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The Possible Dry Run By The Alleged Abductor That Possibly Caused The Alleged Crying Incident.

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Post by Roxyroo on 10.09.16 11:16

Or the missing toothbrushes were used to clean the tiles? big grin

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Re: The Possible Dry Run By The Alleged Abductor That Possibly Caused The Alleged Crying Incident.

Post by Doug D on 10.09.16 11:42

I know this printout for the PJ is dated 8th May and room allocations could have been changed, but a room swap between families probably wouldn’t even have been recorded by the OC and I think we are trying to create something that didn’t happen.
 
The Paynes are clearly allocated 5H & the Mc’s 5A.
 

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Post by willowthewisp on 10.09.16 14:25

Hi DougD,thanks for the print out of the apartments allocation sheet for Ocean Club,not trying to create something that didn't happen,but one of the Tapas group did describe a different lay out of the suggested apartment person's were stopping in!
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Re: The Possible Dry Run By The Alleged Abductor That Possibly Caused The Alleged Crying Incident.

Post by Verdi on 10.09.16 20:19

Where does Pamela Fenn and the cleaner that serviced apartment 5a fit in with all this?

ETA:

Witness statement Maria Julia Serafim da Silva  -  5As cleaner
Date/Time: 2007/05/07 16H45
Cleaner.  Portuguese

She remembers that when she entered Apartment A on the Wednesday, the parents were inside. After being duly authorized, she entered and carried out her work, because they were already on their way out. While she was in the apartment, there were no children there, and she supposed that they were in the creche. While performing her work, she remembers having noticed that the couple was sleeping in the room located opposite the entrance, where she confirmed the presence of a child's bed (crib). The room gives onto an outdoor garden by means of a terrace, as it is on the ground floor,. In the room next to the entrance to the apartment there was a bed placed next to the wall (where she supposed the missing child slept), and also the second child's bed (crib). All these beds were untidy at the time, meaning that they had been used. She also declares that in the room next to the entrance was another bed that had not been used.

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Post by HelenMeg on 12.09.16 18:37

and where do this pair fit in?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-504950/British-witnesses-We-saw-blond-men-balcony-Madeleine-apartment.html

the UK british sisters who were alsao holidaying there... sorry this may be the wrong thread to insert this..

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Post by Verdi on 12.09.16 19:30

@HelenMeg wrote:and where do this pair fit in?

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-504950/British-witnesses-We-saw-blond-men-balcony-Madeleine-apartment.html

the UK british sisters who were alsao holidaying there... sorry this may be the wrong thread to insert this..
The sisters Jayne Jenson and Annie Wiltshire allegedly made a number of claims according to the Portuguese and UK press, in and around December 2007 - whether or not this has any connection with the blitz of reporting at that time, including Bridgette O'Donnell's article published by the Guardian, is a matter of conjecture.

One of the reported claims made by the sisters was that they saw Robert Murat lurking around apartment block 5 on the night of 3rd May 2007.  That evening, according to Neil Berry's witness statement, he Balu and the two sisters were drinking for a while at the Tapas bar.  Despite reports to the contrary, the sisters were not formally interviewed by the PJ - at least if they were the statements aren't included in the PJ files to my knowledge.

Personally I don't believe a word of it but I could well be wrong.  Another instance they allegedly reported that they passed on the information they had to Leicester police but after seeing appeals by the McCanns, they decided to get in direct contact with Metodo3 - all sounds a bit suspect to me.

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Post by second-guessed on 10.01.17 2:06

"a child crying for 75 minutes on Tuesday May 1st calling for “daddy”."  This has always irked me.  Doesn't a child alone usually cry for Mummy?  I could be wrong but it seems that the interpretation of "...calling for  'daddy'" is an assumption; an  interpretation without evidence.  


What if the child were not 'calling for' but pleading with? What caused 75 minutes of crying?


Secondly, "Searches made of the local section of child abuse investigation shows a registration number 19309 in CATS (system of action location). A consultation with the DC Soand from the department in question confirms that this is just a file reference, but as a complement to Operation Task system for the purpose of reference, if any investigation should be necessary by the department. No work has been done on the basis of this file." A CATS number is inconclusive on its own.  Within the context of what has happened it gains greater credibility as to what may have happened to Madeleine.



Thirdly, Kate wrote, "I asked Gerry apprehensively if he'd had any really horrible thoughts or visions of Madeleine. He nodded. Haltingly, I told him about the awful pictures that scrolled through my head of her body, her perfect little genitals torn apart". Kate herself raises this possibility. What was in her mind that this possibility should occur?


I began as a naysayer. At the other end of the scale have little confidence in 'the authorities' to hold out for truth and justice. (Witness the Jeremy Bamber Case.) In the middle, among the details, there are no satisfactory answers.  That says it all.
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Re: The Possible Dry Run By The Alleged Abductor That Possibly Caused The Alleged Crying Incident.

Post by Tony Bennett on 10.01.17 7:49

@second-guessed wrote:"a child crying for 75 minutes on Tuesday May 1st calling for “daddy”."  This has always irked me.  Doesn't a child alone usually cry for Mummy?  I could be wrong but it seems that the interpretation of "...calling for  'daddy'" is an assumption; an  interpretation without evidence.  

What if the child were not 'calling for' but pleading with? What caused 75 minutes of crying?
I do not accept that there ever was a 'crying incidnet' on 1 May, or indeed any other time.

In a long article I have set out ten reasons for thinking that Mrs Fenn's statement was fabricated:
https://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t11939-10-reasons-which-suggest-that-pamela-fenn-did-not-hear-any-child-crying-on-tuesday-1-may-2007
 
There is no evidence that Mrs Fenn ever mentioned any 'crying incident' to te police unti 20 August 2007, a whole 111 days after she was supposed to have heard it. Moreover, what she was going to tell the police about the crying incident was fully trailed in advance by several British newsapers, in artcles clearly maiufactured by Clarence Mitchell.

There are two other 'Mrs Fenn' threads on the subject of the alleged 'crying incident' (type FENN into the search bar) and the weird alleged burglary she claims to have experienced a week, or two, or three, or more, before the McCanns' holiday.

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Post by second-guessed on 10.01.17 8:37

Aha, more twists and turns in this terrible case.  Thank you for bringing this aspect of it to my attention.  

Yes, I was never sold on the burglary story, nor of Mrs Fenn’s narrative of grasping him by the ankle.

As I said in my Introduction remarks, I am relatively new to this subject although I kept an eye on it over the years.  This Mrs Fenn report has it seems, according to you and others, wormed its way into the narrative from somewhere.  Clarence Mitchell.  For me, that is most telling of all.  We tend to get stuck into the minutiae without keeping the bigger picture in mind. Madeleine's death occurs in a bigger picture consisting of too many bigwigs and too much power. So even the alleged Mrs Fenn narrative points back to senior organisational involvement.

Another important point for me, is how damaging it is to get close to the truth - or at least to the pertinent questions.  The old question of why parents would either attack or be indifferent to helpful remarks is also very telling.  

Biggest of all, 

"It is therefore obvious that the British government was very actively involved in this investigation, from the start, and at the very highest levels of government. Other citizens of the U.K., or indeed of other countries, whose child goes missing in mysterious circumstances, have nothing like the same level of involvement from their government. In addition, the British government has been evasive about its role, which has surely been not about finding Madeleine but much more about protecting the McCanns and their ‘Tapas 9’ friends.” 
Tony Bennett http://www.cwporter.com/mccann.htm

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