Author Topic: Why now?  (Read 16691 times)

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Offline Davel

Re: Why now?
« Reply #600 on: December 08, 2021, 08:04:11 PM »
Despite his rather strong statements in the beginning;

‘I can’t tell you on which basis we assume she is dead. But for us, there’s no other possibility. There is no hope she is alive.’

https://metro.co.uk/2021/10/09/madeleine-mccann-investigators-100-sure-prime-suspect-killed-her-15392191/#:~:text=%E2%80%98I%20can%E2%80%99t%20tell%20you%20on%20which%20basis%20we%20assume%20she%20is%20dead.%20But%20for%20us%2C%20there%E2%80%99s%20no%20other%20possibility.%20There%20is%20no%20hope%20she%20is%20alive.%E2%80%99

You obviously havent followed what he has said...that statement shows no contradiction to anything he has said...read it again. i wont repeat what I have deduced he is alludibng tooo ...but it fits perfectly

Offline The General

Re: Why now?
« Reply #601 on: December 14, 2021, 01:52:24 PM »
You obviously havent followed what he has said...that statement shows no contradiction to anything he has said...read it again. i wont repeat what I have deduced he is alludibng tooo ...but it fits perfectly
OK, haven't done this for a while, but let's break this down:

The 'I can't tell you' bit doesn't mean he doesn't know, he knows (or thinks he knows), but he can't say.
The next, it's pretty unequivocal - she's dead. He has something physical that proves it, but not forensic...hmmm
SY....they're not so sure, but Dick says she hasn't seen all the evidence, so hey, how would I know.....but it's still missing persons, which is typical, blithe, self-serving, police semantics.

I can confirm she's dead too. 99.999% of these cases of this length go the same way. So I'll bet on dead.
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Offline barrier

Re: Why now?
« Reply #602 on: December 14, 2021, 06:30:52 PM »
OK, haven't done this for a while, but let's break this down:

The 'I can't tell you' bit doesn't mean he doesn't know, he knows (or thinks he knows), but he can't say.
The next, it's pretty unequivocal - she's dead. He has something physical that proves it, but not forensic...hmmm
SY....they're not so sure, but Dick says she hasn't seen all the evidence, so hey, how would I know.....but it's still missing persons, which is typical, blithe, self-serving, police semantics.

I can confirm she's dead too. 99.999% of these cases of this length go the same way. So I'll bet on dead.


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