27 Jul 2011

UK GUTTER PRESS THAT MAKE ME ASHAMED TO BE BRITISH......

The quality UK press head the fight for justice for Maddie, they just forget things like Brit cops did not want to interview him about the disappearance of Madeleine, but a historic case prior to his anticipated death.  It is not just Rebekah who has the paedo fascination it would seem.  In fact when I got this image I kind of assumed it was The Sun, how remiss of me!   I wish my mum and step dad would stop buying this, but they tell me it is just for the telly.  

Please note Ms Lazzeri's email addy, if you want to drop her a line and compliment her on this load of old tosh that Kate, Gerry and Clarence were so thrilled with (it fits their number one theory Maddie was stolen to order and this is the evidence for it, now please don't laugh), please be my guest!   Maybe you could ask her what this means, was it a made up story or a listened in story and how much dosh did Wayne get for it?  Strange thing about these people who want to "help the McCanns" they never go to the police or produce the evidence, in this case he just could not deal with and burned it, just for Maddie.  Ummm

Ms Lazzeri tells us:

Wayne did not contact The Sun about the message. We learned of its existence through a friend.

Thanks Ms Lazzeri, now we can all guess what that means! 
NewsGOT A STORY? EMAIL : TALKBACK@THE-SUN.CO.UK
EXCLUSIVE

I know who took Maddie

MADELEINE McCann suspect Raymond Hewlett confessed on his deathbed that he KNEW what happened to the little girl, The Sun can reveal.

In a letter to his estranged son Wayne, he denied having anything to do with Maddie's disappearance.
But he said he knew she had been stolen to order by a gipsy gang who kidnap children for wealthy couples unable to have kids or adopt.
Maddie
Vanished ... Maddie
Hewlett, a serial paedophile seen near the spot where Maddie was snatched in Portugal, said they had a "shopping list" of potential targets - such as a little girl with blonde hair like Maddie.
Private detectives working for Maddie's parents Kate and Gerry are "extremely interested" in Hewlett's claims.
A source close to their ongoing investigation said: "What he says fits the No1 theory, which is that she was stolen to order."
Hewlett died of throat cancer in April, aged 62, after persistently refusing to meet the McCanns' detectives.
He became a suspect because of his appalling record of rape and abduction of children.
And he was living as a nomad in Portugal with his second family when Maddie vanished from the McCanns' holiday apartment in Praia da Luz in May 2007.
Wayne Hewlett
Shocked ... son Wayne
Hewlett's letter to builder Wayne, 40, was delivered to the son by a mystery man - thought to be a solicitor or a private eye - a week after he died.
Most of it was an apology for how his vile crimes had affected his first wife Susan and Wayne.
But then he went on to write about Maddie, who was nearly four when she went missing.
Wayne, of Telford, Shropshire, said: "It was a bolt from the blue and I shook when I read it.
"He stated he didn't want to go to his grave with us thinking he had done such a horrible thing.
"He said he had had nothing to do with taking Maddie but did know who had.
"He said a very good gipsy friend he knew in Portugal had got drunk and 'let it out' that he had stolen Maddie to order as part of a gang.
"My dad said this gang had been operating for a long time and had snatched children before for couples who couldn't have children of their own.
"Maddie had been targeted. They took photos of children and sent them to the people they were acting for. And they said Yes or No.
"Dad said the man told him it was nothing to do with snatching children for a paedophile gang or for a sexual reason.
"He said there were huge sums of money involved. And he totally believed what this man was saying."
The account fits with others surrounding the Maddie mystery.
Several strange men were seen taking photos of children around the Ocean Club resort in the days before she vanished. And The Sun revealed earlier this year that a British expat thought he had seen Maddie in a white van driven by a gipsy couple the day after she was lost.
McCanns
Hope ... parents Kate and Gerry McCann
Wayne, who had no contact with Hewlett for nearly 20 years, said his father's letter seemed "very genuine".
He added: "I don't know if this is what happened to Maddie or not, but it does make sense. I can't believe he'd go to those lengths to make up some elaborate lie when he was so weak and ill."
Wayne said he considered going to Kate and Gerry with the letter but was worried it could cause them more heartache if it gave them false hope. He added: "I actually burned it because it unnerved me so much.
"To have a letter from someone you hated for so long was just mind-blowing. I couldn't deal with it."
Wayne did not contact The Sun about the message. We learned of its existence through a friend.
But now he intends to sit down with the Maddie detectives to tell them everything he knows.
The McCanns' spokesman Clarence Mitchell said last night: "We are extremely grateful to Wayne for coming forward with this information and the detective team will be interviewing him as a matter of priority."


Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/3119744/Paedophile-knew-who-took-Maddie.html#ixzz1TGbpaRoI

6 comments:

viv said...

Mr Mitchell was initially seconded from the Cabinet Office to assist the McCanns, but he said his re-employment, after an approach supported by the couple's legal team and financial backers, meant that continuing to work for the Civil Service was "untenable" and so he had resigned

(The Independent, Sept 07)

Why would a couple accused of murdering their child have "financial backers"? And why would Kate and Gerry need their "support" in any moves they decide to make?

We already know that Brian Kennedy was behind the scenes choosing and paying private investigators. I think Ruper Murdoch was another major financial backer and the only reason he hacked them was because his newspapers had been losing millions, causing him to consider charging for viewings - The Times. This man can smell a couple from a million miles away who can make his an awful lot of money. I think that when he saw the slick performances of the McCanns in PDL he thought, hello, I like these two. They may well be involved in the disappearance of their daughter but they obviously like money and I can buy them and get all the scoops for an ever lasting replacement for Princess Di and all the money I made out of her, including long after she was dead.

What normal person would agree to the serialisation of sex in The Sun as Kate McCann did and why would they do that? Because Murdoch owns them? I think he does, but Murdoch is falling and so are the McCanns. London Met have no less than three ongoing investigations bringing this all tumbling down, and they will!

viv said...

Freudian slip, backed them, not hacked them, lol!

viv said...

But he probably hacked them as well. We know the McCanns were also using pay as you go mobiles(and their friends, weird behaviour in itself) but that does not seem to have stopped the Portuguese and British Police tracking/pinging them, so, presumably, they also used their regular mobiles??

Why were the McCanns employing a very expensive firm, Control Risks Group within just a few weeks? They are not private investigators and they are normally employed by large corporations and governments to assist in the management of major incidents/ risk to reputation etc. Who, in the corporate world was advising them to use this firm and funding it?

viv said...

It is strange that the newspaper that Clarence Mitchell publically let slip he really cannot stand, Daily Express & Co are the same ones the McCanns decided to really extract the cash from.

I am sure the newspaper business is a really cut throat world with scores to settle. I also have a vague recollection of a Daily Express reporter stating in a radio interview he knew the McCanns were involved in the disappearance of Madeleine. How dare he!

viv said...

Worth looking back, Gerry and his dream team back in September 2007, amazing, some might say he could not have achieved all of this without getting into bed with the media, I think they would be right, it is the road to riches which can also pay for that all important self preservation. Was Angus McBride briefing against the dogs because they had found some evidence of Maddie being dead in there or to ramp the story up ? If you had killed your daughter in the apartment and the dogs proved that would you act as Gerry obviously did? Ah but they have nothing else and I did a good cleanup, perhaps.

The campaign's key figures

Gerry McCann

Mr McCann has assiduously nurtured contacts among national newspaper editors to counteract the stories emanating from Portugal. He is believed to have telephoned the News of the World's editor, Colin Myler, shortly before he was declared an arguido (suspect), to tell his side of the story, and it was a direct call by Mr McCann to Rebekah Wade last week that resulted in a Sun splash and inside headline: 'There's no proof.' By contrast, the day before the paper ran with the headline: 'Guilty or Innocent?'

Clarence Mitchell

The McCanns' communication operation was at its best when the former BBC News presenter was seconded for a month to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to replace the former Daily Mirror journalist and long-serving government spokeswoman Sheree Dodd in May. His decision to resign on Monday as head of the Government's media monitoring unit and return to the fray, replacing Justine McGuinness, has already helped the McCanns begin their fightback against innuendos in the Portuguese press. Calm and erudite, it was Mr Mitchell who briefed on Sunday that US case law might help shoot down 'evidence' that sniffer dogs had 'smelled death' in the McCanns' apartment.

John McCann

Gerry McCann's brother, a pharmaceutical sales rep, is a director and trustee of the Find Madeleine Appeal Fund, but has also been the family's calm, public face, who toured television studios on Saturday to reassert his brother and sister-in-law's innocence. His sister, Philomena, has had a higher profile, visiting the Scottish Parliament to discuss the case and speaking live to rolling news channels, but the family values John McCann's less emotional output.

Angus McBride

He, rather than his colleague Michael Caplan QC, seems to be taking a leading role in the case at Kingsley Napley, the London law firm recently appointed by the McCanns. Mr McBride toured many national newspaper offices with Justine McGuinness last week and, though he has not made any public statements, he is believed to have been behind the challenge to the sniffer dog 'evidence'. He defended the actor Chris Langham, who was recently sentenced for child pornography offences.

Carlos Pinto de Abreu

The McCanns' Portuguese lawyer is based in London and, after a brilliant academic career, is one of Portugal's most celebrated legal men, with a direct line to the country's Attorney General by virtue of their work together on human rights issues. Mr De Abreu's services have been put at £200 an hour but he is a vital source of clarity, explaining publicly last week that the McCanns' initial belief that they were offered a plea bargain was flawed.

viv said...

Gerry's calls to Myler and Wade, this is worth repeating just one more time! Now Gerry's mates at the media are in disgrace, how must he be feeling? He certainly knew the dodgy ones to call, who gave him that insider information, I wonder? Mr Mitchell is certainly going to need all of his manipulative powers to get himself out of this one.

Gerry McCann

Mr McCann has assiduously nurtured contacts among national newspaper editors to counteract the stories emanating from Portugal. He is believed to have telephoned the News of the World's editor, Colin Myler, shortly before he was declared an arguido (suspect), to tell his side of the story, and it was a direct call by Mr McCann to Rebekah Wade last week that resulted in a Sun splash and inside headline: 'There's no proof.' By contrast, the day before the paper ran with the headline: 'Guilty or Innocent?'