Thursday, July 19, 2012

Are Tanner And Murat Related?

Robert Murat was born Robert James Queriol Eveleigh Murat, at Queen Charlotte’s Hospital in London, on 20 November 1973.

His mother is Jennifer Ann Murat, nee Eveleigh. Born in 1936.

Father was John Henry Queriol Murat, was born on 24 January 1924 and died in Westminster, London, in 1986.

Monday, July 16, 2012

Robert Murat:Madeleine McCann Suspect's Garden Dug Up.

From The Daily Telegraph 6th August 2007

Police investigating the abduction of Madeleine McCann yesterday spent a second day digging up the garden of Robert Murat, the only official suspect, at his home yards from where she was abducted.

The search continued while Kate McCann, Madeleine's mother,
spoke of her regret at leaving her three children alone at the resort
while she and her husband ate at a nearby restaurant.

Intense police activity in the past 48 hours has sparked
hope of a breakthrough, more than three months after Madeleine went

It is claimed that two sniffer dogs from Britain and
their police handlers have found new clues at the apartment in Praia da
Luz where she disappeared.

Last night the focus of the inquiry remained on Casa
Liliana, which Mr Murat shares with his elderly mother. The home is 150
yards from where Madeleine was snatched on May 3.

As many as 10 officers spent Saturday clearing thick vegetation. Sniffer dogs inspected the premises.

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It is thought detectives used scanners that can detect anything buried deep beneath the ground.

Mr Murat, 33, has been the only official "arguido", or
suspect, since May 10, when he was detained by police. He was questioned
for a second time last month but detectives have never found any
evidence to arrest him formally.

He was on the premises yesterday and has told friends he
welcomes the search, which he believes will reveal nothing except his

Police remained silent over why they had searched Mr Murat's home a second time.

"We have reached a phase in the investigation where we are trying to evaluate everything," one Portuguese police source said.

"We are going through all the interviews, facts and clues -
with the help of British profilers - to ensure nothing has been missed
or left out. At the moment there is still only one arguido."

Police are yet to resolve alleged inconsistencies in statements given.

Friends of the McCanns said they saw a man near the family's apartment helping with the search on the night Madeleine vanished.

Mr Murat maintains that he was at home with his mother all evening when the girl was snatched from her bed.

In the first interview she has given without husband Gerry, Mrs McCann, 39, said: "We are just so desperately sorry.

"Every hour now, I still question, 'why did I think that was
safe?' If I'd had to think for one second, 'should we have dinner and
leave them?', I wouldn't have done it.

"It didn't happen like that. I didn't have to think for a second, that's how safe I felt."

She said she tucked Madeleine into bed that night, and her
daughter last words to her were: "Mummy, I've had the best day ever. I'm
having lots and lots of fun."

Mrs McCann also described her joy at the birth of Madeleine, her oldest child, after five years of trying for a baby.

She said: "I wanted to be a mother. Then, when we were trying for a baby and it wasn't happening, it was really hard.

"The longer it went on, the harder it was. I saw my friends
having children and I was really delighted for them, but it made me feel
sad, too. We tried unsuccessfully for several years to conceive.

"There came a point when we admitted we needed help. I was
so desperate to have a child I'd try anything. I know IVF isn't
everyone's choice but I wanted to try it.

"We had one unsuccessful attempt before Madeleine and that
was very hard. When I got pregnant with Madeleine it was just

Asked what message she would send to her daughter, Mrs
McCann said: "I would tell her that we love her. She knows we love her
very much. She knows we are looking for her, that we are doing
absolutely everything and we will never give up."

Mrs McCann, a GP, and her husband, a consultant cardiologist, from Rothley, Leics, are both on compassionate leave.

Meanwhile, Belgian police are investigating an alleged sighting at a café in Tongeren.

They are awaiting results from DNA tests on a milkshake bottle and straw used by a girl matching Madeleine's description.

One witness, a child therapist, said the couple were acting
strangely and the child seemed nervous. "It was obvious that the couple
were not her parents," she said.

The woman telephoned police but the trio left before officers arrived.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Brian Kennedy & Robert Murat

Why in heaven's name did Brian Kennedy, the multi-millionaire double glazing magnate who out of the goodness of his bountiful heart poured his energies and money into helping to find Madeleine (e.g. by appointing Metodo 3 and Kevin Halligen to help find her), take his lawyer, Freemason Edward Smethurst, to meet with the leading suspect in the case, Robert Murat, who was suspected of abducting or killing Madeleine. And why was Robert Murat's lawyer there?

Were they all on a mission to find Madeleine?

Or were they and their lawyers sorting out something very different and striking up some sort of deal, or even a contract?

Some of the answers maybe in Chapter N of our 120-page article on Robert Murat [ ].
Here it is:

N. Robert Murat’s meeting with Brian Kennedy in Portugal, 13 November 2007

We’ll now move right away from the events of early May 2007 and look at two meetings that were probably of great significance in this case that took place in Portugal in November 2007. One was between Robert Murat and Brian Kennedy, the multi-millionaire double glazing magnate who has effectively bankrolled the various private investigations which were supposed to be about finding Madeleine.

Others were also present at this meeting. He was also, as was made clear in John Whitehouse’s article on our website, the man who was at the centre of these intelligence operations, running them from a house believed to be in Knutsford, appointing the staff and directing them.

We now know that Brian Kennedy flew out in November 2007, about three weeks after this ’phone call, together with his in-house lawyer from the Latium Group, Edward Smethurst. This, briefly, is the Portuguese Police’s account of a meeting between them, Metodo 3, Brian Kennedy and Edward Smethurst. The date of it was probably arranged during or soon after the ’phone call of 19 October:


“We held a meeting on 13 November, with Inspectors Paulo Ferreira and Ricardo Paiva present, with Brian Kennedy, Director of the detective agency, Francisco Marco and one of his advisers, plus Antonio Jimenez, ex-chief of the Kidnapping Unit of Catalonia [Note: Other information suggests that Edward Smethurst was also present].

Brian Kennedy insisted that his motives were purely charitable, aimed at finding the truth, and generally helping missing children. He said he was interested in discovering the truth even if the McCann family, the friends, or any other person is found to be involved in the disappearance”.


Brian Kennedy’s involvement in the investigation into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has been controversial. An article by Mark Hollingsworth in the Evening Standard in August 2009 claimed that “The involvement of Brian Kennedy and his son Patrick in the operation was counter-productive, notably when they were questioned by the local police [in Portugal] for acting suspiciously while attempting a 24-hour ‘stake out’.”

The ‘Evening Standard’ article also showed that, later, the relationship between Metodo 3 and the Portuguese police had ‘completely broken down’. Hollingsworth claimed that key witnesses were questioned ‘far too aggressively’ by Kennedy’s investigators, so much so that ‘some of them later refused to talk to the police’. Interference with witnesses to that extent could amount to a criminal offence.

We are not aware that any other nation allows people to interfere with potential witnesses in an investigation in such a way as to cause them to refuse to testify, as Mark Hollingsworth in his article claimed had happened in this case, due to Kennedy’s investigators.

It was Francisco Pagarete, Mr Murat’s Portuguese lawyer - the one whom he was so anxious to see when he flew out to Praia da Luz on 1 May - who confirmed that a second meeting involving Brian Kennedy took place at Mr Murat’s uncle’s house in the Algarve in November. He told the BBC: “[Brian Kennedy] came here to give his support to Robert and to say he doesn’t believe Robert was involved in this story in any way or sense. And he asked if Robert could help the investigation for the finding of Madeleine in any way”. Mr Pagarete added that Mr Kennedy had ‘promised to stay in touch with Mr Murat’ but ‘had not contacted him since’. Mr Pagarete also confirmed that Edward Smethurst was at the meeting.

The Portuguese paper Jornal de Notícias appeared to have some additional information about this meeting. Their report, early in 2008, said: “The meeting - a dinner that Brian Kennedy asked to be discreet and far away from the eyes of the press - took place in the end of last year at a house of Murat's relatives in Burgau (Vila do Bispo). At the dinner were Robert Murat and Kennedy, their respective lawyers, Jennifer Murat and the aunt and uncle of Murat” [NOTE: This appears in fact to have been Ralph Eveleigh, Murat’s uncle, and Sally Eveleigh, his cousin].

If Murat and Kennedy each had one lawyer with them - Pagarete and Smethurst - that makes seven people present at that dinner in Burgau: Murat and his mother, his uncle Ralph and cousin Sally Eveleigh, who ran the 8-room guest house at Vila do Bispo, two lawyers and Brian Kennedy.

What was discussed at this meeting that Kennedy didn’t want the press to know about?

This evening meeting was either on the same day, or very close to, the meeting that Brian Kennedy had with the Portuguese Police on 13 November 2007 that we referred to above. The two Portuguese Police Inspectors, Ferreira and Paiva, later submitted an account of their strange meeting with Brian Kennedy.

The report, which is amongst the documents contained in the police files, indicates that right at the start of the meeting, Brian Kennedy was keen to stress that his intentions were ‘purely charitable’, because he felt ‘concerned about cases of child neglect and child abduction’. The Director of Metodo 3, Francisco Marco, presented information to the PJ about three situations, allegedly received via their ‘hotline’.

The first of these concerned an incident that the British media had already referred to, at the end of October 2007: a woman who had been baby-sitting at the Ocean Club, in Apartment 5A in August/September 2006, said she spotted a man ‘hidden in the shadows’, the same day that Madeleine disappeared. A story about this had surfaced in the Sun on October 31.

According to the newspaper, “The nanny - identified only as M.H. - reported the frightening incident to the police in England after the hunt for Madeleine started in May, but did not speak to the police in Portugal”. Clarence Mitchell added that: “This evidence supports what we have always said, that Maddie was taken from her bed by an abductor”. The Portuguese Police had however ruled out this report, because the detectives considered that there was no proof that it was in any way related to Madeleine's disappearance.

The second piece of information was about the alleged existence of images of paedophilia on a computer at the home of Sergei Malinka, witnessed by the fiancé of a British woman, four years ago, when he was at Malinka's house. According to this witness, he questioned Malinka on the subject and he explained that the computer belonged to a client and that he would report it later to the authorities. All of the computers at Malinka's house were seized and examined, but the Portuguese Police report said that nothing of any relevance or suspicion was found.

The third piece of information referred to a detailed witness statement, according to the Metodo 3 report, about a woman handing what the witness was convinced was a child, wrapped in a blanket or a sheet, over a fence to a man, next to two parked vehicles, near a town 100 miles from the Algarve. The witness, a Portuguese lorry driver, M.G., looked at several photos and picked out Michaela Walczuk [Robert Murat’s girlfriend, now his wife], saying that her picture was the one that most resembled the woman he had seen.

The British media published a version of this story on 19 November 2007, but with different details. The METRO free paper boldly wrote: “A witness spotted Murat's German girlfriend, Michaela Walczuch, in a car with Maddie, on 5 May, in central Portugal”. On the same day, the Daily Mail published a similar story: “According to a source, a new witness identified Michaela Walczuch as the woman seen with the missing child, in central Portugal, 160 kilometres [100 miles] from where she disappeared on May 3rd”.

As usual, Clarence Mitchell had a few things to say to the media: “We are not going to comment on any line of the investigation except to say that we are encouraged by the fact that our investigators seem to be making progress. Kate and Gerry are not ruling out any possibility”.

The Portuguese Police studied this incident and questioned the Portuguese lorry driver, but the facts that he described to the police were somewhat different to those reported in the British press. The lorry driver said he saw a woman handing something to a man, over a fence, wrapped in what looked like a blanket. It wasn't heavy, because they did it easily and the fence was around 1.6 metres high (5 feet). Asked if it could have been the body of a child, he responded that nothing he had seen would indicate that.

Questioned also about the positive identification of Michaela Walczuk, according to Metodo 3's report, the witness told the Portuguese Police that he couldn't see the woman's face, because he was driving his lorry at 45/50 mph, and the couple were at some distance. He only chose Michaela's photo from amongst the others Metodo 3 had shown him because she had the same hair colour and similar build.

The actual facts which emerged from the lorry driver, then, did not seem anywhere near sufficient to justify the press headlines claiming that he had positively identified Murat and his girlfriend.


The other meeting was between Brian Kennedy, the Portuguese Police, and the Spanish private detective agency recently chosen by Kennedy and the McCanns: Metodo 3. This took place in police headquarters in Portimao.

A report from the Portuguese Police referring to a ’phone call on 19 October, gives us some background; here it is:

On the 19th of October, we were contacted by Alberto Carbas, Chief of the Kidnapping Unit of the Commissary-General, based in Madrid, who passed to us the information that the McCann family had contracted a Spanish private detective agency known as ‘Metodo 3’. The costs of their investigation into Madeleine McCann were being covered by a Scottish multi-millionaire whose name is Brian Kennedy. His objective was to find Madeleine.

“We were asked if we were available and interested in meeting with a representative of Metodo 3 and the Spanish Commissary General and Chief of the Kidnapping Unit of the Police in Spain. The purpose of this proposed meeting, they said, was to find out the truth, but they stated that they would not interfere in police work. At most, they said, they would ‘complement’ our investigation. They firmly stated that they are not working directly for the McCann family, but for Brian Kennedy. They didn’t ask for any information regarding the investigation, nor was any offered to them, for obvious reasons”.
Research : The Madeleine Foundation

Friday, May 11, 2012

The SUN And Friends Of McCann Tried To Frame Robert Murat

The SUN trying to sway public opinion to suspect Robert Murat.

Jane Tanner and friends of McCanns tried to frame Robert Murat

Article by Journalist Paulo Reis who will confirm he has been threatened by McCanns lawyer Carter Ruck not to write articles on  Madeleine McCann.

The SUN help Jane Tanner UNFRAME Robert Murat

Robert Murat Blog

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

#McCann : Video - Jennifer Murat On The Framing Of Her Son Robert - The McCann's 'Collective Decision '

How Jane Tanner and three friends of  the McCann's tried to frame Robert Murat for the abduction and murder of three year old Madeleine Beth McCann. We now know thanks to the latest 'interview' from Stockholm that the tapas 9 decisions were 'Collective Decisions'.

Discussing The 'Collective Mistake' On Maddies fate !