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    General Discussion Thread No. 18



    I hope that by the time this thread is done, we know exactly what happened to Maddie. In the meantime, I pray that she is in the arms of an angel.....


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    Here! here! Colomom!

    Weird that today Google is not recognising "Madeleine McCann" No articles whatsoever show!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barnaby View Post
    Here! here! Colomom!

    Weird that today Google is not recognising "Madeleine McCann" No articles whatsoever show!
    Must have been a "glitch", I see them:

    Results 1 - 10 of about 2,140,000 for madeleine mccann

    What is wierd is how quiet it is out there on the forums. I think people are starting to tire of the whole mess.

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    Oh my.....



    From: http://websleuths.com/forums/showpos...&postcount=125

    Another inspector who worked with him for several years has one certainty: "By inviting him into the case, PJ has given an inequivocal sign that the homicide theory is dominant. One does not invest in a member of staff of such value, if there was only a slight suspicion of a blood crime".

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    Yes that shocked me also Colomom! Seems like they really know what they are looking for!

    I think people are getting tired & new news fuels comment, there have been so little developments lately.
    Search still not working seems like it must be a UK thing "Your search - madeleine mccann - did not match any documents"

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    A few things to share

    http://forums.mirror.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=22661

    PJ Director talks to El Pais- interview translated

    And from 'Paul' on Mike's blogs comments:

    Alipio Ribeiro, National Director of the Portuguese Policia Judiciaria (PJ) gives Q&A interview with Spanish Newspaper El Pais published today 21st October 2007:

    http://tinyurl.com/2q7tvz

    I’ll leave you to translate fully but a few interesting highlights:

    1) Sooner or later the truth will be known
    2) Those responsible will be tried in Portugal
    3) Even without defendants present, the case will be tried in Portugal
    4) Confusing testimony from parents from outset impeded progress
    5) DNA results alone cannot fully solve the case but are complimentary to other evidence.
    6) McCann’s strong criticism of the Policia Judiciaria (PJ) was made to the British media and not direct to the PJ.
    7) Have never felt political pressure from British Foreign Office
    8) Legal documents allowing interrogation of McCann’s friends will be ready in the next few days.

    _______________________________________

    I read something on Mike's Blog (Comments) that was written about the little 2 year old boy found in the pond in Australia:

    We don't yet know how he died but it's clear how little value his life had for those who should have loved him and taken care of him. So it's up to compassionate strangers, with their prayers and tears, to restore meaning to an innocent life treated so obscenely.
    It is not empty sentimentality but a natural human urge, of benefit to society because it affirms the value of human life. Public grief for victims has led to the conviction of killers, the strengthening of sanctions against murder and pressure on government authorities to protect the vulnerable.


    It really sums up my feelings about the Maddie McCann case too.

    ______________________________________

    And finally, from Mike's Blog (Comments)
    (regarding Gerry McCann's plan to return to work with a guard)

    Anonymous said... (on Monday, October 22, 2007 12:36:00 AM):

    We can surmise that the security arrangements to be put in place will be established at the expense of either the NHS or the Leicestershire Police, or both: ultimately it will be at the taxpayers’ expense.

    We can further surmise that these security arrangements may include extensive and intrusive pre-screening of all patients scheduled to be seen by McCann; such pre-screening possibly to extend to the review of email and telephone conversations; interviews with neighbours or work associates; questionnaire completion and psychological profiling.

    We can again surmise that physical security arrangements to be put in place may include armed police guards at hospital, ward and consulting-room entrances; the installation of airport-style screening equipment; the scanning of shoes and bags by metal detectors; the introduction of face recognition technology systems, I.D. establishment protocols; and stop and search powers to be exercised at random on hospital staff, visitors and patients; and patrolling of hospital grounds by dogs and armed guards.

    We can assume that patients selected to be treated by, and staff selected to work alongside, McCann, will be warned that detention and prosecution will occur in the event of any expression of opinion deemed hostile by McCann.

    We can further assume that patients and staff will meekly acquiesce to these invasions of privacy, contempt for their feelings or opinions; and the disruption of hospital routine and efficiency which is inevitable under these circumstances.

    This being the Leicestershire division of the National Health Service, the staff need to retain their high-paying jobs, and patients need whatever treatment they can secure. Concerns for patient opinion, in particular, are of little importance, and have already been discounted. The hospital “bosses” (in McCann’s description), have spoken. Take what you’re given, shut up, and don’t on any account be heard whining about the possibility of death from MRSA., C.difficile, or other malpractice.


    Crazy, isn't it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by colomom View Post
    http://forums.mirror.co.uk/viewtopic.php?t=22661

    PJ Director talks to El Pais- interview translated

    And from 'Paul' on Mike's blogs comments:

    Alipio Ribeiro, National Director of the Portuguese Policia Judiciaria (PJ) gives Q&A interview with Spanish Newspaper El Pais published today 21st October 2007:

    http://tinyurl.com/2q7tvz

    I’ll leave you to translate fully but a few interesting highlights:

    1) Sooner or later the truth will be known
    2) Those responsible will be tried in Portugal
    3) Even without defendants present, the case will be tried in Portugal
    4) Confusing testimony from parents from outset impeded progress
    5) DNA results alone cannot fully solve the case but are complimentary to other evidence.
    6) McCann’s strong criticism of the Policia Judiciaria (PJ) was made to the British media and not direct to the PJ.
    7) Have never felt political pressure from British Foreign Office
    8) Legal documents allowing interrogation of McCann’s friends will be ready in the next few days.

    _______________________________________

    I read something on Mike's Blog (Comments) that was written about the little 2 year old boy found in the pond in Australia:

    We don't yet know how he died but it's clear how little value his life had for those who should have loved him and taken care of him. So it's up to compassionate strangers, with their prayers and tears, to restore meaning to an innocent life treated so obscenely.
    It is not empty sentimentality but a natural human urge, of benefit to society because it affirms the value of human life. Public grief for victims has led to the conviction of killers, the strengthening of sanctions against murder and pressure on government authorities to protect the vulnerable.

    It really sums up my feelings about the Maddie McCann case too.

    ______________________________________

    And finally, from Mike's Blog (Comments)
    (regarding Gerry McCann's plan to return to work with a guard)

    Anonymous said... (on Monday, October 22, 2007 12:36:00 AM):

    We can surmise that the security arrangements to be put in place will be established at the expense of either the NHS or the Leicestershire Police, or both: ultimately it will be at the taxpayers’ expense.

    We can further surmise that these security arrangements may include extensive and intrusive pre-screening of all patients scheduled to be seen by McCann; such pre-screening possibly to extend to the review of email and telephone conversations; interviews with neighbours or work associates; questionnaire completion and psychological profiling.

    We can again surmise that physical security arrangements to be put in place may include armed police guards at hospital, ward and consulting-room entrances; the installation of airport-style screening equipment; the scanning of shoes and bags by metal detectors; the introduction of face recognition technology systems, I.D. establishment protocols; and stop and search powers to be exercised at random on hospital staff, visitors and patients; and patrolling of hospital grounds by dogs and armed guards.

    We can assume that patients selected to be treated by, and staff selected to work alongside, McCann, will be warned that detention and prosecution will occur in the event of any expression of opinion deemed hostile by McCann.

    We can further assume that patients and staff will meekly acquiesce to these invasions of privacy, contempt for their feelings or opinions; and the disruption of hospital routine and efficiency which is inevitable under these circumstances.

    This being the Leicestershire division of the National Health Service, the staff need to retain their high-paying jobs, and patients need whatever treatment they can secure. Concerns for patient opinion, in particular, are of little importance, and have already been discounted. The hospital “bosses” (in McCann’s description), have spoken. Take what you’re given, shut up, and don’t on any account be heard whining about the possibility of death from MRSA., C.difficile, or other malpractice.

    Crazy, isn't it?
    Totally crazy, totally totally crazy!!

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    Anyone out there...it is Sunday for heaven's sake! tell me I am NUTS and I am NOT reading that Gerry Mc Cann plans to return to work with a bodyguard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthMom View Post
    Anyone out there...it is Sunday for heaven's sake! tell me I am NUTS and I am NOT reading that Gerry Mc Cann plans to return to work with a bodyguard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    If you are nuts, then I am nuts too.

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    Oh-My-Gosh...that this guy thinks for real he is a celebrity????!!!!!!!


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    Not nutz....

    What this tells me is that they must have received some sort of threats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colomom View Post
    Not nutz....

    What this tells me is that they must have received some sort of threats.
    What are you trying to say, that ALL the mail and contact with people are NOT positive as Gerry states on his blog?

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    The Daily Star?

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    Well I will withold judgement until I can read the contents of the article.

    The news is actually reporting tonight that the DNA results have revealed what happened!

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