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Post by TheTruthWillOut on 07.09.14 17:45

The programme also returns to meet some of the relatives and survivors of Crimewatch appeals past to see how their lives have moved on. Amongst those featured are Kate and Gerry McCann, Shaun and Josie Russell and Sally Anne Bowman's father Paul.

Another spot on Crimewatch for the McCann's. As the case is still on-going/unsolved, I don't know why they are amongst these other victims families. For the ratings I suppose.....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04j5j8g

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Post by Tony Bennett on 07.09.14 17:51

@TheTruthWillOut wrote:
The programme also returns to meet some of the relatives and survivors of Crimewatch appeals past to see how their lives have moved on. Amongst those featured are Kate and Gerry McCann, Shaun and Josie Russell and Sally Anne Bowman's father Paul.

Another spot on Crimewatch for the McCann's. As the case is still on-going/unsolved, I don't know why they are amongst these other victims families. For the ratings I suppose.....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04j5j8g
Not I think for ratings.

The effect of this appearance IMO will be to further cement in the minds of the public that the McCanns are the victims of a terrible crime against them

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Re: Crimewatch 30th Anniversary (McCanns are guests) 16/09/2014

Post by TheTruthWillOut on 07.09.14 18:32

I don't think so Tony.

1, Nobody (the 99%) actually really cares to be "assured" over this case. They moved on years ago.

And

2, When pushed these (99%) of people don't believe what they've been told through the MSM.

If that's what this latest activity is all about it won't work. It will be utterly pointless and we'll be back to square one. 

I refer back to my username.  thumbsup

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Re: Crimewatch 30th Anniversary (McCanns are guests) 16/09/2014

Post by sanddancer on 07.09.14 18:41

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@TheTruthWillOut wrote:
The programme also returns to meet some of the relatives and survivors of Crimewatch appeals past to see how their lives have moved on. Amongst those featured are Kate and Gerry McCann, Shaun and Josie Russell and Sally Anne Bowman's father Paul.

Another spot on Crimewatch for the McCann's. As the case is still on-going/unsolved, I don't know why they are amongst these other victims families. For the ratings I suppose.....

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04j5j8g
Not I think for ratings.

The effect of this appearance IMO will be to further cement in the minds of the public that the McCanns are the victims of a terrible crime against them
Tony.maybe you could sit between Kate and Gerry like the prize poodle you have become to them.

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Post by worriedmum on 07.09.14 20:19

sanddancer wrote ''Tony.maybe you could sit between Kate and Gerry like the prize poodle you have become to them.''


Er, have you something you want to get off your chest, sanddancer?

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Re: Crimewatch 30th Anniversary (McCanns are guests) 16/09/2014

Post by BlueBag on 07.09.14 20:59

Outrageous.
Ridiculous.
Stupid.
Wrong.
Wrong.
Wrong.

If there is any more proof needed that they have the establishment backing them to the hilt then this is it.

What the hell is this all about?

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Post by Woofer on 07.09.14 21:35

my goodness - the money and effort being put into trying to prove the McCanns are innocent is almost comparable to the effort that NATO are going to to prove Putin is an aggressor.  Amazing.

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Post by BlueBag on 07.09.14 21:43

This is very big.

Whatever it is.

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Post by palm tree on 07.09.14 21:52

As BlueBag said = this is just all so WRONG 
IMO

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Post by Tony Bennett on 07.09.14 22:00

@BlueBag wrote:This is very big.

Whatever it is.
Yes. Former senior detctive John Stalker said the same thing over 7 years ago. He said: 'The McCanns are hiding a big secret'

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Re: Crimewatch 30th Anniversary (McCanns are guests) 16/09/2014

Post by Gaggzy on 07.09.14 22:16

@BlueBag wrote:This is very big.

Whatever it is.


In my opinion, all this protection afforded to the McCanns and friends is not for THEIR benefit (although they obviously are benefiting) it's all the others who were secretly present in PdL that week (politicians? celebrities? Royals? people with knighthoods? household names?) who were merrily swinging it to each other who are receiving top-level protection.

Almost as if it were the very first episode of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Outta Here! (but don't let anyone know we were here in the first place).  bomb

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Post by Nina on 07.09.14 22:43

@Gaggzy wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:This is very big.

Whatever it is.


In my opinion, all this protection afforded to the McCanns and friends is not for THEIR benefit (although they obviously are benefiting) it's all the others who were secretly present in PdL that week (politicians? celebrities? Royals? people with knighthoods? household names?) who were merrily swinging it to each other who are receiving top-level protection.

Almost as if it were the very first episode of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Outta Here! (but don't let anyone know we were here in the first place).  bomb

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With respect Gaggzy, such high powered and known people would not be mooching and smooching around Praia da Luz. They would be in a far more special and secure place.

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Post by plebgate on 08.09.14 9:38

Comment from Carol - wish the judgers and haters would crawl back under their stones.   eh.

Maybe Carol should take her own advice?

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Post by palm tree on 08.09.14 10:27

@Nina wrote:
@Gaggzy wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:This is very big.

Whatever it is.


In my opinion, all this protection afforded to the McCanns and friends is not for THEIR benefit (although they obviously are benefiting) it's all the others who were secretly present in PdL that week (politicians? celebrities? Royals? people with knighthoods? household names?) who were merrily swinging it to each other who are receiving top-level protection.

Almost as if it were the very first episode of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Outta Here! (but don't let anyone know we were here in the first place).  bomb

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With respect Gaggzy, such high powered and known people would not be mooching and smooching around Praia da Luz. They would be in a far more special and secure place.
I also think if this was about high powered and known people, this case would've been closed and forgotten about along time ago. But the mcs are still free and still getting donations to the fund (although hopefully a lot less).
IMO

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Post by sar on 08.09.14 11:03

@palm tree wrote:
@Nina wrote:
@Gaggzy wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:This is very big.

Whatever it is.


In my opinion, all this protection afforded to the McCanns and friends is not for THEIR benefit (although they obviously are benefiting) it's all the others who were secretly present in PdL that week (politicians? celebrities? Royals? people with knighthoods? household names?) who were merrily swinging it to each other who are receiving top-level protection.

Almost as if it were the very first episode of I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Outta Here! (but don't let anyone know we were here in the first place).  bomb

shark

With respect Gaggzy, such high powered and known people would not be mooching and smooching around Praia da Luz. They would be in a far more special and secure place.
I also think if this was about high powered and known people, this case would've been closed and forgotten about along time ago. But the mcs are still free and still getting donations to the fund (although hopefully a lot less).
IMO
this is all being managed in a "timely manner", think NOTW, they knew AC would cop it in Scotland so why not make him the scapegoat for both jurisdictions?   Leaving RB off the hook, just good "housekeeping"  tidying up loose ends n'all that!

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Extract from Crimewatch article in this week's "Radio Times"

Post by Guest on 15.09.14 9:30

... "The show is 30 years old this year, an occasion that is being marked by an episode with a number of special features, including a new interview with Kate and Gerry McCann, as well as relatives of other high-profile murder victims in which Crimewatch helped play a role in securing a conviction.

The McCanns, of course, need no introduction.  Since their daughter Madeleine went missing from an apartment in the Portugese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007, their plight has haunted many parents.  A Crimewatch appeal for new information in October last year helped re-energise the police investigation and provide new leads.

As part of that appeal the couple were interviewed by Young, who confesses that it was one of the more challenging episodes of her career.  "You are asking two people to relive the most appalling day of their life, one I can't even begin to conjure," she says.  "Any parent has that moment of 'What happened, where are they?' - and if you have it for three seconds it's torture.  So the idea they have lived with that all these years...you can't imagine it.  Then you are asking them to relive it all over again.  It's not something you do without geat thought."

She was left admiring their strength.  "They're very together, they held each other's hands throughout the interview.  They have a great but incomplete family - and that's the point.  They are fundamentally driven by the fact that there are no knowns beyond the fact that their lovely little girl was taken from her room."

What also struck her, as it has when meeting any family with a relative who has been taken from them in brutal fashion, is what she calls the "ripple effect" of the aftermath.  "Particularly with murder, it profoundly affects everyone who loved the victim," she says.  "It's not just the parents, it's the siblings, grandparents, the cousins, friends.  I remember Kate McCann telling me that one of her preoccupations was how she was going to tell Madeleine's grandparents she was missing.  She knew it was going to utterly change their lives, too.  We often forget that."

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Post by PeterMac on 15.09.14 9:34

Ladyinred wrote:... "The show is 30 years old this year, an occasion that is being marked by an episode with a number of special features, including a new interview with Kate and Gerry McCann, as well as relatives of other high-profile murder victims in which Crimewatch helped play a role in securing a conviction.

Have I read that correctly ?

As well as relatives of OTHER HIGH-PROFILE MURDER VICTIMS, in which Crime watch helped secure a conviction.

Is that what they meant to say ?

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Post by HelenMeg on 15.09.14 9:40

Ladyinred wrote:... "The show is 30 years old this year, an occasion that is being marked by an episode with a number of special features, including a new interview with Kate and Gerry McCann, as well as relatives of other high-profile murder victims in which Crimewatch helped play a role in securing a conviction.

The McCanns, of course, need no introduction.  Since their daughter Madeleine went missing from an apartment in the Portugese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007, their plight has haunted many parents.  A Crimewatch appeal for new information in October last year helped re-energise the police investigation and provide new leads.

As part of that appeal the couple were interviewed by Young, who confesses that it was one of the more challenging episodes of her career.  "You are asking two people to relive the most appalling day of their life, one I can't even begin to conjure," she says.  "Any parent has that moment of 'What happened, where are they?' - and if you have it for three seconds it's torture.  So the idea they have lived with that all these years...you can't imagine it.  Then you are asking them to relive it all over again.  It's not something you do without geat thought."

She was left admiring their strength.  "They're very together, they held each other's hands throughout the interview.  They have a great but incomplete family - and that's the point.  They are fundamentally driven by the fact that there are no knowns beyond the fact that their lovely little girl was taken from her room."

What also struck her, as it has when meeting any family with a relative who has been taken from them in brutal fashion, is what she calls the "ripple effect" of the aftermath.  "Particularly with murder, it profoundly affects everyone who loved the victim," she says.  "It's not just the parents, it's the siblings, grandparents, the cousins, friends.  I remember Kate McCann telling me that one of her preoccupations was how she was going to tell Madeleine's grandparents she was missing.  She knew it was going to utterly change their lives, too.  We often forget that."
It is just unbelievable that they can make such a statement. The case is still an open investigation with the PJ in Portugal and SY in UK.  The parents and friends have made highly questionable statements in their interviews. It is also unbelievable that someone supposedly intelligent such as Ms Young is still fawning.
What is the UK coming to ?

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Re: Crimewatch 30th Anniversary (McCanns are guests) 16/09/2014

Post by Rogue-a-Tory on 15.09.14 9:50

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:This is very big.

Whatever it is.
Yes. Former senior detctive John Stalker said the same thing over 7 years ago. He said: 'The McCanns are hiding a big secret'
Crack what's being covered up and this case will unravel very quickly. Won't need the forensic evidence as the TM will be hung out to dry.

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Re: Crimewatch 30th Anniversary (McCanns are guests) 16/09/2014

Post by BlueBag on 15.09.14 10:01

@HelenMeg wrote:
Ladyinred wrote:... "The show is 30 years old this year, an occasion that is being marked by an episode with a number of special features, including a new interview with Kate and Gerry McCann, as well as relatives of other high-profile murder victims in which Crimewatch helped play a role in securing a conviction.

The McCanns, of course, need no introduction.  Since their daughter Madeleine went missing from an apartment in the Portugese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007, their plight has haunted many parents.  A Crimewatch appeal for new information in October last year helped re-energise the police investigation and provide new leads.

As part of that appeal the couple were interviewed by Young, who confesses that it was one of the more challenging episodes of her career.  "You are asking two people to relive the most appalling day of their life, one I can't even begin to conjure," she says.  "Any parent has that moment of 'What happened, where are they?' - and if you have it for three seconds it's torture.  So the idea they have lived with that all these years...you can't imagine it.  Then you are asking them to relive it all over again.  It's not something you do without geat thought."

She was left admiring their strength.  "They're very together, they held each other's hands throughout the interview.  They have a great but incomplete family - and that's the point.  They are fundamentally driven by the fact that there are no knowns beyond the fact that their lovely little girl was taken from her room."

What also struck her, as it has when meeting any family with a relative who has been taken from them in brutal fashion, is what she calls the "ripple effect" of the aftermath.  "Particularly with murder, it profoundly affects everyone who loved the victim," she says.  "It's not just the parents, it's the siblings, grandparents, the cousins, friends.  I remember Kate McCann telling me that one of her preoccupations was how she was going to tell Madeleine's grandparents she was missing.  She knew it was going to utterly change their lives, too.  We often forget that."
It is just unbelievable that they can make such a statement. The case is still an open investigation with the PJ in Portugal and SY in UK.  The parents and friends have made highly questionable statements in their interviews. It is also unbelievable that someone supposedly intelligent such as Ms Young is still fawning.
What is the UK coming to ?

I repeat this big... whatever it is.

The effort being made on their behalf by the establishment is staggering.

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Post by Rogue-a-Tory on 15.09.14 10:42

@BlueBag wrote:
@HelenMeg wrote:
Ladyinred wrote:... "The show is 30 years old this year, an occasion that is being marked by an episode with a number of special features, including a new interview with Kate and Gerry McCann, as well as relatives of other high-profile murder victims in which Crimewatch helped play a role in securing a conviction.

The McCanns, of course, need no introduction.  Since their daughter Madeleine went missing from an apartment in the Portugese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007, their plight has haunted many parents.  A Crimewatch appeal for new information in October last year helped re-energise the police investigation and provide new leads.

As part of that appeal the couple were interviewed by Young, who confesses that it was one of the more challenging episodes of her career.  "You are asking two people to relive the most appalling day of their life, one I can't even begin to conjure," she says.  "Any parent has that moment of 'What happened, where are they?' - and if you have it for three seconds it's torture.  So the idea they have lived with that all these years...you can't imagine it.  Then you are asking them to relive it all over again.  It's not something you do without geat thought."

She was left admiring their strength.  "They're very together, they held each other's hands throughout the interview.  They have a great but incomplete family - and that's the point.  They are fundamentally driven by the fact that there are no knowns beyond the fact that their lovely little girl was taken from her room."

What also struck her, as it has when meeting any family with a relative who has been taken from them in brutal fashion, is what she calls the "ripple effect" of the aftermath.  "Particularly with murder, it profoundly affects everyone who loved the victim," she says.  "It's not just the parents, it's the siblings, grandparents, the cousins, friends.  I remember Kate McCann telling me that one of her preoccupations was how she was going to tell Madeleine's grandparents she was missing.  She knew it was going to utterly change their lives, too.  We often forget that."
It is just unbelievable that they can make such a statement. The case is still an open investigation with the PJ in Portugal and SY in UK.  The parents and friends have made highly questionable statements in their interviews. It is also unbelievable that someone supposedly intelligent such as Ms Young is still fawning.
What is the UK coming to ?

I repeat this big... whatever it is.

The effort being made on their behalf by the establishment is staggering.
IMO the roads lead to MSM

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Re: Crimewatch 30th Anniversary (McCanns are guests) 16/09/2014

Post by HelenMeg on 15.09.14 11:29

@Rogue-a-Tory wrote:
@BlueBag wrote:
@HelenMeg wrote:
Ladyinred wrote:... "The show is 30 years old this year, an occasion that is being marked by an episode with a number of special features, including a new interview with Kate and Gerry McCann, as well as relatives of other high-profile murder victims in which Crimewatch helped play a role in securing a conviction.

The McCanns, of course, need no introduction.  Since their daughter Madeleine went missing from an apartment in the Portugese resort of Praia da Luz in May 2007, their plight has haunted many parents.  A Crimewatch appeal for new information in October last year helped re-energise the police investigation and provide new leads.

As part of that appeal the couple were interviewed by Young, who confesses that it was one of the more challenging episodes of her career.  "You are asking two people to relive the most appalling day of their life, one I can't even begin to conjure," she says.  "Any parent has that moment of 'What happened, where are they?' - and if you have it for three seconds it's torture.  So the idea they have lived with that all these years...you can't imagine it.  Then you are asking them to relive it all over again.  It's not something you do without geat thought."

She was left admiring their strength.  "They're very together, they held each other's hands throughout the interview.  They have a great but incomplete family - and that's the point.  They are fundamentally driven by the fact that there are no knowns beyond the fact that their lovely little girl was taken from her room."

What also struck her, as it has when meeting any family with a relative who has been taken from them in brutal fashion, is what she calls the "ripple effect" of the aftermath.  "Particularly with murder, it profoundly affects everyone who loved the victim," she says.  "It's not just the parents, it's the siblings, grandparents, the cousins, friends.  I remember Kate McCann telling me that one of her preoccupations was how she was going to tell Madeleine's grandparents she was missing.  She knew it was going to utterly change their lives, too.  We often forget that."
It is just unbelievable that they can make such a statement. The case is still an open investigation with the PJ in Portugal and SY in UK.  The parents and friends have made highly questionable statements in their interviews. It is also unbelievable that someone supposedly intelligent such as Ms Young is still fawning.
What is the UK coming to ?

I repeat this big... whatever it is.

The effort being made on their behalf by the establishment is staggering.
IMO the roads lead to MSM
It is staggering - and it makes me ashamed of this country - no wonder Scots want to break free - (please take Gezza with you  if you go )

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Re: Crimewatch 30th Anniversary (McCanns are guests) 16/09/2014

Post by Guest on 15.09.14 11:48

Agree, HelenMeg.  It's not just Kirsty Young, who I used to regard as an intelligent woman, it's the Crimewatch team and the BBC who need to be challenged on the stance taken by this programme towards the parents.  I don't know why Mr&Mrs are featuring in this special edition, as no-one has been charged or convicted of any crime relating to their daughter's disappearance.  As you say, it's an on-going investigation.

What has Crimewatch actually contributed to bringing to justice those who are responsible for the disappearance of MBM?

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Post by Rogue-a-Tory on 15.09.14 11:58

@HelenMeg wrote:It is staggering - and it makes me ashamed of this country - no wonder Scots want to break free - (please take Gezza with you  if you go )
 Wouldn't be so certain there aren't Scottish fingerprints and DNA over all of this.

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