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"The search for Madeleine McCann, or any child, should be above politics"

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Re: "The search for Madeleine McCann, or any child, should be above politics"

Post by Rasputin on Sat 22 Mar 2014 - 12:11

Do we know anyone who might have taken her -the child, the body- to Donegal?

Hmmm?...a family contact with a mode of transport to Ireland ...well there was " yer man Mick McCann from the banks of the Bann was the skipper on the Irish Rover " ....( sorry , couldn'tresist ! )

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Post by ultimaThule on Sat 22 Mar 2014 - 14:29

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:I see that Paddy was one of the people who reported the miraculous attendance of great-uncle Hughie on that Easter visit to Donegal in 2007 - quite an achievement for a man who died in 1999.  

Ah to be sure t'was no fault of Joe Peoples that he buried great-uncle Hughie prematurely after he'd been taken with a drop too much the dropsy that night in McCanns in 1999, NFWTD, and, to be fair to Joe, as soon as he realised his mistake he dug him up in time for the grand occasion of the wee dote's visit to Donegal at Easter 2007 with 27 or 49 members of her loving family. 

Is Donegal twinned with Burgau? If not, maybe that renowned tenant landlord, undertaker, and committee man, Joe Peoples, will make the necessary proposal to establish a link between the two towns.
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Post by Guest on Sat 22 Mar 2014 - 15:02

Joe Peoples is also an undertaker? I missed that ...
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Post by Guest on Sat 22 Mar 2014 - 15:08

Indeed yes but it isn't certain that he's one and the same man. However, I gather that in small towns in Ireland it's not unusual for the local publican to be an undertaker too - seriously!

There's also a high ranking officer at Donegal County Council called Joe Peoples.

I had never ever heard this as a surname before but apparently it is common in Ireland.
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Post by kimHager on Sat 22 Mar 2014 - 19:58

Perfect timing for an article like that.... Sounds like TM are getting desperate to get more sympathy or fund money I spose they go hand in hand.... I'm curious as to why he would bring up that vacation anyway as I didn't think it was connected in any way to the vacation in Portugal but it is strange when you think about it, why all the vacations in such a short time and why would the police there be in on the investigation unless there is a connection that isn't being brought out in the open. Would take money to go on holiday after holiday it just leaves me with too many questions...

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Post by coati mundi on Sat 22 Mar 2014 - 20:18

I have to to come out as Irish here (as remarks from Irish people have been requested). I don't live over there, so I don't know about this g*bsh*te, but I do know that he is, as a fellow Irishman once memorably said about somone, "Dancing to the music of bollo*ology). Fill in the asterixes to taste.

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Post by ultimaThule on Sat 22 Mar 2014 - 23:43

@kimHager wrote:Perfect timing for an article like that.... Sounds like TM are getting desperate to get more sympathy or fund money I spose they go hand in hand.... I'm curious as to why he would bring up that vacation anyway as I didn't think it was connected in any way to the vacation in Portugal but it is strange when you think about it, why all the vacations in such a short time and why would the police there be in on the investigation unless there is a connection that isn't being brought out in the open. Would take money to go on holiday after holiday it just leaves me with too many questions...
On the very same Easter weekend that Dr & Mrs McCann, who was making her first visit to the land of her spouse's forefathers, their 3 year old daughter and their 2 year old twins were in Donegal, where Madeleine memorably insisted on plunging into the icy cold waters off the north west coast of Ireland without her waterwings, a bar owner in the Algarve is prepared to swear that he saw them on a Portuguese beach.

However, given that the McCanns were in the company of 27 or 49 of their relatives, it would seem unlikely they were anywhere near Burgau in Portugal at Easter 2007, wouldn't it?
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Post by kimHager on Mon 24 Mar 2014 - 2:09

ultimaThule so who is telling the truth... To be honest with The Mcscams involved I do not believe in the stories they come up with. It does seem unlikely they would go from one holiday to another but if they were in Burgau...they needed the Donegal holiday as a cover up for it. I didn't know about the bartender who saw them on the beach but people can't be two places at once and it would be hard to forget them.... ultimaThule do you think the bartender is correct in this? Now im not sure what to think but more questions :-\

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