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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Sat Apr 05, 2008 2:34 pm

5.4.08

European irresponsibility

Two suspects of the disappearance of their own daughter will be guests at the European Parliament, following a campaign to create a European alert system when a child disappears. Several members of parliament had the idea to invite a couple that left three children under 4 years old all alone, in an apartment with unlocked doors, 100 meters from the bar where they were having diner with a few friends – something they have done several times, before.

I presume that those same members of European Parliament could invite Ian Huntley as a speaker, for an initiative like a campaign against child murders. Of course, the situation is different. Gerry and Kate McCann are only formal suspects in the disappearance of Madeleine McCann and Ian Huntley has confessed he killed two children. But it's ironic that someone who showed a so shocking lack of basic responsibility, leaving three small children alone, became envolved in a campaign to protect children.

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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Wed Apr 09, 2008 10:21 am

8.4.08

Thank you, obrigado, "Outono"...

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Take a look, before Sky News delete the story...

"Police have begun interviewing friends of Kate and Gerry McCann about their daughter's disappearance. Members of the so-called Tapas Seven are being quizzed by Leicestershire Police with three Portuguese detectives sitting in on the interviews at the force headquarters in Enderby (...) We understand the police have concerns about the time-line. There may be some concern that some of the time-lines don't tally but all the discrepancies are explicable (...) The seven were dining with the McCanns at a tapas bar when Madeleine - who had been left in the family's nearby holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, Portugal - disappeared. Mr Mitchell said: 'On that night these seven people didn't have mobiles or watches. During the shock, panic and chaos details may have become muddled." - Sky News, April 8 th 2008

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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Wed Apr 09, 2008 10:22 am

8.4.08

Give me "Crimewatch" or nothing!

One thing that Mr. Clarence Mitchell never, but never, will be able to understand or admit, is the existence of something that is not British or somebody who doesn't agree with him. Another problem, for a person who wants to give the idea that he is a spokesman, is the clear evidence that he is not able to listen to experts.

In the Portuguese legal system, re-enacting a crime is a decision that belongs to the authorities. When it's done, how it's done, who must be there, why is it done, it's for the Public Prosecutor's Office, Criminal Court and Police to decide. Listening to what Mr. Clarence Mitchell told, it seems that in UK, crime re-enacting is decided by TV producers and is done according to those producers (and program ratings)

Mr. Clarence Mitchell told RTP that the McCann demand the status of "arguidos" to be lifted, as a condition to accept the invitation to come to Portugal, on April 15 and 16, and watch the re-enacting of the events that took place, on May 3rd 2007. Please, can somebody tell Mr. Clarence Mitchell to listen to what Mr. Rog├®rio Alves has to tell him, about this?

It is also a surprise, for me, to know that the McCann, having said before – through their spokespeople – that:

a) They would never leave Portugal before finding what happened to Madeleine;
b) They could come back to Portugal, as "arguidos", just to see some friends;
c) They would not come back to Portugal, unless their status of "arguidos" was lifted;

Now, the McCann are worried with Kate: "Kate is upset. There's been no sense of concern for her feelings or the anguish it will cause her. On an emotional level she is not sure she can go through with it", according to a "friend", quoted by The Press Association.

Unless, it seems, if there are TV cameras available and the re-enactment can be broadcasted, according to Reuters: "Kate and Gerry McCann and their lawyers are considering the proposal and have yet to decide whether to go, spokesman Clarence Mitchell told BBC television. It is very much under discussion,' he said."

"What Kate and Gerry would welcome very much is something that will actually help find Madeleine. If a Crimewatch style reconstruction ... is what is being proposed, then of course they will take part. He said such a televised reconstruction was suggested by the McCanns and BBC Crimewatch last year, but was turned down by the Portuguese authorities."

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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Thu May 01, 2008 12:07 pm

20.4.08

A nice job and a good salary

Clarence Mitchell has a nice job with a good salary, working as a spokesman of a couple of suspects of the disappearance of a little child, almost one year ago. Finding Madeleine McCann, dead or alive, would mean the end of his job.

A friend of mine, also a journalist, thinks that Clarence Mitchell is a scum bag and a scoundrel, because he has no ethical boundaries in his attacks against Portugal and the Portuguese people. I don't agree with him.

Of course, I'm not insinuating that Mr. Clarence Mitchell has a personal interest in keeping the idea that the child was kidnapped, the McCann are innocent, the Portuguese police are a bunch of drunken incompetents and the Portuguese journalists are "stupid sardines" (as another British journalist said, recently, in Brussels). No.

Another friend of mine believes that Clarence Mitchell is mentally xxxxxxxx, because he asked for a foreign police force – FBI, Scotland Yard or Europol - to take action at the territory of a sovereign country, Portugal, when he called for a "a wide-ranging inquiry into the Portuguese handling" of the case "by officers from outside the country".

Well, I have to agree. Only a mentally xxxxxxxx could propose something like that. Scum bags, scoundrels and mentally xxxxxxxx people are quite common, among journalists from British tabloids. But you can, also, find some of those specimen among ex-BBC journalists.

Just read what an idiot, David Rose, wrote - "The d**ning case against the Portuguese police" - a story that I consider as the third most shameless manipulation of information I read, since May 3rd 2007 and I believe you will agree with me. Talking about the ranking of worst British journalists in Madeleine's case, first place belongs to Grant Hodgson, a real scum bag who wrote false news, and second place to that imbecile from Sky News, Martin Brunt.

This is not the starting of the "silly season", that period of time when newspapers have no news, politicians are all on holidays and editors must be "creative" to have a good headline. This is the beginning of another season of insults against all Portuguese people, marking one year of Madeleine's disappearance.

Does the British Media know that there are limits for these kind of campaigns? That they can produce nasty results?

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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Thu May 01, 2008 12:10 pm

24.4.08

The McCann effect

"TERRIFIED pensioners were mugged at gunpoint while on holiday in Portugal" - this the title of a tragic story, published by The Citizen, from Blackburn. Reading it, you can easily think that going to Darfur or Algarve is not very different, in what concerns risking your life. The persistent and powerful campaign of the McCann to undermine the credibility of Portugal, presenting it as a country with third world standards of life, shows its results. Next, probably, we will hear about cannibals hunting poor Irish pensioners in Faro and head-hunters collecting their souvenirs from innocent English schoolgirls in Portimão.

And all of this because the parents of three small children choose to have fun and a few drinks, instead of taking proper care of their children. I was really touched by the quick and public apology of Clarence Mitchell, after newspapers run a story that could bring some damage to the image of Mark Warner, the company that owns the Ocean Club. It seems that Kate McCann said something, on a documentary to be broadcasted, that could be understood as a critic to Mark Warner. No, far from that, Mr. Clarence Mitchell told the Media, Kate McCann never had any intention of criticizing the company. Sounds strange, for me, this denial, so blunt and so fast... Were the McCann afraid of the reaction of Mark Warner? If yes, I wonder what could be the reason...

Anyway, we know that next May 3rd will be marked by a new, strong and violent attack to the Portuguese police investigation and, at the same time, the McCann will announce specific plans for future actions, in the field of child protection, where they want to play a key role. Allow me to suggest a slogan for their campaign to have an "Amber alert" in Europe: "Never live your children alone in an apartment to go out for dinner with your friends..."

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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Sat May 03, 2008 2:12 am

1.5.08

Is Mr. Rog├®rio Alves just a stupid lawyer who thinks everybody is stupid?

The McCann "never lost faith in the Portuguese Police", Mr. Rog├®rio Alves, former president of Portuguese Bar Association told, a few minutes ago, during a TV program, broadcasted by SIC. I remember Kate McCann accusing Portuguese police of running out of budget and wanting to close the case, making the parents a scapegoat.
So, I ask again: is Mr. Rog├®rio Alves just a stupid lawyer, not worth the large amount of money he is being paid? Is he just so incompetent that he has no idea of what his clients told to the Media? Or is he just lying?

Just for the record, let me quote Kate McCann, in a interview with the Sunday Mirror (*):

"Breaking down in tears, distraught Kate said of the Portuguese police: "They want me to lie - I'm being framed. Police don't want a murder in Portugal and all the publicity about them not having paedophile laws here, so they're blaming us."

Gerry McCann also told the News of the World "that Portuguese officers were looking for a quick end to the case and were exploiting apparent discrepancies in the couple's account of what happened. 'In a system that you don't know and don't really trust it's incredibly frightening,' he said."

(*) The News of the World and the Daily Express had these same comments of Kate and Gerry McCann on-line, on September last year, but they deleted or changed the story, later – like most sites did. Anyway, there is a dozen of sites – more or less – where you can still read the McCann accusations against Portuguese police. Hurry up, before these pages are deleted:

http://www.sundaymirror.co.uk/news/sund ... -19758451/

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/ ... icion.html

http://www.sundayherald.com/news/herald ... _court.php

http://www.bookrags.com/news/extra-mcca ... olice-moc/

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/missing

http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/0909_maddie.shtml

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Madeleine_McCann

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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Sat May 03, 2008 2:13 am

02.05.2008

Suspects want to know what witnesses told police

A year after Madeleine McCann, a three year old child, disappeared, Kate and Gerry, both formal suspects in her disappearance, made a public appeal to everybody that gave statements to police to contact them: "You may have told the Portuguese police, but tell us. We need to know and we want to know (...) We have not had access to that information and we want it. We want to know what has been done and what hasn't been done." That's normal. It doesn't surprise me that a couple of formal suspects of a crime want to know what kind of information police has, about that crime...

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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Sat May 03, 2008 2:15 am

2.5.08

Small children, hotels, and TV documentaries

"Emma Loach, the director of 'Madeleine McCann: One Year On': 'The setting may sound formal, but the glorious garden vistas (meals can be served outside in the summer months) must make dinner the most alluring element of the hotel for most guests, and the sneak preview merely offers more incentive to get the kids bathed and bedded as soon as possible so we can have our turn come dinnertime." - Rectory Hotel, Cotswolds, Emma Loach review

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Re: GAZETA DIGITAL - PAULO REIS

Postby kizzy » Sat May 10, 2008 4:36 pm

3.5.08

Gerry McCann: planning for the anniversary (*)


Sunday June 3, 2007


There was talk of establishing a special Madeleine Day, to be marked by a global pop concert. Sir Elton John had been playing a DVD of Madeleine at recent concerts and it was thought that a host of big-name stars could join him from around the world.

"One of the ideas is getting all of the people who have publicly supported us to come together," said Gerry. "I don't just mean from the UK but from different parts of the world. We want a big event to raise awareness that she is still missing.

"It will be some sort of focus around an anniversary to tell people Madeleine's still missing. I think it would be later this year, once media attention has dropped, to bring it back up.

"It wouldn't be a one-year anniversary; it would be sooner than that.

"What we're doing at the minute has its role but doing that down the line in a few months won't have anything like the same impact. We might have a sporting event, something arts, something music. We've had backing from sporting people up to now.

"We have had backing from certain musical celebrities as well. We've got some other musical contacts who are happy to offer support. We're not saying it would necessarily be one big concert, it might be that on a certain day they are playing her DVD.

"What we want is maximum message out there now, about her disappearance, but then events occasionally to remind people if she's not found."

It was a measure of how professional the campaign to keep Madeleine in the spotlight had become. There was a short-term strategy, along with a longer-term strategy – and also, perhaps for the first time on the part of the parents, an acceptance that Madeleine might never be found.

Difficult as it must have been to discuss, Gerry acknowledged what was on so many minds. "Of course we believe Madeleine is still alive but you would be incredible if you hadn't considered the worst scenario, that she's dead," he said.

Worldwide support continued at the Epsom Derby where all the jockeys wore yellow ribbons to highlight the fact that Madeleine was still missing. Jockey and father of two Martin Dwyer came up with the initiative and said:

"People all over the globe are watching the Derby and we owe it to this little girl to do what we can to help."

By now, Find Madeleine had broadened into a campaign to highlight the plight of other missing children as well. To mark the 50 days since Madeleine's disappearance, plans were made to release 50 balloons in 50 countries, including Germany, France, Australia, Dubai, Canada, America and El Salvador.

"We will probably have 10 centres in the UK, like Glasgow, Liverpool, Leicester, as well as Ireland and Guernsey, where we have friends," Gerry said.

"We are going to tie it in with other missing kids. We were anxious about going to their countries and asking for help in finding Madeleine. But they have said to us: 'What you are doing is amazing and it is helping us.'"

(*) This story is no more available online. The tittle is from Gazeta Digital.

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