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''Looking for a missing body''

Post by worriedmum on 15.06.14 15:19

I've commented on this before but it's worth another look as it's so relevant-


http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=VjDAK2kH3yM#t=118

1.48 onwards but especially at 2.15 onwards when Dr Gerry McCann talks about searches being directed to find 'a missing body'.

You could search for a missing child.

You could search for a body.

I don't remember hearing of anyone conducting searches for a 'missing body ' though...

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Post by PeterMac on 15.06.14 16:32

@worriedmum wrote:I've commented on this before but it's worth another look as it's so relevant-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=VjDAK2kH3yM#t=118
1.48 onwards but especially at 2.15 onwards when Dr Gerry McCann talks about searches being directed to find 'a missing body'.
You could search for a missing child.
You could search for a body.
I don't remember hearing of anyone conducting searches for a 'missing body ' though...

"As in - I had a body, it was in a blue bag, but I put it down and someone has nicked it."

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Post by aiyoyo on 15.06.14 20:14

Hmmm...not a missing child but a missing body....very telling !

He knew exactly what happened to Madeleine - that Madeleine is dead.

What a slip up and no journalist noticed.

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Post by Guest on 15.06.14 20:22

They slip up all the time, Aiyoyo.
That's when the brain, with real memory, takes over and makes you use maybe one single word you were trying to avoid, which tells it all.

If we can do this kind of analysis, don't tell me 37 NSY homicide detectives and various experienced PJ teams hadn't noticed ...

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Post by worriedmum on 16.06.14 16:02

bumping this in the light of Goncalo Amaral's interview in C de M today!

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Re: ''Looking for a missing body''

Post by tigger on 16.06.14 16:16

Not just a missing body but a body which was quickly removed from 5a:

From kate's book where she talks about the cadaver odour the CSI dog found in 5a:

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p. 253
As we now know, the chemicals believed to create the ‘odour of death’, putrescence and cadaverine, last no longer than thirty days. There were no decaying body parts for the dog to find. It was simply wrong.

But bizarrely she also said
p.219
Did they really believe that a dog could smell the ‘odour of death’ three months later from a body that had been removed so swiftly? They were adding two and two and coming up with ten.

Has she in fact inadvertently told the world the truth.
The book was passed by lawyers and proof readers, but they let this clear ADMISSION Through. Why ?
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Post by frost on 16.06.14 16:46

anyone else making statements such as these would at the very least been taken in for requestioning and would have probably faced charges of some kind .

yet 7 years down the line here we are watching them on court steps angered at a libel trial against the police officer in charge of the investigation into their missing daughter being postponed WHY ?

The phrase 'can't see the wood for the trees ' springs to mind !

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Re: ''Looking for a missing body''

Post by BlueBag on 16.06.14 21:24

GM wrote:"..the searches haven't found any evidence to show that Madeleine has been seriously injured..."



Slipped up there Gerry.

How would that search produce evidence of serious injury?

Death yes... but injury?

The subconscious is an amazing thing.

Makes you think of another word... "resuscitation".

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Re: ''Looking for a missing body''

Post by worriedmum on 16.06.14 21:30

Yes, quite, what 'evidence' of serious injury could there be?

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Post by stumo on 16.06.14 21:37

@PeterMac wrote:
@worriedmum wrote:I've commented on this before but it's worth another look as it's so relevant-
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=VjDAK2kH3yM#t=118
1.48 onwards but especially at 2.15 onwards when Dr Gerry McCann talks about searches being directed to find 'a missing body'.
You could search for a missing child.
You could search for a body.
I don't remember hearing of anyone conducting searches for a 'missing body ' though...

"As in - I had a body, it was in a blue bag, but I put it down and someone has nicked it."


Haha, I look forward to your posts PM, always insightful and very entertaining  big grin

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Re: ''Looking for a missing body''

Post by PeterMac on 16.06.14 23:40

@worriedmum wrote:Yes, quite, what 'evidence' of serious injury could there be?

It is another fascinating "slip of the tongue' or Brain leakage as Hobs might call it in more modern useage.

If you find an entire body, the clearly the person is dead.
If you find half a body then clearly the whole person is dead
If you find a Femur- for example - then you can calculate that, on balance, in the absence of heroic specialised surgery - for which there is no evidence anywhere - that the whole person is dead.
If you find small body parts - then it depends what yo find !
A Jaw !
A vertebrum
A rib,
and so on all give a significant answer
A finger, however, or an ear. . . .

So precisely WHAT is a doctor, a Consultant of many years standing, referring to when he talks of finding "evidence of serious injury" which does not amount to evidence of death ? ?

They are talking off script.
Their lawyers and spokes-things must be pulling their hair out.

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Post by BlueBag on 17.06.14 6:58

@PeterMac wrote:They are talking off script.
Their lawyers and spokes-things must be pulling their hair out.

That's why - from the start - the Government sent media handlers as a priority in this missing body case.

They usually have someone speaking for them or off camera making sure everything is OK.

Yesterday was a rare uncontrolled event.

If they ever got questioned in court  it would be interesting to say the least.

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Re: ''Looking for a missing body''

Post by HelenMeg on 20.06.14 9:49

@BlueBag wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:They are talking off script.
Their lawyers and spokes-things must be pulling their hair out.

That's why - from the start - the Government sent media handlers as a priority in this missing body case.

They usually have someone speaking for them or off camera making sure everything is OK.

Yesterday was a rare uncontrolled event.

If they ever got questioned in court  it would be interesting to say the least.
There will never be a body found if it was cremated as has been alluded to. It seems that it was the most sensible option for them

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Re: ''Looking for a missing body''

Post by worriedmum on 20.06.14 10:14

Interesting to put this quote with another of Gerry's, from the Vanity Fair interview..

''At the time we did it, it was not irresponsible!” Gerry snaps. It is the one subject on which he is quite defensive, arguing first one way, then conceding the opposite: “Of course we feel guilty about not having been there, and that is just something we have to deal with for the rest of our lives. You are not asking anything we don’t think about on a daily basis. We live this 24 hours a day.” His lips twist as he struggles for composure. “But I can’t talk to you about the details of what happened. I live under threat from the Portuguese—if I do talk—of two years’ imprisonment.” He smiles grimly. “It seems to be the same sentence as disposing of a child’s body.”

http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2008/02/mccanns200802

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