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Post by Guest Thu May 15, 2014 10:22 pm

By Dr Martin Roberts
14 May 2014




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DCI Redwood and associates from the Metropolitan Police will possibly/probably/definitely/not be revisiting Praia da Luz in the very near future in an attempt to exhume evidence relating to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, no doubt with a view to giving the parents 'closure' by satisfying Kate McCann's recent appeal and 'need to know'. The signs are that the child is being considered dead, even though the court, of which she is still a ward, has yet to 'go firm' on that position.

Returning to the scene of a crime in order to bury the victim is a scenario worthier of 'Fargo' (the original Cohen Brothers film) than anything a child abductor might do in reality. In addition, it can only have been as part of a funeral cortege that a Renault Scenic might have been called upon to drive from outside apartment 5A to a location just a couple of hundred metres distant. Two considerations, then, that mitigate against local pot-holes, sewer ducts etc. representing a place of rest in this case. Notwithstanding the obvious need to 'back-fill' an excavation, however small. No one can have stolen the bucket and spade from 5A with that purpose in mind as Gerry McCann returned to the apartment for it himself on the Saturday. Another factor against is the unlikely possibility that Madeleine died immediately on her removal from the family's apartment. What of? Shock at being exposed to the cold night air? That didn't happen to Crecheman's daughter did it?

Nevertheless the auguries are that Madeleine McCann is no longer with us, for which someone must be responsible, since she did not leave a farewell note.

We have known ever since Operation Grange was just a toddler with ambitions that neither Gerry nor Kate McCann, nor any of their so-called 'Tapas' friends, were persons of interest to the inquiry. Indeed Gerry unequivocally announced once upon a time:

"We have played no part in the disappearance of our lovely daughter Madeleine".

(Note use of the term 'disappearance' here).

Hence Scotland Yard's finest must have someone else in their sights, if they have anyone at all. But even if there were child abductors on every street corner in Portugal (which there clearly are not), none of them are at all likely to have left Madeleine in a shallow grave close by the Ocean Club, which is where DCI Redwood and his men propose to look, as like as not for a body, conceivably in connection with a disappearance rather than an abduction.

Now that should come as something of a relief to the McCanns, who played no part in their daughter's disappearance – no part whatsoever.

So who arranged for Madeleine to 'disappear' without actually abducting her?
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Post by bobbin Fri May 16, 2014 7:48 am

THAT we will never know.   Case closed !!     NEXT !!
A stifled muttering is heard in the background, recorded by Martine Grunt for posterity, but now removed from youtube and protected by a D notice (for the next 2500 years) who by chance was filming a documentary about aspiring (swinging from left to right) members of parliament for the BBC.
"What colour shall we paint the walls next time chief, this 'white' is getting so boring ?"
"Would pink make for a nice change, lads? Got a spare can here, found it on the beach at Brighton when we were using that helicopter to search out dog s**t. Remember that Portuguese policeman calling out "oh Merda" when he found some on Clarence's shoes".  sarcastic
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