“It is shameful that Mari Luz’s father has brought himself to complain,” was the reaction of Clarence Mitchell, the spokesman for the McCann couple, in response to the request from Juan Jose Cortés that the posters with the photo of his daughter beside Madeleine should not be distributed.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

#McCann LIES : #Paedophiles Wife Knows The McCanns Are Liars !


Madeleine McCann suspect Raymond Hewlett is ready to take a LIE DETECTOR test to prove his innocence in the case.

The convicted paedophile has carried out a string of vile attacks on children but denies any link to Maddie's disappearance.

But police face a race against time to establish the truth, as last night doctors were battling to keep Hewlett alive after complications following a cancer op.

The fiend, 64, was said to have suffered massive internal bleeding, with a source adding: "His condition might worsen at any time which could end his life."

As Hewlett lay critical in hospital, his German wife Mariana Schmucker, 33 - mum to their six children - challenged Maddie's parents Gerry and Kate to come to see her.

She said: "I know about my Raymond's past and it is forgotten. He is a changed man. I know he didn't take Maddie.

"He is a very sick man and has said to me he will do anything to prove he is innocent - even take a lie detector test.

"Let the parents of Madeleine come here and ask him face-toface if he had anything to do with their child going missing.

"My husband has nothing to do with little Madeleine. He's an innocent man and he'll prove it not anyone."

Mariana shares a squalid twobedroom flat - overlooking a kindergarten - with Hewlett and their children.


It is just a few miles from where the suspect now lies in University Hospital, in Aachen, Germany.

Again denying any link to Maddie's abduction by her husband, Mariana said: "These are lies all lies. I know my husband more than anyone in this world and I will tell you he has done nothing wrong.

"Those police should be looking for the real man who took that little girl and not Raymond, he's a sick man, a very sick man." Former soldier turned drifter Hewlett had been living near Praia de Luz in Portugal when Maddie vanished from her family's holiday apartment in May 2007.

By the time he was tracked to Aachen, near the Belgian border, this month he was already seriously ill with lung cancer.

But British police still want to interview him about a sexual assault on a child in West York-shire in 1975, and the murder of 11-year-old Lesley Molseed that same year.

Hewlett served 12 months for abducting a 12-year-old girl, knocking her out with paint stripper and raping her in Todmorden, West Yorkshire, in 1972.

In 1978, he was jailed for four years after holding a 14-year-old girl and putting a gun to her head.

Last night, in a new twist, a British couple who first raised suspicions about Hewlett over missing Maddie a year ago claimed police had not taken them seriously until now.

Alan Thompson, 56, and his wife Cindy, 47, from Peterborough, Cambs, had met Hewlett while on holiday in Portugal.

Cindy told The People: "We cannot talk in detail about the police inquiry, but let's just say we are hoping they take this seriously now.

"We are utterly confused about the delay. It's a worry for us and it must be worse for the McCanns.

Alan said: "I only hope it is not too late." The McCanns' spokesman Clarence Mitchell, said the family's own investigators also wanted to speak to Hewlett, and to the Thompsons.

He said: "Mr Hewlett has denied any involvement in Madeleine's abduction.

"Our investigators hope he will see sense and co-operate by giving them whatever information needed so they can eliminate him from the investigation.

"It's clear the man is ill and it is clear he has information that our investigators need."


Sunday, March 18, 2012

#McCann: Raymond Hewlett - Attempt To Frame For The Murder Of Maddie McCann


New McCann suspect: Raymond Hewlett (left) and an artist's impression of a man seen near Madeleine's apartment (right)
New McCann suspect: Raymond Hewlett (left) and an artist's impression of a man seen near Madeleine's apartment (right)


Saturday, March 17, 2012

#McCann : VICTIM : Joaquim Jose Marques - How Many Innocent Men Have The McCanns Tried To Frame For Their OWN Crime ?

Revealed: 'Madeleine photofit man was jailed for raping British girl'

Last updated at 15:34 25 January 2008

The man in the sketch of Madeleine McCann's alleged abductor has been identified as a pig farmer who raped a British tourist in the town where the three-year-old disappeared.

Joaquim Jose Marques raped his teenage victim while an accomplice targeted her friend, the Portuguese daily newspaper Diario de Noticias reported today.

Marques, who has a daughter of Madeleine's age, was sentenced to five years in jail in 1996 after being found guilty of the 1995 attack in Praia da Luz.

Just three weeks into the Madeleine investigation, which started in May last year, investigators ruled him out of any involvement in her disappearance.

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joaquim jose marques Joaquim Jose Marques is the man in the sketch released by the McCanns - he was interviewed immediately after Maddy went missing and interviewed again yesterday before being ruled out of their enquiries
His unnamed accomplice was also convicted of rape in 1995, the Portuguese paper added.
The girls, both British and aged 17 and 18, were said to have been staying with a relative at the time.

Dreadlocked Marques, nicknamed Quim Ze, was also a known gun-runner and drug trafficker, the paper claimed.

He was linked to Madeleine's disappearance earlier this week after being identified from a new sketch of a man suspected of snatching her from her family's holiday flat in May last year.

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Threatening: The pig farmer points his rifle at journalists
 him for a second time earlier this week after Kate and Gerry released an artist's sketch of the scruffy stranger seen by a British tourist in and around Praia da Luz in the days before the abduction.

Portuguese police ruled him out of the abduction but the McCanns spokesman Clarence Mitchell said they did not believe the right man had been found and said the hunt for the man in the drawing continued.

The Daily Mail yesterday tracked Mr Marques to his ramshackle farm in Pedragosa, four miles from the Algarve resort where Madeleine disappeared.

He refused to speak about the international hunt for the man shown in the posters - which have been sent to Interpol and to Portugal, Spain and North Africa.

He screamed obscenities at callers to the isolated farm and then returned brandishing an ancient-looking rifle.

Standing among his pigs and surrounded by feral dogs, Mr Marques shouted: "Leave me alone, leave me alone... look at this face, is this the face in the picture?"

Mr and Mrs McCann, both 39, believe the sketch could show the man who took their daughter from their holiday apartment in Praia da Luz.

It was drawn by an FBI trained forensic artist based on descriptions by British tourist Gail Cooper, who told police how a "creepy man" came to her villa in Praia da Luz, asking for donations for a nearby orphanage, only days before Madeleine went missing.

Still missing: Little Madeleine
Mrs Cooper, 50, of Newark, Nottinghamshire, said she saw the man three times, once when he was hanging around a children's beach outing.

Portuguese police have dismissed her sightings and the e-fit as having "no credibility" and say the McCanns are using them as a "diversion tactic".

They remain convinced Madeleine died last May 3 and that her parents were involved in her disappearance.

 Mr and Mrs McCann, of Rothley, are still official suspects in the case.

But the couple's private investigation agency Metodo 3 believe the sketch could show the abductor.

Their hotline has received dozens of calls from those who think they have seen the man in the sketch.

A police source told the Portuguese newspaper Correio da Manha the image "could apply to many, many people," and said Mr Marques was not a suspect.

He said: "Contact with the individual was not in any shape or form an interrogation. It was just an informal contact to clear up any suspicions."

Neighbours described Mr Marques as a reclusive character who had moved to the isolated farm last year to live quietly with his British-born girlfriend and their daughter, who is three or four.

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Thursday, March 15, 2012

#McCann : Victim Ken Bigley - After Being Decapitated One Fails To Imagine How The McCanns Thought Their Cases Were Alike - BUT This Was A Time When The McCanns Were Under Suspicion So I Guess Poor Old Ken Would Have To Do !

Ken Bigley's brother gives comfort to McCanns

Madeleine McCann's parents have had an emotional meeting with the brother of Ken Bigley.
Madeleine McCann's parents have had an emotional meeting with the brother of murdered Iraq hostage Ken Bigley.

Philip Bigley talked to Kate and Gerry about dealing with the trauma and uncertainty of having a missing loved one.

A friend of the McCanns said last night: "Although their experiences are different, they have both gone through the trauma of losing someone very close.

"Philip felt he could offer some advice. They found his words comforting and extremely helpful. It was an emotional meeting.

"It was good to be able to have a discussion with someone who has been through something similar.

"Gerry felt he could talk quite openly and candidly and he found the conversation comforting.

It gave both him and Kate the feeling they are not the only ones to go through an ordeal like this."

Civil engineer Ken was kidnapped with two Americans in Baghdad in September 2004.

The Bigley family endured three weeks of uncertainty as kidnappers made a series of demands.

Finally the al-Qaeda group beheaded Ken, 62, filming the execution.

Philip broke off from a holiday in the Algarve to spend an afternoon with Kate and Gerry.

He met the couple at their Praia da Luz villa at the weekend.

A source close to Philip, from Liverpool, said: "He really feels for the McCanns and what they are going through.

"He knows how much talking helps and thought he could offer some support.

 He also knows what it is like to be in the media spotlight during a difficult time."

Writing about the meeting on his internet blog, heart specialist Gerry, of Rothley, Leics, said: "He came to offer us a different type of support. He has been through an ordeal involving one of his family.

"It was good to talk about our emotions, the pressures and coping strategies that we use in an ongoing trauma, with someone who has experienced a tragic event like ours."

Shortly after his brother was murdered, Philip, 52, talked about the "agony" of not knowing what had happened to him.

He said: "We experienced three long weeks of waiting and agony. The horror of the final days will haunt us for ever."

Like Gerry, Philip lobbied politicians including the Prime Minister to do what they could to help.

Madeleine, four, was snatched from her bed in Praia da Luz on May 3.

 Investigators are still waiting for test results on specks of blood found in the McCanns' apartment.

Fresh police searches are expected to take place in and around the resort within the next 24 hours.

A number of witnesses are also going to be interviewed again.

Officers have been granted new search warrants valid until tonight.


#McCann : Isabel Duarte - The McCanns Latest Victim - Of Her Own Making I Might Add If Under Instructions Of The McCanns She Has Destroyed Gonçalo Amaral's 'The Truth Of The Lie'

Isabel Duarte, the McCanns Portuguese libel lawyer,
former defender of freedom of expression and constitutional rights