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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3600 on: February 09, 2019, 04:45:AM »
A positive signal by the cadaver dog on 'CUDDLEKAT' at the villa where the McCanns moved to, and had the missing blanket which was photographed on Maddie's bed on the night of her so called disappearance from apartment 5A been examined in the cadaveric exercise and there hadn't been a positive signal from the cadaver dog, it could lead to only one inevitable conclusion - that being that 'after Maddie died' her body had 'not' been laid on top of the blanket on the bed...

We do not know, and we never will because the parents got rid of the blanket, but chose to keep 'CUDDLEKAT' as a (keepsake) trophy...

Maybe at the time 'CUDDLEKAT' was photographed on top of the blanket on Maddie's bed, that neither 'CUDDLEKAT' or the blanket had been, or were contaminated with cadaveric odour? We will never know about the state or the condition of the missing blanket, that is to say whether or not that it was infected with cadaveric odour? But what we do know is that much later on that 'CUDDLEKAT' which was photographed resting on top of the now missing blanket was infected with cadaveric odour...

A lot can be made out from the relationship between (a) the blanket, (b) 'CUDDLEKAT', (c) the photographs showing both the blanket and 'CUDDLEKAT' resting on top of Maddie's bed on the night of her alleged disappearance, (d) the positive reaction of the cadaver dog to 'CUDDLEKAT', and (e) the disappearance of the same blanket!
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3601 on: February 09, 2019, 04:54:AM »

A lot can be made out from the relationship between (a) the blanket, (b) 'CUDDLEKAT', (c) the photographs showing both the blanket and 'CUDDLEKAT' resting on top of Maddie's bed on the night of her alleged disappearance, (d) the positive reaction of the cadaver dog to 'CUDDLEKAT', and (e) the disappearance of the same blanket!

Add to this list (f) the missing sports holdall, belonging to Gerry McCann (which was captured in a photograph taken of the parents bedroom cupboard / wardrobe at the time of the reported disappearance of Maddie by her parents and friends)..

I am rather curious as to the reason why both (a) the blanket, and (f) Gerry's sports holdall, should both have gone missing or not be available for inspection by the cadaver dogs?
« Last Edit: February 09, 2019, 04:56:AM by mike tesko »
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3602 on: February 09, 2019, 04:57:AM »
Maddie missing, blanket missing and Gerry McCanns sports holdall missing - all gone missing, permanently tells a narrative all by itself...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3603 on: February 09, 2019, 05:02:AM »
Why would the parents not want to retain the blanket along with 'CUDDLEKAT'?

Why keep one of these items, but not the other?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3604 on: February 09, 2019, 05:03:AM »
Why would the parents not want to retain the blanket along with 'CUDDLEKAT'?

Why keep one of these items, but not the other?

When, and in what circumstances did the blanket go missing?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3605 on: February 09, 2019, 05:45:AM »
Kate McCanns first witness statement (4th May 2007) contains some rather interesting evidence - she describes how at 9.30pm she was due to go and do a check on the children but that Russell O'Brien had just been and done a check on his own apartment and on the way back to the tapas bar he had been into the McCanns apartment and listened at the childrens opened bedroom door, and that everything was well back in the McCann apartment...

This differs significantly from the version which was subsequently introduced and relied upon..

It appears that Russell O'Brien entered the McCann apartment 'uninvited' prior to 9.30pm, and not that he volunteered to check on the McCann siblings at 9.30pm..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3606 on: February 09, 2019, 05:49:AM »

It appears that Russell O'Brien entered the McCann apartment 'uninvited' prior to 9.30pm, and not that he volunteered to check on the McCann siblings at 9.30pm..

Another very interesting aspect mentioned in Kate McCanns statement, was that Russel and her husband Gerry had left the tapas bar together at 9pm in order to check on the children..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3607 on: February 09, 2019, 05:54:AM »
Another very interesting aspect mentioned in Kate McCanns statement, was that Russel and her husband Gerry had left the tapas bar together at 9pm in order to check on the children..

So, if that be true Gerry McCann must have already returned back to the tapas bar restaurant after his 9pm check of apartment 5A, before Russell O'Brien himself arrived back there at around 9.30pm at which point he tells Kate McCann that he has just checked in on her siblings and that there was no need for Kate to do her 9.30pm check!
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3608 on: February 09, 2019, 06:01:AM »
Why did Kate McCann say in her witness statement that she made on the first full day of the police investigation (4th May 2007) that 'Russell O'Brien' had already been inside the McCann apartment before it was time (9.30pm) for her to go and check on her own children herself, yet the narrative has since changed dramatically into Russell and Mathew had offered to check on the McCann siblings because they were going to do checks of their own back at their apartments, and that this took place post 9.30pm, it could not have happened anytime sooner?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3609 on: February 09, 2019, 06:14:AM »
If Russell O'Brien and Gerry McCann left the tapas bar at 9pm to do their respective checks of the children in both of their apartments, and these checks were scheduled to take place every 30 minutes or so, then both Gerry McCann and Russell O'Brien should have both been back at the tapas bar restaurant before 9.30pm, not afterwards...

This impacts upon the story introduced by Jane Tanner whereby she states that somewhere around 9.10pm, or thereabouts, she had left the tapas bar because she was worried that Gerry McCann was gone a long time and had not returned to the tapas bar. How she had then seen Gerry talking to someone in the street without him seeing her, and at the same time she introduces (somewhat conveniently) the sighting of 'TANNERMAN' carrying a child off in his arms...

She then, presumably went back to her own apartment to see where Russell O'Brien was?

Or, had Russell O'Brien already returned to the tapas bar from his 9pm check, but if that be the case then why does Kate McCann mention in her first witness statement that she was about to go and do her 9.30pm check of her own children back in apartment 5A when Russell O'Brien told her that on his way back from checking his child at his own apartment that he had gone into the McCanns apartment (5A) and listened at the open children's bedroom door and had not heard a peep from any of the children, and that everything was more or less in order back at apartment 5A, so Kate need not concern herself with doing the 9.30pm check...

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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3610 on: February 09, 2019, 06:59:AM »
Gerry McCann must have already returned from his own 9pm check to the tapas bar restaurant before Russell O'Brien did, and this throws up a number of questions concerning when Jane Tanner said she had left the tapas bar restaurant, and what she saw in the street at that time (around 9.10pm), for example she claims to have seen Gerry McCann talking to Jess Wilkes on the road close to the McCann apartment, whilst at the same time, she introduces 'TANNERMAN', into her account..

But, what Jane Tanner and Russell O'Brien fail to mention, is what happened when she arrived at her own apartment? Was Russell O'Brien present there? Or, as the case may be, did she go into the McCann apartment to supervise the removal of Maddie's body?

Now, if her partner Russell O'Brien had already returned back to the tapas bar before she had left there, then how could Jane Tanner have seen Gerry McCann in the street at about 9.10pm talking with Jess Wilkes? Impossible! According to the routine adopted by the McCann and O'Brien / Tanner with regards to the regular checking of their children back in their apartments, one person left the tapas bar after the return of the other, or vice versa, at 30 minute intervals or thereabouts! So if Russell O'Brien was back at the tapas bar by 9.30pm (and not leaving there at that time), does it mean that Jane Tanner did not leave the tapas bar until after 9.30pm, and was that because it was her turn to check on her child?

Or, did she leave the tapas bar at 9.10pm, like she maintains?

Why didn't Gerry McCann notice Jane Tanner in the road when he was talking to Jess Wilkes?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3611 on: February 09, 2019, 07:03:AM »
I think the claim that the O'Brien / Tanner child was sick or bedridden on that evening, is nothing but a false flag, designed to remove any suspicion that they could have played some part or other in the proceedings. In particular, it created an explanation for their movements back and forth from the tapas bar to their apartment - but what they are saying cannot be verified by any independent source..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3612 on: February 09, 2019, 07:21:AM »
I have read somewhere that one or other of the tapas nine group caused Gerry McCann some consternation by telling both Kate and he, that everything was OK back at the McCann apartment because the person concerned had been listening outside the Children's bedroom window ( situated on the roadside of the premises)..

I think this reaction by Gerry McCann was in relation to what David Payne had said to Kate and Gerry, whilst all three of them were at the tapas bar..

Was this the reason why Gerry McCann did the 9pm check ( for peace of mind), or did what David Payne had spoken about relate in some way to the time when Russell O'Brien had gone into the McCann apartment (5A) and listened at the open bedroom doorway, just before O'Brien returned to the tapas bar just before or about 9.30pm?

In other words..

Did Gerry McCann return to his apartment after 9.30pm?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3613 on: February 09, 2019, 07:24:AM »

Did Gerry McCann return to his apartment after 9.30pm?

That is to say , did he go there before Kate McCann went there at 10pm?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #3614 on: February 09, 2019, 07:30:AM »
If he did, and it was in response to what Russell O'Brien had told both Kate and himself just before 9.30pm when it was time for Kate to take her turn of checking the children in apartment 5A, then everything hangs in the balance...

Why did Jane Tanner say in one of her witness statements, or accounts, that she went out from the tapas bar restaurant to see what was keeping Gerry (McCann) so long? I mean, honestly what concern was it of Jane Tanner's (or for that matter, Russell O'Brien) that Gerry McCann had been gone from the tapas bar for such a long period that it compelled Jane Tanner to go and find out all for herself?
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