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Kazcutt:

--- Quote from: Benita on October 16, 2013, 12:01:25 AM ---kazcutt.

you didn't answer my question on the e-fit

who ? sergy malinka or matthew fazackerley ??

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Faz looks like secont efit

John:
The girls mentioned that Malinka's name had been removed from the main article on Wikipedia but I have enough knowledge of the site to retrieve it.  Here it is...

The police were understood to have taken in for questioning Sergey Malinka, 22, a man of Russian origin, from whose property officers also took away a laptop computer and two hard drives. Malinka had set up a website for Murat and the two exchanged frequent phone calls since Madeleine's disappearance – the reason the authorities started suspecting him. Chief Inspector Olegário de Sousa reiterated there was insufficient evidence to make any arrests. Police said that Malinka had been questioned as a witness for approximately five hours, which did not, having regard to the "dynamic" nature of the investigation, mean that he could not become a suspect.

Malinka spoke negatively of the coverage of the case in the Portuguese media, which had alleged that he was a convicted sexual offender. He denied he had contacted Murat, and said he was "completely innocent". Inconsistencies in his account of his relationship with Robert Murat emerged: he had said <!-- To the police? To Sky News? -->he had not contacted Murat in a year but Murat’s mobile phone records allegedly show he called Malinka at 23:40 on the night Madeleine vanished. On 19 May, Portuguese detectives flew to England to interview Dawn Murat, the estranged wife of Robert Murat, and detectives re-interviewed other witnesses connected with Murat.

Following accusations in the media the McCanns, their friends, and Robert Murat instigated libel actions. The Daily Express and the Daily Star published front-page apologies and agreed to pay the McCanns £550,000 in libel damages. A grouping of British newspapers settled with Murat for a £600,000 payout and issued a public apology. BSkyB also paid him damages in a separate libel case.Sergey Malinka and Michaela Walczuch accepted more than £100,000 each.

www.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:MobileDiff/486813270...488781862

Benita:
It gets odder. current events?

This guy, Matt Fazackerley, lives in McCanns hometown, Leicestershire. He,s a business partner of the Russian computer bloke interviewed in Portugal, Sergio Malinka, they run a business called Island Expiditions.

Malinka knows Robert Murat.

Coincidence or not?


jassi:

--- Quote from: Benita on October 16, 2013, 11:34:28 AM ---It gets odder. current events?

This guy, Matt Fazackerley, lives in McCanns hometown, Leicestershire. He,s a business partner of the Russian computer bloke interviewed in Portugal, Sergio Malinka, they run a business called Island Expiditions.

Malinka knows Robert Murat.

Coincidence or not?

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That's what coincidence is.
Wasn't there a similar one in that O'Brien and some other guests lived within a few street of each other in Exeter, and of course also Murat had Exeter connections.

Make of them what you will.

Benita:

--- Quote from: jassi on October 16, 2013, 11:44:44 AM ---

That's what coincidence is.
Wasn't there a similar one in that O'Brien and some other guests lived within a few street of each other in Exeter, and of course also Murat had Exeter connections.

Make of them what you will.

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if im not mistaken murats sister lived in Exeter...not sure about O'Brien

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