Monday, July 21, 2008
"From a statistical perspective, coincidences are inevitable and often less remarkable than they may appear intuitively. The odds that two people share a birthday, for example, reaches 50% with a group of just 23" - Coincidence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
1. David James Smith, in The Sunday Times (UK), 16 December 2007, (Kate and Gerry McCann: Beyond the smears) writes about the Madeleine McCann case:
"Robert Murat... had signed papers to become an official interpreter and even sat in during the witness interview of Rachael Oldfield...
"I heard that a PJ officer had been surprised to find a member of MI5 at a UK meeting about the case, and this made him suspicious that shadowy forces could be at work."
2. A "gang of British homosexual intelligence agents (MI5) ... used young boys as sex toys at a facility they called Kincora.... Others in his group are named as... Maurice Oldfield." ( Irish Republican News Bulletin Board > GANG RAPE)
3. " The Fred West murders ... paedophile parties attended by top people....
"Actor Peter Arne, the supplier of rent boys to the film and aristocratic world... shared boys with the head of MI5 Maurice Oldfield (M of the James Bond films), Noel Coward, several bishops, and an archbishop." (Illuminati News: Parapyrogenisis - A tale of black magic and ...)
4. "Someone with 'trained intelligence' was behind the abduction. Rehearsed to a fine art it seems. Not the random snatching it appears to have been made out to be. Three/four people involved with one (possibly the female) who was relatively close to the McCanns. Someone with a 'double life' unbeknown to them. Orchestrating the operations. Someone 'familiar' to MM carried her to a waiting vehicle." - PAGE 31
5. "Apparently the police have several witnesses that show that of the McCann's party, only Dr Russell O'Brien and Dr Matthew Oldfield left the dinner table that evening." - Whatever: The Mouse Trap
6. Dr Matthew Oldfield, 37, said he checked on the McCann children at 9.30pm but did not actually see Madeleine.
Rachael Oldfield , 36, was the one who told Jane Maddy had disappeared. Who are the Tapas 7?
7. Timeline: the day Madeleine McCann disappeared .
8.55pm: Matt Oldfield goes to check his own apartment. He also tells the Paynes, who are still in their apartment, that the group is waiting for them at the restaurant.
9.05pm: Gerry returns to the apartment through the unlocked patio doors to check on the children. Earlier that week, the McCanns had used a key to go in through the front door next to the children's bedroom but, worrying the noise might wake the children, they began using the patio doors, leaving them unlocked.
He enters the apartment and sees that the children's bedroom door, which they always left slightly ajar, is now open to 45 degrees. Thinking this is odd, he glances into his own bedroom to see if Madeleine has gone into her parents' bed. But he sees that all three are still fast asleep where the McCanns left them. Putting the door back to five degrees, he went to the toilet and then returned to the restaurant. This is the last time he would see his daughter.
9.08pm: Gerry sees Jeremy Wilkins, another holidaymaker at the resort, on the opposite side of the road as he walks back to the tapas bar and crosses over to talk. Wilkins and his partner are eating in their apartment since their youngest child will not settle. The two men spend several minutes talking.
9.10pm: Jane Tanner walks up the road, unnoticed by Gerry and Wilkins, although she sees them. She spots a man walking quickly across the top of the road in front of her, going away from the apartment block and heading to the outer road of the resort complex. He is carrying a sleeping girl in pink pyjamas who is hanging limply in his arms. The sighting is odd, but hardly exceptional in a holiday resort. Her daughter is fine; Tanner returns to the table.
9.30pm: Kate gets up to make next check on her children but Matthew Oldfield and Russell O'Brien are checking, too. Oldfield offers to check the McCann's children.
In the McCanns' apartment, Oldfield notices the children's bedroom door is open again, but this means little to him. He merely observes all is quiet and makes a cursory glance inside the room seeing the twins in their cot, but not directly seeing Madeleine's bed from the angle at which he stood. Afterwards, he could not say for sure if she had been there or not. Nor could he say if the window and shutter had been open.
He would later get a hard time from the police because of this. During his interviews, he was aggressively accused of taking Madeleine, coming under suspicion because he had offered to take Kate's turn.
10.00pm: Kate checks on the children. She becomes alarmed when she reaches out to the children's bedroom door and it blows shut. Inside the room, the window is open and the shutter is up. The twins are sleeping but Madeleine's bed is empty.
Shortly after 10pm: Rachael Oldfield goes to Tanner's apartment to tell her Madeleine has been taken. Tanner says: "Oh my God. I saw a man carrying a girl."
10.15pm: Oldfield goes down to the 24-hour reception at the bottom of the hill to raise the alarm. Police are called