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Friday, March 18, 2016

From The Moment Madeleine Had Gone"

Kate cannot help but leak the truth of what happened to Maddie, every time she opens her mouth, another nugget of truth springs forth.

"From the moment Madeleine had gone, I'd turned instinctively to God and to Mary, feeling a deep need to pray, and t
o get as many other people as possible to pray, too."

It is the first 6 words that speak the truth.

"From the moment Madeleine had gone"

There we have it, Maddie is dead.

Given that the mccanns claim Maddie is an alive and findable little girl, not suffering serious harm whilst she remains missing, why then, does kate dear not say the following, more accurate phrase?

From the moment Madeleine WAS ABDUCTED.

Language such as gone or taken can be taken as either moved away, removed from OR no longer alive.
Often we hear and read phrases relating to death in the media, hospitals and hospices, obituaries and funerals.

Phrases like:

Taken too soon.
Gone from this life to sit by God.
The Dr said it was too late, she was gone.
God has taken him for his own purposes.

You get my drift.

Kate cannot, and does not say abducted or even kidnapped, it was not on her mind, she told us that which was on her mind using the process of free editing, where words are chosen from a personal dictionary of approx. 25000 words a microsecond before being spoken.

Even if kate uses the word GONE in relation to Maddie being abducted and alive, it gives the impression that it was Maddie who had made the conscious choice to go.

After Bill had, gone, the atmosphere in the room became calm again.

It is as if kate is blaming Maddie for making the decision to go.
Maddie became responsible for what happened to her.

Subtle demeaning of the victim is never a good sign, especially if it is a parent talking about their missing child.
There is noted distancing between kate and her family against Maddie. Language including subtle demeaning such as describing her as loud, having a temper, being demanding, attention and even reference to Maddie attacking a sibling.
All of this language is unexpected, language especially in relation to a missing child and a huge red flag.
The expected is to refer to the missing person in positive terms.
Even if the missing person was a complete bastard, people will always seek to find something positive to say about them, "he was kind to pets", "she always said hello" kind of words.


Kate tells us Maddie is dead, this explains why she turned to prayer.
She wasn't praying to find a live Maddie, she was prating for the soul of Maddie and to ease her own guilt.

' Please keep them all safe. It must be said that when I'd prayed for their safety I'd been thinking: please don't let them fall off something and bang their heads, or please don't let them be involved in a car accident.

It is also worth noting the 2 specifics she refers to in her above 'prayer' particularly the order.

'please don't let them fall off something and bang their heads, or please don't let them be involved in a car accident,'

Falling off something and banging their head is more important to kate than them being involved in a car accident.

This is at the forefront of kate's mind as she speaks.
What would her to rate falling off something as more important than a car accident?

Why such specifics?

Is this because kate is telling us exactly what happened to Maddie?

Previously we have heard mention from the tapas 7 of Maddie "being bumped on the head" (active action in that it was done to Maddie not a passive action of bumping her own head accidentally)
Knowing how to "revive a child"

Courtesy of rachel oldfield
1578 “Okay. Did you want to mention something about Doctors in the group”?

Reply “Yeah I was just going to say that, you know Kate and Gerry are both Doctors and you know there were three other medics in the group, erm four others actually sorry, four others, erm you know so if by any chance they’d accidentally done anything to Madeleine or she was ill or erm you know something wasn’t quite right, I mean they wouldn’t have just left her and sort of tried to cover it up as an accident or you know, they would of sort of you know, come and got Matt and Russell and Dave and Fi, erm I mean you know, not just because they are Doctors, because you know they’re parents and you’d kind of go to anyone to see who could help but if you’ve got, you know Doctors as friends who were there as well, erm you know there were kind of six people there who if Madeleine had accidentally been bumped on the head or you know whatever the theories are supposed to be, erm you know, there were plenty of people there who could of you know, tried to revive a child, erm”.
Reference to a tin of beans falling off a shelf.


Madeleine by kate mccann page 75

"Then a lady appeared on a balcony – I’m fairly certain this was about 11pm, before the police arrived – and, in a plummy voice, inquired, ‘Can someone tell me what all the noise is about?’ I explained as clearly as I was able, given the state I was in, that my little girl had been stolen from her bed, to which she casually responded, ‘Oh, I see,’ almost as if she’d just been told that a can of beans had fallen off a kitchen shelf. I remember feeling both shocked and angry at this woefully inadequate and apparently unconcerned reaction. I recollect that in our outrage, Fiona and I shouted back something rather short and to the point."
Falling crops up more than expected.

This is leakage.

What is yet to be learned is if Maddie fell and banged her head, why was she in a position to do so?
Had something been done earlier than allowed for a fall to be able to happen (sedation?)
Who was present at the fall?
Who was present when she was later found?
Was the fall due to something else happening such as a fight between kate and gerry or kate and Maddie?
What was done when Maddie was found?
What was not done when Maddie was found?
Why was action taken?
Why was action not taken?
Who made the decisions?
Who helped after the decision was made?
Why did they help?
Did anyone not help?
Why did they not help?
Was there anyone not told the truth regarding Maddie?
Why were they not told?
What steps were taken after Maddie was removed from the apartment to another place?
What steps were taken to conceal the fact Maddie was no longer alive?

Kate is repeatedly telling the world Maddie is dead, why is the world not listening?

4 comments:

  1. Brilliant expose of what happened.

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  2. Hi Tania

    Could the 'leakage' implicating 'falling off things' have perhaps been deliberate? The situation is nowhere described as 'she might have bumped her head' (i.e. her own head, herself).

    Rachael Oldfield: "...if Madeleine had accidentally been bumped on the head (passive voice) or you know whatever the theories are supposed to be, erm you know, there were plenty of people there who could of you know, tried to revive a child."

    So, if something (or someone) had accidentally bumped Madeleine on the head (active voice - not appropriate to inert things, e.g. window sills), there were those present who could have tried to revive a child (but without necessarily succeeding).

    Russell O'Brien: "You're far more likely to get clobbered by your uncle or your neighbour than some', you know, 'random stranger'.

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  3. But if a tin of beans ( or something similar ) HAD happened, why the need for a cover up? Accidents happen to children and the parents aren't necessarily guilty of negligence.

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  4. Gerry said the following

    “So if she had died when we were in the apartment or fell and hit something, why would we cover that up?

    Exactly.

    Right there he is telling us that what caused Madeleine's death was non accidental.

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