Sunday, September 15, 2013

Comments and Link Dump


Himself said...

Good morning Maren.

I thought this might be more convenient for us both.

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Himself said...

That might loosen a few tongues.

Anonymous said...

Or secure. Who knows? M

Good morning H

Wow! Tidy room.

You could have knocked me down with a feather, lol.

They're fucking bonkers, aren't they? Every single one of 'em. They thought a book solves an ongoing criminal case, ffs!

RTd by Heriberto Janosch

Fucking bonkers!

Himself said...


But Madeleine's bed wasn't under the window, it was against the far wall.

Next demo please.

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Anonymous said...

...every one of them taking a nice cut from the corpse that goes on giving.

It’s the cold hard reality, allowed to happen by those pulling the strings.

Goes on giving, therefore goes on protecting.

Just a thought you know H.

Gerry McCann: We are here. We are standing here in front of you. We are visible. The abductor is not.

Portuguese Journalist: The abductor?!

They are visible.

Anonymous said...

Good morning H

Again just a thought. Perhaps Looking for Madeleine (apart from the obvious though foolishly mistaken IMO) was also meant as a lure to promote the sales of their other books, especially The Eleventh Day. M

Summers & Swan‏

Waiting is over! Our latest book covering the #MadeleineMcCann case hits the shelves today.

11 Sept. 2014

Himself said...

07:54 Star man.

09:46 I think you credit them with too many smarts.

New front cover.

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4 Feb 2007

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Feb 23, 2003

Himself said...

Thanks Maren, interesting.

Between you and I, I made quite a few direct inquiries, both email and telephone, to see if I could get the goods on J G, but all to no avail.

By virtue of his job, he would have kept a very low public profile I guess. But he would be dirty, very dirty indeed.

The Six Counties during that period, was a pretty deadly place.

In fact, I think I shall order "The Committee" from the library, and read it again. Like many books, they are often best read a second time and with an inch or two added to the waistline.

Anonymous said...

Hi H. Perhaps this comment doesn’t make sense at all, but one cannot know. The link in first comment in your blog (book) is not from me. But perhaps your answer in third comment wasn’t directed at me at all. Flattered nevertheless of course. M (deluded Chuck)

Anonymous said...

Good morning H


Meanwhile, a Russian Grandma appealed to Barack Obama

Come visit me, be my guest Obama-child. I’ll introduce you to the priest of our village and we will pray for America! I will make you pancakes my child, just don’t make war on people.

If only for colourful interior and geraniums. M

I’m sure Weiss will love the cat (2:18). I don’t do cats, but I love her twitter wallpaper or whatever it is called (amazing cat picture).

Anonymous said...

First comment is not mine H. I'll sign with M in the future, unless it's just information. Maren

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Himself said...


It's probably one conspiracy theory too far, but in light of Brenda's "If I die in dodgy circumstances"

Let us imagine for a moment that the security services were involved from the outset.

Something passes between the SS and McCann?

It wouldn't take but a hint from McCann to set his mindless devotees on the course of action that we know they took.

The Mail and Sky play their part, wittingly or unwittingly?

The ingredients are now in place for an exposed and shamed woman to take her life.

Enter the Security Services in a more physical role.

Game over.

As I say, it's probably a theory too far. Did Brenda's tweets constitute such a threat?

Was she chosen to be made an example of?

Any thoughts?

Anonymous said...

a local death, with friendly local coroner,ex coroner Tomlinson on board of Fund. Local Police (same lot in Praia)Who is the pathologist ? (keep eye out for a certain Professor) Brenda found Sat pm, taken to hospital Sunday, Gezzer works at Glenfield....

Anonymous said...

Perhaps chosen to be made an example of, but with a dramatic turn of events. I’m convinced she wasn’t chosen if they didn’t take her seriously. I think she posed a threat. She does even more now. A heavy burden and unfinished business. M

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RTd by S&S of course.

and they cancel out his reasoning & conclusions! How does that happen? No New evidence! - CadizOranges

Good question, no answer.

Himself said...

Good morning Maren.

I don't know what to say lass. This case was ever sordid, but now, with the death of Brenda, it's tragic, a sordid tragedy.

And still they bicker with the trolls on twitter.

And the latest is what? Plod waiting to go to Portugal again, to achieve God knows what?

I have read the other links, thanks Chuck.

Anonymous said...

Good day H

It is bizarre and so unnecessarily.

Brenda was a proud, very bright [university-educated], articulate and upstanding lady and the thought of a prosecution and a prison sentence hanging over her would have devastated her.

I’ll really miss her, yes she was eccentric and opinionated but she was flamboyant and fun too

A neighbour


A source close to Kate and Gerry said: “Abuse online seems to go in either direction but it has nothing to do with Kate and Gerry. They do not encourage or condone anything online. People seem to say anything they want.”

It has everything to do with Kate and Gerry.

People seem to say anything they want. - Clarence Mitchell aka a source close to Kate and Gerry

"The irony" would be an understatement. M

Anonymous said...

Hi H. Look who's there.
Comment 13 October 2014 12:48

Our one and only uppercase hyphen person.

BPD, that-, for-, celebrity-, ensues-

Sounds desperate, but who doesn't these days. Mx

Himself said...

Good morning Maren.

Remind me again who we are talking about. I would have said Pamela, but I have just checked her Amazon quotes, no hyphens there and she does use paragraphs?

Desperate? Seems odd that I should start getting troll comments after seven years. Nearly as odd as NOT getting troll comments for seven years, which has always been the case.

Whoever it is, if they think they are getting a reaction out of me - fail.

LOL Remind me who gave the book five stars before receiving her copy?

But on a more serious note, listen to Joana.

I would like to disagree with her, but I can't.

Himself said...

Pray pardon, the other link.

Anonymous said...
and several other aliases

Internet therapy. I didn't know you were a shrink H

Anonymous said...
to mention a few

Himself said...

WOW This stuff should be preserved, there is enough here for a dissertation on the subject of . . . . . fill in the blank space.

Brigit Ryan commented

Pat Brown is a narcissistic bitch who hates Kate Mccann because she is much better looking than her, much smarter, much more successful, and MOST of all, because without ever wanting to be a celebrity, she has all the REAL people who matter Interested in HER- while Pat Brown can only get her support from NOBody losers on the net, like HiDeHo4- PAEDOPHILE


totally agree! she is a horrible, nasty, self promoting narcissist. As if a real criminal profiler would do this kind of thing. Not one of them would ever comment on a case that they had not worked on, and did not know every detail of. Even Mr. Amaral has admitted he was WRONG, but not Pat Brown.


Crap! you ignoramous. Do you really think these people aren't smart enough to realise how much worse it would be if they lied about an 'abduction'? Do you really think they would take the risk? They would KNOW that there would be a full on investigation. Do you really think that 7 other people- not all of them the Mccanns close friends, would LIE on their behalf- they had children of their own They wouldn't risk going to jail over someone elses lie! WAKE UP Mccann haters are EVIL

And no, they definitely don't do irony.

Anonymous said...

Suzy Dymock Yes-she may have the "normal" amount of chromosomes, but she's half the human my teenage son with DS is.
9 juni 2012 at 21:58

Suzy Dymock I suspect she has a personality disorder-something that geneticists will be able to test for one day fairly soon I would say. And while I go under "Valueall" on blogs-I'm not so sure I value those such as Chealsea who cause such pain via their abuse and lack of conscience. Might have to change my name.
9 juni 2012 at 22:01

Yes-, disorder-, blogs-

Protest organiser Suzy Dymock said she was kicked out of the meeting when she tried to hand out leaflets containing 11 "facts" about Down syndrome and screening.


Name changed into Josephine Morgan.

Anonymous said...

Local news.

'by the book'

It’s a funny old world.

Good night M

Himself said...

By gum, isn't it just.

Goodnight m'dear.

Anonymous said...

Good evening H

Being outside the UK I was wondering whether I am poisoning your national life or is it just a storm in a teacup.

Unworkable in practice I’d say, job creation nevertheless.

Love from an anonymous stalker. xxx

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Anonymous said...

from a comment

Having this hullabaloo .... confirms that the the collapse of Citius was planned and implemented at a very high level to 'clean' the Portuguese legal system of embarassments. ie lose or alter important documents relevant to important people and cases.

In the Citius chaos of the last few months - some very clever techies will have been roaming round doing their business.


Anonymous said...

The theatrical types around Mr Cameron might ponder the conclusion of the Ring Cycle: Siegfried ends up dead and the kingdom of the gods goes up in smoke. When dealing with Mrs Merkel, realism is surely a better course than romance.

Good morning M

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Himself said...

Mornin' Chuck.

Not a family member I am led to believe.

Himself said...

Copy of email sent to Martin R.

Further our discussion on the properties of aircraft aluminium.

People do write some shite.

In the case of the 757 that hit the Pentagon, one wing hit the building and the other was forced off by the impact with the building’s load-bearing columns. The remains of the plane then entered into the building in a state “closer to a liquid than a solid mass.”

And this dear boy, from a site that hosted two reasonable articles on McCann/Leyland.

Unless of course, it falls into the, so bad it’s good, category? *

I haven’t as yet checked out the rest of the site.

*Nope, Gabrielle Pickard is a regular contributor.

But then, when you look at her sources, Popular Mechanics of all people. Stroll on!

And ‘tis from this bunch of establishment shills, that she draws the: closer to liquid nonsense.

Check out the article comments, not least the writer’s.

Can’t help but wonder how much of the content of Summers and Swan book is attributable to Popular Mechanics?

Anonymous said...

Guten Abend H

Anonymous said...
homesick Texan

Brett Greshko
This article is pretty full of holes, but I can see how it would make sense to people unfamiliar with the "conspiracy theories". They have debunked some of the minor, more outlandish claims. But they disregard a good amount of evidence supporting the claims and directly contradict their own story many times throughout. Not to mention they take into no consideration any of the counter-arguments to these "debunkings".

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Anonymous said...

Thread: The Eleventh Day by Tony Summers and Robbyn Swan

from comment Charles Drago
08-10-2011, 02:07 PM

The authors' mutliple, vicious attacks on David Ray Griffin are most revealing.

I am not suggesting that David Ray Griffin (or, for that matter, James Douglass in the JFK case; I am alone, to the best of my knowledge, among experienced JFK researchers in publicly taking Mr. Douglass to task for at least one failure of deep political judgment: his take on the Chicago non-plot) -- is above criticism.

But as far as Griffin is concerned, Summers and Swan seem to abandon disciplined, informed intellectual argument and get very personal.

Himself said...

Good day my darling.

8 November 2014 21:27

The Youtube vid; stunning!

To watch the construction, was like watching evil spread over the land.

What a truly evil system, and evil is a word I seldom employ.

And then to be treated to the, then and now, truly inspirational.

Thank you Maren.

I shall forward a couple of your links to Martin R, he appears to have a particular interest in the subject.

Anonymous said...

November 10, 2014

According to JN, it was the PJ’s suspicions of Monteiro that lead them to reopen the Portuguese investigation into the toddler’s disappearance.




Sad but true. M

Anonymous said...

Even in the liquidation of Bundleman, the single most important development in the case, the Yard are almost completely silent about Jane Tanner, what role, if any, she played in killing him off and what she had to say about the new development. Why would that be?

I think Jane Tanner did play a role in killing off Bundleman. Her silence is a matter of choosing between pest and cholera. She didn't lie, she saw a man carrying a child. She's being used, and not only by the McCanns. Therefore Yard's silence is only logical.

Only my opinion. M

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Anonymous said...

Hamilton: most beautiful day of my life

Himself said...

BBC Spotlight NI showed the images to the former head of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), Jim Gamble.

"Whoever is collecting these images and putting them within the context of this site has a real problem and, in my opinion, an extremely deviant sexual interest in children," he said.

"If I was to find this on someone's computer that they were uploading it, and I was still in the police, they would be arrested that day."

[and then what?] Says the Paedo that runs this site.

50 entries for Jim Gamble.

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Anonymous said...

Special Constables, uniformed citizen volunteers walk the streets of our towns and villages every week. Their presence deters offenders, makes people safer and critically makes them feel safer. There is no reason they cannot patrol the online spaces. The volunteer butcher, baker or candlestick maker can be trained to seek out these abusers, to identify, locate and lure them to a place where the police arrest them.

Jim Gamble: I often think of April Jones’ Mum and Dad, ...

Of course.


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The Judicial Police – called “Pol√≠cia Judici√°ria” (PJ) in Portuguese.

Supervised by the Public Prosecutors Office, a body of autonomous magistrates, the PJ is part of the Ministry of Justice.

National Republican Guard – called “Guarda Nacional Republicana” (GNR) in Portuguese.

The GNR is part of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

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Elizabeth, Florida, 3 months ago
What part of her is "Dutch"? She look oriental to me. lol

Anonymous said...

Good morning H
Local news, because I love comments, tha knows. Mx

Gouda Rock City
How about a kit that determines whether or not Dutch food is actually edible?

For sale? Considering how much the city gets from (drug) tourists every year, shouldn't they be distributed free?

Just a very dutch approach osita, ask the ex-expat.

This is a very dutch approach to tackle the problem. I agree with it if it was coupled with very tough sentences and better policing to start with

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Best wishes M

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Himself said...

By gum Chuck, that is some coincidence. It was only last night I watched yer man on this.

What makes it an even rarer coincidence, is that the segment was far from current. 2011 in fact.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link.

Anonymous said...

Jun 13, 2007

The DNA exchange - which could be running by next year - follows calls from Madeleine's family for a multi-national response to child kidnappings.



The team of FBI forensic experts that visited Portugal earlier this week, brought with it CODIS software (Combined DNA Index System) which was uploaded onto Portuguese systems at no cost.
The installation of the system was the responsibility of Kenneth Walker who was here to offer training to ten Portuguese laboratory technicians.
Journalists attempted to obtain additional information from the investigator, but after an apparent call to the United States, he opted for complete silence when confronted later by members of the media.

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Peter Scioneaux
Good. This is a 21st century version of checking finger prints.

Yes, it is. It also carries with it an ENORMOUS opportunity for abuse, and invasion of privacy. To discuss one without the other, is wholly irresponsible. The 4th Amendment is already in tatters, let's not destroy it utterly.