Obscene much? McCanns will throw a fund raising party dinner tomorrow at a plush London restaurant while their detective Dave Edgar declares for the second time that Madeleine is alive in some «rural village» or «lair» (depending on the rent-a-cop imagination) in the Algarve. The 'party' hosted at London's Kensington Roof Gardens will cost a mere £150-a-ticket to attend.
Their guest list is said to include Virgin tycoon Sir Richard Branson, 59, Harry Potter author JK Rowling, 44, and Radio Five's Nicky Campbell, 48, along with the McCanns' backer, Scottish double-glazing tycoon Brian Kennedy, 49. Oh, and the raising of the donations of that night will be divided unequally between 2 missing children registered charities and the McCann's fund, a Limited Company, of which they are directors and from which they are paying Lift Consulting, an image consulting company at about 200 pounds per hour.
Doctors Without Borders or UNICEF who are trying to keep Haitian children safe from abuse and exploitation.
Meanwhile the 'there-is-absolutely-no-evidence' McCanns continue to refute the results of a joint and real UK & Portuguese Police investigation on their daughters disappearence and probable death - and also the fact that the PJ former coordinator Gonçalo Amaral is no longer a lone voice. On their site we can read: “Madeleine is still missing and someone needs to be looking for her. She is very young and vulnerable and needs our help", yet the McCanns don't ask for the reopening of the case, nor have they filed any missing person claim in the UK.
Their immediate family also seem oblivious of certain incontrovertible truths: “The fact is absolutely nothing has changed from day one. People have their ideas but until there’s something to substantiate what has been said it’s ridiculous. It does work against the search and we can’t allow that.” said Susan Healy to this 'local newspaper'.
And if it wasn't enough promoting the bad & ugly 'boogeyman-snatcher' in the collective childrens' minds that read J.K.Rowling Potter's book in 2009: «Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows» and in the impressive minds of those who watched the first minutes of 'Shrek the Third' the McCanns & their extended family continue to show the same sensitivity to all children related issues: "It’s sad that it’s a school day and that many children from this area won’t be able to get to Formby, but people can mark the 1,000 days in other ways."
Gerald McCann will make the closing speech at the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) conference titled 'Taken: Sexually-motivated child abductions', today at 16.00pm. At the same time Kevin Halligen, the McCanns former detective, who turned out to be as dodgy as the previous ones, Metodo3 [we bring Maddie for X-mas] will be heard today at an US court for attempting to defraud a London law firm for an alleged £1.2 million. The McCanns' media spin-maker, Clarence Mitchell, insisted the fund had not been duped. Of course not.