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Mirror, window of opportunity

Post by Phoebe on 27.04.17 0:54

The window of opportunity is opening ever wider for the uninformed! From Mirror online this evening.


3. Exactly when was Maddie taken?

The window of opportunity which allowed Maddie to seemingly vanish into thin air came between 8.30pm and 11.30pm.
Scotland Yard believes Maddie was taken moments before, (ten pm check) but a much longer window of opportunity remains.A slow police response which saw officers take more than an hour to reach the apartment complex then fail to notify border police or seal off a crime scene also widened the window which allowed Maddie to disappear.
Roadblocks were not put in place until 10am the next day, Spanish border patrols - less than three hours' drive away also weren't informed until the next morning.   
By this time, any abductor had been given ample time to flee.
Gutter press!  aaagh
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Re: Mirror, window of opportunity

Post by skyrocket on 27.04.17 6:46

@Phoebe - Interesting sentence about GM included after the 'window of opportunity' line! Particularly as they have included the photofit of Smithman directly above this section.

3. Exactly when was Maddie taken?

The window of opportunity which allowed Maddie to seemingly vanish into thin air came between 8.30pm and 11.30pm.
Gerry McCann went to check on Madeleine at around 9.05pm.


What the Mirror has written directly implicates Gerry!!! Is this intentional, or just an indication of their complete lack of understanding of what they are writing (and let's face it, their IQ's)???



Made me laugh at 6.30am in the morning, so can't be a bad thing!
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Post by Phoebe on 27.04.17 9:50

@skyrocket wrote:@Phoebe - Interesting sentence about GM included after the 'window of opportunity' line! Particularly as they have included the photofit of Smithman directly above this section.

3. Exactly when was Maddie taken?



The window of opportunity which allowed Maddie to seemingly vanish into thin air came between 8.30pm and 11.30pm.
Gerry McCann went to check on Madeleine at around 9.05pm.


What the Mirror has written directly implicates Gerry!!! Is this intentional, or just an indication of their complete lack of understanding of what they are writing (and let's face it, their IQ's)???



Made me laugh at 6.30am in the morning, so can't be a bad thing!
Agreed. Is someone taking the P? They also only produced one of the "Podesta" efits, the one that looks most like Gerry. Is there a gremlin at work in the Mirror or are they just thick? According to the article the "window" continues to exist AFTER Kate notices Maddie gone. Could anyone really be that stupid?
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Re: Mirror, window of opportunity

Post by MRNOODLES on 27.04.17 10:08

Got it! The penny's dropped! It's the new line of investigation.

The Alcatraz theory


Gypsies stole MM just after they went for dinner. Replaced MM with a dummy and left a seabass behind the sofa.  Then 90mins later another gypsy came back picked up the dummy and seabass, left through the window, ran around to the front. Just in time for JT to spot them walk past. And the reason crechman-gypsy was walking funny. Is because the dummy stuck of fish.
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Post by Lord Sleuth on 27.04.17 13:39

@MRNOODLES wrote:Got it! The penny's dropped! It's the new line of investigation.

The Alcatraz theory


Gypsies stole MM just after they went for dinner. Replaced MM with a dummy and left a seabass behind the sofa.  Then 90mins later another gypsy came back picked up the dummy and seabass, left through the window, ran around to the front. Just in time for JT to spot them walk past. And the reason crechman-gypsy was walking funny. Is because the dummy stuck of fish.
Precisely what time did they enter the water in the raincoat raft?
No forget it, the whole thing would be funny if the subject wasnt so damn serious.
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Post by suespeaking on 27.04.17 16:23

The window of opportunity (if indeed we believe the abduction theory) began when the parents left 3 tiny children alone in the apartment to go out to dinner with their friends.

Innocent, my butt they are responsible for whatever happened to Maddie
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