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Originally posted by 00112245712198
Interestingly the Vatican had details of the affair on there website, these details would be removed one week before they were made Arguidos...
Originally posted by Power_Semi
It does make you wonder why the government got involved and why they would cover something up.
Now, bear with me!
There is a witness statement alleging that GM & one of the doctors made a sexually suggestive remark about MM that shocked the witness.
Some time later a Police investigation into paedophiles called operation Ore revealed that a number of Labour ministers had been caught in the trap paying to download child porn.
GM knew Gordon Browns brother, and pretty quickly got government help.
Could it be that they were paedophiles, that GM had knowledge of some senior politicians involvement, and this was what prompted a miscarraige of justice for poor innocent Maddie?
Imagine if Maddie had died in the apartment. If she had been abused then it would show up in the autopsy (as doctors they could otherwise keep her away from any kind of medical examination) - imagine how embarrasing that would be if it came out in the press - that she'd been abused and GM just happened to have links to the British Governments hierarchy.
That would need to be covered up very quickly.
Of course, the Vatican will say they constantly update their website on world events. Rubbish.
Sir Richard Branson and JK Rowling are expected to be among the guests at a fund-raising event to mark the 1,000th day since Madeleine McCann went missing.
Around 180 people have been invited by her parents Kate and Gerry McCann to attend the £150-a-head dinner, raffle and auction at Sir Richard's Kensington Roof Gardens in west London.
Half the money raised will go to the McCanns' fund to find their daughter, with the other half split between the charities Missing People and Missing Children Europe.
Supporters of the couple from Rothley, Leicestershire, will also launch 1,000 glowing paper lanterns into the night sky in Britain, Portugal and the US to coincide with the anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance.
McCann family spokesman Clarence Mitchell stressed there was no "crisis" in the fund, which currently stands at approximately £500,000.
Carlos Anjos, the head of the Portuguese CID Officers Association, later spoke for many of them when he accused the parents of creating “a monster of information” which had damaged the case. His strictures then and thereafter were factual but one can sense underneath them an additional element of shock and betrayal at the way the parents had done things as much as what they had done.
As for the latter Anjos was categorical: “We were against this [publicity] from the start. And importantly, we were against the release of Madeleine McCann's photo all over the world. We thought the photos that were released should not show the distinct mark Maddie had in her eye. From our experience in criminal investigations this was a kidnap, which was what we believed...the revealing of such a distinct feature would put that person's life in danger.”
Originally posted by ipsedixit
reply to post by roblin
Personally I haven't seen that man, but I have to admit I am wondering if Jane Tanner has. Looks a lot like the last police artist sketch made under her direction. Makes me wonder about the utility of such drawings.