that we
were involved but certain people have chosen to ignore that information.


1.
A mixed sample? Just one?
And how many un-mixed samples, please?

2.
"Obviously". So here we have it, here at last!

3.
All of our DNA matches Madeleines.
Really?

'The DNA found matches Madeleines.
Our DNA matches Madeleines.
Therefore, the DNA found is our DNA'.

Dream on! Somehow, Madeleines DNA ended up in a car you hired three weeks after her disappearance. You just admitted that. And because you too used that car, her DNA was -perhaps- touched by yours, mixed up with yours, contaminated by yours.

But it was hers to start with, not yours.
Now, maybe you'll be good enough to explain to us, simple minds, how Madeleines' DNA came to be in that car after her disappearance?

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Re: Oh lovely Sweden!

Post by tigger on 28.03.12 9:09

Gerry's trying to make it sound as if DNA cannot be separated in a mixed sample. It's not as if DNA is like a box of smarties. All the blues are McCanns, all the reds are rotting steak, all the yellows are Michael Wright and so on. Doesn't work like that and Gerry must know that, I hope, what with being a doctor and all.

One of the worst things the cover up ever did was to have all the samples be destroyed - whilst in the last years people have been convicted on DNA saved for decades. It is completely against standard procedure and the excuse that the sample was contaminated in the lab is ridiculous, stringent measures are in place to prevent this and all staff have their DNA profiles recorded for that reason.

I have a feeling this excuse was used by the FSS on purpose, because anyone with half a brain would know it was an outright lie.




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Post by russiandoll on 30.03.12 13:16

lets hope the relevant people have taken note for court cases re depression and how the libels/books have affected their lives
we are functioning
Gerry is working full time
People will see a happy family of 4
We do get enjoyment out of life

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Post by tigger on 13.02.13 16:19

I recently found this complete and very good transcript of one of the Swedish Interviews.
It's replete with interesting information. Well worth a read - I particularly like the remark: 'It was a collective mistake' - you listening out there T7?

http://thelostmarketingploy.blogspot.nl/2012/04/swedish-show-transcript.html

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Post by aquila on 13.02.13 17:08

This interview covers a lot of bases and questions Tigger. The wider agenda.

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Post by aquila on 13.02.13 17:10

This snipped part is amazing

Gerry McCann: We were expecting a
Metropolitan type response and I remember... I remember saying to the officers,
'where's the helicopters? I want helicopters with heat seeking equipment.' And,
you know, the officer kind of laughed at us and said, you know, 'this isn't...',
you know, 'we don’t have a Royal Navy' and... and this thing... and... and you
just... and I'm sure every single parent can understand this because everyone
has lost a child momentarily and the terror and how frightening it is, be it in
a supermarket or a playground or a park, and you just want everything done and
you want... you want the world to stop and... and scream, and... and the
response, you know, was slow. Errm... And that... that's been one of the hardest
things for us, because, you know, Madeleine could have been moved very easily
and the Spanish border's only about 90 minutes away and obviously you are on the
Mediterranean, and one of the aspects of why we are campaigning internationally,
errr... is because she could have been taken anywhere.

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Post by tigger on 13.02.13 18:07

... and obviously you are on the Mediterranean .... says Gerry.

errm - last time I looked it was the Atlantic - but what the hell?

O yes, the Portuguese do not have any Royalty, therefore they have no Royal Navy. But they do have a terrific Navy with ships and helicopters and everything! spit coffee

I seem to remember Amaral mentioning the use of helicopters anyway. Heat seeking equipment wouldn't have been that useful imo. There were so many people searching it would have been pointless.


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Post by Inspectorfrost on 13.02.13 21:00

One of the biggest lies was they felt safe. What parent on a holiday to somewhere they have never been to before feel this. So they felt safe and decided to leave the doors on a corner vulnerable apartment too.

That the furthest thing from their mind was abduction. Hello? What about ordinary dangers from leaving three toddlers alone? Unless they were sedated?

The fact that GM was overheard on the phone at around 11pm by McKenzie saying he feared paedos had taken his child is testament to those fears being in his head BEFORE he left his kids alone. That thought doesn't just come into your head out of the blue. And it debunks the felt very safe so we shall leave kids alone when in the UK hardly a day goes by without the papers reporting of paedos and this for years.


Try harder Mr G!!!!!

Then we have Mrs M LEAVING her twins in a flat she is sure an abductor has struck! WITHOUT knowing abductors are still not lurking

How many red flags does any police force NEED

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