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Post by NickE on 16.06.14 9:20

British police hiding evidence in Maddie case

 Gonçalo Amaral says that information provided by a woman who saw Maddie's father walking towards the beach disappeared from the files.

 A few days after Madeleine McCann disappeared from the Ocean Club holiday resort in Praia da Luz, Algarve, May 3, 2007 (seven years ago), a witness emerged: a British tourist who said she saw the girl's father to walk the beach at night.  The revelation was made by the former PJ coordinator Gonçalo Amaral, who adds that the data of the witness disappeared.
 "We tried to recover this testimony and the documents that were in the British sphere and simply disappeared. Still do not know who this person is and where it is," said Goncalo Amaral.  Today, the former coordinator of the PJ of Portimão will meet up again with Gerry and Kate in the Justice Palace, in Lisbon, since it will continue the trial in which the British couple seeks EUR 1.2 million compensation for publishing the book 'Maddie, The Truth of the Lie', written by Goncalo Amaral, in defending the thesis that parents are responsible for the disappearance of the girl and the concealment of the body (see box).  Goncalo Amaral has no doubts that Maddie is dead.  "The girl's parents had the key of the church and in the same church a funeral a month after the disappearance was performed. According to some reports, the child could well go to the feet of this woman who was going to be cremated," further explained Gonçalo Amaral.

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Post by Snifferdog on 16.06.14 9:28

This post adds new depth and meaning to Gerry's challenge: "Find the body, and prove we killed her".

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Post by Guest on 16.06.14 9:32

They are a very explosive couple of sentences at the end of that article.   Never heard this referred to previously, even about a funeral in the church a month

later.

Is CMJornal a respected news source ?

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Post by tiny on 16.06.14 9:34

If this is true, it is disgracefull and it can only mean a whitewash on the way.

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Post by NickE on 16.06.14 9:42

daffodil wrote:They are a very explosive couple of sentences at the end of that article.   Never heard this referred to previously, even about a funeral in the church a month

later.

Is CMJornal a respected news source ?

Remember this quote from Amaral:
“There are things that I haven’t said yet"

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Post by BlueBag on 16.06.14 9:56

The claim that the British Police have withheld evidence needs to be broadcast loud and clear.

This needs to be trashed out and the British Police need to be challenged.

I hope GA is on solid ground.

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Post by galena on 16.06.14 10:03

How would this fit in with the cadaver evidence on the hire car though?  If the body was in church all along?

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Post by aiyoyo on 16.06.14 10:09

@Snifferdog wrote:This post adds new depth and meaning to Gerry's challenge: "Find the body, and prove we killed her".

Hence his find the "missing body" (vs missing child) comment outside Court the last time.

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Post by nglfi on 16.06.14 10:17

@galena wrote:How would this fit in with the cadaver evidence on the hire car though?  If the body was in church all along?
It says the funeral took place a month after the disappearance and I believe the scenic was hired 3 weeks after. Perhaps there was an initial hiding place, then the body was simply stored in the boot until the time of the next funeral,  and as Amaral suggests placed there in the coffin at the last minute. But that would imply a serious  level of co operation and collusion from the priests of that church. There's no way the macs could do all that without local help. They'd have to be asking around about when the next funeral was. I'm not sure why Amaral is doing this now. If he's reporting facts from the investigation,  he's damaging it and surely the Portuguese police will be angry to say the least. I hope for the best for him today and pray that justice will be served.

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Madeleine McCann "cremated in another person's funeral"

Post by sallypelt on 16.06.14 11:39

I don't know If this has already been posted. It's been taken from today's Corrieo da Manha

Gonçalo Amaral says that information provided by a woman who saw Maddie's father walking towards the beach disappeared from the files.


A few days after Madeleine McCann disappeared from the Ocean Club holiday resort in Praia da Luz, Algarve, May 3, 2007 (seven years ago), a witness emerged: a British tourist who said she saw the girl's father to walk the beach at night. The revelation was made by the former PJ coordinator Gonçalo Amaral, who adds that the data of the witness disappeared.

"We tried to recover this testimony and the documents that were in the British sphere and simply disappeared. Still do not know who this person is and where it is," said Goncalo Amaral. Today, the former coordinator of the PJ of Portimão will meet up again with Gerry and Kate in the Justice Palace, in Lisbon, since it will continue the trial in which the British couple seeks EUR 1.2 million compensation for publishing the book 'Maddie, The Truth of the Lie', written by Goncalo Amaral, in defending the thesis that parents are responsible for the disappearance of the girl and the concealment of the body (see box). Goncalo Amaral has no doubts that Maddie is dead. "The girl's parents had the key of the church and in the same church a funeral a month after the disappearance was performed. According to some reports, the child could well go to the feet of this woman who was going to be cremated," further explained Gonçalo Amaral.

http://www.cmjornal.xl.pt/detalhe/noticias/nacional/portugal/policia-inglesa-esconde-provas-no-caso-maddie


Could this be the reason why the priest felt "let down" by the McCann's?

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Post by sallypelt on 16.06.14 11:41

Can an admin correct the title of this thread, please. Put funeral instead of cremation at the end of the title.  Thank you

Done - also wrong spelling of "cremated". NFWTD.

Thank you, NFWTF. I was in such a tangle with so many windows open, translating Portuguese, and trying to answer the phone. I am getting too old for all this multi-tasking laughat titter 

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Post by j.rob on 16.06.14 12:41

I was starting to think along these sort of lines. Even thinking that she may be buried in a church graveyard somewhere. If there had been a recent burial, then it wouldn't look suspicious as the earth would already have been disturbed. And remember that extremely odd comment from one of the Tapas about walking down 'Cemetery Road' on the night Madeleine disappeared. Imagine actually saying that when you are supposedly looking for a kidnapped child?! Talk about giving the game away! 

But cremation would obviously be much less risky in terms of 'find the body and prove we killed her'. 

Perhaps there was an initial hiding place, then the body was simply stored in the boot until the time of the next funeral,  and as Amaral suggests placed there in the coffin at the last minute. But that would imply a serious  level of co operation and collusion from the priests of that church. There's no way the macs could do all that without local help. They'd have to be asking around about when the next funeral was.



This seems feasible - or something along those lines. It's possible that a few people were prepared to 'turn a blind eye' to certain things. Especially if there are certain incentives. 


The key to the church - yes, that would have been handy.



Madeleine may have had her own coffin and this was placed in the crematorium at the same time, or something like that.


Maybe when they went to Sagres they were scattering ashes?


They'd have to be asking around about when the next funeral was.



Indeed. Although in actual fact they would have known that there was a need for a funeral in the very near future, wouldn't they? 


Perhaps, Godfather like, someone arranged for someone else to 'sadly pass away' so a funeral could take place as soon as possible. Maybe Harold Shipman paid a visit to some of the elderly folk in Luz at an opportune moment?!


How would this fit in with the cadaver evidence on the hire car though?  If the body was in church all along?



Unlikely to have been in the church for much time, I would have thought. Unless the church had a morgue? 

I wonder if any of the group had contacts with any of the local hospitals/morgues etc? Doctors do tend to look after their own. Sometimes to an extraordinary extent, imo.


I wonder whose funeral it was a month after Madeleine 'disappeared'? 


This is becoming more and more like some kind of cross between The Godfather and James Bond.


They really are such a repulsive pair. I can't bear to even look at their psychotic faces any more. And it irritates me that the press are still quoting their gormless lying platitudes.


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Post by SallyVern on 16.06.14 12:42

I trust Dr Amaral and considering the length of time it took to move Madeleine's body then his theory makes sense. I recall (a rumour?) he said evidence had been found suggesting Madelene's body was frozen prior to being moved in the hire car. Maybe frozen while waiting for the first available funeral? but it's a huge gamble to take. What if someone looked in the coffin prior to the cremation.

I can't remember the guy's name, the one that stored the hire car for the McCanns. Maybe his freezer should undergo forensic examination just to make sure.

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Post by sallypelt on 16.06.14 12:45

@j.rob wrote:I was starting to think along these sort of lines. Even thinking that she may be buried in a church graveyard somewhere. If there had been a recent burial, then it wouldn't look suspicious as the earth would already have been disturbed. And remember that extremely odd comment from one of the Tapas about walking down 'Cemetery Road' on the night Madeleine disappeared. Imagine actually saying that when you are supposedly looking for a kidnapped child?! Talk about giving the game away! 

But cremation would obviously be much less risky in terms of 'find the body and prove we killed her'. 

Perhaps there was an initial hiding place, then the body was simply stored in the boot until the time of the next funeral,  and as Amaral suggests placed there in the coffin at the last minute. But that would imply a serious  level of co operation and collusion from the priests of that church. There's no way the macs could do all that without local help. They'd have to be asking around about when the next funeral was.



This seems feasible - or something along those lines. It's possible that a few people were prepared to 'turn a blind eye' to certain things. Especially if there are certain incentives. 


The key to the church - yes, that would have been handy.



Madeleine may have had her own coffin and this was placed in the crematorium at the same time, or something like that.


Maybe when they went to Sagres they were scattering ashes?


They'd have to be asking around about when the next funeral was.



Indeed. Although in actual fact they would have known that there was a need for a funeral in the very near future, wouldn't they? 


Perhaps, Godfather like, someone arranged for someone else to 'sadly pass away' so a funeral could take place as soon as possible. Maybe Harold Shipman paid a visit to some of the elderly folk in Luz at an opportune moment?!


How would this fit in with the cadaver evidence on the hire car though?  If the body was in church all along?



Unlikely to have been in the church for much time, I would have thought. Unless the church had a morgue? 

I wonder if any of the group had contacts with any of the local hospitals/morgues etc? Doctors do tend to look after their own. Sometimes to an extraordinary extent, imo.


I wonder whose funeral it was a month after Madeleine 'disappeared'? 


This is becoming more and more like some kind of cross between The Godfather and James Bond.


They really are such a repulsive pair. I can't bear to even look at their psychotic faces any more. And it irritates me that the press are still quoting their gormless lying platitudes.


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http://mygoodbye.com.au/funeral-information

j.rob, if you read the new thread that I started, earlier, it puts a few things into perspective. For example, the cockiness of the McCann's because they knew there was no body. According to GA, there are reports that MM may have been placed in woman's coffin, within the church that the McCann's used to visit. This woman has since been cremated. Also, this could explain why the priest said that the McCann's had betrayed his trust, or words along that line.

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Post by sallypelt on 16.06.14 12:47

@SallyVern wrote:I trust Dr Amaral and considering the length of time it took to move Madeleine's body then his theory makes sense. I recall (a rumour?) he said evidence had been found suggesting Madelene's body was frozen prior to being moved in the hire car. Maybe frozen while waiting for the first available funeral? but it's a huge gamble to take. What if someone looked in the coffin prior to the cremation.

I can't remember the guy's name, the one that stored the hire car for the McCanns. Maybe his freezer should undergo forensic examination just to make sure.

It would be interesting to know who this woman was, and when was the funeral, exactly. Moreover, do we have on record, the times that the McCann's visited the church, and if so, did they ever go there in a car, or did they go at night? They did have a key, so they could go whenever they wanted to.

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Post by stillsloppingout on 16.06.14 12:49

I have been told allegedly a nice Spanish practice in crematoria, is remove bodies from the coffins , and then re sell plus watches chains etc . So risky but the priest as I have said ad nauseum is the key to this case and why there is the cover up

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Post by sallypelt on 16.06.14 12:51

It's worth going over old ground once in a while. This article, for example, may add something to the jigsaw of what happened to Madeleine McCann's body.


Portuguese priest 'ruined' by McCanns
Catholic News ^ | 12 Dec 07 | Anon

Posted on ‎12‎/‎12‎/‎2007‎ ‎12‎:‎22‎:‎41 by BlackVeil

The Portugese priest who gave solace to the McCann family after the ‘disappearance’ of their daughter Madeleine has stripped his church of all traces of the girl, with friends saying the experience has left him “ruined”.

The Express reports seven months after the tragedy, Fr Jose Manuel Pacheco ordered the removal of scores of green and yellow ribbons which were put up as a symbol of hope in the days after Madeleine vanished.

Posters and photographs of Madeleine which plastered the village of Praia da Luz have also been removed.

Friends of Fr Pacheco – who came under police scrutiny after he gave the keys to his church to Gerry and Kate McCann to allow them to pray round the clock – say they fear for his health and that his life is now ruined.

Fr Pacheco was questioned twice by detectives, and the church and its grounds were searched by police.

Investigators became convinced Kate had confessed to him – but Fr Pacheco insisted he would stand by his priestly vow.

A close friend of Fr Pacheco said the priest becomes irate at the mention of the Madeleine case and that even close friends must tread carefully when broaching the subject.

“He says that it is an extremely unpleasant situation and that the McCann family only ever brought him problems. He told one friend they ruined his life,” the friend said.

“He just wants to get on with his peaceful life before the McCann whirlwind raped his world. This has all been a very bad experience for him."

Another friend described Fr Pacheco as a “nervous wreck” and that he was “hiding secrets that are destroying him.”

There has been no comment from Fr Pacheco

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Post by j.rob on 16.06.14 12:52

And of course there is the famous (or infamous) story about Gerry dumping a fridge at the local dump. There would be hard evidence of this. Fridges don't just biodegrade or get 'whooshed' in minutes. The owner of the apartment would know. The people at the dump would remember. Where did he get a replacement fridge from?

There would still be evidence somewhere from Gerry's blog (if indeed he was stupid enough to have blogged about dumping a fridge). 

Given the extent of the 'cozy relationship' that the McCanns appeared to have with Mark Warner, at least in the early days when they were flying in 'crisis management' people and psychologists to comfort the poor, grieving parents, I wonder whether they were able to benefit from any of the Ocean Club refrigeration facilities.

I seem to remember one of the Ocean Club staff, in his police statement, describing how he was in the refrigerated room or the freezer room when the abduction cry first was made. A comment which stuck in my head. I had a job at a frozen food shop once and there was another member of staff with a sadistic sense of humor who though it mighty funny to shut other members of staff in the giant freezer for a few moments, just to 'chill them out'. It was a massive space.

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Post by galena on 16.06.14 12:53

@nglfi wrote:
@galena wrote:How would this fit in with the cadaver evidence on the hire car though?  If the body was in church all along?
It says the funeral took place a month after the disappearance and I believe the scenic was hired 3 weeks after. Perhaps there was an initial hiding place, then the body was simply stored in the boot until the time of the next funeral,  and as Amaral suggests placed there in the coffin at the last minute. But that would imply a serious  level of co operation and collusion from the priests of that church. There's no way the macs could do all that without local help. They'd have to be asking around about when the next funeral was. I'm not sure why Amaral is doing this now. If he's reporting facts from the investigation,  he's damaging it and surely the Portuguese police will be angry to say the least. I hope for the best for him today and pray that justice will be served.

I have to say it seems a bit of a stretch to get from Gerry walking on the beach - if indeed it was Gerry - to collusion from the church and probably the undertaker as well, to end up in the body being cremated. But if true it would explain why a body has never been found, it also suggests that the whole digging operation is a total waste of time, if the body - and no doubt any associated evidence such as bags/clothing has all gone up in smoke!

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Post by Guest on 16.06.14 12:55

From the updated Sky news article.............


Gerry McCann said: "Today is a blatant and cynical attempt to wear us down.



"The hearing has been cancelled once again at Mr Amaral's request. This is the fourth time that this has happened and we've travelled to Portugal.

"The legal case has been running now for five years and we want to get justice for Madeleine. It's Madeleine who is suffering. We are not going to give up. We are going to keep going."



Mrs McCann, her voice cracking with the strain as she was surrounded by the Portuguese media, added: "We need to make it clear to people that we took on this case because of the pain and distress that Mr Amaral has brought to us and our children.



"Every time he postpones the case like this it brings us more pain and distress. Every time we come here we have to make arrangements for our children to be looked after, we have to book flights, we have to book hotels, we have to take time off work.



"Mr Amaral apparently handed that letter in at nine o'clock this morning. That letter could have been handed in before we left the country. As Gerry said, can this be seen as anything but blatant and cynical?



"We just want justice. This is not fair."

http://news.sky.com/story/1283299/mccanns-angry-as-libel-trial-is-delayed-again

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Post by cassius on 16.06.14 12:58

@SallyVern wrote:I trust Dr Amaral and considering the length of time it took to move Madeleine's body then his theory makes sense. I recall (a rumour?) he said evidence had been found suggesting Madelene's body was frozen prior to being moved in the hire car. Maybe frozen while waiting for the first available funeral? but it's a huge gamble to take. What if someone looked in the coffin prior to the cremation.

I can't remember the guy's name, the one that stored the hire car for the McCanns. Maybe his freezer should undergo forensic examination just to make sure.
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Post by j.rob on 16.06.14 13:02

According to GA, there are reports that MM may have been placed in woman's coffin, within the church that the McCann's used to visit. This woman has since been cremated. Also, this could explain why the priest said that the McCann's had betrayed his trust, or words along that line.



If that is what happened, I cannot imagine that the woman's family would be overly impressed. Unless an 'arrangement' had been made, I suppose.

Whose funeral was this? There would be hard evidence of this. Cannot just be 'whooshed' away.

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Algarve resident article.

Post by PeterMac on 16.06.14 13:03

https://docs.google.com/document/d/18ftEPSP5HIeHwsruTaZP6KHGz2qTUyXmms9ylivC6HQ/edit
New revelations as McCanns go all-out for €1 million in damages

As Gerry McCann was due to testify today (on Monday) in the long-running civil action for defamation that he and wife Kate have taken out against former detective Gonçalo Amaral,
damning new claims about his behaviour on the night three-year-old Madeleine disappeared have appeared in the Portuguese press.

On Sunday, the headline of a story carried by Correio da Manhã proclaimed “Gerry searched for Maddie drunk”, while in the evening the policeman whose inconvenient theory the couple is demanding over a million euros in damages for went on television to describe how a key witness had placed Gerry McCann on Luz beach on the night Madeleine went missing - but how that witness’ testimony has since been “wiped from police records”.

The first story hinged on an account from farmer and former fisherman Cândido Furtado who lives a short walk from Luz church overlooking the beach.
Furtado told journalists how he had seen Gerry McCann “totally drunk” calling Madeleine’s name in the street in the early hours of the morning after she reportedly vanished.
“The father was walking at 1am with a bottle of wine in his hand”, Furtado told CM.
“He was calling the child’s name outside my door, and I asked him “what kind of noise is this? He said: “Menina, menina, embora, embora”.
Father and grandfather Furtado said he told Gerry McCann to call the police, and “then went fishing”.
But as CM adds, “he had no doubts that Gerry McCann was drunk”.
“You could see it instantly, by the way he was walking”, he told the paper.

Intriguingly, hours later, former police inspector Gonçalo Amaral went on air on CMTV to say Gerry McCann had also been seen on the beach on the night Madeleine went missing - but that the witness who placed him there (a British tourist) had her testimony wiped from police records.
“We have tried to recover the testimony and the documents that related to it. They simply disappeared. Still today we don’t know who this person is, or where she is”, he told the news channel.
Even more intriguing perhaps is a letter received in the Resident offices today claiming that Madeleine’s body is indeed buried in Praia da Luz, but not in any of the places searched so far.
Madeleine will be found under a nearby driveway to a private house, “very possibly inside a missing carry all tennis bag", wrote South African investigator Martin Van Wyk, who maintains the truth lies with the Tapas 13 - not the Tapas 7 “as everybody was made to believe”.
Adding that he knows his email, sent to a number of news sources and investigating police, “will be pushed to one side”, Wyk advises recipients “do not delete it, as you will later refer back to it and be calling me”.

As we wrote up these developments, Sky News reported that Gerry and Kate McCann had not yet been able to give their “victim impact assessments” to the Lisbon court. There has been a “delay in the proceedings”. Whatever happens today however will not lead to any instant verdict.
The case, which was brought out against Amaral in 2009, will need “a few weeks” consideration before the judge contacts the legal teams on both sides with her final decision.
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Post by truthfultiger on 16.06.14 13:07

I don't think it would be beyond their with to hide the body in someone else's coffin covertly. Most churches have a diary lying around, into which you can book use of the church or hall. You would just need to sneak a peak at this to tell when the next funeral was to take place. It would not be necessary to know if it was to be a cremation or burial, although from the point of view of concealing evidence it is better if it is a cremation. I believe that the McCann's were allowed to access the church at odd times to avoid the press which would theoretically make it much easier to hide a body in another coffin. Not sure how you would get the lid off but probably doable...

In my opinion this would explain a lot in terms of the hire car. If the body was refrigerated while they waited for a funeral then moved in the car to the church... Or items such as the blue bag which had Perhaps been used to carry her were moved in the car for disposal.

Does anyone know out you can DNA test Ashes?

On another note, I believe that one or both of the McCanns are psychopaths and that they quite possibly targeted the church as a way of disposing of the body, knowing that people within the church would perhaps be easier to manipulate (as they are more likely to be sympathetic and try to see the good in people). It is quite common for psychopaths to engage in religious activities as it is often easier to exploit people in these situations.

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Post by Cheshire Cat on 16.06.14 13:29

Paulo Sargento worried Mrs Hubbard when he met with the Bishop of the Algarve. The Bishop was apparently very open and helpful.
Perhaps the information about the cremation was obtained in this way.

Apparantly in Portugal - the service is held at a church and then the actual creamtion is conducted at a facility, a seperate location from the ceremony, unlike in the UK.

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