Sunday, 28 February 2010



Kate refused to answer the following questions so gave no help or assistance to the Portuguese Police in their endeavours to find her Daughter.

1 On 3 May 2007 at around 2200, when you entered the apartment what did you see and do, where did you look, and what did you touch?
2 Did you look inside the wardrobe in the bedroom? She said she wouldn't answer.
3 (Shown two photographs of the wardrobe) Can you describe its contents?
4 Why had the curtain behind the sofa in front of the side window (a photograph of which was shown to her), been disturbed? Had someone passed behind this sofa?
5 How much time did you spend searching in the apartment after realising that your daughter Madeleine had disappeared?
6 Why did you say from the start that Madeleine had been abducted?
7 Assuming that Madeleine had been abducted, why did you leave the twins alone at home to go to the Tapas to raise the alarm, not least because the supposed abductor could still be in the apartment?
8 Why did you not ask the twins at that moment what had happened to their sister, or why did you not ask them later?
9 When you raised the alarm in the Tapas what specific words were used?
10 What happened after raising the alarm at the Tapas?
11 Did you have a mobile phone with you at that moment?
12 Why did you go to warn your friends instead of shouting from the balcony?
13 Who contacted the authorities?
14 Who took part in the searches?
15 Did someone outside the group learn, in the moments that followed, of Madeleine's disappearance?
16 Did any neighbour offer you help after the alarm was raised about the disappearance?
17 What did the expression "we let her down" mean?
18 Did Jane tell you that she had seen a man carrying a child that night?
19 How were the authorities contacted and which police force was alerted?
20 During the searches after police arrived, in which places were Madeleine searched for, and in what way?
21 Why did the twins not wake up during the search or when they went upstairs? 22 Whom did you telephone after the discovery?
23 Did you call Sky News?
24 Did you know of any danger of calling the media alerting them of the abduction, since this could influence the abductor?
25 Did you request the presence of a priest?
26 In what way was the face of Madeleine, in photographs or by other means, released?
27 Is it true that during the search you remained seated on Madeleine's bed in your room without moving?
28 What was your behaviour like during that night?
29 Did you manage to sleep?
30 Before the trip to Portugal did you make a comment about a bad feeling or premonition about it?
31 What was Madeleine's behaviour like?
32 Did Madeleine suffer from any infirmity or take medication?
33 What was Madeleine's relationship like with her brother and sister, friends and fellow pupils?
34 Regarding your professional life, in how many hospitals and in which ones did you work?
35 What was your speciality as a doctor?
36 Do you work shifts in emergency wards or other departments?
37 Do you work in the daytime?
38 Why did you stop working at a certain point?
39 Is it true or not that the twins have difficulty falling asleep, that they are restless and that this upsets you?
40 Is it true or not that at certain times you felt desperate at your children's attitude and that this upsets you a lot?
41 Is it true or not that in England you went so far as thinking about handing over Madeleine to a relative to look after?
42 At home (in England) did you give medication to your children and what kind of medication?
43 (Various films had been shown to her of the inspection by forensic dogs, where one can see their signalling indications of the scent of a human corpse and traces of human blood as well as the comments by the expert overseeing the exercise.) Having seen the film and after the scent of a corpse was signalled in her bedroom near the wardrobe, and behind the sofa by the window in the sitting room, Kate McCann said she could not explain anything more than she already had.
44 She was asked about the sniffer dog that signalled human blood behind the above-mentioned sofa. She said she could not explain anything more than she already had.
45 She was asked about the scent of corpse which was signalled in the vehicle she hired about a month after the disappearance, with number plate 59-DA-27. She said she could not explain anything more than she already had.
46 When the presence of human blood was signalled in the boot of the same vehicle Kate McCann said she could not explain anything more than she already had.
47 Confronted with the result of the sample of Madeleine's DNA, whose analysis was carried out by a British laboratory, found behind the sofa and in the boot of the vehicle, as previously described, Kate McCann said she could not explain anything more than she already had.
48 Did you have any responsibility or involvement in the disappearance of your daughter Madeleine?
49 Are you aware that the fact of your not answering the questions put to you jeopardise the investigation that was aimed at finding out what happened to your daughter, she answered: "Yes, if the investigation thinks that."
50 Do you have anything to add? She said: "No."
51 Her lawyer was asked to comment. He said he had nothing to state or request.

Sunday, 21 February 2010


Hmm - Tricky one this, but bound to be good for a few votes!
Being such "important people" and more deserving that the rest of the UK population Kate and Gerry McCann have sought the assistance of  David Cameron to help find their daughter Madeleine at a half hour private meeting with the Tory Leader.  Well, almost private, as Andy Coulson, the Tory director of communications, and Clarence Mitchell were also present.

Apparently, Cameron said that if he became Prime Minister he would do all he could to give the case priority and do anything in his power to discover what happened to Madeleine and relieve the frustration and disappointment the McCanns had suffered.

It has also been disclosed that last week the McCanns also had a private meeting with Home Secretary Alan Johnson.  His reaction seems to have been less positive.

We cannot understand if this latest publicity stunt was for the benefit of Madeleine, her Parents "search" Fund, the would be PM Cameron, or Clarence Mitchell who is hoping to win a seat at the next General Election?  Your guess is as good as ours.

It is also reported that on Friday last, Kate McCann was very tearful as she spoke of the “heartbreaking” failure by police to follow up new leads.    Did their own Private Dicks do any better we wonder, apparently not!

Maybe if Kate and Gerry got off their arses and started actually looking for Madeleine themselves they may find her.  After all they were the last ones to see her alive!  They could start in PdL and the surrounding area.

Saturday, 20 February 2010


Gerry and Kate McCann, no matter what they say, do, or who they sue, will ALWAYS be GUILTY of leaving their three young children alone and unattended and open to danger on the evening of 3rd May 2007.  Irrespective of the final outcome of the alleged abduction of Madeleiene they will forever have to carry this guilt on their shoulders and in their hearts.

It seems to us that throughout the period of the investigation the simple fact of their treatment of their children on that fateful evening has been given second place.  Perhaps if they had been prosecuted for this act of neglect at the outset the enquiries could have taken a different turn and the Police efforts given a useful boost.


Despite the result of the McCann - v- Amaral bout that was decided in the Lisbon Court this week, there is still much support for this amiable detective and his theories.  One must realise that his conclusions were not just fanciful ideas, but were drawn from the results of the Police enquiries and evidence gleaned during the investigation of Madeleine's disappearance.  And, of course, his and his team's years of experience.

We believe Madeleine is dead, our family and friends believe Madeleine is dead and almost everyone we speak to, believes Madeleine is dead.  Any abductor, if ever there was one, has nothing whatsoever to gain by keeping her alive.   The enormous reward on offer has yet to be claimed which is another indication that despite such a large sum no one is able or prepared to come forward.  Such a sum would normally encourage someone to grass on their best friend, or even their family, but so far it has brought forward absolutely nothing.  Perhaps this indicates that the circle of people with the knowledge is either very small, or restricted to those who would have nought to gain by presenting the facts.

We wonder if the McCanns have yet learnt the lesson of leaving the children unattended.


We see that the McCanns are now crying over the fact that they do not seem to be getting any help from the Portuguese or English Police when "leads" are reported to them.  We are not surprised.

Perhaps if the McCanns had left the Police in both countries to do their jobs instead of interfering by producing their own monstrous publicity campaign and by employing their own Detectives, the Police would have got on with the job and we may have seen a positive result by now.  We are sure that both Forces dislike the McCanns efforts to criticise the work they were doing and as such we think they have now all but left the McCanns to their own devices.

The present private dicks do not seem to have done anything useful and, in fact, have probably had a negative effect on the matter by apparently just attempting to find a scape goat and assisting in the depletion of the Find Madeleine Fund.  For so called intelligent individuals the McCanns can certainly make some peculiar decisions!

If the McCanns want the case re-opened, as they are suggesting, then first they must "call off the dogs", give the Police ALL the help they can and get the rest of the Tapas group to do the same.   Some honest statements need to be made, and possibly a genuine reconstruction in PdL of the events of 3 May 2007 with ALL of those involved present.   The amount of work and cost that will be involved could maybe be considered as unjustified when the central figure may well be beyond finding, or even dead.  The McCanns fighting fund could, of course, be handed over to the Police to offset the cost to the taxpayer!

Thursday, 18 February 2010


The PORTUGUESE Law is an ass.   Or at least this is our opinion having heard the news that the injunction banning Amaral's Book remains in force.

However, what the McCanns and the Portuguese Courts CANNOT do, is have all the books that have been sold and are in circulation, banned or re-called.  We have copies of both the Portuguese and English Text of the book "The Truth of The Lie" and we can lend it to as many people who wish to read it. 

We could even point people to Web Sites where the text can be downloaded if we wished and if we were asked.  We will just have to have a quick look at the legal position first as we would hate to give the McCanns any opportunity to sue us!   Wouldn't do them much good however - you can't get blood from a stone, as they say!

The Black Market will be alive with pirate copies within days, or even hours with modern technology.  In fact it could be made available as a download within a very short time.

Of course there are also other similar books available that explore the "evidence" of the alleged abduction and draw similar conclusions to Mr Amaral, they have been ignored by the McCanns, why we wonder!  Is it a case of persecute the prosecutor who was old enough and wise enough to realise the Truth of the Lies?  Time will tell.


We have always been intrigued by Kate McCann's comments that she "...always feels closer to Madeleine..." when she is on the Beach at Praia da Luz, and particularly when she is near the rocks.

Our thoughts are that if one was to bury someone they loved, and who had maybe died due to a tragic accident, they would surely leave a marker of some sort to record the position of the burial site.  

Is there a good photograph of the rocks at PdL beach taken prior to 3 May 2007?   And is there one taken some months later that would maybe show that one or two rocks had been moved?   What an ideal marker they would make especially if they (or it) was heavy and required maybe two men to move it.   Are you getting the drift?   Or is such a suggestion a little too far fetched?

"Buried in the sands of the Sea at low water mark, where the tide regularly ebbs and flows twice in 24 hours"

Monday, 1 February 2010


A very interesting link and a fantastic insight into the "media guru" behind the McCanns!