Anorak News | Madeleine McCann: A Paedo, A Blue Bag And The Orphans

Madeleine McCann: A Paedo, A Blue Bag And The Orphans

by | 24th, December 2007

mccann-family.jpgMADDYWATCH – Anorak’s at-a-glance guide to press coverage of Madeleine McCann.

DAILY MIRROR: “We want Madeleine’s toys to go to the little boys and girls who need them most – EXCLUSIVE: McCANNS HELP ORPHANS”

Kate and Gerry McCann have sent cuddly toys left for Madeleine at the now removed shrine in Leicestershire to orphans so they “give a little festive cheer to children who have nothing”

A friend says: “They were so touched with all the gifts they received for Madeleine and wanted to pass them on to other little boys and girls who need them more. Christmas will be heartbreaking for them this year. But at least they know the gifts have gone to a good home”

Happy days. And the toys “all have a label with Madeleine’s picture”. Which should give the little uns happy dreams. “Tell us about the little girl, Miss…”

TONY Parsons: “There is somthing in the story of Madeleine McCann that has touched the heart of the world, and yet the world has let the little girl down”. Shame on you. The Parsons Knows

“Depsite all the gluttony and materialism, the story of Christmas remains the story of a child and innocence somehow surviving  in a wicked world. Jesus will survive the murderous wrath of Herod, Scrooge will find pity in his heart for Tiny Tim and the boy will live. And Madeleine will go home to her family”

Religion, fiction and an apparent crime, in which the parents of the Little Baby Madeleine are named suspects. How Parsons linked them is a miracle. A child is missing – such is the raw reality.

Here endeth the Parsons Lesson…


“The case against Kate and Gerry McCann has been dealt a severe blow by doubts over controversial DNA techniques… But DNA was gathered and analysed using the techniques that led to the collapse of the Omagh bomb trial last week”

Low Copy Number DNA analysis – was developed by the UK’s Forensic Science Service. “It allows investigators to analyse tiny samples of evidence, sometimes many times smaller than a grain of sand. Scientists are able to produce the all-important genetic fingerprint from tiny samples by growing the DNA until it is large enough to test fully”


Gerry McCann was “reportedly seen with the holdall as he took up to three tennis lessons a day on the ill-fated holiday…But the blue sports bag has been lost, according to a shock new TV special on the mystery that is gripping the world”

A new TV investigation and a new piece of crucial evidence. Curious…

“According to The Madeleine McCann Mystery – a Sky News special on tonight at 7.30 – the bag is vital to the investigation”

According to Clarence Mitchell, Gerry McCann’s spokesman: “Gerry’s baffled. He’s never owned such a bag. There simply is no missing bag. They are entirely innocent”

Look out for Anorak TV’s Madeleine And The Dragon soon…

THE SUN: “Maddie: Mystery of ‘lost’ bag”

So says the Sun, owned by Rupert Murdoch, who also owns Sky

“A missing blue tennis bag could hold the key to Madeleine McCann’s disappearance, a TV documentary will claim tonight. The bag — big enough to carry a small child — belonged to Maddie’s dad Gerry, the programme says. It is claimed Portuguese cops have been hunting for the holdall, which disappeared at the same time as the four-year-old girl. The bag emerges as a potentially vital new clue in a Sky News investigation entitled The Madeleine McCann Mystery”

It’s better than Only Fools And Horses. And Cleudo. Play along at home…

“Yet, bizarrely, the McCanns’ spokesman Clarence Mitchell yesterday denied it existed — saying Gerry did not own such a bag and never had done”

And former detective Tony Rogers, “one of Britain’s most experienced police officers, will be seen saying: ‘If it’s a bag of a size that could be taking away from the flat a child, that would be of great interest to the investigating officer’”

So long as Gerry McCann removes the balls- tennis balls – from it first. But if Gerry did it…?

“Tonight’s documentary also claims Portuguese detectives have failed to find and quiz a British paedophile with links to the Algarve. He was among 52 British sex offenders with similar connections whose details were given to police by UK cops”

Not Gerry McCann, then, but a PAEDO! Two pieces of sensation in the Sky TV show. Stay tuned

THE TIMES: “Paedophile Briton linked to Madeleine”

The Times has seen the Sky TV show. The Times is owned by, Rupert Murdoch. The competition for viewing figures at Christmas is intense

The paedo. And the blue bag…

DAILY MAIL: “Hunt for Gerry’s missing tennis bag which ‘could have been used to carry Madeleine away’”

Tony Rogers, “who reviews unsolved cases for British police and worked on the Soham investigation”, uses his experience and media contacts to say that the bag might be important

Says Clarence Mitchell: “As far as Kate and Gerry are concerned, there is no missing tennis bag. They came back from holiday with everything except of course, tragically, Madeleine.”

“British paedophile ‘with links to Portugal’ suspected of abducting Madeleine” – A source tells Sky: “They (Portuguese police) were given the names of 52 sex offenders and they’ve worked very hard to find them and rule them out as suspects. There is still one man they are concerned about”

So important is he that we do not know his name nor what he looks like. Unless he is the man Jane Tanner saw. And this from the Sun’s stable, the paper that which criticised the Portuguese police for their efit and not telling the media every detail of their investigation…

DORSET ECHO: “Toddler, 3, walked home from nursery”

Sarah Cracknell, from Somerford dropped little Finley off at the Explorers Children’s Centre in Draper Road at noon while she attended a PTA lunch next door at Somerford Primary School. Says mum: “I went through half an hour of what Madeleine McCann’s parents must be going through 24 hours a day”

Sarah was not accused of killing her child. Neither was Beverly Fleetham

Madeleine McCann – the news so far

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