Tuesday, 3 May 2016
Friday, 29 April 2016
As expected, things are really stirring up after Mr Amaral’s court decision.
Literally for years now we have been saying the final decision on the Maddie case was held up by UK involvement to the point of exasperation of all of us.
Now on April 19 this decision has finally been seen to come out, everyone involved in the case is having the last opportunity to place their chips on the roulette table.
It’s now or never.
Friday, 22 April 2016
After a long wait, the decision from the Appeal Court of Lisbon on the appeal filed by all defendants in what we have called the McCann v Amaral Damages trial has come out.
Unsurprisingly, the decision was in favour of the defendants. Unanimously in favour of them. Overwhelming in favour of them. Totally in favour of them.
The last sentence of the sentence sums it all. Concise and precise: “Costs, in both instances, by the AA., appealed”, The AA. are the Authors/Plaintiffs, the McCanns.
Tuesday, 19 April 2016
Friday, 15 April 2016
Even McCann sceptics and critics who can’t agree on the time of day seem to be in harmony on one subject: the reliability of the findings by the dogs brought in to assist in the search for Madeleine; Eddie and Keela.
Nothing is more likely to induce foaming at the mouth of their opponents than mention of the canine team and their handler. Mr Twitter is like the proverbial dog with a bone on the subject and his long-lost twin, flesh of his flesh, Insane shares his predilection for bizarre explanations of the dog alerts in various locations related to the McCanns.
Friday, 8 April 2016
The Express, April 3rd 2016 wrote the headline “Six months to find Maddie: Scotland Yard set to GIVE UP on hunt for missing girl”, but a closer look at the article suggests it’s a repeat of last year’s guesswork.
What the Home Office spokeswoman is quoted as saying:
“Following a request from the Metropolitan Police Service, we have agreed to provide nearly £95 thousand funding which will cover the first half of the 2016/17 financial year.”
Nothing about a final cut-off date.
Friday, 18 March 2016
This week we’re going to surprise readers with our answer to the following question:
Question A: What does the collective swinging that we think was going on in Praia da Luz and outskirts have to do with Maddie’s death?
Answer: Nothing. Absolutely nothing.
Yes, that’s exactly what the blog thinks. We can only imagine the surprised faces of our readers.
However we are certain that by now our readers know that when we surprise them like this it’s because there’s a catch.
Friday, 11 March 2016
In our post last week “Vultures circling” we spoke about how it seemed these hyenas with wings were circling above and around Praia da Luz for a Portuguese paedophile.
Please note the difference between Kate McCann pointing her fingers at the Praia da Luz area, and the vultures we referred to in that post.
Friday, 4 March 2016
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As we have shown in our past 2 posts, Kate has recently decided that Madeleine is likely to be in the Praia da Luz area. We have stated the reasons why we think she has said that.
However, a vociferous and prolific twitter supporter seems to agree wholeheartedly that she really means what she says.
Friday, 26 February 2016
Friday, 19 February 2016
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Sunday, 14 February 2016
Friday, 5 February 2016
Update 12Feb14: We will be breaking for the half-term holidays this week. We, will be back next week if there aren’t any surprises. Happy Valentine's day to all!
This post is a follow-up of our “Carman” post of last week.
There is no collective noun to describe tycoons, so we came up with our own – a triumph.
Stephen Winyard, owner of Stobo Castle health spa in Scotland and resident of Monaco, was the first tycoon to be named as a financial supporter of the McCanns. By May 10th 2007, Mr Winyard was reported to have made the offer of a million pound reward for information leading to the return of Madeleine. The offer was made earlier in the week through The Times.
Friday, 29 January 2016
Friday, 22 January 2016
Last week we saw how a Mark Warner nanny, Susan Owen, imagined things when finding herself in need of having to “find” a route that circumvented apartment 5A when she invented a road for the authorities that went from the beach to the Mirage bar that simply does not exist in Praia da Luz.
That told us she had something to hide about what she did on the night of the 3rd, and by hiding it she was just one more who obstructed justice in the Maddie case.
This week we will see how a nanny will state very, very clearly that either she’s not telling the truth or another nanny has lied to authorities.