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Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.14 22:29

@FrankS wrote:SERGEY MALINKA IS ONE OF THE ARGUIDO'S.
Extract from my long article on Robert Murat: 'From Arguido to Applause':

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The other meeting was between Brian Kennedy, the Portuguese Police, and the Spanish private detective agency recently chosen by Kennedy and the McCanns: Metodo 3. This took place in police headquarters in Portimao.

A report from the Portuguese Police referring to a ’phone call on 19 October, gives us some background; here it is:

“On the 19th of October, we were contacted by Alberto Carbas, Chief of the Kidnapping Unit of the Commissary-General, based in Madrid, who passed to us the information that the McCann family had contracted a Spanish private detective agency known as ‘Metodo 3’. The costs of their investigation into Madeleine McCann were being covered by a Scottish multi-millionaire whose name is Brian Kennedy. His objective was to find Madeleine.

“We were asked if we were available and interested in meeting with a representative of Metodo 3 and the Spanish Commissary General and Chief of the Kidnapping Unit of the Police in Spain. The purpose of this proposed meeting, they said, was to find out the truth, but they stated that they would not interfere in police work. At most, they said, they would ‘complement’ our investigation.  They firmly stated that they are not working directly for the McCann family, but for Brian Kennedy. They didn’t ask for any information regarding the investigation, nor was any offered to them, for obvious reasons”.

We now know that Brian Kennedy flew out in November 2007, about three weeks after this ’phone call, together with his in-house lawyer from the Latium Group, Edward Smethurst. This, briefly, is the Portuguese Police’s account of a meeting between them, Metodo 3, Brian Kennedy and Edward Smethurst. The date of it was probably arranged during or soon after the ’phone call of 19 October:

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“We held a meeting on 13 November, with Inspectors Paulo Ferreira and Ricardo Paiva present, with Brian Kennedy, Director of the detective agency, Francisco Marco and one of his advisers, plus Antonio Jimenez, ex-chief of the Kidnapping Unit of Catalonia [Note: Other information suggests that Edward Smethurst was also present]. Brian Kennedy insisted that his motives were purely charitable, aimed at finding the truth, and generally helping missing children. He said he was interested in discovering the truth even if the McCann family, the friends, or any other person is found to be involved in the disappearance”.

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Brian Kennedy’s involvement in the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has been controversial. An article by Mark Hollingsworth in the Evening Standard in August 2009 claimed that “The involvement of Brian Kennedy and his son Patrick in the operation was counter-productive, notably when they were questioned by the local police [in Portugal] for acting suspiciously while attempting a 24-hour ‘stake out’.”  The ‘Evening Standard’ article also showed that, later, the relationship between Metodo 3 and the Portuguese police had ‘completely broken down’. Hollingsworth claimed that key witnesses were questioned ‘far too aggressively’ by Kennedy’s investigators, so much so that ‘some of them later refused to talk to the police’. Interference with witnesses to that extent could amount to a criminal offence. We are not aware that any other nation allows people to interfere with potential witnesses in an investigation in such a way as to cause them to refuse to testify, as Mark Hollingsworth in his article claimed had happened in this case, due to Kennedy’s investigators.

It was Francisco Pagarete, Mr Murat’s Portuguese lawyer - the one whom he was so anxious to see when he flew out to Praia da Luz on 1 May - who confirmed that a second meeting involving Brian Kennedy took place at Mr Murat’s uncle’s house in the Algarve in November. He told the BBC: “[Brian Kennedy] came here to give his support to Robert and to say he doesn’t believe Robert was involved in this story in any way or sense. And he asked if Robert could help the investigation for the finding of Madeleine in any way”.  Mr Pagarete added that Mr Kennedy had ‘promised to stay in touch with Mr Murat’ but ‘had not contacted him since’. Mr Pagarete also confirmed that Edward Smethurst was at the meeting.

The Portuguese paper Jornal de Notícias appeared to have some additional information about this meeting. Their report, early in 2008, said: “The meeting - a dinner that Brian Kennedy asked to be discreet and far away from the eyes of the press - took place in the end of last year at a house of Murat's relatives in Burgau (Vila do Bispo). At the dinner were Robert Murat and Kennedy, their respective lawyers, Jennifer Murat and the aunt and uncle of Murat” [NOTE: This appears in fact to have been Ralph Eveleigh, Murat’s uncle, and Sally Eveleigh, his cousin].

If Murat and Kennedy each had one lawyer with them - Pagarete and Smethurst - that makes seven people present at that dinner in Burgau:  Murat and his mother, his uncle Ralph and cousin Sally Eveleigh, who ran the 8-room guest house at Vila do Bispo, two lawyers and Brian Kennedy.

What was discussed at this meeting that Kennedy didn’t want the press to know about?

This evening meeting was either on the same day, or very close to, the meeting that Brian Kennedy had with the Portuguese Police on 13 November 2007 that we referred to above. The two Portuguese Police Inspectors, Ferreira and Paiva, later submitted an account of their strange meeting with Brian Kennedy.

The report, which is amongst the documents contained in the police files,  indicates that right at the start of the meeting, Brian Kennedy was keen to stress that his intentions were ‘purely charitable’, because he felt ‘concerned about cases of child neglect and child abduction’. The Director of Metodo 3, Francisco Marco, presented information to the PJ about three situations, allegedly received via their ‘hotline’.

The first of these concerned an incident that the British media had already referred to, at the end of October 2007: a woman who had been baby-sitting at the Ocean Club, in Apartment 5A in August/September 2006, said she spotted a man ‘hidden in the shadows’, the same day that Madeleine disappeared. A story about this had surfaced in the Sun on October 31.

According to the newspaper, “The nanny - identified only as M.H. - reported the frightening incident to the police in England after the hunt for Madeleine started in May, but did not speak to the police in Portugal”. Clarence Mitchell added that: “This evidence supports what we have always said, that Maddie was taken from her bed by an abductor”. The Portuguese Police had however ruled out this report, because the detectives considered that there was no proof that it was in any way related to Madeleine's disappearance.

The second piece of information was about the alleged existence of images of paedophilia on a computer at the home of Sergei Malinka, witnessed by the fiancé of a British woman, four years ago, when he was at Malinka's house. According to this witness, he questioned Malinka on the subject and he explained that the computer belonged to a client and that he would report it later to the authorities. All of the computers at Malinka's house were seized and examined, but the Portuguese Police report said that nothing of any relevance or suspicion was found.

The third piece of information referred to a detailed witness statement, according to the Metodo 3 report, about a woman handing what the witness was convinced was a child, wrapped in a blanket or a sheet, over a fence to a man, next to two parked vehicles, near a town 100 miles from the Algarve. The witness, a Portuguese lorry driver, M.G., looked at several photos and picked out Michaela Walczuk [Robert Murat’s girlfriend, now his wife], saying that her picture was the one that most resembled the woman he had seen.

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Post by View-from-Ireland on 30.06.14 22:30

Last summer wasn't Murat all over the papers asking for the Tapas crew to return to Portugal for a reconstruction?

Was he running with the hare and hunting with the hound?

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Post by sallypelt on 30.06.14 22:32

I'm confused!  If Robert Murat didn't fly out to Portugal until 1st may 2007, how could he have met Malinka at Baptista's on the 30th of April. Or have I got my wires crossed?

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Post by Woofer on 30.06.14 22:41

@sallypelt wrote:I'm confused!  If Robert Murat didn't fly out to Portugal until 1st may 2007, how could he have met Malinka at Baptista's on the 30th of April. Or have I got my wires crossed?

No you haven`t got your wires crossed - Malinka does say he met Murat and Michaela on the 30th April 2007.

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Post by sallypelt on 30.06.14 22:47

@Woofer wrote:
@sallypelt wrote:I'm confused!  If Robert Murat didn't fly out to Portugal until 1st may 2007, how could he have met Malinka at Baptista's on the 30th of April. Or have I got my wires crossed?

No you haven`t got your wires crossed - Malinka does say he met Murat and Michaela on the 30th April 2007.

Thank you, woofer. I thought I was losing it.   titter

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Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.14 22:49

@sallypelt wrote:I'm confused!  If Robert Murat didn't fly out to Portugal until 1st may 2007, how could he have met Malinka at Baptista's on the 30th of April. Or have I got my wires crossed?
sallypelt,

Yes, I've looked at the Malinka statement a couple of pages back, he seems to be saying that Robert Murat called him by 'phone on 29 April and then met Murat on 30 April.

I have always assumed that Murat's flight details are 100% established fact, i.e. he caught IIRC the plane from Exeter to Faro at 7am on Tuesday 1 May.

Here it is relevant to bring in a document I've published many times before on the forum:

Robert Murat's 17 Lies 

You mignt recall that this is a compilation I made based on a series of lies told by Robert Murat when first interviewed on 15 May by the police. He was re-interviewed by police on 10 and 11 July after the police had had time to interrogate his mobile 'phone and check where his mobile 'phone 'pinged' on local mobile 'phone mast antennae. These showed he had comprehensively lied to police about his movements from 1 to 4 May. He now made an entirely fresh statement to police, blaming his earlier lies on 'being too tired to tell the truth' [IMO he should have been prosecuted for attempting to pervert the course of justice].

Here's his list of 17 lies - have a look at lies 2 & 3:


1.     Remembers that on 1 May he tried to contact Jorge da Silva.

2.     Remembers that on 2 May he didn’t leave home at 10.30am but instead had a meeting with Sergei Malinka at the Batista Supermarket.

3.     He had in fact taken Michaela and Malinka back to his mother’s house in Praia da Luz for a further discussion, something he’d omitted to tell the police in the first interview.

4.     He now remembered visiting his bank and paying in 287.51 euros.

5.     He now remembered he’d called at the home of Francisco Pagarete, his lawyer, that morning.

6.     He now remembers that he had met Francisco Pagarete that afternoon.

7.     He now remembers that another of Jorge’s sons was present at their meeting in the café in the afternoon.

8.     The meeting in the café went on much longer than he had said previously.

9.     He thinks that Michaela Walczuk’s husband Luis Antonio may not have been present at Michaela’s house that evening, contrary to what he had previously said.

10.             On 3 May, he had not woken at 9.00am as previously stated, but at 8.00am.

11.             He had not driven to Michaela’s house that morning after 10.00am as previously stated; instead he had left home at 8.45am for a 9.30am meeting with the owner of the business tourist complex called ‘Gold Bunker’ in the Espiche district and her father-in-law.

12.             He now remembered that he and Michaela had visited two apartments for about 30 minutes, probably on the afternoon of 3 May.

13.             He and Michaela had lunch with the owner of the ‘Gold Bunker’ complex and her father-in-law, a fact he had not disclosed to police before.

14.             Michaela’s daughter C______ was not with them that day, contrary to his previous story.

15.             They went to the Palmares Golf Club in the afternoon, another fact Murat had failed to disclose.

16.             He now admitted to making two telephone calls, to Sergei Malinka and Michaela, at 11.39pm and 11.40pm that night.

17.             He previously said he had woken at 9.00am on Friday 4 May. He now admitted he had telephoned Michaela at 8.27am and must have got up earlier.


The above would suggest simply that Malinka got his dates wrong and actually met Murat on Wednesday 2 May, NOT Monday 30 April.

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Post by Dutchgirl on 30.06.14 22:58

Malinka is one of the 4 arguidos http://sicnoticias.sapo.pt/pais/2014-06-30-scotland-yard-regressa-ao-algarve-para-acompanhar-inqueritos-no-caso-maddie 

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Post by sallypelt on 30.06.14 23:01

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@sallypelt wrote:I'm confused!  If Robert Murat didn't fly out to Portugal until 1st may 2007, how could he have met Malinka at Baptista's on the 30th of April. Or have I got my wires crossed?
sallypelt,

Yes, I've looked at the Malinka statement a couple of pages back, he seems to be saying that Robert Murat called him by 'phone on 29 April and then met Murat on 30 April.

I have always assumed that Murat's flight details are 100% established fact, i.e. he caught IIRC the plane from Exeter to Faro at 7am on Tuesday 1 May.

Here it is relevant to bring in a document I've published many times before on the forum:

Robert Murat's 17 Lies 

You mignt recall that this is a compilation I made based on a series of lies told by Robert Murat when first interviewed on 15 May by the police. He was re-interviewed by police on 10 and 11 July after the police had had time to interrogate his mobile 'phone and check where his mobile 'phone 'pinged' on local mobile 'phone mast antennae. These showed he had comprehensively lied to police about his movements from 1 to 4 May. He now made an entirely fresh statement to police, blaming his earlier lies on 'being too tired to tell the truth' [IMO he should have been prosecuted for attempting to pervert the course of justice].

Here's his list of 17 lies - have a look at lies 2 & 3:


1.     Remembers that on 1 May he tried to contact Jorge da Silva.

2.     Remembers that on 2 May he didn’t leave home at 10.30am but instead had a meeting with Sergei Malinka at the Batista Supermarket.

3.     He had in fact taken Michaela and Malinka back to his mother’s house in Praia da Luz for a further discussion, something he’d omitted to tell the police in the first interview.

4.     He now remembered visiting his bank and paying in 287.51 euros.

5.     He now remembered he’d called at the home of Francisco Pagarete, his lawyer, that morning.

6.     He now remembers that he had met Francisco Pagarete that afternoon.

7.     He now remembers that another of Jorge’s sons was present at their meeting in the café in the afternoon.

8.     The meeting in the café went on much longer than he had said previously.

9.     He thinks that Michaela Walczuk’s husband Luis Antonio may not have been present at Michaela’s house that evening, contrary to what he had previously said.

10.             On 3 May, he had not woken at 9.00am as previously stated, but at 8.00am.

11.             He had not driven to Michaela’s house that morning after 10.00am as previously stated; instead he had left home at 8.45am for a 9.30am meeting with the owner of the business tourist complex called ‘Gold Bunker’ in the Espiche district and her father-in-law.

12.             He now remembered that he and Michaela had visited two apartments for about 30 minutes, probably on the afternoon of 3 May.

13.             He and Michaela had lunch with the owner of the ‘Gold Bunker’ complex and her father-in-law, a fact he had not disclosed to police before.

14.             Michaela’s daughter C______ was not with them that day, contrary to his previous story.

15.             They went to the Palmares Golf Club in the afternoon, another fact Murat had failed to disclose.

16.             He now admitted to making two telephone calls, to Sergei Malinka and Michaela, at 11.39pm and 11.40pm that night.

17.             He previously said he had woken at 9.00am on Friday 4 May. He now admitted he had telephoned Michaela at 8.27am and must have got up earlier.


The above would suggest simply that Malinka got his dates wrong and actually met Murat on Wednesday 2 May, NOT Monday 30 April.

Add to this that Murat said that he and Michaela Walczuk "weren't in a relationship" as they were of different religions, he then goes on to marry her. Another lie?

Gerry McCann, when asked if he knew R Murat, said "I am not going to answer that".

It's becoming extremely interesting, and maybe it's not a whitewash after all. But I will hold judgement to see how things unfold over the next few days.

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Post by sami on 30.06.14 23:04

Why has only Malinka been named ?

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Post by sallypelt on 30.06.14 23:11

985 Further background information on Robert Murat

Processos Volume IV

Page 985

POLICIA JUDICIARIA
DEPARTMENT OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION OF PORTIMAO

NUIPC: 201107.OGALG8

MEMORANDUM RELATED TO INFORMATION ESTABLISHED VIA INFORMAL CONTACT WITH ROBERT MURAT ON 12/05/2007:

• Has lived in Almadena (Lagos);
Has a brother who suffers from Dyslexia
• Questioned regarding the possible scenarios for the solution of the crime states:

1. that the recent offer of €1.000.000 may have the opposite effect of creating more abductions in Portugal in the future, namely carried out by Russians and Romanians; that the Russians are particularly cold when it comes to questions of money;

2. that the solution to the present case is in the resort and that the PJ have certainly come to understand this;

• States that the locale of Baroes is a locale where potential paedophiles exist interested in abducting children;
• He grew up in an area called Essen or Lessen, in the south of Norfolk and north of Southfolk (England);
• Related the case of an English abductor who due to media pressure released his victim, but in another case a 10 year old was murdered by a paedophile who buried her next to military base in Southfolk;
• Stated that he intended to rent a car as his car was being used for reasons he did not specify;
• That on this night he had a dinner booked in Lagos;
• That he served as a translator for the Northfolk police in situations where threats of a racist nature were made against Portuguese members of the community there.

I can't remember reading this in the past. I wasn't aware that RM had a brother.


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Post by margaret on 30.06.14 23:12

@sami wrote:Why has only Malinka been named ?

Good point.

Do you remember when the case was shelved it was said if the case reopened the Mccanns and Murat would become arguidos once again but we haven't heard anything about it, so are the other three the same from before or new?

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Post by jeanmonroe on 30.06.14 23:13

The above would suggest simply that Malinka got his dates wrong and actually met Murat on Wednesday 2 May, NOT Monday 30 April.
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Bit like the McCanns did when they simply gave the press a wrong photo of a child who nobody in PDL would 'recognise' and would not be looking for.

Even though they had up to the minute photo's of a 'missing' child taken in the previous few days, and even one, taken of the child, just a few hours before the child 'disappeared' which people would have recognised'

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Post by Bishop Brennan on 30.06.14 23:16

It is interesting. But Ive decided to remain sceptical. The timing is so coincidental. Throwing Malinka into the mix adds interest and headlines. Will we see Murat interviewed at verdict time In a couple of months I wonder?

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Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.14 23:19

For information, an article from 18 May 2007 which I've kept.

I find it very curious (see my article up the thread) that Mallnka was one of the three stories to be relayed to Portimao Police Station on 13 November 2007.

Why did Kennedy travel 2,000 miles or so to Portimao, and the two Metodo 3 men several hundred miles each from Barcelona, to attend this meeting in November?

Maybe they also discussed between themselves the coming search for Madeleine's bones in the Arade Dam.

Article about Murat and Malinka:

  
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Suspect in hunt for missing girl ‘wanted hire car immediately’


By Ian Herbert in Praia da Luz - Friday, 18 May 2007


“Police investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in Portugal have been told how their prime suspect, the Briton Robert Murat, was impatient to rent a car two days before he was first questioned by police, because he claimed his own was needed by those involved in the search for the four-year-old.

“Staff at the Autorent 3 dealership here say they asked Mr Murat to wait until after their lunchbreak finished at 3pm last Saturday - Madeleine's fourth birthday. But he said he needed the vehicle immediately.

“Maria Rocco, the member of staff who received Mr Murat's call at the dealership, opposite the church where Madeleine's parents have been praying regularly, called police to report Mr Murat's request after hearing of his arrest. He said: ‘I need a car for myself because the English people who are looking for the little girl need to borrow my car’, Mrs Rocco recalled. ‘You could tell from his voice that he needed it in a hurry. I was puzzled. Why would he need to lend his car to somebody else [in the search]?’ The revelation comes after police questioned Mr Murat's mother, Jennifer, yesterday about her son's alleged involvement in Madeleine's abduction. Yesterday it was reported that police arrived at Mrs Murat's £600,000 villa in Praia da Luz to quiz her about her role concerning her son's alibi on the night of the abduction.

“Results of these interviews will join Mrs Rocco's evidence, which was supported by the form Mr Murat signed when he collected a Hyundai Getz at 5.16pm that day. It will certainly have interested Portuguese police, since the ground search for Madeleine was being scaled down last Saturday and Mr Murat's mother's car, a green VW van, seen in the area that weekend, was available. Mr Murat has indicated that he was aware last weekend that police were tailing him. He complained to them about this shortly before the raid on his house.

“Police are also focussing their inquiries on telephone calls between Mr Murat and a Russian computer scientist, Sergei Malinka. One of these was reportedly made by Mr Malinka a few minutes after 10pm on 3 May,  the time when Madeleine's parents discovered she was missing from her room at a Mark Warner resort in the Algarve town.

“The Russian left his flat in Praia da Luz on Wednesday night with police, who had removed a laptop and two computer hard drives. Mr Malinka declined to discuss his ’phone calls with Mr Murat yesterday, but insisted
that videos seized from his house had no paedophile content. He confirmed his name and number were in Mr Murat’s phone.
“Yesterday, Mr Malinka protested his innocence. He said: ‘I am not a suspect in this case. I am merely a witness questioned like eight or nine others. Everything that has been said about me is lies...There have been claims in the press that I am some kind of sexual maniac or paedophile. It is nonsense. My career is destroyed and my life is ruined’.
“Mr Malinka remains one of the investigation's 100 witnesses, rather than a suspect like Mr Murat, but the policeman leading the inquiry, Oligario Sousa, did not rule out that situation changing. ‘[He is] not a suspect but it could be in the course of the investigation that something could change’, he said. ‘It's a very dynamic investigation’.
“Mr Malinka, who moved to Portugal from Moscow seven years ago, says he spent several weeks helping Mr Murat and his German girlfriend, Michaela Walczuk, set up a property website a year ago. He said Mr Murat was a client, not a friend, despite reports that they had been photographed together several times after Madeleine's disappearance. ‘I had a working relationship with him [Robert]. How friendly can you be with a client?’ he said.


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Post by sallypelt on 30.06.14 23:22

Posted by Tony:

"The above would suggest simply that Malinka got his dates wrong and actually met Murat on Wednesday 2 May, NOT Monday 30 April".

End quote.



Why I am having difficulty believing that Malinka got his dates wrong is, that Malinka said this about the 3rd of May:

"Regarding the day 03 May he said that he did not meet, nor spoke with Robert. On this day he followed the routine described above".

This was only the day after the 2 May. Surely Malinka wouldn't have made such a mistake with such a short period of time between the 2nd and the 3rd?

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Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.14 23:22

@sallypelt wrote:985 Further background information on Robert Murat

Has a brother who suffers from Dyslexia
I think his name may be Richard Murat, sallypelt, but anyway, when last heard of, he was working in Tesco, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.

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Post by sallypelt on 30.06.14 23:27

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@sallypelt wrote:985 Further background information on Robert Murat

Has a brother who suffers from Dyslexia
I think his name may be Richard Murat, sallypelt, but anyway, when last heard of, he was working in Tesco, Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.

I am NOT joking

TY Tony. It's the first I've heard of him having a brother.

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Post by Tony Bennett on 30.06.14 23:27

@sallypelt wrote:Posted by Tony:

The above would suggest simply that Malinka got his dates wrong and actually met Murat on Wednesday 2 May, NOT Monday 30 April.

Why I am having difficulty believing that Malinka got his dates wrong is, that Malinka said this about the 3rd of May:

"Regarding the day 03 May he said that he did not meet, nor spoke with Robert. On this day he followed the routine described above".

This was only the day after the 2 May. Surely Malinka wouldn't have made such a mistake with such a short period of time between the 2nd and the 3rd?
Murat's flight from Exeter to Faro was 7.00am on Tuesday 1 May. Which settles it really. Murat and Malinka could not therefore have met on 30 April. I don't look for anything here other than a simple mistake OR, quite possibly, a deliberate lie by Malinka to cover up their meeting on 2 May, which might well have been connected in some way or other with Madeleine's reported disappearance the following day

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Post by jeanmonroe on 30.06.14 23:27

ALL 'SUSPECTS' TO ATTEND INTERVIEWS.......... VOLUNTARILY

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Post by Okeydokey on 30.06.14 23:31

@Iamtheseeker wrote:Do "burglars" abduct children these days ? We sure have some characters about , or are the "burglars" witness for a case against the "original " aguidos " when they make their way there in hope of claiming a million pounds , instead they find themselves counting bars when they get charged for neglect ? I can picture the "mother Teresa lookalike in jesus creepers" and her partner the "smirking" one , what a surprise it will be for them when JUSTICE PREVAILS . big grin

Of course they do, they do it so the cadavers dogs get confused and make mistakes...they've never made before.

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Post by missmar1 on 30.06.14 23:36

@margaret wrote:
@sami wrote:Why has only Malinka been named ?

Good point.

Do you remember when the case was shelved it was said if the case reopened the Mccanns and Murat would become arguidos once again but we haven't heard anything about it, so are the other three the same from before or new?


Yes, I remember margaret,  I wonder if the other three are RM and the Mccann's but the UK press could be holding back on the names due to the pending libel trial  ?

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Post by TheTruthWillOut on 30.06.14 23:45

So in what way would Malinka be involved in Madeleine's disappearance? Help after whatever happened to her in 5A? Or directly responsible?

Who was it that torched his car and why don't they talk to the police themselves if they know that he's done something?

So many damn questions and still zero answers....

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Post by Guest on 30.06.14 23:53

30 June 2014 Last updated at 22:17

Madeleine McCann suspects to be questioned by police

Madeleine McCann went missing in Praia da Luz in 2007

Madeleine McCann investigation

A number of suspects are to appear at a police station in Portugal from Tuesday in connection with the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, sources have told the BBC.
They are expected to attend a police station in the Algarve region.
British police will sit in on the questioning, but only Portuguese officers will ask questions.
Madeleine was three when she went missing in Praia da Luz in 2007.
'Free will'
The suspects are attending "of their own free will".
They will be made "arguidos" - people of interest - after they meet police.
The first person will go on Tuesday to a police station in either Portimao or Faro.
All are Portuguese nationals, although some of those being questioned are Russian born.
They have been identified as suspects by the British police.
It is unclear exactly how many people will appear, but the BBC was told two weeks ago that up to 8 people may be questioned.
The interviews will take place over two or more days.
Renewed activity
Earlier in June, Portuguese and British police searched three sites in the Praia da Luz resort, but found no evidence relating to the case.
Scotland Yard said at the time that "more activity" had been agreed with Portuguese police and the searches were the "first phase" of a major investigation.
The searches were the most significant in the local area since Madeleine went missing seven years ago.
Her parents had been at a restaurant near their apartment when the three-year-old went missing.
The developments come after the Met launched Operation Grange - a fresh investigation into Madeleine's disappearance - last July.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28101400

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Post by Iamtheseeker on 30.06.14 23:54

Anyone noticed how old Pinky hasent turned up saying SY is "keeping the mccanns informed" neither have the mccanns squeaked , its all quiet . I wonder why ? Its not like them to shut their gobs , methinks that Judgement day arriveth  big grin

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