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Post by Woofer on 02.01.14 22:11

I`ve looked for a topic on this but can`t see that its been discussed before.  I`m sure NFWTD will know.
 
Has the abduction of a dead child been discussed as it`s something that`s been in the back of my mind for years?

It would explain the use of the words above by the McCs and their ease in saying she`s been abducted.

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Post by Tangled Web on 02.01.14 23:12

I'm inclined to think that 'they've taken her' is KM referring to the 'pedophile ring' they insist was responsible. They decided this is what they would convince people of and KM shouting this was the start, in my opinion.

Or, she died, they decided to conceal this and arranged for other people to dispose of her. This way, they wouldn't be lying if they said she'd been abducted. In a strange sort of way.

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Post by ultimaThule on 03.01.14 0:22

IMO if, and to my mind it is a very big 'if', the game of musical chairs at the Tapas was to provide alibis/divert attention from Madeleine's body being concealed on the night of 3 May 2007, the words 'they've taken her' as ascribed to KM could reflect her belief that, after leaving 5A at c8pm, she would have further opportunity to say goodbye to her firstborn before the corpse's onward journey to its temporary resting place, but discovered otherwise when she went back to the apartment considerably earlier than 10pm.

The 'they' in question would, in this scenario, be those group members who were allocated the task of removing the body from 5A and hiding it en route to its destination to faciltate what was, effectively, a team effort to reduce the amount of time any one member could be made conspicuous by their absence.

For KM to discover what she was thought was the plan had been changed without consultation would be entirely in accordance with the nature of one such as Gerry, who wouldn't balk at railroading or disappointing others and who wouldn't hesitate to deprive his spouse, or anyone else, of even a small crumb of comfort if it suited his purpose and who would, most probably, derive some pleasure in doing so.  

However, set against this is the fact that Eddie located the odour of cadaverine behind a sofa and by a wardrobe which rules out the possibility of a corpse being laid out on a bed in 5A and treated with the respect it was due and I therefore find it difficult to believe that, insofar as Madeleine was and is concerned, KM has a sentimental bone in her body.

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Post by Guest on 03.01.14 1:12

I've always thought the persistent way in which the McCanns refer to her being "taken" is very ambiguous, 'taken' also being a euphemism for 'died'.

Similarly, "We've let her down" allegedly being a medical euphemism for the same, although there seems to be conflicting opinions as to whether this last one is accurate or not.


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Re: Abducted, taken, snatched, stolen

Post by Woofer on 03.01.14 9:41

@Tangled Web wrote:I'm inclined to think that 'they've taken her' is KM referring to the 'pedophile ring' they insist was responsible. They decided this is what they would convince people of and KM shouting this was the start, in my opinion.

Or, she died, they decided to conceal this and arranged for other people to dispose of her. This way, they wouldn't be lying if they said she'd been abducted. In a strange sort of way.
 
That`s a strong theory of mine TW.  And during the years when they were pleading for her return, I don`t believe they had her back and still may not.  Maybe they knew the agency who had her but cannot declare it because it would expose their own involvement and end their careers.

And yes, saying `we`ve let her down` suggests to me there was an expectation that MBM should trust them in some scenario and that it went wrong and they therefore let her down.

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