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Post by russiandoll on 02.08.13 21:57

By Dr Martin Roberts
     01 August 2013




PORKIES


"I want for your children what I want for mine: that they're safe and that their innocence is protected." – Prime Minister, David Cameron.

Is Madeleine McCann safe? She might be, according to Scotland Yard. Should that be so then the matter of her 'innocence', protested on more than one occasion by her parents, is largely beyond anyone's control, or protection for that matter. Perhaps, in her case, the intention is to protect her innocence in retrospect. Maybe that's why Kate McCann decided to deliver up an 'account of the truth' rather than a truthful account - not one and the same thing. Indeed the very title serves as an absolution from the deliberate lies the work contains, such that the perspicacious reader cannot say they weren't warned in advance.

Given the recent emphasis placed on 'new evidence' by the Met and the media, coupled with unequivocal exclusion of the McCanns and their holiday making associates from the current 'persons of interest' pool, it is important that the paradox inherent in this extraordinary situation be made clear.

How can the parents possibly be ignored, when the father claims to have been the last to see his missing daughter (subsequent 'witness' accounts describe unidentified children) and the mother has since maintained a litany of lies, to the point of perjury?

Kate McCann's book, 'Madeleine', far from being a testament to the truth is a fabricated 'account' of it. Yet it exists, having been written, published and broadcast well after the closing date of the original Portuguese instigation. The book contains statements of fact, supposedly; statements which, given the chronology of their presentation, represent new evidence. Not the 'facts', you understand, but the statements themselves, a number of which are demonstrable lies. Such statements of apparent fact as include the following:

"Our own apartment was only thirty to forty-five seconds away, and although there were some bushes in between it was largely visible from the Tapas restaurant." (p.54)

Whereas, according to Martin Brunt, for SKY News (The Mystery of Madeleine McCann, 24.12.07):

"The view from there (the tapas bar) to here is not a good one. It's partially obscured. And of course at the time, it was dark."

"The apartment is some distance away (from the Tapas Bar). It's beyond the swimming pool. There's a wall and a hedge and behind that is a path. It would be very difficult, from here, to see anybody going in and out of the apartment. Going to check on the kids wasn't easy ... eighty paces as far as the gate, the distance between the Tapas Bar and the apartment. Not quite as Gerry McCann described it."

(Tuesday) "We dropped the kids off at their clubs for the last hour and a half, meeting up with them as usual for tea." (p.59)

Creche records archived among the case files show all the children signed in at 2.30 p.m., the younger children signed out again at 5.20 p.m., nearly three hours later.

(Thursday) "I returned to our apartment before Gerry had finished his tennis lesson and washed and hung out Madeleine's pyjama top on the veranda." (p.64)

This was previously offered in a statement to police as: 'When her lesson ended at 10:15, she went to the recreation area next to the swimming pool to talk to Russell until Gerry's lesson was over. Afterwards... they went back together to the apartment.'

(Thursday) "I had finished my run by five-thirty at the Tapas area, where I found Madeleine and the twins already having their tea with Gerry." (p.66)

It is Kate McCann's own signature that appears on both sets of crèche records at the time when all three children were supposedly collected, at the close of the afternoon session – 5.30 p.m. precisely.

"Gerry left to do the first check just before 9.05 by his watch...Madeleine was lying there, on her left-hand side, her legs under the covers, in exactly the same position as we'd left her." (p.70)

In his statement to police on 10 May, 2007, Gerry McCann volunteered the following information: 'Concerning the bed where his daughter was on the night she disappeared, he says that she slept uncovered, as usual when it was hot, with the bedclothes folded down'.

"It wasn't until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our block booking was written in a staff message book, which sat on a desk at the pool reception for most of the day. This book was by definition accessible to all staff and, albeit unintentionally, probably to guests and visitors, too. To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit, the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently." (p.56)

This was a staff message book, supposedly, the messages written by, and for, speakers of Portuguese. Kate McCann does not speak Portuguese. She would not be able to understand and translate a complex sentence in that language into an equally complex sentence in English; a sentence such as constituted the 'request', for instance.

"As we now know, the chemicals believed to create the 'odour of death', putrescence and cadaverine, last no longer than 30 days." (p.253)

The possibility exists, at least, that the 'chemicals' herein referred to evaporate, when in isolation, within thirty days. Whether or not they do so as the constituent of a compound however would be quite another matter. In any event it is the longevity of detectable odour (detectable by a trained dog at any rate) that is the salient consideration. This from a UTV news report of 8 March 2006:

"A murder trial heard today of the "distinct smell of decay" after a specialist police dog uncovered the make-shift riverbank grave of pensioner Attracta Harron four months after going missing walking home from Mass in December 2003."

"She had addressed me as Kate Healy, and although this was the name by which I was always known before Madeleine's abduction, since then I'd only ever been referred to as Mrs McCann." (p.189)

Madeleine was 'abducted', we were told, on the night of May 3, 2007. On several occasions, prior to and including May 3, Kate Healy signed the Ocean Club creche registers as K. McCann.

STOP PRESS

Kate McCann confesses to abducting her own daughter!

"I wanted to make sure that they (the children) would always have access to a written chronicle of what really happened." (p.1)

"Others have seized the opportunity to profit from our agony by writing books about our daughter, several of them claiming to reveal 'what really happened.' Which is extraordinary, given that the only person who knows this is the person who abducted her on May 3, 2007." (p.2)

What the Met and their sponsors in this 'investigation' charade apparently fail to appreciate is that 'putting a lid on it' does not eradicate, or even constrain, the problem. There is always going to be some unwelcome information outside the box, and more where that came from

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Post by aiyoyo on 03.08.13 1:19


"It wasn't until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our block booking was written in a staff message book, which sat on a desk at the pool reception for most of the day. This book was by definition accessible to all staff and, albeit unintentionally, probably to guests and visitors, too. To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit,/b/ the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently."[/b] (p.56)

I find it very odd that their friend doing the booking would offer such detailed info of their intentions.
Equally odd that the staff saw the rationale to list their reason. It is more normal to simply agree or disagree to reservations, needless to record any customer's reason to justify the reservations.
Anyway that will be easily verifiable - all that MET have to do it ask to view the reservation book.

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Post by tigger on 03.08.13 6:08

@aiyoyo wrote:

"It wasn't until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our block booking was written in a staff message book, which sat on a desk at the pool reception for most of the day. This book was by definition accessible to all staff and, albeit unintentionally, probably to guests and visitors, too. To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit,/b/ the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently."[/b] (p.56)

I find it very odd that their friend doing the booking would offer such detailed info of their intentions.
Equally odd that the staff saw the rationale to list their reason.  It is more normal to simply agree or disagree to reservations, needless to record any customer's reason to justify the reservations.  
Anyway that will be easily verifiable - all that MET have to do it ask to view the reservation book.



IMO such 'evidence' can be explained by the assistance provided by MW after the event. Woolfall from reputation management Bell Pottinger was on the spot the following day.

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Post by PeterMac on 03.08.13 7:59

Was that book copied onto the DVD ?
Kate says she found the reference whilst going though the documents.
Do we have a reference ?

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Post by Miraflores on 03.08.13 8:53

This was a staff message book, supposedly, the messages written by, and for, speakers of Portuguese. Kate McCann does not speak Portuguese. She would not be able to understand and translate a complex sentence in that language into an equally complex sentence in English; a sentence such as constituted the 'request', for instance.

At what stage did Google translate appear? I know from my knowledge of Spanish that it's cludgy, but it serves well enough for most purposes. Kate would have been writing her book in 2010 so I would imagine that she could have used Google translate then, to work out what had been said and do a bit more retrofitting of the story.

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Post by Guest on 03.08.13 9:11

@PeterMac wrote:Was that book copied onto the DVD ?
Kate says she found the reference whilst going though the documents.
Do we have a reference  ?

I have never seen any reference to this in the files, and don't think anyone has ever posted anything up anywhere with this information...........unless of course it is in the missing pages?

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Post by PeterMac on 03.08.13 9:53

She clearly states it is in the files.

Book p. 56 "In spite of what we’d been told about booking the Tapas restaurant, Rachael managed to get a table for nine at 8.30pm pencilled in for the rest of the week after having a word with the receptionist at the pool and Tapas area.
It wasn’t until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our block booking was written in a staff message book, which sat on a desk at the pool reception for most of the day. This book was by definition accessible to all staff and, albeit unintentionally, probably to guests and visitors, too. To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit, the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently."


p.325 "Combing through the files, I despaired. It was only now that I became aware of just how cursory some of the police work had been. Vital questions had not been asked, alibis not verified, lines of inquiry left dangling or, at best, not adequately documented. There is no doubt that the police were overwhelmed, both by having to deal with a crime of this nature under such scrutiny and by the sheer volume of information pouring in. The systems and resources they needed simply weren’t there. I felt some sympathy with them over the challenges they faced, and it was clear that Paulo Rebelo, who replaced Gonçalo Amaral as coordinator of the investigation, had tried to make up for some of the initial inadequacies by checking back for anything that had been overlooked. But the discovery of each missed opportunity was another twist of the knife in my chest.
It was here I found the receptionist’s note in the Ocean Club staff message book explaining that we wanted to book the Tapas restaurant for the rest of the week because we were leaving our children alone in our apartments. I was dismayed. This was a glaring green light to a child-taker – and yet no mention is made of it in the files until December 2007. December 2007! Seven months after Madeleine’s abduction! I could only conclude that its relevance had not been appreciated by the police."

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Post by aquila on 03.08.13 10:11

@PeterMac wrote:She clearly states it is in the files.

Book p. 56    "In spite of what we’d been told about booking the Tapas restaurant, Rachael managed to get a table for nine at 8.30pm pencilled in for the rest of the week after having a word with the receptionist at the pool and Tapas area.
It wasn’t until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our block booking was written in a staff message book, which sat on a desk at the pool reception for most of the day. This book was by definition accessible to all staff and, albeit unintentionally, probably to guests and visitors, too. To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit, the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently."


p.325  "Combing through the files, I despaired. It was only now that I became aware of just how cursory some of the police work had been. Vital questions had not been asked, alibis not verified, lines of inquiry left dangling or, at best, not adequately documented. There is no doubt that the police were overwhelmed, both by having to deal with a crime of this nature under such scrutiny and by the sheer volume of information pouring in. The systems and resources they needed simply weren’t there. I felt some sympathy with them over the challenges they faced, and it was clear that Paulo Rebelo, who replaced Gonçalo Amaral as coordinator of the investigation, had tried to make up for some of the initial inadequacies by checking back for anything that had been overlooked. But the discovery of each missed opportunity was another twist of the knife in my chest.
It was here I found the receptionist’s note in the Ocean Club staff message book explaining that we wanted to book the Tapas restaurant for the rest of the week because we were leaving our children alone in our apartments. I was dismayed. This was a glaring green light to a child-taker – and yet no mention is made of it in the files until December 2007. December 2007! Seven months after Madeleine’s abduction! I could only conclude that its relevance had not been appreciated by the police."

Kate fails to mention that when Madeleine was taken the twins were back in the creche the following morning. No mention of not being able to trust anyone in the immediate aftermath. Nope, just the stumbling on a reservation booking in the files a year later. Where were Kate's instincts to protect her twins the day after Madeleine's disappearance? Why didn't Kate suspect all strangers? Why would Kate think it ok the twins went back to the creche the following day?

She's right, vital questions had not been asked, alibis not verified and yet the twins were sent back to the creche the following day to be cared for by strangers. I suppose it was someone else's job to protect the twins. Heaven forbid their mother would have common sense and normal protective instincts.

Just my opinion.

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Post by Monty Heck on 03.08.13 10:19

@PeterMac wrote:She clearly states it is in the files.

Book p. 56    "In spite of what we’d been told about booking the Tapas restaurant, Rachael managed to get a table for nine at 8.30pm pencilled in for the rest of the week after having a word with the receptionist at the pool and Tapas area.
It wasn’t until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our block booking was written in a staff message book, which sat on a desk at the pool reception for most of the day. This book was by definition accessible to all staff and, albeit unintentionally, probably to guests and visitors, too. To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit, the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently."


p.325  "Combing through the files, I despaired. It was only now that I became aware of just how cursory some of the police work had been. Vital questions had not been asked, alibis not verified, lines of inquiry left dangling or, at best, not adequately documented. There is no doubt that the police were overwhelmed, both by having to deal with a crime of this nature under such scrutiny and by the sheer volume of information pouring in. The systems and resources they needed simply weren’t there. I felt some sympathy with them over the challenges they faced, and it was clear that Paulo Rebelo, who replaced Gonçalo Amaral as coordinator of the investigation, had tried to make up for some of the initial inadequacies by checking back for anything that had been overlooked. But the discovery of each missed opportunity was another twist of the knife in my chest.
It was here I found the receptionist’s note in the Ocean Club staff message book explaining that we wanted to book the Tapas restaurant for the rest of the week because we were leaving our children alone in our apartments. I was dismayed. This was a glaring green light to a child-taker – and yet no mention is made of it in the files until December 2007. December 2007! Seven months after Madeleine’s abduction! I could only conclude that its relevance had not been appreciated by the police."
Whatever was noted in this book, if it actually was, was certainly no more of a "green lght" to any would be child taker than the T9's sharing this very information with such carefree abandon among a random collection of strangers, such as BOD and JW.  Anyone with whom they played tennis or sat near them at the Tapas seems to have been made aware the T9  were eating there while all their children were home alone.  The pool reception staff were certianly not the only ones at the OC party to that information, as attested by the files.  The group having done such a good job of broadcasting this information themselves, it is surprising that KMcC was surprised at this "revelation" that perhaps some stranger could have been aware their children were alone, since their "relaxed parenting" was already almost legendary within the resort.

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Post by MRNOODLES on 03.08.13 12:32

@PeterMac wrote:She clearly states it is in the files.

Book p. 56    "In spite of what we’d been told about booking the Tapas restaurant, Rachael managed to get a table for nine at 8.30pm pencilled in for the rest of the week after having a word with the receptionist at the pool and Tapas area.
It wasn’t until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our block booking was written in a staff message book, which sat on a desk at the pool reception for most of the day. This book was by definition accessible to all staff and, albeit unintentionally, probably to guests and visitors, too. To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit, the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently."


p.325  "Combing through the files, I despaired. It was only now that I became aware of just how cursory some of the police work had been. Vital questions had not been asked, alibis not verified, lines of inquiry left dangling or, at best, not adequately documented. There is no doubt that the police were overwhelmed, both by having to deal with a crime of this nature under such scrutiny and by the sheer volume of information pouring in. The systems and resources they needed simply weren’t there. I felt some sympathy with them over the challenges they faced, and it was clear that Paulo Rebelo, who replaced Gonçalo Amaral as coordinator of the investigation, had tried to make up for some of the initial inadequacies by checking back for anything that had been overlooked. But the discovery of each missed opportunity was another twist of the knife in my chest.
It was here I found the receptionist’s note in the Ocean Club staff message book explaining that we wanted to book the Tapas restaurant for the rest of the week because we were leaving our children alone in our apartments. I was dismayed. This was a glaring green light to a child-taker – and yet no mention is made of it in the files until December 2007. December 2007! Seven months after Madeleine’s abduction! I could only conclude that its relevance had not been appreciated by the police."

 I'm surprised, surprised that the book didn't also have extra information telling would be abductors whether their apartment was locked or not.  Anyway at least it put burglars off as three responsible under 4s were house sitting huh

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Post by jeanmonroe on 03.08.13 12:40

PeterMac wrote:
She clearly states it is in the files.

Kate McCann.

Book p. 56    "In spite of what we’d been told about booking the Tapas restaurant, Rachael managed to get a table for nine at 8.30pm pencilled in for the REST of the week after having a word with the receptionist at the pool and Tapas area.
It wasn’t until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our BLOCK BOOKING was written in a staff message book

Gerry McCann

"we weren't sure we'd get in (to the Tapas) remember?
KM erm, yeah, we were all going to go to the Millenium.....................

STILL NOT 'SURE' YOU'D 'get in' Gerry?

BLOCK BOOKED FOR WHOLE WEEK!

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Post by lj on 03.08.13 21:07

@PeterMac wrote:She clearly states it is in the files.

Book p. 56    "In spite of what we’d been told about booking the Tapas restaurant, Rachael managed to get a table for nine at 8.30pm pencilled in for the rest of the week after having a word with the receptionist at the pool and Tapas area.
It wasn’t until a year later, when I was combing through the Portuguese police files, that I discovered that the note requesting our block booking was written in a staff message book, which sat on a desk at the pool reception for most of the day. This book was by definition accessible to all staff and, albeit unintentionally, probably to guests and visitors, too. To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit, the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently."


p.325  "Combing through the files, I despaired. It was only now that I became aware of just how cursory some of the police work had been. Vital questions had not been asked, alibis not verified, lines of inquiry left dangling or, at best, not adequately documented. There is no doubt that the police were overwhelmed, both by having to deal with a crime of this nature under such scrutiny and by the sheer volume of information pouring in. The systems and resources they needed simply weren’t there. I felt some sympathy with them over the challenges they faced, and it was clear that Paulo Rebelo, who replaced Gonçalo Amaral as coordinator of the investigation, had tried to make up for some of the initial inadequacies by checking back for anything that had been overlooked. But the discovery of each missed opportunity was another twist of the knife in my chest.
It was here I found the receptionist’s note in the Ocean Club staff message book explaining that we wanted to book the Tapas restaurant for the rest of the week because we were leaving our children alone in our apartments. I was dismayed. This was a glaring green light to a child-taker – and yet no mention is made of it in the files until December 2007. December 2007! Seven months after Madeleine’s abduction! I could only conclude that its relevance had not been appreciated by the police."


So if it is so horryfying that anyone mentioned (in writing or verbal) mentions this act of abandonment, isn't the deed even worse?

This pathetic excuse of a mother really takes the cake when it comes to blaming everyone for what she did wrong.

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Post by lj on 03.08.13 21:08

@Miraflores wrote:
This was a staff message book, supposedly, the messages written by, and for, speakers of Portuguese. Kate McCann does not speak Portuguese. She would not be able to understand and translate a complex sentence in that language into an equally complex sentence in English; a sentence such as constituted the 'request', for instance.

At what stage did Google translate appear? I know from my knowledge of Spanish that it's cludgy, but it serves well enough for most purposes. Kate would have been writing her book in 2010 so I would imagine that she could have used Google translate then, to work out what had been said and do a bit more retrofitting of the story.

Maybe not on line, but pretty good translators for the computer were available way before 2007.

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Post by PeterMac on 03.08.13 21:45

p.325  "Combing through the files, I despaired. It was only now that I became aware of just how cursory some of the police work had been.
Or to put it another way.
Only now did I realise how some of our parental responsibilities had been so criminally neglected.



It is YOU Kate,  YOU and Gerry. No one else.
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You have the entire responsibility on your shoulders.

Assuming, of course, that you have told the truth . . . !
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Post by Guest on 03.08.13 22:02

@PeterMac wrote:p.325  "Combing through the files, I despaired. It was only now that I became aware of just how cursory some of the police work had been.
Or to put it another way.
Only now did I realise how some of our parental responsibilities had been so criminally neglected.



It is YOU Kate,  YOU and Gerry. No one else.
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Assuming, of course, that you have told the truth . . . !
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Post by Guest on 04.08.13 11:03

3rd August 2013

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THE LONGEST DAY



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Post by PeterMac on 04.08.13 11:16

candyfloss wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:Was that book copied onto the DVD ?
Kate says she found the reference whilst going though the documents.
Do we have a reference  ?

I have never seen any reference to this in the files, and don't think anyone has ever posted anything up anywhere with this information...........unless of course it is in the missing pages?

But did Kate have access to the missing pages ?
In what language was this written ?
Has anyone independent of Kate ever seen this entry ?

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Post by Montclair on 04.08.13 13:01

As any child psychologist would tell, no child the age Maddie was when she disappeared would say something such as "Today was the best day ever." It was obvious that that statement was a fabrication as well as one where Maddie asked her parents why they didn't come when she cried. Children at the age do not reproach their parents and especially the next day when the child would have probably forgotten the incident.

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Post by aiyoyo on 04.08.13 13:20

It was here I found the receptionist’s note in the Ocean Club staff message book explaining that we wanted to book the Tapas restaurant for the rest of the week because we were leaving our children alone in our apartments.

One would have thought that if one wants to make a dinner reservation one does it at the restaurant itself where a waiting staff attending to you would have recorded it in a reservation book. How come this note ended up at the staff *message* book (presumably resort front desk staff) recorded by the *receptionist* ?

I wonder whether it is the normal practice to make restaurant bookings with the receptionist?
If the front desk is manned 24/7 any suspicious character loitering around trying to snoop at message book would have been noticed surely?

Nothing the fragrant Mrs says makes any sense. It's all conjecture on her part ie retrofitting to fit her pulp fiction.

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Post by lj on 04.08.13 16:34

@PeterMac wrote:p.325  "Combing through the files, I despaired. It was only now that I became aware of just how cursory some of the police work had been.
Or to put it another way.
Only now did I realise how some of our parental responsibilities had been so criminally neglected.



It is YOU Kate,  YOU and Gerry. No one else.
YOU
YOU
YOU


You have the entire responsibility on your shoulders.

Assuming, of course, that you have told the truth . . . !
Which remains to be tested, on oath, in a court of law.

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Post by PeterMac on 04.08.13 16:59

@aiyoyo wrote:
It was here I found the receptionist’s note in the Ocean Club staff message book explaining that we wanted to book the Tapas restaurant for the rest of the week because we were leaving our children alone in our apartments.
One would have thought that if one wants to make a dinner reservation one does it at the restaurant itself where a waiting staff attending to you would have recorded it in a reservation book.  How come this note ended up at the staff *message* book (presumably resort front desk staff) recorded by the *receptionist* ?
I wonder whether it is the normal practice to make restaurant bookings with the receptionist?
If the front desk is manned 24/7 any suspicious character loitering around trying to snoop at message book would have been noticed surely?
Nothing the fragrant Mrs says makes any sense.  It's all conjecture on her part ie retrofitting to fit her pulp fiction.
Again it depends on which "recetion" she is talking about.  There is a full 24 hours "reception" for the entire Mark Warner empire in PdL, but this is some way away.
There is a small "reception" which is simply a door and then a desk top as you enter the pool and Tapas bar area.

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Showing entrance to Pool / Tapas, tennis etc; road and pavement where GM met JW, and JT squeezed past, - (or perhaps didn't);  alleyway which runs along below the gardens of 5 A,B,C,D; overgrown hedge in 5A;  Small gap in wall with little metal gate at side of 5A.  Double patio doors also clearly visible.
(So in fact anyone lurking or entering would be clearly visible from the road, even though entirely invisible from the Tapas bar !)

This little reception is unlikely to have been staffed.  It was not on my visit,  and there is no mention of anyone there on 3/5/7, or they would have been the first point of contact by KM and the rest.
So the idea of leaving a book lying around on that desk is simply stupid.  Preposterous.  Ludicrous, even.

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Post by tigger on 04.08.13 17:21

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/MISSING_PAGES.htm


There's a note on that page re this mysterious booking that Kate says she saw. 


All the tapas bookings are there - nothing as described in the book.

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Post by Lance De Boils on 04.08.13 20:39

I have all the files on a disc, which were sent to me shortly after they were made public.
I have never seen the note Kate mentions.
It is, of course, possible that I've overlooked it. But I don't recall seeing anything that looked like copies of a "staff message book."
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Post by maebee on 04.08.13 22:54

"To my horror, I saw that, no doubt in all innocence and simply to explain why she was bending the rules a bit, the receptionist had added the reason for our request: we wanted to eat close to our apartments as we were leaving our young children alone there and checking on them intermittently."

Bad Ms. Receptionist. It's all her fault.

KM was horrified that the Receptionist had noted the reason for their request? Well, Dr. McCann, I am horrified that you made such a request -  "as we were leaving our young children alone there". - Shame on you, Ms. Ambassador for missing children. This is another example of KM's Narcissism - blaming someone else for her own failures.

How could KM even put this sentence in print? She has no feelings for her children. Her dining arrangements were more of a priority. She saw nothing wrong with stating that they were: leaving our young children alone there. aaagh 

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