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Billy Whizz is just trying to disrupt this Forum with a load of cherry picked, convoluted rubbish, none of which makes any sense.
Having read their contributions today I'm beginning to think you might be right.
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You are accusing then a UK Policeman of gross unprofessional bias yet I see no evidence of this in the video. The car isn't plastered with posters - there are perhaps three which Grime probably can't even read, imo, from his position

According to some the dog alerts are not evidence of anything and therefore don't need to be taken into account. If so, why then do they also feel the need to question Grime's expertise and motivation? Could it be because they have a niggling feeling that dog alerts are significant after all? It's the only reason I can think of to explain why they want to damage Grime's reputation.
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You cannot be serious.  That is utterly laughable.  "Grime probably couldn't read the posters" which clearly show a picture of Madeleine McCann on them?  Why are you making such absurd excuses for him?

Who allowed this to happen, even if only briefly, is what I would like to know?
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"The fact is no one has ever been able to come up with a plausible, logical account of parental involvement"

That's an opinion.
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Mostly any suggestion of what McCann might have done is greeted by screams of libel', so why bother ?
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The fact is no one has ever been able to come up with a plausible, logical account of parental involvement, and if you try to put one together around the premise that Madeleine died in a fall between checks then that is definitely not plausible for reasons already discussed.  Your claim that the reason why there are so few examples (actually so far none found) of children dying in the home from falls (either instantly or within the time frame we are talking about) is because most children are supervised is utterly laughable, especially when you compare the number of child neglect cases in this country to the number of stranger abductions.  25,000 child neglect cases in 2019 and you'd think at least one or two of those cases would have resulted in instant or near instant death from a fall in the home  but as I say - no reports, no examples, nothing so far found in years of online news reporting worldwide. 

As for Amaral re-read what I said - I didn't say his book was an attempt to rubbish the abduction theory though clearly he gives no time to seriously considering it from Day One if his book is an accurate reflection of his opinion.   Does Amaral explain why abduction is implausible and illogical?  I think he gave it a go when he made some absurd claim that it was impossible to break into the apartment (the apartment was unlocked anyway!) and that the dogs proved a corpse lay in the apartment (no they didn't) - apart from that can you, he or anyone finally and definitively explain why abduction can be discounted as an implausible, illogical theory to explain Madeleine's disppearance?  The answer I would suggest is a big fat "NO you can't".

Billy Whizz is just trying to disrupt this Forum with a load of cherry picked, convoluted rubbish, none of which makes any sense.

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The fact is no one has ever been able to come up with a plausible, logical account of parental involvement, and if you try to put one together around the premise that Madeleine died in a fall between checks then that is definitely not plausible for reasons already discussed.  Your claim that the reason why there are so few examples (actually so far none found) of children dying in the home from falls (either instantly or within the time frame we are talking about) is because most children are supervised is utterly laughable, especially when you compare the number of child neglect cases in this country to the number of stranger abductions.  25,000 child neglect cases in 2019 and you'd think at least one or two of those cases would have resulted in instant or near instant death from a fall in the home  but as I say - no reports, no examples, nothing so far found in years of online news reporting worldwide. 

As for Amaral re-read what I said - I didn't say his book was an attempt to rubbish the abduction theory though clearly he gives no time to seriously considering it from Day One if his book is an accurate reflection of his opinion.   Does Amaral explain why abduction is implausible and illogical?  I think he gave it a go when he made some absurd claim that it was impossible to break into the apartment (the apartment was unlocked anyway!) and that the dogs proved a corpse lay in the apartment (no they didn't) - apart from that can you, he or anyone finally and definitively explain why abduction can be discounted as an implausible, illogical theory to explain Madeleine's disppearance?  The answer I would suggest is a big fat "NO you can't".

"The fact is no one has ever been able to come up with a plausible, logical account of parental involvement"

That's an opinion.
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You are accusing then a UK Policeman of gross unprofessional bias yet I see no evidence of this in the video. The car isn't plastered with posters - there are perhaps three which Grime probably can't even read, imo, from his position
You cannot be serious.  That is utterly laughable.  "Grime probably couldn't read the posters" which clearly show a picture of Madeleine McCann on them?  Why are you making such absurd excuses for him? 
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His book isn't an attempt to rubbish an abduction theory. It is none of the scenarios he investigated. The book is his account of the investigation of the evidence in front of him. The fact remains that accidental head injury is common . in the home and certain factors increase the risk - not least the lack of adult supervision. It is actually the leading cause of death in young people.No-one is claiming that most accidents lead to death. It's a possibility however particularly if the child loses consciousness and is unsupervised.

Amaral's issue with an abduction (a scenario he himself lists as one of three possible scenarios) is that, apart from one witness talking about an open window into the child's bedroom, and some reports of burglaries and people being seen lurking outside there is no other concrete evidence to support the theory. There is from the Tapas group an evolving inconsistent description of their movements on the night; a changing description on how people enter the flat and by which route; different descriptions of how the flat was found; an insistence by the parents of an abduction by paedophiles from nigh on the start; a cadaver dog alert; a blood dog alert and samples tested (which show a possible yet inconclusive match to the victim); and later before the book but after Amaral is removed from the investigation UK Police release testimony from the Gaspar's that everyone here is familiar with. Amaral is also told by a witness that he thinks the man he saw carrying a child in a direction away from the apartment was probably Gerry McCann, in his opinion. We can add to this evidence that children in 5a were heard to cry for over an hour and a half as they had been left alone unsupervised on another night before the disappearance. Amaral also knew the victim was known to wake and wonder at night.

None of this evidence proved anything - but then neither did the evidence of abduction. The case remains unsolved. However, it would be remiss for any detective faced with the evidence above not to dismiss parental involvement so, as UK Police describe. to at least "clear the ground from under their feet".
The fact is no one has ever been able to come up with a plausible, logical account of parental involvement, and if you try to put one together around the premise that Madeleine died in a fall between checks then that is definitely not plausible for reasons already discussed.  Your claim that the reason why there are so few examples (actually so far none found) of children dying in the home from falls (either instantly or within the time frame we are talking about) is because most children are supervised is utterly laughable, especially when you compare the number of child neglect cases in this country to the number of stranger abductions.  25,000 child neglect cases in 2019 and you'd think at least one or two of those cases would have resulted in instant or near instant death from a fall in the home  but as I say - no reports, no examples, nothing so far found in years of online news reporting worldwide. 

As for Amaral re-read what I said - I didn't say his book was an attempt to rubbish the abduction theory though clearly he gives no time to seriously considering it from Day One if his book is an accurate reflection of his opinion.   Does Amaral explain why abduction is implausible and illogical?  I think he gave it a go when he made some absurd claim that it was impossible to break into the apartment (the apartment was unlocked anyway!) and that the dogs proved a corpse lay in the apartment (no they didn't) - apart from that can you, he or anyone finally and definitively explain why abduction can be discounted as an implausible, illogical theory to explain Madeleine's disppearance?  The answer I would suggest is a big fat "NO you can't".
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I do not think the videos carrying Levy's copyright which we have seen are the original official police videos.  I think they are useless as evidence because they lack the provenance which the original location - time and date stamped evidential videos had.

Mark Harrison: Rogatory
The searches evolved were multidisciplinary and involved the PJ, GNR, UK Police and the University of Aveiro.
All the searches that occurred were documented in video by the PJ, including location, time and date stamps.

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/MARK_HARRISON-RIGATORY.htm

Levy's Videos were edited.  We all know that now.  Although heaven knows why.

Levy discredited himself ultimately.
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I do not think the videos carrying Levy's copyright which we have seen are the original official police videos.  I think they are useless as evidence because they lack the provenance which the original location - time and date stamped evidential videos had.

Mark Harrison: Rogatory
The searches evolved were multidisciplinary and involved the PJ, GNR, UK Police and the University of Aveiro.
All the searches that occurred were documented in video by the PJ, including location, time and date stamps.

http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/MARK_HARRISON-RIGATORY.htm
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