18 Dec 2007

ALSABELLA - FIRST PERSON GERRY CALLED ALISTAIR CLARK - COULD THIS BE HIM!

Big Surprise - you cannot copy and paste his web page: However here is a little extract I did manage to copy. I am sure Gerry thought immediately planning his strategy would be very important and what a handy little number to have on mobile! I think we are really onto something about the premeditation of Gerry McCann guys. Let us keep digging - fearlessly!

Viv x


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7 comments:

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alsabella said...

His baby girl went missing and rather than go searching along with the other men and women that had never even seen Madeleine, he calls this person...says alot, does it not???
Then the pros wonder why we do not believe in their innocence...

alsabella said...

And Viv...

Thanks!

a-nony-mouse said...

Hi, regarding the press, the recent Sunday Times article contained information about confidential police interviews. I would have thought it to be illegal to disclose such information if true, and where did it come from? I can't believe the arrogance of some things that are appearing in the press, or is it a symptom of desperation?

Anonymous said...

Hi Viv, Are we talking about the same Alistair Clark

From Portuguese CM

The first call of Gerry in the night of crime was for Alistair Clark, great friend of Gerry from University days and diplomat to Gordon Brown.
Clark will have unfolded itself in contact to the highest level.
Clark is today professor at Belfast University and also assessor of the English government.

Anonymous said...

Also from the Portuguese book "The guilt of the McCanns"

Minutes after the alarm was sounded for the disappearance of Maddie, Gerry used his cell phone to call Alistair Clark- that at the same instant let the future PM Gordon Brown know about everything.
The GNR and the PJ didn't know about anything yet, but in London the tragedy of the McCanns family was already known, even before the case reached the Portuguese authorities, breaking news landed in the desks of the powerful British network Sky News: a 3 year old British girl, Madeleine was abducted from a tourist resort in the Algarve. Gordon Brown talked with Gerry that night.

felicity said...

Hi Alsabella/Anon

Firstly I want to thank you Alsabella for bringing this name to light. Anon, I have no way of knowing which Alistair Clark it is but either way it demonstrates that Gerry McCann only had one thing on his mind - self preservation. He knew it was a waste of time looking for that beautiful little child.

I do not think I should say any more because that man makes me exceedingly angry!

Viv x