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Of course he did because he didn't call them immediately. The crucial reason will be revealed by me when this case moves forward.
How long will that be 20 30 years from now?
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Don't distract. The point is that the Spanish TV station was broadcasting information purportedly taken from the McCann's police statements, but it wasn't.
That is what you have determined.  There is what Kate said in the interview and there is what is recorded, I don't know if they were the same.
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That link has an unusual sentence and I've read it a couple of times but I'm still not seeing it.  "Friends said they now believe Madeleine’s comment could even be a clue that an intruder was in the flat on the night before her disappearance and that they briefly disturbed her before fleeing.

Who was disturbed before fleeing.

Don't distract. The point is that the Spanish TV station was broadcasting information purportedly taken from the McCann's police statements, but it wasn't.
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Maybe it's Dr Vincent Tabak , that saw something that Evening/Morning... and that's why someone would want to keep him quite! (IMO)
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JMO, but I can't believe that a child 3 years old would reproach her parents for leaving her and her siblings alone. First of all, at that age, she would have only been concerned about herself. Secondly, she would not be able to realise that what her parents did was not right because she would not be able to compare to what other parents do. Thirdly, she would have most likely have forgotten by the next morning what had happened.

It wasn't unusual, apparently, for Madeleine to alert her parents if the twins cried, but that does seem like a very complete story for a child of her age;

shortly after their arrival at the apartment. Madeleine came to his room saying that Amelie was crying and she couldn't sleep.
http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/GERRY-MCCANN-ARGUIDO.htm

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Of course he did because he didn't call them immediately. The crucial reason will be revealed by me when this case moves forward.
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"Friends said they now believe Madeleine’s comment could even be a clue that an intruder was in the flat on the night before Madeleine's disappearance and that the intruder briefly disturbed Madeleine before fleeing the apartment on the Wednesday night."  My explanation  now. 

But could this be a clue as to what happened on the Thursday too?
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Why didn't she do it then? Dianne found her alone banging on about window/shutters not to call police.
I notice she very much "obeys her husband".  So did Gerry have doubts about ringing the police?
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