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Quote of the Day - Looking back on the Madeleine case

"Gerry told me when they went back the shutters to the room were broken, they were jemmied up and she was gone," said Mr Healy. "She'd been taken from the chalet. The door was open."

Kate McCann's Father in : The Guardian, May 5 2007


  1. No, the shutters were not broken neither jemmied up BUT KATE'S FINGERPRINTS WERE ON THE WINDOW.

  2. I ask myself if it is easy to be friends with the McCanns if you can not believe what they say.It must be irritating.And I ask myself as well if the whole group new about the disapperarence, before the alarm, or only a few of them.Possibly they didn't.Why did Mrs. Webster,Fiona's Payne mother, remained sit at the table while the rest was running to the apartment?There are some photos of the parents in Huelva(McCannfiles) and booth really look bad.But on the way to Huelva(if it is true,Panorama)Kate looks great.Were the pictures taken on the same day?Looking that great while they knew the apartment and their home were checked on by the dogs short before?On the 3rd, the police was already checking on Murat's garden. As a innocent parent, I would have stayed the whole day on the side of his garden, waiting for news.All parents I know would have done the same.That cameraman friend must have noticed some scent in the car on the way back from Huelva, if the couple replaced the body that day.But would he tell it?I still believe the body was in a logical place for the police, according to the Mccanns and to the person who was helping them.The person must have gotten scared.And imagine the McCanns getting arrested and confessing, telling the location of the body!!!!

  3. Ah, yes those forced shutters. The muse that inspired a myriad bombastic newspaper columnists.

    How these oh-so-clever luvvies enjoyed their rants against the Portuguese investigation.

    I mean, look to the facts: a locked apartment, forced shutters, a missing child. Obvious innit! Abduction.

    When it became clear that there was no forced entry, and the McCanns had blatantly lied, did these columnists attempt to redress their badly-researched scribblings by asking a few edgy and pertinent questions?

    Did they hell. They simply slipped back to a comfort zone of flitting trivia, never again to mention locked apartments and jemmied shutters.

    The silence and duplicity of the privileged elite on this subject is unforgivable.


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