Sunday, October 14, 2007

The McCanns: Old Chums and footprints in time

Scotland on Sunday reports that "British police are set to begin exhaustive interviews with anyone who may have come into contact with Gerry and Kate McCann since their schooldays as their Portuguese colleagues await the findings of crucial forensic tests."

"The results of checks on hair and bodily fluid samples found in the family's hire car are expected to be revealed as early as tomorrow and will be vital in deciding which direction the inquiry takes next."

"If they do appear to link the McCanns to the disappearance of their daughter, Madeleine, then hundreds of people can expect to be quizzed by detectives across the UK."

May I make a suggestion? After all, the McCanns are forever telling us that they will leave no stone unturned in their attempt to find out the truth about what happened to Madeleine - and there still a small number of people who actually believe it.

Perhaps you should also question those who may have come into contact with another member of the Tapas Nine - going back to around the early to mid 90s.


To save me making another post and getting my nice tidy blog all messed up, may I ask you a question Clarence? Don't worry, if the question is too hard you are allowed to phone a friend. Perhaps you could ask Gerry for Brown's telephone number, after all he was happy to help before.

The Daily Mail reports that "a bloody footprint was found in Kate and Gerry McCann's apartment, matching a print on their hire car, according to a forensic report shown to The Mail on Sunday".

The article adds,"The existence of the two marks, which has never been revealed until today, is apparently at the heart of renewed suspicion that the couple were involved in their daughter's disappearance." Clarence, may I ask why you stated, "We simply cannot comment on unsubstantiated reports that touch on any evidence at the centre of this inquiry".

You have consistently commented on evidence at the centre of this inquiry - usually dismissing such evidence as "ludicrous".

Would I be right in saying that you use the laws of secrecy to suit the McCanns agenda? Because that is what it looks like to me - and also to the majority of people who are not as stupid as the British media have always liked to believe.

Oops, that was two questions - sorry to confuse you Clarence, have a lie down and a nice cup of tea and give your brain a rest - after all, like Kate, it is only used to working part-time.

Mind you, I do wonder why I bother asking questions as you never seem to answer those you don't like - which is another thing you and Kate have in common.

Leaving no stone unturned - as long as you don't find the grubs of Team McCann crawling beneath it.