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Post by Verdi on 05.04.19 22:09

Later..

In the spring of 2008 – almost a year after Madeleine was last seen – the PJ decided they wanted to conduct a re-enactment in Praia da Luz of the night of 3 May 2007. The participants required were Gerry, me, Fiona, Dave, Jane, Russ, Rachael, Matt, Dianne and Jes Wilkins, to whom Gerry chatted in the street that night just after his last glimpse of Madeleine. They weren’t interested in using actors or stand-ins. So either everyone agreed or the reconstruction wouldn’t go ahead.

Our understanding was that as arguidos, Gerry and I were obliged to attend. The other witnesses received reasonably friendly emails from the PJ, via the British police, inviting them to take part. They were a bit baffled and replied requesting more details about the purpose of this belated re-enactment. It seemed it would not be filmed, or at any rate, not for information-gathering through public broadcast. Our friends had watched, with increasing horror, what had happened to us. If they were suspicious that the PJ might be trying to use them to somehow strengthen a flimsy case against us, or even to implicate one of them, it would be understandable. There were worries, too, about the likelihood of a media furore blowing up around the whole thing, especially as the proposed dates had already been leaked to the newspapers.

The biggest concern, though, for all the witnesses approached, was how a reenactment of the kind the PJ were proposing could actually help to find Madeleine. This question remained unanswered.

madeleine by KATE MCCANN

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Post by worriedmum on 05.04.19 22:11

@Verdi wrote:Apropos of the PJ reconstruction

British consul Bill Henderson and Ambassador John Buck were visiting us on a fairly regular basis and we were seeing the Leicestershire FLOs every day. The flow of information, however, was slow and limited.

The Portuguese police were divulging very little to the British police and vetoing many of their suggestions – bringing out specialist dogs, for example, or staging a reconstruction.

What was forthcoming, particularly in terms of the quality and depth of the investigation, would become increasingly concerning to us. Grounds for elimination, for instance, often seemed very flimsy. I remember Gerry and me exchanging quizzical looks after the FLOs tried to explain how one couple had been ruled out of the inquiry. When we asked them if they were comfortable with this decision, there was an awkward pause before they replied, ‘No, not really.’

madeleine by KATE MCCANN

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I wonder who the couple was...
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Post by Verdi on 06.04.19 0:54

So, in 2007 the McCanns were disgruntled because the PJ weren't pulling their weight, they were secretive and refused to follow the advice of deploying trained dogs and conducting a reconstruction.

Well, when the specialist dogs were deployed only a few weeks later, the McCanns drastically changed their tune,  trained dogs were unreliable - ask Sandra!

The reconstruction the MCanns thought was essential to advance the investigation, they drastically changed their tune one year later when the prospect of a reconstruction became a reality.  

How could either the dogs or a reconstruction assist the search for Madeleine - the fictitious search financed by good honest people who sent their hard earned cash, with all good faith, to a limited company with no accountability other than a moral responsibility?

Simple answer - they couldn't!

What could have helped the investigation into the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann was authoritative acknowledgement of the dogs evidence and participation by the key players in an official reconstruction, as requested by the PJ.

Please don't treat us like a lot of fools.

Madeleine who?

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Post by plebgate on 10.04.19 8:33

Get over to Portugal and answer the 48 questions.   I am astonished that the Met haven't enquired as to why they weren't answered? dontgetit

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Post by Verdi on 10.04.19 16:07

More astonishing still is the very fact that the Met Police have seemingly accepted, without question, the McCann groups witness statements taken in May 2007 - and then the ridiculously planned rogatory interviews in April the following year.

They were said to be 'coordinating and reviewing' all the evidence collated by Portuguese and UK police and the private dicks employed by team McCann. Didn't it occur to them that something was very amiss with the conflicting witness statements and the extraordinary conduct of the hired detectives?

According to former DCI Andy Redwood, they were taking everything back to the beginning - no stone unturned 'n all that. Why didn't they do just that? If Operation Grange was to be a bona-fide review/re-investigation force, why were they so selective?

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Post by Verdi on 18.04.19 12:13

Talking of books .... I'm astonished to discover (haven't checked it out for a very long time) that madeleine by KATE MCCANN is still up for grabs over on Amazon. All those torn genitals and 'effing tossers, by rights it should have been removed from the shelves in May 2011.

 More astonishing still is this review less than a month ago..

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I think Mr Paterson must have been in hibernation over the last twelve years, along with the enigmatic Mr Totman.  Either that or it's a source close to the family.

Take heart good people, you can still be the proud owner of a hardcover 'collectible' from (?) £14.50 or a second-hand edition for 24p - if you don't mind getting your hands dirty!

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Post by plebgate on 19.04.19 10:42

So Mr. Paterson -we have all taken a chance  with our children?.  Well count me out of that because I never have.  What does that even mean?
Twaddle.
 
He will continue to be vigilant for Maddie?

Well good luck with that because thousands of others have been vigilant and nothing has come of it (including police investigations involving 2 countries).  NOTHING - so good luck with your vigilance.

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Post by Verdi on 19.04.19 12:23

This might go by way of explanation..

Why I write fake online reviews

By Matthew Cannon, Francesca Gillett & Patrick Evans BBC News

17 April 2019

"I've learned never to rely on reviews for anything," says Iain Taylor, from East Sussex.

In his spare time and to supplement his income, the 44-year-old says he writes fake reviews online in exchange for money and free products.

"I have written reviews from numbing creams to eBooks to downloadable independent films," he says.

"I think it's bad - but I think everyone's doing it," says Mr Taylor, describing himself as "cynical".

"Since I started doing it I tell my family and friends not to trust reviews.

"If you are going to buy something you should do more research than look at a couple of five-star reviews on Amazon."

He says writers are paid to buy the product and then leave a review, meaning the review can be verified.

https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-47952165


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I keep getting emails to say I have been chosen to test a Dyson vacuum cleaner which I can apparently keep. I delete them obviously.
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