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Open Letter to CHARLOTTE and NAJOUA

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Open Letter to CHARLOTTE and NAJOUA

Post by ufercoffy on 05.04.10 23:16



Although we do not know each other, I feel I know a little about you and your kindness.

How dreadful it must have been for you both to have witnessed such a tragedy. MADELEINE just three years old abducted from her bed. Both of you saw how devastated the McCANNS were. The shock and horror on their faces.

NAJOUA, you mention you only saw MADELEINE to wave hello and you CHARLOTTE were a nanny at the Creche. It must have been hard to find the right words to say to KATE. She also was finding it hard to say the right words to you, or anybody else.

What can you say to a mother in torment as you struggle to understand?
It is now almost three years, we are ALL older and wiser. OLDER, certainly.

CHARLOTTE I have read your witness statement. I have also read an interview you gave to the Daily Mail. I have to admit I am confused by a comment you gave. In the Mail you mention something that you did not mention in your statement.

CHARLOTTE you said you were one of the first in the apartment and the twins WERE NOT THERE.

You said they had already been taken out by one of the McCANN’s friends...

CHARLOTTE, much time has passed. Surely you NOW understand the significance of these words now, if they are true, don’t you?
I do realise the Daily Mail not known for its, shall we say 'Honest' reporting and they may well have twisted your words. But that is what they printed you having said:
“We knew that one of the other nanny's charges was called Maddie. We told the head of department what had happened and she took us straight to the apartment.
There were no children in the room. The twins had been taken out already, I think by one of the McCanns' friends.
When we were coming out we saw Kate and she was screaming: 'They've taken her. They've taken her!”

But it’s not about what was printed or not, but about what you might know.

NAJOUA, you are a stunning young woman with a figure any woman would envy, any man not forget and yet no one seems to remember you on the night Tuesday 1st May 2007.

I have also read your statement to PJ and believe you when you say you were invited by GERRY McCANN to sit at his table.

NAJOUA, it matters not to me, how many people and who was or was not at the table that night. But, it does matter very much WHERE “that” table was, whether you were invited to it or not...

The McCANNS had just lost a child to an evil man, you wanted, like all to help. Not cause the McCANNS any more pain. MADELEINE was kidnapped on Thursday, so what was the difference of where they actually had dinner on Tuesday? A detail with little or no importance to the effort of capturing the person that had taken MADELEINE.

Everyone wanted to help the McCANNS and do and SAY the right thing to ease their pain. They had lost a child and if they asked for certain things not to be mentioned because THAT would cause more problems. Unnecessary ones, so who would NOT agree to do all they can? MADELEINE was missing and that’s all that mattered, she must be found.

NAJOUA, by now you know that the couple you so kindly helped, phoned family and friends to tell them of a smashed and jemmied window. This, you now also now, was NOT TRUE, there was NO evidence of a break in.

I’m sure, that by now, you have asked yourself many times why would they lie?

And, I’m sure that you’ve asked yourself why they asked you to say to the Police that you were with them Tuesday night.

I now ask you both, CHARLOTTE and NAJOUA, to think and search your hearts for what is right. MADELEINE, what would have been her seventh birthday approaches. Seven candles on a cake waiting for the Birthday Girl to blow them out. The birthday girl that should be laughing and playing in the warm sunshine. A little girl tired after an exciting day, brushes her teeth and is ready for bed. She may well even say 'Mummy I have had the best day ever'

I ask you both as the warm and loving young ladies I know you to be, if there is something that now makes you uncomfortable with. Something you felt pressured, or convinced, to say, something that was not quite true.

No one wants to see any of you accused of anything, what we ask is for the case to be re opened and the PJ allowed to do their job.

I ask you both to only think of MADELEINE. She was ONLY three years old. LOOK into her eyes and if you feel uncomfortable with something you have said, no matter how small I beg you to speak out.

You had nothing to do with MADELEINE having disappeared, and yet you carry a burden. It’s time, I beg, to take that weight off your shoulders.

Details are so very important. A small detail twisted may have harmed the investigation and the search for MADELEINE.

Maybe one, or both, of you can help and UNTURN some of those stones GERRY McCANN talks so often about.

I know the authorities seem a little too permeable, and that that such an effort would not only be useless as would also seem bring back needless problems and haunting memories.

Either of you can, if you wish to do so, drop us a line in the comment box. Just highlight that it’s not for publication, and it will not be published. And that goes for anyone out there who feels they can help. We promise that we’ll direct that information to those we know to be trustworthy.

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Re: Open Letter to CHARLOTTE and NAJOUA

Post by aquila on 15.07.13 6:47

Thought I'd bump this excellent piece from the late IRONSIDE.

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Re: Open Letter to CHARLOTTE and NAJOUA

Post by aquila on 15.07.13 8:03

Charlotte Pennington as a witness is worth looking at imo.

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Re: Open Letter to CHARLOTTE and NAJOUA

Post by tigger on 15.07.13 8:26

@aquila wrote:Charlotte Pennington as a witness is worth looking at imo.

So is this extensive topic. CP seemed to be everywhere that night. But she wasn't Maddie's nanny, she was a nanny at the baby club. Yet she also read Maddie a story that day.

So, what did she see?

She says was there with Madeleine at the kid's club on 03 May 2007, the day of Maddie's disappearance. Thus providing herself as an 'independent' witness to the fact that Madeleine was still alive on 03 May 2007.

She was there, inside the McCanns' apartment, within five minutes of the alarm being raised, and claims to have witnessed both Kate McCanns' emotional state and the words spoken. Thus supporting the belief that this was the time of the abduction and that Kate could not have acted that amount of grief.

She was there to see Robert Murat hanging around the Ocean Club. Thus supporting the McCanns', particularly Kate's, desire to imply that Murat was involved in some way. It was reported, on 27 January 2008, that they believe he may have acted as a 'look-out' for a gang of paedophiles.

She was there to see Robert Murat speaking with a suspicious looking man, the following day at the local supermarket, who now appears to match the description and artist's impression produced for Gail Cooper's 'Creepyman'. Thus further connecting Murat with an 'abduction'.

And, finally, she was there to see a suspicious man kicking something in a boat, 2 days after Madeleine's disappearance. Thus supporting one of the McCanns' theories that the abductor escaped by water - probably to Morocco.

But do Charlotte Pennington's crucial testimonies stand up to scrutiny? Unfortunately, like a great deal of this case, they are riddled with inconsistencies.

Pennington, who also works as a part-time actress - having briefly played the part of Libby Bailey in the New Zealand soap 'Shortland Street' - would be familiar with the need to arrive on cue.

But then, as we all know, sometimes actors get their lines wrong...
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