We've known something about Mrs. Fenn's observations for some time. When I was rereading some of colomom's translations from the Portuguese press (and brava to Heather for her diligence), I came across the following: http://www.correiodamanha.pt/noticia...dCanal=181&p=0 and this: http://www.correiodamanha.pt/noticia...dCanal=181&p=0 So now we have two British women who are saying that Kate was violent. I am wondering if the second woman is Dianne Webster (although from her picture, she's not what I would describe as elderly). I've always thought that she would be the witness most likely to tell the whole truth and nothing but. Some thought it odd that she just remained at the table when everyone else took up the Maddie's missing! cry. She likely thought it just another occasion when the McCanns failed to control their children, and that they would find her and return to the table within minutes. Kate's hysterics did not surprise her-'behaving in a way that raised suspicions about her performance.' Is the word performance significant, or just a slightly skewed translation? And, Oh, would I love to see the pictures she took of the Tapas group that night. There be clues there (National Talk Like a Pirate Day was this week).