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Post by suzyjohnson on 09.03.15 2:46

IMO the sad thing about the Tuesday afternoon beach story is that all afternoon, turns out, in reality, to be less than 2 hours. A bit like the outing on the first evening to the Millenium restaurant, when they decided they weren't going to do that again.

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Shady old Gerry...

Post by missbeetle on 08.09.15 5:33

Another interesting picture of Gerald P McCann's mysterious sunglasses :


(dated 6th July, 2007)


What a bad-tempered and thuggish-faced man...

...close-up, he looks to have been given the bash -



My observation only.

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Post by sharonl on 08.09.15 7:20

@suzyjohnson wrote:IMO the sad thing about the Tuesday afternoon beach story is that all afternoon, turns out, in reality, to be less than 2 hours. A bit like the outing on the first evening to the Millenium restaurant, when they decided they weren't going to do that again.

The children were back at the crèche by 2.30 having been collected at 12.30, they had lunch in between.  Did that trip to the beach really take place? Did the McCanns take the kids with them? Did they really take a hired buggy?

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Post by PeterMac on 08.09.15 8:00

@sharonl wrote:
@suzyjohnson wrote:IMO the sad thing about the Tuesday afternoon beach story is that all afternoon, turns out, in reality, to be less than 2 hours. A bit like the outing on the first evening to the Millenium restaurant, when they decided they weren't going to do that again.

The children were back at the crèche by 2.30 having been collected at 12.30, they had lunch in between.  
Did that trip to the beach really take place? Did the McCanns take the kids with them? Probably not. It is in the book merely as a "Version" of the truth - not The Truth
Did they really take a hired buggy? Unlikely

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Post by DaTroof on 08.09.15 10:21

Creche records (assuming they are accurate) suggest beach trip was Monday not Tuesday. On Tuesday Madeleine was signed out at 12.20 & signed back into creche at 14.30 leaving only 2hrs total for lunch & the beach trip. On Monday Madeleine was signed out of the creche at 12.10 & returned to the creche at 15.15 that day, leaving about three hours for lunch & the trip to the beach. This also fits with the creche timetable for the week which has a mini tennis session on Monday morning. Kate describes Madeleine playing tennis on the morning of the day they went to the beach.

If the beach trip was on Tuesday lunch & getting ready to leave would take the best part of an hour & the walk to & from the beach with three small children & buggie(s) at least 15 minutes each way that leaves a maximum of about an hour and a half at the beach. Not a long time, but perhaps just long enough for Kate's account to be true. Kate does not actually mention having lunch at all on the day of the beach trip, but it does not seem likely that they did not give their children at least something to eat before setting off for the beach.

 Of course this leaves one big, no, HUGE question:  Why did Kate get the day of the beach trip wrong in her book?

I cannot accept that she was simply muddled about which day this occurred.

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Post by BlueBag on 08.09.15 10:26

@DaTroof wrote:I cannot accept that she was simply muddled about which day this occurred.
Especially as she had the PJ files with the creche records available.
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Post by HelenMeg on 08.09.15 10:35

@DaTroof wrote:Creche records (assuming they are accurate) suggest beach trip was Monday not Tuesday. On Tuesday Madeleine was signed out at 12.20 & signed back into creche at 14.30 leaving only 2hrs total for lunch & the beach trip. On Monday Madeleine was signed out of the creche at 12.10 & returned to the creche at 15.15 that day, leaving about three hours for lunch & the trip to the beach. This also fits with the creche timetable for the week which has a mini tennis session on Monday morning. Kate describes Madeleine playing tennis on the morning of the day they went to the beach.

If the beach trip was on Tuesday lunch & getting ready to leave would take the best part of an hour & the walk to & from the beach with three small children & buggie(s) at least 15 minutes each way that leaves a maximum of about an hour and a half at the beach. Not a long time, but perhaps just long enough for Kate's account to be true. Kate does not actually mention having lunch at all on the day of the beach trip, but it does not seem likely that they did not give their children at least something to eat before setting off for the beach.

 Of course this leaves one big, no, HUGE question:  Why did Kate get the day of the beach trip wrong in her book?

I cannot accept that she was simply muddled about which day this occurred.

Rather assume the creche records were NOT accurate. For a reasoned explanation as to why, please read this - (see 2. Creche Sheets)  - you will see that the creche sheets cannot be assumed accurate:
 http://textusa.blogspot.co.uk/2015/05/3-penguins-in-desert.html

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Post by DaTroof on 08.09.15 11:33

I have read a lot about the creche records & studied them myself. 

Clearly they are not perfect records of entry & exit from the creche at O.C. However they are exactly the sort of documents one would expect to find: missing signatures, crossings out, missing dates etc. I see nothing sinister in any of these things. I have kept similar sorts of records in the past and they always contain this sort of thing. 

The supposed entry for Madelene McCann with the "i" missing is nothing of the sort, the "i" is there just badly written & I am not convinced by suggestions that Gerry or Kate McCann signed other children in or out of the creche. 

There are some curious anomalies with regard to Madeleine McCann on Tuesday 1st May & Wednesday 2nd May. On 1st May afternoon she was not signed out at all. On 2nd May he was signed out by Cat Nanny at 12.30. This is the only occasion on which Madeleine was signed out by a nanny although there are several occasions when other children were signed out by Cat nanny. Most intriguingly she was signed out in the afternoon by KMHealy while on every other occasion Kate signed the register it was as KMcCann. How these anomalies connect to Madeleine's disappearance, if at all, is impossible to say for certain, but they might indicate that all was not well with Madeleine McCann from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday.

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