- Madeleine McCann suspect branded a scapegoat by Goncalo Amaral weeks before German Martin Ney, named as possible abductor.
- Colin Sutton lays into media monsters The S*n for twisting Amaral comments into fake news making Martin Ney seem a viable suspect.
- Kate McCann worked for MI5 at time of Madeleine’s disappearance claims Portuguese journalist.
The disappearance of Madeleine McCann has been front page news in the United Kingdom once again this week as the 12th anniversary of her alleged abduction came with a fresh wave of reports of a potential new suspect.
New Madeleine McCann suspect (Gerry McCann lookalike) Martin Ney, a German born paedophile has been named as a person of key interest by media outlets in a move that had already been foreshadowed by Goncalo Amaral who had previously stated a German scapegoat was to be blamed by Scotland yard imminently.
Members of the public have reacted in astonishment at the new leads that seem to have been generated out of thin air given the fact Ney was already known to Portuguese police in 2007 and British news papers reported on him almost 8 years ago to the day in 2011 as seen below.
This adds to the game show feel of the whole saga with the latest headlines stating that Martin Ney is not a suspect in the case of Madeleine McCann.
The new reports come less than 72 hours after world press branded Ney a suspect as articles were published in a brief public trial by media which was presented in a way that made it all seem viable.
Martin Ney has a disturbing history of child abuse, sneaking around children’s homes and murder, yet most of his crimes involved boys as seen in the diagram below.
The first news of a German suspect was aired in an interview between 9 News (Australia) and Goncalo Amaral which was published via a podcast on a news article on April 30, 2019.
Goncalo Amaral was in charge of the Portuguese investigation into Madeleine’s alleged disappearance for five months, from May 2007 and was removed from the case after he publicly criticised lines of inquiry that UK detectives followed.
In the podcast, Amaral states that Scotland yard is preparing to name a German scapegoat as the main suspect in the case of Madeleine McCann.
He said: “(Operation Grange detectives) are preparing the end of the investigation, with a German paedophile who is in prison right now.
“He is probably going to be the scapegoat for the case.”
Days after Amaral’s interview, a German Peadophile named Martin Ney was publically declared a possible suspect in the case of Madeleine McCann.
The 35 minute interview can be heard below.
In 2008 Goncalo Amaral released The Truth of the Lie documentary where he famously concluded Madeleine McCann had killed herself in a tragic accident after falling from a window before her parents hid her body.
He then faced the McCann’s in court over his documentary which was banned in Europe only for the decision to be overturned at a later date.
The McCann’s argued that his conclusion that Madeleine is dead hampered efforts of a missing persons investigation, while Amaral’s claims implicated kate Healy and Gerry McCann in the death of their daughter.
Colin Sutton Slams Fake News S*n
The interview was also highlighted by former Scotland Yard investigator Colin Sutton who slammed the S*n for faking it in a report that made Martin Ney seem like a viable suspect.
Colin Sutton became well known for being the detective who led the investigation into the death of Millie Dowler, arresting Levi Bellfield who was sentenced to life in jail for her murder.
Sutton took to Twitter on Saturday, May, 4, to point out how Amaral had already sited a German scapegoat was to be announced by Retweeting a post from Senior news reporter at http://nine.com.au Mark Saunokonoko.
In the Tweet, Saunokonoko states that Goncalo amaral had told (two weeks prior to recent reports) him how a German scapegoat was to be announced and he would be a sex offender who would be used to conclude the case after 12 years.
Colin Sutton added comments to the Tweet by pointing out the difference between Amaral’s interview and The S*n article that he said distorts the truth around the new lead.
People replied to Colin Sutton’s Tweet by claiming the move by Scotland yard is more smoke & mirrors.
Another main aspect concerning the reporting of events around Madeleine McCann that has been proven by Enchanted LifePath articles in the past is how information is kept out of English newspapers that is easily available in Irish reports.
A perfect example of this a picture of what is alleged to be Madeleine McCann on a family trip to Donegal at Easter, 2007, three weeks before her ill-fated holiday to Praia De Luz.
The image was published in Irish news reports both online and in printed press yet it stayed out of all English based media outlet publications raising questions about the honesty of information being given to readers.
The image raises serious questions about the story as people speculate over the age of Madeleine who along with the twins all appear to be older than they are when pictured in Praia De Luz.
The allegations about Martin Ney come in the same week that British press agencies responded to reports of Kate McCann working for MI5 by a Portuguese journalist, José António Saraiva, writing for Sol newspaper, Portugal.
In the article, José António Saraiva claims to have been contacted by a female doctor who alleged that what happened to Madeleine was due to Kate McCann’s involvement with MI5.
Savaria writes as follows:
He claims there are other facts that would explain the immediate arrival in Portugal of a representative of Finance Minister and future prime minister Gordon Brown.
The article continues:
There were phrases such as “The spokeswoman for the McCanns, who worked for the British Foreign Office,” or that the McCanns had “astounding political connections, showing themselves to be a very special middle class couple with a strange power of influence in the lands of Her Majesty Elizabeth II. “
British media outlets continue to seem to do all they can to support team McCann as they played down an article which was published on April, 22, 2019.
Certain elements of the case are still unexplained but they also point to high level inclusion that took place prior to the official date of Madeleine’s disappearance that lend some credibility to claims that Kate McCann may actually be an MI5 agent.
In the Madeleine McCann Donegal article (linked above) I highlight a few startling revelations that have mainly gone unmentioned in British press and they are key points as well as valid questions.
Enter the role of Bell Pottinger who are a disgraced government level PR company who excel in damage limitation and will do anything at a price including the creation of fake news.
They had representatives in Praia De Luz, on April, 30, 2007.
The timing is unprecedented and can’t be overlooked as well as a few other strange circumstances before Madeleine was even reported missing.
Another strange set of circumstances surrounds the passports of the McCann’s that has resulted in a petition to highlight border control lapses that lead to child trafficking loopholes being formed by Enchanted LifePath after Madeleine’s travel documents appear to be below approval standards as does Gerry’s who is laughing on his.
All of this can be seen in the article below.
Did you know Madeleine McCann was reported missing on April 30th 2007 by the child exploitation and online protection centre? A British police affiliated organisation who have been involved with the case since it started?? They published a page “Help Find Madeleine” 3 days before she went missing. This information was documented by a website archiving platform known as the Wayback Machine. This website acts as an archive of all online sites in regards to being proof of publication via its timestamp data documentation. This platform is used in court cases to determine the outcome of Copyright Claims.
The wayback Machine does not alter or manipulate web pages it just screenshots them for legal purposes. The page it grabbed from Child Exploitation Online Protection website shows a date of April 30th 2007. You can also see the page source info below the page that reported Madeleine missing 72 hours prior to the original reports. How is this possible? I have heard one explanation or excuse that this was a glitch. I need to debunk the glitch theory right away.
You are on a web page that I have designed, on a website I have designed and built from the ground up and it has changed many times as I learned more. My point is, there is not a glitch on earth that can create a webpage, with images, a title and time stamp it, have images on the actual web page calendar showing you the 30th and having source code in the web page also showing us a date of the 30th of April, 2006. What glitch can make web pages please? There isn’t one. This was not a glitch. It was the work of a website administrator who created a page.
Given all of this high-level activity and things not adding up first observations would suggest this can all only be implemented by government based organisations such as MI5.
We must now pose the question is all of this has always been a government led hoax or maybe even a sting that has left a cold case open that can then lead to investigations of actual missing children?
I point to Operation Ore and how it shows us that one peadophile webiste can earn around £1 million a week in revenue in a fact that seems to put the £12 million spent on finding Maddie in the shadows.
This means peadophile rings have huge finacial power that can be used for bribery and protection.
Just one website alone generates vast amounts of dirty money and that is important as it proves that the authorities can possibly be bought and sold by peadophile networks who operate around the world.
This would suggest that the no stone unturned campaign is infact a police operation and yes the McCann’s may well be police or state assets.
I have said this before in an article about vital information surrounding proof of life when funding is brought into account surrounding various missing children and how they compare to Madeleine McCann.