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70 Questions AND still more reasons why there should be a full public enquiry into all aspects of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann

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70 Questions AND still more reasons why there should be a full public enquiry into all aspects of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann

Post by Tony Bennett on 24.09.10 22:22

The Madeleine Foundation has for a long time argued that there should be a full public enquiry into all the circumstances surounding the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

We may in due course be submitting a formal demand for this to the relevant government departments, and clearly we already have in mind a good number of reasons why the government should open such an enquiry.

But you may also have reasons why there should be a public enquiry.

So I am opening a thread in which I'd invite you to give reasons, in one sentence, why there should be a full public enquiry into all apsects of the disappeareance of Madeleine McCann.

I'll start off...

1. Because there is concern at how the public's donations were used to pay for the services of a controversial private detective agency, Metodo 3, and a suspected serial fraudster and con-man, Kevin Halligen.
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Post by Cherry on 24.09.10 22:25

2. Because of the Gaspar statements concerning David Payne and Gerry Mccann
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Post by littlepixie on 24.09.10 22:33

3. It concerns me that the "goal-posts" on this fund have been moved more than once resulting in the McCanns paying their mortgage from it and then becoming directors themselves. Also that the McCanns have never once, in all their television interviews to solicit money, admitted on camera that this fund is not a charity or made it perfectly clear to the public what they are actually donating for.
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Re: 70 Questions AND still more reasons why there should be a full public enquiry into all aspects of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann

Post by Tony Bennett on 25.09.10 0:30

4. Why was it necessary for the Director of the government's Media Monitoring Unit to be sent out to Portugal in mid-May 2007 and stay on the case until today?
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Post by Autumn on 25.09.10 0:53

5. The McCanns have never once asked for the investigation into the case to be re-opened despite stating publicly that it their intention to do so.

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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 6:45

6. Because the dogs markings had to be explained and accounted for.
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 7:05

7. Kate mccann's story of the 6-corpse cadaverine fragranted pants needs to be authenticated as true and correct.
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 7:06

8. To find out if true, why did Gordon Brown make it his point to ensure that Goncalo Amaral was removed from the investigation?
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 7:09

9. To determine why there was a delay by 6 months of the Gaspars Statements to the PJ.
Who in LP authorised the postponement?
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 7:10

10. Was there a court injunction against the publication of the released dvd files?
If not, why was the McCanns allowed to rule the press and allowed to suppress publications of them?
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 7:13

11. What is the exact role of BK?
Purely supporter? If so, why was he permitted to interfere with investigations vis-a vis PIs hire and meeting with witnesses?

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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 7:19

12A. Did Clarence Mitchell overstep the boundary as McCanns media controller?

12B. Did he abuse and exploit his position using media/press as damage limitation control for the McCanns?
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 7:21

13A. Why did mccanns and some friends refer to Maddie in the past tense au debut?

13B. Who schooled them to reverse that later?
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 7:24

14. Most importantly, why did Kate Mccann refuse to answer 48 simple questions (bearing one) posed to her by investigators?
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Post by Guest on 25.09.10 9:16

15. Why were the Tapas 7 allowed to read their partners statements, before making theirs?
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 12:44

16. Why is the fund still linked to the LP website?
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Post by hentie on 25.09.10 16:20

17. Three children under 4 left on their own. Madeleine reported as missing/abducted.
How can the fate of a child be allowed to go unanswered when so many aspects of the investigation weren't followed through or complied with due to of lack of co-operation by her parents, who were responsible for her welfare, and the rest of the group on that holiday.
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Post by hentie on 25.09.10 16:46

18. Why was the fund, for some time, referred to as a charity? There has never been a full and well broadcasted explanation given for the change, as far as I am aware.

Certainly a large sum of money must have been raised on that premiss.
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Re: 70 Questions AND still more reasons why there should be a full public enquiry into all aspects of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann

Post by Tony Bennett on 25.09.10 16:58

Thanks very much for an excellent set of responses to date.

Let us keep it going...

19. Were the Home Office guilty of undue delay in dealing with the Portuguese Police's request for rogatory interviews?

20. Was it reasonable of the Home Office to deny the Portuguese Police access to Madeleine's medical records?

21. Did Gordon Brown visit (a) the Forensic Science Service in Birmingham and (b) Leicestershire Police Headquarters and on each occasion was the Madeleine McCann case discussed and with whom?

22. Was the relationship between Detective Superintendent Stuart Prior and the 'Tapas 9' far too 'matey'?
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Post by Cherry on 25.09.10 17:08

23. The story given out about the large billboard was allegedly untrue, it has been alleged I believe it was arranged by John Mccann - was this true?
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Post by Cherry on 25.09.10 17:09

24. Why was someone who was a suspect in an investigation i.e. Gerry Mccann - invited to the Police Conference?

25. Why were the public told to contact the Mccanns private investigators instead of going directly to the Police?

26. It was alleged that the Helpline number set up by the Mccanns was not being answered. why would that be if they were desperate to receive information.
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Post by hentie on 25.09.10 17:24

Why the lack of news coverage?

Apart from news that "favours" the abduction theory, there is none that attempts to cover the many discrepances or answer the many questions that have come to the fore because of the McC's own actions.
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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 17:31

29, Why was gerry mccann adamant she was taken by paedophile? Did he have proof of it?


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Post by aiyoyo on 25.09.10 17:35

30. Apart from the search, what else was the Fund used for?
Was it used to pay legal costs to defend the mccanns reputation?
Was it also used to pay image consultant?

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