Sunday, 17 December 2017

Post for Comments

As the Red Card post is about to overcome the 200 comments, we are publishing this so that our readers can continue to publish their comments.

We are keeping Nigel Nessling on the front cover of the blog.


  1. A very stupid comment made by a pro-McCann foot soldier, one of the many Nessling’s comrades in arms:

    Replying to @SadeElisha86 and @nikki_plummer
    #Nessling was not convicted of peadophilia. He was convicted of having 40000 pornographic pictures of children. Being a peadophile is not a crime. It's what a peadophile does that is the crime.
    9:49 PM · Dec 16, 2017

    Being a paedophile is indeed not a crime but acting on that attraction is, whether it be actual physical abuse, downloading illegal images or inciting others to do so.

    Nessling has confessed to have acted on that attraction.

    Those images, in which are included category A and B ones, were made by other paedophiles, abusing real children for the benefit of the depraved downloaders like himself.

    It is a serious crime, meriting a prison sentence, even if that sentence is suspended. It means any repeat of the same offence will mean it will be effective.

    A suspended prison sentence is a prison sentence, one of the many punishments according to law to a crime which in this case of paedophilia.

    Nigel Nessling is not only a mere individual suffering from a serious psychological disorder but a sentenced criminal and his crime is paedophilia.

    He may have not physically harmed any children but there were children physically harmed in his crime.

    And it also entails registration on the sex offenders’ register.

    1. A drowsy (sedated) Madeleine fell off the sofa and hit her head on the tiled floor when nobody was about (left alone). An attempt at resuscitation where she was later found (behind the sofa) failed. Madeleine had died. An abduction plan was hastily formed to now save themselves (sink or swim).

      Thoughts please? Thanks.

    2. Anonymous 9 Jan 2018, 11:38:00,

      We are kind of busy this morning but will reply to your comment hopefully still today.

      However, we would like to point out that we find it very strange that you decided to place a reply concerning sedation/negligence here when the issue is being discussed elsewhere in this comment section.

    3. Hi.

      Apologies, I wrote that but not sure why it ended up there. It was meant to be a reply to your post from the 8th of Jan (20:41) and I did write it yest but it wouldn't go through. So I tried again earlier.

      Could you move it to the appropriate place? Thanks.

    4. Hi - thanks for the reply.

      Can you also publish my subsequent comment I made apologising for posting it there and request made for it to be moved into the appropriate place.

      Just so there is nothing 'strange' about it at all.


    5. Anon,

      Thank you for clarifying.

      When we reply later today, we will put it all in the right place and say HERE that we have done so.


      Your comment is very relevant because the answer to it clarifies a lot of questions and myths around negligence and sedation.

      Thank you

    6. Anon,

      Please check our reply at 9 Jan 2018, 14:28:00.

      Once again, thank you.

  2. It beggars belief that anyone could even think of defending this sick pervert. He contributed to the abuse of children by his interest in it which supported and encouraged the other paedophiles to commit the act. This makes him as bad as them. Well done Textusa for keeping Nessling in full view - despite all the contrived distractions.

  3. There used to be an headline on Textusa blog along the lines of

    "those that defend the indefensible use reason's beyond reason itself"

    Never a truer word said than in this case.

  4. The Mcs cannot disown paedo Nessling. They would have to use the MSM to do it and that woukd out him to the general public. They and all pros have to live with the fact a paedo was one of them.

  5. How sicker can this game the beginning we had the defence of neglect of little children. I don't believe they were ever left alone but you had celeberties and minions alike defending the leaving of young children with their "having we all done it" stories. There was no outcry when tabloid newspapers printed such stories, it's as if for the McCanns Britian didn't care about the culture they allowed their country to be defined as. Now their trying to defend peadophilla. Probably trying to gauge how this goes down on Twitter before we get Lorraine or lazzier to bring the defence of it over to the MSM.

  6. Should the MCs be blamed for all the crooks, trolls and paedos in disguise who perfidiously took advantage of them as they were weakened after their loved daughter had been stolen from them ?
    It's likely what they would say, though now it suits them more to remain quiet.

    1. Anne Guedes,

      Do you believe that Maddie was stolen from the McCanns?

      If so, could please explain under what circumstances?

      Thank you

      Regardless of your belief, as we have said the McCanns are certainly not to blame for whoever supports them but they are to blame for not distancing themselves from a person who has been sentenced for paedophilia and they haven't to date.

  7. Didn't you read "it's likely what they would say" if they felt compelled to take a position ?
    I really wonder how you could suppose I believed that MMC was stolen, Textusa !

    The only thing I'm convinced of is that the MCs have excessively and despicably used the victimhood concept. In this perspective they would claim that a vile guy disguised into a MMC's searcher misled them, their lack of criticism being understandable through the terrible situation of being a family of 5 without 1.

    1. Anne Guedes,

      No, we don't believe you would and that's exactly why we felt your words needed clarification as they could be misread!

      Thank you for clarifying and our apologies for the misunderstanding.

  8. Hello. So what do you envisage will be the next move from Team McCann OR/AND the move Operation Grange/PJ makes next? (Both Goverments)

    March 2018 is when the cash extension runs out. What's your predictions before then? And whilst I'm at, what do you think will happen at said date?



    1. Andy,

      Let’s look at things from each one of the sides of the fence, the other side and the government.

      In terms of the other side, we were surprised by the use of Malinka.

      We did not see him being used before he was and we don’t think anyone did. Proof of this is was to see how easily and how seriously compromised the Murat supporters ended up being. If they had the faintest idea the other side would burn such an asset they would have preserved themselves and they didn’t.

      Knowing what we now know we think it was planned to use him around the February/March timeframe (the time to decide to further continue funding Operation Grange) but the damage control needed that was absolutely needed to be done because of Nessling forced his premature use.

      Who or what is going to replace him, we don’t know.

      We have tried to see any other name that can be used, and we only could come up with one – who we won’t mention for now – but even this one we honestly are not seeing this individual allowing himself to be used as Malinka was.

      There’s no question the other side wants the case archived, so we would say that the only thing left for them to do to have former Met officers come on MSM and say again what a waste of money Operation Grange is.

      The downside to this for the other side is that as it’s has already been proven that money-shaming the government on the Maddie case not only doesn’t work but it might antagonise it a little more than it is advisable to push.

      In terms of government, one has to look at this on how much it feels is benefitting by keeping the farce going.

      The sex-pest list was not about the Maddie case but about Brexit. It seems that having total control of the Maddie case, it benefits government on Brexit over its internal opposition.

      The sex-pest list, showed very clearly who is holding all the cards.

      But, and that is what is the government’s trump, it’s no longer about it holding the cards but the fact that by holding them it decides how they are played.

      Note, not if but when and when that when happens, how.

      The government has at least 2 options to out things on the Maddie case, the soft or the hard truth.

      The soft truth, or a controlled MSM one, is to make sure that the way things are revealed is perfectly under control.

      Yes, it was swinging but all was “humanly understandable” for those around to have helped. The storyline will ensure the McCanns & T7 will continue to look be only evil ones (maintain the focus on them) and they will be the ones the public will forever despise.

      The hard truth is to let the MSM dogs rip the story apart.

      Name, shame and blame. The Nessling episode showed very clearly how damaging to those involved this option can be.

      At this point in time, the Maddie case is an asset for the government. It will milk this cow as far as it wants and the cow will continue to give all the milk that the government will want squeezed out of it.

      If this goes into the next fiscal year, only the government knows.

    2. Hi Textusa,the Tapas 7/9 Kate,Gerry ideally would love the case to be shelved,"Un-solved"?
      The UK public were maybe once fascinated by 3 Year old Madeleine McCann's disappearance,but now it has become tiresome,exploited beyond belief by the MSM,Clarence Mitchell,Justine MaGuiness,UK Government,MI5,Police Forces farcical Operation Grange?
      It will be hard for the McCann's to have to depart with Supreme Court Costs to Mr Goncalo Amaral, Video Company, via ECHR closure of their Defamation claims?
      But it would be more of a disaster if Operation Grange actually turns against there"No Longer,Not Suspects"of involvement into Madeleine's disappearance dated 3 May 2007?

    3. Anonymous, 20 Dec 2017, 15:54:00,

      About the ECHR, all we can do is repeat here what we have already said on 11 Dec 2017, 21:56:00, in a reply to a comment on our post "Red Card":

      "Anonymous 11 Dec 2017, 18:19:00,

      We won’t hear if the case is accepted or rejected unless Mcs choose to tell.

      It makes no difference to the acórdão of the Portuguese Supreme Justice Court (SJC).

      It can’t reverse that decision. The money the McCann have to pay is still due to this court.

      The ECHR is not a court of appeal which suspends any judgement of the SJC.

      The ECHR is to handle human rights issues in which the complainants complain against an EU state member, in the case Portugal, and not against any individual."


    Green has resigned - he breached code

    1. Anon 21.11.00,Yes Mr green has stood down from his post from Prime minister Theresa May's Government-misleading comments?
      Just suppose you were at your Office working on your computer and these images of"Pornography"appeared or where found by UK Police Officers accessing your personal details via the Computer system in 2008?
      If you are an employee of an"Organisation"(Mr Green),the Organisation could enforce directives from it's workplace,HR,which could follow Termination of your contract of Employment,Sin die?
      Mr Green has not been dismissed as an MP,but removed from his Cabinet Position(Demoted)but still remains Employed as part of the UK Government,so it must be questioned why is there"Double standards"of application where public money is funding these positions of Government?
      Let us hope that"Mealy Mouthed"Jacob stops trying to rewrite what has actually happened,he mislead his Boss(TM)over what he did/did not know about the Pornographic details,legal or Not illegal within a Work place environment,Automatic dismissal to (Plebs)?

  10. In respect of the Employment Acts, who is the official ‘employer’ of Members of Parliament?
    Members of Parliament are not employed in any legal sense of the word. MPs are elected to their position by the electorate after putting themselves up as a candidate. The position of MP attracts a salary and expenses, paid by IPSA, which Members may access once they have been confirmed by the local Electoral Officer as having won the election.
    When a Member is elected to Parliament it is for each Member to decide how to carry out that role most effectively. As most MPs are members of a political party, the party often provide advice and guidance to new MPs, the House authorities also provide guidance on how to access services of the House. There is no-one who can dictate to the MP what they should do.
    Obviously there are things MPs are not allowed to do and standards by which they should abide - there is a Code of Conduct and the behaviour of Members is monitored by the Commissioner for Standards who makes recommendations to the Committee on Standards and Privileges. Certain things can disqualify a Member from the House, these are listed in Schedule 1 of the House of Commons (Disqualification) Act 1975

    From independent parliamentary standards authority...


    1. I think this means as Theresa appointed Mr Green she therefore can unappoint him...but his seat remains in the hands of the electorate he represents.



      Damian Green had to go, but police face questions - Jeremy Hunt


      There’s an art to resigning from this Government, and Damian Green is highly skilled in it


    Trade minister Mark Garnier cleared after sex toy investigation by Cabinet Office

    1. Anon 18.12.00,the cabinet Office Duracell batteries must have been run down after deliberating so long over the Damien Green,misleading statements debacle,Mark Garnier Sex Toys?
      Guy Fawkes was right about this den of enquity?


  13. Penned by Kate herself.

  14. On Dec 14, Malinka withdrew from his Kickstarter project and going into silence with an absurd tweet:

    Replying to @S100Maggie
    If i can afford to do it myself it will be free on amazon and tunes #McCann
    2:10 PM · Dec 14, 2017”

    7 days later he seems to have resurfaced.

    First, he retweeted this:

    “DOISGALOES Retweeted
    Madeleine CaseTweets@McCannCaseTweet
    Oh Dear!!! #NigelNessling #mccann
    Messages between Madeleine McCann's parents and 'paedophile' MP set to be probed
    7:47 PM · Dec 21, 2017”

    This tweet had a link to this article:

    We dealt with this article in our post “Freud and Maddie”:

    But then Malinka had this VERY INTERESTING dialogue with an abduction apologist:

    “Green Leaper@FragrantFrog
    If PJ didn't believe abduction at all, why did they question Murat, Malinka, local sex offenders & burglars? #mccann

    Replying to @FragrantFrog
    Because of the lie of the brits #McCann
    9:50 PM · Dec 21, 2017

    Green Leaper@FragrantFrog
    Replying to @doisgaloes
    How many different people saw Murat that night hanging around the Club when he said he was at home? You know why they questioned you - because of association.

    There you go - who Algarve should be questioned if this is the case! #McCann

    Green Leaper@FragrantFrog
    I have my own idea about who is behind all this & he doesn't live in the Algarve.

    Share it!

    Green Leaper@FragrantFrog
    LOL. You know I can't do that without libelling!

    So this is the whole point, everyone knows everything, but afraid say. Don't you think its a bit wrong!

    Green Leaper@FragrantFrog
    I think we have to wait for the 2 police forces to acquire all the necessary evidence for a successful prosecution. Those who are innocent should have nothing to fear.”

    And finally, also VERY INTERESTINGLY, mocks the McCanns:

    Meanwhile in Candyland (link:… #McCann
    Kate McCann revela que continua a comprar um presente de Natal para a filha Maddie
    10:47 PM · Dec 22, 2017”

    And finishes off with the absurdity he left us with on Dec 14:

    Replying to @doisgaloes
    Hi news on whats happening with the book sergey

    Replying to @bitconfused90
    I am writing it myself for now. Maybe I get a publisher, maybe relaunch campaign again, maybe just finish it and give it away for free. Time will tell!
    11:02 PM · Dec 22, 2017”

    1. First comment one must make is obviously about his 'first' goodbye tweet:

      "If i can afford to do it myself it will be free on amazon and tunes"

      If the book is free, what then is there that he cannot afford?

      What is there to be paid?

      There seems to be at least ONE hard copy of the book as we have all seen a picture of it, is it the only copy?

      But then in his 'second' good-bye he says "I am writing it myself for now". Is it written, or is it not?

      Talking about writing, someone should tell someone they should get a pen and a paper and jot down what they say, so they can remember they said it. And pictured it.

  15. I think the above messages seem to be sending out the message that the brits need to be questioned, I think this is going to be pushed a lot next year. We've had the telegraph article trying to get the sympathy vote, my guess is next year we will be bombarded with articles about the poor parents, trolls possibly, funding and OG not questioning the parents.

    The government has spent several million on this case and in my view they haven't spent all this money to cover-up a cover-up but to bring closure on a case which has brought difficulty to two governments.

  16. Happy Christmas Textusa just wanted to take this opportunity as we leave this Christmas Day behind to tell you that it has been a pleasure following you all these years and here's hoping you can hang up your boots in the new year fillowing a successful conclusion


    To all our supporters. We just wanted to pass on our love and thanks to everyone who has continued to support us throughout another year.

    'Christmas is a tricky time - as it is for many people.

    'Friendship, solidarity and warm wishes go a long way in giving us the strength to get through and make the very best of it.
    'So from all our family a very big thank you. We will never give up on Madeleine.

    'With very good wishes for a happy and peaceful 2018. Kate and Gerry.'


    Parents of Madeleine McCann vow to 'never give up' on their missing daughter as they face the 11th Christmas without her

    Madeleine McCann vanished on a holiday with her parents in Portugal in 2007
    Devastated Kate and Gerry have still not given up hope of one day finding her
    Madeleine, who was three-years-old when she disappeared, would now be 14
    McCanns took to Facebook to thank supporters and say they will 'never give up'

    By Tracey Khandola For Mailonline
    Published: 08:43, 25 December 2017 | Updated: 08:45, 25 December 2017

    The parents of Madeleine McCann have pledged 'never to give up' on their missing daughter as they bravely spend their 11th Christmas without her.

    In a Christmas Day posting, Kate and Gerry admitted the festive season is 'a tricky time' and they only battle through with the 'friendship and solidarity' of all their supporters.

    The couple took time to write a message to thank well-wishers for their continued help after poignantly laying presents in Maddie's bedroom - hoping one day she'll be back home to open them.

    In a posting on the Madeleine Facebook page they wrote: 'To all our supporters. We just wanted to pass on our love and thanks to everyone who has continued to support us throughout another year.

    'Christmas is a tricky time - as it is for many people.

    'Friendship, solidarity and warm wishes go a long way in giving us the strength to get through and make the very best of it.
    'So from all our family a very big thank you. We will never give up on Madeleine.

    'With very good wishes for a happy and peaceful 2018. Kate and Gerry.'

    Former GP Kate, now a medical worker, and heart doctor Gerry, both 49, posted their message of gratitude on a webpage which promotes the search for their daughter and which they endorse.

    Among supporters responding to the early morning Xmas post is Margaret Ryan who said: 'Please God she will be found and give her family some peace.'

    Karen Homewood added: 'Christmas is just another time of the year when this family are without a loved and cherished one. I can't begin to imagine the heartbreak they must go through every day. Never give up - she is still with us somewhere.'

    Kate told last week how she still buys Christmas gifts for Maddie and places then in her pretty pink room which has remained untouched since she vanished more than ten and a half years ago.

    It has become a shrine to the little girl, with photos and drawings as well as festive offerings and birthday parcels.

    The couple, from Rothley, Leicestershire, cling onto a glimmer of hope that their eldest child - who would now be aged 14 - could one day return home.

    Three-year-old Maddie vanished from a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in May 2007, while her parents were dining in a nearby tapas restaurant with pals.

    Kate and Gerry try to keep the festive season as fun and normal as possible for the sake of their 12-year-old twins Sean and Amelie.

    But Kate said the occasion is always 'tinged with pain and longing' insisting: 'Madeleine should be here and we should be celebrating with her.

    'We have not lost hope that we may get to celebrate another Christmas with her. '

    The family will have a quiet low key Xmas at home.

    Prayers will be said for Maddie during the village church's Christmas Day service whilst a candle in memory of the youngster burns around the clock in the square beside the war memorial.

    Scotland Yard detectives hunting for Maddie have been granted funding until the end of March next year to continue their search.

    Officers have been scouring Europe for an elusive 'woman in purple' they believe may hold the key to the kidnapped girl's fate.

  19. The color purple, again! Tanner must be worried or incensed. Then: a tricky time. Kate is now a medical worker, not a doctor? Then two ladies from Rothley to massage the message, Margaret Ryan and Karen Homewood. Funding until March... we will never give up... etc.


    "The police investigation is being led by Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Wall."

    So, Operation Grange is not her full time job.

    One has to wonder what is then the money granted to Operation Grange for.

    If it's for salaries, then does this case fall under Grange expenditures?

    Or is Grange just like the PJ investigation in Portugal: sitting on a desk waiting for a political decision?

    1. The 2015 announcement of the scaling back of the team clearly states that "A team of four officers will continue to work solely on the Grange investigation, funded by the Home Office."
      This is no longer the case so it seems if DCI Wall is heading other cases.

    2. Anonymous 29 Dec 2017, 11:50:00,

      Thank you!

      Update on the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann

      News • Oct 28, 2015 14:49 GMT

      The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has today, 28 October announced the new structure and changes to the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.

      The investigation into what happened to Madeleine continues but with a smaller team of officers. Officers investigating her disappearance have completed the huge task of bringing together and investigating the massive amount of information held by colleagues in Portugal, the United Kingdom investigation and the private investigators working on behalf of the McCann family.

      They are now following a small number of focused lines of inquiry that have allowed them to reduce the size of the Home Office funded team.

      Detectives investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann in May 2007 have been working through material and following investigative inquiries since the Home Office requested a review of the case in May 2011.

      Operation Grange is working to support the Portuguese investigation and this work continues.

      While there remain lines of inquiry to follow, the vast majority of the work by Operation Grange has been completed.

      This work included reviewing all the material relating to the case which were brought together for the first time and amounted to collating over 40,000 documents from United Kingdom and foreign law enforcement agencies, as well as various private investigation companies.

      Officers worked meticulously through the information. Some of the material had to be translated into English, facts had to be cross-referred and diligently analysed to ensure an oversight of what the MPS was examining and to search for new lines of inquiry.

      Once this work had been completed the review became a full investigation in July 2012.

      The investigation team has taken 1,338 statements and collected 1,027 exhibits. Having reviewed all of the documents, 7,154 actions were raised and 560 lines of enquiry identified, and over thirty international request to countries across the world asking for work to be undertaken on behalf of the Met.

      Officers have investigated more than 60 persons of interest. A total of 650 sex offenders have also been considered as well as reports of 8,685 potential sightings of Madeleine around the world.

      The Grange team received on average two hundred emails a week, and following the media appeal in October 2013 across three countries, received over 7,000 responses.

      For an investigation of this size, the extraordinary circumstances of investigating a missing child four years later in another country, the vast wealth of information and theories, it was always going to be an immense task and required a full team of 29 staff working on it.

      With the significant amount of work approaching completion, as with all investigations the MPS has reviewed the staff required to progress the remaining work.

      A team of four officers will continue to work solely on the Grange investigation, funded by the Home Office. The enquiry has not reached a conclusion, there are still focused lines of investigation to be pursued.


    3. (Cont)

      The officers will continue to be overseen by Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Wall, the current senior investigating officer, and sit within an existing major investigation team on the Homicide and Major Crime Command. This will give them access to officers within that team should they be required to support further operational activity.

      Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley, from the MPS said: "The Met investigation has been painstaking and thorough and has for the first time brought together in one place what was disparate information across the world.

      "This work has enabled us to better understand events in Praia da Luz the night Madeleine McCann went missing and ensure every possible measure is being taken to find out what happened to her.

      "We still have very definite lines to pursue which is why we are keeping a dedicated team of officers working on the case. We have given this assurance to Madeleine's parents, Kate and Gerry McCann.

      "The Portuguese police remain the lead investigators and our team will continue to support their inquiry. They have extended every courtesy to Operation Grange and we maintain a close working relationship. I know they remain fully committed to investigating Madeleine's disappearance with support from the Metropolitan Police.

      "The Met was asked to take on this exceptional case as one of national interest. We were happy to bring our expertise to bear only on the basis that it would not detract from the policing of London; and the Home Office have additionally funded the investigation above normal grants to the Met. That will continue at the reduced level.

      "I have overseen this investigation since 2012 and am very grateful for the enormous assistance of the media and public so far which, through the appeals, have generated new information and lines of Inquiry. "

      Our decision and rationale has been discussed with Mr and Mrs McCann.

      Mr and Mrs McCann said: "We would like to thank all the staff from Operation Grange for the meticulous and painstaking work that they have carried out over the last four and a half years. The scale and difficulty of their task has never been in doubt.

      "We are reassured that the investigation to find Madeleine has been significantly progressed and the MPS has a much clearer picture of the events in Praia da Luz leading up to Madeleine's abduction in 2007.

      "Given that the review phase of the investigation is essentially completed, we fully understand the reasons why the team is being reduced.

      "We would also like to thank the Home Office for continuing to support the investigation.

      "Whilst we do not know what happened to Madeleine, we remain hopeful that she may still be found given the ongoing lines of enquiry. "

      The remaining Operation Grange officers will be deployed to other enquiries within Specialist Crime and Operations.

    4. This was an interesting update. Though the remit in 2011 was "reviewing the abduction as if it occurred in the UK", 4 years later the Met uses only the word "disappearance" whereas the MCs never lose an opportunity to insist on "the abduction".

  21. PeterMac said it's quite normal for a DCI to work on numerous cases at once.

    1. Can PeterMac say if it's normal for officers assigned to cases with very high visibility, public impact and political sensitivity and which is funded specifically by the Home Office with Whitehall blessing (noting that funding has always been newsworthy) to be diverted to other cases?

    2. Jill,

      Please see replies from Anonymous 29 Dec 2017, 11:50:00 and us.

      Thank you.

    3. He didn't say officers (plural) - he said DCI Nicola Wall.

    4. Unpublished Jill Havern at 29 Dec 2017, 13:14:00,

      We’re not publishing your comment because it contains a private mail between you and PeterMac and we never publish comments which contain a private mail.

      We think we have all covered it with the replies already published,

      We are certain that a DCI does not do the handiwork, nonetheless is the one who is responsible. Again, the sensitivity and political importance of the case, suggests, or should suggest, total and absolute exclusivity.

      By the way, the timeframe you mention means that Nichola Wall was diverted to another case, or other cases, during the critical time the further funding of Grange was being decided.

      This further proves our point that the Maddie case is indeed one that’s just sitting on a desk waiting for a political decision and not one that has officers dedicating time and effort to it.

      Lastly, with all due respect to PeterMac, no one is currently able to say what is and what isn’t norm in the Maddie case. No one has ever been like it. It’s absolutely unique. No other case or situation benchmarks it.

      When the next Maddie case happens, which we don’t believe it will ever happen, then yes one will then be able to ascertain if what is happening is realistic or not.

      Thank you for your comment.


    "Maria Santos
    1 min ·
    It seems, again, some people are trying make money out of Mr Amaral's work.

    This time it's a hard copy book. Picture below.

    We have no knowledge of him having published his book in English. Any money spent in buying this does not go in any way to the author of its content.

    This is the 3rd time, I've warned of a similar scam.

    Whoever is pursuing it, is simply disgusting."

  23. Is Insane saying more than he should?

    "Michael Walker‏@walkercan1000
    Things to take on a swinging holiday, 3 babies, friends, some old duffer. Make sure someone from Porton Down is there, IVF experts, Bell Pottinger, Mark Warner and a brother of Gordon Brown, an old fridge, some pork and meet in Pedville. LOL. Imbeciles. #mccann

    2:32 pm - 30 Dec 2017"

    1. Also interesting:

      "Michael Walker‏@walkercan1000
      Things to take on a Swinging holiday. 3 kids, some old duffer and respectable people. LOL. Imbecile Bum #mccann Trolls.

      2:05 pm - 30 Dec 2017"

    2. Do spot the differences that he felt he had to make in 27 minutes and then such was the hurry that he had to go and stick his foot in his mouth.

    3. Oops that awkward moment when they have revealed the truth and continue to lie regardless

  24. Hi Textusa do you see any significence in SKY News reshowing the Martin Brunt documentary yesterday?

    1. Anonymous 31 Dec 2017, 10:15:00,

      Totally missed it and apparently the entire social media did as well!

      Which documentary was it?

  25. It was a reshowing of the 10 year anniversary with martin Brunt,Gamble, Sutton and all the usual suspects. I was wondering if they saw it as an opportunity to push the archival option just one more time?

    1. OG aren't sharing any info,not least it could be argued because they aren't investigating any thing,it's some one fishing.

      happy new year all.

    2. Anonymous 31 Dec 2017, 14:59:00,

      We think the re-showing of Sky doc on Maddie was probably just something most channels do.

      They review the programmes they presented over 2017 as they move into the New Year.

      It certainly didn't attract any attention, so if they wished to convey something with it, they missed the mark completely.

    3. I suppose there could be two answers to that,if its a review of the year gone past with their documentaries made fair enough but if its the only one made then what would be the point.Does any one know if there were others made and re-shown?

    4. Anonymous 1 Jan 2018, 08:46:00,

      We have based our assessment solely on the lack of visibility of that particular 'event'.

      To use MSM to put pressure, then whoever decided to do the re-run would make sure it would have reached the public is a stronger manner.

      It's festive season and those working on the MSM also try to be with their families, so it's usual to see them use space-fillers.

  26. I don't know if you've noticed but Doisgaloes has been on twitter the last couple of days. For what its worth I believe Bogart has made some interesting observations in this case.

    1. Anonymous 31 Dec 2017, 19:37:00,

      Doisgaloes/Malinka has run out of roles to play.

      The fact they keep bringing him back to stage just shows that the deck has run out of cards.

      Whoever promised him the 30 coins of silver is really making him earn them.

  27. Reading the emails from Bogart to Doisgaloes to me it reads as a bit of friendly advice from one guy to another guy, I would want to know what was in Doisgaloes emails to form a full opinion but that's not going to happen. I believe someone maybe worried about Bogart as why else ask around if anyone knows him, like I said before his videos are interesting.

    I have been shocked how people seem to be brought in to play a part when needed, lets see what 2018 brings.

    1. We would prefer for no more attention to be given to this issue. This is just to keep Malinka's head above board when he's got nothing else to give.

  28. Insane is either losing qualities with age or soemthing is really distracting him:

    "Michael Walker‏@walkercan1000
    I can't wait to see what #mccann Troll Nessling's computer reveals to the police. I reckon some of the other Trolls will be worried. XXX
    3:42 am - 2 Jan 2018"

    Quite clearly he´s stating Nessling's computers are still under investigation AFTER a court has already sentenced Nessling for paedophilia found on said computers.

    And if that is so, and as he's stating it as fact, as we all know how picky Insane is about fact, then said current investigation on said computers would involve other people than Nessling.

    If these people were to charged in the future for paedophilia related with Nessling's, then what excuse would the police have for having taking so long to prosecute them?

    If the charges are not for paedophilia, then the supposed current investigation on Nessling's computers can only be about the Maddie case.

    We all know on which side of the fence Nessling was very clearly, so one can easily deduce that some are feeling the noose tightening because, apparently, they cops continue to be interested on what is in Nessling's computer.

    It would certainly explain why so many distractions lately.

  29. Hello Textusa, I really enjoyed your last post and I'm really pleased that you are now coming down on the side of 'truth' as we enter the end game. I too believe that the likelihood of a cover up is dwindling and I think the public back lash would be too great. That is why efforts to thwart discussion on the net by pro McCann supporters has re-doubled and appears to be getting uglier by the minute. By undermining the Mccann troops the McCanns become evermore isolated. I used to post as What's_up_doc but I felt the heat too much and felt there were too many dark, deceitful characters at work. Another one bites the dust. Here's to you, to Maddie, to light and truth and a Happy New Year which sees the truth finally triumph in this darkest of cases. Thanks for being a sane voice and for sticking at it!

    1. Jane Cook/What's_up_doc,

      We can only express our hope that truth is the only viable option now but as you know we never underestimate the opposition to that outcome.

      If anything, they have shown to be resilient (ans needless to say, resourceful) and have thrown at us all they could in both hostile and 'friendly' fire throughout the years.

      It’s not a static situation, it’s dynamic and that’s why we have to try and assess at each moment in time where that dynamic is leading.

      The case has always been political and so political will (and courage as Mr Amaral said) is required but the political landscape is also dynamic and can change rapidly.

      We try to interpret what we observe as accurately as we can, with honest intent. It’s a daily task.

      A Happy New Year to you and to all our readers!

  30. Oh dear. Again.

    Insane wrote:

    “Michael Walker@walkercan1000
    In hindsight the authorities in Pedville should not have hidden sex assaults against children to preserve their (non-tax declared) holiday lets. Vile. #mccann”

    To which Doisgaloes/Malinka’s Twitter BFF replied:

    “Green Leaper@FragrantFrog
    Replying to @walkercan1000 and @MrMrs5h1t
    They'd blame the foreigners (or the local Cape Verdeans) for those crimes in a transient population. I mean, the locals are all people of wonderful integrity & there's not one sex offender or burglar who wouldn't have confessed to abducting Madeleine. #mccann
    9:56 pm · 2 Jan 2018”

    Isn’t interesting how they continue to make a real effort to take Euclides Monteiro out of the picture? No, no, and no, Euclides Monteiro has absolutely nothing to do with it, they cry!

    To understand Euclides Monteiro’s importance in the case and the reason why they are so desperate to convince people he was, according to them, just an innocent bystander:

  31. What do you make of this, Textusa?


    The Millennium Restaurant logs counted meals served including McCanns

    They contained:
    ✔️Family name #McCann
    ✔️Number in the party -5
    And some sort of Check once they were finished

    1. Anonymous 3 Jan 2018, 11:16:00, who we suppose you are also Anonymous 3 Jan 2018, 09:48:00,

      We read that with interest. Any restaurant service which is part of a package deal would check the guests and apartment number of guests before they were seated.

      We believe fully in what the restaurant worker said in her statement to the PJ.

      If Isabel is lying about her phone conversation with Cecília, it would be a very serious matter, as the alleged conversation reinforces what was reported by Cecília at the time and that the McCanns and friends lied to the PJ when they said they had breakfast in their apartment.

      A lie about a seemingly innocuous breakfast venue means their statements cannot be relied on with regards to other movements.

      It also confirms that Maddie was alive on the morning of May 3rd and that Cecília was not mistaken in identifying the family.

      She even comments about Kate’s demeanour as compared to Gerry’s.

      We can’t endorse Isabel’s assertions as true but we can say she would be taking a very big risk to say this on social media if it wasn’t.

      We should mention that Silvia, mentioned by Isabel, was deemed a a person of interest by Operation Grange.

      We know that she’s part of the discrepancies about how the information flowed that night between Ocean Club management.

      She didn’t turn up to the confrontation with Robert Murat and the T3 arranged by the PJ, according to Kate’s book.


      She says they have Mill logs.
      They may have done since 2007 but didn’t publish in PJ files as not regarded as directly relevant as there was no suggestion M died before May 3.
      GA did refer to inconsistencies in statements. Breakfast venue may have been one.

  33. I see the improbability of quiz nights is being discussed on CMOMM. Just like the improbability of M being at breakfast with her parents on May 3rd when Cecilia saw her at the Millenium restaurant?

    1. They’re desperate, losing credibility.

    2. Anonymous 3 Jan 2018, 15:14:00,

      We don't do blog wars. Each one with their conscience and motives.

      Anonymous 3 Jan 2018, 13:47:00,

      We have been saying that since March 2011, if one is to be specific about the Quiz Nights:

      However, we don't say it's improbable they happened. We say they didn't happen.

  34. Nessling and his now former friend Adrian Upshon both raised money for an organisation called Forever Searching. I’ve been forever searching for some information on this organisation. It isn’t a registered charity or listed as a company with Companies House. Its website leads nowhere
    All I can establish it that it was set up in September 2007 with the contact being Karen Chapman 01892 730368, which is a phone code for Tunbridge Wells and surrounding areas in Kent.
    In spite of this, the NPIA ( National Police Improvement Agency) endorse this organisation on its Missing Persons Bureau site.
    At least the McCanns’ fund has some information which can be found online, but this organisation, claiming to be global, has nothing I can discover. If I was a donor, I would have no way of knowing where my donation had gone to.
    There seems to be absolutely no accountability to the public.
    If anyone has better luck in their search, I’ll stand corrected.


      It dates back to 2008 and no link to website


    Shows how ridiculous the McCanns are in society

  36. The following Twitter says this:

    “J B Littlemore‏ @JBLittlemore
    Decomposition requires the gut bacteria etc., for the process to be representative. Pork products are eviscerated - that is, have no gut flora present unless contaminated. Hence not akin to decomposition when decaying. #Fact #ignoranceiswalkerbliss #mccann
    7:34 am - 5 Jan 2018”

    To this tweet, Insane replies with this:
    “Michael Walker‏ @walkercan1000
    Thank you for confirming that the Pork trained dogs of Grimes were useless. XXX #mccann
    7:42 am - 5 Jan 2018”

    Is Insane accusing the McCanns of having a zoophilia and necrophilia tendencies?

    He seems to be saying that, according to him, the dogs are useless in tracking HUMAN cadaver but agrees that they are good in tracking uneviscerated decaying pig meat.

    The dogs signalled something in that apartment. In the living room and in the closet. Not to speak of the backyard and the Renault Scenic.

    We know that under his Not Textusa persona, he agrees that the dogs are accurate in signalling human cadaver odour.

    What would be interesting to know is what, in his Walkercan persona, he thinks was signalled by the dogs in that apartment.

    Because if the McCanns were spreading decaying pig meat all over the apartment, we’re certain he has an explanation and I think we all would like to hear it.

  37. Unpublished Anonymous at 5 Jan 2018, 16:36:00,

    We are not publishing your comment because we don't like the site you mention and certainly don't want to help bring any attention to it.

    We have done the best of our abilities to express our arguments as to why we don't believe paedophilia is directly related to Maddie's death, as well as shown that we believe the dogs to be totally reliable.

    They do sometimes give false negatives (scent may be there but for various and explainable reasons the dogs may not detect it) but theu do never give false positives. If they signal a scent, then it's because it's there.

    Thank you for your comment.

    1. A cadaver dog who, in a test, gives a false positive is immediately recycled.
      When a corpse is wrapped in many thick plastic bags, is the negative really a false one ?

  38. As already stated, I am not the twitter user you identify and I have no twitter presence.

    Remove your comments, Maria

  39. Insane: Your last substantial (!) blog entry was May 2016 and we're led to believe you've been dormant on social media since...?


    1. Anonymous 7 Jan 2018, 14:12:00,

      Thank you!

      "Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
      I will soon publish details of my investigation into the #MadeleineMcCann case including the many inconsistencies in her parents’ accounts of what happened, the Donegal links and how the British media have failed Madeleine and the public by refusing to ask hard questions
      2:54 am - 7 Jan 2018



      She seems to be a reliable journalist who has investigated the cover up of the death of a Donegal girl called Mary Boyle in Donegal

    4. And an interesting reply from Insane himself:

      "Michael Walker‏@walkercan1000
      Replying to @gemmaod1
      Yes, it's a well known fact that journos, totally disconnected from the case, know more than 2 police forces who've spent about $20M. Get a life, make your money elsewhere and not out of a grieving family. Vile. #mccann
      5:17 am - 7 Jan 2018"

      If we were very interested before, now we are REALLY much more interested!

    5. Now, let's sit back and see if this gets the same MSM attention that Malinka's masterpiece got.

      Full version


    8. Not Textusa, were you and Michael Walker separated at birth? To have such similar wording you must be twins...

    9. We'll soon know if Gemma O'Doherty is any good,carter ruck will step in.

    10. Anonymous 7 Jan 2018, 19:11:00,

      Times to use Carter-Ruck to threaten are long over.

      That would mean making matters public and it's something the establishment cannot afford when it comes to Maddie.

      And based on what? The Portuguese Supreme Justice Court has clearly stated, OFFICIALLY, that the McCanns have not been cleared.


      Once in their acordão and the second time when SPECIFICALLY asked about that issue by the McCann's complaint.

    11. Insane/Walker is assuming O'Doherty is going to make money and not lose it in a court case.

    12. Why announce you're going to do it,why not just publish the details and let it be known where it can be seen for those interested?
      Doesn't add up,lest its forgot there have been others who have proclaimed the same, but we'll see in the fullnesss of time.

    13. Walker/InsaneHe says “grieving“ family
      Grief is a word used about death.
      They never said in Xmas message that they were grieving, nor did they make an appeal. Kate’s ravaged face betrays her. Grief has many forms.

    14. In my experience Gemma O' Doherty has published fearlessly and without favour. Her work is dangerous -- she constantly goes up against the status quo. I've little doubt that she follow through. 'Just depends on her take on the McCann case and what new information she might have.


      David Best
      Admin · 19 hrs
      If you're on Twitter maybe show this young lady Gemma some support and encouragement. She has done some great work on the Mary Boyle case from Ireland. Her film about the Mary Boyle case is well worth a watch.
      Hopefully her work on the McCann case will be to the same high standard.

      Tweet here:

  41. Replies
    1. Su,

      The situation is way too dynamic for bets at this point.

      The overarching picture is what matters.

      However, if this is what we may think it may be, it shows clearly that hoax edifice is so damaged that any sort of renovation is no longer possible.

  42. We recommend that Gemma O'Doherty's Twitter be followed. Shows very clearly that Insane/Walker has every reason to feel worried.

    As always, we will watch and if and when (which we hope will not be on relevant matters) we disagree with her, we will say so and, as always, will explain why.


    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    The night before #MadeleineMcCann went missing, 2/5/07, Gerry left the tapas bar without his wife Kate, upsetting her. It was 11.50pm. She said she returned to the apartment ‘literally 5 minutes later’ and claimed Gerry was ‘snoring’. She slept in the children’s room that night
    2:59 am - 8 Jan 2018


    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    On the day #MadeleineMcCann went missing, she was upset in the morning and asked her parents why they had not come the night before when she and her brother were crying. Kate and Gerry McCann left their children alone again that night.
    3:10 am - 8 Jan 2018


    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    The parents of #MadeleineMcCann have denied claims they gave their children sedatives before they put them to bed so they could go out in the evening. Yet Gerry McCann says the so-called abductor may have sedated all three children. Why does he push this theory?
    3:36 am - 8 Jan 2018


    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    This is Gerry McCann‘s response when asked if sedatives had been given to #MadeleineMcCann:

    3:49 am - 8 Jan 2018


    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    In the weeks before #MadeleineMcCann was taken to Portugal, she went to Donegal with her parents. Her grandparents Ellen and Johnny came from there
    4:34 am - 8 Jan 2018

  48. As far as we can see, O'Doherty seems to be going down the negligence path, one which our readers know we are certain never happened.

    However O'Doherty's negligence, if this is confirmed as it's too early to reach any relevant conclusion, is, like Pat Brown's, one that links the McCanns to Maddie's death.

    That negligence we welcome it as we want it to see it discussed.

    Will continue to observe.

    1. We would also like to clarify that we believe that sedation did happen that night but AFTER Maddie's death.

      We believe the other Tapas children were sedated then, so as to sleep and not add to the confusion.

    2. Imo the MC twins were sedated after the event that ended up with the disappearance of MMC's body in order to erase their memories (Benzodiazepins do that pretty well).

  49. If there was no neglect, then it was impossible for an abduction to take place. The children were therefore minded at all times. The McCanns have been willing to promote neglect as part of their alibi -- think about that for a moment -- because it was a lesser crime and made abduction 'possible'. Abduction was something they engineered themselves to get rid of the child and to sway to the wishes and pressures from interested parties - the sole purpose of which was to keep quiet about what they were all doing in PDL spring, 2007.

    1. Anonymous 8 Jan 2018, 16:56:00,

      The blog has defended that for years.

      The blood spatters that were found in the living room of the apartment contradict any negligence thesis.

      Someone had to have been present at the moment of death.

    2. There were no blood spatters, you loon.

      Of course, if you disagree, produce the evidence. I'll wait.

    3. Insane,

      Thank you for confirming that you are Michael Walker/Walkercan1000 on Twitter. You should register that "I'll wait" of yours. It's becoming quite a trademark.

      If not blood then pray tell, what is it that was found?

    4. An Anonymous has submitted a very relevant question about this subject but misplaced by accident on this comment section.

      As agreed, we are bringing her/his comment over to it's rightful place:

      "Anonymous9 Jan 2018, 11:38:00

      A drowsy (sedated) Madeleine fell off the sofa and hit her head on the tiled floor when nobody was about (left alone). An attempt at resuscitation where she was later found (behind the sofa) failed. Madeleine had died. An abduction plan was hastily formed to now save themselves (sink or swim).

      Thoughts please? Thanks."

    5. Anonymous 9 Jan 2018, 11:38:00,

      The answer to your question lies in the heart. Once it stops breathing, there’s no blood pressure.

      Not only does the blood stop circulating as it stops being oxygenated. This makes it to become more pasty and darker.

      One way of determining if a wound on a corpse is post or pre-mortem is the colour of the blood as unoxygenated blood is much darker.

      Another is by the quantity of it outside the body, as if not pumped out by a pumping heart, then it seeps out and is not spurted and the longer the death has occurred, the less blood seeps out.

      The fact that there are blood spatters means that she suffered a wound while still alive, that her heart was still pumping.

      There are 2 possibilities, either she suffered such an injury alone or had her throat perforated to unblock her airways while struggling for breath.

      The first scenario is not possible as the splatters appear on 2 walls, on the floor and on the back of 2 couches.

      If she had fallen behind 1 of the couches, then that same couch would serve as an obstacle for the spray to have reached the other couch and wall.

      The only explanation is the perforation of the throat. She struggled for breath and someone with medical experience tried to free her airways.

      She was laid and for that to have been done and so the space around her would have been summarily and quickly cleared by pushing aside the couches, and so leaving their backs in a direct, and unobstructed line to where she lay.

      The fact there was a splatter means that her heart was beating when the perforating was performed. So, someone MUST have been with her at the time of her death.

      The only possibility of negligence to fit in this scenario, would have been for when the fall happened to have coincided with the arrival of someone at that precise moment, or very, very shortly after.

      No one, much less a doctor, tries to resuscitate a body presenting no sign of life and no one tries to free airways when there’s are no signs of a struggle for breath.

      But, for someone to have arrived when she fell that would mean the T9 would have not left the kids alone for the night as they were supposedly to have done every night because one has to fit in the time to walk in, realise she had fallen, see her struggle and try to resuscitate her, have the blood splattered all over, decide on the hoax, clean up the apartment and any traces of her death and sound the alarm at 22.00 while giving the idea to the Tapas staff that all was being a normal dinner.

      Sedation is simply not compatible with negligence because the blood-spatters say very clearly that someone else was present the moment Maddie lost her life.

      Besides, if she had fallen on her own, the fall could have been explained via a domestic accident as all stand-alone falls can. Only falls that are for some reason caused by an external force cannot be explained that way.

    6. Thanks.

      I'll come back to it again later (busy at the mo) but quickly regarding your last paragraphs..

      Maybe a drugged-up Madeleine was barely alive then when she was found earlier in the evening behind the sofa. Medical help was summoned (tapas males - insert names) but the resuscitation attempt / emergency tracheostomy (blood splatter) failed and therefore she sadly did NOT die alone (as you say)

      The earliest 'commotion' was heard around 21:15/21:20 and the Police first arrived at 23:00/23:05. So there's a bit of 'time' to stage the scene and clean / clear up whilst at approx 21:55 Gerry went off to hide a deceased Madeleine somewhere (to later hide again).

      A domestic accident couldn't be explained away if traces of some form of sedative (not prescribed) were found in her body (hence why the body had to go).

      Quick thoughts on the above? Thanks

    7. We will wait for the rest of your considerations but please when you do, could you please clarify what you mean by "earlier in the evening behind the sofa"?

      Is that around 21:15/21:20 you speak of - which we imagine the "commotion" you refer being Gerry's visit to the apartment?

    8. Hi. Yes, I was going to expand and add a bit more meat to what I said, but that was a quick summarisation of it..

      "earlier in the evening behind the sofa"....

      Precisely that. Could she have been found at say 21:15 when the commotion started?

      Or before? Just theorising and I appreciate your input whilst I'm doing so.


    9. Anonymous 9 Jan 2018, 17:15:00,

      Let’s first clarify what is being discussed before we veer off in possible other directions: sedation v negligence. We will also, and have discussed other issues but we need to clarify this point as much as we can.

      You seem to agree with us that there was an impromptu tracheotomy (or as we have called it, the freeing of the airways) and so we assume that you also agree with us that someone was present in apartment 5A at the time Maddie died.

      Now, we are not aware of any scenario in which a tracheotomy is required in a scenario of sedation. What we have read is that a tracheotomy may affect the effects of a sedation during a surgery but haven’t read anywhere where a tracheotomy was required to have been done as a result of an ill or carelessly applied sedation.

      The explanation is simple and understanding. Sedation does not cause lesions and the only thing that may obstruct the trachea is the tongue. That can be reached through the mouth and pulled out, and unless the victim is under an epilepsy attack, will cooperate.

      This, to say that if whoever was present and saw the need to perform a tracheotomy as a last ditch to save Maddie’s life, that means her airways were blocked with something other than her tongue. Something that could not be reached by the mouth, so the result of an internal injury.

      Could sedation be responsible for her to be drowsy, walk out of her bed, climbed on to the couch, reached for the window and fell between the couch at the exact right moment someone was arriving at the apartment?

      Then an overdose of sedation cannot be exactly blamed for the above, if it happened, which, we repeat, we don’t. And if it had, as it was a stand-alone accident could perfectly be explained as a domestic accident at a time one of the parents was in the bathroom and the other in the bedroom, just to invent something off the top of our head. At the most, an “underdose” of sedation would. As she would still have been able to get out of bed, walk across the living room, climb on to the couch, stand on it and try to reach – for what reason we cannot understand – the window.

      But you place this accident around 21.15 – 21.20, when do you allow for the time needed for the cadaver odour to develop in the living room? Were they washing up around the body? And when did they put body in closet and in the backyard according to you? After they raised the alarm at Tapas?

    10. Yes, I agree in that an impromptu tracheotomy took place (I see no other plausible explanation for said blood spots found). I think Rachel inadvertently gave that away with her 'group of Doctors - would know how to resuscitate' comment! So some sort of medical procedure took place, when Madeleine was found.

      I'll agree to disagree in why the sedation can't be part of that & why a drugged up M who maybe had a serious fall/concussion to the head (and now unconscious/sick) wouldn't need said tracheotomy in an emergency. If the Docs had been consuming alcohol which impaired their judgement, then that was another 'disaster' which kept on accumulating!

      I personally think that Sedation had a massive part in Madeleine's demise and yes, it of course it could be responsible for her to be drowsy, walk, climb and fall. Not necessarily at the time somebody entered but she was fighting for her life until she WAS found!

      I still don't understand how (sedation) could be easily explained away in a domestic accident when possibly there was inflicted injection marks on her body (a theory/anesthetists).

      It happened prior to 21:15 and by that point she was dead. The earliest reports of commotion at said time were heard by someone shouting/calling "Madeleine, Madeleine" Maybe in reference to an already deceased Madeleine. (At that point not all the Tapas lot knew - and I don't think DW got the memo until much later).

      Could she have been left there from 21:00 ish (behind the sofa) for approx 45 mins (cadaver alert time), now wrapped in a missing blanket & shower curtain before then deciding what to do? Body cleaned up and Gerry then 'gets rid' by 21:50 ish. The shower curtain, towel is stuffed into the blue bag, hid in the wardrobe to get 'rid of later'. Except they are preoccupied with clearing/cleaning/staging that they forget. The bag later is removed with all the cleaning stuff etc in and at some point is left in the flower bed briefly whilst the coast is clear etc...

      Enough before I bore you!!

      Thoughts again? Appreciated.

    11. Anonymous 9 Jan 2018, 19:47:00,

      "It happened prior to 21:15 and by that point she was dead. The earliest reports of commotion at said time were heard by someone shouting/calling "Madeleine, Madeleine""

      Could you provide a reference to this statement please?


    13. Anonymous 9 Jan 2018, 20:47:00,

      So readers are clear:

      ""Between approximately a quarter past nine and half past nine, Ocean Club guest S.C. and his wife left the Tapas bar to go home: "We walked across the MW reception area, crossed the road and a semi circular path to return to the apartment, were we put the children to bed and a short while later did the same ourselves. I do not remember seeing or hearing anyone during our return to the apartment. When I crossed the road outside the MW reception I remember there were cars parked, I remember taking some time to see if I could cross the road because there were cars parked to my left and I was carrying I****. They were about six metres away from me and i calculate that some (inaudible) metres from the back of Gerry's apartment, I do not remember anything about these cars, it was normal for cars to be parked there and in the morning they were no longer there. My wife mentioned on the following day that she vaguely remembered someone calling "Madeleine, Madeleine", this was after we had crossed the road from the MW reception and before entering our apartment. She does not remember where the sound came from or whether it was in an urgent tone, not paying any more attention to it and only remembered the following day when we heard about Madeleine's disappearance"."

      These words are from Stephen Carpenter.

      Since we are talking on medical terms, we would say that Mr Carpenter suffers from an acute and severe allergy to truth:

      That claim is absolutely meaningless, not to say false.

    14. Interesting to read the theories on this. Certainly the most appropriate doctor in the TAPAS group, in terms of experience to perform such a procedure, would appear to have been Russell, due to his experience in emergency medicine.
      Emergency tracheotomy

      There are two different procedures that are called tracheotomies. The first is done only in emergency situations and can be performed quite rapidly. The emergency room physician or surgeon makes a cut in a thin part of the voice box (larynx) called the cricothyroid membrane. A tube is inserted and connected to an oxygen bag. This emergency procedure is sometimes called a cricothyroidotomy .

      Read more:

      would the doctor have required a tube and other materials?

      Also, this would probably have taken place earlier ion the evening at around - say- 7pm ish...
      It probably accounts for the use and emphasis of use of washing machine -refer JT's rog interview:
      4078 “And then what happened next?”

      Reply “Erm, so I think the waiter has took Russell’s, because Russell’s food was there, so they said ‘Oh we’ll take that away’ and they kept that, they said ‘Oh we’ll take that away and keep that warm’. So I’d finished mine quite quickly, probably, I think I was a fair way through or it didn’t take another four minutes or five minutes, and then I went back, erm, to find Russell sort of, you know, with, Evie was awake and I think he’d put her in the bath, because I think she had been, I think when he’d been in she had actually been sick, so he put her in the bath and he put the sheets all in the washing machine that was in the apartment. Because that’s another thing about the sheets, but we’d been doing washing all week, because you know what it’s like with kids, you end up with, so they were in the washing machine. Erm, yeah, and then he, so I then, we were probably in there together for, I don’t know how long, five minutes of whatever, and then he went back to finish off the rest of, erm, well finish the rest of the meal”.

    15. You are like a broken record, Maria
      You said
      ''The blood spatters that were found in the living room of the apartment contradict any negligence thesis. ''

      Once again, there WERE no blood spatters. You have been perpetuating this myth for years. Kindly show where, in the forensic analysis of the swabs taken from the apartment, ANY were identified as blood.

      Your constant false claims that I am this Walker person are very tiresome. Why don't you just get one of your serfs to ask him?

      For the avoidance of doubt, I am not Michael Walker and I have no Twitter presence.

      Now - answer the question about the ''blood spatters''


      Was Keela wrong?

    17. Kindly show where, in the forensic analysis of the swabs taken from the apartment, ANY were identified as blood.

      Also show where the CSI dog alerted to any of those supposed ''blood spatters'

      I will save you time. None of the swabs returned a positive result for blood.
      The dog did not alert to any of those spatters.
      The use of special chemicals - eg, luminol - did not reveal any blood in the 'blood spatters'.
      The conclusion of the forensic team was that none of the 'blood spatters' were actually blood.

      You know this. It has been pointed out time after time. Stop trying to con people.

      Incidentally, stop trying to sound as if you are an authority on performing a cricothyroidotomy, or any aspect of anatomy or physiology actually. You are bewilderingly ignorant.

    18. "There proceeded the search for possible blood traces in all of the apartment, using a variable- wave light source appropriate for the task.This search resulted in the detection of several spots having a red-brown tone that suggested blood, which were subjected to a "Kastle-Mayer" peroxidise test, the result obtained, in all cases, being negative.

      There also proceeded the observation and search for blood traces inside the apartment using a chemical product to find latent blood traces. In the application of the referred product no results characteristic of the presence of blood traces were found"

    19. Insane (10 Jan 2018, 11:58:00 and 10 Jan 2018, 12:05:00),

      We asked you, if it wasn’t blood the what bodily fluid was splattered on the walls, floor and couches and from which DNA was extracted. You, unsurprisingly, did not answer.

      Then we asked you, if Keela a dog trained to track blood was wrong. You, unsurprisingly again, did not answer.

      Then are you seriously quoting from a report that says: “Departing from the principle that all confirmed DNA components within the scope of this result originated from a single source, then these pointed to corresponding components in the profile of Madeleine McCann; however, if the DNA within the scope of this result originated from more than one person then the result could be explained as being DNA originating from [a mixture of DNA from both] Kate Healy and Gerald McCann, for example. DNA profiles established through LCN are extremely sensitive; it is not possible to attribute this DNA profile to a particular body fluid. nor to determine how or when that DNA was transferred to that area.
      A low-level DNA result was obtained through LCN from the cellular material present in the swab (286A/2007 CRL 3B). In my opinion, there are no indications that justify [confirm/prove] the theory that any member of the McCann family had contributed DNA to this result”?

      A report that says if Sample 3B is from a single source is from Maddie and if it is from a multiple source is from a mixture of Kate and Gerry and so concludes that no member of the McCann family contributed to the sample?

      Are you seriously giving such report any credibility?

      By the way, the quote you mention from a report blatantly made to exonerate the McCanns – while in the meanwhile not getting themtotally off the hook so it can be ‘better’ interpreted later when needed – does not say, quoting you that “the conclusion of the forensic team was that none of the 'blood spatters' were actually blood.”

      Your quoting of the report does not conclude it was not blood. It concludes that the results of the “Kastle-Mayer" peroxidise test resulted negative.

      The report does not conclude that therefore there is a certainty that it isn’t blood as your words imply.

      The fact that Keela signalled blood there means that the dog was able to detect minute residue which the human eye and chemical tests (available at the time or simply the ones conveniently chosen from the possible tests that were available at the time) couldn’t.

      It’s end of conversation here for you.

      Time to oil the wheels of your own blog to debate and discredit the dogs, as we’ve been round the block many times with you on this issue.

      Like your other persona Walker, you relentlessly argue with anyone who agrees they indicated a death in the apartment.

      Anyone interested in your explanations – one of which was an ancient cemetery in the garden, as we recall – can debate with you in endless circles and read your opinions in your blog.

      Those contributors on anti Mc blogs (as we are all described) who used to express their support for your blog or found you amusing can discover for themselves exactly where you stand on the dogs’ indications.

      Your purpose is to distract, demean and discredit, with your trademark use of the A word, as in rear end. So very like your Twitter persona.

    20. Hi. It's me again that was 'theorising' yesterday. So do you have any other thoughts about what I wrote (apart from not agreeing with the earliest 'commotion' reports as per files).

      Anon 21:18 made a good post regarding Russell. So do you think it's a possibility that said scenario could've been played out earlier in the evening then?


    21. Anonymous 10 Jan 2018, 14:50:00,

      We think it takes much longer than 45 minutes for a corpse to develop cadaverine to levels up from which a cadaver dogs signals it.

      As we said in our post from February 2010 “Gonçalo Amaral is a liar”:

      “You see, he pinpoints Maddie’s death at 21:20, the exact time my good friend Jane Tanner sees my other good friend Gerald McCann talking to some Jeremy fellow.

      According to Amaral, Maddie died, falling between the couch and the wall upon hearing her father in this conversation on the other side of the window.

      What Amaral seems overlook is to explain the smell of dead bodies in two separate locations of the apartment, plus the body’s disposal, witnessed by a family, all under 40 minutes, time between the referred conversation and the alarm set off by St. Kate of Rothley?”

      You have presented your arguments we have presented ours, and now we will allow readers to judge from themselves what we both have said.

      If you feel you require to further push your point of view, we invite you to start your own blog where readers can debate it fully with you.

      Thank you for your contribution.

    22. I've looked up some info on this emergency procedure
      and bleeding doesn't appear to be an issue in terms of splattering (sorry .. but I think the fact there were blood splatters in so many locations is key)

      High-risk groups

      The risks associated with tracheostomies are higher in the following groups of patients:

      children, especially newborns and infants

      Early complications

      Some of the complications that can occur during or shortly after a tracheostomy are outlined below.

      It's common for some bleeding to occur from the windpipe (trachea) or the tracheostomy itself.

      This is usually minor and improves within a few days, although in some cases it can be significant and a blood transfusion may be necessary.

    23. Just to clarify to our other readers, that post was written as we said, on February 2010.

      Then we thought that Smithman was indeed Gerry disposing of Maddie's body, reason why we wrote "plus the body’s disposal, witnessed by a family".

      As our readers know, we have now for long believed that Smithman was Gerry McCann carrying a very much alive little girl in an effort to be seen - as he was - so the abductor could be made real.

    24. Anonymous 10 Jan 2018, 17:09:00,

      The articles were not written considering such a procedure to be done on the floor of an apartment without any medical instruments nor did it consider the certainly enormous pressure under which whoever performed it was under when doing it.

  50. Gemma O'Ds posted stuff on twitter seems a bit off the mark. They are questions rather than anything new. Also, she posts but never answers or debates. I hope her missives aren't just that, and she has other things to say. I'm still holding out for her - for now.

    1. Gemma is the kiddie and her selling point is the exposing of state corruption. In her work on the Mary Boyle case she could have easily exposed the guy who killed the child but choose to focus on the Garda cover up in the case. The fact that the actual culprit remains free will matter little to her if she can expose the corruption no matter how long it takes. Which is why that particular investigation hasn't moved on any since the documentary was made 2 years ago. I would be shocked if her main focus isn't the coverup. These questions rather than anything new that you talk about are just teasers. Watch this space


    2. It also does surprise me her interest in the affairs of the British state. There is a lot going on in Ireland to keep her busy why the sudden change. Surely many times over the last 10 years she has been asked to comment on the McCann case given her work on Mary Boyle case. The MSM many times referred to her as the Ireland MMC and I know she was asked about it during her Roadshows to promote the documentary and always answered that she had done no research on it. Why now


  51. Missed bringing this tweet over to the blog:

    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    This is an interesting compilation of clips showing Gerry McCann’s body language when he is asked difficult questions #MadeleineMcCann
    4:02 am - 8 Jan 2018


    Looks like Esther has been given the Works and Pension brief....

    Is this good or bad?


    1. Bampots,

      We wouldn't consider Esther McVey someone from "the other side". She left things as soon as things got heated up.

      What we see is a quite irrelevant shuffle. Shows that May holds her position with comfort. And her internal opposition seems to be 'content' with not having any promotion.

      We would say the relevance of this re-shuffle is it's utter irrelevance.

  53. ROWLEY to retire.

    1. Hardly likely to retire before announcing OG has had a breakthrough? Defeated?

    2. No mention of Mc case in Rowley’s retirement announcement.

  54. More Tweets from Gemma O’Doherty:


    Gemma O'Doherty@gemmaod1
    What did Gerry McCann have to laugh about in the days after #MadeleineMcCann disappearance?
    10:39 pm · 8 Jan 2018


    Gemma O'Doherty@gemmaod1
    Gerry McCann loses his cool during an interview #MadeleineMcCann
    10:41 pm · 8 Jan 2018


    Gemma O'Doherty@gemmaod1
    Gerry McCann’s reaction when asked if he killed his daughter #MadeleineMcCann:
    10:45 pm · 8 Jan 2018


    Gemma O'Doherty@gemmaod1
    A reminder of the 48 questions Portuguese police put to Kate McCann after declaring her an arguido or suspect in September 2007. She refused to answer all of them. #MadeleineMcCann
    12:15 pm · 9 Jan 2018


    Gemma O'Doherty@gemmaod1
    Tony Blair went out of his way to help the McCanns. Why them, when 380 children go missing in the UK every day? Like Gerry, Blair had strong Donegal links and spent summer holidays in Ballyshannon, his mother’s hometown. McCann’s parents were also from Donegal #MadeleineMcCann
    3:59 pm · 9 Jan 2018

    1. Getting closer to Gemma's speciality of state cover up with this last tweet about Tony Blair


    2. I wonder the relevance of promoting the Donegal links.

  55. Just my thoughts, Gemma is posting about the mccanns she has 16.3k followers, she's already blocked a known pro-mcccann, the MSM is completely silent so far about Gemma, OG due to end March and a good time for Mark Rowley to retire in March, is this the calm before the storm.

  56. Another Tweet from Gemma O’Doherty:

    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    A mother who is covering up her own daughter’s disappearance offers consolation to the McCanns. Ann Boyle also admits she knows the McCanns due to their connections in her part of Donegal #McCann #MaryBoyle
    12:54 am - 10 Jan 2018

    The tweet has attached a photo with the following article:

    “'One day at a time' for Maddie's family

    By Paddy Clancy

    The mother of the longest-missing person in Ireland has spoken of the heartache decision that must soon be made by the parents of missing Madeleine McCann, who vanished from their holiday apartment 100 days ago last Saturday.

    Ann Boyle's six-year-old daughter, Mary, disappeared without trace on a St Patrick's Day visit to her grandparents in Cashelard 30 years ago.

    After weeks of fruitless searches of the surrounding countryside Ann and her husband Charlie reached the agonising decision to scale down the search and return to their own home 50 miles away in Kincasslagh.

    Ann said: "While we searched for Mary our other children were being reared apart from us and from each other by two uncles. Charlie and I had to face up to the fact that we had to get them together and make a home for them again."

    She said that after 100 days three-year-old Maddie's parents, Gerry and Kate, must be wrestling with a similar dilemma.

    "My heart goes out to them," she said.

    Ann feels close to Gerry and Kate McCann, not just because they share with her the pain of the loss of a child without knowing what happened.

    Gerry has roots in the Rosses and Gweedore and Ann knows some of his relatives.

    She said she believes that, like her 30 years ago, Gerry and Kate must be struggling with thoughts about when to focus their main attention on rearing their other children, two-year-old twins Sean and Amelie.

    "My heart goes out to them. They are doing the right thing in keeping Madeleine in the public mind. If it helps find her, wouldn't that be great!

    "They will know themselves in their own hearts when they must try and return to a normal life.

    "It won't be truly normal. It can never be. It will be one day at a time. That's the way I coped."”

    The article contains a photo with the following caption:

    “Ann Boyle with a photo of her daughter, M and husband Charlie”

    1. Gemma O’Doherty’s tweet above becomes even more interesting taking into account a comment that has just been submitted to us:

      “Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Post for Comments":
      Very disappointed in Gemma's contribution so far. She just seems to be retweeting old stuff with little or no comment. Trying to imply McCanns might be guilty because they have family in Donegal who may possibly know Boyle family is desperate IMO.
      Posted by Anonymous to Textusa at 10 Jan 2018, 11:20:00”

      And especially also taking into account that Insane/Walkercan had also this to say yesterday about this case:

      “Michael Walker‏ @walkercan1000
      The more the new Irish Journo Tweets about #mccann (Copying Troll Hate Youtube Videos) the more you realise the #MaryBoyle video had no substance. I'd like to see what "awards" she bills it as having.
      4:12 pm - 9 Jan 2018”

  57. A mother who is covering up her own daughter’s disappearance offers consolation to the McCanns. Ann Boyle also admits she knows the McCanns due to their connections in her part of Donegal #McCann #MaryBoyle

    1. That's always been Gemma's position (backed up with a lot of research) -- shocking as it may seem.


    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    My investigation on the #McCann case will be published later this month in @VillageMagIRE. Until then, I will publish information which I consider to be of general public interest about the case here
    3:51 am - 10 Jan 2018

    1. One must love this reply to this particular tweet:

      Dr Gonçalo Amaral‏ @DrGoncaloAmaral
      Replying to @gemmaod1 @VillageMagIRE
      My lawyers will be monitoring this closely for copyright infringement
      5:07 am - 10 Jan 2018

      Reeks of desperation. O’Doherty is really getting the other side worried.

    2. I think it's important to point out that Village Magazine is a professionally printed magazine which is available in retail outlets, news-stands, etc. It has been around since 2004 and prides itself on investigative journalism. And attempts to sue it have been made on numerous occasions. Please see:

    3. Anonymous 10 Jan 2018, 16:39:00,

      Thank you! Very good and relevant point!

      Again the "double" decision from the Portuguese Supreme Justice Court have emptied out any legal threats.

      The @DrGoncaloAmaral tweet account is so pathetically spoof that it hurts one's eyes.

    4. And it seems Insane/Walker has made to gobble up some dust by Gemma O'Doherty:

      Michael Walker‏@walkercan1000
      Follow Follow @walkercan1000
      LOL. Failed and bitter ex-journo who can't get a job at RTE blocked me. Too funny. #mccann
      8:28 am - 10 Jan 2018

    5. Is she explaining why she blocked Insane/Walker?

      Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
      Honesty is a very expensive gift. Don’t expect it from cheap people.
      10:03 am - 10 Jan 2018

  59. Someone is really rattled about the news from Ireland...

    Michael Walker‏@walkercan1000
    From an employed Irish Journo on a respected rag, not some shite website.
    "To many, particularly in the media, they (the PJ) were behaving more like the Keystone Cops than professional officers." #mccann XXX
    10:09 am - 10 Jan 2018


      “Michael Walker‏ @walkercan1000
      "Over the last 10 years Twitter accounts have been used as platforms to spew all kinds of malicious accusations and theories, dreamt up by cranks, trolls and armchair detectives.However rancorous these opinions are, they are just opinions". Good points. #mccann
      10:03 am - 10 Jan 2018”

      Is he trying to say whatever Gemma O’Doherty has said and will say are “just opinions”, so rattled he is?

      Or is he backpedalling on all the libel threats he has made on Twitter all these years against so many?

    2. I think Walker misses the point. A few times...

    3. As an Irihman it's laughable that Gemma would WANT to work in RTE firstly and that she's bitter.
      2nd thing is - she mentioned key stone cops as MENTIONED by the media. In my view she's calling into question the media's take on the case. But Walker is using it to drive home a point.
      Gemma would be interested in WHY the media took that line. Walker uses it to score points and distort.

  60. Hi Text usa,talking about"Keystone cops" Assistant Commander of the Metropolitan Police service is to retire in March 2018,coincidentl when the next batch of funds from Theresa Mays Government-Operation Grange decides the next phase,Archive,unsolved farce?
    Now how many Metropolitan Police commanders in Eight years,Three Commanders-Bullshitters,with sweet FA to show for this extra Complex case needing their"Expertise"unsolved investigation?

  61. This tweet exchange just shows how this Gemma O’Doherty thing is throwing things into chaos on the other side foot soldiers.

    Insane/Walker tries to discredit O’Doherty by implying she has no awards she claims to have.

    Guess who comes to discredit Insane/Walker?

    No other than Malinka’s BFF Twitter and pro-abduction apologist, the Green Frog. Someone should tell him that he has to go back to HQ and get a new script.

    Michael Walker‏ @walkercan1000
    FollowFollow @walkercan1000
    Can anyone help? I can find nothing about this lady's so called awards. #mccann
    Gemma O'Doherty
    Investigative journalist; Director multi award-winning 'Mary Boyle: The Untold Story'; 2018: Raonaid Murray & Fr Molloy films; #PressFreedom Anti-corruption)
    10:53 am - 10 Jan 2018
    Green Leaper‏ @FragrantFrog
    Replying to @walkercan1000'Doherty … #mccann
    10:59 am - 10 Jan 2018
    Michael Walker‏ @walkercan1000
    Replying to @FragrantFrog
    Bogus awards. Wiki written by her Mum. My Wiki is much better. #mccann
    11:03 am - 10 Jan 2018
    Green Leaper‏ @FragrantFrog
    Replying to @walkercan1000
    Where do I find your Wiki lol?
    11:07 am - 10 Jan 2018

    1. And with thanks to the Green Leaper:'Doherty

      Gemma O'Doherty

      Gemma O'Doherty is a multi award-winning Irish investigative journalist, known for her work in exposing corruption in the criminal justice system and the police. Her reporting on the 1985 death of Fr. Niall Molloy brought about a reopening of that case and led to the scandal being described in the Irish parliament as the biggest cover-up in the history of the state. She has also exposed police malpractice in the Mary Boyle case, the Raonaid Murray murder, the Jim Goonan case and others.[1][2][3]

      O'Doherty was Chief Features Writer at the Irish Independent where she worked for 16 years until her boss Stephen Rae, a former editor of the Garda Review, sacked her after she exposed the fact that the chief of police Martin Callinan, then head of the Garda Síochána (the national police force), had speeding points wiped.[4][5][6] Her experience led to allegations of a cover-up at the heart of the Irish establishment.[7] Her 2016 documentary 'Mary Boyle: The Untold Story' about the police cover-up of Ireland's longest missing person, which she released on YouTube has been viewed almost 600,000 times.


      O'Doherty is recognised[8] for her involvement in the investigation into the 1985 death of Fr. Niall Molloy. Her work led to the reopening of that case. According to O'Doherty, the priest's murder 'exposed a cover up of staggering proportions involving several institutions of the State and the Catholic Church.'[9]

      While investigating a nationwide penalty points cancellation scandal, O'Doherty sought to question Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan about the quashing of his own speeding points. This action was condemned by her employer and cost O'Doherty her job.[10] Apart from a mention in satirical magazine The Phoenix,[3] O'Doherty's sacking was largely ignored by the Irish mainstream media. It was, however, raised in the underground Irish media,[citation needed] and a blog report brought it to the attention of international media.[citation needed] Among those to condemn the sacking were fellow-journalists in the Toronto Star, Daily Mail and The Guardian.[9] In Ireland, Senator John Gilroy attempted to raise the matter in the Seanad, saying "This case has been reported extensively in international media and social media but it does not seem to have generated any traction in our domestic media. When any journalist is sacked it is noteworthy, but when an investigative journalist of Ms O'Doherty's standing is sacked this must raise great concerns for all democrats".[9] Dáil deputies Joe Higgins and Pádraig Mac Lochlainn also raised the matter.[7]
      It later emerged that O'Doherty's former boss Stephen Rae was among those to have had penalty points annulled.[11] This was in turn ignored[11] by the Irish mainstream media and only reported either on social media or internationally.[12][13] Callinan's resignation as Garda Commissioner in March 2014 over remarks that whistleblowers were "disgusting" prompted Professor of Journalism and media commentator Roy Greenslade to deem O'Doherty "vindicated".[14]

      In December 2014, the Independent admitted they were wrong to dismiss O'Doherty, and issued an apology to her paying her damages to settle a defamation action in the High Court and a case brought by her to the Employment Appeals Tribunal .[15]


    2. Awards

      2007 ESB National Media Awards (Print Campaigning and Social Issues)[16]
      2011 GSK Irish Medical Media Awards (Consumer Print Media)[17]
      Shortlisted for 2012 NNI Journalism Awards (Crime & Security Reporter of the Year and Feature Writer of the Year)[18][19]
      2012 International Journalism Festival[20]
      2016 Award of Recognition in the Women Filmmaker section at the Hollywood Independent Documentary Awards[21]
      2016 Award of Excellence in the Feature Documentary section at the Hollywood Independent Documentary Awards[21]
      2016 Award of Merit at IndieFEST Film Awards[22]

  62. And now Insane/Walker has become an expert on the Mary Boyle case:

    Michael Walker@walkercan1000
    #maryboyle No evidence against her Uncle or Mother. #mccann
    11:27 am - 10 Jan 2018

    Gemma O'Doherty‏ @gemmaod1
    When Kate McCann discovered #Madeleine was missing, she says she ran back to the restaurant to tell her friends. If this is the case, why did she leave her two-year twins behind in the apartment, given that she believed #Madeleine had been abducted? #McCann
    2:54 am - 11 Jan 2018

  64. Unpublished Anonymous at 11 Jan 2018, 08:55:00,

    We're not publishing your comment because it's more political than we're willing for the blog to be.

    When we here speak of Brexit it's simply in terms of seeing that there appears to be a way the government is doing it and some people who think they could do it differently.

    We believe that the people who we call Maddie case's "other side" appear to have influence on those who think differently from the current government on how to go about Brexit.

    As a blog we pass no judgement on Brexit itself. As individuals, each team member has an opinion about it and freely express between ourselves.

    1. I respect your decision but my comment was by no means a personal opinion about Brexit. It was an open question about the current game, which seems to have political implications and be related to Brexit by your own admission.

    2. As it has now been contextualised by both us and you, we shall publish your comment:

      "Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "Post for Comments":

      Interesting that Tony Blair seems to be on target. Could this relate to his political comeback and anti-Brexit positions?

      Posted by Anonymous to Textusa at 11 Jan 2018, 08:55:00"


    Dogs are not reliable, eh?


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