Lying in the Sun

The Dogs Reply

The Dogs Reply

The latest appeal by the Metropolitan Police on Crimewatch will have prompted many to take a look back - I did.  

There is lots out there about Gerry McCann and those unreliable dogs as he once referred to Eddie and Keela, the dogs used in the search for his missing daughter, indeed forensic dogs in general he said were unreliable.  

The article which stood out most though, not least because it was that of a missing person, whose body was discovered buried in the sand, but the body was discovered on a beach in Scotland (the land of Gerry McCanns birth) like being discovered in his back garden, McCann might say, by one of those
very unreliable dogs.   In fact, one of the very dogs used in the case of his missing daughter!   A 'back to bite him on the bum' moment for McCann one that had to have wiped that inappropriate smug smirk from his silly face, that smirk which is plastered on when he thinks he has pulled the wool over the public and the police, concerning the disappearance of his daughter.

And McCann claims to have no faith in these dogs!   I wonder why?

The writer spoke of the missing Madeleine case of how it should be treated as murder,
as many have over the years, since she vanished.  Changing it from a missing persons inquiry to a murder investigation would certainly be cause for concern in the McCanns back would definitely shift things up a gear, but will that ever happen?

The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow Uni

The real Glaswegian working class voice in the independence debate read by thousands and the media

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Smug Gerald Patrick McCann tells reporter, 'ask the dogs, Sandra', dog replies dead body buried under sand here!

Dear All

Do you remember the smug replies by Gerald Patrick and Kate McCann when asked by reporter Sandra Felgueiras to explain the findings of the forensic dogs, Eddie and Keela?


“But this is the first time that you give us a big interview not being arguidos, not being arguidos. Since then. erm. So now I feel free to ask you this directly. How can you explain the coincidence of the scent of cadaver found by british and not portuguese dogs?”


“Sandra, maybe you should ask the judiciary because they have examined all evidence. I mean we are also Madeleine's mum and dad and we are desperate for people to help us find Madeleine which is why we are here today. The majority of people are inherently good and I believe the majority of people in Portugal are inherently good people and I am asking them if they will help us spread this message to that person or people.”


“So you don't have an explanation for that?”


“Ask the dogs (smirk) Sandra.”


“Ask the dogs? No Gerry. Now I feel free to ask you, don't you feel free to answer me?”


“I can tell you that we have also looked at evidence about (haha) cadaver dogs and they are incredibly unreliable.




“Cadaver dogs, yes. That's what the evidence shows, if they are tested scientifically.”

So, the last laugh is on Eddie, a little dog who found the body of Bob Rose buried in sand dunes in Orkney.

I wonder when Gerry Patrick McCann finds out will he still be smirking?

He said, ‘ask the dogs, Sandra’, they have replied.

Eddie replied,

‘is this corpse I discovered buried under sand good enough for you Gerald’?

Eddie is the dog who alerted the world to the scent of death in apartment 5A of the Mccann’s holiday home in Praia da Luz.

It seems that Eddie is a more credible source than highly educated Glasgow University medically trained Gerald Patrick McCann.

And as far as I am aware Eddie the dog has never once lied during the search of Madeleine McCann.

The Portuguese Police should reopen the Madeleine McCann case and treat the case as a murder inquiry.

The track record of Eddie and Keela warrants such a conclusion.

Gerald Patrick and Kate McCann should be arrested under an EU warrant and transported back to Portugal to answer questions they previously refused to answer.

‘Ask the dogs, Sandra’, no, we’re asking you McCann!

Yours sincerely

George Laird
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University
Posted by G Laird at 4:14 PM 

And a related article:-

Sniffer dog used in search for Madeleine McCann found missing Orkney man's body

  • Feb 17, 2010 00:00
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A SNIFFER dog used in the search for missing Madeleine McCann found a man buried in sand dunes in Orkney, a court heard yesterday.

FBI consultant Martin Grime told the High Court in Glasgow he and his springer spaniels Eddie, Keela and Morse were called in by police in the hunt for Bob Rose, who disappeared on the island of Sanday last June.

Eddie, who is trained to detect dead bodies and was used in the McCann case and the Soham murders inquiry, reacted when he was taken to sand dunes at Sty Wick on June 24.

Mr Grime said: "His normal reaction is to bark. On this occasion he started to dig."

The body of "Black Bob" Rose was later found at the spot.

The trial was also told one of the two men on trial for Bob's murder, Stephen Crummack, had indicated the area to police days before.

Detective Constable Neil Docherty said Crummack, 51, went on to blame his co-accused, John Campbell, 59, for killing Bob.

The pair deny murder and a string of related charges and the trial continues.
21st March 2014

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