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Online G-Unit

That post is beneath you, and certainly beneath contempt.

I speak as I find. The McCann's professions have often been emphasised as if theywere relevant. One poster used to refer to them as 'the Doctors McCann' quite a lot.
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Online G-Unit

Fortunately youíre not tasked with finding out.  Letís hope those who are are able to be a little more discerning when evaluating the evidence and discard possibilities which are clearly ludicrous.

As Rowley pointed out you can never predict what criminals may do. I would take that further and say you can never predict what people may do.
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Online Davel

As Rowley pointed out you can never predict what criminals may do. I would take that further and say you can never predict what people may do.

You can make valued judgements of what people can do and have done based on the evidence
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You can make valued judgements of what people can do and have done based on the evidence

Evidence can be ambiguous or insufficient to be sure, of course.

In March 1998 a funeral director drew the attention of John Pollard, Corober, to the high death rate among GP Harold Shipman's patients. A good call based on evidence of an unusually high number of cremation forms he was presenting. The Coroner informed the police but they were unable to find enough evidence to charge him. He was only caught when clear evidence of skullduggery emerged; the forgery of a victim's will.
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Online Davel

Evidence can be ambiguous or insufficient to be sure, of course.

In March 1998 a funeral director drew the attention of John Pollard, Corober, to the high death rate among GP Harold Shipman's patients. A good call based on evidence of an unusually high number of cremation forms he was presenting. The Coroner informed the police but they were unable to find enough evidence to charge him. He was only caught when clear evidence of skullduggery emerged; the forgery of a victim's will.

Shipman had, a history if drug abuse... There was evidence..... The thread us the Netflix Film
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Offline Cheeky Monkey

Well he did get completely wrong the location of the chat with Jez and also the door he used on the 9pm check.  Could he have been inebriated?
It's unquestionable they all got a lot of things wrong, deliberately or otherwise. Surely he would have sobered up by the time he gave his statement, he'd only been in the tapas for littler more than half an hour. If he was inebriated, it must have been strong stuff he was on.
« Last Edit: March 16, 2019, 05:01:50 PM by John »
Gerry McCann: "If you think about the millions and millions of British families who go to the Mediterranean each year, really the chances of this happening are in the order of 100 million to one."

Offline Brietta

It's unquestionable they all got a lot of things wrong, deliberately or otherwise. Surely he would have sobered up by the time he gave his statement, he'd only been in the tapas for littler more than half an hour. If he was inebriated, it must have been strong stuff he was on.
I think it highly likely that in the unlikely event he had to 'sober up' the news that his daughter was missing would have done the trick in a jiffy.
The remit of Operation Grange is to investigate ...  "(as if the abduction occurred in the UK)"

Offline Lace

you will never  get though  to them   they will deny the possible involvement  of the mcanns    forever


That is because the McCann's are innocent.

Offline Cheeky Monkey

I think it highly likely that in the unlikely event he had to 'sober up' the news that his daughter was missing would have done the trick in a jiffy.
I thought my post reflected the fact that I thought it was unlikely as well.   
I've been listening to all sorts of excuses for Gerry's May 4th statement.
So far it's, he was in inebriated or translation issues. There's been no good ones yet. 8(0(*
Gerry McCann: "If you think about the millions and millions of British families who go to the Mediterranean each year, really the chances of this happening are in the order of 100 million to one."

Online pathfinder73

There's is a possibility that he used both doors on that check being so long away. Two doors would fit if he is involved because there was something most important to do! Final exit was the patio door left open for the next scheduled check by Kate but Matt checked and saw a half-open door just like Gerry.  &%%6 not ajar  *%87

IMO if Kate checked at 9:30 Madeleine would NOT have been there! Tannerman hiding in the apartment on Gerry's check and being seen leaving minutes later by Jane could explain a moving door. Of course that is the answer many would first believe but you have to ask, did that bedroom door ever move?

"The question asked, he clarifies not having told MBM's parents the facts of having found the door half-open." https://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/MATTHEW-OLDFIELD-10MAY.htm

"The twins were still asleep in the children's bedroom and the door was half open." https://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/EMMA-LOUISE.htm
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Smithman carrying a child in his arms checked his watch after passing the Smith family and the time was 10:03. Both are still unidentified 10 years later.

Offline ShiningInLuz

I speak as I find. The McCann's professions have often been emphasised as if theywere relevant. One poster used to refer to them as 'the Doctors McCann' quite a lot.
It's an interesting point.

I think, technically, because of my educational qualifications, I am entitled in Portugal to call myself Doctor (ShiningInLuz). 

I have never checked this out, for the simple reason that it does not make me a better person if indeed I am a Doctor here, just as I am not a worse person if I am not a Doctor.

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What's it all about, Alfie?

Offline Eleanor

It's an interesting point.

I think, technically, because of my educational qualifications, I am entitled in Portugal to call myself Doctor (ShiningInLuz). 

I have never checked this out, for the simple reason that it does not make me a better person if indeed I am a Doctor here, just as I am not a worse person if I am not a Doctor.

 8((()*/

If you are basing this on Amaral's right to call himself Doctor then I might be inclined to keep quiet about it.

Offline ShiningInLuz

If you are basing this on Amaral's right to call himself Doctor then I might be inclined to keep quiet about it.
No, I am not.

I am basing it on what I put in my post.

Why did you drag Amaral into it?
What's it all about, Alfie?

Online Davel

No, I am not.

I am basing it on what I put in my post.

Why did you drag Amaral into it?

Good point... Why bring DOCTOR amaral into a discussion on the Portuguese use of the title doctor
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