Friday, 2 August 2019

Titleless post


This post has been put up to allow us and our readers to continue to comment on the case.

Monday, 22 July 2019

Debbie Lee Perry


Heart of gold with no malice to anyone. THANK YOU.

So much you deserved to be said, so much I wanted to say. Words fail.





Saturday, 13 July 2019

Blood and the EVR dog - Part 5


1. Introduction

We will start this post by informing our readers that this series has just gained another post. It will now be 7 parts.

This part was supposed to be about the deployment of the dogs. And that is what will, hopefully, be the topic of the next one.

Thursday, 4 July 2019

Blood and the EVR dog - Part 4


1. Introduction

This is part 4 of what started as a single post and has evolved to become 6 of them. For now.

In part 1, we showed that blood decomposition is different from human decomposition and that Keela, the blood dog alerts to human blood in all its forms, consistencies and constituencies as may be found in a crime scene.

Saturday, 22 June 2019

Blood and the EVR dog - Part 3


01. Introduction

It’s said that in any creative process, like writing a book, painting a painting, the object gains a life that is independent of its creators. This series of posts shows this very clearly.

This was supposed to be a single post and is now in its third part and we inform readers that there will be six in total. Not 4, or 5 but 6. We are half-way.

Wednesday, 5 June 2019

Blood and the EVR dog - Part 2


1. Introduction

We inform readers that there will be a Part 3. This part became too long so we decided to divide it.

Last week’s post we showed how Keela, the blood dog, alerts to blood and only to blood in all its states of decomposition.


No one argued against this, not even our critics. Their criticism was centred on the alleged “fact” that Eddie also alerted to blood from a live person which immediately begs the question, why call these EVRD dogs “cadaver dogs” at all, if one of their alerts would be to a substance coming from a living human?

Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Blood and the EVR dog - Part 1



1. Introduction

The Maddie case, in terms of internet, has been rocked by very well-known personalities, Mr Thompson and Sade Anslow, casting doubt over Eddie’s alerts on the Scenic: they only represented alerts to blood.

Friday, 24 May 2019

Maddie: Another PM bites the dust


Unless something happens before June 7, another British Prime-Minister folds on the Maddie case.

We are obviously disappointed. As our readers know, we have expressed the opinion that the outing of the truth about what happened to Maddie was a personal issue to Theresa May.

She gave us positive signs from the start. Stood up and “invited” Jim Gamble to resign in 2010.

From 2013, and we’re talking exclusively about the case, the truth slowly but steadily broke ground. If the people from then travelled in time to today, they wouldn’t believe what is allowed to be said publicly, most importantly, in the media about the case.

But even to someone to whom the case was personal, she didn’t out the truth. We don’t know if she really wasn’t able to or if, after her certain point in time used the case as leverage to her political ambitions. Only she will know that.

Our hope is that the public opinion is by now so convinced of a cover-up that archiving the case will be a bigger embarrassment to the nation than it is to reveal the truth.

Time will tell.

Tuesday, 21 May 2019

Gender-correctness


It is not from the absence of a reasonable amount of warning, which we have given you as much as a reasonable person should but as you people do continue, even defiantly, to insist on the subject regardless, let’s continue as promised. We’re now making it a post.


Interesting how the same ‘crime’ – alleged gender-impersonation – is “a vertically-challenged Portuguese female impersonator” when it comes to the blog but is then only “people who are basically minding their own business” when it comes to their friends.

Like the Portuguese say, here, there are no children and then step-children. We are all children here. Let’s stop the hypocrisy once and for all.

We would like to add that we would never reveal a ‘do not publish’ comment - we’re only just expressing surprise at the change of attitude afterwards, completely contrary to the content of the comment

Oh, and we would also like to add a big thank you to them for clarifying something for us. All help and clarification is welcomed.

Monday, 13 May 2019

The protection of the McCanns by José António Saraiva - Comments continue


As is common practice of the blog, once a post reaches the 200 comment mark, we open up a new post so that comments may continue.

Wednesday, 1 May 2019

The protection of the McCanns by José António Saraiva


The blog received a comment from our reader Strawberry Vodka, posting a link to an article which went unnoticed, was ridiculed or disregarded and although we haven’t expanded on it we believe it to be of the utmost importance.

This was the comment on our post “Rua Segura - April 9/10/11 2019 ”:

Sunday, 28 April 2019

Shortened processes


We don’t think UK readers, can understand the Portuguese judicial system because it’s so different from the British one. Adversarial system of UK v Inquisitorial of Portugal.

For example, saying that British “heard under caution” equates to the Portuguese arguido shows that  inability to understand the system.

Please don’t confuse not understanding with spouting absurdities. The Frog saying that Portugal has a “law only allowing suspects in MBM crime to have to provide DNA samples”, is just... ridiculous.

Bringing over to the blog a tweet thread that we consider very important on the subject of the deal Kate says, in her book that she was offered via her lawyer:

Saturday, 13 April 2019

Rua Segura - April 9/10/11 2019


One could say that CMTV in Portugal has, paraphrasing Joe Moura, a pattern, a habit for its nightly programming.

This, shall we call it, routine starts with a panel of sport-commentators which may vary in the name of the show but basically it’s the always the same formula: one or 2 commentators to the right of the host, another one or 2 to his left and debate endlessly about the 3 major football clubs of the country: Benfica, Porto and Sporting.

This is followed by a program with a somewhat similar format about criminal topics. This program is called  ‘Rua Segura’.

Thursday, 11 April 2019

The Great American Spy


Fascinating the double standards that people who are on the internet about the Maddie case have.

If we say that the Tapas staff lied about the T9 and their alleged presence in the esplanade during that fateful week of 2007, we are mercilessly accused of maligning those poor people who already have had to bear the burden of being unlucky of ever having crossed paths with the T9 which caused some of them to have lost their jobs.