Monday, 15 December 2008

Freud Communications, I Have A Question

Do you actually employ this clown or is it as I suspect just an internet myth?

The gloves are off...
By Nigel Moore/Martin Roberts
11 December 2008
Speaking to RTE's 'Prime Time', in October 2007, Clarence Mitchell said that Madeleine could "easily" have been kidnapped by an abductor who did not leave the trail of a break-in.

"There was no evidence of a break-in," said Mr Mitchell reversing the statements made by the McCanns to their closest family and friends in the immediate hours after Madeleine's reported disappearance.

"I'm not going into the detail, but I can say that Kate and Gerry are firmly of the view that somebody got into the apartment and took Madeleine out the window as their means of escape, and to do that they did not necessarily have to tamper with anything. They got out of the window fairly easily."

Mr Mitchell's words overlook the fact that the abductor would have had to, at the very least, open the window and shutter from inside the apartment - using one or other hand in the process. In so doing, they would, like Kate McCann, have left a trace i.e. a fingerprint or two, unless, of course, they were wearing gloves.

Close inspection of the Tanner authorised artist's impression, sufficiently detailed as to convey the pattern on the child's pyjamas, reveals that both the subject's hands were bare. No fingerprint means quite simply that this person, whoever he may have been, did not open the bedroom window of 5A between 9.05 (Gerry's visit) and 9.15 (the Tanner sighting).

h/t McCannfiles

And let us not forget this pearl of all pearls, this drivel without compare.

"There is no suggestion she has been harmed or killed," says Clarence Mitchell. "They believe she has been hidden somewhere. It could be a Romany family who have taken her. It's unusual but not completely rare. As long as there is money in the find to pay for investigators, the investigation will continue. If and when it runs out, there are ways to bring more money in."

Clarence Mitchell: Sophisticated PR Guru or Just a Stupid Twat?