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Post by Woofer on 24.04.14 22:15

@PeterMac wrote:
@jeanmonroe wrote:
eta: The McCanns just 'saying' THAT does not count as 'evidence'
It is even better / worse than that.
In fact, if we remember back 7 years only ONE person said Madeleine had been Abducted.
Kate.
She says she was there and she knew.
Gerry, as her husband, loyally supported her version of what she said had found and seen, but has and had no independent evidence of his own to add, and by the time he arrived Kate, on her own admission had already started trashing the scene, opening cupboards and hurtling around.  He then ably assisted her in that endeavour.

So we have

Dr Gonçalo Amaral
Paulo Rebelo
Entire team of PJ detectives
João Carlos
Ricardo Paiva - Portuguese Liaison officer,
Paulo Ferreira  
Carlos Pinto de Abreu - Lawyer representing Mccanns   “‘If you were Portuguese, this would be enough to put you in prison.’”
Assistant Chief Constable, (Ops) Leicester,  ‘While one or both of them may be innocent, there is no clear evidence that eliminates them from involvement in Madeleine’s disappearance.’
DC Grime - dog handler
Mark Harrison, NPIA advisor on Search
Mr. John Buck - HM Ambassador to Portugal
Unnamed British diplomat - “raised concern about confused declarations . .”
Bill Henderson - British Consul Algarve
John Hill - resort Manager Ocean Club PdL
The Republic's Prosecutor     José de Magalhaes e Menezes
The Joint General Prosecutor     Joao Melchior Gomes      -    archiving report
Appeal court judge
High Court of Portugal
DCI Redwood - “no evidence she left the apartment alive”
And just about everyone else who has ever actually looked at the case or taken it seriously  (Mrs Martorell "Do not have any evidence to give to the court.  Only what I have been told . . .")
Who do NOT support the Abduction theory / working hypothesis,

and ONE who does.  With no supporting evidence whatsoever.

In fact, not only with no supporting evidence, but with a series of lies and clear and obvious changes of story
shutters, curtains, windows, sedation, window of opportunity  . . .
Which makes it absolutely clear that there is NOTHING.    (I hestitate to use the expression "less than nothing" but it does almost seem appropriate here, )[/i]
Don't know if ex Deputy Chief Constable John Stalker supports the abduction theory but he was up front about the McCanns hiding something.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-490254/McCanns-hiding-big-secret-police-chief-claims.html

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Post by juliet on 24.04.14 22:29

The ONE person who declared Madeleine had been abducted...is the person with the scent of death on her clothes.

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Post by diatribe on 24.04.14 23:54

The common denominator with all these characters relating to the McCanns over the yrs. who  have featured in the UK press is that they are all fictitious. By default, fictitious characters can't sue for libel.

After their last financial drubbing by the McCanns et cie and Murat, they may feel more comfortable with sticking to characters such as Tanner man, Creche man, Smith man, Bin man et al, as opposed to entering the territory of Medicine man. At the end of the day, the press are only interested in prolonging the case and making money, not in bringing the culpable parties to justice.

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Post by Okeydokey on 25.04.14 0:28

@AndyB wrote:
Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner ­Martin Hewitt wrote:
In the relatively near future, we will start to see activity on behalf of the Portuguese with us involved as potential suspects in connection with 18 incidents
The Met suspect themselves of being paedophiles? Typo or freudian slip?

LOL - well it would seem they are certainly giving the tip-off to their mates. Do the UK Police signal imminent arrests when investigating possible murders/abductions in the UK?

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