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Post  Freedom on Fri 01 Dec 2017, 9:41 pm

He doesn't appear to have lacked proper employment in recent years.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sergey-malinka-4476445
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Post  Inca on Sat 02 Dec 2017, 11:03 pm

Jaw dropping reading the new thread on CMOMM.  affraid  The Sunday mirror has a story on Sergei Malinka and TB has posted and even by his standards this seems almost hysterical, Sergey M has responded. Never seen anything like it.Shocked
I'm afraid can't do links to the article.
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Post  Rosa canina on Sat 02 Dec 2017, 11:13 pm

I love how TB's taken to addressing Mr Malinka in broken English :

"You are in very serious situation."


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Post  chirpyinsect on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 7:42 am

I have attempted to send a message to SM asking if he is aware that someone claiming to be him is posting on a MM forum. I did this through LinkedIn but not hopeful he will respond. You get the opportunity to attach a message to your connection request but you only get so far before it kicks you out. Will update you all if I hear anything but don't hold your breath.

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Post  niklasericson on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 9:01 am

I asked Malinka if he could sign up here and then we can talk to him and ask questions in a adult way and not in the sandbox.

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Post  unreorganised on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 9:33 am

Freedom wrote:He doesn't appear to have lacked proper employment in recent years.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sergey-malinka-4476445

Folks' linkedin profiles have a tendency to be "embellished".
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Post  Lee T G on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 10:17 am

Inca wrote:Jaw dropping reading the new thread on CMOMM.  affraid  The Sunday mirror has a story on Sergei Malinka and TB has posted and even by his standards this seems almost hysterical, Sergey M has responded. Never seen anything like it.Shocked
I'm afraid can't do links to the article.

Even by their standards the hysterics over there are off the scale. I could copy them over but I think we get the gist by now.
One thing, Sergey as Doisgaoles was banned so he came back with MS1S and was banned again so then he comes back as VerdiIsFullofBeans - which has disappeared as he has now been reinstated as Doisgaloes.
He would get a better ride, here, agreed, but he is telling us nothing we don't already know, be that over the road and/or on Twitter.
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Post  Antonia on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 10:42 am

unreorganised wrote:
Freedom wrote:He doesn't appear to have lacked proper employment in recent years.

https://www.linkedin.com/in/sergey-malinka-4476445

Folks' linkedin profiles have a tendency to be "embellished".

I couldn't agree more Unreorganised.

I think you are a little innocent Freedom if you believe everything on a LinkedIn page.

Last month, a friend suggested I look at the LinkedIn profile of a mutual acquaintance whose background I knew well. The person was unemployed for the past 3 years and was currently on some sort of govt scheme where you start your own business.  On LinkedIn he sounded like superman, apparently being a self employed consultant for years with three different consultancy businesses and also mentoring international business men in a specialist area. Most of it was untrue but where there was some truth, it very 'embellished' to use the polite word Unreorganised chose!  While I had background knowledge, it would have been obvious to an intelligent person looking at the page that much of it was over the top. For instance this 'well respected consultant' only had 12 connections not what you would expect from someone who was meant to be working at this level for years. A quick check in Company House would have established that there was no business name registered or company registered with the name he gave for the consultancy companies he claimed to run. The fact that he clearly did not consider that people might check what he claimed - or did he even know that they could easily check?

If I had the time I would check Malinka's work claims. Somebody might work where they say, but the job might be part-time and/or low level and poorly paid. Job titles are often misleading and make a routine job sound like a management one. I do suspect Malinka hasn't had it easy in recent years. I don't blame anyone for a bit of creativity on LinkedIn or a CV - but its daft to make it obvious that its less than truthful.
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Post  Freedom on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 10:45 am

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Post  Freedom on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 11:12 am

I take your point, Antonia. I should know not to believe everything I read!

By the way, the news that Sergey re-registered in a name like Verdi Is Full Of Beans (spaces added for clarity) makes his authenticity even more unlikely in my opinion.
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Post  candyfloss on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 11:17 am

Daily Mail take on the story....


My life as a Madeleine McCann suspect': Russian computer expert reveals the threats, 'blackmail and bribery' he faced after being probed by cops over girl's disappearance


  • Sergey Malinka, 32, was named as a suspect after Maddy went missing in 2007
  • Detectives noted he contacted another suspect shortly after her disappearance
  • His name was raised again in 2014 when Scotland Yard officers questioned him
  • Malinka was cleared of all suspicion, but says he endured 'bribes and threats'
  • He has teamed up with British author David S Jones to write Collateral Damage
  • Police are still investigating 10 years after Madeleine McCann, 3, disappeared

By Shari Miller For Mailonline
Published: 09:52, 3 December 2017 | Updated: 09:52, 3 December 2017


A Russian computer expert named as a suspect in the Madeleine McCann case is set to reveal the 'bribing, threatening and blackmailing' he claims he endured in a new book about the long-running investigation.
Sergey Malinka, 32, was named by Portuguese police as an aguido, or suspect, shortly after Madeleine disappeared in Praia da Luz, in 2007.
He became a person of interest after detectives noted that he had contacted another suspect at 11.30pm on May 3, 2007, around an hour-and-a-half after police were first called over the missing three-year-old. 
Malinka was also said to have fitted the description of a man seen close to the hotel where the McCanns were staying.
His apartment was searched and computers seized. Malinka's car was then firebombed and the word 'Fala', meaning 'speak' scrawled in red paint outside his apartment.  
At the time, Malinka said:  'The disappearance of a child is always difficult. No parent would want any of that to happen to anyone.



'So I wish and truly hope that Madeleine will be found and returned to her parents.
'I have a clear conscience. I have nothing to worry about.'
Then in 2014, Malinka's name was briefly raised again as a suspect because of an investigation by Scotland Yard detectives. 
While he was told he was no longer under suspicion,  Malinka claims there has been an impact on his business and personal life from being connected to the investigation.



Now a decade on, he has teamed up with British author David S. Jones, the co-creator of popular children's series, Fireman Sam, and who also lives in Praia da Luz, to write Collateral Damage, a book about his experiences. 
Malinka, who is set to become a father, said he wants to clear his name so that his child does not have to grow up in the shadow of suspicion that has hung over him for a decade. 
Announcing his intention to publish the book next year via Kickstarter, Malinka said in a video: 'There was alot of slandering and facts that weren't checked.
'Ten years has passed, but every time I think about this it's very difficult for me.
'You will find out the most revealing details about my story –  the bribing, the threatening, the blackmailing, the defamation and just general aggravation from the public.'
Speaking to the Sunday Express, he added: 'I was 22 years old when it happened, a young man alone in a foreign country.

'I have been driven to the point of dejection, being involved in a web of lies, betrayals and threats. 
'The deceits of others have driven me to the edge of despair, sometimes to the point of no return, but time heals even the deepest wounds.'




The search to discover what happened to Madeleine McCann - Operation Grange - is one of the longest, most high-profile and costly police investigations in history.

Launched in May 2011, officers have sifted (and translated) 40,000 documents produced by Portuguese police who conducted the initial investigation, and by the eight teams of private detectives who have worked on the case.
Some 600 'persons of interest' have been examined and 'sightings' of Madeleine — in Brazil, India, Morocco and Paraguay, on a German plane and in a New Zealand supermarket — assessed.



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Author David S Jones has teamed up with Sergey Malinka to write Collateral Damage
The team have taken 1,338 statements and collected 1,027 exhibits. Officers have probed more than 60 people of interest while the team has considered 650 sex offenders. 
In total, there have been 8,685 potential sightings of Madeline across the globe. 


Over the past few months, the Grange team — now down to four detectives from a peak of 31 — has been criss-crossing Europe trying to locate a 'woman in purple', who is of interest to the investigation.
Their budget had been due to run out in September, but officers are understood to have used the 'woman in purple' line of investigation to persuade the Home Office — which is financing the inquiry from central government funds — to grant a six-month extension.
The £154,000 agreed will allow inquiries to continue until March, taking the total spent on Operation Grange near to £12million.



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5140691/Russian-reveals-threats-blackamail-Maddy-suspect.html

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Post  Lee T G on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 11:20 am

Freedom wrote:I take your point, Antonia. I should know not to believe everything I read!

By the way, the news that Sergey re-registered in a name like Verdi Is Full Of Beans (spaces added for clarity) makes his authenticity even more unlikely in my opinion.

That name was in retaliation to Verdi for, how can I put this, questioning the validity of his nomenclature.
Whether it is him or not remains moot; however the resultant discord and the haste to bully members is once more highlighted and helps nobody.
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Post  unreorganised on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 11:33 am


Is this the same Daily Mirror that plays host to the crazed rantings of fecked up troll bitch Carole Malone? I'd be more inclined to believe the word of Sergei Malinka, if I was forced to choose.
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Post  Freedom on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 11:50 am

I get the impression that Carole Malone isn't your favourite journalist!

She's hardly the worst of the bunch though when you think of people like Antonella Lazzeri (who thankfully seems to have been pensioned off) and the ghastly mind-bogglingly stupid Lorraine Kelly.
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Post  Heisenburg on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 8:05 pm


Netflix were in touch with Mr Jones I believe,wonder if Malinka was on their radar?
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Post  Heisenburg on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 8:06 pm



Is this part true?

Sergey Malinka, 32, was named by Portuguese police as an aguido, or suspect, shortly after Madeleine disappeared in Praia da Luz, in 2007.

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Post  candyfloss on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 8:26 pm

Heisenburg wrote:


Is this part true?

Sergey Malinka, 32, was named by Portuguese police as an aguido, or suspect, shortly after Madeleine disappeared in Praia da Luz, in 2007.


I think he was made  an arguido  later on in 2014 - I believe at the behest of Op Grange....... worth reading this article


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28123433


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it is clear that the latest developments in the Madeleine McCann case are the result of the detailed, painstaking work being done by British police officers working on Operation Grange.
As their investigation continues, they formally request assistance from the Portuguese police. It is at the request of Scotland Yard officers that four potential new suspects - or arguidos - and 11 potential witnesses are being interviewed.



One of the four "persons of interest" - or arguidos - questioned was Sergey Malinka. He has always denied any involvement.
Mr Malinka, a Russian-born website designer with Portuguese nationality, was questioned as a witness in 2007 when Madeleine went missing.
On Tuesday, Mr Malinka and another suspect left the central police station in Faro after they were interviewed.
A third person, who is said to be suffering from severe schizophrenia, remained inside the police headquarters after the other two had left.
All of those being questioned are Portuguese citizens. They have all been summoned to be interviewed; there have been no arrests.

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Post  candyfloss on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 8:28 pm


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Post  candyfloss on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 8:33 pm

I may as well put the whole article here from my link above, about the re-questioning of the 4 suspects in 2014




Madeleine McCann inquiry: Police finish questioning



  • 2 July 2014



Madeleine McCann investigation



  •  Madeleine McCann: Timeline and search maps  


  •  Madeleine search keeps focus on resort  


  •  Worry in Luz at new Madeleine search  


  •  McCanns tell of police 'frustrations'  

     


Questioning of four suspects in the Madeleine McCann investigation has concluded without any new developments, a source has told the BBC.
The source close to the inquiry played down the significance of the interviews carried out in Portugal on Tuesday.
Portuguese detectives in Faro were observed during the questioning by officers from the Met Police, which is conducting its own investigation.
Madeleine disappeared aged three in the Algarve resort of Praia da Luz in 2007.

Requests confidential

The source told the BBC: "Questioning of the four suspects was concluded yesterday evening. Unfortunately the interviews have led to no new developments and we are back where we were seven years ago."
The source added: "The 'arguido' [suspect] status was given to the suspects to protect them. It gives them legal rights including the right to remain silent and to have a lawyer present during interviews.


Analysis

Jeremy Cooke, BBC News in Praia da Luz
Image copyright Reuters
It is clear that the latest developments in the Madeleine McCann case are the result of the detailed, painstaking work being done by British police officers working on Operation Grange.
As their investigation continues, they formally request assistance from the Portuguese police. It is at the request of Scotland Yard officers that four potential new suspects - or arguidos - and 11 potential witnesses are being interviewed.
Those interviews involve detectives from both countries; the Portuguese asking the questions, while the British monitor proceedings.
It is not clear what potential link the British team believe may exist between the "suspects" and the disappearance of the three year-old. But clearly there are lines of inquiry they believe are worth following up.
There are, however, clear tensions here. With one source close to the case saying that the investigation is going nowhere and "we are back where we were seven years ago".


"They were declared arguido due to being identified as suspects in a letter of international request sent by the British to the Portuguese authorities."
The Portuguese Attorney General's Office in Lisbon issued a brief statement about the questioning of the four suspects.
It said that requests from the British authorities had been carried out but the content of these requests would remain confidential.

No arrests

Police have begun the process of interviewing 11 witnesses, which also relates to official requests from the Metropolitan Police.
The source indicated that two tracker dogs from the UK could be used in searching a vehicle thought to belong to one of the witnesses. No time or location was given for this.
One of the four "persons of interest" - or arguidos - questioned was Sergey Malinka. He has always denied any involvement.
Mr Malinka, a Russian-born website designer with Portuguese nationality, was questioned as a witness in 2007 when Madeleine went missing.
On Tuesday, Mr Malinka and another suspect left the central police station in Faro after they were interviewed.
A third person, who is said to be suffering from severe schizophrenia, remained inside the police headquarters after the other two had left.
All of those being questioned are Portuguese citizens. They have all been summoned to be interviewed; there have been no arrests.
                                   
The status of arguidos in the Portuguese judicial system refers to individuals whom police may reasonably suspect are linked to a crime.
In June, Portuguese and British officers searched three sites in Praia da Luz but found no evidence relating to the case.
Scotland Yard said at the time that "more activity" had been agreed with Portuguese police and the searches were the "first phase" of a major investigation.
The McCann family - from Rothley, Leicestershire - were staying in an apartment in Praia da Luz when Madeleine was last seen.
Her parents had been at a restaurant near their apartment when she went missing

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Post  Heisenburg on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 8:47 pm

candyfloss wrote:
Heisenburg wrote:


Is this part true?

Sergey Malinka, 32, was named by Portuguese police as an aguido, or suspect, shortly after Madeleine disappeared in Praia da Luz, in 2007.


I think he was made  an arguido  later on in 2014 - I believe at the behest of Op Grange....... worth reading this article


http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28123433


snipped

it is clear that the latest developments in the Madeleine McCann case are the result of the detailed, painstaking work being done by British police officers working on Operation Grange.
As their investigation continues, they formally request assistance from the Portuguese police. It is at the request of Scotland Yard officers that four potential new suspects - or arguidos - and 11 potential witnesses are being interviewed.



One of the four "persons of interest" - or arguidos - questioned was Sergey Malinka. He has always denied any involvement.
Mr Malinka, a Russian-born website designer with Portuguese nationality, was questioned as a witness in 2007 when Madeleine went missing.
On Tuesday, Mr Malinka and another suspect left the central police station in Faro after they were interviewed.
A third person, who is said to be suffering from severe schizophrenia, remained inside the police headquarters after the other two had left.
All of those being questioned are Portuguese citizens. They have all been summoned to be interviewed; there have been no arrests.


I was questioning the article saying arguido shortly after Madeleine went missing or rather reported missing.
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Post  candyfloss on Sun 03 Dec 2017, 8:56 pm

Yes, I realised that that is why I posted that he was made arguido in 2014.  I think there were only 3 arguidos at the start of the investigation and when the case was shelved, namely KM, GM and RM.  I think that is correct, someone can put me right if not.

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Post  Inca on Mon 04 Dec 2017, 2:38 pm

I don't know what to make of the recent revelations of Mr Malinka, according to other places he is saying he was treated badly by GA and the PJ?  So whilst I understand he wnts to put his side , am left wondering what has suddenly brought on these allegations out of the blue. Something doesn't feel right about it to me. Anways we will have another video from him shortly, perhaps with more revelations.
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Post  Bampots on Wed 06 Dec 2017, 6:31 pm

Here is some Malinka thoughts to ponder.....more on Textusa latest blog for anyone interested. ( i posted this here as it refers to thread title?)

http://textusa.blogspot.co.uk/2017/12/red-card.html?m=1#comment-form



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[*]Textusa6 Dec 2017, 16:13:00
Our Malinka comment #4:

On the video promoting Malinka’s book, David S Jones, says the following:

“He’s [Sergey Malinka] finding, he finds it hard to get a job because of the left overs and the mud that is stuck to him that was slung by the media and it’s gone on for over 10 years and he just wants his life to be calm and a normal life”.

Sergey Malinka has a real estate business called Live Algarve, of which he’s co-founder, together with Eva Krauland.:
https://angel.co/live-algarve

In his profile there it is said:
https://angel.co/sergey-malinka-1

“Sergey Malinka 
Founder Live Algarve • Worked at @Bloomberg, @Unilever • Studied at @Moscow State University
Lagos Moscow State University”

The man who started the Kickstarter page is an employee:
https://angel.co/didia_sc

“Dmitry Laier 
Project Management: Agile practice. Knowledge Management
Product Management, Strategic Planning - Innovation games, Business Model Generation, Business Games 
CTO Lagos Taganrog Institute of... 
dlaier.ru”

Malinka’s professional life was mentioned by the Ghoul Tour blogger about a year and a half ago, on May 10 2016:

“Mr Malinka has been a peripheral figure in our lives recently. He is working from a base near Lagos, with his girlfriend, in a upmarket estate agency that he owns. The average property he deals in is perhaps €3 million, and Mr Malinka appears to be doing well. The property market seems to be recovering here in general. The government has an incentive scheme in place for anyone spending €500,000 plus. So the top end of the market is doing particularly well again.

We happened to be in touch with a group of foreign investors who want enough land to build an entire urbanisation, and Mr Malinka was able to come up with a suitable large plot of land instantly. These type of deals seldom go through straightforwardly. The investors have the whole world to pick from, so whether they choose Portugal is anyone’s guess.

In brief, Mr Malinka appears to be well-established in a well-paid line of work, and is getting on with his life without concerning himself with Madeleine.”

Mr Malinka, a year and a half ago was doing pretty well financially. He wasn’t looking and we find odd for him to be looking for one as he owns a business that, at least half a year ago, was doing pretty well.

David S Jones words make no sense.

When he wrote these words, the Ghoul Tour blogger was much a Praia da Luz resident as David S Jones.
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Textusa6 Dec 2017, 16:20:00
On May 10 2016, the Ghoul Tour blogger says this:

“We happened to be in touch with a group of foreign investors who want enough land to build an entire urbanisation, and Mr Malinka was able to come up with a suitable large plot of land instantly.”

But then on Oct 26 2016, the same Ghoul Tour blogger has this to say (our caps):

“From my blog, Mr Bennett selected an obscure reference to Sergei Malinka. I HAVE NEVER MET OR COMMUNICATED WITH MR MALINKA. A while back, upon learning that Mr Malinka was still in the area and was now working in property, I managed to find on the Internet some material about his estate agency. That is the closest I personally have got to Mr Malinka. Once posted on my blog, Mr Bennett promptly lifted it and re-posted it on CMoMM. So Mr Bennett is as close to Mr Malinka as I am.”

Which is it?


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Textusa6 Dec 2017, 16:31:00
Our Malinka comment #5:

On May 17 2007, the media reports that Sergey Malinka was 22.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6664271.stm

“A Russian man questioned in Portugal over the disappearance of Madeleine McCann has denied any involvement. 

IT expert Sergey Malinka, 22, was taken to a police station in Portimao and computer equipment was removed from his flat in Praia da Luz, Algarve.”

David S Jones says: “I met Sergey, something in the lines of about 17 years ago, he came to work in my restaurant as a very young man. And, later on he became an IT specialist and I used him to fix my broken computers and not only I but my family and all my friends use Serge for quite a long time to fix our, fix our… our computers.”

That would be the year 2000.

The legal age to work in Portugal is 16 and one has to have the minimum education (which is 9º ano)
http://www.e-konomista.pt/artigo/idade-minima-para-trabalhar-em-portugal

Did David S Jones hire a 15 yr old?
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Textusa6 Dec 2017, 16:39:00
Our Malinka comment #6:

As per our Malinka comment #4, Sergey Malinka on his business estate website says that he “Studied at @Moscow State University”

In the PJ Files, Sergey Malinka’s mother, Svetlana, says:

“The witness [Svetlana Malinka] has been in Portugal since August 1999, having always resided in Praia da Luz - Lagos.”
http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/SERGEY-MALINKA.htm#p7p1843

That means they moved to Portugal when Sergey Malinka was 13/14.

As we saw on our Malinka comment #5, David S Jones hired him in 2000, when he was 15.

So we ask Mr Malinka: when and what did you study at Moscow State University?

A very simple and non-controversial question to ask and to which we are not seeing other than a very simple and straightforward answer.
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