2 December 2009

Madeleine McCann hunter Kevin Halligen remanded over fraud case

The man whose firm helped look for Madeleine was remanded in custody after the US launched extradition proceedings over an alleged £1.3 million fraud.

Kevin Halligen, 48, was due to apply for bail at a hearing at City of Westminster Magistrates' Court, in London, but did not attend and was not represented by a lawyer.

District Judge Caroline Tubbs remanded Halligen in custody and adjourned the case until January 27.

"Mr Halligen is remanded in custody in his absence," she said.

Melanie Cumberland, acting for the US Government, said Halligen was wanted in connection with a "wire fraud and money laundering".

The US Department of Justice issued an indictment for Halligen, from Surrey, last month, alleging he tried to defraud a London law firm of 2.1 million US dollars (£1.3 million).

It claimed he took the money as part of a deal to secure the release of Dutch business executives arrested in the Ivory Coast but instead spent it on a mansion, a gift to his girlfriend, debit card transaction and cash machine withdrawals.

The Irish national was arrested at a hotel in Oxford on November 24 where he had been staying for several months under an assumed name.

Halligen's firm, Oakley International, was used by Madeleine's parents, Kate and Gerry, for around six months last year to look for their missing daughter.

The Washington-based firm was paid about £300,000 by backers of Mr and Mrs McCann to help in the search for Madeleine, who went missing from an Algarve resort in May 2007 at the age of three.


in Metro




82 comments:

  1. Another one disappears. Scary!

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  2. Perhaps he is having second thoughts about applying for bail.

    Maybe he thinks it is safer on the inside.

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  3. You can opt not to appear in court in this situation. He would know his application would not succeed and he is probably safer where he is - presumably HMP Belmarsh?

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  4. ...was he hiding from reporters or was he hiding from his handlers?

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  5. You'd think he'd have made the application for bail, even if his brief told him there was little chance of him getting it ... if only for a day out of prison.

    Very odd.

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  6. So it was "backers of Mr and Mrs McCann" who paid Halligen the £300,000, not the Madeleine Fund. Interesting.
    Who says philanthropy is dead??

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  7. @ post # 6, very well spotted. I think the McCanns are backtracking now! This is really the information they want taken from the article IMO! It won't work hopefully!

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  8. Halligen is probably better off inside! Who knows if people have been sent to "get" him?

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  9. Why when anything touches the Mccanns there seems to be something very fishy about the person involved. We have only known of them for a short time who knows what trail they have left behind them.We know Kate was known as Hotlips Healy...thats just about it...

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  10. The identity card is issued by the United States Department of Defence. It says at the bottom "Geneva Conventions Identification Card for Civilians Accompanying the Armed Forces." The card was issued March 09 2004 and expired January 2, 2005. The grade GS 15 refers to the scale of codes for paying white-collar employees attached to the United States armed services. Interestingly GS 15 is the top level. So either halligen was a top-level civilian employee of the United States Department of Defence from March 2004 until January 2005 or the card is faked. It would be interesting to know how Metro came to be in possession of this card and just who Halligen is because it's starting to look as though he's far more than just a conman who took Trafigura and the McCanns or McCanns' benefactor(s) for big slices of cash.
    Is the identity card a fake? Who is the mysterious Halligen really?
    Will Kate and Gerry succeed in discrediting him as the 'Maddie Rat' before he tells all?
    Why didn't the McCann's benefactor(s)take action against him for defrauding him/them of more than 300k GBP?
    Why didn't he show to apply for bail? Has he been abducted?
    Don't miss the next installment - coming soon

    T4two

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  11. One has to ask why a company like Trafigura thought Halligen would be able to assist them in the release of their employees held captive in Ivory Coast. Was it Trafigura's idea to use him or was he "recommended" by Aspinall who was their lawyer at the time? I find it curious that Aspinall personally invested in Halligen's business. When was the investment made? Was it before or after Halligen's deal with Trafigura? I believe the answers to these questions will help us understand why the FBI are after him. Somehow, I don't think that Aspinall is in the clear.

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  12. http://www.thebulletproofblog.com/search/label/Kevin%20Halligan


    Someone may like to give John Sexton some food for thought.

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  13. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/fbi-hunts-for-investigator-paid-163500000-by-mccanns-1825920.html

    The Mccanns mouth piece says here that payment was only made for work carried out...States also that money came from the public fund.

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  14. http://washingtondc.fbi.gov/dojpressrel/pressrel09/wfo111209b.htm

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  15. http://www.linkedin.com/in/andrehollis

    Andre Hollis ...a guest at Halligens 2007 wedding

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  16. http://www.pattonboggs.com/jgarrett/


    Halligens best man ...Colonel John Garret

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  17. http://www.defenselink.mil/bios/biographydetail.aspx?biographyid=216

    Noel Koch was also present...he is now deputy undersecretary in the defence dept.

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  18. http://www.trafigura.com/#170uAw7XbknN

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  19. The Spy Who Conned Me
    Sunday, November 22nd, 2009
    Must read Sunday Times (of London) story on Kevin R. Halligen, a British security consultant who conned the Washington defense and security establishment.

    Halligen was indicted earlier this month in Washington on fraud charges. Apparently, everything about Halligen was a con. He passed himself off as a former British secret agent. Even his 2007 wedding to a Washington lawyer was a scam; according to the Times, the “priest” was really the caterer.

    One of the guests was Andre Hollis, a lobbyist who became chief executive of Halligen’s Washington company. “It was like a global intelligence debutante ball,” he said. “And nobody knew it was fake.”

    Not even the best man, Colonel John Garrett, a defence lobbyist for the blue-chip Washington law firm Patton Boggs, was let in on the secret. Nor was the most powerful guest in the room, Noel Koch, a security expert who has now become a deputy undersecretary in the defence department.

    He said: “We found out later that it was not a real wedding. The priest was an actor.”

    Halligen’s firm, Oakley International Group was paid $2.1 million to secure the release of two executives of Trafigura, a Dutch oil trading firm.

    The executives were held in an Ivory Coast jail after a ship chartered by Trafigura dumped tons of toxic sludge in the Ivorian port of Abidjan that was blamed in 17 deaths and thousands of injuries.

    Instead of freeing the Trafigura executives, the money went toward the purchase of Halligen’s mansion in Great Falls, Va.

    Update: Halligen was arrested at a hotel in Oxford, England where he had been staying for months under the name Richard Hall. He is being held without bail and is awaiting extradition to the US.

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  20. Laundering money?!!!! hummmm it make think....

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  21. Halligen is wanted for wire fraud and MONEY LAUNDERING. I suspect he has always been a behind the scenes money lauderer with very Irish connections.

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  22. It's probably a long shot, but maybe Halligen's not in a fit state to apply for bail. I'm sure there are a few inmates who would just love to do him some damage due to his involvement in the Madeleine affair. Even hardened criminals hate anyone connected to child crime.

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  23. If this guy could pull this off it it any wonder Gary McKinnon was so easily able to "break in" to NASA's computer system. It seems anyone with enough nerve can pull off a scam, break-in, fraud, you name it. Which brings me to the McCanns. How do they get the nerve to continue this charade for so long. How?

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  24. Some people here on this blog saw Jim Gamble live, I think on Sky News. I would like to know what he said about parents. Can you remember it, please?

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  25. The case adjourned until January 27. Halligen is playing for time. It's the best for him at the moment - to gain time.

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  26. OH GOSH... the Mccann's behind another disapearence...They have a magic powder.... everything which annoye's them, disapear.

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  27. I hope people who gave money to the McCanns will go to the police to complain about the disappearence of the money they gave to the fund.
    They all have the right of an explanation.

    What was this money doing in the United States, if the child came from England and she disappeared in Portugal?

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  28. Money disappears too,26!

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  29. good morning to all, and bom dia, today a slightly different title, similar article at belfasttelegraph: 'Irish businessman accused of Madeleine McCann-link fraud on run' http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/irish-businessman-accused-of-madeleine-mccannlink-fraud-on-run-14583913.html

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  30. A very convennient RUN.... For Mccann's team, Is IT?

    I Can see Mccann's running to Leicester police, asking them to close all Uk Airports, train stations, undergrounds, etc. to STOP THAT CON MAN and force the extradition to USA.
    Who let him go away? Very convenniently? WE KNOW.... EVERYBODY KNOW'S ... and we KNOW WHY! IF YOU DON'T WANT TROUBLES, JUST LEAVE THE TROUBLES GO AWAY. WONDER IF ANOTHER STUDENT JOURNALIST WILL STOP HIM SOMEWHERE AND CALL ANOTHER POLICE, A GERMAN OR A FRENCH ONE to show the world how a British police can become aswell a CHARADE when the ISSUE HAVE A NAME: MCCANN"S!!!!

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  31. All "fine" but still NO news of the "backers" suing him.....He is wanted by whom?As far as I have understood he is wanted by the FBI,isnt he?
    Run,run,run......
    Are any of the UK newspapers going to give accurate informations once for ever? x(

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  32. If the fund paid for his services then the people who donated are entitled to an itemisation of what services were performed.

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  33. Halligan or not Halligen, what we still have to wonder is why was the case shelved? By reading only a small percentage of the files and the closing conclusions, anybody can see (you don't need to be Einstein) the involvement of the Tapas group in Maddie's disappearance. What took the PGR to shelve the case? He's supposed to be as intelligent as we all, no more, no less. What kind of pressure was he under to do so? Did he crack under the pressure of the case and decided to shelve it because he was afraid of the political consequences of allowing the case to take its logical course towards a court decision? Or did he get directly orders to do so? Orders from whom?

    I do hope that the coming Amaral's trial will trigger a chain reaction that will lead to the reopening of the case, to Kate answering the 48 questions, to the reconstruction of the events, and then to the final conclusion in a court of law.

    On another note, I referr to a part of Kate's diary where she tells us that Maddie "is afraid of pain". Why would she write such a thing down? And what kind of pain was Maddie afraid of that it was important to register in the "diary"? I don't think she meant Payne. Kate Healy is not that clever to engage in a game of words. It was surely something that Maddie complained on a regular basis. Something that caused her pain very regularly. Could she fear the pain caused by an injection? Just a thought.

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  34. I think you're all getting excited over nothing. The offences Halligen is wanted for in the US have nothing to do with the McCanns. Mitchell has said they paid him for work done and they haven't lodged a complaint. It stinks to high heaven, but I very much doubt if he will be questioned about the McCanns

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  35. The McCanns don't appear to give a hoot about Maddie. All they seem to care about is their tattered reputation. The British government don't appear to care about a British citizen missing in mysterious circumstances either. Is it any wonder the Portuguese authorities are seemingly dragging their feet? If the British authorities put in a formal request for the case to be reopened, I doubt the Portuguese would turn it down! Even CEOP's Jim Gamble may be able to get the case reopened if he's willing to liaise with the Portuguese. Well????

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  36. @ post # 34, Halligen specifically mentioned the McCanns' case when he appeared in court last week. He said it's the unwanted attention following his involvement with the case which made him go into hiding. Somehow, I think the McCanns' case WILL be part of his defence. We'll see!

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  37. Anon 34, when someone is finally arrested they often find themselves being questioned in connection with various matters that could loosely be called 'criminal'. In this case, we have certain people saying they weren't paid for work carried out on the instructions of KH, in connection with Madeleine. All of this could be brought up, once questioning on financial matters starts. Fraud is fraud and anything that backs a case against someone can be mentioned.

    Clarence Mitchell can say they paid him for work done, but according to what we've read about messages not being listened to, etc. the work wasn't always done. What exactly DID this man do to help find Madeleine? What did he do for the £300,000 paid to him? Even the work (whatever it was) that he did do, did he pay the people who actually carried out the work or are they still awaiting payment?

    I'd say all these things will be of interest to anyone investigating him on other charges of fraud, as they would undoubtedly strengthen the case for the prosecution.

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  38. "Anonymous said... 22
    It's probably a long shot, but maybe Halligen's not in a fit state to apply for bail. I'm sure there are a few inmates who would just love to do him some damage due to his involvement in the Madeleine affair. Even hardened criminals hate anyone connected to child crime.

    02/12/09 22:37"

    Anon 22 what has Halligen done to MBM? He is wanted by the FBI for wire fraud and money laundering. He is not wanted by the FBI or the UK Police for anything associated to the situation MBM finds herself in or anything to do with the Family Fund. The McC's spokesperson said Halligen was paid £300k for work they were happy with. It is reported the McC's have not contacted the police about anything regarding Halligen. He was paid £300k for work they were happy with. They supposedly did not renew his contract because they had suspicions he was a conman! If they had suspicions hmm why did they not contact someone in authority?


    Anon 34 you are probably right the FBI will not be questioning Halligen about the McC's. However if the FBI uncover anything, whilst forensically checking Halligen's accounting, that traces back to the Family Company, the McC's or anyone associated to them. Then I for one do not believe it will be a case of we will just ignore this. If there was any dodgy business (given what Halligen has been indicted for ooh M3 springs to mind) discovered then I think the Portuguese authorities would have to be informed (hmm possible re-opening of the case) as well as the UK authorities. For all you know, Halligen may have info he can use to reduce his sentence and he may be the one that mentions the McC's, and perhaps others, first. Maybe he is keeping schtum until he is extradited to the US to face charges for the crimes he has commited and has been idicted for. That being said if the McC's are squeaky clean and the conman did not con them and he was not doing anything dodgy for them then yes the FBI will probably not be questioning the McC's. Time will tell!

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  39. Anon 34:

    Why wouldn't the FBI question him about his financial dealings with the McCanns? I am sure that if he is being investigated for money laundering, all of his dealings would be looked into. It would be the equivalent of saying his money laundering clients were satisfied with his work and filed no complaint, so he will leave that part of the case alone. Everybody is a suspect in an investigation until officially cleared.

    Caroline

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  40. Agree Shubob, as seen too many swift denials of any connection!

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  41. Apprently the fund did not know Halligen was ALREADY wanted in the US,before he started to "work" for them.

    He was "recommended" by "somebody" to Brian kennedy.
    I wonder WHO recommended him?

    Halligen said "he was going to sue us for what he claimed he was still owed and our message was basically "see you in court".
    Oh yeah? WHEN? =))
    I hope he takes them to court jeje.....
    Imagine the newspapers with this title: -The Great Battle of the XXI Century: "The Battle of the Scums".

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  42. The McCanns are trying to distance themselves from Halligen's past by saying they were unaware about his case with Trafigura. Well, that won't wash as we know that both Trafigura AND the McCanns have CARTER RUCK in common!

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  43. If Halligen is investigated for money laundering they would most certainly investigate any money coming in or out of his accounts regardless.
    The Mccanns & Kennedy's will name undoubtedly come up.
    Halligen has a lot of explaing to do.

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  44. The people Halligen was associating with, and who were trusting him, mean he will no doubt be privy to a lot of insider information. How high does it go?

    No wonder there are people, not only, as we are speculating, the McCanns, who want him to stay silent.

    I honesty wouldn't be surprised if this man fears for his life.

    It would be better that he told what he knows rather than keep quiet, it's the people who don't tell all who end up getting bumped off.

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  45. Some very interesting posts here, particularly from Shuhbob and Zodiac.
    I think I'd go along with the hypothesis that Halligen knows a thing or two involving perhaps McCann, Kennedy, Fund, UK lawyers, Trafigura or any combination thereof and he will surely bring these up with the right people at the right time. The right people are definitely not the British authorities and no time would be the right time to bring anything up with them.

    T4two

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  46. joana where is Ironside and ann miller do you no.dos any one no. miss them liked reading there coments thay where good.

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  47. i say again i do not believe the FBI will question him re the Mcs.... if there has been fraud in the UK it is a British police job, but they never seem interested. I can't see it happening unless there is a complaint... has anyone ever lodged one re the fund?

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  48. If Halligen is in danger because he knows something or other, then his girlfriend should also be careful.

    Wasn't it said there had been a woman with him at some stage of his hiding away?

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  49. @ post # 47, if that's the case, why aren't the British police the ones investigating his business with Trafigura? After all, the deal with them was brokered by a BRITISH law firm in LONDON! Why is it an FBI matter? Think about it!

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  50. Joana, have you been CARTER-RUCKED? gerrymccannblogs has:

    http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/Carter-Ruck.htm

    Gerry is claiming copyright for his blogs lol. Unbelievable!

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  51. Hi Zodiac - I wasn't trying to infer that Halligen had anything to do with harming Maddie, but the truth is the media are connecting him to the Maddie case as much as they are to the case in the States.In other words, they are more or less saying that he defrauded the McCanns and therefore Maddie's Fund has suffered and maybe the money he supposedly conned them out of could be used to help find Madeleine, so someone in the cells might find an excuse to take revenge for that! The media love to find a scapegoat! Excellent post by you as usual Zodiac.

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  52. Halligen seems to have his finger in so many pots, but the McCann's money is only a tiny amount in comparison to the other cases is he alleged to be involved in. Therefore, I cannot see it being anything to do with money laundering as surely much larger sums of money would be involved, (unless the McCann's are involved in any of the other money laundering cases).

    Also, I cannot see them being conned so easily; what they are good at is conning all of us!

    I therefore think they used him to make themselves look good, knowing he would never find someone who is not lost in the first place. I think staying in the clear is uppermost in their minds and keeping their fund topped up.

    Perhaps they were tipped off about his past and the fact he was a wanted man and frankly, if that was the case, it suited them down to the ground - victims again.

    They are always victims. That is what stinks imo. I just don't think they would be so daft to do anything dodgy themselves, given what they are suspected of - I don't think they would take that risk.

    They are actually very clever people.

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  53. Anon 46. I too miss the opinions of Ironside and A.Miller. Also what has happened to Tony Bennett since he was ordered to destroy his opinions on this case? He's been gagged just like Amaral, so another one hits the dust. Let's hope Goncalo fares better but I won't hold my breath. These McCanns are untouchable and unstoppable!

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  54. I find it odd that Halligen was not represented by a lawyer. If he can't afford a lawyer, wouldn't the court appoint one to act on his behalf?

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  55. Fernis estas a sonhar, o caso do Amaral ja foi decidido. Os McCanns vao estar presentes nao para dar testemunha mas para humilhar o homem. Ja falaste da humilhacao causada por os media Ingleses, para mim o que foi escrito e dito na media Inglesa e so uma prova do racismo que existe na sociedade deles nada mais. A grande humilhacao para os Portugueses e o que as autoridades Portuguesas estao a deixar os McCanns fazerem ao senhor Amaral.

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  56. Some friends and I were involved with Kevin Halligen when he was a director of Inkerman Security. He introduced us to General Sir John Holmes and other high ranking famous military types. At the time we were involved in a very high tech business and investing significant amounts of money in development....fast forward a couple of years, Chimera partnership, Red Defence, Oakley etc., and Kevin took us to the cleaners for £400k+. He certainly had high level influence, while contracted to us he flew military flights to Iraq, Washington, Ankara, and wheeled out military top brass at the drop of a hat. I don't know what he's got but whatever it is he certainly has chutzpah!

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  57. @ post # 56, interesting details if true. Regardless of your post, I think it goes without saying that he knows people of influence. If he decides to fight the extradition, his defence will be interesting. Right now, I think the FBI are after him for something involving much more than Trafigura.

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  58. Anon at 56

    Intresting.

    And he no doubt knows a lot of secrets does this Irishman.

    Can they afford to let him be a loose canon floating around? That's why he will have to go down and no chance of talkiing to anybody.

    What a book he could write if he ever got the chance!

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  59. Most on this blog want to see the Maccann's in jail for what happened to their daughter, including myself and we are grasping at anything that we think will put them there, but the reality is they are a couple who have a lot of power behind them they now think they are unstoppable, and so far they have been. It will take a person with the courage of a lion to put the stop to this pair and that person is Mr Amaral but will the Portugese justice system allow him to do it( we all know they will sell their souls to protect Kate and Gerry) Only God Knows pray for Mr Amaral he needs it we all do. Has a fund been set up for Mr Amaral's defence I would like to donate.

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  60. Guerra, talvez nao seja assim. A justica portuguesa tem exposto as suas vergonhas e dificilmente escondera mais esta.
    O editor do jornal "O SOL" foi hoje ouvido pea ERC para explicar em detalhe as denuncias que fez sobre pressoes do governo para calar noticias no jornal. Esperemos que outros tenham a mesma coragem e expliquem ao mundo porque e que a partir de determinada altura, o caso Maddie, virou TABU NOS MEDIA PORTUGUESES. Tantas decisoes polemicas foram tomadas, nomeadamente a censura ao livro, verdadeiro atentado a liberdade, e ninguem com relevo politico se indignou ou comentou. Nao houve PROS E CONTRAS a debater um assunto tao sensivel, nem comentarios do Professor Marcelo ou do Dr. Vitorino. PORQUE? O QUE E QUE OBRIGOU ESTA GENTE A ESTAR CALADA NM ASSUNTO QUE INDIGNOU O PAIS? Ja sabemos que o PGR e um pivot ao servico do governo e que altos membros do governo estao completamente "entalados" pelos casos Freeport e Face Oculta. O Ministro da justica na entrevista da RTP fez mais um triste papel, como se o segredo de justica fosse o problema da justica.
    O tempo ha-de desmascarar a manipulacao que esta por tras de todo o caso Maddie. Pobre crianca que ja nao passa do mote a dar titulo a historieta dos vedetas Mccann e seus advogados.

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  61. The Daily Mail is taking comments on the tragic story of a 2 year old who choked on a sausage.

    I think Kate McCann admits to leaving her 2 and 3 year olds alone (possibly with food - can't recall now, but certainly with access to food) while she took a bath.

    And both McCanns left their children alone when they could get up and access food.

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  62. Guerra, que horror, não me saia com este raciocínio.
    Será que é a razão da vinda deles?
    Mas será que o Amaral não tem qualquer prova?
    Mas ele não tem sete testemunhas?
    Ai,meu deus, imagine se forem Testemunhas de Jeová e o Amaral não percebeu.
    Testemunhas de Jeová existem em todas as nacionalidades e ele tem pelo menos uma testemunha que vem da Inglaterra, carregando uma maletinha.
    Este caso agora está fazendo-me lembrar o Segredo de Fátima, os católicos todos na expectativa durante decênias, preparando-se para o Apocalipse, confessando aqui, comungando ali, rezando o rosário e acaba que N.S. falou que iria haver um atentado contra um Papa.
    Agora é rezar para o advogado Cabrita, até agora nem promovido a Cabra ou mesmo Bode, e que Deus o inspire.
    O pior é que a Igreja em Portugal é a mesma dos McCanns e isto vai causar muito conflito no Céu.

    O único que vai ser abordado de um lado só vai ser São Dimas.

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  63. John Unger for congress??
    was halligen making donations to US politicians?

    mojo

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  64. Guerra,

    É indiscutível o carácter racista de grande parte dos artigos e comentários publicados nos pasquins ingleses. Desde os tempos do Mapa Côr-de-Rosa que estamos habituados às diatribes vindas daquela ilha.
    Mas quanto ao caso McCann/Amaral não quereria avancar com prognósticos, embora esteja também muito céptico quanto à justica em Portugal. De qualquer forma espero que neste caso prevaleca o bom senso e o respeito pela constituicão e liberdade da palavra. Imagina as consequencias se o resultado final fôr: AMARAL 1 - MCCANN 0. O Benfica já deu 5-0 ao Everton na noite das t-shirts. Agora é a vêz do Goncalo. Por vezes é bom sonhar......

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  65. to 59 you can donate to mr amaral fund its at the very top of this page called {{{-- projecto justica goncalo amaral-- }}}good luck to mr amaral

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  66. Anon. 62,

    Foi uma tentativa de fazer piada com o advogado Cabrita? Muito mau gosto.

    Ja todos sabemos que provavelmente o veredicto esta ditado em Secretaria. Uma vergonha bem ao estilo do que S. Dimas gosta.

    Afinal, a semelhanca da Face Oculta, os Mccann sempre andaram avisadinhos sobre as diligencias da PJ, antes delas acontecerem. Sempre poderam precaver-se, proteger-se do mau tempo quando ele ameacava. NAO E DIFICIL ADIVINHARMOS DE ONDE PARTIA A SISTEMATICA VIOLACAO DO SEGREDO DE JUSTICA, A PASSAGEM ESTRATEGICA DE INFORMACAO PARA OS JORNAIS E PARA OS MCCANN- Afinal a Face Oculta revelou que alguns arguidos foram avisados da existencia de Escutas logo depois das certidoes terem chegado a PGR. Mudaram de Teleles, mas o tanso do Godinho meteu uma argolada e comprometeu a marosca. Por ser um aprendiz desprotegido, e o unico que esta preso e em maus lencois. E o BIBI da Face Oculta. HA BUFOS NA PGR e o povao portugues a pensar que o Bufo e um passarao inocente que apenas voa. VOA, VOA... disfarcadamente, qual pombo correio, em missao confidencial. Portanto o BUFO tambem ja voou agora e os Mccann sabem com certeza absoluta e, magicamente, qual e o veredicto que o tribunal vai apresentar depois de 11 de Dezembro. Por isso se arriscam a vir... sabem que nao vai haver re-abertura do caso, nem Kate vai responder as 48 perguntas que deixou penduradas na PJ. Sabem que vao saborear mais um bom vinho a acompanhar pratos preparados por chefes de renome num hotel de 5 estrelas da Capital portuguesa. Tudo pago a meias pelo Fundo Madeleine e os contribuintes portugueses. Sabem que nao levarao os 1.2 milhoes de Euros clamados, de Amaral, porque isso e um insulto a Portugal inteiro e portanto muito arriscado. Enganosamente, sairao convencidos que limparam a imagem e encerraram o caso, de modo a fazerem mais uma campanha de angariacao de Fundos, a quando da epoca natalicia- A UNICA COISA QUE REALMENTE INTERESSA AGORA, NUTRIR O FUNDO NEM QUE SEJA A CADENCIA DE UMA OU DUAS PROMOCOES ANUAIS: O NATAL E O ANIVERSARIO DO DESAPARECIMENTO DE MADDIE. Afinal a boa vida gera vicios caros, dificeis de manter com um unico salario, nem que seja o de cirurgiao coronario no reino de SUA MAJESTADE. Viver na incerteza do que o Fundo pode gerar, e stressante e demolidor, ate porque sabem que ha duas sanguessugas vitalicias a alimentarem-se das mesmas benesses, o PORTA-VOZ e a CARTER-F....
    Mas a imagem continuara suja, por mais SKIP que usem. Nao ha branqueamento publico porque nem todo o POVAO herdou os genes dos Godinhos que cruzaram a vida dos Mccann. Sairao de Portugal mais odiados do que entraram e esse e o champanhe frio que como povo que se indigna, lhes vamos servir a cada vez que pizarem o nosso solo. Nao ha perdao para quem engana a justica, quando o que esta em causa e uma crianca indefesa e.... a propria filha. NEM S. DIMAS LHES PODE VALER, POR MAIS INTENSA QUE SEJA A REZA... O LADRAO PODE IR LONGE, MAS O MENTIROSO TEM SEMPRE AS PERNAS CURTAS E POR MAIS QUE CORRA, TROPECA EXPONDO-SE!!! Estes 2 estao fartos de tropecar... Um DIA CAIRAO AOS PES DE S. TOME!!!!!

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  67. No surprise if Kalligen will be found dead one of this days and the reason of his dead remain unclear forever. Everything surrounding the Mccann's is following Mafia methodes to solve the hot situations. Al CAPONE DIED LONG AGO but seem's that his ADN was well spreaded in some part of Britain.

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  68. If Halligen was found dead.... SUICIDE!!! A very convennient END FOR GERRY, KATE, MITCHELL and THE CARTER-F... isn't? And after... Francisco Marco and Dave edgar. A very easy way to clean-up some con-mans in Europe. Good JOB team Mccann, you are perfeccionists on cleaning-up, after your quick practising at 5A flat in PDL.

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  69. O resultado do processo vai depender das leis do país.
    Não necessariamente haverá corrupção.
    Acho que não vai haver.
    Nem tudo que é a favor dos McCanns é corrupção.
    Pode ser simplesmente as possibilidades que a lei dá.
    Espero que o Moita Flores e o Paulo Sargento estejam ajudando o Amaral.
    Vamos ver.

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  70. I'm keeping my MP informed of developments and have suggested referring to this site, as the information is being Carter Rucked.

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  71. I suggest Nick Davies from The Guardian to investigate. He's written a lot about paedophile rings and cover-ups

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  72. Poster 63 The answer is yes re: John Unger. There is information about this if you google Halligen, Unger and Washington.

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  73. The magic figure of £500k!
    The sum the Mccs were threatening Tony Bennett for libel, the amount Brian Kennedy said he lost in the credit crunch, the amount the Express paid in the libel trial, the Halligen allegations..Can anyone come up with other scenarios where this figure pops up?

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  74. @ post # 73, wasn't that the same amount they allegedly paid Metodo 3?

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  75. Anon 70 although the Leicester MP isn't my MP I wrote to him about his comments on the case. I did not receive a reply. I wonder why the MP would ignore a polite letter that said the duo hired Halligen and it was not the way presented by the MP who said Halligen saw the duo as vulnerable. I hope you get a reply from your MP.

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  76. post 74-thanks ShuBob. We ought to run a "Find the £500k " competition. You also helped me out with the Kay Burley interview and Gamble's reference to the parents in the Sky news interview.

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  77. Metodo 3 were paid £500k per MONTH.

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  78. Correction to my post on Metodo 3- should have been £50k pm.

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  79. anon @ 68 i too thought that an assisted suicide or an assisted escape would be a solution to their problem of Halligen but i think that they realise after the suspicions about Dr Kelly even the stupidity of the general public would be severly tested...what they will be left with is an agreement with Halligen to serve whatever sentence he gets from the USA in britain with the promise of a J.Archer or J.Aitken type of treatment Im sure he can afford to take all the prison staff out for a meal quite often

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  80. From Ireland, an inconvenient Mr Lawson, member of their Dail ( or parliament)was conveniently suddenly dead in a car accident in Prague. These things can be arranged. Remember the poisoned umbrella that killed a dissident (from ? ) in London a couple of years ago?

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  81. The 'accidental' death of Princess Diana with her trying to get a ban on landmines, and all the rest of the stuff that was going on, was very convenient too.

    There are still many questions that have never been answered, despite the so called public enquiry into the case, carried out by establishment men of course! Could we honestly believe that if there had been some involvement by Royalty in her death we would ever had been told of it.

    People in very high places are always going to be protected. Diana was an an embarrassment to the Royal Family and a threat to quite a number of people. She even believed she might get bumped off in a car accident staged to look like an accident.

    Halligen would do well to get his story out, before he never gets the chance to say anything at all. He has made enemies of quite a number of people in high positions by the sound of it.

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  82. ANON @73 Re. 500k the magic figure.

    In June 2007 G.Mc Cann received an email demanding 2 million euro for information to find Madeleine.
    But the emailer said he wanted 500,00 thousand euro in advance!!
    The 500k figure seems very popular in this case indeed.

    Sherlock.

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