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Post by Tony Bennett on 10.04.11 8:22

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/8440440/Hunt-for-Madeleine-McCann-the-next-chapter.html


Four years on, they still say prayers for Madeleine McCann in Praia da Luz.

Each week, the church in the centre of the Algarve resort makes the same plaintive plea for “Madeleine and all missing children and their families”.

Kate McCann, the girl’s mother, is sometimes there to hear them. She has made a series of secret trips back to the village, staying with the local Anglican priest and his wife. Shunning the limelight, she goes alone, leaving behind her husband Gerry and their twins, toddlers at the time of Madeleine’s disappearance but now old enough to be at school. The public has never been told until now of these solo trips.

But next month, Kate will find herself where she doesn’t really want to be – back in the full glare of the public spotlight. Her book, entitled simply Madeleine, is published on May 12 – the date of Madeleine’s eighth birthday. She was just three when she went missing.

The McCanns hope the book, published with help and guidance from JK Rowling, will re-invigorate the search for Madeleine.

While Gerry McCann has been back at work for more than three years, resuming his career as a heart consultant, Kate has shown no inclination to return to her day job as a GP.

Her life, instead, is devoted to the children, looking after two and trying to find the other. And, for the past six months, she has been writing.

Her book is expected to raise about £1 million for the fund established four years ago to find Madeleine. The money should be enough to pay for private detectives to keep hunting for another two years, the fund having dwindled to £200,000.

Its publication will coincide with a media blitz that will include television interviews in the US, the UK and Portugal. Kate hates being the centre of attention but knows she has to go through with it.

“My reason for writing is simple: to give an account of the truth,” she says. “Publishing this book has been a very difficult decision and is one that we have taken after much deliberation and with a very heavy heart.

“However, with the depletion of Madeleine’s Fund, the decision has been taken out of our hands. Every penny we raise through its sales will be spent on our search for Madeleine. Nothing is more important to us than finding our little girl.”

Close friends say there is nothing this deeply private woman would like more than to avoid the limelight.

Kate has made at least two secret trips to Praia da Luz in the past 12 months. She stayed with Haynes Hubbard, the Anglican priest in the village, and his wife, Susan, who is now a close friend.

“Look at her face when you see the television and newspaper pictures,” says Father Hubbard. “She doesn’t enjoy being in front of the camera but she is prepared to do it because it might bring her child back.

“They need money to carry on the investigation. They will never stop looking and that’s why this book has been written. It probably tears them apart to do this but the child is worth it.”

Another close friend says: “She gets strength from being in the area where Madeleine went missing. I don’t get the impression it is some kind of pilgrimage. It is not like she stands outside the apartment in tears.”

Kate has spent the past six months – when not caring for her two other children Sean and Amelie – shut away in her study writing Madeleine. She has had help from the highest authorities. JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series and a supporter of the fund, has helped, including introducing Kate to her agent, Christopher Little.

The book has been painstakingly produced. Kate has spoken widely to friends and family to make sure her recollection of events is precise. Emma Loach, the daughter of the film-maker Ken Loach, has also become a close friend and adviser. She has made two television documentaries about the McCanns, and is a regular visitor to the McCanns’ home in Rothley in Leicestershire.

There has also been input from the Tapas Seven, the group of friends on holiday with the McCanns when Madeleine was abducted on the evening of May 3, 2007. They were dining with the McCanns when Madeleine vanished and have stayed loyal throughout.

The libel law firm Carter Ruck has been through the manuscript. Friends and acquaintances suggest that Kate will “want to settle scores” – particularly with the Portuguese police, who investigated the disappearance and became convinced, wrongly, the child’s parents were involved.

“She does not forgive what they put her through,” says one friend. “Kate is a strong woman and she knows what is right and what is wrong.”

After they were made arguidos – or suspects – back in September 2007 the McCanns finally left Portugal and returned to Rothley. Their arguido status was lifted about a year later. The only other person named arguido – a local man, Robert Murat – was also exonerated by the police at the same time.

Gerry returned to his job at a Leicestershire teaching hospital a little over a month later. Though supremely hard-working, he is, of course, still deeply committed to finding his daughter and active in overseeing the fund.

“Gerry is very much the bread-winner while Kate, when not looking after the twins, spends most of her day on the campaign side,” says a close friend, adding: “The book has taken up all her time. It is a cathartic exercise.”

The couple remain close. Kate is the more devout, attending mass at her local church most Sundays, with their twins, now aged six. Gerry attends, too, if he is not working.

“She hasn’t given up hope,” says the local priest, Father Keith Tomlinson. “Obviously life has been so, so hard but she is a strong character.”

The village has been protective and Kate feels comfortable in and around the area. “She doesn’t like going to London,” says a friend. “They get stared at out of ghoulish curiosity and she finds that very uncomfortable. They are famous for all the wrong reasons.”

The pair are both early risers and fitness fanatics. Gerry often cycles the five miles to work while Kate, who was often photographed in Praia da Luz out jogging, remains a keen runner. Their new-build house, in a cul-de-sac, is described as “immaculate but lived in”, the walls filled with photographs of the children. There are other poignant reminders of their missing daughter, such as a poster of handprints hanging in the lounge, which was made by school children in Praia da Luz and given to Kate and Gerry as a goodwill gesture.

Upstairs, Madeleine’s bedroom has remained largely untouched. Occasionally birthday and Christmas presents sent to her are put there, unopened, awaiting her return. The bedroom is largely off limits to guests and Kate and Gerry have resisted all offers from the media to open it up for photographs and filming. “Don’t get the idea the room is some kind of shrine to Madeleine,” warns a family friend. “Kate and Gerry are sensitive about the bedroom. It is still Madeleine’s room and it hasn’t changed.”

The hunt for Madeleine has been going on for four years now. The Portuguese police began the search but from the outside it felt half-hearted, quickly abandoned as detectives there grew convinced that, first, the little girl was dead and then, even worse, that the parents were somehow involved.

In desperation and using money raised by the public and through benefactors, the McCanns hired one set of detectives after another. Privately there is an admission the money has not always been wisely spent, though the couple are happy with the team in place now.

One detective agency, based in Spain, promised to have Madeleine back by Christmas – that was in 2007 – while another, Kevin Halligan, was arrested – after being awarded a £500,000 contract to find Madeleine – for widespread fraud.

The new operation is said to be more professional but hamstrung by a lack of resources and without the weight of the local police behind it. Sources say there are no obvious leads currently, though surveillance operations are mounted from time to time in Portugal and beyond.

The book may be one last push to find the girl. Kate and Gerry take heart from stories every now and then of missing children who suddenly turn up alive – such as Jaycee Dugard in the US and Natascha Kampusch in Austria.

“We are hopeful that this book may help the investigation to find Madeleine,” says Gerry. “Our hope is that it may prompt those who have relevant information to come forward and share it with our team.

“Somebody holds that key piece of the jigsaw.”

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Post by aiyoyo on 10.04.11 13:35

The libel law firm Carter Ruck has been through the manuscript. Friends
and acquaintances suggest that Kate will “want to settle scores” –
particularly with the Portuguese police, who investigated the
disappearance and became convinced, wrongly, the child’s parents were
involved.
“She does not forgive what they put her through,” says one
friend. “Kate is a strong woman and she knows what is right and what is
wrong.”

As I suspect all along, their book is about settling scores with the PJ and they have conceded this via their friends nd acquaintances. Wonder why they didnt sue the PJ?

No only they didnt cooperate with PJ they fled, now they want to get even?
No wonder their book is going to Portugal. Maybe they are sending Amaral a complimentary copy then!

Is Portugal preparing itself?
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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 10.04.11 13:44

“Kate is a strong woman and she knows what is right and what is wrong.”

She can't know what's right and what's wrong otherwise why leave all the children alone every night?
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Post by aiyoyo on 10.04.11 13:49

If she doesnt want limelight why talk to the Press?

The journalist didnt do this piece by plucking info out of thin air?
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Post by aiyoyo on 10.04.11 13:52

“Don’t get the idea the room is some kind of shrine to Madeleine,”
warns a family friend. “Kate and Gerry are sensitive about the bedroom.
It is still Madeleine’s room and it hasn’t changed.”

Look who gives the idea of the room being a shrine!!

Another Foot in Mouth comment.
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Post by aiyoyo on 10.04.11 14:00

Kate has made at least two secret trips to Praia
da Luz in the past 12 months. She stayed with Haynes Hubbard, the
Anglican priest in the village, and his wife, Susan, who is now a close
friend.

Werent the trips secret because they were there about their litigation and injunction against Amaral?
Certainly wasnt about her going to church for maddie.
Well, even though this piece of arti is full of half lies there's plenty damaging stuff about mccanns in it.
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Post by ufercoffy on 10.04.11 15:26

Tony Bennett wrote:In desperation and using money raised by the public and through benefactors, the McCanns hired one set of detectives after another. Privately there is an admission the money has not always been wisely spent, though the couple are happy with the team in place now.

This would be the dicks who believe Madeleine is in a secret lair in PDL but haven't been there to look for her?

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Post by PeterMac on 10.04.11 18:15

"Upstairs, Madeleine’s bedroom has remained largely untouched. EDIT. The bedroom is largely off limits to guests and Kate and Gerry have resisted all offers from the media to open it up for photographs and filming."
Is this in fact where the money is being kept ? All those infamous Mitchell brown paper envelopes, addressed to McCann, Rothley. Where the cash from the Liverpool event was stored before being counted, ( and which then had to be hurriedly counted again because obviously someone had given more in one donation than their first public statement, and Yes - we do all remember that shameful episode, Clarence !)

And do our eyes deceive us - the McCanns have resisted all offers from the media ...

This whole article needs de-constructing, line by line, preposterous statement by preposterous statement, just like Mr Bennett did to the one about the Angolan bouncer.
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Please do it Mr Mac, please cast a police officers eye over it and tell us what you see. as though you were still CID

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Post by listener on 11.04.11 0:50

Get 'em Gonçalo wrote:
“Kate is a strong woman and she knows what is right and what is wrong.”

She can't know what's right and what's wrong otherwise why leave all the children alone every night?

EXACTLY

Why did the media immedietly back the wrong side?
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Post by aiyoyo on 11.04.11 3:10

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And do our eyes deceive us - the McCanns have resisted all offers from the media ...


Up to now at least, BUT wait till their book flops and the Fund low, On verra!

The key point in this particular announcement is they've had offers.
They're preparing the public for more of their saga, like a serialisation of their mcdrama.
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quote="Tony Bennett"]http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/8440440/Hunt-for-Madeleine-McCann-the-next-chapter.html


Four years on, they still say prayers for Madeleine McCann in Praia da Luz.

Each
week, the church in the centre of the Algarve resort makes the same
plaintive plea for “Madeleine and all missing children and their
families”.

Kate McCann, the girl’s mother, is sometimes there to hear them. She has made a series of secret trips back to the village, staying with the local Anglican priest and his wife. Shunning the limelight, she goes alone, leaving behind her husband Gerry and their twins, toddlers at the time of Madeleine’s disappearance but now old enough to be at school. The public has never been told until now of these solo trips.

Why do the public need to be told belatedly about her solo trips?

But next month, Kate will find herself where she doesn’t really want to be – back in the full glare of the public spotlight.
Her book, entitled simply Madeleine, is published on May 12 – the date
of Madeleine’s eighth birthday. She was just three when she went
missing.

Another load of manure. If she doesnt like the spotlight she should stop talking to the press and start talking to the Police.

The McCanns hope the book, published with help and guidance from JK Rowling, will re-invigorate the search for Madeleine.

What sort of help? Use of her publisher?
If help from JK Rowling could reinvigorate the search why didnt they approach her earlier?
Why only now 4 years later? Is
a magic wand going to be waved, and VOILA Maddie will appear
miraculously out of thin air? This is not fantasy fiction tale is it?
Or they would still have us believe it is?

While Gerry McCann has been back at work for more than three years, resuming his career as a heart consultant, Kate has shown no inclination to return to her day job as a GP.

Has she been called out ad hoc to attend to corpses
after her return by chance? She certainly saw plenty pre her trip, so
why was her service suddently redundant post her return? Or no one in
her area died even since?


Her life, instead, is devoted to the children, looking after
two and trying to find the other. And, for the past six months, she has
been writing.

Her book is expected to raise about £1 million for the fund established four years ago to find Madeleine. The money should be enough to pay for private detectives to keep hunting for another two years, the fund having dwindled to £200,000.

The public been told set after set of detectives
were hired and plenty more fund needed for the continuation but never
ever told of their findings (if any) and results of their work.
The earlier set came up with emptry promises and the latterly set produced bizarre sightings and nothing else. The public werent even told the very basic of whether leads were followed up or how many useful leads they got. Yet periodically the public were fed their scams in the Press - utterly SHOCKING! Their detectives should appear from time to
time in public to make appeals, that's the v least they could do to
show donating public who are the PIs working for them and that they mean
business.


Its publication will coincide with a media blitz that will include television interviews in the US, the UK and Portugal. Kate hates being the centre of attention but knows she has to go through with it.

Wont do book signing BUT will do a series of media blitz & interviews in those country..and
worded as though Kate will be absolutely dragged by her hair protesting
screaming and shouting onto airplanes then TV stations; and that no
money or conditions changed hands beforehand. Are people blind by their
generous spread of bull's dung?
Er...definitely NOT.


“My
reason for writing is simple: to give an account of the truth,” she
says. “Publishing this book has been a very difficult decision and is
one that we have taken after much deliberation and with a very heavy
heart.

Should have given the only truthful account to
Police from day ONE, not wait 4-years later to give just 'an account'!
Which one will 'it' (an account) be this time? And how many accounts
does she have stored up her sleeves?
People
are told this will be an account scatching the Police particularly PJs,
so why is this labelled her 'memoir'? Is her life or life history only
about settling scores with Police?

“However, with the depletion of Madeleine’s Fund, the
decision has been taken out of our hands. Every penny we raise through
its sales will be spent on our search for Madeleine. Nothing is more
important to us than finding our little girl.”

Empty words are useless...show people transparent
accountings, and that none of the money was spent on travels and legal
costs and goodness knows what else. What fraction goes to which? By all
accounts, the legal costs, publicity campaigns and travels took up a
lion share (in that order) of the fund ...so how can they justify their
statements: used to search for Maddie? Do legal costs suing people left
right centre constitute 'SEARCH'?


Close friends say there is nothing this deeply private woman would like more than to avoid the limelight.

Kate has made at least
two secret trips to Praia da Luz in the past 12 months. She stayed with
Haynes Hubbard, the Anglican priest in the village, and his wife,
Susan, who is now a close friend.

OH, like Haynes Hubbard and spouse didnt know Kate
before, they were strangers who were extended extensive help and now
post Madeleine became very close friends....yeah pigs will fly first!


“Look
at her face when you see the television and newspaper pictures,” says
Father Hubbard. “She doesn’t enjoy being in front of the camera but she
is prepared to do it because it might bring her child back.

This is the damnest statement yet! If her personal
appearance will bring back Maddie, rounds and rounds of signing in
countries where their book will appear should do the trick marvellously -
what's stopping her? Is Priest Hubbard suggesting that anti abduction
theoristsare are far and widely spread out that they are all over USA
and Portugal as well?
So there's simply NO TRUTH to the mccanns' proclamation that their disbelievers are down to a few minority then?

“They
need money to carry on the investigation. They will never stop looking
and that’s why this book has been written. It probably tears them apart
to do this but the child is worth it.”

Yeah, 4 years down the line when the Fund is depleted THEN they consider the child is worth it!! And so before that it just wasnt worth it even if it means they'd to scale down their material comforts?
Either you are desperate to find the child or you're not - its not and
should not be pegged to public donated Fund! By definition they are
saying once the fund is gone...so will their search ie they will no
longer search for her once the fund is kaput. In short, their search
for Maddie is pegged to the FUND, effectively reducing her to a
commodity.

Another close friend says:
“She gets strength from being in the area where Madeleine went missing. I
don’t get the impression it is some kind of pilgrimage. It is not like
she stands outside the apartment in tears.”

Look who put words in our mouths 'it's a pilgrimage' - who would ever think of paying pilgrimage to a 'live' child?

Kate has spent the past six months – when not caring for her two other children Sean and Amelie – shut away in her study writing Madeleine. She has had help from the highest authorities. JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series and a supporter of the fund, has helped, including introducing Kate to her agent, Christopher Little.

She must get plenty tips on how to exeggerate the fantasy fictional characters turning them into the
voldermort, haggrit and wizards of dark arts, otherwise I fail to see
how RK Rowlings can contribute constructively when she wasnt there and
didnt know the circumstances nor aspects of the investigations.


The book has been painstakingly produced. Kate has spoken widely to friends and family to make sure her recollection of events is precise. Emma
Loach, the daughter of the film-maker Ken Loach, has also become a
close friend and adviser. She has made two television documentaries
about the McCanns, and is a regular visitor to the McCanns’ home in
Rothley in Leicestershire.


There is a Chinese Whisper going round that Emma Loach is the 'ghost writer'.
Dont be too surprised said film maker turns the
book into enid blyton type fictional adventures - would it be the
adventure of 'magical Seven' or 'magnificient Nine
' and their Private Detectives? There is certainly caves involved in the scenes (and maybe a few barking dogs if they dare push it that far)!


There has also been input from the Tapas Seven, the group of friends
on holiday with the McCanns when Madeleine was abducted on the evening
of May 3, 2007. They were dining with the McCanns when Madeleine
vanished and have stayed loyal throughout.

The libel law firm Carter Ruck has been through the manuscript. Friends and acquaintances suggest that Kate will “want to settle scores”
– particularly with the Portuguese police, who investigated the
disappearance and became convinced, wrongly, the child’s parents were
involved.

How many authors sent their manuscript to libel lawyers if they're confident and truthful of the authenticity of their truthful account?

“She does not forgive what they put her through,” says
one friend. “Kate is a strong woman and she knows what is right and what
is wrong.”

She didnt - she thought leaving her children alone
while she dined and wined out of sight was within boundary of
responsible parenting! Never mind not forgiving the Police. She's the
one who lost her own child through neglect - has she forgiven herself
over that?

After they were made arguidos – or suspects – back in
September 2007 the McCanns finally left Portugal and returned to
Rothley. Their arguido status was lifted about a year later. The only
other person named arguido – a local man, Robert Murat – was also exonerated by the police at the same time.

Nice try! yeah, and we are all devoid of functioning brain cells....they wished!

Gerry returned to his job at a Leicestershire teaching hospital a
little over a month later. Though supremely hard-working, he is, of
course, still deeply committed to finding his daughter and active in
overseeing the fund.

The phrase that jumps out of this sentence is
"Gerry is active in overseeing the fund.' Bet he's counting the pennies
under his bed every night!

“Gerry is very much the bread-winner while Kate, when not looking after the twins, spends most of her day on the campaign side,” says a close friend, adding: “The book has taken up all her time. It is a cathartic exercise.”

The
couple remain close. Kate is the more devout, attending mass at her
local church most Sundays, with their twins, now aged six. Gerry
attends, too, if he is not working.

Who raised the 'closeness' question - was it ever an issue that is needs reinforcing?

“She hasn’t given up hope,” says the local priest,
Father Keith Tomlinson. “Obviously life has been so, so hard but she is a
strong character.”

The village has been protective and Kate
feels comfortable in and around the area. “She doesn’t like going to
London,” says a friend. “They get stared at out of ghoulish curiosity
and she finds that very uncomfortable. They are famous for all the wrong reasons.”

What did they expect? People to fawn over them instead of ghoulish curiosity stare? And they think they are 'famous'?

The
pair are both early risers and fitness fanatics. Gerry often cycles the
five miles to work while Kate, who was often photographed in Praia da
Luz out jogging, remains a keen runner. Their new-build house, in a
cul-de-sac, is described as “immaculate but lived in”, the
walls filled with photographs of the children. There are other poignant
reminders of their missing daughter, such as a poster of handprints
hanging in the lounge, which was made by school children in Praia da Luz
and given to Kate and Gerry as a goodwill gesture.

PHEW, what a relief the house is lived in -
otherwise people cannot be fault for thinking the twins are bannished to
their room or corner and out of sight all the time.
An immaculate house reflects the inhahitants; and houses with children
can never really be immaculate unless controlled by freaks. I know
because I have been through it and I have maids yet my house is never
immaculate, especially when you have young children living in it.

Upstairs, Madeleine’s bedroom has remained largely
untouched. Occasionally birthday and Christmas presents sent to her are
put there, unopened, awaiting her return. The bedroom is largely off
limits to guests and Kate and Gerry have resisted all offers from the
media to open it up for photographs and filming. “Don’t get the idea the
room is some kind of shrine to Madeleine,” warns a family friend. “Kate
and Gerry are sensitive about the bedroom. It is still Madeleine’s room
and it hasn’t changed.”

WOW, this 'shrine' will be opened if the money
offer is right, it will all come down to a price tag if the mccanns
continue to remain 'current news'.



The hunt for Madeleine has been going on for four years now. The Portuguese police began the search but from the outside it
felt half-hearted, quickly abandoned as detectives there grew convinced
that, first, the little girl was dead and then, even worse, that the
parents were somehow involved.


That will the crux of their account!

In
desperation and using money raised by the public and through
benefactors, the McCanns hired one set of detectives after another. Privately
there is an admission the money has not always been wisely spent,
though the couple are happy with the team in place now.


One
detective agency, based in Spain, promised to have Madeleine back by
Christmas – that was in 2007 – while another, Kevin Halligan, was
arrested – after being awarded a £500,000 contract to find Madeleine –
for widespread fraud.

The new operation is said to be more professional but hamstrung by a lack of resources and without the weight of the local police behind it. Sources say there are no obvious leads currently, though surveillance operations are mounted from time to time in Portugal and beyond.

Which begs the questions:
Why throw money at 'no obvious leads'
?
Why are public incessantly asked to donate for them
to send detectives to Portugal and yonder to mount useless surveillance
operations?
Why are they allowed to scam people?

The book may be one last push to find the girl. Kate and Gerry take
heart from stories every now and then of missing children who suddenly
turn up alive – such as Jaycee Dugard in the US and Natascha Kampusch in
Austria.

Hey, these children who suddenly turned up are not found by turning the pages.

“We
are hopeful that this book may help the investigation to find
Madeleine,” says Gerry. “Our hope is that it may prompt those who have
relevant information to come forward and share it with our team.

“Somebody holds that key piece of the jigsaw.”

What an utter load of craps! You dont wait 4 years to write a book if you think the book is the solution to solve it.
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