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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4290 on: July 12, 2019, 07:34:PM »
I am convinced that the O'Brien / Tanner daughter (Ella) 'was not  ill' on either Tuesday 1st, Wednesday 2nd, or Thursday 3rd May 2007, but that this was imbedded into the folklore of Madeleine McCanns demise...

The McCann daughter and the O'Brien / Tanner daughter looked like one another...

Both, looked similar and both were primarily of the same age .....
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4291 on: July 12, 2019, 07:49:PM »
The McCann parents wanted to make the police focus upon the fact that Madeleine had been taken on that Thursday the
3rd May, 2007 evening, but they have failed miserably in trying to establish this / that...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4292 on: July 12, 2019, 07:56:PM »
Everything points to Kate Healey knowing that Madeleine died in apartment 5A that Tuesday (1st May 2007) evening. She (Madeleine) was dead, she had died in the family apartment - at that stage / point the parents found themselves trapped and could not decide on what to do...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4293 on: July 13, 2019, 07:44:AM »
Were the tapas 9 group and their young children, in Portugal From late April 2007 , onwards, as part of an international undercover operation into gangs of peadophile who were operating in the Algarve?

In particular, concerning known people who were living in Praia de Luz, and or working at the Ocean Club?

Is that the reason why the McCann parents and their friends received and continue to receive so much support from the British Government, and multi - millions of tax payers money has been pumped into funding Scotland Yards inquiry into the matter?
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Telegraph.co.uk

By Henry Samuel 03 Sep 2010

HOME»NEWS»WORLD NEWS»EUROPE»PORTUGAL

Six found guilty of sexually abusing 32 children at Portuguese children’s home

A former diplomat, a television presenter and a doctor were among six people found guilty of abusing 32 children at a Portuguese state-run children’s home.

Jorge Ritto, a decorated career diplomat and former UNESCO ambassador, was one of those found guilty

After a marathon six-year trial, the longest in Portuguese legal history, the court ruled that six out of seven defendants on trial, had been members of a network that systematically abused children from the Casa Pia children’s home in the 1990s.

Their crimes included sexually abusing minors and adolescents, raping children and running a paedophile ring.

Casa Pia, a 230-year-old institution, cares for around 4,500 needy children, most of them living in dormitories at its premises around the capital, Lisbon.

The judges began by naming Carlos Silvino, a 53-year old former driver and gardener at Casa Pia, who was found guilty of sexually abusing several under age boys in the orphanage garage and then giving them money. He told the court that he in turn had been the victim of rape while himself an orphan at Casa Pia.

Silvino confessed to more than 600 crimes and incriminated the other defendants.

These included Carlos Cruz, a popular television presenter with a three-decade career in showbusiness, and Jorge Ritto, a decorated career diplomat and former UNESCO ambassador.

Three other men were also convicted of child sex abuse, including a doctor, a lawyer, and a former Casa Pia ombudsman. A 68-year-old woman, Gertrudes Nunes, the owner of a house where “orgies” were said to have taken place, was acquitted.

All six had pleaded innocent. Mr Cruz’s lawyer said his client intended to appeal.

Almost 1,000 witnesses were called during the trial, which critics say has exposed the sluggishness and inefficiency of the Portuguese justice system and shaken public trust in the country’s institutions.

Judges detailed dozens of charges of sex abuse and procuring minors for clients among a total of around 900 that were considered “proven” and sentenced the six to jail terms of between five and 18 years. The heaviest sentence went to Silvino.

Five of the 32 victims, now in their early 20s, were in court with their lawyers. One of them, a 27-year old called Ricardo, sat in the public section and cried and shook nervously during the session.

“They ruined my life,” he said afterwards. “I had to be here today.”

Pedro Namora, another victim, said: “I hope this day will allow us to show the country that the boys have told the truth from the start.”
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4294 on: July 13, 2019, 08:23:AM »

Six found guilty of sexually abusing 32 children at Portuguese children’s home

A former diplomat, a television presenter and a doctor were among six people found guilty of abusing 32 children at a Portuguese state-run children’s home.

These included Carlos Cruz, a popular television presenter with a three-decade career in showbusiness, and Jorge Ritto, a decorated career diplomat and former UNESCO ambassador.

Three other men were also convicted of child sex abuse, including a doctor, a lawyer, and a former Casa Pia ombudsman. A 68-year-old woman, Gertrudes Nunes, the owner of a house where “orgies” were said to have taken place, was acquitted.

A doctor, a television Presenter, a diplomat, and a driver / gardener...

Change the venue and proceed on the basis that Casa Pia be replaced in this debacle with the Ocean Club in Praia de Luz, and there seems to be some startling similarities, although at Casa Pia all the victims were young boys, Madeleine McCann was / is a young girl at the time of her alleged abduction...

The trial of these seven defendants started in 2004, and was still ongoing in May 2007, around the time the McCann entourage arrived at the Ocean club with young children in tow, all the young children were girls with the exception of Sean McCann...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4295 on: July 13, 2019, 08:40:AM »
I believe the handwritten note recorded in a reception diary concerning the fact that whilst the McCanns were out wining and dining that they left their three young siblings home alone is an interesting piece of evidence, because only Kate McCann mentioned this to the receptionist. Add to this that the location of the  McCann apartment (5A) was the only one with access (on pool side of the premises) to the street.The only unlocked door out of all the groups apartments, was the McCann  apartment (5A).  It makes you wonder if the telling of the fact about the young McCann children being left home alone was a deliberate ploy to try and draw out the peadophiles operating from within the Ocean Club itself...

Did the McCanns deliberately use their children as bait, to try and lure out the paedophile / come burglars, a decision that dramatically went wrong..
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4296 on: July 13, 2019, 08:55:AM »

Did the McCanns deliberately use their children as bait, to try and lure out the paedophile / come burglars, a decision that dramatically went wrong..

There has been some recent interest in the suggestion that Scotland yard have identified a German peadophile, sex offender, murderer who was in the vacinity of the Ocean Club around the time of Madeleine's disappearance. Apparently, he only attacked, abused, or killed young boy victims. This is an interesting development because the Casa Pia sex crime trial had comenced in 2004, and was still on going by the time of Madeleine McCanns disappearance in early May 2007 - all the victims were young boys. There must have been some link between the convicted abusers in that case, and the German peadophilewho was in the locality of he McCann apartment on the evening of Thursday 3rd May 2007..

However, both Portuguese and Scotland yard, are mindful of an Ocean club employee who was sacked for stealing a small sum of money. On the evening of Madeleine's reported disappearance, the former waiter of the tapas bar restuarant was noted to be close to the McCann apartment by a reliance upon mobile phone tracking / technology. Police beleived the former Ocean club waiter, abducted Madeleine McCann to make the point that security at the holiday complex was woefully, inadequate..

Unfortunately, the suspect died in a tractor accident...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4297 on: July 14, 2019, 03:40:PM »
If Madeleine McCann was abducted from apartment 5A on evening of Thursday 3rd May 2007, Kate Healy /McCann would have answered the Portuguese police questions, despite being advise by her solicitor not to say anything...

The fact is, she didn't say nothing, since she responded to the very last question put to her, for example, that she accepted that her failure to respond to police questioning that she was deliberately hampering the police investigation who were trying to investigate what had really happened to Madeleine McCann...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4298 on: July 15, 2019, 08:04:AM »
Maddie suspect caught in photograph making eye contact with Jane Tanner, in the presence of Gerald McCann, shortly after Madeleine McCann disappeared. During the moment he is captured by camera, he has a smirk on his face. More importantly, he resembles the photofit image of a person seen acting suspiciously near to the McCann apartment on two occasions by a local resident. Additionally, he is wearing the clothing that he was wearing at the time he was seen loitering in the street across from apartment 5A (blue jeans and a dark coloured caghoul. He was also seen acting suspiciously by a telephone box near Kelly's bar on three separate occasions on days leading up to Madeleine McCanns disappearence, but not after her disappearence was alerted to by the McCann group..

The sighting of this person outside in the street and appearing to be watching apartment 5A,  and the location of the phone box where he was noticed down near Kelly's bar, and the location of the derelict building where there exists a shallow grave, and identical items of clothing have been found inside the same building (blue jeans, and a dark coloured caghoul type jacket) which are similar to clothing worn by the suspect in the two mentioned locations, fit into the frame nicely, suspect spotted watching the McCann apartment, suspect loitering near a phone box close to Kelly's bar, the Smith sighting having taken place somewhere on a route between the McCann apartment and the telephone box. Then of course, there is the nearby location of the derelict building and the secrets concealed in a shallow grave in the corner of its rear garden, last but not least, there is the location of the local church where the McCanns took refuge on the preteñse of them being hounded by the press...

The church is just across the street from the derelict building.

Not to far away, in the vicinity of the Smith family sighting, is where Serge Malinka's vehicle was subsequently set on fire, with the word 'Falla' painted on the pavement alongside the burnt out car...

Address of derelict building is No. 5, Ave. De  Pescadores. District of Lagos, Algarve, Portugal...
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