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Post by Jill Havern 13.03.22 16:09

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Freud, and his sudden close friendship with the McCanns,
brings us inevitably to Lord Steel, and his sudden close friendship with the McCanns, and then to Cyril Smith, friend of Lord Steel, and sharer of an office with Clement Freud...and his sudden close friendship with the McCanns...

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Board the paedo merry-go-round and get a knighthood. Know about it, but ignore it, and get a damehood.
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Post by PeterMac 13.03.22 22:14

And Mitchell's new employer was Freud Communications, owned and managed by Murdochs son-in-law, Matthew Freud, son of Clement.

And Gusmaroli's wholly invented piece for "First" magazine was edited by a woman who immediately after was appointed to the Murdoch empire as deputy editor of the NOTW,
and Gusmaroli went to Australia and was employed by Murdoch at the Telegraph [no relation or similarity to the UK one]

"One coincidence, two coincidences . . . "[©Kate McCann]

Jon Clarke writes almost exclusively for . . . THE SUN, owned by  . . . . Murdoch

"three coincidences . . .?"

"follow the money"
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Post by Verdi 14.03.22 0:23

And there lies the secret.  

The biggest international scandal of all time .... child abuse!!!

Like all world atrocities, it's nothing new.  It's been in existence and largely buried since the dawn of wo/mankind.  The dirty secret that can't be controlled but can so easily be ignored given the right amount of inducement.

Decent people can't begin to imagine the extent of child abuse, don't want to imagine the extent but exist it does.  One of those situations that only happens to others not to me but it surrounds our every being, next door - across the road.

Just take the time to look at events rumbling in the underbelly of society, take the time to think beyond the fake child protection protestations and understand they are but a buffer - a thinly veiled pretense to hide the truth.  The ugly truth that buries the child, the child that can't defend itself,  that can't be heard because no one is listening.

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Post by PeterMac 14.03.22 5:41

Grauniad
https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2022/mar/11/abuse-survivors-public-apology-stormont-historical-institutional-ministers
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Victims of ‘vile’ abuse of children in care in Northern Ireland reject apology
Religious orders called on to pay compensation for physical, sexual and psychological abuse carried out for more than 70 years
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A minute’s silence will be held at Stormont before ministers apologise on behalf of the power-sharing executive. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA









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Fri 11 Mar 2022 18.33 GMT





Victims of sexual, psychological and physical abuse of children in care in Northern Ireland have rejected a formal apology by religious orders and called on them to pay compensation.
Ministers and representatives of six institutions at the centre of the scandal on Friday issued a long-awaited statement saying sorry for what was described as “vile” and “unimaginable” abuse carried out for more than 70 years.
Five religious institutions and one secular body offered profound apologies and regret to victims. The representatives from De La Salle, Sisters of Nazareth, Sisters of St Louis and the Good Shepherd Sisters, as well as Barnardo’s and the Irish Church Missions, admitted that words could only do so much to overcome the pain felt by victims over successive decades."
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Post by Verdi 14.03.22 11:19

They don't sign-up for the picnic do they.

Homosexuals used to hide themselves within the conclaves of holy orders - orders shielded from the nuisance of law and order, aside from their own laws that defy common decency.

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Post by Verdi 14.03.22 11:59

I take the opportunity to refresh this exemplary research posted-up by esteemed forum member Tony Bennett back in March 2011.  Yes folks, that's eleven years ago.

Jon Clarke's role in 'Maddie in US' claim


There is one important aspect of this story to which we shall return in depth later. The story is billed as an ‘Exclusive’ - which usually means, simply, that the newspaper knows that no other newspaper has got the story. The article is by-lined to ‘Emily Nash’, a Sun reporter, but also, jointly, to ‘Jon Clarke in Huelva’.

The article is also accompanied by several photographs, one of which features a close-up of 36-year-old Italiano, reproduced above. The text underneath the photo reads: “Photo of Marcelino Italiano by Revelation…Marcelino Italiano claims to have located Maddie McCann…Jon Clarke/Olive Press/ ENP”.

From this, we learn that the ‘Jon Clarke’ who is billed as the joint writer of this Sun article is the Jon Clarke who is the owner and editor of a popular English-language newspaper in southern Spain, cleverly called ‘The Olive Press’, a reference to the huge olive groves that can be found in the regions of Andalucia and around, where the free newspaper is eagerly snapped up and read. It will become even clearer, later, that Jon Clarke is the source through which the world learnt about this latest claim that someone knows where Madeleine is. How he got hold of the story is a matter we will analyse later in our article.

It’s also of more than passing interest that when Fox News ran this story in the United States, it elevated Marcelino Italiano to the dizzy status of ‘private investigator’, not mentioning that he was a bouncer. They preferred to claim that he was a ‘private investigator’. Even the Sun more modestly described him as ‘amateur sleuth’. But then, the McCanns have books to sell in the United States and Fox News is owned and run by Rupert Murdoch. Link to the article:

https://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t2250-jon-clarke-s-role-in-maddie-in-us-claim#58174

The truth is forever faithful - deception however has a rotten habit of being retold ad nausea, picking up debris en-route for the devil's very own inferno.

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Post by Verdi 14.03.22 14:44

I can't locate the post pinched from Jon Clarke's wooky booky about his liaison with Clarence Mitchell.

I've now fixed my machine so here's a scanned version ofthe page.

Hope it's readable, Clarke Media must be very limited indeed - the print is diabolical.

Here goes..

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A day in the life..



My search for Mmmmm..



It's only a matter of time..



superman

Complete with open shutters and windows, strong gusts of wind, unusual air currents and dastardly acts of superhuman daring.

[Contains scenes some might find offensive, viewer discretion is advised]

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Post by Verdi 17.03.22 14:59

Love it ^^^ exalt

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Post by Silentscope 16.04.22 16:37

Donal McIntyre Podcast starring Jon Clarke out soon.

A new 8-part series, which details author and journalist, Jon Clarke's quest to uncover the truth of the Madeleine McCann disappearance and his hunt for the suspect at the centre of this tragic story. Donal takes us through Jon's involvement in the case from the very first day, and the various suspects, accomplices and corrupt detectives who have punctuated a flawed investigation from the very beginning.

With unrivalled access to those closest to the chief suspect, Jon Clarke reveals shocking new revelations that delve into the world and mindset of Christian Brueckner, and news of fresh leads that suggest justice and a conclusion of this most horrific of crimes may finally be in sight .


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Post by Doug D 16.04.22 17:02

'Donal takes us through Jon's involvement in the case from the very first day...'

Not yet another version of 'the truth' to come surely?
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Post by PeterMac 16.04.22 19:31

I think we are up to ten, but I am beginning to lose track
Need to start another card index, or borrow a HOLMES II computer system 
and ANACAPA to make sense of it.

I shall look forward to this one.If only to see which of these arrival times it repeats, 
"early hours of the morning";  "1:30am";  9am; 9;30am' "between 9;45 and 10;15am";
 11:45am; noon:  "later that day"; before the press conference that evening"
[Refs available for all the above.]
I have almost given up on the details of the meeting.
In 5A. NOT in 5A.  In 5H.   As they left.  at the press conference . . . .  (fill in as appropriate.)

and which version of what they said might also be instructive, since some are linked to the alleged time and place.
Or perhaps we'll get another Revelation, as we did with the SAT1 film, which we are still trying to put into context.

As an aside, Martin Brunt who was there for ten days ADMITS he never managed to speak to them AT ALL.
The top man in the top Murdoch agency could not get near them.
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Post by Verdi 17.04.22 1:49

I saw this claptrap on a pro-McCann forum on Friday.  Surprise surprise it's found it's way over here.

A pro-McCann forum that appears more concerned about what's said on CMOMM than the loss of a little child .... Madeleine McCann.

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Post by PeterMac 19.04.22 8:23

UPDATE"
CLARKE has Finally taken down the advert for the luxury Apartment in Puerto Banus which was on his faceBook page
https://www.facebook.com/jon.clarke.3745
to recap, it was for a two week rental, extendable to three in August last Year, and the advert was posted around May last year.

This is the one with all his wife's contact details, phone number, and Familial diminutive name.
Sufficient details for anyone interested to google to establish if it was genuine – since he did not mention his own involvement – which would then have taken people immediately to the properties they own and rent, including all the personal details, home address, emails and everything else you need to make contact to actually BOOK the place.
But when we pointed this out months ago during his latest attack on us, he complained bitterly, threatened legal action [ I'm not making this up  © JT]  but left it in place until sometime within the last three days.

The FB page still shows the article from ABC which states, in quotes, that he arrived in PdL in the "early hours of the morning', which Madueño – the journalist in question – expanded in the original to "1;30am".   again as a quote from Clarke.
Are we therefore to assume that that since he has been questioned on it, but has left it in place, available to be read by the entire world, that it is the "most correct" of all the times of arrival ?

Or not.
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I was one of the first reporters on the scene after Madeleine McCann’s disappearance. This is what I remember

I am certain that Christian Brueckner will finally be charged with the murder of Madeleine McCann

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It’s been 15 years and five days since I rolled into the sleepy seaside resort of Praia da Luz as a journalist covering the Iberian Peninsula, expecting a three-year-old toddler to have turned up either dead in a pool or alive by a miracle.

I was on the scene only 12 hours after Madeleine McCann went missing and I am as certain today as I was then that she was abducted by a predatory paedophile.

What was remarkable back then, during those early hours, was just how lackadaisical the police effort was to find her. When I arrived, a couple of local cops milled around, while a few expats scratched their heads. Robert Murat, the first arguido (formal suspect), gushed to me about everything he knew about the case.

So unsecured was the crime scene I could literally walk up some steps under a flimsy piece of police tape and right into the apartment. I would have been nearly the 30th person to have left my DNA imprint in the holiday rental in just a few hours. Thankfully, I had the good sense not to try.

It has to be a case of third time lucky for the Portuguese police in the labyrinthine Madeleine McCann case. After a botched investigation that has almost become a global watchword for poor policing, the Portuguese Polícia Judiciária (PJ) finally have a firm suspect: German sex offender Christian Brueckner, 45.

It comes after first pointing the finger at Murat (an unusual chap, who has never explained three late-night phone calls on the night Maddie went missing) and, of course, the parents, who were quickly cleared of any involvement in her abduction.

Extraordinarily, Brueckner was not on a suspect’s list of over 600 known offenders who lived in the area when the British police launched Operation Grange in 2011. This, despite the 17-times convicted paedophile living around the resort of Praia da Luz for over a decade from the mid-90s to 2007 and being well known in the area for wife-beating and burglary. Not to mention two previous convictions for child abuse in Germany.

When officers from the PJ were instructed by the Faro prosecutors office, the DIAP, to formally grill Brueckner in prison they jumped at the opportunity to make him an official suspect.

Two officers were joined by three detectives from Germany’s BKA headquarters in Wiesbaden to put 20 questions to him, hijacking him by surprise as he walked back from lunch alone at Oldenburg prison – dubbed “Germany’s Alcatraz” – where he is in solitary confinement.

While his lawyer was advised of the visit, he insisted he didn’t have time to attend and it “wouldn’t make any difference anyway”. He had already primed his client to give a curt “no comment” to every question.

So what’s the next step? First of all, it is very unlikely that Brueckner will be extradited to Portugal to stand trial. My German judiciary sources insist there is “no way” he will leave Germany full stop. Ever.

In fact, he is unlikely to ever see the outside of a prison again and his descent into hell will begin this month when he is charged with three other sex crimes, with at least two more, aside from Maddie, following this summer.

Regarding the May 2007 abduction of Maddie, chief prosecutor Hans Christian Wolters, who I have spoken to on various occasions at his Braunschweig HQ, is in no rush. And nor does this dedicated and thorough lawyer need to be: his colleagues at the BKA have had Brueckner on their radar since 2013 when he was first questioned about the case.

That time, they completely messed things up by firstly telling him it was about Maddie, and even more remarkably, giving him three days to prepare his answers, not to mention hide any potential incriminating evidence.

The summons came after Germany’s biggest-ever Crimestoppers appeal led to at least two callers putting his name forward.

At the time he was a drug dealer linked to a number of appalling crimes around the Braunschweig area, where he rented a bar and kiosk. They included hospitalising a young girlfriend in the street to sexually abusing the five-year-old daughter of another lover.

He would also frequently vanish for weeks on end, mostly heading south to Portugal and southern Spain, where I tracked his whereabouts to various places during the course of researching a book on the case.

And wherever Brueckner went German police knew that crimes would be committed and they were certainly fully aware of how dangerous he was. They went to extraordinary lengths to extradite him back after he absconded from a two-year prison sentence in 1995.

Having seen letters he wrote to my colleague Jutta in Germany, with whom I am now working on a TV investigation, there can be no doubt about his alarming history and the evidence against him in the three cases he will be charged with this month.

In one missive, he revealed how his bad teeth and wonky jaw will help to convict him over the molesting of a 10-year-old girl on a beach near Praia da Luz, just one month before Maddie was snatched. Having located the original crime report filed by the poor girl’s family, who had a perfect view of a naked German with “rabbit teeth”, who ran away towards a beach car park where Brueckner frequently stayed, it looks cut and dried.

Wolters himself told me that the new charges – including the exposure to four children in 2017 and the rape of Hazel Behan, 20, in 2004 – are rather more straightforward than the Maddie case.

And once he has been convicted in the latter – in which he sadistically raped the Irish girl over hours, all filmed on his camcorder – it is likely he will then be put onto a special regime which will prevent him from ever leaving prison.

As for the Maddie case, Wolters began compiling it in 2018, two years after detectives started to probe it again, and two years before the public appeal in June 2020.

They now have lots of strong circumstantial evidence – plus, I am told, two recently received proofs – that make Wolters continually insist he is “100 per cent certain” Brueckner is the killer.

Some so-called “traces”, found in one of his vehicles driven at the time, may or may not be a red herring. That came from my colleague, journalist Sandra Felguiras, in Portugal, and she, like me, has been on this case from the beginning and has some impeccable sources.

But I don’t doubt there is some extremely damning material, among up to 20,000 photos, videos and other files, that police located in a Lidl bag, buried under the dead body of Brueckner’s dog at a box factory in former East Germany.

As for a much-discussed alibi in the Maddie case, well, he has not yet given any explanation to the police so far. Yes, his lawyer has spoken on a TV documentary for Channel 5 featuring ex-policeman turned journalist Mark Williams Thomas but there actually is no alibi for 3 May 2007, the night Maddie went missing. And German police have double-checked that. I worked on the show, but my beliefs do not coincide with Williams Thomas’ narrative, that Brueckner is innocent.

It happened before in the infamous Oscar Pistorius case, where this TV detective got it wrong by insisting the South African murderer was innocent. I am certain it will happen again and over the next year or two Christian Brueckner will finally be charged with the murder of Madeleine McCann.

Jon Clarke is an author and journalist. His book ‘MUST LEAVE: My Search for Madeleine’ is available on Amazon.

https://inews.co.uk/opinion/i-was-one-of-the-first-reporters-on-the-scene-after-madeleine-mccanns-disappearance-this-is-what-i-remember-1619856

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Post by PeterMac 10.05.22 13:25

Clarke is becoming deranged.

Last week he went into the apartment. Now he says he didn't but he could have done.
Which in turn means he did NOT speak to the McCanns in the apartment, which has been in at least of his three versions of events

"When I arrived, a couple of local cops milled around, while a few expats scratched their heads. Robert Murat, the first arguido (formal suspect), gushed to me about everything he knew about the case.

A few may have milled around.  The rest, the dog handlers, the sergeants and inspectors with whom Clarke is filmed shaking hands were ensuring that people like him and the rest of the journalists did not get close enough to foul up the scene.
 
So unsecured was the crime scene I could literally walk up some steps under a flimsy piece of police tape and right into the apartment. I would have been nearly the 30th person to have left my DNA imprint in the holiday rental in just a few hours. Thankfully, I had the good sense not to try.

Better English would suggest "I could HAVE walked . . . but I didn't".
"I could walk" implies in standard english grammatical usage that he DID. Which we have known for a long time he didn't

It has to be a case of third time lucky for the Portuguese police in the labyrinthine Madeleine McCann case. After a botched investigation that has almost become a global watchword for poor policing, the Portuguese Polícia Judiciária (PJ) finally have a firm suspect: German sex offender Christian Brueckner, 45.

No they don't. The Germans have him. The PJ eliminated him a very long time ago. He has been declared :arguido; as a procedural ploy.

It comes after first pointing the finger at Murat (an unusual chap, who has never explained three late-night phone calls on the night Maddie went missing) and, of course, the parents, who were quickly cleared of any involvement in her abduction.

They didn't point the finger at MURAT. YOU DID.  And with Lori Campbell you then libelled him and set him up and no doubt were paid a small fortune for doing so.   He received £600,000 in damages.   How much did you get paid?

The parents were NOT quickly cleared of any involvement.
They were 'arguido; for 10 MONTHS, Sept 2007 to July 2008, and the status was only suspended when the case was formally shelved. The Supreme court of Portugal made it clear in an unprecedented statement that they had NOT been cleared.

JON LUCIAN STEWART CLARKE – Owner and editor of the Olive Press KNOWS ALL THIS,
And yet still feels constrained to say something totally different.
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Post by onehand 10.05.22 14:26

i will leave the 12 hours after to peter mac. 

but looking at the link, because of my lousy handiwork it would not work properly  any longer of course.

https://inews.co.uk/opinion/i-was-one-of-the-first-reporters-on-the-scene-after-madeleine-mccanns-disappearance-this-is-what-i-remember-1619856

do we have to understand, dear jon c. former a kind of star reporter and first stand-in for the real deal of the murdoch imperium in tabloid productions, like go there, we send the real ones out by plane later, had a new hobby, like sending letters to other news serving website, to view his opinion, at least one he has for this part of his serialization? 

sending letters to the editor is risky business, see how easy it is to tell about your very own crimes, like gathering illegal access to a crime scene, aha, o o o , well the statute of limitations for just that would have been reached long time ago. 

but it is always nice when you still got an confession out.

maybe the next book of his hands could be how to travel once to portugal, and arrive at thirteen different times. 

and are you sure jon? i mean about that leaving no dna, there are still samples that could not even been traces on mt-dna from all the hairs found in 5a, and you think you did not leave your dna, but what with fingerprints, because there have been two unnamed fingerprints in the pj files. are you sure they are not yours.

https://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/PORTUGUESE-FORENSIC.htm#oa1v2p284

maybe something you recognize as yours in 5a? you know what the germans can do with a partial print.

https://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/FINGERPRINTS.htm

and almost 30 witnesses, and that number has already grown from earlier opinions of jon c., and as always he is still counting, but after a good night of sleep he writes for now 30 in stead of 26. 
did they see the deep trench also? you know the one next to 5a. 

i would advice dear jon c. to send letters to all papers, you know, if you do rehearse enough in the end you can keep it to just one single story. you are almost there, but it still needs some work. 

the last storyteller did not end very well. 

tips for the rest of the stars of reporting;

did reporter disturb the crime scene of madeleine mccann's ........?
free choice like; villa, holiday villa, flat, apartment, house, or just trench.

can dna find incriminates writer of madeleine book.

can partial fingerprint leads pj to new suspect in the madeleine mccann case.

special one for the sun; 'it was one of our own!'

'new suspect could not hold story straight, even once!'

it would not be nice to write all them ourselves, just for free, we still have empathy at times. never been a good reason to print the truth, check what you did get printed, there is always tomorrow, to make another version, from whose version of the truth we like most. 

so jon c. how can you know you did not leave that trace of your visit to/in/almost/could have been in 5a and the trench, if that is not tried and tested? or as hansel said to his gretl , we still have some breadcrumbs left. we will get there!

o'dear, forgotten one for the times, they are more difficult they are very serious, at most times, but not always; 

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Post by PeterMac 11.05.22 7:45

UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCE>>>
of Facebook's only displaying the last comment.
I wonder if she has realised.

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