Ms Brown I still see that you are tweeting about the McCanns and that you are now blabbering on about statistics. Well just so that you don’t keep making a complete and utter tit of your yourself I found the tweet where the Attorney General Jose Magalhaes e Menezes took the stand and testified under oath.
Now so that you know, as you seen to have come late into the case and jumped in with both feet and landed firmly on your ass. This hearing was in January 2010 where Goncalo Amaral was appealing about his book being banned and it has nothing to do with the actual libel trial which is due to be heard in February 2012
You first of all tweeted this tweet:
I don’t think there is any mention of stats being mentioned at all by the McCanns about Madeleine being alive. They have said consistently from day one there is no proof she is dead and therefore she is still a findable living child as far as they are concerned.
The stats however were mentioned, as I said above, when Jondi Paolo tweeted this from the Lisbon court
As as you are a late starter, before you go jetting off to Portugal perhaps you would like to read what Ricardo Paiva said under oath. And no I can’t find any other tweet where Jondi Paolo said he tweeted that in error and I can’t find anything on Sky News site retracting that tweet.
So when it comes to who do I believe over the stats issue, you dip out again as I think the Attorney General has seen, read, heard and comprehended far more than you ever will with regards to the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
And on another note, I see someone caved in yet again. Now where was his gumption, his bottle and courage to stand up and fight and show this cast-iron evidence proving his allegations were true and not libellous. Oh well at least the Find Madeleine Fund is better off… teach you Bennett, I bet that leaves hell of a bitter taste in your mouth, your money going to the Find Madeleine Fund… good.
Mind you I do have to laugh, one minute he is crowing that the Forum he is on is the number one Public Forum discussing the Madeleine Case and next in front of Judge it is:
d) whether Mr Smethurst’s claim for £100,000 damages was ‘proportional’: i.e. whether such a large claim was reasonable in respect of comments made on a small internet forum and which were removed on request
Well it might have been originally posted on a Small Internet Forum (as you now claim and not as previously stated – screenshot and link) but it has spread to well-known forums and blogs. I don’t think Sky blogs can be classed as small or insignificant, do you?
Bon Voyage, as I take it you both will be leaving the internet scene after these latest fiascos to be added to the various others you both have made.