Monday, 29 March 2010

Why Kate could never fool CUDDLE CAT

Reporter Andrew Price..Telegraph Sept 8th 2007 wrote...Was I alone in wondering whether that was for comfort or because it was what the PR advisers suggested? Jon Corner A godfather of one of the Mccanns children said 'The Cuddle Cat reeking with Madeleines DNA . That easily explains why DNA has been found in the hire care and ON CLOTHING that Kate bought AFTER Madeleine disappeared'. 

Report: Sunday Mirror Sept 13th 2007 

Kate washed CC 5 days after Madeleines disappearance. Gerrys sister said it was cleaned again two months ago because it was filthy after being carried around. 

A former Scotland Yard detective said. 'It's the last thing I'd expect a mother who is devastated at losing her child to do'. 

The pants Kates wearing, are the ones the dogs picked up on. Kate here IS devastated, there can be no doubt. Kate was seen in these pants many times and comments have been made 'Did she never wash them?'...Of course she did ,just like she washed Cuddle Cat. 

Once again this is only a theory. I do not state anything as fact. I make one exception,Kate loved Madeleine very, very much and that is a fact. Kate loved Madeleine so much she could not stay away. 

After Madeleines death ,where ever she was hidden. Kate would visit and sit with Madeleine. I believe she was placed in cold storage and I was unaware that cadaver still emits a terrible odour even when a body is frozen. 

I discussed this with Textusa and she assured me this is the case. I was so surprised to learn this and wanted to see for myself. Sure enough cadaver dogs are trained to search for cadaver frozen in glass jars. 

Andrew Price was correct CC was simply for PR. Therefore, where ever Kate went so did CC. Kate on visiting Madeleine would place CC on a table or chair and stroke Madeleine. She would cry and tell her how sorry she was and how much she loved her. Kate would then say goodbye and promise to return again soon.

Kate would then pick up CC, from Kates hands she had passed Cadaver on to the toy. 

At this point no one knew the dogs would be brought in. Kate simply washed the toy because the odour left from her hands onto the toy smelt bad. 

This explains also how cadaver came to be on the small red T Shirt, transference. If you look at the photograph with link provided you can see Kate holding CC and what appears to be her rubbing the toy onto her leg transferring the cadaver scent from the toy. 

I now believe more than ever the Mccanns took Rag Doll, Madeleines birthday present to her on the eve of her birthday. 

I also believe if Madeleines remains are ever found, so will the remains of Rag Doll.


    Kate and Gerrys wedding day.

    'For better , or for worse. Until death us do part'


    Gerry with Madeleine


    Cuddle Cat the PR prop.


    Cuddle cat and 'THOSE' pants. Parents, broken hearted.


    The eve of Madeleines birthday...The only time Rag Doll put in an appearance.


    The Mccanns on Madeleines birthday. This look for me shows they had shared time with Madeleine.


    Why did they do it?...Here is your answer, well two to be precise.


    And this man knows the truth...

    But the Mccanns have to now be stopped. They cannot be allowed to get away with destroying a man for doing his job.


    Apologize above link mal function. Please try again.

  10. Good afternoon Textusa and fellow bloggers.

    This has nothing to do with the McCann case. But I could not let this pass without comment. I have seen first hand the way our parents are treated in English Hospitals. This story tears your heart out .


    Police suspicion around CC




    I'm sorry Madeleine

  14. Kate McCann question list

    1 - Did you kill your daughter? - Kate has never been asked this question outright before in the whole inquiry.
    2 - What did you do with her body? - Although cops are convinced maddie is dead,they have no body and is still missing.
    3 - Why did you hire a car? - The mccanns managed without a car until 25 days after maddie vanished.
    4 - Why did you hire the car the day before going to see the pope? - Cops say it makes no sense to rent a vechicle when kate and gerry were about to fly to rome.
    5 - Did the hire car contain any of madeleines belongings? - Police say maddies blood was found inside the car and want to rule out any legitimate explanation.
    6 - Why was maddies blood found in the villa and in the car? - Kate was asked did she have a normal accident.
    7 - Did you move madeleines body in the hire car? - Police are convinced that forensics evidence places maddie inside the car hire after she vanished.
    8 - Why did sniffer dogs detect traces of a corspe on your jeans and t - shirt,and maddies cuddle cat toy?Kate, a doctor insists she was present at the deaths of six patients shortly before flying to portugal.
    9 - Did you sedate madeleine? - The Mccanns admit giving the children an infant painkiller.But they insist they never gave sedatives and deny giving maddie an accidential overdose.
    10 - Did you have any syringes in the apartment? - Kate insists she did not but thinks they may be referring to a "Dropper"used to give the children medicine.
    11 - How much did you drink that night? - The Mcanns have denied reports that their group downed 14 bottles of wine at dinner.
    12 - Who checked on the children and at what times exactly? - The Mccanns have given a timeline but police are trying to iron out alleged possible inconsistencies.
    13 - Did you ever leave madeleine unattended for much longer than you claim? - Witnesses are said to say she was heard crying for her parents for long periods on evenings that week.
    14 - Does your husband know about it? - The police want to know if kate will implicate gerry in their theory.Their bond is tight but police see her as the weaker of the two.
    15 - Does anyone else,including your friends know about it? - The police theory may require a conspiracy involving some of the couples highly reputable friends.Police are focusing on alleged discrepancies in their statements.
    16 - Why did you shout,Someone has taken my little girl! after returning from her room on the night of her disappearance? - Cops want to know why she automatically assumed her girl had been snatched and not just walked off.
    17 - Did you ever leave Madeleine all evening to go into town? - A barman claimed he saw the Mcanns in Lagos, five miles away.They insist they were in Paraia da Luz that night.
    18 - Did you call police as soon as you found Madeleine was missing? - There have been suggestions that a neighbour offered to call police but kate insisted she had already rung - than waited another 40 minutes before actually making the first call.This is disputed.
    19 - Why did you call a priest on the night Maddie vanished? - Police beleive devout christian kate may have been feeling guilty.
    20 - Why did you wash cuddle cat after maddie went missing? - The cuddly toy was maddies favourite and had her distinctive smell.Kate carries it wherever she goes.
    21 - Did you hide anything in the church? - Kate and gerry were given keys to the church in Praia da Luz so they could pray there alone.
    22 - Why do you want to go home now? - After four months in Portugal,the McCanns planned to leave as DNA test results were due.

    Wheres this so called deal they offered?

  15. Someone has a theory

    Originally Posted by GordonH
    If they did do it they could have moved the body more than once.

    How about hiding the body somwhere for a short period of time then moving it to the church: in the crypt for example?
    They had the keys to the church later on and could have put it there.
    Churches can be very cold in hot countries and where better to hide a body than among other bodies?

    Then the day before going to Italy they weight it and dump it in the sea, or get someone to do the same.

    There are any number of possibile ways it could have been done. This idea that they were under 24 hour media scrutiny is false. There were long periods when there were hardly any media in the town and they were certainly not being observed 24 hours a day.

    Also, you have to bear in mind that the parents are used to dealing with dead bodies. Not of their own children admittedly, but having some experience of dealing with the dead, makes the idea of hiding a body less repulsive. They were also under the influence of alcohol which reduces inhibitions.

    Here is my possible scenario:

    Parents decide to go out for the evening and sedate her.
    She takes a bad reaction and asphyxiates.

    They come back from the bar find her dead, realise its a mediteranean country and they will be in serious difficulty with the law so decide to hide the body (a local witness saw someone in the dark matching the fathers description carrying a bundle around that time that could have been a child, it was this witness description that caused Robert Murat to be questioned). The childs tedy is put in with the body.

    Thirty minutes later (there is a timing discrepancy in the various statements of 30 minutes relating to when the police were called) they alert staff, declaring that the child has been abducted and the police are contacted.

    Over the next 48 hours Mark Warner send in a PR consultant and he starts the campaign.

    The parents move the body somewhere relatively cold over the next few days (possibly the church, which was not searched) and take the teddy back, which they wash.

    Then a couple of weeks later the day before they went to see the Pope they hired a car and moved the body for disposal. By this time the body is decomposing (DNA evidence was found in the wheel well of the car and may be from decomposition licquor). The body was then disposed of, in the sea or any number of places where it would not be likely to be found.


    Why did Kate wash CC


    Why did Kate wash cuddle cat



    Thinking the unthinkable

    the washing of cuddle cat

  19. Says:
    September 10th, 2007 at 9:20 am
    I’m still just waiting to find out if there’s more evidence, but sure doesn’t sound that way. I know this sounds stupid, and it maybe absolutely nothing, but I’m bothered that she washed her stuffed animal.

    It was tiny little things like this that Susan Smith did that made the sheriff continue to question her. Beleive me, I’m not comparing these two women, it was just an observation. IF they did it, it was probably accidental and they felt the need to cover it up. If they had nothing to do with it, let’s just hope for their sake in having to grieve the loss of their daughter, that they don’t also have to continue to defend themselves.

    September 10th, 2007 at 9:24 am
    Oh, and I’m not sure how I’d feel about them using her fund for legal defense. I think if anything they should ask people to send notification if they want it only to go toward Madeline’s fund, and that money would stay there. It’s the right thing to do, otherwise they’re asking people to think poorly of them. People that send money into a fund to help find a child are passionate about finding that child, not supporting her parents legal defense.


    Memories of a lost daughter and why Kate washed Cuddle Cat

  21. Links mal function. I shall post the article in full.

    From The Sunday Times August 5, 2007

    Memories of a lost daughter
    Kate McCann speaking last Wednesday about how the abduction of Madeleine has affected her and her memories of her daughter.

    IVF Treatment

    "The one thing I have always been definite about is that I want a family. I wanted to be a mother. Then when we were trying for a baby and it wasn't happening, it was really hard. The longer it went on, the harder it was. I saw my friends having children and I was really delighted for them, but it made me feel sad too.

    "We tried unsuccessfully for several years to conceive. There came a point when we admitted we needed help. I was so desperate to have a child I'd try anything. I know IVF isn't everyone's choice, but I wanted to try it.

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    "By that stage I was happy to start the treatment because it was taking the pressure off us a bit.

    "We had one unsuccessful attempt before Madeleine and that was very hard.

    "But when I got pregnant with Madeleine it was just fantastic. It didn't seem true.

    "I did a test at home so I could handle the result if it wasn't good. I was looking at it thinking 'I don't believe that.' Then I went to the hospital and they checked it. I was really excited.

    "Once we were past 12 weeks we were telling everyone. I swam every day until the day she was born to keep us both healthy.

    "It was a really uncomplicated pregnancy. I had no sickness, nothing. It was so easy.

    "I didn't know I was having a girl until she was born.

    Smiling, she said: "There she was, perfect. She was lovely. She had the most beautiful face. I'd thought I was going to have a boy, just based on instinct. That actually made it even more special that she was a girl. She took us by surprise."

    Madeleine as a baby

    "The first five or six months were really difficult. She had very bad colic and cried about 18 hours a day. She had to be picked up all the time. So I spent many a day dancing round the living room holding Madeleine. I remember trying to butter my toast with one hand and holding her in the other.

    "We would watch the clock and Gerry would come home and there would be three of us. Sometimes she just looked so sad with colic and the three of us would be cuddled together trying to get her through it. Like a lot of things, you go through that difficult, bad stage and it tightens that bond. We've both got an incredible bond with Madeleine."

  22. Her personality

    "She's always had bags of personality. Even as a baby, she was quite determined and independent. Even at six weeks we could see her watching the tele. She was so alert. Her favourite TV programme was Noddy. The colours are so bright and she loved the tune. She would be bobbing up and down. I know all the episodes of Noddy."

    When the twins were born

    "She was amazing, I keep saying that, but she was. She was only 20 months old. She just handled it so well. She was still a baby herself."

    (Kate's voice breaks and she has to pause to stop herself crying)

    "I'll try not to get emotional at this point. I just remember when they were born. I'm going to get a bit upset now, sorry.

    "When the time came to bring Madeleine in, it was in the evening. She came in and… just her little face. When she saw the twins for the first time it was lovely. It was so nice, this expression. She sat on the end of my bed.

    "She's great. We had the odd moment of course, such as when I was breast feeding the twins. There was a tired Madeleine walking about the room wanting attention. But she was remarkable the way she coped with it all. She would look at me and say 'hold it, hold it,' meaning she wanted to hold one of the babies."


    "We'd been away twice before. We went to Spain last year. Then we went to Ireland this Easter. That was a big family holiday. There were about 28 of us. It was great because the kids were all different ages, going up to about 13. They were all looking after each other. They had a great time.

    "We were on a holiday camp all together. It was great. Madeleine is very sociable.

    "She was so excited about coming to Portugal. She was holding onto another girl's hand walking up the stairs to the plane.

    "She was no trouble on the flight, always chatting, and colouring-in or reading. We had a year in Amsterdam and there were a few things we had to go back for such as weddings, and Gerry's dad wasn't very well. She was always perfect."

    The week

    "The kids had a fantastic time. We all did, but it was lovely seeing them having fun. "We did use the Kids' Club and very often did activities there. Madeleine in particular had a ball. They did swimming, went on a little boat, went to the beach, did lots of colouring-in and face painting.

    "Madeleine is at the age where she could really enjoy it.

    "They played tennis which she loved, she was so happy. They had a little dance prepared for Friday. It was a little presentation they were working on in the days before.

    Her voice dropping to a whisper, she added: "I don't know what it was, I never got to see it."

    "On the evening she went missing, before she went to bed, she said 'Mummy I've had the best day ever. I'm having lots and lots of fun.'"

    life has in store for us."

  23. cont...

    "I'd never been to Portugal before and a lot of friends said it was a fantastic place to go. Some friends suggested Mark Warner because they do sports. We're quite sporty, and we thought we'd be able to play a bit of tennis and do some water sports."

    The night she went missing/ was it wrong to leave the kids?

    "There was about 20 seconds of disbelief where I thought 'that can't be right'. I was checking for her. Then there was panic and fear. That was the first thing that hit.

    "I was screaming her name. I ran to the group. Everyone was the same. It was just total fear.

    "I never thought for one second that she'd walked out. I knew someone had been in the apartment because of the way it had been left.

    "But I knew she wouldn't do that anyway. There wasn't a shadow of a doubt in my mind she'd been taken. That's why the fear set in.

    "Then you do go through the guilt phase. Straight away, because we didn't know what had happened. We were just so desperately sorry.

    "Every hour now, I still question, 'why did I think that was safe?'

    "I can't describe how much I love Madeleine. If I'd had to think for one second, 'should we have dinner and leave them?' I wouldn't have done it.

    "It didn't happen like that. I didn't have to think for a second, that's how safe I felt.

    Her voice breaking, she adds: "Maybe it was because it was family friendly, because it felt so safe.

    "That week we had left them alone while we had dinner. There is no way on this planet I would take a risk no matter how small with my children. I do say to myself 'why did I think it was safe?' But it did feel safe and so right.

    "I love her and I'm a totally responsible parent and that's the only thing that keeps me going. I have no doubt about that.

    "You don't expect a predator to break in and take your daughter out the bed.

    miracle had happened, I'd have been happy. Madeleine is irreplaceable. I want her back. We just have to wait and see what

  24. cont....

    "I do feel regret. I've gone through all my life and said I never want to have any regrets, but you can't not regret something like that.

    "It could have happened under other circumstances and there would still be the regret. "It wasn't like a decision we made. It was a matter of 'let's get the kids to sleep then we'll have dinner.' It wasn't a 'shall I, shan't I?' thing.

    "I feel desperately sorry to her that we weren't there.

    "This has touched so many people. I've had so many letters from mothers, really kind words. People have said 'Kate we've done this a hundred times over ourselves. Why would you for one minute think something like that would happen?' It's not like we went down town or anything.

    "People have said to me you're the unluckiest person in the world and we are.

    "That night runs over and over in my mind and I'm sure people will learn from our mistake, if you want to call it that.

    "But it is important not to lose sight of the fact we haven't committed a crime. "Somebody has. Somebody's been there, somebody's been watching.

    "They took our daughter away and we can't lose sight of that.

    "There are still moments where I think 'how did that happen?' You can't imagine in your wildest dreams that anyone would do something like that. It's awful for us but I have absolutely no idea what Madeleine's feeling.

    Pausing for a moment to hold back tears, she adds: "How can someone do that to a child? I've just got to keep focused and positive."

    Cuddle Cat

    "I was desperately hoping that Madeleine would be back before the cat got washed. In the end Cuddle Cat smelt of suntan lotion and everything. I forgot what colour it was. "It was special to Madeleine, she took it to bed every night. If she was upset or tired she had Cuddle Cat. It was special to her so it's special to me.

    Talking about the night she went missing, she said: "I can't remember when I picked Cuddle Cat up. I don't think I did touch Cuddle Cat. I knew straight away a crime had been committed, we had no doubt about that.

    "I look back sometimes and think 'you didn't do that badly.' We were very conscious of not touching things.

    "I can't actually remember when I collected Cuddle Cat."

    Moving apartments

    "When we moved apartments we unpacked some of Madeleine's things.

    "We don't have a room for her set out or anything. I've kept her clothes together. She has lots of presents to open that people have sent. Mostly people who don't know her, and pictures other children have drawn."

  25. cont...

    Her birthday

    "She was due to have a party with two of her friends in the nursery, including her best friend. That went ahead and quite rightly. We were due to have a little family one the next day.

    "We had a private day, we did something with our friends. As days go it was as nice a day as could be expected, to be with such a close, supportive group. But it was hard to ignore the reason why we were there, because Madeleine wasn't. Not having her there was such a huge void."

    The twins

    "They know she's not there and they do miss her. But on a day-to-day basis they are happy. They're lovely, like a little double act, they're so funny."

    Smiling, she says: "They put their little rucksacks on, hold hands and walk off around the room. They're fantastic. Their vocabulary has come on so much since we've been here. The older they get the more it stretches and there are areas we're going to have to broach.

    "But we'll let them take the lead. They talk about Madeleine's things and if they get a biscuit they say 'one for Sean, one for Amelie, one for Madeleine.'

    "There are photographs of Madeleine all around and they comment on them.

    "They've got a lot of love and protection. We've taken professional advice just to check we're doing the right thing by them. We have contact with a child psychologist when we need it."

    The first visit back to the UK

    "When we went back to the UK for a family baptism there was an empty seat on the plane and Sean said 'that's Madeleine's seat.' That caught me.

    "Because I wasn't going home, it didn't feel too bad leaving. It was important for me to go.

    "The hardest thing wasn't being the UK, it was to be with such close family and for Madeleine not to be there. I knew how much she'd have loved to be there. I'm blowing her trumpet again, but she's such a big part of our lives.

    Always conscious to talk of her in the present tense she adds: "Despite her small size she just has this huge presence. She brings a lot of joy."

    "It was a very emotional day, but it was nice emotional in a lot of ways. It was good for Sean and Amelie, they thought it was really exciting.

    "Amelie asked me afterwards, 'Where's Madeleine? I miss my big sister.'

    "I don't know where that question came from, it could have been because it was a family day. She's obviously made that connection, she knows Madeline's her big sister.

    "Amelie will sometimes point at the Cuddle Cat and say 'Madeleine. Her Cuddle Cat. Looking after it.' She's probably heard me saying that.


  26. "Sean said something the other day about Madeleine. It catches me. Then they do whatever they're doing like 'look at this Noddy' and they're on to something else. It's not dwelled on. I can be doing ok and then something catches me in the throat."

    Their relationship

    "Gerry's way of coping is to keep busy and focused. He needs to feel like he's doing something. He's a very optimistic, positive person. I'm not always. With a lot of the campaign stuff, he has done the talking.

    "Sometimes I want to speak, but I just can't. It's not natural for me. Gerry's used to having to speak at conferences and it's harder for me.

    "But I'm equally involved. Every decision is mutual. When Gerry went to Washington, he rang me three or four times a day to ask me what I thought. Although I wasn't there in person I knew hour by hour what was happening.

    "His trip to the US was ok, it's funny what you manage to cope with. We knew it was a positive visit. It wasn't about Madeleine in particular. We've learnt a lot and become aware of the bigger issure.

    "There are so many missing children out there, abducted children and sexually exploited children.

    "Once you know all that you can't turn a blind eye to it. Madeleine is our priority but we have to help. We can't just ignore those other children. Whatever comes out of our experience, anything that can make the tiniest bit of difference to make the world safer place, is going to be a good thing. I feel a moral obligation.

    "Madeleine means so much to me, but you can't take it away from the bigger picture.

    The publicity

    "I don't know why it's been so massive. Initially our family and friends got on board. "We're normal people. We don't have amazing contacts or anything, we just have strong friends. Everyone brainstormed and became very creative. They did what they could and if that meant asking well known faces, celebrities, it was done. They are normal people too. They wanted to help.

    "Abduction is horrifically more common than I'd ever known, but the circumstances of our experience are quite unusual. People have told me 'We've done that, we've done more than that', which is reassuring for me. We doubted what we did. It's hard to answer the question 'were we wrong to leave them?' because we weren't there that minute Madeleine was taken, and now she's gone."

  27. Message to Madeleine - If she could say one thing to comfort her:

    "I'd tell her we love her. She knows we love her very much. She knows we're looking for her, that we're doing absolutely everything and we'll never give up."

    Fears she may be dead

    Holding back tears, she says: "I still have moments of panic and fear. It's not as intense and unrelenting as the first five days. Now, obviously we have hope and it's important to hold on to that.

    "We felt lifted by Gerry's visit to America. They've been dealing with these cases for 23 years and have seen people come back. They were positive.

    "I do go back to those dark moments. It would be abnormal never to touch on them. I do feel panic and fear when I'm thinking about her, but it doesn't help. I'm not helping Madeleine by going there. It's important to channel those emotions into something positive."

    Going home

    "I'm not sure if I'll ever be able to go back into our family home. I can't bear the thought of it. We'd lived in that house for a year and it was a really happy family home. We have so many happy memories in that house.

    "Madeleine's room is shocking pink. She chose the colour.

    "When we left the house we were organised, I was ready the day before. We left early, put our clothes on and grabbed our toothbrushes. We were so excited.

    "Obviously things change as the weeks and months go by. We haven't got the pressure of Sean and Amelie starting school or anything. At the moment we're staying and we feel happier staying. We are closer to the investigation. Some of that might be mad, I don't know. We don't know where Madeleine is, we don't think she's in the UK but there's nothing to say she's any further from there than she is from here.

    "It's a gut feeling. I'm aware there's probably things that would be easier at home, but at the moment this is the right thing for us."

    Going back to work

    "It's hard to think about work. I'm not looking too far ahead, but I can't drop the campaign, I know that. I can't turn a blind eye to it. We'll do whatever we can, working with other organisations, to try to make a difference.

    "It's so hard not to get involved, it's so intimate to us now that we can't ignore it.

    "It's not like I go round in a bubble, but I honestly did not realise the scale of this problem, children suffering like this."

  28. cont....

    Criticism from the public

    "It is hurtful. I hate publicity, interviews, anything like that. I just hate it. When things have happened in the past to children I've wondered 'how do you get through that, how can you even live another day?' Then here we were doing press conferences. You just don't know until you're in that situation. Like this morning, how did I get in the shower, have my breakfast?

    "I just go through the motions. Any parent would do anything they could for their child. We're just doing what we feel is the best thing for Madeleine.

    "Some people say the publicity will be harmful, that she'll be hidden away because of it. But what can you do, just sit and do nothing?

    "It's difficult. It's awkward. But it's not about me, it's not about Gerry, it's about Madeleine."

    Her and Gerry

    "As a couple, I think we're stronger than ever. We're feeling far from lucky at the moment, but we are lucky that we've got a strong relationship. We've got an equal partnership. We don't row, we've never rowed. We have communication, we talk a lot and that is vital at the moment. We have different strengths and have reached different stages at different points but we help each other."

    100 days

    "I'm still hoping we're not going to get there. Every day I'm hoping we won't get to the next day without her. It's a long time.

    "But we have to keep going for Madeleine.

    "We haven't talked about staying here forever, we're just not looking that far ahead.

    "We've had so much support, mothers can empathise with me. Speaking now, on my own, is a way of saying thank you. They've given a bit of themselves to me."

    Having more children

    "Before this happened, we wouldn't have gone for more treatment. I'd have loved to have more children, but with the treatment we've been so lucky.

    "We've got three beautiful children. It takes up time and I'm not getting any younger. "But if

  29. Doer-me-á sempre todas as recoradações desde Maio 2007, principalmente quando M. "is gone!".

    Obrigada,Iron. e Text. Ela merece tudo de bom que se consiga fazer por E L A !

    Pobre Menina!

    Li o texto; vi os comentários. Não esqueço partes do texto....acredito que foi bem pior,sim.

    E, a Teoria de Text, que me lembre, foi a 1ª a ser crua (crua no que diz respeito a ter QUASE total franqueza. Caiu em cheio) . Quase total porque lhe custa pensar nas hipóteses mas, escrever tudo é bem mais duro.
    E, tal como Text. ou Iron., somos todos sensíveis.

    Eu leio e dói:

    Text. e Iron. escrevem porque pensaram: deve doer muito mais.

    Obrigada pela Vossa dor partilhada!



    police did not believe abduction


    Maddie , the dogs and Cuddle cat

    Paulo Sargento

  32. Quote from Paulo Sargento

    That’s right. I have never managed to understand who the pink cuddle cat belonged to…

    But I’m certain of one thing: it’s a lot more important than it seems.

    Even after being washed, when Kate could not feel Maddie’s scent anymore, and placed, untouched, in the little bed where it slept, the dogs felt a presence.

  33. Kate had severe bruises around her wrist. She either wore long sleeves, hid her arm behind Gerry or held cuddle cat (or a sweater) over the bruise to hide them. They are visible in a few photos, primarily in the photo taken with a long range camera when Kate and Fiona Payne were sitting by the pool. In my opinion, Cuddle Cat served two purposes, a sympathy prop and a way to conceal the suspicious bruise on Kate's wrist.


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  35. Fiona Payne mentions these bruises in her statement. She explains them away by Kate thumping and kicking the wall...So yes, bruises were there. Thumping the wall and punching the wall? Yet no marks on Kates knuckles.

  36. "I never thought for one second that she'd walked out. I knew someone had been in the apartment because of the way it had been left."

    "But I knew she wouldn't do that anyway. There wasn't a shadow of a doubt in my mind she'd been taken. That's why the fear set in."

    I wonder why Madeleine couln't have walked out; is it because the doors were locked, because she was sedated or because she was dead?

    Kate knew someone had been in the apartment; yes, Gerry had been in the appartment, hadn't he? So how could she know the way the apartment had been left?

    Kate's statement makes no sense at all. Sometimes I think she knew Madeleine was dead, but she didn't know Madeleine would be removed before Kate came back in the appartment.


  37. Quote

    I wonder why Madeleine couln't have walked out; is it because the doors were locked, because she was sedated or because she was dead?

    Hi Anon

    In my opinion Anon...all three..However, I do not believe sedation was the cause of her death. The police could not be called because an autopsy would have been performed and sedatives in her body and hair would have shown up..Madeleine had long hair and the longer the hair the longer the time sedation would have been revealed. Remember Shannon Mathews?
    Forensic report Shannon had been drugged for three years, from hair samples.

    I have another thought and I hope this is not ambulance should have been called but on entering 'Emergency 'blood is drawn...also revealing drugs. I do not even want to go down that road.

    Thank you for posting.

  38. Kate McCann quote

    "That week we had left them alone while we had dinner. There is no way on this planet I would take a risk no matter how small with my children. I do say to myself 'why did I think it was safe?' But it did feel safe and so right.


    Here Kate speaks the truth yes she and Gerry left them alone, but with one of the tapas.

    Her comment ' Why did I think it was safe? But it did feel safe and so right'


    Was Madeleine playing and fell , was she doing a balancing act? Kate feeling it was SO SAFE...

    Kate says we left the children but also says there is no way on this planet I would take a risk with my children.

    I belive her...


    Kate and Gerry launch new attack...and talk about the ABUSE on the Internet...Of course their idea of abuse is that we DO NOT believe their story.

  40. ...5 days after, heh?...oh,oh, that's not what she told on Oprah...and millions watched her lying about it!

  41. What type of mother washes her child favourite toy!

    A toy I might add wsa only bought for her at the airport by her uncle, how on earth can it beome her favourite toy in a week ???? - Kate states she took the cat to work with her - how on earth could she do that if the cat was only bought at the airport!

    Tick tock Kate and Gerry Tick tock

    1. That's exactly what I was thinking! How do you know it was bought at the airport though? X


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