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Thomas said:   March 10, 2016 8:42 am PST
Recent quote from Kate McCann in the Mirror; Kate said: “The urge to look for Madeleine absolutely hasn’t changed at all. I think we all know that Kate.

Thomas said:   February 28, 2016 11:39 am PST
Kate, cat with 9 lives. If and it's a big IF that Madeleine is still alive, it will be her that finds her family. Considering the milions of pounds that has gone through the find Madeleine fund it should have been easy for the McCann's and their extended family to have searched that 10km radius of PDL. Will I be downloading this latest app from Missing people....NOT...... Perhaps billionaire Sir Bob could have helped them look, sir Bob my arse, a self serving twat more like.

The Truth will Shout said:   February 28, 2016 5:13 am PST
Thank you for the latest four pieces Lazz. Searingly incisive. As I read my mind goes off at many tangents. Those of us who have followed the case closely carry vast amounts of information in our heads! One of the voices that penetrates occasionally is that of Justine MacGuinness - the McCanns' first spokesperson - who apparently left the McCann employ under a bit of a cloud to be later replaced by Mitchell. In the never-to- be-forgotten video of Gerry McCann ripping off his microphone in a Spanish TV studio - in temper at being asked about the evidence of the dogs - the unmistakeable stage whisper of MacGuiness penetrates the uncomfortable interlude. She exhorts him several times to sit down and answer the questions. Then (and you need sharp ears right at the end) she tells him "STICK TO THE OFFICIAL LINE, GERRY!" I would like to know what she meant by an "official line". Bearing in mind the political and diplomatic interference in this case from the off, we, the discerning public, have a right to know what this quasi-political figure meant by an "official line".

Thomas said:   February 9, 2016 12:04 pm PST
Great new today about Lara Casalotti. All the best Lara.

Anita said:   February 9, 2016 12:51 am PST
Lengthy silence on all fronts now. I do hope the verdict from the court in Lisbon is not dependant on the outcome of Operation Grange, if there is one! It wouldn't do to be at variance with whatever is decided by the Met. now, would it?

Anita said:   January 20, 2016 4:35 am PST
I can't find the reference, but I am sure somebody said that Kate (maybe Kate herself?) was in the apartment the night a child was crying for Daddy. That makes sense. A temper tantrum best left to cry itself out, so Pamela Fenn was unaware there was anybody there. I also thought she said she heard the 'key in the door' but looking at her statement she did say she heard the patio door being slid back. That would also fit with Kate being in the apartment. No need to lock it or anything as she was there. Gerry would know that and go back in that way. Not that any of this helps with which door was used by them on the fateful night. To me, a major question, to all of them actually, is their mode of entrance and egress, as so many were supposedly going back and forth, yet it is stated that there was only one key to each apartment. Yet no mention is made anywhere of handing a key to their other half or anything. Did they all have a convenient flower pot outside the door? In the case of the Paynes it was stated that Dianne Webster took charge of the key. So, did they ask her for the key when they rushed back with Kate? They wouldn't need to go to their apartment as Dianne was still sitting with the baby monitor, but as they asked her to stay there (why exactly? Not be privy to what they were saying to each other?) surely they'd have asked for the key in case they wanted to get in.

George Hutchinson said:   January 17, 2016 3:53 am PST
Thanks Thomas, I do hope you are right, however I can't see anyone saying anything differently to Portugese until the ultimate question is answered. In my view, that question is - " How and when did they so successfully, so comprehensively " disappear " the body?" The only people who can break rank on that item are the despicable tapas 7. Unless the Met speak to (I mean interrogate) these despicable people can't see that happening.

Thomas said:   January 15, 2016 5:11 pm PST
Reply to George Hutchinson January 14th, 2016 12:02 pm. Remeber George operation grange had an operational remit to investigate Madeliene's abduction like it happened here in the UK. Mark my words George, at some point one of these investigators will break rank.

George Hutchinson said:   January 14, 2016 4:02 am PST
On the 1st of May, at about 23.45, Mrs Fenn ".. heard the parents arrive, she did not see them, but she heard the PATIO DOORS OPEN.." It appears that the "open access" scenario started on the Tuesday but even though a "young child" was crying the child didn't go out to find mummy and daddy, which we are told was the point of leaving the doors open. However, on Thursday 3rd May ALL of the tapas 9 recorded in the timelines that ALL of the shutters were down. LOCKED-OPEN-LOCKED-OPEN the security regime changed three times, twice on one night May 3rd. Don't the Met have access to the same material as the rest of us? Don't they see the lies jumping off the page? How they can report differently to the Portugese police is beyond me. Rock and hard place.

CH said:   January 4, 2016 8:00 am PST
Brilliant Nigel. As incisive as ever. I think Redwood's revelation moment was also mine. Operation Grange was just a sop to the public and a 'Get out of Jail Free ' card for the McCanns. Redwood insults our intelligence with his ridiculous 'revelation moment' and worse still he insults a little girl's right to justice. Shame on him!

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