Saturday, 6 March 2010

Madeleine McCann: The Case Files Reveal - Wot No Gypsies?

We can't have sightings without Gypsies, don't you scumbags know anything?

Just ask your mate Clarence Mitchell (Tory Party employee) he'll put you straight, "No sightings without gyppos." or esoterically, "No bollocks without knackers." Don't even try, if you don't understand it.

"The Case Files Reveal"

That's not all they reveal, is it " Mr Daily Star Reporter"? I'd be a bit careful if I were you, quoting the Case Files, it does rather indicate that you have actually read the the things.

It somewhat beggars the question though, selective reading, or selective publishing?

Answers on a postcard please to:

A Cave near Praia Da Luz
Lawless Territory
Sardine Land
Third World


THE case files reveal how police have been blitzed with bizarre, sick, and twisted information about Madeleine’s fate from across the globe.

The wacky reports include:

An email from the Madeira Liberation Army who claimed to be holding Madeleine and had a video showing her in good health, but couldn’t vouch for her safety unless the city of Funchal was granted independence.

A report she’d been snatched by secret service agents and was being held by “Mr Temple’’ in a safehouse in Dachau, Germany.

Claims by a Portuguese woman who had a “sixth sense’’ she had been taken by a dangerous man living nearby – really an ex-boyfriend she was trying to frame.

A Dutch voodoo priest’s claim he had a psychic vision of where Madeleine was buried. He confessed it had happened after he’d drunk two bottles of white rum.

A Romanian woman insisted her beauty queen daughter Madalina was Madeleine’s real mum who’d handed her to a Leicestershire doctor for adoption just before she died. Police discovered Madalina died before Madeleine was born but the woman claimed her death certificate was forged.

AN Australian tipster claimed Madeleine was kidnapped into slavery and held in a cellar.

An Italian psychic said Maddie had been taken to England by a woman dominated by her tattooed husband.

A Spanish psychic claimed she had a vision the missing girl had been killed by a gardener and buried in a flowerbed with three other children.

None were true. The Star

I could think of one or two more sightings that would feel quite at home with this lot, couldn't I Clarence?

That's the same Clarence by the way as the Clarence Mitchell that works for the Conservative Party.

Just thought I'd mention it, in case you hadn't heard.