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'Sunday Mirror', 3 Dec 2017: "Innocent man", Sergey Malinka, says "Madeleine McCann case ruined my life"

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Post by aquila on 04.12.17 15:26

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Which is it, Ben Salmon?  You speak on Twitter of how wonderful this book is. You also claim in in two tweets that you 'know Sergey Malinka personally', and that you knew about this book 'long before it was made public' two weeks ago. Can I ask whether you met Sergey Malinka on your trip to Portugal earlier this year? Who else did you meet there please? And most important, have you read the whole book? If not, why are you promoting it?

Once again you are only reading what you want to see. I have made no such statement that I knew about the book.

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I said I was in personal contact with Sergei before the book was known, I made no claim to have had foreknowledge about the book, which I was made aware of the day after the Kickstarter went live. I even answered that same question 2 hours ago on Twitter, which I am sure you already saw.

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It may seem alien to you, but if you speak to people with respect and as human beings, rather than grilling them from the off and looking for reactions to jump on, it's possible to actually have natural conversations with people. Jill has managed to develop a rapport in her interactions here, and you seem to be taking the mantle of 'bad cop' - badly.

You've been disengenuous with Sergei from the off here, down to posting glibly 'redacted' articles which leave in salacious unfounded claims which everyone here knows that you don't even believe, in an attempt to get a rise and tickle confirmation bias. For one who berates misconduct in major cases with hindsight, it's fortunate you weren't ever an investigator yourself, the FSS would blush in your presence!

People aren't going to bend to your will, and that includes me - I wont be obliging you in creating conflict on the forum so you can have another inconvenient voice to you blocked here. So once again I'll be bidding you good day heart
Bash Tony Bennett, introduce Malinka who proceeds to bash Amaral and then have an ego punch up.

Forget the demise of a three year old girl and have a personal scrap.

I for one don't think Malinka is genuine. I don't know why he's on this forum day and night without answering any questions and his English proficiency swims with the tide. I don't know why this person (if indeed it is one person and the genuine person) chose this forum to spout his nothingness on.
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Post by Tennison on 04.12.17 16:46

All of these allegations from Sergey Malinka about Amaral and the PJ happened more than 10 years ago so why has he waited all this time to write a book about it, and why didn't he write it when he got his libel settlement years ago which he says was around £80,000?
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Post by MayMuse on 04.12.17 17:54

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:All of these allegations from Sergey Malinka about Amaral and the PJ happened more than 10 years ago so why has he waited all this time to write a book about it, and why didn't he write it when he got his libel settlement years ago which he says was around £80,000?
Indeed, and it would have been fresh in his mind, wouldn't it?

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Post by aquila on 04.12.17 18:22

Add to this Malinka's excuse for being on this forum to say he'd already approached the tv companies but decided not to make a big fuss.


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Post by doisgaloes on 04.12.17 18:43

Right its just came to my attention that Mr. Bennett used my words taken out of context. Are you working for British media by any chance, because reading the thing from they Sunday news and other hack pieces and seeing you being super quick on copy/paste news I assume that it was you who wrote this articles or at least helped to write it?
Let's make something straight - I was never a suspect, only a witness in Portugues police investigation and despite the fact they overstepped the boundaries in interrogation I have made my peace with them. I understand now that the pressure was from above and they needed to produce results. 
I posted here in faith that my words would not be taking from content and used for personal promotion as Mr. Bennet did, so my conclusion is that he just wants to feel important by taking my words, twisting them and making a name for himself. 
I don't take any sides in this story, merely want to let people know what has happened to me.
Mr. Bennet in my point of view you already in this short days created more damages to my name then 10 years of British media.
I will not share anymore with you Mr Bennet, shame on you for using my words for achieving your personal gains.
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Post by aquila on 04.12.17 18:49

Panto season is alive and well.
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 04.12.17 18:54

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Let's just let Sergey have his say and tell us what happened to him ten years ago. I'm interested to hear it.

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Post by MayMuse on 04.12.17 18:55

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Right its just came to my attention that Mr. Bennett used my words taken out of context. Are you working for British media by any chance, because reading the thing from they Sunday news and other hack pieces and seeing you being super quick on copy/paste news I assume that it was you who wrote this articles or at least helped to write it?
Let's make something straight - I was never a suspect, only a witness in Portugues police investigation and despite the fact they overstepped the boundaries in interrogation I have made my peace with them. I understand now that the pressure was from above and they needed to produce results. 
I posted here in faith that my words would not be taking from content and used for personal promotion as Mr. Bennet did, so my conclusion is that he just wants to feel important by taking my words, twisting them and making a name for himself. 
I don't take any sides in this story, merely want to let people know what has happened to me.
Mr. Bennet in my point of view you already in this short days created more damages to my name then 10 years of British media.
I will not share anymore with you Mr Bennet, shame on you for using my words for achieving your personal gains.
Not omitting the implications here of your suggestions about Mr Tony Bennett which have no basis or foundation whatsoever. It is interesting to now see you write, Mr Malinka, that you have made " peace" with the PJ ? Is that not at odds with your produced You Tube videos and statements you have made here? 


Who is exactly twisting words, for as far as seen Mr Malinka it is you who has obviously twisted your own words?

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Now, now bignono

Let's just let Sergey have his say and tell us what happened to him ten years ago. I'm interested to hear it.
Send him a cheque for 30,000 euros and you might get a disappointing book.
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FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT SERGEY MALINKA

Post by Tony Bennett on 04.12.17 20:59

FURTHER INFORMATION ABOUT SERGEY MALINKA

Further information has come to light about Sergey Malinka which I will now post up 

Earlier today, I pointed out on the forum that in his promotional film, which I've praised for its professionalism, Sergey portays himself as 'alone' in Portugal in 2007. He makes out that he knew no-one, amd was all alone with no-one to turn to when this frightening situation hit him. In fact, he had moved there (Praia da Luz) SEVEN years earlier with his family, had obtained work in a restaurant and then become a computer consultant and was in businese with porn king Matthew Fazackerly.

More information about this comes in a short clip on YouTube by long-time Praia da Luz restauranteur and businessman David S Jones, who is sometimes described as Sergei Malnka's co-author: see here:  ...
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It seems that our Sergey has also been involved in another business venture, the design and marketing of a game called 'RACCOON MADNESS'. Note it was also funded by Kickstarter. #

According to the game designer, Sergey Makinka himself, to succeed in this game the game involves Lying, Cheating and Stealing

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22 Nov 2017 - Hello! Dear backers of Raccoon Madness game, thank you for making our game a reality, we had so much fun to work on it. WE HAVE A VERY SERIOUS PROJECT to launch on Kickstarter. One of the co-founders of Raccoon Madness - Sergey Malinka launching his book "Madeleine McCann: Collateral ...

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Hello! Dear backers of Raccoon Madness game, thank you for making our game a reality, we had so much fun to work on it. WE HAVE A VERY SERIOUS PROJECT to launch on Kickstarter. One of the co-founders of Raccoon Madness - Sergey Malinka launching his book "Madeleine McCann: Collateral Damage" of the ...

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26 Jan 2017 - Dmitry Laier is raising funds for Raccoon Madness Game on Kickstarter! A Card Game of KGB-Agents and Poker Stars, where you should Lie, Cheat and Steal! Switch tactics and follow your own strategy to win!

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Post by MayMuse on 04.12.17 21:07

I knew he was a "gamer", thanks for this info Mr Bennett it tells us a lot more about Mr Malinka aka "doisgalores" 

"Two gallons" of ... censored ..madness! >>>>>>>>>

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Post by sharonl on 04.12.17 21:13

This line stood out a bit in Doesigles'post

"I understand now that the pressure was from above and they needed to produce results." 

Need I say any more?

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How can anyone promote a book when they haven't read it, Ben Salmon?

Post by Tony Bennett on 04.12.17 21:21

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Which is it, Ben Salmon?  You speak on Twitter of how wonderful this book is. You also claim in in two tweets that you 'know Sergey Malinka personally', and that you knew about this book 'long before it was made public' two weeks ago. Can I ask whether you met Sergey Malinka on your trip to Portugal earlier this year? Who else did you meet there please? And most important, have you read the whole book? If not, why are you promoting it?

You've been disengenuous with Sergei from the off here, down to posting glibly 'redacted' articles which leave in salacious unfounded claims which everyone here knows that you don't even believe, in an attempt to get a rise and tickle confirmation bias...

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@ April 28th    It's a great pity that you didn't answer my main question above, which was, quote:

 "And most important, have you read the whole book? If not, why are you promoting it?"

It seems from what you say that you knew 'nothing about the book' until you suddenly learnt about it on or about 23 November, same as we all did.

In that case, it seems quite extraordinary to me that you could gaily endorse and promote the book on Twitter and elsewhere without knowing what it says. 

I also find it extremely odd that as a fellow Madeleine McCann-researcher on this fourm you kept quiet about your visit to Praia da Luz earlier this year, gave us no information at all about who you saw there or what you did, and have also had time in the past few months to cultivate a relationship with Sergei Malinka so deep that you can describe him confidently as "a good man".

Finally, I would have liked to ask you what this tweet of yours, to Malinka and Isabelle McFadden a couple of days ago, was all about:

Don't rise to [Bennett’s} flamebait. He can't get you banned from CMoMM so he's trying to poke you here, and tagging me as if I'll jump in. Tony needs to stick to his Christian dogma, his adopted personalised dogma isn't getting anywhere. #McCann

But, as it seems you have now left the building, I will probably never find out

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Post by doisgaloes on 04.12.17 22:12

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Kickstarter won't take funds from credit cards of backers unless the goal is reached! If I don't make ill figure something out how to self-publish it. The world is full of good people and I found that a lot of people support me. 

I think I won't reach my goal, but I was preparing for it.  I have a backup plan!
That makes sense. The kickstarter is just a way of trying to secure pre-orders?

There are many ways to publish a book, but the co-author/editor/printer all still need to be paid first of course before any profit can be made. I still think £26k is way too high to help write a book.

I do understand why you're all over twitter/facebook/CMOMM etc drumming up support for pledges for pre-orders and that if you don't reach that target then those people can't be paid and you can't produce your book. It's good to have a backup plan.

I'm glad you think you might consider changing the title of your book to 'Kate and Gerry McCann: Collateral Damage' - I think a lot of people might otherwise think "Oh no, not another Madeleine McCann book!" (as we did here) But they might be interested in a 'Kate and Gerry McCann' book, especially as it's not about Madeleine as you've admitted.

As Phoebe has suggested, make sure you have a lawyer give it the once over so it's not libellous, even to Amaral and the PJ, especially as you'll be wanting to publish in Portugal. It's possible that if you do change the title to incorporate Kate and Gerry as the collateral damage, then a publisher won't touch it with a bargepole in the UK because they know how litigious they are, and it would seem Clarence Mitchell has already issued a warning. Amaral couldn't get his book published here in the UK, as you know, but that shouldn't stop you getting your book published in other countries if not here in the UK.

Self-publishing on sites such as Amazon would get your book noticed around the world and not just in a few countries. And if you can't get it published in the UK then at least it could still be read in English speaking countries by selling it on the internet. You only have to look at how many hits youtube videos get to see how much people want to read anything about the McCanns.

Personally, I think the price you've set is too high. I think you'd stand a better chance of selling more copies at a lower price.

The only thing that would put me off buying it is if you intend to damage Amaral who has already been through so much, just as you have - as you know the McCanns broke up his family and almost destroyed him for doing his job and I'm sure you must be aware of the PJGA fund where hundreds, if not thousands, of us donated to his legal fund so he could fight back. Those same people will not be happy to see him discredited again.  I certainly wouldn't want to financially contribute towards damaging him even more and I would hate to see him dragged into another libel battle.

But, it's your story, and providing it's the truth then you have every right to tell it.

Thank you admin, those are very good advises. On the other hand Mr Bennett having a ball. Very sad.
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Post by doisgaloes on 04.12.17 22:15

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Which is it, Ben Salmon?  You speak on Twitter of how wonderful this book is. You also claim in in two tweets that you 'know Sergey Malinka personally', and that you knew about this book 'long before it was made public' two weeks ago. Can I ask whether you met Sergey Malinka on your trip to Portugal earlier this year? Who else did you meet there please? And most important, have you read the whole book? If not, why are you promoting it?

You've been disengenuous with Sergei from the off here, down to posting glibly 'redacted' articles which leave in salacious unfounded claims which everyone here knows that you don't even believe, in an attempt to get a rise and tickle confirmation bias...

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@ April 28th    It's a great pity that you didn't answer my main question above, which was, quote:

 "And most important, have you read the whole book? If not, why are you promoting it?"

It seems from what you say that you knew 'nothing about the book' until you suddenly learnt about it on or about 23 November, same as we all did.

In that case, it seems quite extraordinary to me that you could gaily endorse and promote the book on Twitter and elsewhere without knowing what it says. 

I also find it extremely odd that as a fellow Madeleine McCann-researcher on this fourm you kept quiet about your visit to Praia da Luz earlier this year, gave us no information at all about who you saw there or what you did, and have also had time in the past few months to cultivate a relationship with Sergei Malinka so deep that you can describe him confidently as "a good man".

Finally, I would have liked to ask you what this tweet of yours, to Malinka and Isabelle McFadden a couple of days ago, was all about:

Don't rise to [Bennett’s} flamebait. He can't get you banned from CMoMM so he's trying to poke you here, and tagging me as if I'll jump in. Tony needs to stick to his Christian dogma, his adopted personalised dogma isn't getting anywhere. #McCann

But, as it seems you have now left the building, I will probably never find out

I see you been busy slagging me! Noone takes you serious man. Give it a rest!
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Post by doisgaloes on 04.12.17 22:22

No Kickstarter don't manage donated funds. 

Kickstarter won't take funds from credit cards of backers unless the goal is reached! If I don't make ill figure something out how to self-publish it. The world is full of good people and I found that a lot of people support me. 

I think I won't reach my goal, but I was preparing for it.  I have a backup plan!
That makes sense. The kickstarter is just a way of trying to secure pre-orders?

There are many ways to publish a book, but the co-author/editor/printer all still need to be paid first of course before any profit can be made. I still think £26k is way too high to help write a book.

I do understand why you're all over twitter/facebook/CMOMM etc drumming up support for pledges for pre-orders and that if you don't reach that target then those people can't be paid and you can't produce your book. It's good to have a backup plan.

I'm glad you think you might consider changing the title of your book to 'Kate and Gerry McCann: Collateral Damage' - I think a lot of people might otherwise think "Oh no, not another Madeleine McCann book!" (as we did here) But they might be interested in a 'Kate and Gerry McCann' book, especially as it's not about Madeleine as you've admitted.

As Phoebe has suggested, make sure you have a lawyer give it the once over so it's not libellous, even to Amaral and the PJ, especially as you'll be wanting to publish in Portugal. It's possible that if you do change the title to incorporate Kate and Gerry as the collateral damage, then a publisher won't touch it with a bargepole in the UK because they know how litigious they are, and it would seem Clarence Mitchell has already issued a warning. Amaral couldn't get his book published here in the UK, as you know, but that shouldn't stop you getting your book published in other countries if not here in the UK.

Self-publishing on sites such as Amazon would get your book noticed around the world and not just in a few countries. And if you can't get it published in the UK then at least it could still be read in English speaking countries by selling it on the internet. You only have to look at how many hits youtube videos get to see how much people want to read anything about the McCanns.

Personally, I think the price you've set is too high. I think you'd stand a better chance of selling more copies at a lower price.

The only thing that would put me off buying it is if you intend to damage Amaral who has already been through so much, just as you have - as you know the McCanns broke up his family and almost destroyed him for doing his job and I'm sure you must be aware of the PJGA fund where hundreds, if not thousands, of us donated to his legal fund so he could fight back. Those same people will not be happy to see him discredited again.  I certainly wouldn't want to financially contribute towards damaging him even more and I would hate to see him dragged into another libel battle.

But, it's your story, and providing it's the truth then you have every right to tell it.

Thank you admin, those are very good advises. On the other hand Mr Bennett having a ball. Very sad.
Also, I think I was a bit harsh in my last saying about PJ and GA, Bennet had a field day :)
In fairness to the situation, I didn't like how I was treated by PJ, but I understand why they have done it. I don't hold a life to GA!
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Post by Rogue-a-Tory on 05.12.17 9:02

As with all these events, it’s always worthwhile exploring the question why now?

Mr Malinka had the last 8 years or more, post the end of the Portuguese investigation, to tell his side of the story. There were times when this would have been very helpful.


But now? Whilst his story is of interest and some would argue possibly a significant part, he wasn’t on the agenda in recent years in any way, shape or form. Unless there is a big story Mr Malinka has to tell us about developments in this case rather than an inane series of whinges and moans.
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 05.12.17 9:18

Sergey seems to have backtracked a bit after complaining about "torture", now he's saying, in fairness, he was a bit harsh!

I hope you put that in your book Sergey.

Anyway, it would seem Sergey was banned again during the night (not by Verdi, who seems to get the blame for everything these days) and I won't be reinstating him this time because he didn't stick to his side of our 'deal'.

He wasn't here to help us with more pieces to the jigsaw of what really happened to little Maddie. But if Maddie really was abducted, as Sergey thinks, then she's already been waiting for more than ten years with her paedophile chum anyway, who's apparently treating her like a princess, so what's another seven months?

As you say Rogue-a-Tory, he's had at least eight years to write his book, especially when he had his compensation money to fund it, as Tennison pointed out.

I'm sure the question of "why now?" will become apparent nearer to Christmas, as aquila pointed out.

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Re: 'Sunday Mirror', 3 Dec 2017: "Innocent man", Sergey Malinka, says "Madeleine McCann case ruined my life"

Post by Tony Bennett on 05.12.17 9:46

I thought it would be seasonal and fitting to celebrate Sergey's departure from the forum new book with this little adaptation of the popular Christmas-time song: 'Tis the season to be jolly':


Deck the halls with boughs of holly,

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

Tis the season to be jolly,

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

 

Buy the champers - pop the cork,

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

Sergey Malinka’s goin’ to talk,

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala  

 

Come along now, have a little look  

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

A few little titbits, ahead of his book.

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala

 

Follow me in merry measure,

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

Sergey’s book will be a pleasure

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

 

Tales of missed calls, Rob and woe

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

10 years’ secrets: ready, steady, go

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

 

Sing we joyous, all together,

Fala la Fala, Fala Fala.

Tireless, following Sergey’s blether

Fala la Fala, Fala  F - A-  L - A.

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Re: 'Sunday Mirror', 3 Dec 2017: "Innocent man", Sergey Malinka, says "Madeleine McCann case ruined my life"

Post by BlueBag on 05.12.17 10:35

What an enormous waste of time all that was.
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Re: 'Sunday Mirror', 3 Dec 2017: "Innocent man", Sergey Malinka, says "Madeleine McCann case ruined my life"

Post by polyenne on 05.12.17 13:41

It’s like a revolving door........Sutton in, Sutton out..Malinka in, Malinka out.

There’s a reason they’ve come & gone so quickly.....they have nothing meaningful to add. They just want their 5 minutes of fame on the world famous CMOMM.

They won’t be sorely missed !!
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Re: 'Sunday Mirror', 3 Dec 2017: "Innocent man", Sergey Malinka, says "Madeleine McCann case ruined my life"

Post by Mrs B on 07.12.17 9:08

@ doisgaloes - are you still on the forum? 
I've been considering whether to donate to the book fund - are you able to shed light on what the 'new facts' are? Also, do you believe that Madeleine was abducted? If so, is this view reflected in the book? 
Thanks
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Re: 'Sunday Mirror', 3 Dec 2017: "Innocent man", Sergey Malinka, says "Madeleine McCann case ruined my life"

Post by Tony Bennett on 07.12.17 9:48

@ Mrs B    MALINKA was banned 2 days ago for repeated breach of forum rules, including the worst swear words ever seen on the forum. The new facts appear  to be;  how many false statements and allegations he has made, how he was blackmailed and accepted bribes to lie, and how Amaral and his men held him without bread or water for a day and tortured  him. In several places he has confirmed that he believes Madeleine was abducted. I personally doubt his book will ever be published
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Re: 'Sunday Mirror', 3 Dec 2017: "Innocent man", Sergey Malinka, says "Madeleine McCann case ruined my life"

Post by Mrs B on 07.12.17 10:24

Thanks for the info. 

Shame he advocates an abduction theory. Kind of discredits absolutely anything he has to say. 

Doubt it will be published either unless anyone has a further 29 grand! Given the book is about HIM and no-one gives a flying feck about him that scenario is unlikely.
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