What claim has your piety on my deference?
OT, I think, and probably nothing new to you, but you never know. MSeptember 4, 2014http://bit.ly/1LCUOvc
It is in fact new to me Maren and to Martin I don't doubt, to whom I have passed it on.And not uninteresting by any means.Thanks Chuck.
O yea, O yea Maren's an angel Thank you (her) very much indeed for this background.Best wishes Martin R.
I wish, but thank you both nonetheless. I love reading tha knows.For something completely different:21 May 2007http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-456741/Madeleine-Police-beg-holidaymakers-send-photos-in.html22 May 2007http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6677803.stm23 May 2007http://web.archive.org/web/20070523075031/http://madeleine.ceopupload.com/http://web.archive.org/web/20070523075351/http://www.madeleine.ceopupload.com/Upload.aspx12 June 2007http://web.archive.org/web/20070612183307/http://www.madeleine.ceopupload.com/Press_Release.pdf?Best regards Mx
21 May 2007http://themaddiecasefiles.com/topic17305.html
9 May 2007http://www.virtualglobaltaskforce.com/2007/disappearance-of-madeleine-mccann-web-appeal-for-information/http://www.virtualglobaltaskforce.com/who-we-are/board-of-management/(amongst others, Johnny Gwynne)http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Child_Rescue_20_05_2014.htm(amongst others, Johnny Gwynne)
https://leics.police.uk/advice-and-information/information-zone/virtual-global-taskforceThe Virtual Global Taskforce (VGT) was setup in 2003 as a direct response to lessons learned from investigations into on-line child abuse around the world.Ach so.Talking of 2003 and lessons:http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/ten-lessons-america-learned-from-the-2003-iraq-war-a-890066.htmlSchönen guten Morgen H
Hi H. It's just old news, but something that is good and well preserved will not lose its value, lol.Good night m'dear. Mx
https://crimestoppers-uk.org/solving/helpfindmadeleinemccannThe file you're looking for can't be found or may have been removed. http://web.archive.org/web/20070520093035/http://www.crimestoppers-uk.org/solving/helpfindmadeleinemccann/Are you helping because the Portugese police are not effective?Would an offer of a substantial reward help in this case?How do you filter calls?Interesting questions. Good Monday H
03 May 2012http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/madeleinemccann/9243290/Madeleine-McCann-police-to-re-examine-evidence-of-psychics.htmlAt the time, police had so many calls they requested Crimestoppers filtered out some of the more diverse to allow them to focus on the facts.?A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said: "We can confirm we are in close dialogue with Crimestoppers to ensure that all material in their possession - from any source - is shared with us."Quite comforting, is it not? Mx
10 May 2007http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/6641899.stmEarlier, Madeleine's grandmother said Portuguese police made mistakes at the start of the hunt for her, possibly because they were "inexperienced".You couldn't possibly make it up.Susan Healy, from Liverpool, said the three-year-old's parents had found it hard to communicate to police early on.and later on:http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7542939.stmMadeleine's family have created a poster appealing for people with information to call Crimestoppershttp://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/bsp/hi/pdfs/09_05_07_madeleine.pdf
Hi Maren, I'm going through your links as and when.I don't think your link tallies with this, but it would be nice to have if you can track it down.Madeleine's family have created a poster appealing for people with information to call CrimestoppersWhich I think, tells us all we need to know about crime stoppers. Meanwhile, Madeleine's uncle, John McCann, from Glasgow, countered criticism from those who say the couple were wrong to leave their children alone in the holiday apartment while they ate dinner at a nearby restaurant."If you look at the layout of that place, it was entirely safe. The issue at stake here was, that the flat was broken into, and wee Madeleine was abducted," he told BBC Radio Five Live. Pennies from heaven and just the quote with which to update MM was not abducted.Nice one Chuck.
Cancel that Maren please, I found the little grey box on this post.(Madeleine Appeal)http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/6641899.stm
Hi H, I'm going through a link, too.https://thoughtsofaleicestersocialist.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/stopping-crime-stoppers/So-called charities like Crimestoppers therefore form a vital part of the propaganda offensive that elites wage against the rest of us, doing much to help misdirect our attention from the real criminality of the corporate world, while insidiously sowing seeds of distrust among our local neighbourhoods. “You never know whose a criminal these days, so may sure you keep a watchful eye on your neighbours,” so the message goes.Chuck
28 December 2007http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/main-topics/local-stories/daughter-of-ripper-s-first-victim-dies-at-39-1-2485167
https://twitter.com/pjcottam/status/618734891686084608http://www.pcc.org.uk/cases/adjudicated.html?article=NDQ0Mg==(74 Adjudication issued 29/01/07)
24 May 1989http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/may/24/newsid_2503000/2503595.stm
https://twitter.com/SwedeNews/status/619042095400136704It is beyond me that some people think the McCanns lied about coloboma. They simply couldn’t afford such a lie. Just imagine what all the people who knew Madeleine would think. Interesting photo nonetheless as she wasn’t a marketing ploy at the time. I also cannot get away from the impression that there’s something "special" about her nose and mouth.Talking of impression.Tusen ord ikke vil forlate så dypt inntrykk som en gjerning. - Henrik IbsenGood morning H
May 26, 2015http://www.irishtimes.com/news/crime-and-law/gerard-jock-davison-unusual-gun-used-in-ex-ira-chief-s-killing-1.2226838
9 July 2015 at 10:23A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed.Quite. But I do wish people would desist with the colobomo thing. (ffs)10 July 2015 at 07:14I don't know what I would read into the choice of weapon.That said, it wouldn't be a bad one if the gunman hailed from the Falls road shall we say?"Look over there, not over here." Does that sound familiar?Falls Road muralshttps://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Falls+Road+murals&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAWoVChMI6pr0tYHRxgIVK5rbCh1isghR&biw=1344&bih=709
October 2000 http://www.nickdavies.net/2000/10/01/paedophilia-is-easy-2-how-a-paedophile-murder-inquiry-fell-apart/
Well there you go then. Majorca and dogs.http://www.entertainmentdaily.co.uk/10-famous-people-who-were-killed-in-animal-attacks/7/?pub_id=7216&w_id&pd_id&link_id=208639&r_link_id=208639&gallery=trueAnd when you open the link, have a look at a few adds and see all the people that live in Utrecht. (that previously lived in Preston)
https://twitter.com/Josephodriscoll/status/621979761733189632Page found.Jan 14, 2010http://www.theweek.co.uk/people-news/17321/%E2%80%98fuck-mccanns%E2%80%99-police-chief-heard-tell-bbc
Good morning MarenThank you for your links. They are read with interest, some are acted on in a public manner and some are acted on privately, although obviously you are not privy to such.I now have to recap several emails from Martin, all revolving around who said what, when, and to whom? Think Telegraph article, date stamped 12.01 Thursday 4th May. It does search, there's plenty written about it.Stand alone, it could be dismissed, but what with the recent CEOP datestamp, it has to be looked at as a whole?Regards my sweet.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/expat/expatfeedback/4203859/Three-year-old-feared-abducted-in-Portugal.html12:01AM BST 04 May 2007A three-year-old British girl [name not mentioned] has gone missing while on a family holiday in Portugal, the Foreign Office said today...."They reported it straight away," he [a Foreign Office spokesman] said, adding that consular assistance was being offered.The Telegraph reports at 12:01AM BST 04 May 2007 what the Foreign Office said today, 04 May 2007. Speedy reporting to say the least.Interesting headline by the way: Three year-old feared abducted in PortugalBy whom?Good night. Mx
"By whom?" refers to "feared".
15 Jun 2006http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/property/3350657/Swimming-with-the-tide.htmlGood morning H
20 July 2015 at 07:18Mais oui. By whom indeed?20 July 2015 at 08:10My knowledge of Dolphin Square has just increased %100.Apart from being the preferred residence of sadists, parliamentarians and boy buggerers in general.
Good morning HPerhaps I’m mistaken, but is the woman in the following links:http://www.alivepublishing.co.uk/2011/02/faith-in-the-news-room/http://www.missingpeople.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are/our-ambassadors.htmlhttp://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/who-julie-etchingham-everything-you-5442478the same woman who reported “Breaking News", being broadcast by SKY at 7.48 a.m., 4 May 2007, as shown in Martin Roberts' excellent article:http://onlyinamericablogging.blogspot.com/2015/07/metaphoric-comprehension-by-dr-martin.htmlJust wondering. I'm from Holland. Mx
MarenMarenMaren, what am I going to do with you?Oh my!Just look at her bio! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_EtchinghamXXX Mon petite tulipe.
Which, for whatever reason, is not kept updated.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_Etchingham#CharityOOOXXX
Himself/Martin R.Probably nothing new to you, but one cannot know.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3aOIheKXzI#tOne of the comments:Total bullshit, the story broke on TV in the UK within hours of the disappearance I was up late that night and SKY were reporting it almost as soon as it happened which at the time I felt was very very strange because they already had one of their reporters in the resort; Jo Wheeler (who just happened to be there ) at the time! Perhaps the McCanns did not phone SKY news because Jo Wheeler had already phoned the office to report it, but what ever happened it was reported by SKY that night.?Thank you both for your excellent blogs/articles.Best regards,Maren
Wheeler was called in by Sky to help cover the Madeleine McCann case, after the little girl was snatched a few miles from Wheeler’s villa.http://www.jamestrollope.co.uk/goingdistance.html
@Maren 16.24What can I say, except a thousand thanks once again.I transcribed the Ian Woods interview from a version embedded in an old page by Joana Morais. It did not include comments.The observation you quote is an absolute gem and turns the heat up still further!I'll leave it there, for Himself to correspond in his own inimitable fashion!Kind regardsMartin R.
11 May 2007http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/scotland/glasgow_and_west/6642115.stm8 December 2007http://www.scotsman.com/news/scotland/top-stories/scots-tycoon-attacks-scurrilous-allegations-as-he-comes-out-as-mccanns-secret-funder-1-703067Mr Winyard, who splits his time between Stobo Castle and his home in Monaco, was approached by Gerry McCann for financial help in September.21 July 2015http://www.peeblesshirenews.com/news/peebles/articles/2015/07/21/539321-child-rescue-alert-at-stobo/
12:01AM BST 04 May 2007http://www.telegraph.co.uk/expat/expatfeedback/4203859/Three-year-old-feared-abducted-in-Portugal.htmlThe London Daily Telegraph uses "12.00noon" and "12.00midnight" in individual listings. In sequential listings the first programme to start after 12.00 is marked "am" or "pm" as appropriate.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12-hour_clockI am accustomed to the 24-hour clock. Just learned the 24-hour clock is popularly referred to as military time in the United States, English speaking Canada, and a handful of other countries where the 12-hour clock is still dominant.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/24-hour_clockSo, 12:01AM BST 04 May 2007 = 00:01 04 May 2007?My curiosity knows no bounds. M
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2fp_GoKhRT0&feature=youtu.beOne of the comments.Hywel GriffithAmazing! Sky News almost achieving the same levels of idiocy of its cousin network Fox News!I love comments tha knows. Mx
http://3as.madeleinemccann.org/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=7755&st=0&sk=t&sd=abonnybraes1Moderator Problem here, Tripz. I had been watching Sky all night for the Scottish election results, and the story was Breaking News very early on.Is she the woman that is doing jatyk nowadays, in Bonny Brainless Bunker to quote JillyCL? Just curious. Mx
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3171159/LORRAINE-CANDY-age-leave-kids-home-alone.htmlczerwona_strzalkaMy nine-year-old is usually fairly sensible, but I if I leave him alone for long, I find him writing articles for the DM.. I try to stop him, but the publication fees come in handy.--------------------https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2k4Xgm9dDMgGood afternoon H
16.51Tha does.17.17Somewhat bizarre wouldn't you say?by angela » Tue Apr 01, 2008 10:32 pmThe first news broke on Sky between 12.00am and 02.30am in the wee hours of the 4th May. My daughter and I watched it together, and we both remember talking about how bizarre it was that a child that had been missing in Portugal for only two hours should be considered a breaking news item on Sky news. I still remember my daughter saying 'erm...isn't this a story for the local radio station in Portugal? Someone might have seen her.' We both thought she must have wandered off and would be found by the morning.Several posters on the MF saw the same news report.Goodnight dearheart
http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/DAVID-PAYNE-ROGATORY.htm1485 "Do you recall me telling you about the London number, which you couldn't find in your phone''Reply "Yes.'00:24:00 1485 "That number actually transcribes back to the Crime Specialist Director in London.'Reply "Mm.'1485 "Did you contact them''Reply "Err I did yes. My, err you know my sister err had been in contact with them and she was trying to do everything that she could knowing the, err, the difficulties that we were having out there so you know I did approach them just asking for advice but err I can't remember, I don't think I actually spoke to anyone there, but for some reason that wasn't carried forward.'1485 "Yeah.'Reply "But I mean, you know, just into the context of the conversation you know we're in a strange country, we've got no representeers we don't know what's going on, all hell's broken loose and you know to see whether you can do anything to help Madeleine come back, you know and that was the lines that we were taking.'1485 "Do you remember who you spoke to''Reply "I don't know.'1485 "The call was made on the following day at twenty three thirteen, so that's late at night.'Reply "Mm.'1485 "You don't recollect anything else about the conversation that you had with that, was it you that made the call''Reply "Err I, yeah I know that I got phone numbers from my sister which I did you know ring them but I can't remember making one late at night.'
Good day HIn place of a postcardhttp://tssreviews.com/2014/08/06/review-of-ravensburger-puzzle-entitled-happy-days-blackpool-1000-pieces/I’m sending you my best wishes. Mx
Thank you dearheartMother is home, nothing broken but suffering much pain the poor lamb.My sister took over from me last night, though I am back there tonight. Once my other sister returns from a trip, we can then set up a one in three (night) rota.Bless you Maren.M xx
http://news.sky.com/story/515265/when-is-it-time-to-leave26 May 2007Sky News Correspondent Ian Woods was the first journalist to interview Gerry and Kate McCann. He has reported on the search for their daughter Madeleine since a few hours after she was abducted. (...)They had specifically asked for me to do the interview because they felt I had been supportive of them, and I had been in Praia Da Luz throughout the investigation.
http://news.sky.com/story/178206/poll-73-percent-thumbs-up-for-george-bush16 April 2003It was a beautiful, sunny morning in Washington DC. The President strolled from his Oval Office to a podium in the White House Rose Garden with the spring blooms providing a colourful backdrop.As the invited audience of business leaders applauded, Mr Bush smiled. Everything in his garden really does look rosy writes Sky News correspondent Ian Woods in Washington.http://news.sky.com/story/443801/a-quiet-welcome-for-blair-in-the-us28 July 2006Unlike in Britain, American newspapers are full of praise for Tony Blair, writes Sky Correspondent Ian Woods from Washington.
Maren.Thank you kindly for your words and thoughts.Mother is slightly improved and I managed to get her mobile for the few shuffling steps required to negotiate the “facilities” in her bedroom.I spent last night in my own bed and shall do so again tonight now that we have the rota in place; one night attendance in three.What the future might hold, I have no idea, just have to wait and see as they say.Warmest regardsH
20.29although his alleged descriptions of David Cameron as “the most facile, superficial prime minister there’s ever been”, and Boris Johnson as “a joke” seem more likely to win him support than disapproval.LOL20.58Eeh bah gum, what's the world coming to when you can't trust your social worker?Mother somewhat improved but a long way to go yet. My "shifts" aren't the easiest Maren, there are things I am privy to that make the situation between a man and his mother quite difficult. A night nurse is in order I think. We await a visit from social services to see what they might offer.Regards Chuck
"Whoever Madeleine's with, she'll be giving them her tuppence worth"https://twitter.com/PhilipIndigo/status/628116281531736064Wasn’t Kate just feeding the idea that Maddie was ‘abducted’ alive? A dead child cannot give them her tuppence worth. Along the same lines as Kate’s I kept picturing her in her short-sleeved Marks & Spencer Eeyore pyjamas and feeling how chilled she would be. Just to mention another example. "If she is dead then she is dead but not by their hand."14 Oct 2007A friend of Kate and Gerry McCann said: "Any widening of the search area is encouraging and we would welcome that. It does sound as though there is more vigour in that aspect of the inquiry which is good."He added that while it would be a "tragedy" for the family if police searches eventually yield the little girl's body, at least it would help lift the cloud of suspicion from them."If she is dead then she is dead but not by their hand," he said.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1566115/Madeleine-McCann-police-to-trawl-reservoir.htmlGoodnight H
https://twitter.com/Twittwoonic/status/628450117461352448Terrorist-tracking technology, missing children and using Madeleine McCann. How crafty.http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/08/04/terrorist-tracking-tech-adapted-to-help-find-missing-children/gunslngr2usYeah, it's always about "saving the children" when they want another tool for the police state. Ummm... NO.
Bonjour mon petite tulipe.I'm busy busy packing up 18 month's worth of accumulated junk. I don't even know if my offer has been accepted on the new place yet, but I have my moving head on now, so if it's not that one, it will be something else.Where do it all come from? Are you OK Maren? I don't seem to have had much time to chat what with one thing or another.Mama is somewhat improved so we might be able to kick the over-nighters into touch soon. (I hope)Hugs and kisses m'darlin'.
By the by, Natasha Donn, Portugal Press. (We have started corresponding, albeit low key as yet.) https://twitter.com/lime_harry
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3184725/Eye-scanners-used-track-terrorists-adapted-help-search-missing-children-like-Madeleine-McCann.htmlI will read the comments.
Local newshttp://www.nrc.nl/nieuws/2015/08/03/britse-politie-heropent-onderzoek-naar-kindermisbruik-door-ex-premier-heath/and more local newshttps://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/russia-tightens-controls-on-imports-of-dutch-flowers/2015/08/04/ecb69154-3ab9-11e5-b759-e3c43f009486_story.html
4 October 1972http://w2.vatican.va/content/paul-vi/en/speeches/1972/october/documents/hf_p-vi_spe_19721004_i-ministro-gran-bretagna.html
Rachael Oldfield1578 'Okay. Did you want to mention something about Doctors in the group''Reply 'Yeah I was just going to say that, you know Kate and Gerry are both Doctors and you know there were three other medics in the group, erm four others actually sorry, four others, erm you know so if by any chance they'd accidentally done anything to Madeleine or she was ill or erm you know something wasn't quite right, I mean they wouldn't have just left her and sort of tried to cover it up as an accident or you know, they would of sort of you know, come and got Matt and Russell and Dave and Fi, erm I mean you know, not just because they are Doctors, because you know they're parents and you'd kind of go to anyone to see who could help but if you've got, you know Doctors as friends who were there as well, erm you know there were kind of six people there who if Madeleine had accidentally been bumped on the head or you know whatever the theories are supposed to be, erm you know, there were plenty of people there who could of you know, tried to revive a child, erm'.http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/RACHAEL-OLDFIELD-ROGATORY.htm
http://www.bioethics.ac.uk/news/personal-identity-technology--ethics-and-the-panopticon-state.phpIn the case of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann (2007), the UK police asked visitors at the Resort in Portugal in the two weeks prior to child’s disappearance to provide any photographs of passers-by for use in a biometric facial recognition system.
http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2015/aug/05/investigation-edward-heath-child-abuse-claims-go-nationalNationally coordinated police inquiry to be set up by end of week, as former brothel keeper denies knowledge of any misconduct by former PM
Madeleine was seen by the duty doctor when born and by our nurses during the routine vaccinations.http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/PH-HU.htm?http://www.babycenter.com/0_doctor-visit-the-4-month-checkup_6587.bcWhat the doctor will doandYour baby will receive the DTaP, Hib, polio, pneumococcal vaccines (combined in two shots) and the rotavirus vaccine (given orally).An assistant may administer the vaccines. This is usually done at the end of the appointment so you can have some privacy afterward to comfort your baby.The same applies here, in the Netherlands.
Sir Bernard refused to go into detail about the investigation into Sir Edward, saying only: “We take great care to preserve people’s reputations. http://www.policeprofessional.com/news.aspx?id=24187
https://twitter.com/CaroleShooter/status/630698746234449920That is Gerry telling us we are supposed to think that Madeleine was 'abducted' alive.How subtile.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portal:Current_events/2007_May_3Good morning H, on this day. M
MAY 4, 2007http://www.csmonitor.com/2007/0504/p99s01-duts.html
I agree H, they didn’t want the body found.Kate McCann’s ...I mean, the first 48 hours, as Gerry said, were incredibly difficult and we were almost non-functioning, I'd say, errm, but after that you get strength from somewhere...., springs to mind.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YWCVSjIJk8They get strength “from somewhere” when the chances of finding their daughter dwindle?
Kate McCann in "Madeleine"Dave, seeing Gerry's anguish and frustration at how little was being done, knew Madeleine needed more help than she was getting. At some point before the PJ left, a retired British couple in a nearby apartment lent him their computer and he sent an email to Sky News alerting them to the abduction of our daughter, using an address listed on their website.
25 MAY 2007http://retiredrambler.typepad.com/tonys_ramblings/2007/05/so_whats_claren.html
Good morning HInteresting article by Dr Martin Roberts. Thank you for posting. As you say, thoughtful and well argued. He has a realistic and fascinating style of writing. Although I haven’t really followed it, I do remember the news about the terrible events in London on 7 July, 2005. I’m still reading, there’s a wealth of information... MOT, I thinkhttp://www.jewishnews.co.uk/bike-ride-for-miriam-on-10th-anniversary/http://www.camdennewjournal.com/charity-cycle-london-bombings%20
Miriam was a picture editor on her way to work in Canary Wharf when she was caught in the Tavistock Square bus explosion. She was 31 years old.Madeleine McCann was abducted in Portugal.RepeatRepeatRepeat
"in the public consciousness" Mr Borkowski said it was "a mark of brilliance" that Mr Mitchell has managed to keep the story in the public consciousness for the four years since Madeleine went missing aged three.http://news.sky.com/story/855314/pms-madeleine-decision-was-pr-exercisehttp://www.mccannfiles.com/id371.html
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1041635/The-48-questions-Kate-McCann-wouldnt-answer--did.html43. In the case files you were SHOWN CANINE forensic testing films, where you can see them marking due to detection of the scent of human corpse and blood traces, also human, and only human, as well as all the comments of the technician in charge of them. After watching and after the marking of the scent of corpse in your bedroom beside the wardrobe and behind the sofa, pushed up against the sofa wall, did you say you couldn’t explain any more than you already had?44. When the sniffer dog also marked human blood behind the sofa, did you say you couldn’t explain any more than you already had?45. When the sniffer dog marked the scent of corpse coming from the vehicle you hired a month after the disappearance, did you say you couldn’t explain any more than you already had?46. When human blood was marked in the boot of the vehicle, did you say you couldn’t explain any more than you already had?47. When confronted with the results of Maddie’s DNA, whose analysis was carried out in a British laboratory, collected from behind the sofa and the boot of the vehicle, did you say you couldn’t explain any more than you already had?----------------------------Can I conclude that Kate McCann had already explained the scent of human corpse, the human blood and Madeleine's DNA?The question of "who mentioned the six corpses” springs to mind. M
https://twitter.com/memasell/status/636827964957716480LOLGood morning H
Some interesting exchanges recently...But not to worry. As Peter Jukes has condescended to explain, any perception of a McCann "cover up" can be easily understood given the inevitability of journalistic error. After 8 years of seeing this poor child's memory being whored through the media, such are his conclusions. Erudite conclusions, I don't doubt.I wonder what species of error he might ascribe to an MPS "operation" in an overseas jurisdiction, costing £10,000,000, employing 31 detectives, working to a prescriptive remit, and broadcasting a reconstruction that airbrushed a key witness completely out of the scene...Such is Leveson: a changing of the "guard" but naturally, they march to the same metre. They are of the same body, and share the same instincts. I really begin to wonder which is the least desirable faction of this media turf war; is it the overt guttersnipe mentality of NI, or the veneer of the Leveson junkies?Agnos
Maren 27 August 2015 at 07:52There exists a reference to Kate and her corpses in one of the PJ type summaries. 27 August 2015 at 10:19Good morning to you dearheart.She is a star.
Agnos, what can I say?Other than: https://twitter.com/TeddyShepherd/status/636889752600510464And if that's a truth seeking journo, I don't hold out much hope for my periodic appeals to plod at SY to blow the whistle.
So true, Orwell had them nailed. Eight years of the same shite, four of which have been fuelled by the tabloid stagings of Operation Grange; and there's nothing to be seen (aside from the errors).
Good evening H/MRToday was just an ordinary day.I interacted with several fellow human beings, bought my neighbour her groceries (a small good deed), whilst I went for a walk. I also cycled through the woods. After finishing my work at the office, I prepared dinner, interacted with my family and did some housework. Then I worked in the garden until darkness settled on the trees. Naturally, I smelled the flowers since I am surrounded by flowers.Finally, surfing around the world, I ended up Oop North where I read some interesting blog posts. As the writers have an excellent writing style I feel doubly blessed; I am still trying to improve my English. Utile dulci!Well, I did not bake bread, I’ll give him that. I’m not really into baking, I love reading though. Can’t have it all. As you will understand, I have not found anything else to fill my life with yet.I’m going to bed with a head full of wonderful thoughts, that words cannot describe.Thank you and good night.Mx
M @ 10.58,I ended up Oop North where I read some interesting blog posts. As the writers have an excellent writing style.Agreed!! Hence my anger at people such as Jukes. When he dismissively says that scrutiny of the McCanns lacks "credibility" I think we know what he attempts to denigrate.This comes from a "journalist" who lauds a judicial process that insistently misrepresented the facts of a missing child case as an abduction. And of course when Brenda Leyland was hounded to death, Jukes, just like "Hacked Off", said not a word (certainly not to my knowledge). Truly vulnerable people are mere pawns to them, and of course that would include Madeleine herself, so exploited by Leveson.Such are their "meeja ethics".All the best!Agnos
Sorry, I meant "M @ 22.34"!Numbers eh?!
MarenWhat a dear, dear, wonderful lady you are.And when that which we all strive for comes to pass, we will, in person, share that celebratory bottle as once promised.H xxx
AgnosAs you say, as you say.Please see graphics.
A full LOL! Perfect graphics!Cheers,Agnos
Now I've sorted the typos out. Too many saucers on too many sticks this morning.Martin, I shall endeavour to reply anon. Must do a few things in real world now. Bloody twitter again!
M 28.8, @22:34I take the dog for a walk daily and smell the flowers en route. I also get to smell that other stuff the local by-laws require me to pick up (after the dog). Maybe that's why I too can smell manure when I read it!You have said elsewhere, I think, that you had doubts about 'those pyjamas'.Perhaps now would be a good time to let you know that Richard D Hall is preparing a new 'Madeleine McCann' film, in which he might disclose some interesting information on that subject (I know because I gave it him). No promises mind you, since he is his own producer, but it could be something to look out for.Thank you for your kind support. Your English is indeed excellent and stylistically so 'a propos'.Kind RegardsMartin R.
https://twitter.com/Wonderwoody1/status/636658794307678208meejaThanks Agnos, I learned a new word and your comment is spot on.Maren
Martin R.Thank you for your reply. I have always read your articles with great interest, especially with regard to the pyjamas as those pyjamas have bothered me from the very start. You worded my thoughts so to speak.Richard Hall’s new film is something to look out for. Hope is the thing with feathers after all.Maren
Quickly add.."Infestation of McCann trolls recently. Has the weather disturbed them from their necrotic earthy cocoons" - JukesAnd when they characterise people as an infestation then we know precisely who they are. Fine words: a veneer.Agnos
Hi H. I posted http://aldeilis.net/bpb/london/ that I found by reading M.R.’s article. As he said, cited or quoted in that article. It’s just information, for myself and any other reader to consider such matters. Maren
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/6617444/11m-spent-on-Maddie-hunt.htmljbird6512 He's right and there have been no viable leads because there are none to be found, The parents did it, most probably by accident, intending to just drug their hyperactive child so they could go out on the lash, but something went wrong and the kidnapped story was designed to cover their asses and point the finger elsewhere. The thing I can't fathom out, is why the police have chosen to ignore them for this long.
For Maren 1.9 @21:23Hello there. I didn't recognise you from your original comment (it's hard to tell one 'Anonymous' from another these days!).Anyway, being aware of your desire always to improve your command of English, I feel I should point out a small failure in mine!I wrote in that essay(accidentally, I hope) : 'on her possession'which is an unfortunate blend of two different phrases: 'on her person' and 'in her possession'.One or the other would have done, but I incorrectly fused them together. I should have checked the spelling before pressing the 'post it' button but it's quite possible that I simply hit the wrong key when typing ('i' and 'o' being adjacent).That's my excuse, and I'm sticking to it!Thank you for your support in any case.Kind regardsMartin R.
Goedendag Martin R. I hadn’t even noticed that typo, lol. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DunglishFormer prime minister Pieter Sjoerds Gerbrandy had a meeting with Winston Churchill in London. Gerbrandy entered the room and shook Churchill's hand, saying: "Good-day!" Churchill responded: "This is the shortest meeting I have ever had". Gerbrandy had looked up the English translation of goedendag, which in Dutch can be both used as a greeting and a valediction. "Good day" in British English is most often used as valediction, as opposed to "good morning" or "good afternoon".How we double Dutch have to suffer at times, ain’t that so Himself?And then there is #McCann and flame wars. Is it any wonder I don’t bake bread. Goedendag,Maren
LOL indeed Maren, four of the buggers following me now.I'm orf to finish reading this. And what a read. http://aldeilis.net/bpb/london/Later my lovely.
@1 September 2015 at 22:38Comment jbird6512 whooshed (child neglect and waste of money are still allowed). The thing I can't fathom out, is why the police have chosen to ignore them for this long.
https://twitter.com/TeddyShepherd/status/639765039797399552£400 pays for 10,000 multi-lingual prayer cards for Madeleine, with photograph and contact detailsSome people have to read it to believe it.3 November 2010http://news.stv.tv/west-central/206524-search-for-madeleine-letter-in-full-from-mccanns-calling-for-petition/Good day! Mx
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/pharmaceutical-firms-spend-40m-a-year-for-privileged-access-to-eu-decisionmakers-10481962.htmlSIDDAL21Hardly news, this. What should surprise and shock is the extent to which these corporate monsters actually run government.
Bonjour dearheartFrom the same page, our Neil.I don't like nationalists So my goat has been well and truly got over the past 18 months by the independence referendum. I don't like putting new lines on maps, breaking up countries into smaller parts. And I don't like people who bang the drum of their tribe, thinking that the coincidence of where they were born confers superiority on them: it's not where you start, it's what you do with the rest of your life that's significant.Bless him http://ind.pn/1KyHcSDThen watch this crazy Ivan. A little longer vid at the bottom.http://bit.ly/1Njo8brRegarding monsters, corporate, marshal or otherwise, have a look at this short clip, 15mins I think, I have to go and find it so separate link in a moment. But I did so like his take on 9/11 being a coup. It makes so much sense, and for the reasons given. In fact I shall it again myself.H xxx
Thanks for the links.youtu.be/75Ja-W5LWVk 1:45 He simply doesn’t know what to do. He’s got to be told what to do.--------------------------Believe it or not, Kate Healy is also a victim in all this, she's been directed from day one.I believe it as far as she's been directed from day one is concerned.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3k5Q7QZNfFAThe abductor is invisible, according to the abductor. The victim (Where is the child?) is invisible, too. How about the government?Good morning m'dear. Mx
"The time has come to fight our corner" - Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe02 Sep 2015http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11839399/Sir-Bernard-Hogan-Howe-says-he-will-fight-over-police-budget-cuts.html
Martin was first to report the arrest of Amy Winehouse, the resignation of Sir Ian Blair, and was the first to interview Madeleine McCann suspect Robert Murat, he has also covered both the First Gulf War and the Balkan War. Martin’s contacts led to Sky News being first to report that the July 7 events in London were the work of terrorists and allowed Sky News to break the news of the death of the Queen Mother. During the Ipswich murders, a Suffolk Police Press Officer remarked to another journalist, as reported in the Times: ‘Call Martin Brunt. He knows everything before we do.’https://corporate.sky.com/media-centre/biogs/sky-news/martin-brunt"Call Martin Brunt. He knows everything before we do."He has a reputation for gaining insider information: Hugo Rifkind reported in The Times diary of 22 December 2006:"High praise for the Sky News crime correspondent Martin Brunt. When a hack from (another) newspaper phoned Suffolk Police press office with a query on the serial killer case, he was told: 'Call Martin Brunt. He knows everything before we do.' A little concerning."(...)In October 2014, Brunt was the journalist involved in revealing the identity of Brenda Leyland, who had posted comments concerning the McCann investigation on social media. Following the revelation and a report to Leicestershire Police, Brunt and a camera crew confronted Leyland at her home. Following the confrontation Leyland was later found dead in a hotel, leading to calls on social media for Brunt to be sacked.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martin_Brunt
2007http://www.bjr.org.uk/data/2007/no4_bruntFor all the changes over the years, success as a crime reporter still comes down to one thing, personal contacts, although becoming too well known can bring its own problems. Even to the many cops I don't know I have become a familiar feature on the pavement outside Scotland Yard. A friend was following two detectives out of the building recently and overheard one say to the other: “Let's go and kick Martin Brunt.” Of course, she could have been mistaken. Maybe he said, “Let's go and nick Martin Brunt.”
“Jean-Luc Kister: We were told that Greenpeace was infiltrated by the KGB. This was the explanation given to us.”http://www.democracynow.org/2015/9/8/french_secret_service_agent_who_led
https://twitter.com/MadeleineMcCann/with_repliesYou couldn't make it up.
Thanks for all, Maren.I've passed Tarpley on to Martin, but that is the first time I have seen him in the role of talking head.H xx
https://twitter.com/SoniaPoulton/status/643020117765435392Those who seek to speed up a situation that is so fraught with legal and political ramifications, are not on the side of justice.Self-evident. Well said Sonia.https://twitter.com/TeddyShepherd/status/643010280130260992Self-evident and well said, too. Mx
Indeed MarenTo embark on a path so full of pitfalls is not something to embrace lightly nor hurry.I hate to think what the lawyers bill will be in order to make the program bullet proof.My greatest wish though, is that it is aired in this country.And the likelihood of that? Very slim to none I should imagine.I can't see it having much impact otherwise, can you?Who knows though? I'm sure there are many in television who think as we do. Probably the guy with the broom.I see that twat Bennett has crawled out from under his rock for this one. I shall have to send him back under if he carries on.I flit in two weeks so I'm busy beavering away on and off, though you might have to look that particular Yorkshire-ism up.Save you the bother. #4http://www.thefreedictionary.com/flit Ciao my little buttered mushroom.
From flit n. 2. Informal:http://bit.ly/1K8xhQ87. The much-promised ‘something which will really shock you’ is merely that she has found out that both Michael Wright and Philomena McCann/Rickwood post under false names on the internet. Wow! There is no other shock. "by TB"No shock, but interesting. I love information. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amanita_muscariaAlthough classified as poisonous, reports of human deaths resulting from its ingestion are extremely rare.Would you believe, I have to select all images with street signs to prove that I am not a robot. LOL
Good read; she’s a writer.http://cristobell.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/mccanns-house-of-cards.htmlI agree with her, except for the charisma of Bill Clinton and the boyish charm of Tony Blair, but I guess that’s about common perception.Good morning HMx
September 14, 1990http://www.nytimes.com/1990/09/14/books/ban-on-mossad-book-is-overturned.html
http://i.imgur.com/zRzCAri.jpgWait until they find out the shocking truth.He owns two bicycles.https://www.reddit.com/r/ukpolitics/comments/3kxttj/jeremy_corbyn_rides_a_chairman_maostyle_bicycle/
Thank you for the 9/11 link Maren, it was good viewing.
Maren LOL https://twitter.com/MrsWaspie/status/644550902603489280
Blooming marvellous. MrsWaspie is a star!https://twitter.com/TeddyShepherd/status/644545640505167872He might consider your questions, which implies that he has already done that. Will he be happy to answer? I won’t hold my breath.https://twitter.com/w_nicht/status/644597351328423936LOL
Just a bit of nonsense http://bit.ly/1NBlsVeI couldn't resist. Mx
http://bit.ly/1P9BRiuWhere would "Researcher" be without Doug D.
http://onlyinamericablogging.blogspot.com/2015/09/metaphoric-comprehension-revisited-by.html?showComment=1442600463021#c6034551161669439883Pitiful though it may appear to some, I cannot help but notice certain similarities between ostensibly unrelated events. I mean, whatever can the tragedy of 9/11 have in common with the disappearance of Madeleine McCann?https://twitter.com/AdirenM/status/645201056998141952Hi H. None of my business, but just a thought. I think she/he was answering the above-mentioned question in MR’s article.Not referring to the link you supplied, but one “automatically” scrolls to the beginning of the page.Might I be mistaken, I’ll blame it on Babylon. Mx
6 April 2003http://globalresearch.ca/articles/NEW304A.html
In July 2002, the Carlyle Group took a 34% stake in QinetiQ.http://www.rense.com/general39/kelly.htm
Thank you Maren for all.I shall from Wednesday be offline for a week.Back to the grind lass, back to the grind.
http://textusa.blogspot.nl/2010/04/hardly-confusing.htmlJust info with regard to latest comments. Mx
29 October 2009http://www.theguardian.com/business/2009/oct/29/qinetiqgroup-baesystems
https://thoughtsofaleicestersocialist.wordpress.com/2013/11/09/stopping-crime-stoppers/In keeping with their conservative message, the founder and chairman of Crimestoppers happens to be Lord Michael Ashcroft, the former deputy chairman of the Conservative Party (2005-10). A man who alongside his chosen hobby of stoking fear among the working class, provides a prime example of how the 1% turn a tidy profit from the exploitation of the 99%. One disgusting way in which he does this is through his significant financial investment in Medacs Healthcare, a private company that provides agency staff to the NHS at generously inflated costs.Or one might note how another company forming part of Lord Ashcroft’s tax avoidance business empire is a data storage company known as Restore plc, which is chaired by Sir William Wells — who has a related sideline in profiting from the dismantling of the public care home system in Britain (a process which is aided and abetted here in Leicester by the Labour party) through his being a board member of the elderly care company HC-One. Here he works closely with HC-One board chairman, Chai Patel who is an advisor to the private equity healthcare vulture Bridgepoint Capital (see “Healthcare for the few”).-------------------------http://geoffgilson.blogspot.nl/2015/09/david-cameron-v-michael-ashcroft.html
https://twitter.com/TheStage/status/645951146742444032Back to the grind lad.Mx
10 October 1994http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/the-mark-thatcher-affair-arms-deal-triumph-for-batting-for-britain-steve-boggan-examines-the-history-of-the-biggest-weapons-agreement-ever-struck-between-two-countries-1441987.html
May 10, 2013http://newsnet.scot/?p=110128
Anonymous @09:18Well THAT's woken me up!Thank you very much indeed.RegardsMartin R.
An "ungodly hour" as Teddy would say.Best regards. Maren
Martin R.(Perhaps you have already read it.)10 January 2005https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2005/01/port-j10.htmlMaren
Maren 24.9 @15:19Thank you.No, I hadn't read the piece before. It makes an interesting companion for your earlier find.RegardsMartin R.
Good morning Martin R.I don’t know if it is of any importance (I’m still trying to educate myself).The arms smuggling was passed off in the joint British-Irish government's policy of 'constructive ambiguity' over the supposed non-existence of the Provisional IRA.http://www.independent.ie/irish-news/news/mcguigan-murder-shows-that-the-ira-is-intact-armed-and-killing-31470930.htmlJust like the poster you quoted in your article, I don’t believe the reason for protection leads to a high level paedophile gang. Perhaps there is an indirect link. Anyway, it seems to be the McCanns’ favourite topic, which in itself I find more than suspicious.Kate McCann gave this interview to The Irish Sunday Mirror on Friday morning, hours before being made an arguida - official suspect - in the Madeleine inquiry.http://newsoutlines.blogspot.nl/2007/09/police-dont-want-paedophile-murder-here.html-----------------------------What manner of 'pup' might the McCanns have been able to sell their new found friends, such that they would line up behind them without demur? Given their relative unfamiliarity to each other, one might suppose the more likely reaction to any announcement of some fatal, non-accidental trauma, would be, 'this is where I get off', not 'this is OUR secret'.You worded my thoughts, so to speak, and I wish I could answer that question. Here again, I don’t think it has to do with paedophilia or the, in my view, ridiculous swinging theory. I think it has something to do with “the medical world”. But then, I could be totally wrong.Kind regards,Maren
Maren @08:26"I don’t think it has to do with paedophilia or the, in my view, ridiculous swinging theory"I notice the interview is reproduced in the 'Irish' Sunday Mirror. Also that the word 'paedophile' is inserted into the quote to become the title of the piece. (I commented elsewhere on the possible significance of the Police 'wanting' a murder or not - I think 'H' may have removed it though).Paedophilia is simply a necessary motive for a supposed crime (child abduction). And if that crime was not committed?I too have considered the 'medical world', as you put it. There are certain issues which might, at the time, have exposed Astra Zeneca(employers of brother John) to a hostile take-over by a US pharmaceutical concern, when HMG was rather keen on its remaining a UK company.Ironically, we may point to a variety of possible explanations for abduction's being a 'cover', but neither plausible motive nor evidence for the latter crime ever having been committed. And yet Operation Grange (and others) remain convinced?It's a strange world we live in - and getting stranger by the day.Kind regardsMartin R.
February 27, 2014http://portugalresident.com/new-e-book-reveals-%E2%80%98algarve-link%E2%80%99-in-ira-peace-process
Anonymous @12:10Thank you for yet another 'nudge' in the current direction (at least until the wind changes).Carvoeiro - just a bus ride away and handy for the 'slide and splash' I notice."Carvoeiro was also the venue for totally confidential meetings between Duddy and a secret service agent. They talked in the apartment and sometimes went for long walks together outside the village."Whilst others might prefer a golf club?RegardsMartin R.
Martin R.Talking of Carvoeiro,19 mrt. 2014at the 0:20 markhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sf6PFy8AAFYMaybe it is just me, but Mr. Redwood comes across as if he himself doesn’t believe a word of what he is saying.Regards Maren
Maren @15:15What a memory you have!Without exception, DCI redwood's public appearances have been a vehicle for the 'agreed position'. What annoys me about this particular 'bin man' episode (as it did at the time), is his bleating on about suspected burglaries/sexual assaults, which, if I am not mistaken, were unknown (i.e. unreported) to the Portuguese even.Be that as it may, the remit of Operation Grange was to review/investigate the disappearance of Madeleine McCann - a task-specific undertaking. It was not to branch out into the pursuit of those guilty of unrelated crimes, ostensibly committed on the Portuguese Algarve over a six year period.To suppose, indeed to attempt to convince the public, that quasi-spontaneous 'hit and run' assaults (on 7 to 10 year olds) might in some way be connected with the apparent abduction of a girl aged just 4 is either disingenuous or a display of unforgivable ineptitude on the part of a DCI.Anyone who believes in this nonsense should move to the front of the queue for my forthcoming auction of London Bridge!RegardsMartin R.
An interesting little fringe on Metodo 3http://www.mccannfiles.com/id76.html...the agency almost came to grief early on, when police raided its offices, and Marco, his mother, father and brother were arrested and briefly jailed in 1995....Their big break came nearly 10 years later, when M-3 was credited with tracking down one of Spain’s most-infamous spies, Francisco Paesa, a notorious arms dealer...Paesa fled Spain after being charged with money-laundering.No hint of a connection here, but purely as a matter of interest (should anyone be looking for material for a novel...here's yer man!):http://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/nov/29/spanish-superspy-franciso-paesahttp://www.theguardian.com/world/2004/nov/16/spain.gilestremlettIf nothing else Paesa epitomises the ambiguity of his trade, described variously as a "government fixer" or in the next breath "interpols most wanted".Operation Grange were no slouches when the M3 scandal broke in Barcelona. Here too, ETA and IRA:http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2001/aug/25/spain.northernirelandAgnos
Martin R. @10:55, 26 Sept. The comment you refer to is still there. The deleted ones, I think, are those with reference to the relocation (just guessing, but I can imagine, given the current climate).As you say, “So how might 'Police', who 'did not want a murder', have made it 'un-happen', given the choice? And which 'Police' might have been best placed to exercise that option?”Kate’s "Police don't want a murder in Portugal and all the publicity about them not having paedophile laws here, so they're blaming us”, sounds to me like a mother trying to convince people that her daughter is murdered by a paedophile, and therefore like a mother who knows her daughter is dead. Is it a last-ditch attempt to ‘prove’ their innocence or is it a sort of warning as to another murder?Kate on Portuguese laws; a safe home in politics? It also reminded me of:http://www.west-info.eu/portugal-to-debate-law-on-outing-paedophiles/To date, only two countries have already gone down this road: Britain and the US...I echo Agnos “The hypothesis of a cover up having been instituted as collateral (as it were) to an entirely different affair speaks volumes to me.”Kind regards,Maren
On April 10, 1983 Sartawi was shot and killed in the lobby of the Montechoro Hotel in Albufeira, Portugal.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Issam_Sartawihttp://randompottins.blogspot.nl/2008/04/voice-that-was-silenced.htmlhttp://jewssansfrontieres.blogspot.nl/2015/09/charlie-pottins.html
a solution for this situation14 May 2007http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/93b63b485e33848c53b2164ba3dbfb0a
Anonymous 20.9 @18:27What a find!Straight out of the horses' mouths and an absolute classic!We know full well that politicians never give a straight answer to a sensitive question. The trick to interpretation is afterwards to decide the question which best fits the answer they have just given.These video clips are pure gold. A thousand thanks.RegardsMartin R.
Maren 26.7 @07:05Hi"Kate’s "Police don't want a murder in Portugal and all the publicity about them not having paedophile laws here, so they're blaming us”, sounds to me like a mother trying to convince people that her daughter is murdered by a paedophile, and therefore like a mother who knows her daughter is dead."Correct on both counts in my estimation. For me KM's second phrase does not sit comfortably with the initial clause. It reads like a 'forced marriage' between two ideas wedded more from necessity than natural association.Kind regardsMartin R.
Agnos 27.9 @13:51"Operation Grange were no slouches when the M3 scandal broke in Barcelona."And for whose benefit, really, was that photo-shoot of the Met's finest wheeling boxes away from M3 offices I wonder?Kind regardsMartin R.
27/12/2006 http://www.independent.ie/world-news/europe/man-in-freezer-shot-dead-in-row-over-lovers-miscarriage-26352688.htmlHis blood-soaked body was found stuffed in a chest-high freezer in the Algarve resort of Albufeira in September last year.
24th October 2013http://www.sundayworld.com/news/crimedesk/they-havent-gang-away
25 August 2007“McCanns are furious”http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-477546/McCanns-furious-reports-killed-Madeleine-sedatives.html5 October 2015“Kate and Gerry are exasperated” http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/latest-news/468332/McCann-fury-new-libel-cop-case-Madeleine-internet-trollshttps://twitter.com/LePlanRex/status/650942335640055808He/she is right.
https://twitter.com/w_nicht/status/650952950748180480Weiss is a star. 'Good morning. Mx
https://twitter.com/nowayjomo/status/650803728635822080Yes, every piece of information is another marker on the net for the twins to face in the future.
https://twitter.com/Princessmc2014/status/651294557133537280http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/kate-mccann1/madeleine-mccann-missing-people_b_7601712.htmlEnd article.“Follow Kate McCann on Twitter: www.twitter.com/missingpeople”
Good morning MarenThanks for the links, you can keep them coming, I do read them.Hoping to be back to normal early next week when construction programs completed.Until then dearheart.
Hi H. Love and Luck. Mx
Kate McCann in “Madeleine” (20 September 2007)“Brian had suggested bringing in Rogério because he felt we needed additional legal support in Portugal. Gerry and I spent some time on our own with him in another room, basically to get to know him a little, and vice versa, and to familiarize him with our perspective on matters.”(...)“Rogério would represent me in Portugal while Carlos continued to act for Gerry.”
24th August 2015http://www.pmlive.com/pharma_news/government_crackdown_on_doctor-pharma_payments_805070
13 October 2009http://www.theguardian.com/media/2009/oct/13/trafigura-tweets-freedowm-of-speechOne of the quickest to reveal the full story was a 34-year old human rights activist, Richard Wilson. He was baking a banana cake in his kitchen in London when he first found out about the gag on the Guardian from a message posted on Twitter.A few minutes of frantic internet searching later he published the fact that the gag related to Farrelly's questions about Trafigura. He also published the text of the questions itself and became so absorbed in cracking the puzzle, his cake burned to a crisp. He said it was a small price to pay.Goodnight. Mx
http://www.scmp.com/news/world/article/1866900/families-anguish-over-mh17-crash-cause-be-answered-tonightAlthough the main focus of the Safety Board’s investigation was the crash’s cause, the agency will also address several other important questions surrounding the crash.Among these will be why MH17’s flight path took it over the Ukraine conflict zone. Ukraine kept its airspace open to passenger flights at an altitude deemed high enough to be safe, and some airlines were still using it, but many routed traffic around the area.
https://twitter.com/Jerome__Hughes/status/653898459125284864"Strong America" doesn't agree. Good day H.
MR/HHave you read this? M31 May 07http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/newsnight/2007/05/the_mccanns_plight.htmlComment284. At 11:41 PM on 31 May 2007, Barend Weijdom wrote:"I would like as a resident of Praia da Luz to comment on Mr. Tony Goodbody's remark about the inefficiency of the Portuguese police. I was one of the first people to arrive at the scene of the dissapearance of the little girl. The first thing that we and the police were told was that the little girl got out of the apt. herself to look for her parents. This is a small village with a tiny police force and without any means. Within a few hours more than 150 police and other forces were on the scene and as far as I am concerned, they did their utmost to find this girl. Your comment is a bit ridiculous when it is a known fact that the British secret service were on the trail of the July bombers and let them go with the tragic consequences we all know."
I have Chuck, and so has Martin and I concur.To wit.How she does it I cannot presume to know, but do please convey my sincere thanks (I might have done so personally but didn't wish to clog up the area with just a 'thank you' note).Of very particular interest (to me) is the concluding sentence concerning the July bombers, and how Barend Weijdom in particular knew 'as a fact' that the British Secret Service were on their trail. Did that trail embrace the Portuguese Algarve I wonder?Kind regardsMartin R.You're a star Maren xxx
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