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Germans give hope of clue in search for Madeleine McCann

Post by Guest on 01.12.13 5:40

DETECTIVES hunting for Madeleine McCann have been given information about two German or Dutch-speaking men seen acting suspiciously before she was kidnapped in Portugal.
The potentially strong leads came after Kate and Gerry McCann made a direct appeal on a German crime show, called Case Files XY...Unsolved, in October.
They were joined by Scotland Yard’s Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, who asked German viewers for help.
Calls came in from people who had been at the Ocean Club resort at Praia da Luz on the Algarve at the same time as the McCann family, on May 3, 2007. The callers had information about the German or Dutch speaking men, but it is not known if they were able to provide names.
During the programme, 500 calls flooded in to a special team with a further 350 coming in during the following weeks.
The bitter emotions of a seventh Christmas without her beloved Madeleine were evident on Kate’s face as she forced herself into the yuletide spirit for the sake of twins, Sean and Amelie.
She joined thousands for the annual switching on of the Christmas lights in her home village, of Rothley, Leicestershire, on Thursday evening.
She smiled as children played on a bouncy castle and went on rides, but there were other moments when the pain of not having Madeleine there to share the early Christmas joy was clear to see.
With a protective arm around the eight-year-old twins, Kate was cheered by warm words from friends and acquaintances who quietly support her.


http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/446119/Germans-give-hope-of-clue-in-search-for-Madeleine-McCann


Where has this come from? You should have had a protective arm around Madeleine, if you had Kate then Madeleine would have been with you this Christmas and Christmas's past.


Where's Gerry?

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Post by NickE on 01.12.13 8:26

I can give the detectives a clue.
9 englishspeaking that was very,very close to the Ocean club and apartment 5A that night in pdl.

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Post by oakeso on 01.12.13 8:52

They increased their credit limit on the day of the German CW appeal

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Ah Yess. Zee Germans.

Post by PeterMac on 01.12.13 10:04

If the answer is 9 W
What was the question ?







Are you spelling your name viz a "V", Herr Wagner


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Post by jeanmonroe on 01.12.13 11:14

What possible 'warm words' could you say to a woman who, diliberately, left her THREE children alone, in an unlocked apartment, night after night, out of sight?
What possible 'warm words' could you say to a woman who admits to, even after a child has asked her why didn't she come when we were crying the eve before, leaving that child again, the very same evening of the day the child asked, to enjoy herself with her friends.

ANYTHING could of happened to all THREE children, whilst she and hubby weren't there!

But, it seems, 'our' Kate derserves 'warm words' from her fellow villagers of the Damned!

Along the lines of 'WELL DONE Kate. It could of been worse. You left your THREE kids alone, and only one missing, but great to see you've still got two of them, well done."

Be good to know how many fellow villagers left their very young kiddies at home, without babysitters, in unlocked houses to attend the switching on of the lights.

OMG! Just noticed,

SHE didn't switch on the lights!

Being the most famous zlebrity in the village you'd have thought she could have been given that honour.

What's the next 'exclusive' Express headline going to be?

"INNOCENT KATE AND TWINS SNUBBED BY LOCALS AT CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON"

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Post by ultimaThule on 01.12.13 11:50

Just when I thought we were to be treated to Sunday papers sans McCann, up pops the Express with a taste of what's to come in the run up to Christmas.  No pix to accompany this particular story, but no doubt this will shortly be remedied with shots of 'haunted grief-stricken' KM showing the strain of all those sleepless nights she's been having lately to cast a pall over our festivities.

Has anyone else found that the limited company's website no longer links to the bewk?

While the donate button on the site remains resolutely turned off, there remains a page of suggestions for other ways to gift the McCanns with their preferred form of support and, IMO, these should include an instruction to use plastic-lined leakproof envelopes when making postal donations otherwise the contents may become exposed to the elements if sent/delivered during inclement weather.

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Post by Swannie on 01.12.13 12:01

"The bitter emotions of a seventh Christmas without her beloved Madeleine were evident on Kate’s face as she forced herself into the yuletide spirit for the sake of twins...."

Does that mean she's been at the sherry again??

Gerry's absence was probably because he'd nipped to the off-license for her.

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Post by Guest on 01.12.13 12:02

@jeanmonroe wrote:What possible 'warm words' could you say to a woman who, diliberately, left her THREE children alone, in an unlocked apartment, night after night?
What possible 'warm words' could you say to a woman who admits to, even after a child has asked her why didn't she come when we were crying the eve before, leaving that child again, to enjoy herself with her friends.

ANYTHING could of happened to all THREE children, whilst she and hubby weren't there!

But, it seems, 'our' Kate derserves 'warm words' from her fellow villagers of the Damned!

Be good to know how many fellow villagers left their very young kiddies at home, without babysitters, in unlocked houses to attend the switching on of the lights.

OMG! Just noticed,

SHE didn't switch on the lights!

Being the most famous zlebrity in the village you'd have thought she could have been given that honour.

What's the next 'exclusive' Express headline going to be?

"INNOCENT KATE AND TWINS SNUBBED BY LOCALS AT CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON"
thumbsup 

No photo's either, something tells me her wings have been clipped! That woman is going to be brought down to earth with the biggest bang ever.

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Post by Guest on 01.12.13 12:06

@Swannie wrote:"The bitter emotions of a seventh Christmas without her beloved Madeleine were evident on Kate’s face as she forced herself into the yuletide spirit for the sake of twins...."

Does that mean she's been at the sherry again??

Gerry's absence was probably because he'd nipped to the off-license for her.
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Post by jeanmonroe on 01.12.13 12:21

@Swannie wrote:"The bitter emotions of a seventh Christmas without her beloved Madeleine were evident on Kate’s face as she forced herself into the yuletide spirit for the sake of twins...."

Does that mean she's been at the sherry again??

Gerry's absence was probably because he'd nipped to the off-license for her.
Gerry's absence was probably because he'd nipped off to check on DP's kids, and possibly held up by having a little chat with a passing TV 'producer'.

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Post by oakeso on 01.12.13 12:23

@ultimaThule wrote:Just when I thought we were to be treated to Sunday papers sans McCann, up pops the Express with a taste of what's to come in the run up to Christmas.  No pix to accompany this particular story, but no doubt this will shortly be remedied with shots of 'haunted grief-stricken' KM showing the strain of all those sleepless nights she's been having lately to cast a pall over our festivities.

Has anyone else found that the limited company's website no longer links to the bewk?

While the donate button on the site remains resolutely turned off, there remains a page of suggestions for other ways to gift the McCanns with their preferred form of support and, IMO, these should include an instruction to use plastic-lined leakproof envelopes when making postal donations otherwise the contents may become exposed to the elements if sent/delivered during inclement weather.
Yes, I mentioned it yesterday. It makes me wonder if it is a server problem after all, they'd have no reason to block access to the book.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 01.12.13 12:25

@oakeso wrote:
@ultimaThule wrote:Just when I thought we were to be treated to Sunday papers sans McCann, up pops the Express with a taste of what's to come in the run up to Christmas.  No pix to accompany this particular story, but no doubt this will shortly be remedied with shots of 'haunted grief-stricken' KM showing the strain of all those sleepless nights she's been having lately to cast a pall over our festivities.

Has anyone else found that the limited company's website no longer links to the bewk?

While the donate button on the site remains resolutely turned off, there remains a page of suggestions for other ways to gift the McCanns with their preferred form of support and, IMO, these should include an instruction to use plastic-lined leakproof envelopes when making postal donations otherwise the contents may become exposed to the elements if sent/delivered during inclement weather.
Yes, I mentioned it yesterday. It makes me wonder if it is a server problem after all, they'd have no reason to block access to the book.
10 May 2011

GA: "A book that is written by someone who was a suspect may become of use as a document, maybe even a piece of documental evidence. Let us wait," he added.

WISE words. (and 'foresight')
Lots of contradictions, descrepancies, in the bewk, compared to original sworn, signed statements.

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Post by oakeso on 01.12.13 12:48

If only, jeanmonroe. 

But with so many copies in circulation a bit like closing the stable door after the horse has bolted. Besides it's still on Amazon. 

It's a bit bizarre though, when have they ever turned their noses up at a few quid.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 01.12.13 13:37

@oakeso wrote:If only, jeanmonroe. 

But with so many copies in circulation a bit like closing the stable door after the horse has bolted. Besides it's still on Amazon. 

It's a bit bizarre though, when have they ever turned their noses up at a few quid.
Ties in with the current 'trial'

What i mean is probably WHO 'hampered' the 'search' more?

GA who wrote a book, 1 YEAR and 2 months after the 'event', based entirely on police files, OR the mother of the missing child, KM, who REFUSED, to co-operate with, and jeopardised the police investigation just 4 MONTHS after her child went 'missing'

She admits to that.

In her book.

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Post by jeanmonroe on 01.12.13 13:52

http://news.sky.com/story/1140509/madeleine-mccann-kate-at-book-libel-hearing

Amaral's book, published in 2007, claimed Madeleine died accidentally and the McCanns had been negligent, accusations the McCanns have strongly denied.
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How did the 'cutting edge, on the ball, self proclaimed, best news gatherer, ever, so they say' manage to get the year WRONG??

2007!

Actually 'published' in July 2008!

But EVERYTHING else they have told us, since, about Madeleine's 'disappearance' is TRUE.

HONEST!

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Post by Guest on 01.12.13 14:01

@jeanmonroe wrote:


Gerry's absence was probably because he'd nipped off to check on DP's kids, 
Maybe it was his turn for bath night.

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Post by PeterMac on 01.12.13 14:22

Would St. Katherine, a commited Roman Catholic and sometime personal visitor to the Pope, really be into YULE-tide spirit ?

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Post by jeanmonroe on 01.12.13 14:31

@PeterMac wrote:Would St. Katherine, a commited Roman Catholic and sometime personal visitor to the Pope, really be into YULE-tide spirit ?
I bet Michael Wrong of Skipton is 'chomping at the bit' to tell them what all his perving 'monitoring' has found, should St Kate and St Gerry of Rothley choose to grant him a 'saintly' audience this Christmas.

"mummy, mummy, why are all the other kids, in the nativity play, we are in, calling us nasty names"?

"That's because they haven't paid us enough money, for using the copyright, for their own kids pictures and videos, of the play, which you two might be inadvertently included in"

"can we sue them too, mummy?"

"Of course"

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Post by Veritas on 01.12.13 18:39

Who is the payment processor for these missing transaction opportunities on the official site. Paypal, for example, will shut down service and freeze accounts faster than you can say 'fraud investigation' at the first sign of an official fraud investigation or subject to a legal request regards copyright etc.

Of course, if PJ had said 'we' ve found the body' this would also demand cessation of service and go partway to explaining complete radio silence, regardless of who might be in the frame.

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