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Post by Verdi on 17.09.17 21:24

Gerry McCann's arguido interview - 7th September 2007


--- When asked if in fact they went to the apartment every half hour, he says it is true, and that this was never created to justify absences during dinner.


Of course it's not known quite how the question was posed but on the surface this does seem rather a curious response.

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Re: 'QUOTE OF THE DAY'

Post by Verdi on 22.09.17 23:45

Do you think Madeleine's body was refrigerated?





Goncalo Amaral, former coordinator for the PJ

"Yes. The bodily fluid in the car shows that. If the body had been buried there would have been mummification. The fact that there were fluids points to refrigeration."

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Post by Verdi on 24.09.17 0:50

"Basically, I'm just an ordinary, straightforward guy who's the victim of the biggest f***-up on this planet - if you'll excuse the language,"

Robert Murat [circa. June 2007]

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Post by willowthewisp on 24.09.17 14:36

@Verdi wrote:"Basically, I'm just an ordinary, straightforward guy who's the victim of the biggest f***-up on this planet - if you'll excuse the language,"

Robert Murat [circa. June 2007]
Hi Verdi,so if we take the quote as stated,"Basically, I'm just an ordinary guy who's been the Victim of the biggest F**k Up on this planet"that Some one else/person's" have"F**ked Up on this planet" not him?
Is Robert stating,that what part he had undertaken, in what has happened to Madeleine McCann,that he had followed the laid out procedure?  Which could make him an accessory? 
The statement doesn't stand up,an Accident or something more serious?  
Due to the fact,he is not an Ordinary Guy,someone summoned him to travel to Portugal from England on the 30 April 2007,Fact, MI5? But for what reason to Cover something up!
What needs to be determined is,did RM have contact with anyone from the Tapas 7/9 between 30th April and the reported disappearance 3 May 2007?  
statements taken confirm that Russell O'Brien,Stephen Carpenter introduced Gerry to Robert on the 4th May 2007?
As if we take Sandra Feleguerse Video,Gerry McCann,"Did you Know Robert Murat before Madeleine's disappearance" I'm Not going to Comment on that,gulp,Fact? 
There must be some connection?
DNA samples found in an apartment owned by Robert's relatives that have a correlation between JT/RM, between 30 April 3 May 2007?
So,if there was No swinging events being participated in and JT/RM do not have any children,what is the explanation for this DNA being collated from the Everleighs Apartment,as they were not supposed to have met up?
JT is supposed to have identified Robert Murat as the Abductor,Leicestershire Police,Bob Small,so how do you distance yourself from possible connection to RM,accuse him of Abductor,No DNA evidence at the Crime scene?
Would this account for Kate's Statement,"They've Taken Her"?
Has this apartment been checked out by Police Sniffer Dogs for other evidence in May-June 2007?
Also didn't,Nuno Lourenco and his partner also have accommodation in an Everleigh's apartment,reported to Portugal PJ as a possible Abductor?
Time to Wake up Mr Rowley?

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Re: 'QUOTE OF THE DAY'

Post by Verdi on 17.10.17 12:54



"I have to say that I'm surprised that Kate and Gerry left their children at all. I have thought about it a lot because they are such caring parents and I think 'why?” - Susan Healy, the grandmother of Madeleine McCann told BBC Panorama.  She also accused again Portuguese police of planting evidence to incriminate the McCann in the disappearance of her daughter.

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Post by willowthewisp on 17.10.17 13:21

@Verdi wrote:





"I have to say that I'm surprised that Kate and Gerry left their children at all. I have thought about it a lot because they are such caring parents and I think 'why?” - Susan Healy, the grandmother of Madeleine McCann told BBC Panorama.  She also accused again Portuguese police of planting evidence to incriminate the McCann in the disappearance of her daughter.
So,here we have a contradiction,Mrs Healy,Kate's Mum above quote,not leaving the children alone at all?
Kate,Gerry,Police statements,children were left for periods between Parents and friends Checking on the children,with an exception of One person from the Tapas group,so why does that person need not to be mentioned?

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Post by Ellie on 24.10.17 13:24

How I agree with Roxyroo!  I would never have left my children at any age if they were ill. Especially if they might vomit.  People die of inhaling vomit!  Apart from that, the poor child would be feeling so miserable she would need comfort and loving care.  These selfish parents are more concerned with their tennis tournament or keeping trim running than spending valuable time with their children whom they hand over to strangers. We all say Doctors work so hard.  Well, surely, their holiday would be a very precious time to spend catching up with being with their children? Yet during the day they put them in a sort of toddler and baby dog-pound and at night they leave them in bed, the other side of a car park they find creepy, while they live it up drinking and dining.   I deplore them!  As for myself, two nights ago I stayed up to watch over my dog who was sick, and took her to the vet the next day, having not let her out of my sight (apart from my own visits to the bathroom).  These doctor parents do not love or care about their children as much as I care about my dog! This, to me, says everything about their morals and ability to look after children.
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Re: 'QUOTE OF THE DAY'

Post by Verdi on 28.10.17 21:14

The Truth of the Lie - Chapter 18

"We prefer not to discuss this with Stuart Prior: we have the impression that he is only here to accompany the McCanns’ interrogations and to prevent their detention. His concern on that subject is obvious."

Goncalo Amaral

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Re: 'QUOTE OF THE DAY'

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 03.11.17 11:54

Gonçalo Amaral

The criminal law does not protect children, they are being left to sleep alone, while the parents get drunk at social gatherings, falling from windows and balconies like ripe fruit, or drying inside vehicles without the according penal sanction occurring.

When the main source of risk and danger is inside the home or the family, the law seems to forget a fundamental right of the child: security.

The UN Declaration on Children's Rights [see below*] is clear: "The child should grow supported by parents and under their responsibility, in an environment of affection and security."

The crime of abandonment or exposure is inadequate*, one should criminalize the mere negligence in custody in order to recognize and safeguard the children's right to safety.

Then, there would be no more doubts about the scope of the application of the criminal law, thus preventing relaxed tourists from abandoning our country, without any consequences, after neglecting the custody of their children, night after night, and now walking freely around the media stages.

Source: Correio da Manhã


* in Declaration of the Rights of the Child Principle 6

The child, for the full and harmonious development of his personality, needs love and understanding. He shall, wherever possible, grow up in the care and under the responsibility of his parents, and, in any case, in an atmosphere of affection and of moral and material security; a child of tender years shall not, save in exceptional circumstances, be separated from his mother. Society and the public authorities shall have the duty to extend particular care to children without a family and to those without adequate means of support. Payment of State and other assistance towards the maintenance of children of large families is desirable.

* Gonçalo Amaral refers to Article 138 of the Portuguese Penal Code, which covers the crimes of exposure or abandonment. Portuguese law only punishes exposure or abandonment if intent exists, i.e. it has to be proved that the caretaker was aware of the danger that the person under his/her vigilance was subject to. In practical terms, this annihilates any possibility of a criminal accusation when ‘simple’ neglect takes place.
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Post by Verdi on 24.11.17 12:08

'The night she went missing there was about 20 seconds of disbelief where I thought 'that can't be right'. I was checking for her. Then there was panic and fear. That was the first thing that hit. I was screaming her name. I ran to the group. Everyone was the same. It was just total fear. I never thought for one second that she'd walked out. I knew someone had been in the apartment because of the way it had been left. But I knew she wouldn't do that anyway. There wasn't a shadow of a doubt in my mind she'd been taken....'

Kate McCann

The Independent - 5th August 2007

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Post by Verdi on 03.12.17 21:28

Kate McCann wrote:The decision to publish this book has been very difficult, and taken with heavy hearts. Before making up our minds to tell our story, my husband Gerry and I have had to give very careful consideration to a number of issues, not least its impact on the lives of our three children.

My reason for writing it is simple: to give an account of the truth. It has always been my intention to set down a complete record of what happened to our family, for our children, Madeleine, Sean and Amelie, so that, when they are ready, the facts will be there for them to read. I wanted to make sure they would always have access to a written chronicle of what really happened, no matter how many years have passed. They have already been through too much, and there will be further challenges ahead. Understanding our ordeal will give them the best chance of dealing with whatever life throws at them.

Choosing to share this personal account with the world has been much harder. Of course we want the truth to be told. For the past four years it has been excruciating to stand by as all kinds of tales have circulated about Madeleine’s disappearance and about Gerry, me and our family. The press have published a mountain of stories, often without knowing, and perhaps caring, whether or not there was any substance to them, causing great distress to our family and, more importantly, hindering the search for Madeleine. Others have seized the opportunity to profit from our agony by writing books about our daughter, several of them claiming to reveal ‘what really happened’. Which is extraordinary, given that the only person who knows this is the person who abducted her on 3 May 2007. Many of these authors have no first-hand knowledge of the case and have based their theories on the half-truths, speculation and full-blown lies appearing in the media and on the internet.

Déjà vu?

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