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Post by Guest on 22.07.14 12:15

 'where Madeleine has been kept'

It reminds of the early statement where KM says "the person who is with or has been with Madeleine" along with the strange gesture from GM as she says this. 
GM seemed quite annoyed with her saying this.
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Post by MRNOODLES on 22.07.14 13:02

@Casey5 wrote:

3 weeks to the day their daughter disappeared, they're doing ok.
The apartment was so close and they were dining "in the complex where the apartment was" and it was so much nearer than it looks on the photos - like being in your back garden.
Gerry also comments on on how, of course, they felt guilty that they weren't there at "the moment Madeleine was taken" but she could have been "taken" if they had been in the apartment in a different room.
The total dissociation they show is so odd, they could be talking of the plight of a strange child in Africa needing medical help -someone you feel sorry for but are not really involved with personally.
Even if they had been cautioned not to admit guilt it's a most peculiar interview, but then they all are. Most of these interviews form their defence imo.


FWIW has anybody noticed Gerry's thumb signal at 5 seconds in?
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Post by MRNOODLES on 22.07.14 13:52

@MRNOODLES wrote:
@Casey5 wrote:

3 weeks to the day their daughter disappeared, they're doing ok.
The apartment was so close and they were dining "in the complex where the apartment was" and it was so much nearer than it looks on the photos - like being in your back garden.
Gerry also comments on on how, of course, they felt guilty that they weren't there at "the moment Madeleine was taken" but she could have been "taken" if they had been in the apartment in a different room.
The total dissociation they show is so odd, they could be talking of the plight of a strange child in Africa needing medical help -someone you feel sorry for but are not really involved with personally.
Even if they had been cautioned not to admit guilt it's a most peculiar interview, but then they all are. Most of these interviews form their defence imo.


FWIW has anybody noticed Gerry's thumb signal at 5 seconds in?


And to add Gerry's duping/duper's delight at 11:16 is absolutely bonkers. He's a gnat's whisker away from a proper laugh similar to the age progression Maddie video.
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Post by Cristobell on 22.07.14 14:25

@MRNOODLES wrote:
@MRNOODLES wrote:
@Casey5 wrote:

3 weeks to the day their daughter disappeared, they're doing ok.
The apartment was so close and they were dining "in the complex where the apartment was" and it was so much nearer than it looks on the photos - like being in your back garden.
Gerry also comments on on how, of course, they felt guilty that they weren't there at "the moment Madeleine was taken" but she could have been "taken" if they had been in the apartment in a different room.
The total dissociation they show is so odd, they could be talking of the plight of a strange child in Africa needing medical help -someone you feel sorry for but are not really involved with personally.
Even if they had been cautioned not to admit guilt it's a most peculiar interview, but then they all are. Most of these interviews form their defence imo.


FWIW has anybody noticed Gerry's thumb signal at 5 seconds in?


And to add Gerry's duping/duper's delight at 11:16 is absolutely bonkers.  He's a gnat's whisker away from a proper laugh similar to the age progression Maddie video.
Great video, and looking back, it is remarkable that anyone believed the pair of them.  'We are over the grieving process' says Gerry.  Really?  Three weeks later they are 'over it'! 

Gerry may as well have a huge 'I am a narcissist' sign over his head.  The only thing that will make THEM feel good is the return of Madeleine. Does he not think she might be a tad relieved at being rescued from the hands of a paedophile? 

The happy smiles, the need to stay in Portugal.  They have moment, they can forget why they have to remain there.  From the look of them there were quite a few moments they forgot why they were staying there, who can forget the Hello style beach walks, and hundreds of balloons.  Lets not forget the collection buckets and the urges to give generously. 

I especially like the bit at the end when Gerry thinks the camera has been switched off.  He quickly lets go of Kate's hand and leans forward.  For Take 2, he leans back, sneering at the interviewer for making a mistake, then grabs Kate's hand the moment he thinks the camera is on again!  What a phoney!

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Post by sar on 22.07.14 14:37

@Cristobell wrote:
@MRNOODLES wrote:
@MRNOODLES wrote:
@Casey5 wrote:

3 weeks to the day their daughter disappeared, they're doing ok.
The apartment was so close and they were dining "in the complex where the apartment was" and it was so much nearer than it looks on the photos - like being in your back garden.
Gerry also comments on on how, of course, they felt guilty that they weren't there at "the moment Madeleine was taken" but she could have been "taken" if they had been in the apartment in a different room.
The total dissociation they show is so odd, they could be talking of the plight of a strange child in Africa needing medical help -someone you feel sorry for but are not really involved with personally.
Even if they had been cautioned not to admit guilt it's a most peculiar interview, but then they all are. Most of these interviews form their defence imo.


FWIW has anybody noticed Gerry's thumb signal at 5 seconds in?


And to add Gerry's duping/duper's delight at 11:16 is absolutely bonkers.  He's a gnat's whisker away from a proper laugh similar to the age progression Maddie video.
Great video, and looking back, it is remarkable that anyone believed the pair of them.  'We are over the grieving process' says Gerry.  Really?  Three weeks later they are 'over it'! 

Gerry may as well have a huge 'I am a narcissist' sign over his head.  The only thing that will make THEM feel good is the return of Madeleine. Does he not think she might be a tad relieved at being rescued from the hands of a paedophile? 

The happy smiles, the need to stay in Portugal.  They have moment, they can forget why they have to remain there.  From the look of them there were quite a few moments they forgot why they were staying there, who can forget the Hello style beach walks, and hundreds of balloons.  Lets not forget the collection buckets and the urges to give generously. 

I especially like the bit at the end when Gerry thinks the camera has been switched off.  He quickly lets go of Kate's hand and leans forward.  For Take 2, he leans back, sneering at the interviewer for making a mistake, then grabs Kate's hand the moment he thinks the camera is on again!  What a phoney!
 this is priceless!  The guy is "Stir Crazy".   Of the holiday......“Every waking minute she was having a ball”  Really!!???  When alone crying in a dark apartment for almost two hours???  On at least one occasion??  Would almost be humorous if it were not for the seriousness of the situation.

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Post by sami on 22.07.14 14:58

The grieving process Gerry refers to sounds more to me like something one goes through after the death of a loved one.

If a loved one disappears into thin air, what grieving process is there, in particular in the first few months ?  Surely it's feelings of shock and disbelief that should be subsiding at that point, a horrible reality dawning on them that their child is not coming home any time soon.

Gerry talks as if there was a whole process from start to finish over the three week period, loss, grieving and then moving on with the rest of their lives.  

Looking at the relief displayed by them, it appears to me that is exactly what happened.  This was the start of the rest of their lives period.  But for one clever, caring and diligent policeman how different things might have been.

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Post by Guest on 22.07.14 15:03

Cristobell wrote:

"Great video, and looking back, it is remarkable that anyone believed the pair of them.  'We are over the grieving process' says Gerry.  Really?  Three weeks later they are 'over it'! "


 Everyone deals with grief in their own way, but 3 weeks after the loss of a child to be over it. No. 
By their actions told us they were never grieving but to verbalise it in this way demonstrates that grief is not an emotion they understand. It is a huge red flag for sociopathy.
This is a quote taken from the U.S Department of Health and Human Sciences:
"Grieving parents say that their grief is a lifelong process, a long and painful process... “a process
in which [they] try to take and keep some meaning from the loss and life without the [child]”
(Arnold and Gemma 1983, 57). After a child’s death, parents embark on a long, sad journey that
can be very frightening and extremely lonely—a journey that never really ends. The hope and

desire that healing will come eventually is an intense and persistent one for grieving parents."
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Post by Casey5 on 22.07.14 15:08

Those 48 questions Kate refused to answer because Clarence said she was advised not to by her lawyer.
Ok, it’s not something I would do personally but maybe she was just following her lawyer’s advice and was scared of being arrested.
But why hasn’t she answered them all since? After all, she’s in England and most of the questions she either could answer now without incriminating herself and some are so innocent she could have answered them at the time.
Why hasn’t she, on her official findmadeleine page, listed them and answered them and got them out of the way?
 
 
“Gaggzy:-
 
The Day Of The Triffids - Almost the entire world population suddenly blinded. Giant walking plants attacking the people with lethal poisonous barbs, killing everyone. Only a matter of time before all life would be eliminated ...
 
And who'd have thought it. The geezer being chased up into the top of the lighthouse would discover the way to defeat the deadly Triffids ... bloody sea water! It dissolved them. 70% of the planet is covered in sea water. So again, something simple, unexpected, and more importantly ... plentiful.”
 
Giggsy, I love his books also but the films and TV series were absolute rubbish imo. In the book there was no easy solution, no lighthouse and no sea water remedy. The people had to try to  find a solution scientifically which would take time but they were in no doubt they would win the fight.
 
A bit like us I think.  big grin 

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Post by aquila on 22.07.14 15:09

The five stages of grieving


  • Denial and Isolation. The first reaction to learning of terminal illness or death of a cherished loved one is to deny the reality of the situation. ...
  • Anger. As the masking effects of denial and isolation begin to wear, reality and its pain re-emerge. ...
  • Bargaining. ...
  • Depression. ...
  • Acceptance.
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Post by Gaggzy on 22.07.14 15:46

@Hobs wrote:
@worriedmum wrote:From 5.20  onwards


''we truly believe that a member of the public holds the information TO UNLOCK WHERE MADELEINE HAS BEEN KEPT '''


Hobs where are you Hobs?

Here i come to save the day ~ cue superhero music~  cheerleader 

They just keep on givng don't they.

Lying is stressful.
The brain knows the truth and wants to ease the stress by being truthful.

here we have an interesting use of tenses.

MADELEINE HAS BEEN KEPT

HAS not IS?

Is she not being kept any more?

If Maddie is dead then she isn't being kept.
She isn't going to move from where she is on her own, only those who placed her there can move her.

Kate you have 48 (well technically 56 due to compound questions which is a big nono) pieces of information.
you keep bleating on about a member of the public having information which could solve the case yet you yourself refused to answer the questions, you refused to give 48 pieces of information that could solve the case.

Hubby and your chums also have a bucke tload(or should that be a coffin load) of information which could solve this case, which could bring Maddie home to a dignified burial.
Yet you all stay silent ( well apart from all those oh so helpful foot in mouth leaks of marbles which tell us the truth)

How dare you say the public has information which needs to be told when you yourselves refuse point blank to divulge the self same information that could solve this case.

The self same information that points directly at the perpetratures of Maddie's death and disposal and subsequent  cover up.
YOU kate and gerry mccann and your tapas 7.

YOU are all complicit in one way or another in her death and disposal.

By aiding and abetting you too will faces charges oc accessories after the fact, and trust me, when charges are laid, i will bet my bottom dollar that lilo lil and lord muck will point the accusing finger at one or more of you and play the vicim card, they will say they believed and trusted you only to find out you did the dreadful deed.

I trust you will be happy to accept the blame on their behalf and, if they offered to pay your defence etc, forget it. You will see the money as much as Maddies did when they used the fund to search for her.
Still, i am sure you will be happy to see them driving a spanking new car around in your name.

We the public know the truth, you have told us what happened using the process of free editing, you told us what you found and what you did.
You have freely and clearly told us Maddie is dead and you know it.

Arrests will follow, remember, the PJ telling you so reassuringly that you were not suspects in the case until you were made arguidos.
I bet that was a nasty surprise eh?

We hear the same reassurances this time round.

Are you buying it, or, are you experiencing that sphincter crinkling frission of fear, awaiting that dreaded knock on the door, the urgent phone call telling you the police are on their way?

Will you go quietly or will they have to drag you kicking and screaming?

What will your parents think then kate?

The public won't be rioting in anger at your arrests dearie, they will be out cheering and clapping the police.

Your supporters will suddenly become unavailable, your calls, nay demands, will be ignored.

Clarrie?

Oh he will be talking alright, to the police about everything he knows and suspects, after all he has a career to maintain.
He will be selling his story to the highest bidder and claiming he knew all along and was working undercover, you know, the  usual spiel to make a fast buck.

The twins?

Oh they will be questioned appropriately, things they remembered from their vacation, things you were surprised they remembered given their age, things they have seen and overheard over the last 7 years, things you thought they were too young to understand or missed because they were asleep.

Wouldn't it be simpling delightful if the main witnesses against you were Sean and Amelie, who decided justice fortheir sister came first, who then decided perhaps to sue you for neglect (which you happily admitted to even if untrue (you can't get their genie back in the bottle now and claim the children were in fact babysat since it instantly removes any possible chance of Maddie being abducted) and for emotional abuse.

You are trapped in a corner with no way to escape, what will you do?

The time is now to admit the truth and accept the consequences, especially if you wish to have any kind of relationship with your surviving children, whilst they are perhaps young enough to forgive you.

The longer you wait the less chance they will forgive you and you will be ostracised and cut off from their lives.

Think about it, time is counting down TICK TOCK


I'm loving it.

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Post by worriedmum on 22.07.14 15:52

Thanks Hobs!

Please can someone from admin move this video to 'Chilling videos' please?

Just watched it again looking at the places pointed out by other members -it's amazing how MUCH there is to see. Watch it at the very very end , watch Kate's face when Gerry talks about bringing Madeleine back to Rothley. it's the very last frame of the video.  I was shocked.
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Post by j.rob on 22.07.14 17:01

How can they be over a grieving process unless they know for sure that Madeleine is dead? In which case, they managed to 'get over it' with unseemly haste. One of the things that families of loved ones who go missing nearly always seem to say is that there can be no closure. It is the not knowing what has happened that seems to drive people to huge lengths to discover what happened, even if the discovery is that what happened was terrible.

Sometimes when people have been missing for ages, and the family fear they can no longer be alive, you will hear family members even saying that they want a body to be found. So they can have 'closure' and then go through the grieving process.

When you do not know what has happened, how can you go through a grieving process?

I would be fascinated to learn more about Kate and Gerry's backgrounds as it is my opinion that there is something in both their upbringings that might partly lie behind this mystery and the fact that Madeleine 'disappeared' at the age that she did.

In Kate's book she describes how she lived in a cul-de-sac in Huyton, in the East of Liverpool, until she was nearly five. She then writes: "after we left Huyton I returned often to join my friends for games of Kerby and Kick the Can in the street." So she obviously retained many ties with the area where she grew up until she was almost five. Returning there often.

She writes: "A couple of years after my maternal grandmother died.......we moved in with my grandad in Anfield."

Seeing as she gave no indication of where she and her parents went to live after they left Huyton while she was still four years old, does that mean that at four she and her parents moved into her grandfather's house? Or did they live somewhere else for a period of time after leaving Huyton and then move in with her grandfather?

In any event, she describes starting primary in Anfield. And she never mentions the family moving out of her grandfather's house. Which is perhaps a little odd. 

Whatever the sequence of events, at the age of four she moved from the home where she had her earliest memories of: "fun-filled days playing outside with the neighbours'  kids." 

A bit like the memories of her first summer in Rothley in the new house in 2006 (when Madeleine would have been three and a bit and the twins around eighteen months) "the five of us spent many sunny, fun-filled days in the garden, on the swings and slide......."

I have read reports that Gerry was adopted. Is this true? If this is the case there is no mention of this in Kate's book, merely that he was the youngest of five children and he grew up in a one-bedroom tenement where there was also the occasional lodger on the floor. Which strikes me as verging on abject poverty? Where on earth did they all sleep?! 

In any event, it appears that Gerry's father was often away and his mother often busy working so Gerry was "often entrusted to the care of his elder siblings."

So, maybe just a coincidence, but Kate grew up from the age of nearly five until an undisclosed time in the home of her maternal grandfather. While Gerry appears to have often been in the care of elder siblings. 

What was one of Amaral's questions to Kate: "Did you ever consider handing over the care of Madeleine to relatives?" 

Often families follow patterns. They can be hard to break 

Just a few thoughts.

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Post by j.rob on 22.07.14 17:05

@worriedmum wrote:Thanks Hobs!

Please can someone from admin move this video to 'Chilling videos' please?

Just watched it again looking at the places pointed out by other members -it's amazing how MUCH there is to see. Watch it at the very very end , watch Kate's face when Gerry talks about bringing Madeleine back to Rothley. it's the very last frame of the video.  I was shocked.

Yes worried mum. I had much the same reaction when I watched some of the 'Madeleine was Here' series. I was shocked. Also a similar reaction to some of the photos released. I literally had to lie down!

Very, very strange this case most certainly is.

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The Kate'n'Gerry Show...

Post by missbeetle on 22.07.14 17:47



Check out the bruises along Gerry's right cheek...

Looks like three fingermarks in a row, like someone has grabbed his face.

I hope it was his poor old mother, telling him to tell the truth.

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Post by Casey5 on 22.07.14 17:52

Gerry McCann has the type of smug, smirking face that should be slapped on a daily basis. Imo big grin

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Post by tasprin on 22.07.14 18:03

@MRNOODLES wrote:
@Casey5 wrote:

3 weeks to the day their daughter disappeared, they're doing ok.
The apartment was so close and they were dining "in the complex where the apartment was" and it was so much nearer than it looks on the photos - like being in your back garden.
Gerry also comments on on how, of course, they felt guilty that they weren't there at "the moment Madeleine was taken" but she could have been "taken" if they had been in the apartment in a different room.
The total dissociation they show is so odd, they could be talking of the plight of a strange child in Africa needing medical help -someone you feel sorry for but are not really involved with personally.
Even if they had been cautioned not to admit guilt it's a most peculiar interview, but then they all are. Most of these interviews form their defence imo.


FWIW has anybody noticed Gerry's thumb signal at 5 seconds in?

The first two days were the worse, and after 3 weeks they were doing so well they sometimes managed to forget why they were in Portugal, yet they claim Amaral's book 'destroyed' them? The libel trial judge asked GM which was the worst; Madeleine's disappearance or Amaral's book. He said he couldn't say because the events happened at different times. I thought that was a very weird reply but when I watch these 2007 videos, it's clear they are both acting but can't stop themselves from leaking smirks - so unnatural, it's hard to believe they don't know what happened to their daughter. I think the book probably is the biggest trauma for them both because they know it's very close to the truth. That's what hurts imo.

Why do they both look so shocked/uncomfortable/annoyed when they are asked about support in Rothley? A strange reaction. Does anyone know whose voice it is that intervenes in the background, and what he says? I can't make it out.

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Post by nglfi on 22.07.14 18:12

Something that concerns me greatly about their smirking and the seemingly almost joyous atmosphere around them, is that it kind of precludes the 'accident gone horribly wrong and then cover up' scenario. IMO, if they were guilty of nothing more than coming home after a piss up to find Maddie had accidentally died and then hid the body (which is obviously still a very serious crime), I would expect them to display far more guilt and anguish. They might give inconsistent answers as to what they believe happened to Maddie but I would expect them to still be incredibly penitent about having left her alone and for having allowed 'something' to happen to her. It's when I watch these videos that I fear something more sinister happened, particularly with reference to what others have said about them possibly suffering from NPD.

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Post by Hicks on 22.07.14 21:16

@nglfi wrote:Something that concerns me greatly about their smirking and the seemingly almost joyous atmosphere around them, is that it kind of precludes the 'accident gone horribly wrong and then cover up' scenario. IMO, if they were guilty of nothing more than coming home after a piss up to find Maddie had accidentally died and then hid the body (which is obviously still a very serious crime), I would expect them to display far more guilt and anguish. They might give inconsistent answers as to what they believe happened to Maddie but I would expect them to still be incredibly penitent about having left her alone and for having allowed 'something' to happen to her. It's when I watch these videos that I fear something more sinister happened, particularly with reference to what others have said about them possibly suffering from NPD.
  Me too nglfi. I always think of GM laughing and joking just days after the event. Also remember the shop owner in PDL who took down a poster with Madeleine's photo on it when she saw Kate and another woman walking past her shop 'laughing their heads off'? If Madeleine had died through an accident the McCann's' surely would have been in shock and shown grief, yet from what have seen there was neither.

The GNR officer who first attended the scene noted that both Gerry and Kate..... 'made noises like crying but there were no tears'.

One big act maybe...but why?

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Post by secrets and lies on 22.07.14 21:48

Oh my. I had never seen this video before but it left me with the most awful sinking feeling. Are we dealing with two preposterously sick minds? I have days where I forget this case and think "allow events to take their course, and in the end justice will be served".

Then I see something like this and all I can think of is how unhinged the whole thing appears. Almost gloating from the McCanns. I have no choice as an intelligent human being but to conclude that there is something far more sinister to this case than a "accident and cover-up" scenario and that protection was and is still being given from the highest echelons of power.

I think most of us can accept that this may be the case-as sick as that may make us feel. But the burning question is WHY?
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Post by missmar1 on 22.07.14 23:18

@tasprin wrote:
@MRNOODLES wrote:
@Casey5 wrote:

3 weeks to the day their daughter disappeared, they're doing ok.
The apartment was so close and they were dining "in the complex where the apartment was" and it was so much nearer than it looks on the photos - like being in your back garden.
Gerry also comments on on how, of course, they felt guilty that they weren't there at "the moment Madeleine was taken" but she could have been "taken" if they had been in the apartment in a different room.
The total dissociation they show is so odd, they could be talking of the plight of a strange child in Africa needing medical help -someone you feel sorry for but are not really involved with personally.
Even if they had been cautioned not to admit guilt it's a most peculiar interview, but then they all are. Most of these interviews form their defence imo.


FWIW has anybody noticed Gerry's thumb signal at 5 seconds in?

The first two days were the worse, and after 3 weeks they were doing so well they sometimes managed to forget why they were in Portugal, yet they claim Amaral's book 'destroyed' them? The libel trial judge asked GM which was the worst; Madeleine's disappearance or Amaral's book. He said he couldn't say because the events happened at different times. I thought that was a very weird reply but when I watch these 2007 videos, it's clear they are both acting but can't stop themselves from leaking smirks - so unnatural, it's hard to believe they don't know what happened to their daughter. I think the book probably is the biggest trauma for them both because they know it's very close to the truth. That's what hurts imo.

Why do they both look so shocked/uncomfortable/annoyed when they are asked about support in Rothley? A strange reaction. Does anyone know whose voice it is that intervenes in the background, and what he says? I can't make it out.



For a dad ( Gerry Mccann) to say he couldn't say which was the worse because they happened at different times is for me the most damning of answers - what father would say that ?   Surely the loss of a child  - no matter when, at what time, or how long ago, would be the most overwhelming and devastating thing a parent could go through ?  Nothing, absolutely nothing, imo can be compared to that - yet Gerry Mccann said he couldn't compare because Mr Amaral's book and Madeleine's disappearance happened at different times !!!!!  

Imo,  Gerry Mccann  was so intent, vindictive and determined to win this case that he was not even willing to say the loss of his daughter was worse.

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Post by Guest on 22.07.14 23:59

@missmar1 wrote:
@tasprin wrote:
@MRNOODLES wrote:
@Casey5 wrote:

3 weeks to the day their daughter disappeared, they're doing ok.
The apartment was so close and they were dining "in the complex where the apartment was" and it was so much nearer than it looks on the photos - like being in your back garden.
Gerry also comments on on how, of course, they felt guilty that they weren't there at "the moment Madeleine was taken" but she could have been "taken" if they had been in the apartment in a different room.
The total dissociation they show is so odd, they could be talking of the plight of a strange child in Africa needing medical help -someone you feel sorry for but are not really involved with personally.
Even if they had been cautioned not to admit guilt it's a most peculiar interview, but then they all are. Most of these interviews form their defence imo.


FWIW has anybody noticed Gerry's thumb signal at 5 seconds in?

The first two days were the worse, and after 3 weeks they were doing so well they sometimes managed to forget why they were in Portugal, yet they claim Amaral's book 'destroyed' them? The libel trial judge asked GM which was the worst; Madeleine's disappearance or Amaral's book. He said he couldn't say because the events happened at different times. I thought that was a very weird reply but when I watch these 2007 videos, it's clear they are both acting but can't stop themselves from leaking smirks - so unnatural, it's hard to believe they don't know what happened to their daughter. I think the book probably is the biggest trauma for them both because they know it's very close to the truth. That's what hurts imo.

Why do they both look so shocked/uncomfortable/annoyed when they are asked about support in Rothley? A strange reaction. Does anyone know whose voice it is that intervenes in the background, and what he says? I can't make it out.



For a dad ( Gerry Mccann) to say he couldn't say which was the worse because they happened at different times is for me the most damning of answers - what father would say that ?   Surely the loss of a child  - no matter when, at what time, or how long ago, would be the most overwhelming and devastating thing a parent could go through ?  Nothing, absolutely nothing, imo can be compared to that - yet Gerry Mccann said he couldn't compare because Mr Amaral's book and Madeleine's disappearance happened at different times !!!!!  

Imo,  Gerry Mccann  was so intent, vindictive and determined to win this case that he was not even willing to say the loss of his daughter was worse.
As a person with imo an antisocial personality disorder then what GM says about being unable to say which is worse the loss of his daughter or GA's book is probably true for him.
The narcissistic injury caused to him by the book is probably one of the worst emotions he can feel. GA dared not to believe his story. And then publicised this fact, causing GM a perceived loss of status and self-esteem.  
And the rage that it caused in him by this injury will be directed at GA for as long as he lives.
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Post by View-from-Ireland on 23.07.14 1:32

One of the most disturbing elements of all of this is the extent of the doubt such clips raise as to whether these two actually loved their daughter. It is all so cold and detached so soon after the disappearance. 

As for him not being able to state which was worse the book or losing his daughter, is that not just so telling?

No way would any normal person state that a theory alleging culpability in their child's disappearance could equate with the stress of the original disappearance.

If they had nothing to hide would they not have the attitude 'all we want is our daughter back, our own reputations are secondary and because we know we have nothing to hide we'd consider the stress of this book scarcely an irritant next to the trauma we faced the day our daughter disappeared'.

But no. Of course not. Not for them... I wonder why?

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Post by nglfi on 23.07.14 7:36

Well they desperately want to win the money so I'm not surprised they didn't admit they knew which was worse. Unfortunately with people of their personality type it may well be true that the book caused more anguish than the loss of Madeleine,  but of course they were too stupid to have the foresight to have a doctor certify them as having a medical condition.

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Post by PeterMac on 23.07.14 8:13

But there is lots of evidence available

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They claim

£215,000
each
for emotional distress

They say they suffer
'permanent anxiety, insomnia, lack of appetite,
irritability and an indefinable fear'.

The writ also says Kate McCann is
'steeped in a deep and serious depression'.

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@PeterMac wrote:But there is lots of evidence available

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Amelie's face in this photo seems to say "How did I get landed with these bozos?".....
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