Lying in the Sun

FIRM BELIEFS OR LIES?

FIRM BELIEFS OR PLAIN LIES?



The Magnificent Seven

 

David Payne

Fiona Payne

Matthew Oldfield

Rachael Oldfield

Russell O’Brien

Jane Tanner

Dianne Webster

 

Led by none other than Kate and Gerry McCann… 




It is the belief, or rather the story the McCanns have told - is that it is their firm belief Madeleine was alive when removed from the apartment.

 

But how could they possibly know this?

 

What piece of information do they have which leads them to firmly believe this?

 

Unless the McCanns were involved in the removal of this child from the apartment then they cannot state with any certainty that their child was alive when she was removed from the apartment.

 

They have no proof, no evidence.

 

So what is it they do have – a gut feeling?

 

The Portuguese Police have no evidence of this of Madeleine being alive when removed.  On the contrary, their information points to the child having died in the apartment.

 

Andy Redwood Metropolitan Police most certainly has no evidence to substantiate such a statement, that Madeleine was alive when removed from apartment 5A.


Clarence Mitchell states that it is the FIRM belief of Kate and Gerry McCann that their daughter was alive when removed from 5A, and their FIRM belief also that she was spirited away through the open window…


Likewise their FIRM belief is that the police dogs were useless…

 

But Gerry McCann told us it was his firm belief that he entered through the front locked door using his key on the night his daughter vanished, his wife Kate McCann doing likewise.

 

Seven days later it was his firm belief that he entered through an unlocked patio door.


It is David Paynes firm belief that he popped in to see Kate McCann before Madeleine vanished, his belief he stayed for 30 minutes.

It is Kate McCanns firm belief that he stayed 30 seconds.

It is David Payne's firm belief he stayed for 30 seconds.


It is Jane Tanners firm belief that she saw a man carrying a bundle.

It is Jane Tanners firm belief she saw a man carrying a barefooted child.

It is Jane Tanners firm belief she may have seen a woman and not a man.

It was Russell O’Brien’s firm belief that he took Oldfield’s key and entered their apartment to check on their children.

It was O’Brien’s firm belief that he looked in on the McCann children, entering their apartment by the unlocked patio door which was locked at the time.

It is the firm belief of Matthew Oldfield that O'Brien did NO such thing as he was in his apartment.

It is the firm belief of Matthew Oldfield that O’Brien never at any time checked on anyone’s children.

It is the firm belief of Matthew Oldfield that Jane Tanner did not check on anyone’s children.

It is the firm belief of Matthew Oldfield that he never on any night apart from the night Madeleine vanished checked on the McCann children.

It is the firm belief of Kate McCann that no one checked on her children.

It is the firm belief of Gerry McCann that no one checked on his children.

It is the firm belief of Dianne Webster that no one in the holiday party checked on any children other than their own during that week

It is the firm belief of Jane Tanner that she did not check on the children of anyone else in the party other than her own.

It is the firm belief of Russell O’Brien that he did not check on the children of any others in the party.


It is the firm belief of Jane Tanner that  she did check on the children of others.

It is the firm belief of Jane Tanner that she listened at shuttered windows.

It is the firm belief of Kate McCann that Madeleine could not exit through the unlocked patio door.

It is the firm belief of her friend FIONA PAYNE that Kate McCann said the door was left unlocked for Madeleine to do exactly that – exit!

It is the firm belief of Gerry McCann that the front door may or may not have been locked.

It is the firm belief of Matthew Oldfield that he did not see an open shutter or window on the night Madeleine vanished.

It is the firm belief of Matthew Oldfield that there was no draughts, no breeze on that night which would have caused an internal door to slam closed.

It is Kate McCanns firm belief that the bedroom door was forced closed by one almighty gust of wind through the apartment.

It is the firm belief of Rachael Oldfield that no member of the group checked on the children of anyone else other than their own.

It is the firm belief of Rachael Oldfield that her husband did not check on anyone else’s children but their own.

It is Rachael Oldfield’s firm belief that not until Madeleine vanished did she know that her husband had checked on the McCann children.

It is Fiona Payne’s firm belief that she did not know that her husband had paid a visit to Kate McCann until sometime, much later after the event.

It is Fiona Payne’s firm belief that her husband David Payne did not check on the McCann children.

It is Fiona Payne’s firm belief that she did not check on anyone’s children.

It is Fiona Payne’s firm belief she saw Robert Murat on the night Madeleine vanished.

It is Gerry McCanns firm belief that the cadaver dogs are useless.

It is Kate McCanns firm belief that they are useless.

It is Kate McCanns firm belief that she had a dream about where Madeleine was buried.

It is Gerry McCanns firm belief that she did not.

It is Gerry McCanns firm belief he saw a light in the church a message from above – START A FUND GERRY, START A FUND GERRY his God told him.

It is Kate McCanns firm belief that Gerry saw this light.

It is Fiona Payne’s firm belief that her friends saw Murat too.

It is Fiona Payne’s firm belief that Kate McCann was anxious about having left the patio door unlocked to allow Madeleine to get out.

It is Rachael Oldfield’s firm belief that she saw Robert Murat.

It is Rachael Oldfield’s firm belief that if Madeleine had an accident which required resuscitation that there were enough medics in the group to perform this…

…but I have to add - only if they reached the child on time…

 

Confused?

 

Well I would think so, as these people tell a different story at every turn – they checked on each other’s children – they didn’t check on each other’s children…  There were locked doors, or was it unlocked doors.  Open shutters…then no…closed shutters.  The abductor was a man…but then again he might have been a woman.  A child may have been carried or a big bag of boulders…or a bundle of ‘something!’  The abductor may have been bald, he may have had a head of flowing locks.  He may have had tanned skin, he may have looked like Caspar the friendly ghost…Madeleine was under the bedclothes, Madeleine was on top of the bedclothes, it was a warm night, it was a cold night...

 

I think we can safely say that Clarence Mitchell’s inclusion of ‘Kate and Gerry McCanns FIRM BELIEFS which he introduced to this case, and those of this sorry bunch of cowardly bastards who would not help Madeleine, who would not step up and help the child, who would not stand up and be counted - hold no water!


They can firmly believe
until the cows come home...still it does not make it truth or fact, nor evidence...

 

Not a single one of them would know the truth if it jumped up and bit them on the backside!


I've said it before countless times, but will say it again -
What type of people are this group that they would
not assist police that they would not return to Portugal to help this child, a mealy mouthed bunch of cowards who thought only to save their own skins.   They know they lied, led the Portuguese a merry dance, but what they did not count on was the Portuguese seeing right through them...

 

Left to them, Madeleine was to languish in the hellish lair where the McCann private detectives declared she was most likely being held captive.  What piffle from the McCann PI's and what cowardly and despicable actions by this group of doctors.

 

But to the Metropolitan Police, Andy Redwood – surely he/they cannot FIRMLY BELIEVE a single word that has come from this bunch?  

 

Surely, based on their police witness statements, he cannot FIRMLY BELIEVE they are not to be suspected of involvement in this child’s disappearance on some level, of hindering the investigation or of perverting the course of justice?

 

Everyone else can see it – that they have lied to the Portuguese Police authorities – If Andy can’t – I would have to say that I FIRMLY BELIEVE that something is very wrong with the Metropolitan police Review of this case, not based on a gut feeling but based on that which is before my eyes.

 

So which of the two accounts given by Gerry McCann does Andy Redwood FIRMLY BELIEVE regarding the front door/patio door, as to how McCann entered the apartment on the night the child vanished?

 

a)   That Gerry McCann entered the apartment by the front locked door using his key to open it, as he told the police in his first interview by Portuguese Police.

 

Or

 

b)  That he entered the apartment by the unlocked patio door which he told the Portuguese in his second account of the truth?

 

You see, it is crucial to all else in this story told by the McCanns that we get to the bottom of this.  That it is FIRMLY ESTABLISHED by which doors persons entered and exited this apartment that these persons in the group be identified and the time at which they entered identified also.   Established if they did at all check on the McCann children.

A reconstruction of events would do the job nicely!


Crucial to the story also is what Gerry McCann could possibly have seen or heard depending on whether he walked to the top of the street and entered by the front locked door, passing the bedroom window where the children slept on the way, or whether he walked mid way up the road to the side gate and entered by the patio entrance.

Crucial to the story at what point he first noticed the children's bedroom door more widely open.

If he entered by the unlocked patio he would have seen this more widely open bedroom door  immediately.

Did he?

As it stands at present it is no more than a jumble of lies.

 

There is no way that I can see that Gerry McCann a parent who has abandoned his children in a holiday apartment and who claims to have been checking on his children all week long and several times a night, could, on the night the child vanished – forget which door he used.

 

That is quite simply impossible!

So why did he make the change to his police witness statement?  It has to be to cover for something!

 

According to McCann and his wife Kate McCann this was a carefully planned system of checking a lot of thought being given as to how they would operate their system basing it on one they had knowledge of in another holiday resort…

 

McCann therefore quite franky could not have forgotten the routine.

 

He changed his story for a reason – And Redwood and his Team have to get the answer as to why.

 

How can anyone FIRMLY BELIEVE – that McCann forgot and had to make a change to his police witness statement?  Certainly not the police!

 

I do hope Operation Grange are able to get to the truth of McCanns' tale because as sure as eggs are eggs depending on which of his assortment of stories he has supplied the Portuguese Police it is only the truth that can help discover what became of Madeleine.

 

Discovering what became of this child hinges on the lies told by the group being thrashed out, their reason for lying being discovered. 


Finding an alleged abductor, discovering how this person was able to gain access to apartment 5A to the McCann children, rather depends on their father Gerry McCann coming clean supplying the Metropolitan Police with the truth, giving an honest account of his movements on the night Madeleine vanished telling the truth as to which door he entered that apartment.  


Having given at least two versions is more than suspicious...


Front or back door Gerry?

Front or back door Andy?   


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25th August 2013

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