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Post by suespeaking on 09.09.17 23:10

@Verdi wrote:Maybe they weren't asked sarcastic .
 Maybe Kate refused to answer!!!!

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Post by Verdi on 09.09.17 23:19

@suespeaking wrote:
@Verdi wrote:Maybe they weren't asked sarcastic .
 Maybe Kate refused to answer!!!!

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Post by sandancer on 09.09.17 23:24

Anyone taking bets on which " key figures and investigators " they might be using ? 

Will the " usual suspects " be giving them their " tuppence worth ?"

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Post by Verdi on 10.09.17 0:05

Well it won't be Metodo3 because they're all in the nick.  It won't be Oakley International because one is in the nick and the other is in disgrace.  It won't be Cowley and Edgar because one is off the planet and the other is in a hellish lair on the Algarve.  It won't be Operation Grange because they're err erm hmmmm eeeek ....



Key figures?  Otherwise engaged ....

The usual suspects are giving them their 'few millions worth' .

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Post by sallypelt on 10.09.17 10:02

@Verdi wrote:Well it won't be Metodo3 because they're all in the nick.  It won't be Oakley International because one is in the nick and the other is in disgrace.  It won't be Cowley and Edgar because one is off the planet and the other is in a hellish lair on the Algarve.  It won't be Operation Grange because they're err erm hmmmm eeeek ....



Key figures?  Otherwise engaged ....

The usual suspects are giving them their 'few millions worth' .
Could  Bell Pottinger come to their rescue in some shape or form?..........oh, wait..............

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Post by nglfi on 10.09.17 10:50

Two things stood out to me in that article. Firstly that it stated the McCanns have lodged the appeal to prevent Amaral being able to sue them. So, a quite clear delaying tactic.
Secondly, the quote from the Fiona Bruce interview where Gerry admits that when they started the legal action 8 years ago, they believed that Amaral was harming the search for Madeleine. He said circumstances were very different then, admitting that Amaral is no longer harming the search. Why then continue with this action? Because they do not want to pay court costs and want to delay the possibility of being sued themselves.
So again, all about them. Nothing to do with Madeleine really.

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Post by Verdi on 10.09.17 12:25

@sallypelt wrote:
Could  Bell Pottinger come to their rescue in some shape or form?..........oh, wait..............

Methinks the McCanns exceeded their 'reputation management' sell by date a very very long time ago.  Still never know, Netflix could restore them to their former glory and even catch a few sprats in the process big grin

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Post by MayMuse on 10.09.17 12:42

@nglfi wrote:Two things stood out to me in that article. Firstly that it stated the McCanns have lodged the appeal to prevent Amaral being able to sue them. So, a quite clear delaying tactic.
Secondly, the quote from the Fiona Bruce interview where Gerry admits that when they started the legal action 8 years ago, they believed that Amaral was harming the search for Madeleine. He said circumstances were very different then, admitting that Amaral is no longer harming the search. Why then continue with this action? Because they do not want to pay court costs and want to delay the possibility of being sued themselves.
So again, all about them. Nothing to do with Madeleine really.
Delaying tactic? ....most probably......but are these not two separate "entities" ? 

Why and how are the MCCanns allowed to continue in this vein ( ECHR) without first finalising costs in the Amaral case? 

And who exactly is paying for all this legal representation....the fund which was to search for Madeleine? 

Gone, never forgotten but in my opinion is used in the most obscene way; has she not paid the "highest price" already ?

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Post by sharonl on 23.09.17 16:03

Seems we have yet another junior Journo who hasn't done her homework.  Surely they know by now that the McCanns have not been cleared.


A Decade Later, Madeleine McCann's Disappearance Is Still Very Much a Mystery




22 September, 2017 by Kelsey Garcia










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Netflix recently announced that it would be developing a true-crime documentary series about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann. Over a decade ago — on May 3, 2007 — the 3-year-old girl suddenly disappeared from the apartment her family was staying in while on holiday in Praia da Luz, Portugal. The tragic incident received global attention. Though several leads and theories emerged, the case remains unsolved. Netflix will likely present new findings and revealing interviews with its documentary series, but if you're not familiar with the story at all, here's an overview of the facts you need to know. 



The Trip


On April 28, 2007, Kate and Gerry McCann left the UK with their daughter Madeleine and 2-year-old twins. In Praia da Luz, the family was staying at a ground-floor apartment located in a large resort they found through a travel agency. The apartment was owned by a retired teacher from Liverpool.

Though they had their own private apartment, the McCann family was holidaying with a group of seven friends, as well as their respective children. The group consisted of Matthew and Rachael Oldfield; Jane Tanner and her partner, Russell O'Brien; Fiona and David Payne; and Fiona's mother, Dianne Webster. Throughout the trip, they would all often put their little ones to bed before meeting for food and drinks in the resort's tapas restaurant. As a result, the media later referred to the group of the adults as the Tapas Seven.



The Disappearance


In retrospect, Kate and Gerry noticed some strange occurrences on the morning of Madeleine's disappearance. As they ate breakfast on May 3, Madeleine asked her parents, "Why didn't you come when we [Madeleine and her brother] were crying last night?" The parents later thought it was strange and wondered what led to them both crying. After a day at the pool, the family returned to the apartment and the children went to sleep around 7 p.m. Madeleine was last seen wearing pink-and-white Eeyore pajamas.

An hour later, Kate and Gerry left the apartment to meet with the Tapas Seven at their usual spot a short distance away. Though they locked the front door of the apartment, they left the sliding patio door unlocked so that they could easily stop by and check on the children every half hour throughout the course of the evening. From the restaurant, the apartment was only slightly visible.

A little after 9 p.m., Gerry stopped by the apartment to check on the children and found them all safe and asleep. Gerry did notice something a little off: when he had left the apartment for dinner earlier, he closed the door to the children's bedroom. Now, it was slightly open. He closed the door once again and returned to the restaurant.



As Gerry made his way back, Jane Tanner went to go check on her own daughter and allegedly passed by Gerry speaking with an acquaintance on the way back. Another half hour later, Kate was about to do another check when Matthew Oldfield offered to stop by the McCann apartment before checking on his own children next door. When he got there, he noticed that the children's bedroom door was open. Unfortunately, he didn't look too thoroughly inside the room and has claimed that nothing seemed amiss.



At 10 p.m., Kate decided to do the next check herself. She entered through the sliding patio door and saw that the children's bedroom was open. The door then reportedly slammed shut due to a draft. As she entered the room, she noticed that the bedroom window was also open and Madeleine was gone. She ran to the restaurant screaming, "Madeleine's gone! Someone's taken her!" Gerry instructed Matthew to call the police, which he did from the reception desk. The resort's staff and many guests then began searching for Madeleine.



The Aftermath


Following Madeleine's disappearance, several leads emerged. In one claim that has since been largely disputed, Jane said she saw a man carrying a child when she went to go check up on the children. She later reported this sighting and provided a description of the man. Investigators later concluded that it was a fellow British holidayer who was returning to his apartment with his own daughter.

Another man was reportedly seen carrying a child that night. A couple staying at the resort, Martin and Mary Smith, said they saw a man walking away from the resort and toward the beach around the same time Madeleine is believe to have been kidnapped. They said he looked uncomfortable holding the child. Though police sketches were drafted, that man has never been located.

One theory claimed that the McCanns and the Tapas Seven were responsible. At a press conference, a journalist asked Madeleine's parents if they were somehow involved, sparking media outlets throughout Europe to pick up that theory. To look into that possibility, the police brought in two sniffing dogs — one of which was trained to detect human blood and the other, human cadavers. Both dogs alerted officers to areas in the McCanns' apartment and car. Officers then collected hair and fibre samples from the car. It was later leaked to the press that a clump of hair found in the car matched Madeleine's DNA. After some internal shuffling within the local police unit, however, Madeleine's parents were cleared as suspects and the evidence was deemed unsubstantial.



Though investigators and the general public have never stopped searching for answers, Madeleine's disappearance is still a mystery. Though some investigators believe she was kidnapped by human traffickers, no considerable breakthroughs have been made. Everyone still emotionally invested in the case, however, is hoping that the upcoming documentary will be able to provide some answers.

Read more at https://www.popsugar.com.au/celebrity/Madeleine-McCann-Disappearance-True-Story-44058683#2WSH5CYCOUFXR7d2.99

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Post by sharonl on 01.03.18 15:02

Sky brings Netflix on board
By Chris Johnston Business reporter, BBC News




Bright is one of the Netflix shows that will be available to Sky Q subscribers

Sky will make Netflix available through its latest box in an attempt to tackle the threat posed by the popular streaming service.
The satellite broadcaster will allow viewers to watch Netflix shows on its Sky Q platform later this year.


Customers will pay for Netflix as part of their Sky bill, although prices have not yet been announced.


Sky said the move would make the entertainment experience "easier and simpler" for customers.

Reed Hastings, Netflix chief executive, said the partnership would allow Sky subscribers to seamlessly access the best entertainment in one place.



The streaming service's mix of original drama, films and other programming has proved popular globally, with subscriber numbers reaching nearly 118 million at the end of 2017. 
                          
While pay-TV rival Virgin Media has offered Netflix to its customers for some time, Sky has regarded it as an "existential threat to its service", said Tom Harrington, an analyst at Enders.

"It has inconvenienced its subscribers, who are more likely to have Netflix than those without pay-TV, because it has believed that its content was strong and exclusive enough to justify operating a walled garden," he said.


"It seems as if that confidence has subsided and bringing a competitor on board - one that could potentially satisfy Sky's subscribers for a much lower price - is a risky move that cannot now be backed away from, but at least is a sure source of shared revenues."


The deal comes as US media giant Comcast threatens to derail Rupert Murdoch's attempt to take full control of Sky.

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Post by Verdi on 01.03.18 15:57

O goody, Sky - so the long awaited Netflix Madeleine McCann Investigation documentary is a done deal.

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Post by Mark Willis on 01.03.18 16:30

@Verdi wrote:O goody, Sky - so the long awaited Netflix Madeleine McCann Investigation documentary is a done deal.

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Yes, Mr Verdi, I know how you and I have long awaited this 8 part epic, and I have a scoop on the writers:
Slummers & Swamp, Jim Grumble, Lorraine's sofa, Brunt, Mitchell, Leics Police, Rowley and Gurney...
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 01.03.18 17:28

What about Sonia and Colin?
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Post by sharonl on 01.03.18 19:11

Earlier this week, members of CMOMM sent this letter to Pulse Film’s Non-Scripted Television Managing Director

 

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27 February 2018

 

ATTN EMMA COOPER, MANAGING DIRECTOR, NON-SCRIPTED TELEVISION, PULSE FILMS

 

Dear Emma Cooper.

 

We refer our recent 'phone call about the Madeleine McCann documentary you are helping to make.  

 

We read this on the internet a few months back:

 

"The eight-part true-crime series is being made in association with Viacom-owned Hollywood studio Paramount Television. It aims to shine a light on the three-year-old’s disappearance in 2007, and will include interviews with key figures and investigators. Pulse managing director of non-scripted television Emma Cooper is exec producing the project. The Vice-owned indie declined to comment".


As you will know, the disappearance of Madeleine McCann remains an abiding mystery. There have been several TV documentaries on the case, but none of them seems to have got anywhere near solving this deep mystery.



The Portuguese Police investigation co-ordinator, Goncalo Amaral, and his team  concluded, from the evidence, that Madeleine had died in her parents' holiday apartment
and that they had conspired to hide her body and perform what has been described as a 'hoax abduction' scenario. The evidence provided by internationally-respected top sniffer dog handler, Martin Grime, was a major part of that evidence, as in his report Grime claimed that his two cadaver dogs had detected the 'smell of death' in no fewer than 17 locations in Praia da Luz associated with the McCanns. 


We have seen reports on the internet that members of your team, as part of their researches, have been to Praia da Luz and spoken to Sergey Malinka, a close friend of the first suspect in the case, Robert Murat, and to David Jones, a local businessman and a long-time friend of Malinka, and probably Robert Murat as well. At the time Netflix researchers were said to be talking to them, both Jones and Malinka had embarked on a strange project to raise funds for a book Malinka was supposed to be writing about his life story and his involvement in the Madeleine McCann case, called: 'Collateral Damage'. Malinka made two professional videos in support of this project and David Jones also appeared in a video.



This project had all the hallmarks of a scam. Nothing appears to have come of it.


We would suggest from our knowledge of the case that you are most unlikely to get any information worth having about the Madeleine McCann case from either Malinka or Jones.

 

We hope, however, that in making your film, you and your fellow researchers will contact the following people, in order to see what they say and what evidence they have:


1 Goncalo Amaral, the Portuguese Police investigation co-ordinator into Madeleine’s reported disappearance


2 Paulo Reis, a Portuguese journalist who has researched the Madeleine McCann case intensively for 10 years,

3 Peter MacLeod, a retired, ex-pat former Superintendent with Nottingham Police, now living in Spain, whose free e-book on the case can viewed here and elsewhere: http://whatreallyhappenedtomadeleinemccann.blogspot.co.uk/  and

4 Richard D Hall, a film- and documentary-maker whose work on the case over the past four years has resulted in 17 hours of fact-filled documentaries about Madeleine McCann, all now on YouTube, where they have attracted over 20 million views to date. Over 100 people have uploaded their own copies of his films to YouTube. They are impactful. 


If the public is to get the fullest possible hard information on the case in your 8-part series, in our judgment your researchers should be talking in depth to each of them, if you have not already done so, and be using the very best of the material each of them has to offer.



We have all their contact details if you need them.



Yours sincerely



(names withheld) 

 

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No reply has yet been received from Emma Cooper   

Should anyone else wish to contact Emma with factual information that you feel should be addressed in order to give the public a fair view of what may have happened to Madeleine, her e-mail address is info@pulsefilms.co.uk  

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Post by Verdi on 01.03.18 21:43

@Mark Willis wrote:
@Verdi wrote:O goody, Sky - so the long awaited Netflix Madeleine McCann Investigation documentary is a done deal.

waiting
Yes, Mr Verdi, I know how you and I have long awaited this 8 part epic, and I have a scoop on the writers:
Slummers & Swamp, Jim Grumble, Lorraine's sofa, Brunt, Mitchell, Leics Police, Rowley and Gurney...
shit happens coffee shutup dunce fool notlistening

Let's never forget Huile Oylive who is actively active and activating as we speak..








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Post by Verdi on 01.03.18 21:46

@sharonl wrote:Earlier this week, members of CMOMM sent this letter to Pulse Film’s Non-Scripted Television Managing Director

 

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27 February 2018

 

ATTN EMMA COOPER, MANAGING DIRECTOR, NON-SCRIPTED TELEVISION, PULSE FILMS

 

Dear Emma Cooper.

 

We refer our recent 'phone call about the Madeleine McCann documentary you are helping to make.  

 

We read this on the internet a few months back:

 

"The eight-part true-crime series is being made in association with Viacom-owned Hollywood studio Paramount Television. It aims to shine a light on the three-year-old’s disappearance in 2007, and will include interviews with key figures and investigators. Pulse managing director of non-scripted television Emma Cooper is exec producing the project. The Vice-owned indie declined to comment".


As you will know, the disappearance of Madeleine McCann remains an abiding mystery. There have been several TV documentaries on the case, but none of them seems to have got anywhere near solving this deep mystery.



The Portuguese Police investigation co-ordinator, Goncalo Amaral, and his team  concluded, from the evidence, that Madeleine had died in her parents' holiday apartment
and that they had conspired to hide her body and perform what has been described as a 'hoax abduction' scenario. The evidence provided by internationally-respected top sniffer dog handler, Martin Grime, was a major part of that evidence, as in his report Grime claimed that his two cadaver dogs had detected the 'smell of death' in no fewer than 17 locations in Praia da Luz associated with the McCanns. 


We have seen reports on the internet that members of your team, as part of their researches, have been to Praia da Luz and spoken to Sergey Malinka, a close friend of the first suspect in the case, Robert Murat, and to David Jones, a local businessman and a long-time friend of Malinka, and probably Robert Murat as well. At the time Netflix researchers were said to be talking to them, both Jones and Malinka had embarked on a strange project to raise funds for a book Malinka was supposed to be writing about his life story and his involvement in the Madeleine McCann case, called: 'Collateral Damage'. Malinka made two professional videos in support of this project and David Jones also appeared in a video.



This project had all the hallmarks of a scam. Nothing appears to have come of it.


We would suggest from our knowledge of the case that you are most unlikely to get any information worth having about the Madeleine McCann case from either Malinka or Jones.

 

We hope, however, that in making your film, you and your fellow researchers will contact the following people, in order to see what they say and what evidence they have:


1 Goncalo Amaral, the Portuguese Police investigation co-ordinator into Madeleine’s reported disappearance


2 Paulo Reis, a Portuguese journalist who has researched the Madeleine McCann case intensively for 10 years,

3 Peter MacLeod, a retired, ex-pat former Superintendent with Nottingham Police, now living in Spain, whose free e-book on the case can viewed here and elsewhere: http://whatreallyhappenedtomadeleinemccann.blogspot.co.uk/  and

4 Richard D Hall, a film- and documentary-maker whose work on the case over the past four years has resulted in 17 hours of fact-filled documentaries about Madeleine McCann, all now on YouTube, where they have attracted over 20 million views to date. Over 100 people have uploaded their own copies of his films to YouTube. They are impactful. 


If the public is to get the fullest possible hard information on the case in your 8-part series, in our judgment your researchers should be talking in depth to each of them, if you have not already done so, and be using the very best of the material each of them has to offer.



We have all their contact details if you need them.



Yours sincerely



(names withheld) 

 

=================================================== 

 

No reply has yet been received from Emma Cooper   

Should anyone else wish to contact Emma with factual information that you feel should be addressed in order to give the public a fair view of what may have happened to Madeleine, her e-mail address is info@pulsefilms.co.uk  

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Post by Mark Willis on 01.03.18 22:15

@Verdi wrote:
@Mark Willis wrote:
@Verdi wrote:O goody, Sky - so the long awaited Netflix Madeleine McCann Investigation documentary is a done deal.

waiting
Yes, Mr Verdi, I know how you and I have long awaited this 8 part epic, and I have a scoop on the writers:
Slummers & Swamp, Jim Grumble, Lorraine's sofa, Brunt, Mitchell, Leics Police, Rowley and Gurney...
shit happens coffee shutup dunce fool notlistening

Let's never forget Huile Oylive who is actively active and activating as we speak..







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