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Post by Jill Havern on 17.02.20 18:52

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You are on holiday abroad with your partner, your very young children and some friends and their very young children. Each night you leave your very young children unattended in your holiday apartment to go for dinner with your friends in a restaurant down the street. Your friends also leave their very young children unattended in their respective holiday apartments each night whilst they go for dinner with you in the restaurant down the street. You and your friend's holiday apartments are all in the same apartment block.

One night during dinner one of your friends leaves the restaurant and returns minutes later in a panic telling you that one of their children is missing from their apartment.

As a parent upon hearing the news that there is a child is missing from the apartment block where you have left your own children what is your immediate reaction? Do you panic and run to your own apartment to ascertain the safety your own children? Or do you run to your friends apartment and remain outside the door whilst your friend and their partner recheck inside their apartment for their missing child?

According to their rogatory statements Rachel Oldfield, Matthew Oldfield, Russell O'Brien, Fiona Payne and David Payne all ran to apartment 5a when Kate McCann returned to the tapas table and raised the alarm.

Despite having already taken the risk of leaving their very young children alone in their apartments none of them rushed back to their own apartments when the they heard that Madeleine is "gone".

The parental urge to ascertain the safety of one's own children would be completely uncontrollable in this situation.

One of the Oldfields and one of the Paynes could have ran straight to their respective apartments to ascertain the safety of their children instead of them all running straight to the McCanns apartment.

David Payne stated that when he ran to 5a after the alarm had been raised he went inside and helped search the apartment for Madeleine, then went to his own apartment to check on his own children and then went back to the tapas bar to ask Diane Webster to go to their apartment and watch over his children.

Fiona Payne stated that when she ran to 5a after the alarm had been raised Gerry and Kate McCann entered the apartment and she searched the area around the apartment, tennis courts and supermarket and then entered 5a. She did not go back to her own apartment for several hours after the alarm had been raised. She did not mention that David Payne had gone to their apartment to check on their children.

Rachel Oldfield stated that when she ran to 5a after the alarm had been raised she had waited at the bottom the patio steps while Matthew Oldfield and Russell O'Brien searched the garden for Madeleine. She then went to her own apartment with her partner to ascertain the safety of her daughter.

Matthew Oldfield stated that when he ran to 5a after the alarm had been raised he had waited at the bottom the patio steps while Gerry McCann, Kate McCann and David Payne entered the apartment and searched for Madeleine. He then went to his own apartment with his partner to ascertain the safety of his daughter.

(Matthew Oldfield stated in an earlier statement given to police on the 10th May 2007 that when they ran to 5a after the alarm had been raised everyone entered the apartment.)

Their rogatory statements are an indication that they knew there was no risk to the other children in their group.

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Post by Liz Eagles on 18.02.20 8:03

Then there was Dianne Webster (grandmother left at the tapas table when the scream came) to take care of personal possessions? listen to the state-of-the art baby monitor?

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Post by Verdi on 18.02.20 11:57

Jane Tanner was already in her apartment when the alarm was raised - apparently.

Dianne Webster was sent off to the Payne apartment to look after their brood after leaving the restaurant - apparently.

The other couple, I can't remember off the top of me 'ead.

But they did have a year to think about it and get their stories straight sarcastic

David and Fiona Payne taking centre stage as always.  As I said recently, it's strange how their version of the truth distances themselves from the rest of the group throughout the entire week yet became the focal point of contact after the alarm was raised.

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