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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3585 on: February 08, 2019, 09:14:AM »
In my view, the claim that Oldfield / O'Brien did a 9.30pm check at the McCann apartment is nothing but a smoke screen designed to divert attention away from the true purpose of them going to the McCann apartment at that time..

Remember too, that when Oldfield / O'Brien left the tapas bar at 9.30pm that already away from the tapas bar at that time was Jane Tanner..

9pm - 9.10pm - Gerry McCann, Russel O'Brien, and Jane Tanner away from tapas bar at the same time

9.30pm - Jane Tanner, Russell O'Brien and Mathew Oldfield away from tapas bar at the same time

10pm -  Russel O'Brien and Kate McCann away from tapas bar at the same time

10pm - Smith contingent see man carrying child in direction of coast line ( beloved to have been Russel O'Brien, or Jeremy McCann
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3586 on: February 08, 2019, 09:16:AM »
Remember too, that when Oldfield / O'Brien left the tapas bar at 9.30pm that already away from the tapas bar at that time was Jane Tanner..

9pm - 9.10pm - Gerry McCann, Russel O'Brien, and Jane Tanner away from tapas bar at the same time

9.30pm - Jane Tanner, Russell O'Brien and Mathew Oldfield away from tapas bar at the same time

10pm -  Russel O'Brien and Kate McCann away from tapas bar at the same time

10pm - Smith contingent see man carrying child in direction of coast line ( beloved to have been Russel O'Brien, or Jeremy McCann

At the heart of this deception must be the alleged sickness of the Tanner / O'Brien child who was bedridden on the evening that Maddie's disappearance was brought out into the open..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3587 on: February 08, 2019, 09:19:AM »
How come there exists no independent medical records to confirm that the Tanner / O'Brien child was taken ill and bedridden?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3588 on: February 08, 2019, 09:48:AM »
Remember too, that when Oldfield / O'Brien left the tapas bar at 9.30pm that already away from the tapas bar at that time was Jane Tanner..

9pm - 9.10pm - Gerry McCann, Russel O'Brien, and Jane Tanner away from tapas bar at the same time

9.30pm - Jane Tanner, Russell O'Brien and Mathew Oldfield away from tapas bar at the same time

10pm -  Russel O'Brien and Kate McCann away from tapas bar at the same time

10pm - Smith contingent see man carrying child in direction of coast line ( beloved to have been Russel O'Brien, or Jeremy McCann

The 'BAYGON' link between Jane Tanner's TANNERMAN, and the empty tube of 'BAYGON' insecticide at the derelict building close to the shallow grave in a hollow in the rear garden situated close to St Vincent's church, throws up the image of a sword / machete wielding unidentified man carrying off a females body...

The fact that the McCann parents took refuge in St Vincent's church during the nights after Maddie was reported 'taken', and their insistence that Maddie was abducted, produces a tenuous link between the parents belief that an abductor carried off Maddie, Jane Tanner's 'TANNERMAN' and the existence / discovery of an empty tube of  'BAYGON' close to the location of the shallow grave in the rear garden of the derelict building...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3589 on: February 08, 2019, 02:43:PM »
'BAYGONMAN' and 'TANNERMAN' being one and the same person..

Add to these 'SMITHMAN', and you then have a Trinity around which you can build up a false abduction case relative to Maddie McCanns demise...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3590 on: February 08, 2019, 02:53:PM »
I have stood on the edge of the hollow inside which the remains were hidden, I have stood amongst the tall reeds which tower above the shallow grave, I have counted the rocks which for one reason or another were laid out at the base of a wall, I have picked up the metal bar that the grave digger used to prise bricks, stones and rocks from the grave itself, I have stood on top of the actual grave and looked down upon its boundaries, and I have come to the conclusion that it was dug deep and wide enough ( including lengthways), to enable a small child's body concealed inside a sports holdall to be buried there...

This brings me on to the missing sports holdall belonging to Gerry McCann which was photographed inside the cupboard in the parents bedroom inside Apartment 5A on the night of the reported disappearance of Madeleine...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3591 on: February 08, 2019, 03:03:PM »

This brings me on to the missing sports holdall belonging to Gerry McCann which was photographed inside the cupboard in the parents bedroom inside Apartment 5A on the night of the reported disappearance of Madeleine...

The timing of the disappearance of Gerry McCanns 'missing sports holdall' is a rather interesting feature mixed up in this matter. We know that after Maddie had already been 'taken', that whoever was responsible had not removed her body from the apartment in 'that' Holdall, because it was captured in crime scene photographs, on a shelf in a cupboard inside the parents bedroom...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3592 on: February 08, 2019, 03:05:PM »
As far as Gerry's missing sports holdall is concerned, it only appears to have gone missing at some time before police took an interest in the rented villa, and the hire car!
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3593 on: February 08, 2019, 03:14:PM »
This makes it highly likely that Maddie's remains were transported from their first hiding place, possibly concealed in the sports bag, in the tail gate of the hire car!

Then, we have got a couple of clues to look at, one of which was (1)  the empty tube of 'BAYGON' insecticide, found inside the derelict building and (2) the location of the shallow grave in the hollow of the derelict buildings back garden..

Did the grave digger, aka the abductor, killer, smother the remains of Maddie with all the contents of the insecticide from the 'BAYGON' tube, in an attempt to repell insects and microscopic organisms from devouring her flesh after her burial?

Is the missing sports holdall belonging to Gerry McCann currently buried beneath the disturbed ground of the shallow grave in the rear garden of the derelict building? I believe that it is highly probable that when the grave is e entually visited by the police and dug up, that the missing holdall will resurface again, containing the remains of Madeleine McCann..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3594 on: February 08, 2019, 03:29:PM »
The blood hounds that were used to search apartment 5A, signalled in two specific locations, once by the side of the parents bed, and into  a cupboard in that vicinity, and also to a concealed area behind a sofa in the lounge...

The dogs did not signal when searching the bed in which Maddie supposedly slept, providing a clue to the fact that Maddie did not die either in or upon her own bed..

The places inside which the cadaver dogs signalled inside apartment 5A, were places where the body of a small child could have been concealed from the view of anyone not in the know, so to speak. This couldn't have happened simply by chance..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3595 on: February 08, 2019, 03:38:PM »
The cadaver dogs, signalled positively when finding 'CUDDLEKAT', which per chance Kate McCann had left back at the villa, before the parents left hurriedly in the knowlege that scenes of Crime were going to be turning up at a moments notice and bearing and examination everything...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3596 on: February 08, 2019, 03:43:PM »
The cadaver dogs, signalled positively when finding 'CUDDLEKAT', which per chance Kate McCann had left back at the villa, before the parents left hurriedly in the knowlege that scenes of Crime were going to be turning up at a moments notice and bearing and examination everything...

Here was where the McCann parents, particularly Kate McCann, made a humongous mistake..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3597 on: February 08, 2019, 03:48:PM »
Maddie had not died in or on her bed inside apartment 5A as checked later by the cadaver dogs. The dogs failed to give any signals that Maddie had come to any harm at all in the vicinity of her own bed! If as I believe that the parents concealed Maddie's death from the outside world, including their other two siblings, then the obvious choices of concealment of the body in a cupboard in their own bedroom, and behind the sofa in the lounge makes a lot of sense...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3598 on: February 08, 2019, 03:51:PM »
'CUDDLEKAT' was Maddies favorite toy!
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3599 on: February 08, 2019, 04:44:PM »
Maddie had not died in or on her bed inside apartment 5A as checked later by the cadaver dogs. The dogs failed to give any signals that Maddie had come to any harm at all in the vicinity of her own bed! If as I believe that the parents concealed Maddie's death from the outside world, including their other two siblings, then the obvious choices of concealment of the body in a cupboard in their own bedroom, and behind the sofa in the lounge makes a lot of sense...

On the night news broke about Maddie going missing, police photographed the bed that Maddie had been sleeping in - 'CUDDLEKAT' was shown resting upon a blanket at the top end of the bed...

The cadaver and blood hound dogs gave a positive signal in relation to Maddie's favourite toy at the villa where they moved to, but the bed upon which Madeleine was sleeping provoked no reaction from the dogs at all..

But, the blanket upon which 'CUDDLEKAT' was photographed to be resting on, has gone missing altogether. Imagine how significant a presence of cadaver odour on the blanket of Maddie's bed would have been? It would strongly suggest that a dead Madeleine McCann had been laying on top of the blanket on the bed sometime prior to 10pm on evening of 3rd May 2007...

Kidnappers, and abductors, don't usually go around 'taking' dead bodies of little boys or little girls from their beds...
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