Saturday, August 25, 2007


I find some really interesting stuff in the ether. I find that even a formal suspect in the case of Madeleine McCann has a groupee... A RUMP KISSER if you will. What I found so interesting about this lil diddy was the fact that someone with less knowledge than your's truly has attempted to exonerate Robert Murat while the police have done no such thing. Robert Murat needs an advocate in the worst way and he seems to have found his man.

Matthew Parris kisses ass like he's working the smoochin' booth at the Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility.


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Well, I tried to have MY SAY like the invitation suggests. However, Matt Parris does not have the Testicle Fortitude to hear a question questioning his desire to see Mr Murat released from Formal Suspect Status. Needless to say... he did not post my comment. There was nothing inappropriate, I just asked how he arrived at this conclusion. Apparently he does not have the reasoning to back up his piece of SCHLOCK! Well, 11 total comments really does say it all.

Also duly noted - The Times is NOT a VICTIM'S RIGHTS NEWSPAPER. They seem to advocate the SUSPECT. What other conclusion can I draw when I see this subtitle?
Our columnist on the disgraceful hounding of Robert Murat

Disgraceful? HUH!?!?! Since when is it disgraceful to question a suspect's over-all involvement in a disappearance? This is not NEW. But it does show that liberal elitism that runs Times has it all completely assbackwards. Where else could a keyboard hack like Matthew Parris actually get a job not based on his cocktail party attire?

**Note to Mr. Matthew Parris - I will extend to you the opportunity you denied me. Should you decide to write, I will not block you as you did to me.**



From The Times
August 25, 2007
Matthew Parris

Do you have a mother? Have you ever shared a house with her? Might you have dealt with anyone a couple of years past his teens who (for all you know) could have boasted to someone else about seducing an underage girl? Might you be separated from a spouse and conduct another affair? Might you love your daughter? Might you have a cellar in your house? Might you assist local efforts to trace a missing child?

Well watch out, because if any toddler should go missing anywhere near you, and you were to be (not unreasonably) questioned by police, the British press could have had you hanged, drawn and quartered by Monday.

A life has been destroyed after the abduction of Madeleine McCann. Perhaps two, for we do not yet know Madeleine’s fate, and perhaps we never will. But for Robert Murat, the one-time suspect whom much of the British newspaper industry and parts of the Portuguese media casually decided to convict, a life lies in ruins. There is no redemption for Mr Murat now, not if the Angel Gabriel should appear on television to exonerate him. The name alone brings a shudder.

But nobody closely involved with this case believes any longer that Mr Murat is anything but an innocent man. For the rest of the world, however, glancing in passing at headlines and skimming news reports over its coffee, the name Murat is now synonymous with “creepy oddball and obvious suspect”.

His reputation will not now be rescued even by the arrest and conviction of anyone else. Imagine today giving your name at a hotel reception as Robert Murat — or Colin Stagg, or Sally Clark. Linkages between a crime and a name are set up in the public imagination and persist even after the story has changed direction. “Robert Murat — wasn’t he the one suspected of taking Maddie? Or cleared of it? Whatever. Mixed up in it anyway.”

For the record, Robert Murat is an Anglo-Portuguese man in his early thirties who has separated from his English wife, has a girlfriend estranged from her own husband, and is sharing a house with his mother, not far from where Madeleine McCann disappeared. After her disappearance he volunteered to help. He hired a car for a few days. His house has a cellar. He has a friendly business connection with a 22-year-old

Russian IT operative, Sergey Malinka, who was (it was reported) claimed by a workmate once to have boasted about underage sex. Mr Murat and Mr Malinka have spoken to each other on mobile phones. And Mr Murat has a four-year-old daughter who (somebody says) looks like Madeleine. Oh — and he’s blind in one eye.

Allegations have swirled around about computers on which pornographic websites have been accessed; but as a large proportion of computers worldwide would answer to that description and the claims have been neither confirmed nor elucidated, I shall not pursue these.

Now watch the British media at work. Exercising a courtesy not extended to Mr Murat, I shall name neither papers nor reporters. Let the headlines (in italics) and reports that follow provide a handy journalists’ guide to assassination-by-innuendo.

“ MADDIE SUSPECT BEHAVED JUST LIKE HUNTLEY: Kidnapping has weird echoes of Soham case. The prime suspect in the kidnap of Madeleine McCann interfered in the investigation as soon as the search for her began, it emerged yesterday. Briton Robert Murat, 33, even tried to comfort Madeleine’s distraught parents, Kate and Gerry, in the hours after she was snatched . . . One holidaymaker said: ‘There was a feeling that his behaviour was similar to that displayed by Huntley.’ Murat was said to have volunteered to act as a translator . . .”

“ Maddie: Russian ‘pervert’ quizzed by cops. A Russian computer ace linked to suspect Robert Murat was being quizzed last night . . . Sergey Malinka, 22 . . . who helped Murat, 33, set up a website – was picked up in a police swoop . . .


**When the police clear Robert Murat - He's cleared, not when a so called Journalist clears him. A family member as an alibi is not an alibi in my opinion. Parents lie for their children everyday.**

One last note... It hardly appears that Mr. Parris is an investigative journalist. He strikes as the kind that goes on a hunch and fits in quite nicely with the PLE. I have said before that I am not sure if Mr. Murat is the actual perpetrator. I don't think anyone truly knows. How Mr. Parris arrived at his conclusion is still up for debate. Should Mr. Murat become the next Richard Jewel, he will be compensated quite nicely, as he has already attempted through a book deal while still a formal suspect.

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