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Post by turnaround on 26.03.12 8:38

Hi everyone. I Got a couple of questions regarding the disappearance. How tall was maddie when she went missing. And how high up was the door handle on the door to the appartment? was is hard to open? I believe the door was unlocked, so it could be a possibility she could exit the door.
The Mcanns were adament she was abducted, but i have a 3 year old and she can open the door here in the UK. I have not been to Portugal so I wouldn't know where they place the door handle and the type of handles used.
Can anyone point me in the right direction.?

Thanks.

Edited for spelling.

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Post by Guest on 26.03.12 17:57

Hi turnaround and welcome,

According to this in the PJ files she was 0.90mt. Details all here..............

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/MADELINE.htm

Photos of the doors etc., can be found on gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk
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Post by Guest on 26.03.12 18:00

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Post by Guest on 26.03.12 18:11

Also on the photographs and memories thread, this post from stewie gives a lot of info and links

Stewie wrote:the photo of madeleine in the storybook cottage has been analysed on truth for madeleine forum and compared to the manufacturer's info on the cottage dimensions

so if door height 41inches, madeleine approx 1 inch shorter = 40 inches. Mccan's say she was 90cm = 35.4 inches



http://www.truthformadeleine.com/pics/storybookcottage.jpg

this is the link to the manufacturer's info:
http://images.step2.com/media/pdfs/766600_info.pdf
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Post by turnaround on 26.03.12 18:42

Thanks Candyfloss.

Having witnessed toddlers waking up in the night at home and more so on holiday, for drinks etc...
I think the last thing I would say if it was me was that my daughter has been abducted.The door is standard, with an easy handle and my brother has the same door in his living room which my niece who is 3 years old can easily open and close. I find The Mcanns insistence odd considering they never looked properly for her first.
But I have just discovered The sniffer dogs foud evidence, so I will look at those files now, thanks.

Great forum here, It good to have everything under one roof so easily available, and to alert people to the corrupt government we have to put up with every day

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Post by turnaround on 26.03.12 19:00

Oh pleaaase! those 2 are guilty as hell. yes They know what happened to her even if they didn't kill her. How can they get out of blood splatters being found on the floor? not to mention 2 cadaver dogs with a nose like a shit house rat???

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Post by russiandoll on 27.03.12 9:53

the absolute certainty about Maddie being unable to leave 5a could only logically be for one of a couple of reasons imo, if there was an unlocked door

she was not there in the first place.
she was there but incapable of movement.

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