Strange behaviours…


“CARTER RUCK, you behave like NAZIS. You’re only short of concentration camps to throw your victims in! I hope that Mr Bennett reduces you to cinders next court. I hope that he DENOUNCES and SHOWS UP the LIES your darling clients have ridiculed YOU with. Do you realise that the WHOLE Planet will now know that you represent lying hypocrites?
And what do you call this? I call this being the DEVIL’S ADVOCATE, Sir!
also see: on BOOKS BANNING AND BURNING – Also Google – The Inquisition – The Middle Ages – Islam – Autodafé – Hitler – FASCISM
Here! Why don’t you ban THAT?!:

…which was supposedly, according to your (FEMALE) client, done by “Madeleine” herself, by “raiding mummy’s dressing table”…. see original press-statements… whereas in her BOOK your client STATES a completely different story!!!! She said that a PRIVATE BEAUTICIAN painted Maddy’s face at home!!!
(And if you do your search you will see that there are LOTS of ENORMOUS LIES!)
By the way, it looks like your clients have ALSO lied about the location + IMO the AGE of that child… What? THREE YEAR OLD, THIS?!) – because Trip Advisor shows this one in the ALGARVE, take a look:
…and see what the background is on the first photo (of this child with the DIRTY*, HEAVY make-up on!)
* MARKS are apparent, an old tear is also, she is sitting on a blue chair… tilting her head NOT looking happy. NOTE this photo was edited to ADD lightness – see photo above from the press for more accuracy… Where and when was this?)”
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MADELEINE McCANN The 1,100,000,000 people who can buy, read and discuss ‘The Truth About A Lie’ – and the ‘free speech’ nation which cannot

MADELEINE McCANN The 1,100,000,000 people who can buy, read and discuss ‘The Truth About A Lie’ – and the ‘free speech’ nation which cannot.

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Maddy case “extra review” costs the Tax Payers MILLIONS!

Hi All. Like many of you I have followed this granted extra “Review” of the Madeleine McCann case by New Scotland Yard since day one and I TRULY WONDER how this second “investigation” can possibly have already cost £ 800,000! – or as the article below states, is ‘set to’ reach about £2 Millions by the end of 2012 or so. When this ‘review’ started, it was supposed to cost £ 3.5 millions altogether, but nearly one year has passed and, astonishly despite so many elements to pick and choose from, doesn’t it seem that very little has been achieved? No new track has been mentioned – even if nobody expects NSY to give details, surely if they were on something they would have simply mentioned it, I presume- and all it’s been so far is a few visits to Portugal – and one to Spain to collect boxes of “documents” from Metodo 3 – something that surely could have been arranged by European courrier, as a friend of the blog has cleverly observed.

30 Officers… Wow this makes a lot of staff for one case review, doesn’t it? Even I’d say, too many. Surely the best 10 of them would suffice – and I am sure they don’t always need to travel all at once. 30 officers… this implies coordinators and even sub-coordinators… In terms of education it’s like a classroom of 30 to manage… Are these all really needed?! I frankly doubt it. Even though it was the case, well, think about it: these 30 officers, don’t they permanently work for the NSY? I guess so! It’s evident to me, these 30 ones have NOT been recruited specially to work on the McCann case! They simply work THERE anyway. They must be on a permanent job, for I really can’t see a high place like Scotland Yard hiring temps with salary negotiable upon experience! LOL.

So logically, working on this case or another anyway SHOULD cost the British government the SAME amount as any other investigation- and be included in the general budget- and does this standard procedure always cost about 2 MILLIONS per 18 months? Ah ah ah, I really don’t think so. NSY seems, imt [= in my thoughts], to have seen the ££$$ rolling in from far away and TAILORED their rates according to the case – it’s ‘mccanns’, hence it must need ‘special attention’…/ the way I see it anyway! Fooke. McCann seems to always equal BIG MONEY. And it’s rather strange, isn’t it? Why?

Where can we see a break down in financial accounts for TWO MILLIONS POUNDS STERLING? And how is the rest of the money planned to get spent? I would really love to know!

“Met bill for Maddy soars to £2million

Justin Davenport, Crime EditorJustin Davenport, Crime Editor

The cost of the Met’s review of the Madeleine McCann investigation is set to reach nearly £2 million a year after it was launched, the Evening Standard reveals today.

The bill for 30 detectives, translation and travel expenses has soared since David Cameron called in Scotland Yard last May.

Detectives from the homicide squad were asked to examine the case of the missing three-year-old after the Prime Minister acted on the request of Madeleine’s parents. A spokesman for Kate and Gerry McCann said: “They have always been very appreciative of the time and resources that the British police and Home Office have committed to the search for Madeleine and they are grateful that the review is ongoing.”

Met detectives have made at least four trips to Portugal and Spain to meet police and private investigators who were engaged in the original investigation.

When the review was announced it sparked controversy over the use of public funds. Labour peer Lord Harris has said the case raises “very big questions”, adding: “There is clearly an issue about the resources being used.”

The cost is disclosed in a document to the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime. Sources say the Met has already sent the Home Office a bill for £800,000 but the figure is expected to reach £1.9 million by the end of the financial year next month.

The bill includes the costs of the detectives’ salaries, translation and interpretation fees and travel expenses. Madeleine disappeared from her parents’ holiday apartment in Praia da Luz on the Algarve in Portugal on May 3 2007.

She vanished days before her fourth birthday as her parents dined with friends yards away. Since then there have been hundreds of “sightings” of Madeleine around the world but none confirmed.

The official police inquiry into her disappearance was shelved in July 2008 but private detectives employed by the McCanns continued the search.

Scotland Yard says the trips to Portugal, and now Spain, are part of “laying the groundwork” for future co-operation between the police forces. Officers are examining all the evidence connected to the case, including material gathered by private investigators.

Detectives have spent months reading a huge file of case material that had to be translated from Portuguese to English at a considerable cost. In December detectives met Spanish colleagues in Barcelona to check on reports that the toddler had been abducted and smuggled across the border

Private investigators in Spain also handed the Met police team 30 boxes of evidence which they claimed contained up to eight “important new leads”.

However, sources say the inquiry could take years to complete and they have played down hopes of a major breakthrough in the review so far.

The cost of the inquiry compares with the £80 million spent on the policing operations to tackle and investigate the summer riots.”

Note.  About the final remark, I really wonder what the McCann case has to do with summer riots! Is it even normal that the tax payers in Britain should pay anything at all after the investigation was already done? The case is “CLOSED”, only a trial could re open it – so why waste more money on it, when the McCanns and cohort SHOULD be tried?!

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So what is the FUND for exactly? Kate’s uncle Brian Kennedy (not the big businessman benefactor) said it’s “probably, mainly for legal expenditure.” Had many people read this before? I think it needs sharing…

“Fund Objectives

The full objects of the Fund are:

  • To secure the safe return to her family of Madeleine McCann who was abducted in Praia da Luz, Portugal on Thursday 3rd May 2007;
  • To procure that Madeleine’s abduction is thoroughly investigated and that her abductors, as well as those who played or play any part in assisting them, are identified and brought to justice; and
  • To provide support, including financial assistance, to Madeleine’s family.


Full details that are on the official Find Madeleine website, linked hereabove:


Madeleine’s Fund

About the Fund

Madeleine’s Fund – ‘Leaving No Stone Unturned’ is a not-for-profit company which has been established to find Madeleine McCann, support her family and bring her abductors to justice. The Fund is following best practice governance procedures as set out in the Good Governance Code for the Voluntary and Community Sector. The directors of the company are  Brian Kennedy,  Michael Linnett, Edward Smethurst,  Jon Corner, Kate McCann & Gerry McCann. They have appropriate legal, business and charitable experience. An experienced Fund Administrator has been appointed to ensure the highest standards of transparency and accountability. This should enable the Directors to maintain an appropriate governance distance in the day-to-day operations of the Fund.

Fund Objectives

The full objects of the Fund are:

  • To secure the safe return to her family of Madeleine McCann who was abducted in Praia da Luz, Portugal on Thursday 3rd May 2007;
  • To procure that Madeleine’s abduction is thoroughly investigated and that her abductors, as well as those who played or play any part in assisting them, are identified and brought to justice; and
  • To provide support, including financial assistance, to Madeleine’s family.

If the above objects are fulfilled then the objects of the Foundation shall be to pursue such purposes in similar cases arising in the United Kingdom, Portugal or elsewhere.

Fund Raising

We thank you for your interest in fund raising to support Madeleine’s fund. Many donations have resulted from a variety of fund raising events. These have included Car Boot sales, jumble sales, school cake sales, race nights, sponsored runs & cycle events, ‘dress down’ days, auctions & ‘cheese & wine’ nights.

These events have further highlighted Madeleine’s plight as well as bringing many people together to have fun whilst working towards one common goal.

We would be grateful if you are considering fund raising that you do not refer to Madeleine’s fund as a registered charity as it is not. If you are embarking on a type fund raising which may carry an element of risk you may wish to consider your position regarding insurance cover. If you require further information please refer to:


(1) Who are the main contributors to the fund?

Many members of the general public from across the world have kindly donated to Madeleine’s Fund, either by personal donation or fund raising events. In addition to this, over £1 million pounds in libel damages and compensation awarded to Kate and Gerry McCann and their friends has been paid into Madeleine’s Fund.

(2) What are the registered details of Madeleine’s Fund?

Madeleine’s Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned Limited is a company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales, CRN 6248215. Registered office: 2-6 Cannon Street, London EC4M 6YH.

(3) Why is Madeleine’s Fund not registered as a charity?

Because Madeleine’s Fund is currently focussed on searching for one child only, Madeleine McCann it cannot register as a charity. However in the future, if the objects of the fund are fulfilled and subsequently changed to concentrate on multiple similar cases, it may then be possible to acquire charitable status.

(4) Can gift aid or tax relief be claimed on my donation to Madeleine’s Fund?

No it cannot because these are only available to registered charities.

(5) If Madeleine’s Fund isn’t a charity who is regulating it?

The directors regulate Madeleine’s Fund and they aspire to follow best practice policies and processes used by charities. The directors have reviewed its operation against “Good Governance: A Code for the Voluntary and Community Sector”. This sets out best practice requirements for charities.


The Fund also has:

  • a Financial Procedures Manual
  • job descriptions for directors, chair and treasurer
  • clearly laid out policies and processes for:
  • payments
  • expense claims
  • risk management
  • whistle blowing
  • registering conflicts of interest
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Kate’s argument for the cadaver odour is void.

Remember what Kate Healy apparently said to the Press to refute the cadaver odour which was detected by police sniffer dogs on HER OWN CLOTHES in the summer 2007?

According to The Sun, Kate stated that due to her work, she had been in contact with several dead bodies as a locum doctor, hence the smell of death all around these places – and her OWN clothes. See link below…

“The dogs also sniffed items of clothing — and the film shows Eddie again  picking up a scent on some of Kate’s.

The family GP [= Kate] has insisted she came into contact with at least SIX  dead  bodies before going on holiday with her husband and three children.”

Read more:

However, now I am wondering, how could she come up with such pretense while being highly trained in biology and medicine, had she said this herself? Surely she should have checked a thing or two before she made her assertion. How RIDICULOUS this sounds, for anyone who searches a little bit in Forensics Science, and finds that she would have had to stay in contact with these CORPSES for 90 MINUTES for the odour to impregnate her clothes so strongly that it could be detected by a trained E.V.R.D. (CADAVER) dog!!!!!

( Beside, it seems that in her book there is no mention of this,  no more than of the odour on her clothes -fact that is yet a crucial element in the case. It gets me to wonder, why mention this to The Sun, but not in the book “madeleine”[sic], and why not even a paragraph on this cadaver odour? In her book “madeleine”, Kate gave me the impression that she was pretty much relieved after Gerry, her husband, pondered like a hard, final, conclusive decision that all the dogs’ findings were ‘worth nothing’ as it’s “no exact science”. She as well as him NEVER questioned these facts in the way that it could be linked to their daughter’s fate, why was this? Anger and immediate ‘pondering’ rushed to replace, as it seems to me, any question in their mind. It CAN’T be cadaver odour, the dogs LIE, they’re garbage and beside, LOL, they had never been in Portugal before! I truly laughed at reading this part.

Here is Yan’s demonstration:

“Some thoughts also on the tests done which indicate that it takes 90 minutes  for contamination to occur.

The tests are based on exposure times alone, i.e. the length of time a piece of material was exposed to a body / cadaver.

The cloth exposed for a 90 min period resulted in the most detection.

The suggestion is when a body is decomposing it take 90 minutes before contaminating anything.

In fact this test totally contradicts the knowledge that contamination is instant. What it does in effect is suggest that something has to have been in contact with a body / cadaver for 90 mins before becoming contaminated enough for the dogs to accurately detect anything.

ie – If you look at the suggestion that KM as part of her work came into contact with dead bodies, this would mean she would have needed to spend 90 minutes in very close proximity to one before becoming contaminated.

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Kate REVEALED the 9pm time for the 3rd May night!

Hi All. When we think back in time about the Madeleine McCann news story in May 2007, we all remember the most important time that her parents and their friends gave us via the media (and the police): 10 pm, 22:00, 22h.

10 pm is the time when mother Kate Healy finally made her own “turn of checking”… 10 pm is the time when she “found out” how Maddy was missing… 10 pm is the time when she decided to leave her other children in their COTS to run out and alert her husband and everyone else she knew.

To be precise , I think she said it took her 5 or 10? minutes to realise that Madeleine was missing, and to thoroughly check everywhere in the 5a flat… Here is not my point anyway. In FACT when you do pay attention to Kate’s words, she has meant 9 pm not 10!:

An Intriguing Revelation


  •  to social worker Yvonne Martin: at 10 am on the 4th May 2007, Kate told Yvonne that Maddy was missing for 13 hours. Equals 9pm.
  •  on RTE tv channel, The Late Late Show, May 2011, Kate said that when the PJ arrived to the 5a apartment, Maddy had been missing for 4 hours. On her book she states that they arrived at 1 am on the 4th May. This brings the alleged MISSING event to 9pm, NOT 10 pm – once again.

She said TWICE that her daughter went “missing” at 9 pm on the 3rd May…  so WHAT exactly HAPPENED at 9 o’clock at night, 21h? Gerry stated that he went checking on their own children at exactly 9:05 pm, that everything was fine…

“Gerry paused over Madeleine, who – a typical doctor’s observation, this – was lying almost in “the recovery position” with Cuddle Cat, the toy her godfather, John Corner, had bought her, and her comfort blanket up near her head, and Gerry thought how gorgeous, how lovely-looking she was and how lucky he was.” – David James Smith, Timesonline 16 December 2007


The presenter asked Gerry in the end “Is she still alive Gerry?”

The father’s exact words on police statement

“Yesterday, after the daily routine, MADELEINE and the twins were put to bed in their respective beds, and he stresses put to bed, at 7.30 pm. The deponent and his wife remained in the apartment to relax and drink a glass of wine until 8.30 pm. After checking the children, the deponent and his wife and the adults went to the “Tapas” restaurant, around 50 metres away, where they had dinner together. As usual, every half hour and considering that the restaurant was close to the apartment, the deponent or his wife went to check if the children were ok. Thus, at 9.05 pm, the deponent entered the club, using his key, the door being locked, and went to the children’s bedroom and noted that the twins and Madeleine were in perfect condition. He then went to the toilet, where he remained for a few instants, left the apartment, and then crossed ways with someone with whom he had played tennis, who had a baby buggy, also a British citizen, with whom he had a brief conversation. He then returned to the restaurant. At around 9.30 pm, his friend MATT (a member of the group) went to his apartment where his own children were, and on his way he went into the deponent’s apartment, going in through a sliding glass door at the side of the building, which was always unlocked. He went into the room, saw the twins and didn’t even notice if Madeleine was there, as everything was quiet, the shutters closed and the bedroom door half-open as usual. Then MATT went back to the restaurant.”

Witness statement of Gerald Patrick McCann, on the 4th of May 2007, at 11.15 a.m.

Processos Vol I, pages 34 – 41; Location: CID Portimão

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Hearing – McCanns Vs. Bennett


(and please note, my thanks to Sharon and also to a dear Friend who has forwarded this update tonight. May Justice be ever found for Madeleine. Good luck Tony.)

-also see: )

From Sharon L:
” Tony has asked me to post this brief resume of today’s Case Management hearing.


The hearing was only ever about getting the matter ready for trial.

The hearing lasted around 1 hour and 50 minutes. The McCanns were represented by Jacob Dean (barrister), Adam Tudor, Isabel Hudson and two assistants.

Carter-Ruck had proposed a timetable for serving and filing evidence ahead of the trial and proposed that the trial would last for 1-2 days, to be held as soon as practicable on or after 10 April.

I made a number of applications at the hearing, which out of courtesy I notified to Carter-Ruck by hand on 2 February.

My application to have a ‘McKenzie friend’ [lay helper] with me at the hearing was granted by consent, and I thank my friend who acted as my McKenzie helper today.

I made an outline application to be allowed to apply for one part of the original undertaking I gave to be rescinded. This was granted. I have until 22 February to submit that application. That involves paying a Court fee of £80.00 and submitting detailed reasons for that application. At this point I will say that I do not propose to seek to rescind any of the following undertakings, all of which I have abided by except for the sale of one book to Mr Michael Gunnill (see below):

• To deliver up all hard copies of “What really happened to Madeleine McCann? 60 key reasons which suggest that she was not abducted” (known in short as ‘60 Reasons’) to Carter-Ruck
• To deliver up all hard copies of the leaflet entitled “What really happened to Madeleine McCann? 10 key reasons which suggest that she was not abducted
• To destroy any electronic version of ‘What really happened to Madeleine McCann? 60 key reasons which suggest that she was not abducted”.
• To destroy any electronic version of the leaflet entitled “What really happened to Madeleine McCann? 10 key reasons which suggest that she was not abducted
• To close our website, whose domain name was:‘
• To use my best endeavours to delete or otherwise prevent access to any and all defamatory allegations about the Claimants published by him on the website
• To use my best endeavours to delete or otherwise prevent access to any and all defamatory allegations about the Claimants published by him on the website
• To use my best endeavours to delete or otherwise prevent access to any and all defamatory allegations about the Claimants published by him on the website
• To use my best endeavours to delete or otherwise prevent access to any and all defamatory allegations about the Claimants published by him on the website
• To pay £440.00 towards the Defendant’s costs [subsequently reduced to £400.00.]

I applied for an Order that ‘the Claimants [the McCanns] do specify which words they allege constitute alleged breaches of my undertaking’. This was because of what I claimed was a lack of clarity in the McCanns’ application. The Practice Rules are very specific in requiring that in a contempt of court allegation, the Claimants must be precise and full in explaining to the Defendant precisely why he is alleged to be in breach of an undertaking to such an extent that he deserves to be sent to prison.

I had also asked for more time to prepare my defence. The Judge was concerned about the volume of paperwork I was faced with [153 alleged breaches of the undertaking] and said that ‘there is considerable force in Mr Bennett’s request for more time to prepare his defence’.

This was resolved as follows. The Judge invited Jacob Dean [the McCanns’ barrister] to take a 5-minute adjournment to consider whether he wished to reduce his 153 alleged breaches to, say, ‘the 10 most serious breaches’. He said that if the McCanns could prove those breaches, it was unnecessary to prove the other 143. After 15 minutes, the McCanns’ legal team came back into Court and said that they would submit a new application based on ‘around 25’ of the most serious breaches. The trial will then be confined effectively to an examination of just those 25 alleged breaches. The Judge gave them until 4pm on Friday 17 February to serve this new application on me. He also suggested to Mr Dean that Carter-Ruck needed to be much more precise than they had been about the words I used that were said to be in breach of the undertaking and which term of any undertaking they were alleged to breach.

The Judge granted me until 9 March to reply to the McCanns’ revised application [the McCanns had originally asked for my response by 22 February.

The McCanns will then have the right to reply to my response. They will have to serve this on me by 5 April.
I applied for an Order that Michael Gunnill be produced as a witness and was able to inform the Judge in outline of how Mr Gunnill had obtained a ’60 Reasons’ book from me by entrapment, and how Mr Gunnill had boasted about doing this ‘on behalf of a third party’ which I believed to be the McCanns, via Carter-Ruck. I was granted permission to apply for a Witness Order against Mr Gunnill requiring to attend the trial and give evidence. I shall be doing that shortly.
I had applied for an Order that one of the McCanns make a Witness Statement to (a) state what evidence there is that Madeleine McCann was abducted and (b) to state what evidence there was, as claimed in Isabel Hudson’s Affidavit, that any of my actions had, as the McCanns claimed, ‘harmed the search for Madeleine’. These applications were refused. The Judge said that it was for the Claimants to give whatever evidence they felt was necessary to support their application to commit me to prison and that if I felt there was insufficient evidence that an abduction had occurred I would have the right to make submissions about this in my closing speech at the trial.

I applied for the McCanns to produce certified English translations of the two judgments against them in the Portuguese Court of Appeal (October 2010) and Portuguese Supreme Court (March 2011). The Judge refused, after asking the McCanns’ barrister if Dr Amaral’s book was now freely available in Portugal, to which of course he agreed. He said that if I considered these relevant, I should produce these myself. One of my supporters at the hearing kindly volunteered afterwards to see if she could obtain these for me.

The trial is scheduled for 2 days, any time on or after 17 April 2012.

In conclusion, I would like to thank each and every one of the eight people who kindly troubled to attend court to support me, and it was a pleasure to buy them all lunch at the Dulcis Cafe afterwards. ”


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