A report to follow.
PRESS RELEASE STILL GOES UNRELEASED - MCCANNS PROTECTED BY CARTER RUCK AND THEIR 'INCONVENIENT TRUTHS 'PAID FOR BY THE GULLIBLE AND IGNORANT WHO BELIEVE THEIR MONEY IS PAID TO SEARCH FOR A CHILD ! WHEN IN REALITY THEIR MONEY IS USED TO BUY SILENCE ' THE MOTHER OF ALL LIBEL LAWYERS ' ALSO LIVING FROM THE COLD BONES OF A THREE YEAR OLD !
Tony Bennett wrote:I was able to meet Pat Brown off her plane at
9.30am and we had till 1.00 to have a good exchange of information and
ideas on various aspects of the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
I was able to provide her with a detailed briefing on Phase 1 of the McCanns' private investigation, which included:
* the emergence of Brian Kennedy as both benefactor and director of the McCann Team's private investigations
the emergence of Brian Kennedy's in-house lawyer as the McCanns'
co-ordinating lawyer and Director of the 'Find Madeleine Fund'
* Brian Kennedy's purchase of a house in Knutsford as the long-term base for this investigation into Madeleine's disappearance
* Kennedy's choice of controversial Spanish detective agency Metodo 3 as their preferred organisation to search for Madeleine
Brian Kennedy's meetings with Robert Murat and his lawyer on 13
November 2007 and his meeting earlier that day with Portuguese Police at
Portimao Police Station and with boss of Metodo 3, Francisco Marco, and
his No. 1 investigator, convicted criminal Antonio Gimenez Raso
A biography of Antonio Gimenez Raso charting his decline and fall
from...Head of the Anti-Drugs and Anti-Trafficking Unit of Catalonia
Regional Police...to resigning from them at the end of 2004...to being
appointed as a Metodo 3 private investigator in 2005...to being
appointed as the leading Metodo 3 private detective investigating
Madeleine's disappearance in 2007...to meetings with Brian Kennedy in
Morocco...to meeting with strange Madeira lawyer Marcos Aragoa Correia
at the Arade Dam on 10 December 2007...to his arrest on charges of
corruption in public office and theft, together with a gang of
drug-dealers, of £25 million of cocaine from a boat in Barcelona harbour
in 2004...to his current 18-year jail sentence.
And I pointed out that after they lost the services of Antonio Gimenez Raso, they turned to the services of...Kevin Halligen!
Pat briefed me on her plans for Portugal. She was in good spirits.