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Elasticated hair band was found outside behind the south (parents) bedroom.

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Elasticated hair band was found outside behind the south (parents) bedroom.

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 17.04.16 7:20

Am moving this post by NickE to this section as the other thread went off topic and it's associated with the Last Photo debate:


@NickE wrote:Elasticated hair band was found outside,behind the south bedroom,Keela alerted outside parent's bedroom,it´s the same place.
Martin Grimes:
"Living room, behind sofa. 
Veranda outside parent's bedroom. 
Garden area directly under veranda. 
My observation of the dog's behaviour in this instance was that the dog's" 

NUIPC: 201/07.0 Galgs, Section: 4th Brigade. Inspector Joao Carlos
The undersigned officer remits the following articles to the PJ:
Portimao 14 December 2007
To be Deposited:
1. An envelope containing one elastic band made of synthetic material, used to tie hair.


Handwritten note says:

"On 9th May 2007 at 06.00 a police officer from Aljezur found (at the back of Maddie’s parents bedroom) an elastic hair band dropped on the floor". 



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Post by joyce1938 on 17.04.16 11:56

I am thinking now that whatever caused Maddie's demise makes little difference. The parents' big problem was, and still is, why did the body have to disappear.  What evidence was on her, or done to her,  for such a big controversy to be needed.  joyce1938
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Post by MRNOODLES on 19.04.16 0:26

@joyce1938 wrote:I am thinking now that whatever caused Maddie's demise makes little difference. The parents' big problem was, and still is, why did the body have to disappear.  What evidence was on her, or done to her,  for such a big controversy to be needed.  joyce1938
Well, it would depend if it was an accident or not.
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Post by joyce1938 on 19.04.16 10:01

It might mean if she had post mortem what was there to be found.  Why would they not present the body, why did it need to disappear?  Something stinks and sadly we may never know.  joyce1938
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