Monday, June 20, 2011

The Stolen Wallet that was not stolen at all.

With the McCanns one must live in the land of ' speech reversal'' if they say something happened you must assume it did not. Madeleine was abducted, no she was not. The shutter was jemmied and smashed , no it was not, the apartment was broken into, no it was not.

The stolen wallet is a lovely little story, pure fiction of course. Thieves do not return wallets containing money thats why they steal them in the first place, 30 Euro to be precise, currency that may be changed in any bank.

Images of Madeleine, one taken in a church recently hmmm would that be the church in PDL, the one McCann claimed he did not know where it was because it was right next door to Chaplins ? ... or was it to push the 'devout catholic' hoax? the image has certainly not been shown to the gullible public, ... 

The McCanns are deeply religious, no they are not. 

McCann, for some reason needed to cancel his credit cards and what better way than claiming your wallet has been stolen. To add to his kindness before this evil deed took place,  McCann  saved a mans life while on his flight to England. Saving lives and picking up drunks splayed out in the middle of the road  in PDL, escorting them back to their apartments, what a nice couple they are....or each and every explanation a devious alibi for their furtive movements ?

Gerry McCanns wallet was stolen, no it was not .

Day 48: 'Return Stolen Madeleine Pics'

Madeleine McCann's father has appealed to the thief who stole his wallet to give back two pictures of his missing daughter he kept inside.

The wallet was snatched on a rare return trip to the UK - after he acted as a good Samaritan on the flight over.
One picture shows Madeleine - abducted on May 3 - at 15-months-old while the second was taken in church more recently.

Gerry McCann had flown into London for a series of meetings to discuss ways of sustaining the search for the four-year-old.

On the way in from Portugal a man who fell ill on the plane and Mr McCann, a cardiologist, went to help him.

In his daily blog on the Find Madeleine website, he said: "Helped a passenger on the flight who collapsed.

"He was ill enough to require a full assessment on arrival and went off to hospital in an ambulance."

But while in London, he had his wallet stolen and nearly missed his meetings.

"Unfortunately, shortly after arriving in London I had my wallet stolen which meant I was running late. I did manage to get to all my meetings which ran late into the evening," he said.

"We had very good discussions regarding sustaining the search for Madeleine long term."