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Re: Gerry's fake passport photo

Post by j.rob on 18.10.14 22:14

Seems like the whole passport thing might be a little bit of a 'hot potato' in some quarters.

http://www.wired.com/2012/04/cia-spies-biometric-tech/all/

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Post by Nina on 18.10.14 22:21

Our son has two passports quite legally as he enters and leaves with Visas to his place of work and his passport is retained. Also the pages get filled very quickly.

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Post by juliet on 18.10.14 22:26

Great points as ever missbeetle and j.rob. As for Gerry's pals, neighbours, workmates: none has uttered a squeak since this all began. His only character witness seems to be Bridget ODonnell who knew him for three and a half minutes.
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Post by j.rob on 18.10.14 22:45

juliet wrote:Great points as ever missbeetle and j.rob.  As for Gerry's pals, neighbours, workmates: none has uttered a squeak since this all began. His only character witness seems to be Bridget ODonnell who knew him for three and a half minutes.

Indeed. 

I doubt if either JW and BO'D have particularly fond memories of that week at OC. 

But I wonder when the three and a half minutes was??

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Gerald of Glenfield...

Post by missbeetle on 02.11.14 16:16



Here he is on his work website : our pastel polo shirt wearing Prince of Heart Problems - Dr Gerry McCann.

Neck beard and all...

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Achy breaky heart...?

Post by missbeetle on 29.11.14 19:57

Here's another work-related mugshot and biography of Dr Gerry :


(snipped from www.bcs.com)

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Post by Guest on 29.11.14 22:48

Please google: VU Medical Centre
Then: van Rossum
This will supply you with: all publications by or with van professor Rossum and his students and team from 1986 or thereabouts onwards

Who turns up at every tip of your finger?  [b]Dr Gerald Mc Cann[/b]

Not

Not a single mention of him in all the years of dr van Rossums' teaching/coaching University carreer. No mention of him in a single publication. Not one.

Please correct me if Im wrong

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Post by onehand on 30.11.14 0:05

there are 5 articles on pubmed for a gp mccann as co-author named, with ac van rossum named in 3 as co-author.

looking at the subjects they all could be from gerald p mccann aka gerry mccann.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/?term=gerald+p+mccann

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Post by j.rob on 30.11.14 17:50

Blimey, if you google 'Gerald P McCann' the very first page is not exactly good PR - yikes! Every single link bar one in the first two lines contains the information that Gerry McCann was placed on the Child Sex Offenders Register in 2002. 

Unbelievable! 

Whether true or not.

https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Gerald+P+McCann&rlz=1C1GPEA_en-gbGB511GB511&oq=Gerald+P+McCann&aqs=chrome..69i57.3630j0j1&sou

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Post by Guest on 30.11.14 17:57

Is that why he calls himself Gerry, even for official/professional purposes?  Usually an academic or clinician who publishes regularly would use his/her full name in employment profiles e.g. G.P. McCann or Gerald P. McCann.
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Post by j.rob on 30.11.14 17:59

Such a coincidence that  Gerry had his wallet stolen on his second visit home! 

There are just sooooo many coincidences in this case.

And the wallet contained 'irreplacable' pictures of Madeleine.

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id178.html

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Ladyinred wrote:Is that why he calls himself Gerry, even for official/professional purposes?  Usually an academic or clinician who publishes regularly would use his/her full name in employment profiles e.g. G.P. McCann or Gerald P. McCann.

Just checked his publishing name - GP McCann.  He's been busy over the past few years:

http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/cardiovascular-sciences/people/mccann/papers-2014-2009
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Gerry's glittering career...

Post by missbeetle on 30.11.14 20:43

missbeetle wrote:Here's another work-related mugshot and biography of Dr Gerry :


(snipped from www.bcs.com)

Gerry seems to acquired some of his cardiology training whilst in New Zealand.

His fellow Napier City Rovers team-mate had him down as a surgeon :

(snipped from the Sun, 28th April 2008)


I'm touched by Kate's managing to spend hours on the touchlines, though!

From either Auckland (where she first worked) or Wellington to Hawkes Bay is a pox of a journey.

Can't have been easy fitting it all in around junior doctors' rotas, either...

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Irish Aunty Phil...

Post by missbeetle on 11.12.14 23:50

Apologies in advance is this is off-topic -

- I've seen Philomena McCann's nationality described as being 'Irish'...

...would this be on account of her being born there -

-and would that not make John McCann and Trish Cameron Irish, too?


Would the elder McCann siblings hold UK passports also?

Would they be eligible for them?

How would people decide which passport to hold -

- or nationalities to identify with?

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Dr Gerry in the Hawkes Bay...

Post by missbeetle on 21.12.14 9:11

missbeetle wrote:
missbeetle wrote:Here's another work-related mugshot and biography of Dr Gerry :


(snipped from www.bcs.com)

Gerry seems to acquired some of his cardiology training whilst in New Zealand.

His fellow Napier City Rovers team-mate had him down as a surgeon :

(snipped from the Sun, 28th April 2008)


I'm touched by Kate's managing to spend hours on the touchlines, though!

From either Auckland (where she first worked) or Wellington to Hawkes Bay is a pox of a journey.

Can't have been easy fitting it all in around junior doctors' rotas, either...

My opinions only.

Bumping up this post from a couple of weeks ago for you, Aquila -

- in reply to your post on the 'Solved' thread.


Napier's definitely a city - I went to a service at the Cathedral there as a schoolgirl.

Yes, it's famous for its Art Deco heritage - the result of a terrible earthquake in the 1930s.

I regret to say that I know almost nothing of Napier Hospital -

- or how the junior doctor system in NZ worked then re placements and rotations.

Impressive that Gerry managed to captain a soccer team in his spare time, though...!


Why Napier...?

- perhaps Gerry thought it'd be in between Auckland and Wellington?


I do know know that Kate was a doctor down in Wellington for a time.

The rest is anyone's guess.


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Post by aquila on 21.12.14 9:38

missbeetle wrote:
missbeetle wrote:
missbeetle wrote:Here's another work-related mugshot and biography of Dr Gerry :


(snipped from www.bcs.com)

Gerry seems to acquired some of his cardiology training whilst in New Zealand.

His fellow Napier City Rovers team-mate had him down as a surgeon :

(snipped from the Sun, 28th April 2008)


I'm touched by Kate's managing to spend hours on the touchlines, though!

From either Auckland (where she first worked) or Wellington to Hawkes Bay is a pox of a journey.

Can't have been easy fitting it all in around junior doctors' rotas, either...

My opinions only.

Bumping up this post from a couple of weeks ago for you, Aquila -

- in reply to your post on the 'Solved' thread.


Napier's definitely a city - I went to a service at the Cathedral there as a schoolgirl.

Yes, it's famous for its Art Deco heritage - the result of a terrible earthquake in the 1930s.

I regret to say that I know almost nothing of Napier Hospital -

- or how the junior doctor system in NZ worked then re placements and rotations.

Impressive that Gerry managed to captain a soccer team in his spare time, though...!


Why Napier...?

- perhaps Gerry thought it'd be in between Auckland and Wellington?


I do know know that Kate was a doctor down in Wellington for a time.

The rest is anyone's guess.


My thoughts only.
I've been to Napier too. I've done the drive from Wellington to Napier. The population of Napier is about 60,000.

The population of Wellington is about 200,000

The population of Auckland is about 1.4 million.

Now, how many hospitals do you think there are in Napier?

How many hospitals do think there are in Auckland and Wellington?

I'm hoping, as you are the antipodean interested member on the forum, you'd do a bit of research at source as to whether Kate McCann was a doctor in Wellington...'for a time' as you put it.

It's my understanding that you see all things masonic in just about everything - particularly symbols concerned with PDL. Now how about a bit of research into masonic stuff going on in NZ? You're the gal on location aren't you?

Until then, I suppose the forum will continue to receive pretty pointless pictures which I'm sure you probably consider 'though provoking' but I consider to be nothing more than idle gossip with the intention of goading members of the forum to comment in a way akin to a bitchfest at a knitting circle.

I'm sorry you felt you couldn't answer my question on the correct thread.
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Casting shade...

Post by missbeetle on 21.12.14 10:46

Speaking of things Masonic :




I reckon Gerry's shadow looks a bit like a Baphomet -

- looks even spookier mixed in with his polo shirt's neckline...

...that neck beard's an added goaty bonus.


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Post by Woofer on 21.12.14 11:59

Portia wrote:Please google: VU Medical Centre
Then: van Rossum
This will supply you with: all publications by or with van professor Rossum and his students and team from 1986 or thereabouts onwards

Who turns up at every tip of your finger?  Dr Gerald Mc Cann

Not

Not a single mention of him in all the years of dr van Rossums' teaching/coaching University carreer. No mention of him in a single publication. Not one.

Please correct me if Im wrong

  thinking

There is this from the VUMedical centre:

My computer can`t translate the page. I`ve tried translating it in bits but it makes no sense. Hope a Dutch speaker can do the honours, if only the gist :-


Cardioloog hoopt op terugkeer Madeleine

Vooral de Britse kranten
staan vol van de verdwijning
van peuter Madeleine
McCann op 3 mei uit het
vakantieappartement in de
Portugese Algarve. Ook cardioloog
Aernout Beek is er
stuk van, want hij heeft in
het verleden intensief met
vader Gerry McCann samengewerkt
op de afdeling cardiovasculaire
mri. “We moeten
zoveel mogelijk publiciteit
genereren, om te laten
zien dat we dit soort afgrijselijkheden
niet tolereren”,
stelt hij beslist.
Zelf heeft Beek posters opgehangen
en is bezig met email
acties, zodat de ontvoering
onder de aandacht van
zoveel mogelijk mensen
komt. “Vorige week had ik
Gerry aan de telefoon”, vertelt
Beek, “en wat opvalt is de
vastberadenheid bij hem en
bij Kate, de moeder van
Madeleine. Ze geven niet op,
ze zijn vastbesloten hun kind
terug te vinden en er in ieder
geval zoveel mogelijk aandacht
voor te vragen. Ze zijn
nu zelfs bij de Paus op
audiëntie geweest en komen
zeer waarschijnlijk op korte
termijn ook naar Nederland.”
Beek en de McCanns zijn
vrienden. “Gerry en ik zijn
begonnen als collega’s”, vervolgt
Beek. “Hij heeft als fellow
gewerkt bij cardiovasculaire
mri. Gerry is een zeer
aardige en hardwerkende
collega; vandaar uit is onze
vriendschap ontstaan. Hij en
Kate zijn zeer zorgzame en
liefdevolle ouders, ik vind
het vreselijk dat hen dit
drama is overkomen.”
Beek zegt teleurgesteld te
zijn dat er nog niets is gevonden
maar blijft hopen op een
goede afloop: “Ik wil niet
opgeven. Als we de aandacht
hoog houden dan zorgen we
er enerzijds voor dat de kans
dat Madeleine gevonden
wordt zo groot mogelijk
blijft; anderzijds zien toekomstige,
potentiële kidnappers
dat het ze zeer moeilijk
zal worden gemaakt. We pikken
het gewoonweg niet langer.
Er is nu een soort van
media-sjabloon ontworpen:
in de toekomst gaat dit soort
afgrijselijkheden niet langer
gepaard met de stille trom,
maar met een luidkeels protest
en directe wereldwijde
publiciteit. Daarnaast kunnen
alle publicitaire activiteiten
ook troostvol werken.
Madeleines naam zal namelijk
altijd verbonden blijven
aan deze kruistocht.” ■ LH

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Post by Guest on 21.12.14 13:27

Cardiologist hopes to return Madeleine

Especially the British newspapers
are full of disappearance
toddler Madeleine
McCann on May 3 from the
holiday apartment
Portuguese Algarve. also cardiologist
Aernout Beek there
piece, as he has in
past the intensively with
father Gerry McCann worked
in the department of cardiovascular
mri. "We must
much publicity as possible
generating, in order to allow
we see that this kind of horrors
not tolerate ",
he definitely says.
Himself Brook posters hung
and is working with enamel
actions so that the abduction
to the attention of
many people as possible
is coming. "Last week I had
Gerry on the phone, "says
Brook, "and what stands out is the
determination in him and
by Kate's mother
Madeleine. They do not give up,
they are committed to their child
can be found, and in any
case much attention as possible
to ask for. they
Now even the Pope
audience was and come
very likely in the short
also time to the Netherlands. "
Brook and the McCanns are
friends. "Gerry and I are
started as colleagues, "continues
Stream. "He's a fellow
worked in cardiovascular
mri. Gerry is a very
nice and hardworking
colleagues; from there it is our
friendship developed. he and
Kate are very caring and
loving parents, I think
hate them that this
drama happened. "
Brook says disappointed
that nothing has been found
but remains hopeful of a
good outcome: "I do not
give up. If we focus
we uphold worries
one hand, that the risk of
Madeleine found
is as large as possible
remains; on the other hand see the future,
potential kidnappers
that they are very difficult
will be made. we pick
it simply no longer.
There is now a kind of
media-designed template:
in the future is this kind of
monstrosities no longer
accompanied by the silent drum,
but with a loud protest
and direct worldwide
publicity. In addition,
all marketing activities
work comforting.
Madeleine's name will namely
Always stay connected
this crusade. "■ LH
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Post by Woofer on 21.12.14 15:54

Thanks for the translation WMD.

So it just seems as if this Aernout Beek worked with GM at VU Medical in Amsterdam and GM phoned him to ask him to put up some posters.

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Post by Khaleesi on 21.12.14 16:31

missbeetle wrote:

Gerry seems to acquired some of his cardiology training whilst in New Zealand.

His fellow Napier City Rovers team-mate had him down as a surgeon :

Napier City Rovers is a semi - professional club, not an amateur one. I'd think it would be hard to join a semi-pro football trainings with a work of a cardiologist/surgeon.
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Post by aquila on 21.12.14 17:36

Khaleesi wrote:
missbeetle wrote:

Gerry seems to acquired some of his cardiology training whilst in New Zealand.

His fellow Napier City Rovers team-mate had him down as a surgeon :

Napier City Rovers is a semi - professional club, not an amateur one. I'd think it would be hard to join a semi-pro football trainings with a work of a cardiologist/surgeon.
Well quite Khaleesi, and it must have been a nightmare for Gerry and Kate to see each other with a four hour schlep in a car between Wellington and Napier.

I posted up in the Solved thread this morning an article from the NZ Herald (I won't duplicate the whole article taken from McCannfiles. This article was dated 11 days after the disappearance of Madeleine.

Here's a snip (my bolding)

Gerry McCann was a "down-to-earth, natural, great guy" said Rovers stalwarts Ian Gearey and Jim Scott, who attended his wedding to Kate McCann eight years ago.

The couple's romance flourished after Mr McCann followed his future wife to New Zealand, Mr Gearey said.

"Kate was working as a doctor in Wellington. He told us he'd come for her, he came to woo her, really. He won her heart and, of course they got together here, and not that terribly long after they got married in the UK."

Mr Gearey had tried to contact the McCanns since Madeline's disappearance, to let the frantic family know their Kiwi mates were there for support.

Mr McCann was a "very, very" talented surgeon who was very well regarded and worked in Hawke's Bay, Mr Gearey said.

Mrs McCann is a GP while her husband is a heart specialist.
" Both of them are lovely people."
...........................................................................

These weren't just any old mates Kahleesi, these mates attended the wedding of K&G. Now it could be an over zealous press but if you look at the actual wording it implies a direct quote.

Is there lots to look at in NZ. It was a hell of a campaign.

Some poor little girl was sighted twice (in the South Island) and her DNA produced to prove it wasn't Madeleine.

Just my opinion of course.
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On location in New Zealand...

Post by missbeetle on 06.01.15 7:14

Snipped from a post by Aquila upthread :

It is my understanding that Kate worked here as a doctor in Wellington, in the 1990s.

This belief - and I offer it in all sincerity - was earned through an overheard conversation -

- at a party in Auckland in late 2007 - years before I took any notice of this case.

A friend of a friend of a friend once worked with Kate McCann...

...that's all I know - and it's enough for me to believe it.


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A Napier Connection...

Post by missbeetle on 07.01.15 8:56

Napier Public Hospital closed in 1997, and services transferred 20km away -

- to be amalgamated with Hastings Hospital, becoming the wonderfully named :

(and much more useful than an obelisk statue)

Hawke's Bay Fallen Soldiers Memorial Hospital.


Some other friends the McCanns made in Napier, were the Evanses -

- Dr Steve, and nurse Lottie, resident in Guernsey, Channel Islands :


Steve, a consultant at the Medical Specialist Group, and Gerry, also a doctor, have been friends since they first worked together in Napier, New Zealand.

Lottie, who is a nurse, had gone there with her husband and when Kate went over to work there as a doctor and met Gerry, the four became firm friends.

After their return, they kept in touch with the McCanns and their children, including twins Sean and Amelie, who first came to Guernsey when they were four months old in 2005. Madeleine is said to have particularly loved the beach at Vazon.

(snipped from ThisIsGuernsey, 20th June 2007, with thanks to Pamalam)


Dr Evans also worked at Glenfield and Leicester General Hospitals :


(snipped from debretts.com)



He's also another keen runner - runs marathons to raise money for charity.





I'd be interested in Hobs's take on this statement by his wife, though :



(snipped from previous ThisIsGuernsey article)



I think both Steve and I try not to think too much about Madeleine because it doesn’t bear thinking about. We are trying to think about Gerry and Kate instead.





Something to think about, anyway.

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Post by PeterMac on 07.01.15 9:49

According to the book she started in Auckland
"I was called to the phone one day at work and found myself being offered a job by a neo-natal consultant in Auckland. I said yes."
"Gerry arrived in the country two months after I did but he wasn’t exactly round the corner. His post, in general medicine and cardiology, was in Napier – a flight or over five hours by road from Auckland. "


and then moved to Wellington
"After my stint at the neo-natal unit, I took a six-month job in O&G in Wellington (which is about the same distance from Napier as Auckland). "
"We were in New Zealand for a year altogether."

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