I happened to come across on the internet a very innocent and casual picture that I found to be very interesting to be seen within the Maddie case context.
It's about the T9BRT.
I bet you've forgot what the above acronym means, but I'll remind you: it's the T9 Big Round Table. You know, the one they claim they used for almost a week, and we say they didn't because no one can use something that just didn't exist.
Let's first recap.
We have two people describing to the PJ the said table: Kate McCann and Jane Tanner.
Kate McCann describes it as such:
Jane Tanner, a much more imaginative person than the rest of us, comes up with the concept that a series of tables, be they square or round, can be joined to make up a big round one:
We've shown that for a table to have 9 people around it for a meal it would have had to be a significant size:
However, from the various photos we've been able to see of the Tapas Bar, no table of such a size was ever shown:
None of the round tables shown above sits 9 people. Their size seem to fit more what Gerry McCann exemplifies with his hand, in the Mockumentary, the mysterious table:
There are some who think that the photos above may not have pictured ALL of the the furniture in the Tapas Bar at the time or even if the furniture could have been completely different. About the picture not being complete, if there was ever such a big table at Tapas, it would stand out and would certainly have appeared in the Tabloids over and over again. About the furniture being different, Martin Brunt clarifies that at least the chairs were the same when he shows us the table where the T9 "had" their Tapas dinners:
Eight REAL people having a meal around a REAL Round Table. Now add one more place, because the Tapas were 9 and not 8, and another seat for Najoua during Quiz Night, without occupying anyone elses' place. That makes the T9BRT a table for 10 places.
As it can be clearly seen it's much more comparable in size with what we say would have to have been the T9BRT:
Finally, and taking the opportunity of having a picture of a REAL table right beneath the "Brunt" table, can you see how the Sky News reporter tried, ever so subtly, to fool you?