McCann Fund Fraud

Overwhelming evidence shows that Madeleine McCann died in or near apartment 5A at the Ocean Club Resort in Praia da Luz in Portugal. Madeleine met her demise sometime between May 1 and May 3. Read the evidence in this website. The Fund they set up to look for Madeleine is fraudulent if any person involved in the case knew Madeleine was dead at the time it was set up. If you made a donation to the Madeleine Fund and are not happy with how your donation has been spent, please contact the site so we can form a group who can litigate against Madeleine's Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned Limited.

Sandy Cameron explains why the reward is not being advertised

Gerry McCann’s Blogs contacted the Madeleine Fund with three questions about the reward to find Madeleine. Here are the original emails:

> From:
> To:
> Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2008 00:09:28 +0000
> Subject: RE: Reward
> Dear Sir/Madam,
> In answer to your questions:
> As far as I know the rewards offered by the ‘News Of The World’
> and other benefactors are still available.
> However, we have had varying advice about the possible benefits
> and problems of rewards.
> So after consulation, a decision was made not to push the rewards
> on our website – although the situation is constantly being reviewed.
> In the meantime, if anyone has any information that may help our
> Investigation Team, they should contact:
> Email
> Tel +44 845 838 4699
> Sandy Cameron
From: pamalam []
Sent: 12 December 2008 09:54
To: Campaign – Find Madeleine
Subject: Reward

Dear Sir/Madam

Could you answer 3 questions for me please?

[1] Why is the reward not shown on the official site?
[2] Is the reward no longer available?
[3] If it is no longer available what is the reason?

Many thanks

Pamalam<> By Pamalam

6 comments to Sandy Cameron explains why the reward is not being advertised

  1. Pagan72
    January 29th, 2009 at 8:27 pm

    I’d heard about you–I looked at her and laughed;
    Maddie died and was possessed afteward— if she was
    unloved we’d love it up–we (meaning all of us) came through somehow–
    We love you so much.


  2. Mark
    July 5th, 2009 at 7:13 pm

    As far as I know the reward is in the region of 5 000000.00 Pounds all told.
    I am sure that the various people who have pledged the reward are good to their
    word. We need Maddie back. I’m sure it will be alright.
    Rewards always accompany kidnap cases, either by the police or private individuals.
    There are no problems concerning rewards. Pretty standard.

  3. Kay Kay
    August 11th, 2009 at 2:24 am

    I hope these McLiars rot in hell,

    God bless the twins.

  4. Val
    July 25th, 2010 at 8:25 am

    I can see absolutely no justification for not showing
    the Reward, if still available, on the Findmadeleine

    After 3 years and not the merest clue as to what happened to Madeleine the site being used for donations and purchases of Merchandise would have had
    more visitors so spreading the word to tempt a snitch.

  5. Dan
    January 28th, 2011 at 10:33 am

    I think there is plenty of clue’s as to what happened to Madeleine.
    The scent of a cadaver in the McCann’s holiday apartment, in the hire car, on Kates clother’s, DNA found in the the hire car.
    Justice for Madeleine

  6. Gena
    October 11th, 2014 at 11:11 am

    We all know Madeleine died in that holiday glad or Keela would not have found her blood and Eddie would not have known the death smell. Having worked pulling bodies from cars, there is a VERY definitive ‘death smell’ which is also from our pet animals when they die too. I am able to pick up the death scent of a Syrian hamster as I’ve bred them for many years. Obviously them being nocturnal I them have to find the one. No way was the dog wrong, no way! Everyone who donated believing the money was for a hands on search throughout PDL and surroundings should receive a refund. The money wasn’t used for overturning stones, probably a few stones with her to weigh her down. If she is in Gerry’s sports bag, it will rot in salt water soon and if she’s in the sea, she will be washed up somewhere along the coast, blackened and bloated having decayed in the water but with the bag destroyed, the rocks weighting her down will be left behind.
    I am a rationally thinking person and I feel if she were elsewhere then would be found by now. They could’ve traveled a fair distance with the hire car having 500 unexplained extra miles.
    I also feel they confessed to the catholic priest who hurriedly left for a silent priest house where he may never reveal what he was told, they knew they were safe by confessing to him.

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