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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4140 on: April 17, 2019, 10:30:AM »
More astonishingly...

According to what Mathew Oldfield and Gerry McCann told police in one witness statement or another, how was it possible for Madeleine not to be anywhere at all inside the McCann accommodation as stated by Mathew Oldfield, and that the other two McCann siblings have been both laid on top of the parents bed, in the parents bedroom, yet less than a couple or three minutes afterwards by the time Gerry McCann arrived at the same apartment (5a), not only are both of the youngest siblings (Sean and Amelia) asleep in their respective cots in the children's bedroom, but that according to Gerry McCann that Madeleine was laying in her bed, and he was stating how beautiful she looked?

How did the two young children get from being on top of the bed in the parents bedroom, into their respective cots in the children's bedroom within a matter of minutes?

Rather more disturbingly, how could Madeleine have been sleeping in her own bed in the children's bedroom, a minute or so after Mathew Oldfield had claimed that she was missing altogether from the apartment?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4141 on: April 17, 2019, 10:35:AM »

How did the two young children get from being on top of the bed in the parents bedroom, into their respective cots in the children's bedroom within a matter of minutes?

Rather more disturbingly, how could Madeleine have been sleeping in her own bed in the children's bedroom, a minute or so after Mathew Oldfield had claimed that she was missing altogether from the apartment?

We can now rest assured, that Mathew Oldfield was the sole source of the earlier 9.15pm alert that Madeleine McCann had gone missing from the McCann apartment!
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4142 on: April 17, 2019, 10:39:AM »
We can also be as certain as we can be, that when Gerry McCann rushed off to do his 9.05pm check of apartment 5a, that not only were not the twins (Sean and Amelia) fast asleep in their cots in their own bedroom ( because both must have still been a sleep on the parents bed, in their bedroom), but that with complete knowledge that Madeleine McCann could not possibly have been a sleep in her own bed, as Claimed by McCann..

Somebody is lying here..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4143 on: April 17, 2019, 10:43:AM »
Factored into this new development, is the very reason why Jane Tanner felt it necessary to go and try and find out (9.10pm) what was taking Gerry McCann so long to do his 9.05pm check of the McCann apartment? She went looking for him because by that stage she had heard that Madeleine McCann had gone missing from the McCann apartment!
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4144 on: April 17, 2019, 10:46:AM »
Factored into this new development, is the very reason why Jane Tanner felt it necessary to go and try and find out (9.10pm) what was taking Gerry McCann so long to do his 9.05pm check of the McCann apartment? She went looking for him because by that stage she had heard that Madeleine McCann had gone missing from the McCann apartment!

A detail which falls into the time line of the first now known alert at 9.15pm, that 'Madeleine had gone missing from apartment 5a'...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4145 on: April 17, 2019, 10:55:AM »
Factored into this new development, is the very reason why Jane Tanner felt it necessary to go and try and find out (9.10pm) what was taking Gerry McCann so long to do his 9.05pm check of the McCann apartment? She went looking for him because by that stage she had heard that Madeleine McCann had gone missing from the McCann apartment!

Everything points to the fact that Jane Tanner had got wind, or knew that Madeleine had gone missing from the McCann apartment by the time she left the tapas bar restaurant at about 9.10pm on that 3rd May 2007, evening...

She must have got that information from Mathew Oldfield, either first hand, or by word of mouth between / or other group members..

Furthermore..

That by this stage or shortly afterwards, that any would be abductor, would hardly be carrying off Madeleine McCanns body after the fact that it was already known that Madeleine had gone missing, 'a bit like putting the cart before the horse'...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4146 on: April 17, 2019, 11:03:AM »

Furthermore..

That by this stage or shortly afterwards, that any would be abductor, would hardly be carrying off Madeleine McCanns body after the fact that it was already known that Madeleine had gone missing, 'a bit like putting the cart before the horse'...

This being true, if Jane Tanner had left the tapas restaurant at 9.10pm, already in possession of the knowledge that Madeleine had gone missing from the McCann accommodation, and that with this in her mind, and in particular seeing both Gerry McCann and Jez Wilkes talking on the street pavement outside the McCann apartment, and she had seen a man carrying off a child in his arms, she would almost certainly have brought the sighting of 'Tannerman', to Gerry McCanns and Jez Wilkes attention!

Failing that she would almost certainly have paid more attention to this man...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4147 on: April 17, 2019, 11:08:AM »
Also, there is the matter of Russell O'Briens absence from the tapas restaurant -  he went to do a check at around 9pm, the same time as Mathew Oldfield left, and somehow was present back at the restaurant in time for him to leave once again at 9.20pm (referred to as the 9.30pm, check) again in the company of Mathew Oldfield..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4148 on: April 17, 2019, 11:14:AM »
Everything in this matter revolves around Mathew Oldfield's knowledge that when he did his 9pm check of the McCann apartment (5a) that Madeleine had gone awol and was missing from the McCann accommodation at this stage, and identifying the mystery couple who were expressing their concern at a restaurant table that 'Madeleine had gone missing from the McCanns accommodation' by 9.15pm...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4149 on: April 17, 2019, 11:19:AM »
Everything in this matter revolves around Mathew Oldfield's knowledge that when he did his 9pm check of the McCann apartment (5a) that Madeleine had gone awol and was missing from the McCann accommodation at this stage, and identifying the mystery couple who were expressing their concern at a restaurant table that 'Madeleine had gone missing from the McCanns accommodation' by 9.15pm...

With this in Mind...

Why wouldn't Mathew Oldfield have told anyone else, other than Gerry McCann at 9.05pm (or afterwards), that Madeleine was not present anywhere at all inside apartment 5a when he did his 9pm check?
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4150 on: April 17, 2019, 11:26:AM »
furthermore, if Madeleine's body was not present anywhere at all inside the McCann apartment when Gerry McCann did his 9.05pm check (despite him saying that Madeleine was there, as compared to what Mathew Oldfield said in a police witness statement - that he found Madeleine missing by around 9pm), why would he (Gerry McCann) return to the tapas restaurant and pretend that everything was in order back at the McCann accommodation?

What this tells me, is that 'Gerry McCann did not return to the tapas restaurant' after he went to do this 9.05om check!
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4151 on: April 17, 2019, 11:43:AM »
Gerry McCann was not present at the tapas restaurant at or by 9.20pm - 9.30pm, when Mathew Oldfield and Russell O'Brien arose from their dining table to go to the apartment. He wasn't there at 9.30pm when a waiter states that the table where the McCanns had been eating along with two other couples was completely vacated. Neither was he still there at 9.45pm, when another waiter described the only person present at that dining table was Diane Webster...

It must surely follow, therefore, that Gerry McCann could not possibly have been sat at any table at the tapas restaurant at 10pm, to enable Kate to return and break the news to him, that 'Madeleine has gone, they have taken her'...

It's all a pack of lies...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4152 on: April 17, 2019, 12:19:PM »
Gerry McCann was not present at the tapas restaurant at or by 9.20pm - 9.30pm, when Mathew Oldfield and Russell O'Brien arose from their dining table to go to the apartment. He wasn't there at 9.30pm when a waiter states that the table where the McCanns had been eating along with two other couples was completely vacated. Neither was he still there at 9.45pm, when another waiter described the only person present at that dining table was Diane Webster...

It must surely follow, therefore, that Gerry McCann could not possibly have been sat at any table at the tapas restaurant at 10pm, to enable Kate to return and break the news to him, that 'Madeleine has gone, they have taken her'...

It's all a pack of lies...

Gerry McCann didn't have to wait until 10pm to find out that Madeleine was missing from their apartment 5a, because Mathew Oldfield told him at about 9.05pm - that 'Madeleine is not present anywhere in your apartment, she is missing' No parent needs to be told twice that their child has gone missing - but in Gerry McCanns case, he waited almost an hour (55 minutes) until his wife Kate broke the news to him at 10pm (the second alert)...
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