Madeleine McCann: Buried by the Mainstream Media_ Exhumed by the Alternate Media in New Documentary

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posted on Aug, 12 2014 @ 10:50 PM
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a reply to: ipsedixit

The thing that stands out for me with regards to the case, is that if an abduction took place. Then it would have had to be planned by observation. Either by staff or by fellow holiday makers. For a random kidnapper, to identify and abduct on the spur of the moment seems too remote. So if I were the police I would obtain all phone records and investigate all the people in the area at the time. Especially staff who could identify the habits of the Mc Canns . I don't know at what particular day in the holiday she was abducted but I'm assuming that the kidnapper had enough time to identify habits and plan his move . He was careful enough to have got clean away with it. Which means premeditation was absolute. Which requires time and observation, from some point of observation that makes it possible.



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posted on Aug, 14 2014 @ 02:53 PM
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originally posted by: anonentity
a reply to: ipsedixit

The thing that stands out for me with regards to the case, is that if an abduction took place. Then it would have had to be planned by observation. Either by staff or by fellow holiday makers. For a random kidnapper, to identify and abduct on the spur of the moment seems too remote. So if I were the police I would obtain all phone records and investigate all the people in the area at the time. Especially staff who could identify the habits of the Mc Canns . I don't know at what particular day in the holiday she was abducted but I'm assuming that the kidnapper had enough time to identify habits and plan his move . He was careful enough to have got clean away with it. Which means premeditation was absolute. Which requires time and observation, from some point of observation that makes it possible.





I dont think there was a kidnapper, there's zero evidence of it...other than a missing girl.
There IS evidence of blood in the apartment and in the McCanns car. The TWO dogs used both strongly indicated where they could smell cadaver and blood! Those two dogs and their handler are so good at their job they've never before been wrong, and now they're in the employ of the fbi. I dont think the fbi would employ dogs that gave false positives!



posted on Aug, 14 2014 @ 08:24 PM
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Their was a witness seen with a young girl that fits Madeline's description who has never been identified. The dog may well have been smelling the previous occupants, of a well used room. Or even the smell of the kidnapper himself. Which gives another lead the kidnapper might well have worked where dead bodies were stored etc.
Blood in the well rented apartment, could have come from many sources. If the dog smelt blood where are the DNA samples?



posted on Aug, 14 2014 @ 08:37 PM
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I suggest you watch the videos posted in the op. They closely examine the supposed witness!

The dogs dont just smell for ANY scent, they know WHO'S scent to look for. Those dogs have been successful in hundreds of cases, never ever been wrong!

Where are the dna samples? Thats why you should watch the videos, they concentrate mostly on the coverup.

I had my own idea's about this case, but then I watched the vids. I now realise everything I thought I knew about this case was wrong, and it was wrong because I'd been lied to. In the vids they have the transcripts of the police interviews of the McCanns and the others, when you hear them you'll realize you too were lied too.



posted on Aug, 14 2014 @ 11:58 PM
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Haven't read the whole thread yet, or watched the docu yet, but I followed it while it was happening, and my theory is still this:

They drugged all of the kids to sleep (the other vacationing friends' kids included) by crushing up sleeping pills into a jug of juice, doled out cups for each kid to make them sleep all night while they had tapas, and Maddie got the last cup that night, with all the "dregs" in the bottom of the jug, so she overdosed. Parents found her, panicked, and hid her tiny body in the air-conditioning vent of the hotel room (that they weren't made to leave until like a week later, and the very-cool air blowing through there would have staved off decomposition pretty well for a few days). When they were made to leave, we saw Gerry carrying a very large gym bag to the rental car, and that was Maddie's body that they then took to the beach and threw it in the ocean (and the sniffer dogs tracked the scent down to the beach where it was lost). The guilty-grins they displayed in interviews sealed the deal for me, personally. Thanks for the links to the vids, will watch now.

Hopefully Maddie is resting in peace now. Hug your babies tight.



posted on Aug, 15 2014 @ 07:08 AM
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Agreed.
I'll have read. Thanks.





posted on Aug, 15 2014 @ 07:25 AM
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Anyone remember the picture they released wanting to find a certain man...it was gerry.
I have a feeling they are being protected, in the media and above but we will never know what really happened.



posted on Aug, 15 2014 @ 01:23 PM
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Thanks for that link. It was quiet revealing.
If the parents care about public perception (& money) more than their own child so much, should we care?
It beggars belief that that the Govs. would want Yorkshire Police to take over the case, in the light of the Jimmy Savelle revelations/scandal.





posted on Sep, 1 2014 @ 10:08 PM
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Just watched this and it's a very informative and thought provoking series of videos. I've also done a little digging of my own, based on the videos and my opinion is that there is something very stinky going on here.

The McCann's had high level political connections prior to their daughter's disappearance. The immediate response by Brown and Blair only confirm this, as do the private phone calls. I won't say what i really think but i'm absolutely sure that too much is remaining hidden.

A final thought; If a child of mine went missing in these circumstances, i'd not only go mad but i'd do and say whatever it took to get them back. The fact that Gerry McCann refuses to answer certain questions, instead of using the publicity to keep this at the forefront of the public's minds, isn't consistent with the behaviour of a concerned father.

I just hope that this little girl gets some kind of justice.





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