Friday, 9 January 2015

The McCann Case - an Analysis...

I promised myself I'd do this one day.

So...if I disappear off the face of the earth in the next 24 hours, at least you'll know why.

Before we start, I'd better direct you to some important sources of information on what I'm about to talk about, to 1) demonstrate I've researched this extensively and 2) invite every last one of you to make up your own minds.

First, a website, the Complete Mystery, which examines some of the unanswered questions that come out of this case.

Then, a banned documentary presented by Goncalo Amaral, the police chief initially responsible for investigating the case. Was he removed for gross incompetence as claimed, or because he was getting too close to the truth? Your call.

The thoughts of expert criminal profiler Pat Brown on the case. She's straight as a die, doesn't pull any punches and doesn't seem to have an agenda either way. She also ran into 'difficulties' getting a book published with her analysis of the situation.

And...in the interests of balance, the McCanns' own website.

A good mate of mine does a lot of business with a Portugese company. As a consequence, trips out there are not an infrequent occurrence and, well, nice work if you can get it. I was not shocked a few years ago when he told me that the perception many Portguese have of the McCann case is very, very different from that of most people here in the Uk. There's a degree of angst in some quarters from people who are pissed off about the xenophobia of the British mainstream media, suggesting that their investigation into the case was riddled with dishonesty, comical ineptitude, or a mix of both. This is what has driven the casual acceptance of millions that the Met are best-equipped to find out what actually happened here and, well, take a step back and straight away it stinks to high heaven. Let me explain why.

A few short years ago, Jean Charles de Menezes, a Brazillian migrant who (yes, before you shout out) had overstayed his visa was blasted by plain clothed police officers at a London tube station. Now, the conclusion to this case, that no cop had done anything wrong, smells a tad fishy from where I'm stood anyway. It was acknowledged by no fewer than six eyewitnesses that nobody shouted 'POLICE - STOP' or anything similar. As far as de Menezes was concerned, he was being confronted by civilians who happened to be waving firearms around. Tragically, the poor fella lost his life and, let's be honest, it was wholly unnecessary. Surely the officer who fired at him (seven times, no less) should have been facing jail? But there's a bigger point that that in the context of what we're talking about.

Imagine if the Brazilian police had taken it upon themselves to 'investigate' what had occurred, and stomped around London like thugs in uniform as if they owned the place. There would (quite rightly) have been outrage about them interfering in a case under somebody else's jurisdiction. Now, last time I checked, Portugal was 1) a democracy 2) worked on the basis of the rule of law 3) engaged in some sort of due process with anyone suspected of a crime and 4) had signed up to conventions on human rights, against torture and what have you. This is not Iran or North Korea we're dealing with and, unless someone would like to tell me something very, very important that we have all missed, Madeleine McCann was last seen IN PORTUGAL, right? Ergo, it is a PORTUGESE case. What the hell are OUR police doing out there, or having anything to do with it?

Imperial British arrogance, or something more sinister? Your call.

I'll very quickly go over just a few of the multitude of alarm bells, many of which you'll be able to see more of through the sources identified above. There's the 'flunked' polygraph test, in which Kate refuses to answer 48 out of 49 questions. Eddie and Keela, a blood and cadaver dog who between them have 'solved' (i.e. have a track record of NEVER giving a false positive) more than 200 cases. You have the spectre (as seen in the Amral film) of a cadaver dog going batshit insane at a spot behind the sofa of the McCanns' apartment. For the removal of doubt THERE HAD RECENTLY BEEN A CORPSE IN THAT APARTMENT as discovered by part of a dog team with a ridiculous strike rate in this sort of situation. Then we have the blood in the hire car. Go on then, why are traces of Madeleine's blood IN THE BOOT of a car searched several days AFTER she disappeared?

After being named as arguidos, as is required by Portugese law, do Gerry and Kate stick around in an attempt to clear their name? No, they hot foot it back to the Uk, which in case you were unsure, they really weren't supposed to do. No evidence of a forced entry was found, despite it being stated over and over that the apartment was locked. We have the 'sightings' of the Tapas group the McCanns were with, which seem conveniently spread away from each other to act as a 'false lead' to anyone investigating. There are the frosty, often hostile media interviews defined principally by any lack of feeling and emotion and taking the form of a pre-written press release. In one (at 2:35 here) Gerry states that he and Kate "know that we are not responsible for Madeleine's death".

Sorry - her death?

I thought we were looking for a missing person, or at the very least, you don't know she's dead for certain, do you?

All that said, there are two really troubling aspects to the McCann situation which eclipse anything else I might have mentioned. One is the way in which they have essentially become immensely wealthy B-list celebrities as a result of their own admitted act of gross child neglect, thanks to a mass media circus and the 'McCann Fighting Fund', It's worth pointing out that this 'fund' IS NOT ACTUALLY A CHARITY. I'll repeat that, IT IS A PRIVATE COMPANY, NOT A CHARITY. You are not 'making a donation' but instead playing the role of paying customer signing a blank cheque in terms of what you will get for your cash, even if the McCanns still kindly allow you to choose the amount. Perhaps you should ask where the money spent by other 'paying customers' has gone towards the end of 'customer satisfaction' since there is no requirement on the McCanns to explain EXACTLY where all this money goes - because IT IS NOT A CHARITY.

Now...charitable status gives you so many advantages over a mere 'private company' so why would you pass it up were that opportunity readily available?

What we do know is that some of the money was spent on hiring a god awful and highly dodgy 'private investigation' company who proved to be every bit as useless as the guy hired to persuade Sideshow Bob to leave Springfield. You won't be surprised to hear this company came up with the square root of zip...and were later done for an unrelated fraud. A sum in the millions has also been spent silencing hacks (perhaps I'm about to join them) who raise issues such as the ones being mentioned here - as well as the assortment of journalists who break ranks from the mainstream media line, there are the delayed or confiscated books of Amaral and Pat Brown, neither of whom, it should be said, directly accuse them of murder or covering up an accident. They merely have the temerity to question the 'official' version of events and present the spin-off questions in published form.

I look forward to the writ in the post.

One of the other stated aims of the fund's existence was "to support the family". Er...why? We are talking about two people employed as medical professionals - not exactly hard up, and contrast that with (for example) the families of Hillsborough victims, who made the best effort they could to get on with life, get back to work and do what they could in their own time.

Giving up their job and galavanting around the world was never an option for them.

Am I almost alone in finding the celebrity status of these people to be in extremely bad taste? If you believe their story then fine, but even then you have to accept that they are wholly responsible for whatever happened to their own daughter. Certainly not worthy of B-list status or millions of pounds from people almost certainly more in need of the money than they are. Being kind-hearted, they hear a sob story and get their credit cards out without engaging their brains - I don't mean that in a cruel or underhand way and appreciate it's just a part of the inbuilt good nature most people have. But there's something sick and twisted about the taking advantage of that naivety on an industrial scale, as if we're all the subjects of a nasty experiment, regardless of what you believe actually happened. They are 100% to blame here, can anybody take a step back and seriously dispute that?

It's tragic, but every year thousands upon thousands of kids go missing worldwide. My heart goes out to anyone whose child was, the last anyone knew, walking home from school or getting up to mischief with their friends and just vanished into thin air. Perhaps Mum or Dad took their eye off him or her for a few seconds while out shopping or whatever, and the child they loved was cruelly snatched from them. They didn't abandon three kids of single digit years in an apartment in a foreign country so they could get smashed out of their heads and live it large. NO responsible parent would do that, not ever - and I suspect were the McCanns a working class family from a council estate then the perception of them from a great many would be very, very different.

Where are the 'Fighting Funds' for these people?

Where's the media circus and the posters that were up within hours?

And...where are the actual photographs of this holiday prior to the disappearance?

Perhaps most chillingly, we have senior politicians getting personally involved and giving speeches on this, as opposed to any of the other many, many missing child cases where the parents could really do with that sort of exposure. I'm sorry, but what makes them so bloody special? Why is Gordon Brown getting personally involved in 'raising awareness' of a case like this? What the hell is Clarence Mitchell, a former spin doctor for Tony Blair, doing 'working' for the McCanns within days of her disappearance? Apparently, it was to "control what comes out in the media". And...exactly why would you feel the need to do that, Clarence? Surely if any media outlet has information which might jog someone's memory, or link a couple of the pieces of this jigsaw together, they should just print or broadcast it?

"Controlling what comes out in the media" is what the 'Minister of Information' in a dictatorship would do.

Your daughter goes missing and your immediate thought is...."let's hire a guy who used to work in the media department of the government". Yeah, that makes a load of sense...

What exactly is the thought process here? And why on earth is it necessary?

And...what about the effect of this circus on their other kids? Do they ever stop to consider how debilitating it is for them?

I'm not in the business of accusing people of a serious crime without evidence. I have none other than what most of you will have access to if you take the time. There just appear to be too many issues here for the official story to pass 'the smell test' without leaving more quesitons than answers. The sabotage of the initial investigation and the persecution of Amaral, the dodgy 'non-charity fundraising', the unedifying elevation of self-confessed negligent parents to the status of celebrities, the involvement of high-profile people who would not usually have got involved, and had no need to anyway. I hadn't even mentioned the 'Twitter troll' who mysteriously 'committed suicide' a matter of hours later. The first two words that came into my head when I heard about that were Danny Casolaro, who was quite obviously murdered.

My darkest fear is that one day, they'll stick this on some poor innocent who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, that the media will whip up a frenzy and a jury of sheep will give 'the right answer'. I hope I'm wrong.

Was Madeliene abducted? Has there been an accident followed by a cover-up? Are we all the victims of a sick hoax? I don't know, but make up your own minds.

Take care and thanks for reading - catch you soon.

34 comments:

  1. Tony Bennett is a shill. A disinfo agent

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  2. Aquila sucks cum off a cottaging faggot Bennett cock

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  3. At last, an intelligent overview of the Mccann case is presented to the public. Thankyou.

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    1. You're welcome - and thanks for reading.

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  4. Well, thanks for that. Anonymous.

    No wonder he left his heart in San Francisco...

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  5. Bennett....A message for you
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcCK58iDAvI
    Take note and fuckoff from your double life

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  6. All so obvious. I don't understand why it's all so clear to so many people, yet we wade through treacle and those who should be investigating are apparently prevented from coming to the natural conclusion.

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    1. Well said and thanks for reading. I think Amaral was on the right track and, for legal reasons I can't possibly say (cough) whether or not that was (cough) why he was pulled off the case. Who (cough) knows?

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  7. Universe to all. let's look at Lily Payne & how she was used in the Warner/Mccann/Catriona coverup. Lil has same looks & age as Madeleine, should have been in Lobsters group each morning with Madeleine but was rarely signed into Jellyfish instead.

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  8. As an addendum to the above - there is something chilling about this whole case that makes me post as 'Anonymous' rather than via my Google Account, which usually I'd do. Normally I'm more than happy to stand up and be counted visibly, but there is something really unnerving about all this. Credit to all those who dare to post their names.

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    1. Totally understand - I've either got some serious bollocks or have completely lost my marbles. Look at 'Brenda the troll' and her mysterious death.

      Danny Casolaro would have got to the bottom of this, or he would have died trying. RIP and God bless him.

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  9. Edward Harle is THE thorn....
    Ask Tony. Its going to bite him very hard in the bollocks soon.....If he kept them.
    Shrimpton and the Shrimp....Fucking going to be a good read

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  10. Universe to all. Viva la internet ! No censorship ! I also feel endangered by my voicing my opinions on the Mccann/ Warner coverup on other web sites. I have been deleted, censored & my posts derailed when I write my researched analysis of what really happened to Madeleine.

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  11. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrKSYqNbniM

    Happy Moonshining
    Chilly :)

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  12. Brilliant blog! I don't think there's a cat in hells chance of finding out what happened to Madeleine, far too much fear of the consequences for that to happen. Even if there were people with some integrity that knows the truth they would fear the masonic connections to the case to ever spill the beans.

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  13. BRAVO! What an excellent short summary. There is masses more along similar lines. Watch your back: there are some nasty individuals about if you express such views under your own name. I am chickening out. Look at the first two comments on your site, for instance. Too many thoroughly unpleasant morons online on this topic. I am impressed by your bottle and your decent precis of events.

    My thoughts are that if the case had occurred in England questions like 'Who saw Madeleine last?' (family, friends and independent) would be important. Those closest would be particularly carefully questioned. In this case they have been deliberately left OUT of consideration: we have been told that, and every peripheral, distant oddball in the Luz, however unlikely, has been hauled in and grilled as of likely importance before being discarded.

    Abduction? That's always a suspicious cry, especially as there is no evidence at all for it, as in this case. Yet DCI Redwood supposedly was asked to consider only this, the UNLIKELIEST option, to account for Madeleine's disappearance. Some burglar or lone paedophile took her away? How did they get in? How did they get out? There was NO evidence of a break in and nothing was stolen ... and so it goes on.

    The ever changing accounts of the main players deserve a very great deal of attention from the police, Brits or Portuguese (given that the Portuguese government have allowed the Met in). The Met has the use of Holmes II and Anancapa: computer programmes used to seek out 'inconsistencies' in people's comments, especially about their whereabouts at certain key times, to show them where to look particularly carefully... I guess their computers would overheat if they tried it!

    The new policewoman boss: Nicola Wall... Oh lord... let's hope she is a serious minded breath of fresh air who is genuinely seeking an honest result (OK - I know there may not be enough evidence to bring a case) and not coming in to put the tin lid on a cover up. All that money spent in two countries to no avail, so far! If we get 'abduction and probable murder by persons unknown', this case will NEVER go away until the truth, whatever that may be comes out.

    (Best wishes from me at 61)

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    1. Thanks for the kind words, nothing to disagree with there.

      And no, you're not chickening out - entirely sensible to stay Anonymous in this case.

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  14. Post 14:26
    Paragraph 3, They didn't have to break into the apartment it was unlocked to invite all and sundry to enter by all accounts!! This is far from a normal investigation, how could it be when OUR government is policing two countries police forces?? The whole investigation stinks of a mass cover-up and those responsible, if the truth does ever emerge, should be made to answer for protecting those.. who people know are guilty but appear to be bullet proof. It's just beyond belief that evidence staring them right in the face is being totally ignored!

    Thanks to the person who created this blog for giving a chance to people that don't get involved in Forums, but like to keep up to speed with what's going on in this weird case.

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    1. Thanks for commenting - it does look awfully like the British hijacking of a foreign case doesn't it? A 'joint effort' in the true sense you could perhaps understand, but that's not what I see here.

      You have to ask why the new investigation given that they could probably have got away with writing this off as an unsolved mystery. Are they actually serious about getting to the bottom of what happened? Looking to pin this on someone, anyone, a Barry George scenario? God I hope not...

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  15. To post 17:24,
    Unless I'm misunderstanding what you're saying, I don't see how they could pin it on anybody without evidence!! Isn't that why the McCann's are still free.. not enough evidence apparently?? Until the McCann's are questioned and give correct information, instead of a pack of lies then to my mind they remain the main suspects without doubt.

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    1. The really strange thing is that any other thesis other than abduction appears to have been ruled out. There's far more evidence pointing towards two people than there is at anyone else, and yet those two people appear to be immune from even a scintilla of suspicion. If they could find just enough circumstancial to stick it on someone else, I very much doubt SY would hesitate in doing so. Then let the media and the jury do the rest. Got a horrible feeling this is going to be Stefan Kizsko II.

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  16. Very intelligent piece! The McCanns started off saying the apartment was locked but then said they left the patio doors open "in case of fire" - so Maddie (3) could rescue herself and baby twins). Add to your doubts about the McCanns the rather loaded statements by Yvonne Martin and the Gaspars. And Payne ringing up Child Protection - but then forgetting why. Etc etc. Why the press still parrots the McCann line is the great mystery.

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    1. "Why the press still parrots the McCann line is the great mystery".

      I can only think it's because of the fear they evoke in people and the connections they have. To point out some of the things both you and I have and suggest they at least have a case to answer is not unreasonable is it?

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  17. So these two doctors expect a three year old probably drugged-up toddler to rescue the twins '' in case of fire" and they seriously expect people to swallow that? and they supposed to be intelligent! I wonder if Gerry McCann & Payne were ever questioned about the Gaspers statements?

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    1. That this is the best they could come up with is immensely revealing.

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    2. A few more contradictions by Kate McCann!! Didn't she say Madeleine wouldn't have been able to open the patio door to get out?

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  18. Where is there information about Andrew Searle, owner of Mark Warner company knowing Robert Murat previously ??? Can anyone direct me to this? The universe thanks you.

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  19. Follow the money trail. It is my theory that the Mark Warner Company did not want to risk losing their childcare licence & the Mccanns did not want to risk an autopsy. Warners called Robert Murat to rush back to Portugal after Catolina was babysitting in apartment 5a much earlier in the week & Madeleine fell off the sofa onto tiles & died as she tried to look out the window above the sofa to find her parents. The Mccann/Warner/Catriona/Murat coverup benefitted all parties.

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    1. Didn't Jerry say ''If Madeleine had fallen and hurt herself how would that be our fault'' or words very similar?

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  20. Well, it all seems to have gone quiet as far as the McCann case is concerned. Since 'Nicola Wall' took over from Andy Deadwood (Redwood) in December, not a dickey bird has been uttered, about how she is intending to take this case forward-if at-all, the mind boggles on how this mysterious case will end, any ideas???

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