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Post by Verdi on 28.08.20 0:59

Why did I think Madeleine had been alive when she was taken from the apartment? they persisted. I explained between sobs that there had been nothing to suggest otherwise; no indication that she might have come to harm. Had I ever considered that she may be dead? Yes, of course. Early on that was all I thought, all the time: that some paedophile had grabbed her, abused her and later killed her. Then I’d begun to wonder if she was being held by pornographers, I told them, or had been taken for someone who wanted a child.

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Post by Secondthoughts2 on 29.08.20 1:08

Did she ever consider that someone closer to home - one of those who allegedly checked on her children - could be a possible suspect?  I say one of those...Was it only Oldfield (Kate's running partner)who agreed to put his neck on the line and say he'd gone into the apartment to check on the children?

Odd if she didn't!  When a child goes missing, everyone and anyone, from strangers to those closest to the child being potential suspects...more so those closest!

In case of Madeleine's disappearance - Dr Kate's friends, those who checked and those who didn't, but knew children were alone in unlocked apartment - top of the list of suspects!  Easier for one/two/three of them (Kate and Gerry also) to have been part of making Madeleine vanish than any burglar with only a couple minutes if that, to perform his magic vanishing act.

Dr Kate:

"They've been watching us over a matter of days, I'm sure, you know, they know, you know, they must have known that Gerry had just been into the apartment and then___you're right, there was only a SMALL window of opportunity, but you know."

That doesn't make sense.  I thought Gerry had said the door to the bedroom was not as he'd left it, that it was more open, also,  that he later thought that the abductor was in the apartment when he checked on the kids?

Kate says differently.  According to her theory/version/story the burglar/abductor watched Gerry leave the apartment before making his move, and having only a small window of opportunity to get in and out with Madeleine.

So from what she says, do we rule out a burglar?  A burglar watching them for days on end, would know there were kids in the apartment - would know there were all of these so called checks on the children.

Only a burglar who was stark raving bonkers would think 5A was the ideal apartment to rob with Oldfield/Tanner/McCann/O'Brien all floating around the front door entrances - and an apartment full of young children!

And only a person who knows what became of Madeleine would make up such a ridiculous story as wot our Dr Kate did for this Panorama Documentary!

And any burglar worth his salt who sees parents/people leave an apartment unlocked every night knows there is nothing of material value worth pinching - and he's not going to risk bunch kids waking up/being caught for anything less than the crown jewels!

So, if not a burglar - a paedophile is where she is laying the blame for making her child vanish?

A paedophile with a small window of opportunity as Dr Kate tells us.
A paedophile who broke a shutter and climbed in a window, and left by the window/the door/which door?

Question - Did the paedophile who watched for days on end KNOW which room Madeleine would be in?

What if she was in the parents room?  What if all children were in parents room?

How was a paedophile to know where the children slept?

If he'd been watching he'd have known, (according to Kate and Gerry) that the patio door was unlocked,  and that with only a small window of opportunity available to him - and to save him time - that it would have been easier quicker/quieter going in through the patio door, than jemmying open a shutter, breaking open a window, climbing through it, to snatch a child who for all he knew, might not even have been in that room, then he'd have to have gone through the apartment to look see where she was sleeping!

Was it Madeleine, he wanted, and no other little girl would do?  Why?

Why not Amelie?  If he'd gone in through the window, he'd have reached Amelie'es cot before he'd have reached Madeleine's bed!

Not the brightest burglar/paedophile on the planet - and after all that surveillance for days on end! 

13 years on and the Met Police still haven't smelt a rat.
13 years on and the McCanns have never complained about the investigation by the Met?

Smell a rat anyone?
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Post by Verdi on 19.09.20 1:31

A German paedophile is born..

The European Campaign

We chose Spain first, as it is so close to Portugal. After the British and Irish, most other visitors to the Algarve are German or Dutch, so we added Berlin and Amsterdam to the itinerary.

Our schedule in Berlin looked a bit daunting, but in the event everything ran incredibly smoothly. Admirable German efficiency! After a television interview, we were off to meet the ambassador, Peter Torry, a nice man with three daughters of his own.
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As we waited to hear from the Spanish authorities we were joined by two German specialist kidnap officers. The whole team oozed professionalism and experience, which sustained Gerry and me as the minutes ticked slowly by.
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Our visits to Spain, Germany, the Netherlands and Morocco had given us a glimpse of the massive scale of the problems of child abduction, trafficking and exploitation, and we felt we must broaden the scope of our campaign to embrace all the victims of these terrible crimes.


Night after night, I read of depraved individuals, British paedophiles, Portuguese paedophiles, Spanish, Dutch and German paedophiles, and of the horrific crimes they’d committed. The police went to visit some of them, looked around their apartments and recorded merely, ‘No sign of the minor.’ Was that enough to eliminate these vile characters from the inquiry? If more had been done, there was certainly nothing in the files about it. No description, no photograph, no alibi, no DNA. Just ‘No sign of the minor.’

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Post by Verdi on 23.09.20 2:14

In the meantime, the search for Madeleine goes on. Sean and Amelie often talk about how their sister might escape, how we could rescue her and what they would do to the ‘naughty man’ who stole her. Once they suggested, ‘Maybe we should tell the police that Madeleine is missing and ask them to help us, too.’ Quite.

Since the autumn of 2007 our connection with Leicestershire police has dwindled and that makes me sad. Their officers worked so hard on Madeleine’s behalf and we know they’ll rejoice if and when we find her. The Leicestershire force still takes the line that they’ll pass on any relevant information to the Portuguese authorities. While this is all that is legally expected of them, we’d hoped for much more.

They have been placed in a difficult position, we acknowledge that, but we have not been prepared to accept the platitude that work in Portimão continues when we know this is not the case. Of course, every police force in the UK, and many beyond, have assisted in the search for Madeleine and for this we are extremely thankful. We are particularly grateful to Jim Gamble and the team at CEOP for the initiatives they have developed with us to help keep Madeleine’s abduction in the forefront of the public consciousness.

But a harsh fact remains. Since July 2008, there has been no police force anywhere actively investigating what has happened to Madeleine. We are the only people looking for her.

madeleine by KATE MCCANN

This makes me so angry.

Firstly you do not, I repeat do not, use your remaining two children to fight your corner.

Then, Jim Gamble if working in a professional capacity, should not be assisting the two prime suspects in any way whatsoever.  If officially involved, he should be working with the police, he should keep his distance, not fraternize with the suspects.

Madeleine McCann was not abducted - at least not in the true sense of the word.  Removed from the crime scene would be a more appropriate term of phrase - that opens doors to a realistic approach to an otherwise clouded delusion.

Finally, you were/are not the only people looking for 'her' Ms McCann.  You have never 'looked/searched' for your little daughter.  Not even on the night of 3rd/4th May 2007 when after being prostrated by grief, you and your husband and friends were very busy working on your plan of action - your long term agenda.

Clearly you are protected by a higher order than your own insignificant existence so it matters not to you what you write in your defence  but please remember this, do not treat the general public like a bunch of idiots.  It's not appreciated and it won't go away - of that you can be sure.

You have failed your own child monumentally - don't expect us to follow suit.  Someone's got to stand up for your daughter Madeleine and sadly, it ain't going to be you or your husband or your group of friends.

Shame on you!

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Post by PeterMac on 23.09.20 16:40

"Once they suggested, ‘Maybe we should tell the police that Madeleine is missing and ask them to help us, too.’"
in 2007 the twins were 2 years old
The book was published in May 2011. so must have been completed by December 2010, proof read, edited, and prepared for publication, printed, distributed, advertised and everything else involving a Best-Seller

So the twins were then 5

How may 5 year olds do you know who would or could use the subjunctive "maybe we SHOULD"?
I accept that it may be hyperbole or poetic licence, and that all the McCann children are hugely gifted, know the entire oeuvre of the PussyCatDolls by heart, have their favourite episodes from the 860+ Dr Who programmes, (as they reported Madeleine could at age 3 ) and very probably by now speak several languages fluently . . .
but there is absolutely no need to involve other innocent victims
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Post by miffy8 on 23.09.20 17:53

A reasonable question to pose of course and one which precludes them from any knowledge thereof.

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