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resipsaloquitur - 9 Sep 2007 // 14:37:59


could you,please,think A LITTLE BIT LOGICALLY?


Is this a PORTUGIESE citizen? NO!

Do you think they are getting a COMMISSION IF THEY FIND THE PERPETRATOR?

All the snuffing dogs which found out the "corp" smell on Kate's blouse.
Nobody says she killed her daughter...she might JUST have transported her dead body.

resipsaloquitur - 9 Sep 2007 // 14:39:02

I meant:
corps smell

Bloke from Alrewas off the A38 - 9 Sep 2007 // 14:43:47


I'm glad the McCanns are returning to civilisation. To a land with a proper and fair police force that will not treat them the way the evil foreign coppers have been treating this couple!

Everyone should boycott Portugal! What do we need this Third-World rogue state for, anyroad? They cheated twice in major footballing championships if you remember. They cheated us out of a semi-final berth at Euro'2004 and they did it again in Germany two years later!

Boycott Portugal! Don't need those ugly deformities of the human species for anything. I have a mate who is 70 right now. He came to England from Spain when he was forty. Fully assimilated into our way of life and even speaks with a Geordie accent (he lives in Gateshead). He doesn't have a single good word to say about the evil backward Portugeezers! I wonder why!!!!

Sir Nutmeg Professor O'Chav

Bloke from Alrewas off the A38 - 9 Sep 2007 // 14:48:19

Res Ispa Loquitor: "... The FORENSIC EVIDENCE(it was conducted in Birmingham in a special laboratory) speaks that the girl
WAS TRANSPORTED BY THE RENTAL CAR 25 days after her disappearance."

I wouldn't trust anything BRUMMIE as far as I can throw it. I currently reside twenty-five miles from Brum and just the mere sound of the Brummie accent is sufficiently annoying!

I'm certainly proud of my Scouse accent and even prouder when I hear the offensive-to-the-ear Brummie and Yim-Yam Country accents.

Sir Nutmeg Professor O'Chav

viking - 9 Sep 2007 // 14:49:35


You are wrong when you said, "As long as the body is not found...her death could not be pronounced"

habeas corpus is not required to have a charge of murder or a pronouncement of murder in certain cases.
This case (McCann)? Maybe or maybe not. Depends on what else is proved.


Bloke from Alrewas off the A38 - 9 Sep 2007 // 14:50:43

No, Res Ispa Loquitor...

You actually meant CORPSE SMELL!

A corpse is a cadaver! CORPS is associated with corporations!

Ta rah,
Sir NP O'Chav

resipsaloquitur - 9 Sep 2007 // 14:51:20

To Bill:
All I have to say is:


They might be doctors but all their behaviour was stupid!

They pronounced on May 3 that their daughter were abdicted.

Soon after that they ought to leave Portugal,go back to thir home town and continue working,bringing their other kids to Mini Club or Kindergarten.

Already one day after the crime happened they blamed already the Police...

How did they know they are NOT doing sufficient work?!

In my opinion they desided to stay in Portugal as they were thinking te Portugiese Police does NOT have sofisticated FORENSIC METHODS to detect crimes.

They were thinking they could NOT be so srewed as SCOTLAND YARD!

But guess what...The Portugiese Police decided to work JOINTLY with Scotland Yard.

They are doctors...regrettably they do not know the European laws.
There is A DIRECTIVE(i must find it out) which obliges ALL european jurisdictions to cooperate with each other.

viking - 9 Sep 2007 // 14:51:53


Lack of skills in forensic evidence collection based on an accent!!
Go back to your "Logic" instructor at University and get your money back!


resipsaloquitur - 9 Sep 2007 // 15:01:16

Hey my dearest BLOKE,


Guess what will happen...all files to the case will be probably transfered to the Leicester Police(the permanent residence of mcCanns)

then there are such rules in CRIMINAL PROCEDRE which say that the venue of the proceedings could be changed if the Court whci has jurisdiction for the permanent residence of the SUSPECT

applies to the COURT OF ACTUS REUS(i mean where the actual crime occured).

In our case it means that the Magistrate orDistrict Court in Leicestershire has the right to apply at the Policia Jidiciaria for transfer of the case.

Bloke from Alrewas off the A38 - 9 Sep 2007 // 15:03:34


I was taking the rip, skin!

Gawd, do you take everything so seriously on this informal site?

I have some awesome Brummie mates whose accents I heartily ridicule. It's all good, cleaner-than-babies' nappies kinda fun!

Believe it or not, you and I could be good mates! Now, will you please tell me, Sir whether you've been to my beloved Cornwall before and if so which is the place in that magical, mystical county that you are most besotted with?

Hope you are experiencing a gorgeous September weather in FL as we are in sexy England!

Ta rah, Sir...
Sir Nutmeg Professor O'Chav

Bloke from Alrewas off the A38 - 9 Sep 2007 // 15:12:43

".. Hope you are experiencing a gorgeous September weather in FL as we are in sexy England!"

Hope you are experiencing the type of gorgeous September weather in FL that we are currently blessed to savour in sexy, sizzling England!

Bill - 9 Sep 2007 // 15:29:17


"habeas corpus is not required to have a charge of murder or a pronouncement of murder in certain cases."

Habeas corpus has nothing whatever to do with pressing any charge. Habeas corpus is a legal action for getting an accused out of jail prior to trial.

As I told Eurotourist, best leave this sort of work to the progfessionals.

Bloke from Alrewas off the A38 - 9 Sep 2007 // 15:32:43

Res Ispa Loquitor,

Leicester is a good night out! I bet the McCanns are looking forward to returning there. Plus, you can't beat Red Leicester cheese. English cheese in general is ace! I bet they've missed all that!

I hope this tragedy can be resolved one way or another! Poor little Maddy! What state of mind are her siblings in, one has to wonder? My eyes well for them and for the McCanns' pain (even though they were so utterly negligent).

They ought to go for counselling when they return to Leicestershire. The emotional trauma must be taking its grim toll on them!

Sir Nutmeg Professor O'Chav

resipsaloquitur - 9 Sep 2007 // 16:02:52

there was this wealfy business man,who owned a factory in East London.

He kept a flat in West End and was visiting his family only on the weekends.
The family was living in a huge villa in the country side.

One day he fell in love with one of his workers... a young and innocent girl from Wales.
He promissed to mary her and as naive as she was ,she presented him with two kids.

Years passed by and the business affairs of the manufacturer were not going well.
He filed for bankruptcy.

Meanwile everybody was wondering where the young Harriet was(his mistress).

He was insisting she left him for Paris or some other place in France and has not been returning for more than a year.

One night a fellow,who used to work in the factory of Mr.Businessman,saw him on the street,close to the warehouse where Mr.Busines man was keeping the remains of his production),

trying to put two big boxes into a car.

"Come on,Spencer, help me to take these parcels to the house of my brother !" he said.

The parcels were very heavy and the young fellow was currious what his boss wanted to transport....
he was thinking:"Clothing could be sooooo heavy!"
When his boss returned to the werehouse,he opened one of the boxes and his hear stood up!

There was the chopped head of a human being and other body parts.

The boxes were loaded but Spencer did not want to board the car.He said to his boss,he prefered to run after the car.

All the way from East London to Golder's Green he was shouting to every constable he saw.
"Please,stop and search the car".

Finally there were two constables who believed him and stoped the car and asked Mr.Businessman what were in the boxes.

When they opened them they found the remains of an young woman.

Regrettably this is still NOT a PROVE that M.Richman killed her.

Then according the Rules of Evidence ,the Police could catch someone carrying a corpse...this does not mean he killed it.

They had to prove that this was the corpse of HARRIET and also have sufficient forensic evidence that her naster killed her,put her body remains into cloride and
burried her under the floor of the warehouse,which he was renting.

Searching the warehouse they found her cloths,which he wore before she died.

Still not sufficient evidence as the defense solicitor said,she might have commited a suicide.

"Dear colleque"..said the Prosecutor...
"Do you sugest that young Harriet shoot herself with a revolver in the BACK of her head;cut herself in pieces;jumped into a wooden boxes;dugg herself a grave under the floor of the defendant's warehouse and SHUT the cover of the boxes behind herself!"
This argument was sufficient for the Jury to sentence Mr.Business man for murder on his mistress.

This case I read it in a book,named"THE ART OF CROSSEXAMINATION".

it is an authentic case,happened in England at the end of 19 century.

it is calle:"The sillent evidence.

WickedWitch - 9 Sep 2007 // 16:32:44

There once was a man from Nantucket... Oh wait, that wasn't the story.

The was this guy who went to live in a new city. He fell in love with the servant girl of the family he was staying with and, him being quite attractive, she responded favorably. One day, the girl was messing with the lady of the house's potions and turned her lover into a donkey. That same night, before the servant could turn him back into a human he was taken by a gang who robbed the house and forced to carry their ill-gotten gains. He managed to escape and travelled and suffered throughout Italy before he was turned back into a human by a priest who asked him to live a good life.

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