Sunday, February 12, 2012

#NHS : Dr. Matthew Oldfields Alleged ' CHECK'

May 4th, 2007 statement:

That the light in question was from an artificial source but not inside the bedroom, rather from outside through the bedroom window. That it seemed to him that the shutters of the bedroom window were open without knowing if the window was also open.

May 10th, 2007 statement:

He recalls having thought that in that bedroom there was more brightness than there was in his daughter's room (where the external blinds were always fully closed), adding to have had the feeling that that light was coming from the outside – making the point that both were turned in the same direction.
Consequently, he admits the possibility of the light he was perceiving was owing to the blinds being raised, denying however that he was capable of assessing the height at which it may have been.

April 2008 statement: 

"..and I can’t see the shutters because the curtains were shut and, they’re similar curtains to the ones you’ve got in there, and you just get an impression of just like green and yellow, but they were closed, they weren’t sort of blowing about, because I’m sure I’d have noticed if there was sort of movement like that. But the room seemed light, and we spent a lot of time talking about this, whether it could be light coming in from the street outside, but there was a light behind us in the room and for some reason I thought, I got the impression of light coming through the doorway from behind me.."

 Matthew Oldfield is a medic but one must wonder if he has a problem with his eye a sworn statement he told police the curtains were green and yellow . The room light enough for Oldfield to see the twins breathing but not light enough to see Madeleine and the curtains are clearly a shade of p├Čnk !

The room: Madeleine's bed, left, the twins' cots and an empty bed under the shuttered window