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'SUMMONS' magazine found in the boot of the McCann's hire car

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'SUMMONS' magazine found in the boot of the McCann's hire car

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 18.05.17 9:19








Copy of the Lancet or the BMJ perhaps, but why this ?
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 18.05.17 10:02

With all the other books found in the McCann's apartment it's no wonder Gerry said "F*ck off, I'm not here to enjoy myself."












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Post by Nina on 18.05.17 10:14

Yes indeed Get'em. 
Wasn't one of the other tapas doctors under investigation though for medical negligence ? Maybe he had it with him whilst on the weeks holiday and loaned it to Gerry.

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Post by Phoebe on 18.05.17 10:20

Wasn't Matthew Oldfield the subject of a malpractice claim brought by the family of a deceased man whom he had treated? Maybe he had it with him and passed it on. Ironically, "The Interpretation Of Murder" is a fictional investigation wherein Sigmund Freud helps crack the case.
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Post by Verdi on 18.05.17 11:59

@Phoebe wrote: Ironically, "The Interpretation Of Murder" is a fictional investigation wherein Sigmund Freud helps crack the case.
Along side his partner in crime and fellow psychoanalyst, Carl Jung.  Bit like Tintin and his faithful side-kick Snowy.

Maybe Clement 'pour me a drink' Freud loaned Gerry the book.

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