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Post  chillyheat on Thu 24 Oct - 20:40

Mr. José Manuel Durao Barroso
European Commission
Rue de la Roí 200
Brussels, Belgium. 1049

Mr. Barroso:

My name is Robert Argiz and I write you on behalf of myself and the community I live in regarding the kidnapping case of Madeleine McCann.

The Global Analysis International Intelligence Agency with headquarters in London, and led by veteran investigative Journalist Christopher Edward Harley Story [know also as Christopher Story] published on his website, an intelligence journalistic analysis which included a piece related to the case of kidnapped British child Madeleine Beth McCann, daughter of Gerald and Kate McCann from Leicester in Britain. 

According to the report-analysis, you ordered the kidnapping of Madeleine McCann after seeing her pictures shown to you three days before she was abducted on May 3, 2007 and is now being held in captivity on your orders. The report-analysis informed also that on August 7, 2007 detective John Shore from the London Metropolitan Police intelligence unit confirmed that Madeleine McCann, was kidnapped on orders by a high ranking member at the European Commission, through individuals working for a paedophile organisation in Belgium with presence in Portugal, after receiving her pictures as an attachment in an e-mail message sent from a computer located in Praia da Luz. In addition, Mr. Story told an audience that his decision to publish your name was based on his indignation resulting from death-threats he received, by an unidentified man who spoke on your behalf demanding that the intelligence journalistic agency, abstain from mentioning you as the individual ultimately responsible for the crime. More detailed information based on the report can be obtained on this blog.

Our balance position on this matter is tilted towards the report published by the Christopher Story journalistic intelligence agency on the basis of its world renowned professional weight. We share the profession with the prestigious Christopher Story journalistic intelligence agency, but do not come near their level of sophistication and experience on the type work they have done throughout the past forty years, which include advising past British governments on important national intelligence issues, not to mention several appearances before Congressional Committees in the United States on crucial international affairs. We find these and other reasons to suffice our belief that the Christopher Story agency did not lied, when they published their intelligence findings on your involvement in the kidnapping of Madeleine McCann. It would have been totally suicidal had they done so considering your position and influence in the European Commission. There is also the relevant element related to the death threat Mr. Story received by an unknown individual, who demanded that your name not be made public in connection with the case. This incidental fact inevitably triggers additional ideas that tilt the balance even more towards convincing us that after all, it is true what the Christopher Story intelligence agency reported. Why would you want to stop --by means of death threats-- someone from publishing your name on the case if you did not have anything to do with it?

Mr. Barroso, other than the available information we have already shared with you, we do not have tangible evidence or solid grounds of any type to accuse you of what the Christopher Story intelligence agency said you did, but we think that what they reported is true. Hence, on this basis we appeal to your humanity and beg you to p-l-e-a-s-e end this terrible ordeal the parents and family of Madeleine McCann have been going through for more than two years, by allowing the child to be returned to her parents and home where she belongs.

We thank you for your time and attention to this matter and apologise in advance if you feel that we have been an annoyance in any way.

Robert Argiz, et al.


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Re: Draw your own conclusions...

Post  whmon on Thu 24 Oct - 21:08

I read this once before and thought it was a dangerous letter to write whether the Chateau des Amerois is a real hell hole or just an internet myth. The letter wouldn't be able to shed any light on the matter anyway, never mind 'a thousand points of it' if you know what I mean.

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Re: Draw your own conclusions...

Post  chillyheat on Fri 25 Oct - 21:32


Together with the CW Transcripts......Pay attention to AR words.

“Madeleine McCann Crimewatch appeal sees "overwhelming response" with 300 calls and 170 emails

Detectives say there are still people out there who could have information to help "unlock" the case.

Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann say they have had an "overwhelming response" to their appeal on Crimewatch last night.

And they believe some of the calls and emails they've received during and after the BBC1 show could help them unlock the case.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, who is leading Scotland Yard's investigation into Madeleine's disappearance, said there had been a "really good, positive response".

He said: "We are extremely pleased with the response to the Crimewatch appeal.

"The incident room is following up a number of enquiries, having received over 300 calls and over 170 emails with specific lines of enquiry.

"We will now take the time to follow up these lines of enquiry.

"Our appeal continues and later today I will be travelling to Holland, and tomorrow Germany, to continue the appeal for information.

"Madeleine remains at the heart of everything we do and I will continue to update the McCann family as more information is received by the incident room."

Calls and emails came into the Crimewatch studio, the incident room at Belgravia and the call centre at Hendon.

The appeal included the release of new e-fits and police received calls which put forward names their new prime suspect.

In the programme, Kate McCann revealed she may have been just seconds away from catching the man who kidnapped her daughter.

The anguished mum found Madeleine had disappeared from their holiday apartment in Portugal at 10pm - around the time a new suspect was seen nearby carrying away a child.

In a new TV interview she also told how she heard a door “slammed shut” when she went to check on her children.

She also felt curtains in the room “whoosh” and immediately noticed an open window, raising the possibility she may have missed Madeleine’s abductor by just seconds.

The new information was released tonight, as it emerged Madeleine may have been the victim of an organised abduction by a gang who watched her family for nearly a week.

They also revealed they believe a man whose e-fit was issued today IS the prime suspect in her disappearance and was seen carrying a blonde child towards a nearby beach.

Scotland Yard detectives have made finding the mystery man a top priority after ruling out a previous prime suspect seen carrying a child earlier the same evening.

Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, who is leading the new probe, told a BBC Crimewatch programme last night that the “breakthrough discovery” means the “emphasis has shifted” and the “timeline” has moved.

He said: “It takes us through to a position at 10pm when we see another man who is walking towards the ocean, close by to the apartment, with a young child in his arms.

“This child is described as being about three to four years of age with blonde hair, possibly wearing pyjamas, and the man is a white man with dark hair.

“If this is you, and you are nothing to do with Madeleine’s disappearance, then we really need to speak to you.

“It’s so important for us to eliminate innocent sightings. But equally if anybody is looking at those e-fits and recognises the person, for whatever reason, then please have the courage to call in and tell us.”

Detectives have released two e-fits of a man matching the description who was seen by an Irish family , the Smiths, at around 10pm around 500 yards from where Madeleine vanished.

The sighting has taken on new significance after a man seen carrying a child by the McCanns’ friend Jane Tanner close to their apartment in Praia da Luz at 9.20 was found to be an innocent British holidaymaker who police have tracked down.

Mr Redwood said: “We are almost certain now that this sighting is not the abductor. From 9.15 we are allowed to let the clock move forward.”

It was at 9.15pm when Madeleine was last seen, when her father Gerry, 44, saw her sleeping soundly in bed.

The development means that Kate, also 44, might have interrupted Madeleine’s kidnapper when she went to check on her while dining with Gerry and friends at a tapas restaurant 50 meters from their apartment in the Ocean Club on May 3, 2007.

Describing the moment she realised Madeleine had vanished Kate told Crimewatch presenter Kirsty Young said she went to check on her half and hour after friend Matt Oldfield had done so.

She said: “So at 10 o’clock I got up to do the next check so I headed back to that apartment the usual route and I just stopped and listened in the living room for a bit.

“It was all quiet but it just caught my eye that the children’s door was quite far open and at that point I thought it must have been when Matt checked and he left it open. As I was just drawing it over it was like it had been caught by a draft and it just slammed shut.

“I was looking at Madeleine’s bed and I couldn’t make her out and then I realised actually she’s not in that bed and I thought, I wonder if she’s woken up and gone into our bed.

“She wasn’t in our bed and that was the first time I guess you know when panic kicked in and it was literally at that point the curtains that were closed kind of whooshed and I could see that the window had been pushed right open and the shutters were up.”

Kate begins to breakdown and wipes away tears as she composes herself and adds: “Sorry ... so I kind of knew straight away then that Madeleine had been taken.”

She also revealed how Madeleine had asked her that morning why she had not comforted her and her brother Sean, then aged 18 months, when they woke the night before.

Kate said: “We all woke up around 7.30 and went through to have breakfast and it was at that point that Madeleine said ‘where were you when Sean and I cried last night?’ And it was one of those questions that kind of throws you.”

Mr Redwood revealed yesterday that private detectives produced the image of the man seen by the Smiths in September 2008, but it was never released until this week. He would not be drawn on the reasons for this.

He also revealed investigators are looking at a spate of break-ins in the area with similarities to the Madeleine case.

One happened in the same week a year before Madeleine went missing, when a man got into a flat where two young British children were sleeping as their parents dined next door.

The intruder was interrupted by the older child who screamed after seeing the skinny man peering into a travel-cot.

Mr Redwood said: “We can see that in the week that Madeleine disappeared but in the year before in 2006, that two children were in an apartment when a man came in and he appears to have come through the patio door, had a look around inside and definitely had a look into one of the cots and then left without taking anything. Then one of the children raised the alarm.”

He said in the three months before Madeleine vanished there was a four-fold increase in burglaries.

He added: “The numbers were low, but it is a noticeable pattern which peaks in April.

“In the McCanns’ apartment the only physical disturbance we see is a window.

“I am directly appealing to anyone who was in the resort at the time, whether a resident or on holiday, that has been a victim of crime.”

He added that Madeleine could have been snatched by a group of men who had put the family under surveillance.

He said: “Madeleine McCann’s disappearance does, on one reading of the evidence, have the hallmarks of a pre-planned abduction that would undoubtedly have involved reconnaissance.”

He said the family could have been under surveillance over the previous five evenings they were in the resort.

Investigators are also trying to identify a number of blond men seen near the apartment at the time who could be Dutch or German. TV appeals will be run in Holland and Germany, although not Portugal.

Mr Redwood said: “There are one or two men who appear to be lurking around the apartments in the area itself.

“A consistent theme in the physical descriptions of those sightings is possibly blond or fair hair. So we are just asking the public quite simply, are these connected? But more importantly is this you? Because if it’s innocent, then it’s really important for us to take out those innocent sightings.”

A further line of inquiry is bogus charity collectors who were operating in the area at the time.

On the day that Madeleine disappeared, there were four cases of fake charity collectors targeted properties in the area.

Police have issued a number of e-fits, two of which are of the man who was seen carrying a child by the Smiths.

The others are drawn from descriptions of men who were seen in the area around the time that Madeleine disappeared. Two are of fair-haired men who fit similar descriptions.

One is of a man wearing sunglasses who was seen twice by the same witness near flat G5A where the McCanns were staying.

He was 30 to 35, thin, with short hair, shaving spots on his face and was wearing a black leather jacket. Another witness saw a similar-looking man in the resort.

There are also two e-fits of Portuguese men - one aged 40 to 45, who knocked on the door of the apartment where the McCanns were to stay on April 25 or 26 between 2.30pm and 3pm, saying that he was a charity collector.

The other, aged 25 to 30, approached a property on the Rua do Ramalhete, near the Ocean Club, at around 4pm on May 3.

Mr Redwood said: “We have reached a stage where it is about names, please.

"So in terms of the Smith sighting, right the way through to all the other information we are appealing for today, it is about us trying to understand precisely who these people are.

“Our absolute priority is to whittle down those various members of the public who have helpfully come forward to work out if any of these incidents are in any way involved in Madeleine’s disappearance.”

There is a £20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible for Madeleine’s disappearance.

British detectives launched a fresh investigation in July this year - two years into a review of the case.

The Met Police now has a team of six Portuguese detectives based in Faro who are carrying out inquiries on their behalf.

The Portuguese investigation is officially closed but authorities there are backing the Scotland Yard inquiry and officers from both countries are working together in pursuing new leads.”


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is this new?

Post  worriedmum on Fri 25 Oct - 22:54

quote ''In a new TV interview she also told how she heard a door “slammed shut” when she went to check on her children.''

I don't remember hearing about a door slamming before?


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Re: Draw your own conclusions...

Post  whmon on Fri 25 Oct - 22:58

Sorry, I think it is spam

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Re: Draw your own conclusions...

Post  chillyheat on Tue 29 Oct - 16:20

@whmon wrote:Sorry, I think it is spam
Could you tell me why you think it is spam.....


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Re: Draw your own conclusions...

Post  tigger on Tue 29 Oct - 18:23

With this title the topic will get lost in no time amongst the many so very much like it. 

Which is no bad thing.  Spam.

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