Sunday, 21 October 2018

Section 9


We have thanked JBLittlemore before and now we have to thank him again. He has helped us change our minds about something quite important about the case, and that is the perception people have that the case can be prosecuted in the UK.

We have stated that it could. We have said that it was legally possible but politically impossible.

Monday, 8 October 2018

It's September 2018 - Comments continue II


As per blogeditorial decision of April 18 this year and practice since then, the blog has become a “single-thread forum” preferring the publication of comments over independent new posts.

Blogger has a limitation of 200 comments per comment page, so whenever the comments start to reach that number, we open up a new post so that comments continue. We did that with “The help and the tennis” and will now continue to do so with “It’s September 2018”.

Friday, 21 September 2018

It's September 2018 - Comments continue


As per blogeditorial decision of April 18 this year and practice since then, the blog has become a “single-thread forum” preferring the publication of comments over independent new posts.

Blogger has a limitation of 200 comments per comment page, so whenever the comments start to reach that number, we open up a new post so that comments continue. We did that with “The help and the tennis” and will now continue to do so with “It’s September 2018”.

Thursday, 20 September 2018

Bogus post

PLEASE DO NOT COMMENT ON THIS POST (comments will not be published)

This post was created on October 3 at 17:23 GMT. It is to show that one can fiddle with the date of a post as it will appear to have been published on Sept 20 at 12:00.

The reason for the publication of this post is explained in our comment made at 3 Oct 2018, 17:26:00in our post It's September 2018 - comments continue”.

Thursday, 16 August 2018

The help and the tennis - comments continue VIII


As we have informed our readers in a comment in our post “The help and the tennis”, we would not be publishing any more posts as we wanted this one to remain the entrance door to our blog for now. 

This post, like the previous posts “comments continue” posts, is simply to allow comments to continue as they have almost reached 200 in the second ‘comments continue’ post, the limit Blogger has for comments per page.

Links to the previous “comments continue” posts:
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue II”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue III”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue IV”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue V”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue VI”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue VII”. 

The help and the tennis - comments continue VII


As we have informed our readers in a comment in our post “The help and the tennis”, we would not be publishing any more posts as we wanted this one to remain the entrance door to our blog for now. 

This post, like the previous posts “comments continue” posts, is simply to allow comments to continue as they have almost reached 200 in the second ‘comments continue’ post, the limit Blogger has for comments per page.

Links to the previous “comments continue” posts:
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue II”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue III”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue IV”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue V”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue VI”. 

Sunday, 22 July 2018

The help and the tennis - comments continue VI


As we have informed our readers in a comment in our post “The help and the tennis”, we would not be publishing any more posts as we wanted this one to remain the entrance door to our blog for now. 

This post, like the previous posts “comments continue” posts, is simply to allow comments to continue as they have almost reached 200 in the second ‘comments continue’ post, the limit Blogger has for comments per page.

Links to the previous “comments continue” posts:
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue II”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue III”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue IV”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue V”.

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

The help and the tennis - comments continue V



As we have informed our readers in a comment in our post “The help and the tennis”, we would not be publishing any more posts as we wanted this one to remain the entrance door to our blog for now. 

This post, like the previous posts “comments continue” posts, is simply to allow comments to continue as they have almost reached 200 in the second ‘comments continue’ post, the limit Blogger has for comments per page.

Links to the previous “comments continue” posts:
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue II”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue III”;
- “The help and the tennis – comments continue IV”.
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Saturday, 2 June 2018

The help and the tennis - comments continue IV


As we have informed our readers in a comment in our post “The help and the tennis”, we would not be publishing any more posts as we wanted this one to remain the entrance door to our blog for now. 

This post, like the previous “The help and the tennis – comments continue”, “The help and the tennis – comments continue II”, and “The help and the tennis – comments continue III” is simply to allow comments to continue as they have almost reached 200 in the second ‘comments continue’ post, the limit Blogger has for comments per page.

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

The help and the tennis - comments continue III


As we have informed our readers in a comment in our post “The help and the tennis”, we would not be publishing any more posts as we wanted this one to remain the entrance door to our blog for now. 

This post, like the previous “The help and the tennis – comments continue” and “The help and the tennis – comments continue II”, is simply to allow comments to continue as they have almost reached 200 in the second ‘comments continue’ post, the limit Blogger has for comments per page.

Tuesday, 1 May 2018

The help and the tennis - comments continue II


As we have informed our readers, this post is to allow comments to continue as they have almost reached 200 in the first comments continue post, the limit Blogger has for comments per page.

Saturday, 21 April 2018

The help and the tennis - comments continue

The Big errmmm... Round Table!


As we have informed our readers, this post is to allow comments to continue as they have almost reached 200 in the original post, the limit Blogger has for comments per page.

Post Scriptum:

Friday, 13 April 2018

The help and the tennis


1. Introduction

There is something in the case that is consensual that it is unclear and that to us is absolutely key.

We would even go as far as to call the person involved, close him in a room and ask him the question he was asked before and to which he has given a very vague and unclear answer to say the least.

That person David Payne and that question would be “about what EXACTLY you intended to help Kate McCann with when you went to the McCann apartment at around 18:30 on the evening of May 3 2007?”

Friday, 6 April 2018

The ambush


1. Introduction

We have now written many posts on the Smith sighting. We have absolutely no doubt in our minds that it was an intended encounter.  Smithman walked deliberately into the Smiths when he had plenty of time and opportunities to avoid them.

No one is able to judge what others decide in situations in which they see themselves put in. The same person can react differently in similar situations, differing only in state of mind between circumstances.

But there’s something called instinct. Saying that everyone withdraws their hand from a flame is not being judgmental but realising fact. As we are being factual when we say Smithman would have done all he could to avoid crossing with the Smiths if he was carrying a compromising (dead or abducted) child in his arms.

And because he didn’t avoid the Smiths when he could have perfectly well done so as we have shown, we have stated that this encounter was completely intentional on Smithman’s part.

Today, we are going to take that intention a step further. We are going to show that Smithman didn’t simply walk intentionally into the Smiths. He waited for them. He literally ambushed them.