Kate and Gerry McCann: THIS WAS NOT TRUE

They said to relatives the shutters had been forced and broken
They said the curtains were wide open
They said the closed curtains had blown in the wind and the door had slammed
They said the group had been checking every 30 minutes
They said Gerry had entered through the front door using his key
They said the blood and cadaver dogs were ‘incredibly unreliable’
They said they believed Madeleine could be in Morocco
They said they had an experienced private detective company searching
They said they had a second, more experienced detective company searching
They said they had a third, yet more experienced detective company searching
They said that a detective agency had not said they would find Madeleine by Christmas
They said they had no more photos in their possession
They said the Pool Photo was taken on Thursday 3rd May
They said the Tennis balls photo was taken on Tuesday or Wednesday or Thursday
They said they had cooperated fully with the Portuguese police
They said they had answered all questions truthfully
They said they would not leave Portugal until Madeleine was found
They said they would take a Lie detector test
They said they had never lied to anyone, police, media, or anyone else
They said their reputations had been damaged by Dr Amaral’s book
They said they were not suspects
They said the shelving of the enquiry had ‘cleared’ them of suspicion
They said they needed money for the ‘search’
They said the “Fund” would not be used for legal expenses
They said the “Fund” accounts would be transparent and open
They said the “Fund” was for searching for Madeleine
They said they never called Madeleine - “Maddie”
They said they had not placed much emphasis on the coloboma
They said they believed in and supported Free Speech and “purporting theories”

Madeleine McCann case: A summary of Robert Murat’s 17 changes of story about what he did on 1, 2, 3 and 4 May - did something significant happen on Monday 30 April which required him to jet out to Portugal immediately and confer with a number of powerful and well-connected people in Praia da Luz?

I. A summary of Murat’s 17 changes of story about what he did on 1, 2, 3 and 4 May

You may by now have lost count of the number of changes in Robert Murat’s story about what he was doing between 1 and 4 May, so here’s a convenient summary of his new account of events, and how these contradicted his earlier account of events:

1. Remembers that on 1 May he tried to contact Jorge da Silva.

2. Remembers that on 2 May he didn’t leave home at 10.30am but instead had a meeting with Sergei Malinka at the Batista Supermarket.

3. He had in fact taken Michaela and Malinka back to his mother’s house in Praia da Luz for a further discussion, something he’d omitted to tell the police in the first interview.

4. He now remembered visiting his bank and paying in 287.51 euros.

5. He now remembered he’d called at the home of Francisco Pagarete, his lawyer, that morning.

Kate McCann's evolving story of the 'jemmied' window

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Kate McCann's evolving story of the 'jemmied' window

At 10pm, Kate went to check on the children. She went into the apartment, using her key and saw that the bedroom door was completely open, the window was also open, the shutters raised and the curtains open. The doors were locked except the one at the back as already noted above.
Gerry McCann, in a statement to the Policia Judiciária, May 4th, 2007

At around 10pm, the interviewee went to check on the children. She went into the apartment by the side door, which was closed. She noticed that the door to her children's bedroom was completely open, the window was also open, the shutters raised and the curtains open, while she was certain of having closed them all as she always did.
Kate McCann, in a statement to the Policia Judiciária, May 4th, 2007

Regarding the apartment: windows were closed but she doesn’t know if they were locked. Verandah window closed but not locked, curtains closed. The second window in the living room was probably closed, she did not touch it and does not know if the blinds were closed. The kitchen window was probably closed but with the blinds open as there was light in the kitchen.
The window in Madeleine’s room remained closed, but she doesn’t know if it was locked, blinds and curtains drawn. The window remained like this since the first day, night and day. She never opened it. If somebody saw the window blinds in Madeleine’s room open, it was not Kate who opened them, she never saw them open.
Kate McCann, in a statement to the Policia Judiciária, September 6th, 2007
It wasn’t until Kate walked into the villa at 10 and felt a sickening breeze—the front window had been jimmied open—that she realized something terrible had happened. “The scene was stark,” Gerry tells me. On one bed the twins lay sleeping. In the next lay only the plush cat toy Madeleine was never without. That was when Kate came out screaming, “Madeleine has gone!”
Vanity Fair, January 10, 2008

Kate McCann's book, Prosecution Exhibit 1: 'madeleine' - Discrepancies and Observations

'madeleine' – Discrepancies and Observations - always worth a re-visit

Below are some points mentioned in Kate McCann’s book “Madeleine” where she may not be 100% accurate. (Page numbers in the tables refer to the electronic version. In the text below the tables, the first page number is to the hardback version and the second is to the electronic version.)

Spot the difference: Drunken NHS doctor Roisin Hamilton faces being struck off versus Prime Suspect NHS doctors Kate and Gerry McCann who now cosy up to Royalty

Dr Roisin Hamilton from Bearsden was almost five times over the limit when she drove her car over the Jubilee Park in Armagh and now faces being struck off at a tribunal in Manchester.


But if you're a pair of NHS doctors who have concealed your daughter's corpse, staged an abduction, transported her body in a hire car to god knows where; lied under oath; refused to co-operate with an official Police investigation; generated millions of pounds in public donations through a fraudulent 'Find Madeleine' Fund which, in turn, has cost UK taxpayers £12million for a scam investigation then you get elevated to 'celebrity' status, employed as an Ambassador for Missing people' and get to shake hands with the Prime Minister and Royalty!

And here's another spot the difference:

Why is Dame Margaret Hodge MP always surrounded by paedophiles?


  • Margaret Eve Hodge, b. 8 Sept 1944 (previously Watson, previously Oppenheimer)
  • Andrew Watson (first husband)
  • Nicholas Daniel 'Nick(y)' Watson, b. 26 Jul 1971 (her son with Andrew Watson)
  • Rachel Watson (her late daughter in law who was married to Nick & died in strange incident)
  • Elizabeth Jane 'Lizzi' Watson, b. 13 Jul 1973 (her daughter with Andrew Watson)
  • Sir Henry Edgar Garfield Hodge, b. 12 Jan 1944 (second husband)
  • Amy R. A. Hodge, b. 8 Feb 1981 (her daughter with Henry Hodge)
  • Joseph Thomas 'Joe' Caluori, b. May 1980 (her son in law, married to Amy Hodge)
  • Anna Bedu, nee Hodge, b. 25 Dec 1978  (her other daughter with Henry Hodge)
  • Nicholas 'Nick(y)' Bedu (her other son in law, married to Anna Bedu)
  • Philip Martin Edmonds, b. 31 Aug 1962 (her nephew)

Margaret Hodge & Unilever

Margaret was a councillor on Islington Council from 1973-1994, serving as Deputy Leader in 1981, Leader from 1982-1992, and finally departing the Council in 1994.
Prior to overseeing the Islington Child Abuse Scandal, Margaret worked at Unilever as an economist (1966-1973). Unilever is also closely associated with the late prolific paedophile Leon Brittan and Leon’s corrupt cousin, Malcolm Rifkind. Unilever is additionally associated with Friend of Israel Anne Widdecombe, who, interestingly, worked for Unilever at around the same time as Margaret (1973-1975 in Widdecombe’s case).
At Unilever, cousins Leon Brittan and Malcolm Rifkind 'took turns' as non executive directors: serving, in the case of Brittan, from May 2004 (or 2000: sources differ) to May 2010; and in Rifkind’s case from May 2010 until April 2015.
Why did Cousin Leon pass the Unilever baton to Cousin Malcolm in May 2010? Perhaps because Cousin Leon was readying his affairs for his "premature death from cancer" a few years later (in Jan 2015): a turn of events that enabled him to evade prosecution for paedophile offences.

Theresa May and Amber Rudd suppress Westminster child abuse documents for national security reasons

Theresa May and Amber Rudd suppress Westminster child abuse documents for national security reasons

Labour MP Lisa Nandy just revealed in parliament the embarrassing inconsistencies between Prime Minister Theresa May and Home Secretary Amber Rudd over documents being hidden from the inquiry into allegations of child abuse by MP Cyril Smith.
“The Home Secretary told me that some papers would be withheld from the Cyrill Smith inquiry for national security reasons,” Nandy told the House of Commons, yet she added: “this week the Prime Minister has written to me to say we are clear that the work of the security services will not prevent information being shared with other such inquiries.”
– And she challenged Amber Rudd to confirm “for the survivors of Cyril Smith who have waited for decades” for justice – whether papers on historic allegations of child abuse against Smith will be withheld from inquiries for reasons of national security.

Logically, what can the ever mendacious Jon Clarke of the disgraced 'Olive Press' do now about the lies he's told for the past 12 years about the death of 3 year old Madeleine McCann?

Disgraced 'Olive Press' editor Jon Clarke's LIES about the disappearance/death of Madeleine McCann recorded in PeterMac's FREE e-book 'What really happened to Madeleine McCann?':
Chapter 29: Fake News
Chapter 31: Jon Clarke – Olive Press LIES and VIDEOTAPE
Chapter 32: On Lies and Conspiracies
Chapter 33: Jon Clarke Entrenched Lies 

In view of the seriousness of this issue and of the allegations, the chapters in question and some of the comments from CMoMM have been forwarded by the MMRG to the NETFLIX Producer and Director - Emma Cooper, and Chris Smith.

By PeterMac (28 May 2019)

What can Clarke now do ?    He has a few options
He could utilise the standard McCann Defence.
Sue someone – for something

Or more realistically think carefully about his options
1 Say and do nothing – and hope it will all pass over and be forgotten.
2 Continue to maintain that his story is correct and everyone else is wrong
3 Apologise, correct, explain, and beg forgiveness

Each of these has certain problems

1 Say and do nothing – and hope it will all pass over and be forgotten. This option passed a very long time ago, probably by early June 2007.  The McCanns and their money have kept it in the public eye for the past decade.  And given the level of global interest it is not simply going to pass and be forgotten.
Every time a journalist publishes or says something different from what has been said before, the interest is renewed and a tighter focus is put on the point raised.
So this option will simply exacerbate the situation, as the diffusion of the core lies and the clamour for explanation increase exponentially.

2 Continue to maintain that his story is correct and everyone else is wrong – has the unfortunate problem that there are three different, contradictory and incompatible stories, so Clarke would have to choose one of them, and discard the other two before he could adopt this posture.    He would then have to deal with those two before he could attempt this.  (Or possibly even come up with a fourth and say the previous three were false.)

3 Correct, apologise, explain, and beg forgiveness.
Correction, apology and explanation do not seem to be in the lexicon of any of the participants in this saga. The McCanns have never apologised for “leaving the children” – leading to the perhaps justified suspicion that in fact they didn’t.   For Clarke to do this would be astonishing.  He would have to admit three separate and mutually irreconcilable lies, perpetuated over a 12 year period and published in global media.   He would have to admit to the world that he had deliberately and cynically mis-led many people on significant issues concerning the disappearance and probable death of a little girl; his readers, his advertisers, and the producers at Netflix.

He might also be pushed to come clean about what actually DID happen.
To set the record straight in fact.   And that may be a step too far.   We understand that.

The ever mendacious journalist Jon Clarke, editor of the disgraced 'Olive Press' now commits a THIRD version of the same story to print

PeterMac: "It is difficult to find the appropriate vocabulary to apply to someone who will lie so relentlessly in such a tragic case."

Madeleine McCann reporter: 'I knew immediately Kate and Gerry weren't involved'

by Kristina Beanland | 28 03 2019

The first journalist at the scene reveals Maddie's parents' 'devastation'

Reporter Jon Clarke, 50, who lives near Malaga with his wife and two children, had been living in Spain for five years when he was sent to investigate Madeleine’s disappearance.

He says, “I hadn’t been to Praia da Luz for over eight years when Netflix asked me to take part in The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann documentary. It was eerie going back.

“The documentary has been accused of exploiting the McCanns’ ordeal for entertainment, but I hope it will encourage people who might know something to come forward. It’s also raised awareness of child traffickers, and I hope there’s now a more concentrated effort to stop these sick people.”

Recalling the phone call he received from a British newspaper the morning after Maddie’s disappearance, he says, “I remember thinking that, by the time I got there, she’d have turned up.

PeterMac's Free e-book: What really happened to Madeleine McCann?

Gonçalo Amaral's 'Maddie: Truth of the Lie

Richard D. Hall: 'When Madeleine Died?'

Richard D. Hall: 'When Madeleine Died?'
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