Mike Gunnill has offered to help this forum with a 'little' of the truth. The more truth, the merrier, Mr Gunnill

Post  Tony Bennett on Mon Dec 20, 2010 7:51 am

Mgunnill wrote:
May be a little truth in your world would help.

I support Mike Gunnill = Michael Sangerte = Peter Tarwin = Jason Peters = Jo = peterm 100% on the above statement.

Here are some issues, just 15 to be going on with, where a little truth - heck, no, an awful lot of truth - would be more than welcome:

1. The McCanns originally claimed they found the shutters and window of the children’s room open. They ’phoned relatives that night saying: ‘An abductor broke in and took Madeleine’. But when police and the managers of the complex declared there was no sign of forced entry, they changed their story, saying they must have left the patio doors open. Is that a fact? Were the patio doorsT left open? And if the abductor walked in that way, why did he apparently exit through a small window and noisy shutters (which no-one heard?) 

2. The window had been cleaned the day before. Only Kate McCann’s fingerprints were found on the window frame. Why was that?. 

3. The McCanns gave different accounts of whether they were both with Madeleine at tea-time on the day Madeleine was reported missing - and gave three different versions of who read the children bedtime stories the night Madeleine was reported missing: (a) Kate (b) Gerry or (c) they both did. What is the truth, Mr Gunnill? 

4. Kate McCann said that their friend Dr David Payne knocked on the front door of their apartment at about 6.30pm on 3 May, but was immediately sent away without ever entering. Dr Payne, however, said he came in, saw all three children dressed ready for bed, and stayed for at least several minutes. Only one version can be true. Maybe both are lies Mr Gunnill?

5. The McCanns said the children were in their pyjamas by 6.30pm the night Madeleine disappeared, were bathed at 7.00pm and asleep by 7.30pm. But just a few weeks later, in his blog, Gerry McCann wrote: “The twins must like their new cots as they were asleep by 7.30pm which was most unusual”. Why were the kids bathed half-an-hour after being put in their pyjamas? And was it 'most unusual for the twins to be in bed by 7.30pm, or not? 

6. The McCanns claimed they were the ‘first to arrive’ at the Tapas restaurant on the evening of 3 May, but their friend Rachael Oldfield said they were ‘the last to arrive’. What is the truth, Mr Gunnill?

7. The McCanns’ friend Dr Matthew Oldfield changed his story several times about what he did that evening. He said he did one ‘check’ on the children, then said he’d done two. He also changed his story about the 2nd check, first saying he only walked by the McCanns’ apartment, but later saying he’d entered it. Moreover, Dr Kate McCann said that when Dr Oldfield went to check on the children, he said: ‘I’ll check on Maddie for you’. It seems he didn’t say: ‘I’ll check on the children for you’. What is the truth, Mr Gunnill?

8. The McCanns’ friend Jane Tanner insisted she’d seen someone carrying a child close to the McCanns’ apartment at 9.15pm the evening she was reported missing. But she changed her description of this person several times. Later, one of the McCanns’ detectives said she might have seen a woman, not a man. She claimed that when she saw this man, she walked past Gerry McCann and a friend, Jez Wilkins. But neither of them could remember seeing her. Did Jane Tanner walk past Dr McCann and Jez Wilkins? - or is that a fabrication? Did she seee a man or a woman?

9. Instead of looking for Madeleine, two friends of the McCanns tore off the cover of Madeleine’s Activity Sticker Book, writing down what they claimed was a record of the night’s events. They then wrote out a second timeline of what they said happened. In both versions, they said Jane Tanner had seen an abductor around 9.15pm. But she did not tell the McCanns what she had seen for 24 hours. Why did Jane Tanner not tell Kate? 

10. Gerry McCann on 4 May (the day after Madeleine went missing) said: “Yesterday, Madeleine and and the twins were put to bed in their respective beds at 7.30pm”. Yet when the police arrived at about 11.00pm, they found a bed where Madeleine was supposed to have slept and two cots. Moreover, in a magazine interview in January 2008, Gerry McCann said: “On one bed the twins lay sleeping. Were they put in their respective beds, or their respective cots, Mr Gunnill?

11. Gerry McCann claimed that a senior Social Services official had told him: “Your child care was well within the bounds of responsible parenting”. Who was that? He has never told uss.

12. The McCanns, when asked a simple question as to whether they had given the children Calpol or other sedatives the night Madeleine was reported missing, denied on TV ever giving their children Calpol or other sedatives. But Kate McCann’s father confirmed that they did give the children Calpol. He was telling the truth and Dr Gerald McCann wasn't. That's rght, isn't it Mr Gunnill? 

13. The McCanns said: “Madeleine does not like to be called Maddie and does not answer to Maddie”. But Gerry McCann called her ‘Maddie’ on Friends Reunited, the twins called her ‘Maddie’, and their relatives and friends called her ‘Maddie’. A long list of examples is What's the truth, mr Gunnill? Was she called 'Maddie' or 'Madeleine'?

14. The Portuguese police were told by British police: “The McCanns have no credit or ATM cards”. But their flights to Portugal and hire of a Renault Scenic in Portugal were paid with credit cards. Then Gerry McCann admitted having credit cards, saying they went missing after his wallet was stolen. He gave two different places where his wallet was stolen: Waterloo Station - or ‘near Downing Street’. Why the deception about his credit cards? Where was the wallet stolen?

15. The McCanns’ friends gave three different versions of how often they were supposedly checking the children - hourly, half-hourly and ‘every 15 minutes’. What is the truth, Mr Gunnill?


Of course, some of these questions may be answered in the McCanns' forthcoming 'very truthful' book.

But even if you can only offer us a 'little truth' to help us out, Mr Gunnill, now is your chance to provide the assitance we need.



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