What is certain is that since the start of the investigation there were incongruent and even contradictory situations concerning the witness statements; the telephone records of calls that were made and received on mobile phones that belonged to the couple and to the group of friends that were on holidays with them; the movements of people right after the disappearance of the little girl was noticed, concerning the state in which the bedroom from where the child disappeared from was found (closed window? open window? partially open window?) etc., and the mystery would only become even thicker due to the clues that were left by the already mentioned sniffer dogs. - The Words of a JUDGE in relation to the McCanns
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@Me wrote:Do tell!
Shakespeare: Henry IV, V or VI.
I forget which (me old biddy)
Somebody from outside running down a campside. Killing a lot of innocents. Everybody up and about. Total mayhem.
As in: the rabbits frozen in the lights, waiting for SY to come down on them.
Nighty night John Blacksmith, you were right all along!
Last post on the page and onwards but I don't think you'll be any the wiser!
Beware, Stephen Birch (alias LEACHATE) was particularly hyper at the time.