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Post by Realist on 18.12.14 15:41

@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.

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Post by Joss on 18.12.14 15:42

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They will always support this bogus kidnapping theory primarily to keep the money rolling in

Not primarily to keep the money rolling in, but primarily to retain their liberty and assets. The McCanns actually would have more to fear from a UK prosecution on the fraud aspect where the Met. Police do have jurisdiction than from a Portuguese manslaughter prosecution.

In the case of a UK conviction for fraud, there would be aggravating circumstances which would merit a 10 yr. strech plus a confiscation order, whereas a Portuguese conviction for manslaughter would probably only result in a 4/5 sentence with no financial confiscation proceedings.
Would the charge in Portugal have been Manslaughter though if Madeleine's body was autopsied and there were signs of drugging or abuse?

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Post by Joss on 18.12.14 15:44

@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.
They could of been put in jail for either, IMO.

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Post by woodforthetrees on 18.12.14 15:47

@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:

And do you think the other tapas lot also concocted the stories about checking their kids? 

Absolutely!! Hence why it is vital that they all stick to the 'child checking rota' story.

If the truth comes out that the window of opportunity was longer than the "kidnapper took her in a 3 minute window" (tosh)...long enough for someone to enter the apartment (stranger or known within the group), undertake a sick act, tidy the scene, leave without a trace with the body but leaving cadaver scent everywhere (so a minimum of 2-3hrs in 5a then) then they are all up to their necks in it, as non of them were doing any checking, other than to check the alcohol % on the backs of the wine bottles they were guzzling at the restaurant.
Then that implies they all know what happened to Madeleine and are all complicit in a crime. Don't know if they would all put themselves in it that far for the McC's? Were they all really such close friends? I can't imagine.
And what if one of them tells, or will they all take their dirty little secret to the grave?

IMO i think they all know that non of the kids were being checked, so would be guilty of negligence......but....without a body, or the safe return of Madeleine, this cannot be proven, so the longer it keeps going, the safer they are. 

The tapas group won't be covering anything up specifically for the McCanns, but more to cover their ar5es! If the McCanns are guilty of falsifying the child checking rota and the others agreed it...they are guilty too!

The only time the secret will be revealed is when either the perpetrator is caught and talks (about the timeline/events) or one of them admits they weren't checking (never happen).

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Post by woodforthetrees on 18.12.14 15:48

@Joss wrote:
@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.
They could of been put in jail for either, IMO.

No child found/body= no neglect, as they can argue that it was a 3 min window of opportunity when she was 'snatched'

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Post by Joss on 18.12.14 15:51

@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:

And do you think the other tapas lot also concocted the stories about checking their kids? 

Absolutely!! Hence why it is vital that they all stick to the 'child checking rota' story.

If the truth comes out that the window of opportunity was longer than the "kidnapper took her in a 3 minute window" (tosh)...long enough for someone to enter the apartment (stranger or known within the group), undertake a sick act, tidy the scene, leave without a trace with the body but leaving cadaver scent everywhere (so a minimum of 2-3hrs in 5a then) then they are all up to their necks in it, as non of them were doing any checking, other than to check the alcohol % on the backs of the wine bottles they were guzzling at the restaurant.
Then that implies they all know what happened to Madeleine and are all complicit in a crime. Don't know if they would all put themselves in it that far for the McC's? Were they all really such close friends? I can't imagine.
And what if one of them tells, or will they all take their dirty little secret to the grave?

IMO i think they all know that non of the kids were being checked, so would be guilty of negligence......but....without a body, or the safe return of Madeleine, this cannot be proven, so the longer it keeps going, the safer they are. 

The tapas group won't be covering anything up specifically for the McCanns, but more to cover their ar5es! If the McCanns are guilty of falsifying the child checking rota and the others agreed it...they are guilty too!

The only time the secret will be revealed is when either the perpetrator is caught and talks (about the timeline/events) or one of them admits they weren't checking (never happen).
Odd that there were no witnesses around them then while they were out at dinner to see them coming & going from the table?

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Post by woodforthetrees on 18.12.14 15:56

@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:

And do you think the other tapas lot also concocted the stories about checking their kids? 

Absolutely!! Hence why it is vital that they all stick to the 'child checking rota' story.

If the truth comes out that the window of opportunity was longer than the "kidnapper took her in a 3 minute window" (tosh)...long enough for someone to enter the apartment (stranger or known within the group), undertake a sick act, tidy the scene, leave without a trace with the body but leaving cadaver scent everywhere (so a minimum of 2-3hrs in 5a then) then they are all up to their necks in it, as non of them were doing any checking, other than to check the alcohol % on the backs of the wine bottles they were guzzling at the restaurant.
Then that implies they all know what happened to Madeleine and are all complicit in a crime. Don't know if they would all put themselves in it that far for the McC's? Were they all really such close friends? I can't imagine.
And what if one of them tells, or will they all take their dirty little secret to the grave?

IMO i think they all know that non of the kids were being checked, so would be guilty of negligence......but....without a body, or the safe return of Madeleine, this cannot be proven, so the longer it keeps going, the safer they are. 

The tapas group won't be covering anything up specifically for the McCanns, but more to cover their ar5es! If the McCanns are guilty of falsifying the child checking rota and the others agreed it...they are guilty too!

The only time the secret will be revealed is when either the perpetrator is caught and talks (about the timeline/events) or one of them admits they weren't checking (never happen).
Odd that there were no witnesses around them then while they were out at dinner to see them coming & going from the table?

Exactly. So they have snippets of info which provide hints of evidence and possibilities that the kids were being checked.

But due to friends in high places, i'm sure certain bits of information or witness statements that could prove (regardless of the situation with poor Madeleine) that they were all sat there for long periods of time quaffing wine and being humorous and not checking on them very much, have been omitted and other bits added.

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Post by Joss on 18.12.14 15:57

@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.
They could of been put in jail for either, IMO.

No child found/body= no neglect, as they can argue that it was a 3 min window of opportunity when she was 'snatched'
Neglect because of their story about them leaving 3 little ones all alone in their holiday apartment while they were out at the tapas bar resulting in the disappearance of their eldest child. Their fault a small child had come to harm because of their neglect. Doesn't matter who took her, they placed all 3 little ones at terrible risk with an awful outcome because one of them is no longer where she should be.

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Post by woodforthetrees on 18.12.14 16:01

@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.
They could of been put in jail for either, IMO.

No child found/body= no neglect, as they can argue that it was a 3 min window of opportunity when she was 'snatched'
Neglect because of their story about them leaving 3 little ones all alone in their holiday apartment while they were out at the tapas bar resulting in the disappearance of their eldest child. Their fault a small child had come to harm because of their neglect. Doesn't matter who took her, they placed all 3 little ones at terrible risk with an awful outcome because one of them is no longer where she should be.

Yes, i agree with that entirely....however.... leaving them alone for what they claim to be 'a 3 minute window of opportunity for the abductor to quickly snatch her away' is not neglect and there is no evidence she has come to harm (yet).

The only thing that would get a charge of neglect is if that window of opp was longer, say 5hrs. With the McCanns story as it is and the tapas groups bits supporting it, non of them are in bother.....whilst the body isn't found.

Once the body is found and the perpetrator questioned and brought to justice, it blows the timeline out of the window.

Until that happens, IMO they are sitting comfortably on all charges

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Post by Joss on 18.12.14 16:19

@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.
They could of been put in jail for either, IMO.

No child found/body= no neglect, as they can argue that it was a 3 min window of opportunity when she was 'snatched'
Neglect because of their story about them leaving 3 little ones all alone in their holiday apartment while they were out at the tapas bar resulting in the disappearance of their eldest child. Their fault a small child had come to harm because of their neglect. Doesn't matter who took her, they placed all 3 little ones at terrible risk with an awful outcome because one of them is no longer where she should be.

Yes, i agree with that entirely....however.... leaving them alone for what they claim to be 'a 3 minute window of opportunity for the abductor to quickly snatch her away' is not neglect and there is no evidence she has come to harm (yet).

The only thing that would get a charge of neglect is if that window of opp was longer, say 5hrs. With the McCanns story as it is and the tapas groups bits supporting it, non of them are in bother.....whilst the body isn't found.

Once the body is found and the perpetrator questioned and brought to justice, it blows the timeline out of the window.

Until that happens, IMO they are sitting comfortably on all charges
So you don't think the dog alerts to cadaver evidence in which DNA testing pretty much indicated it was Madeleine's DNA holds any validity?  Also the fact she has been now missing for 7+ years and knowing the stats on a child that young being found alive are very remote. The rare instance of children that young being found years later are next to none, and the ones that have been found alive were quite a bit older than 3 yrs. old.
And haven't SY hinted they are looking for a body? Wasn't that what the dig in Portugal was all about that they were looking for a body?

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Post by Joss on 18.12.14 16:21

Also where does the 3 minute window come from? Is there a link please?

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Post by Realist on 18.12.14 16:23

@Joss wrote:
@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.
They could of been put in jail for either, IMO.

What are the odds against the Portuguese authorities prosecuting a couple for neglect in a foreign country when they have tragically lost their child to a probable Portuguese criminal pervert, particularly if they are believed, which the McCanns undoubtably were of the opinion they would be.

Again, there is no disputing the fact that in order for a kidnapping to have transpired, there had to have been the illusion of an element of negligence, or put plainly, a window of opportunity, no matter how small, for a kidnapping to have occurred.

Even if negligence charges had been proceeded with, the penalty would have been fiscal or months as opposed to yrs. in gaol when compared to murder/manslaughter convictions. It doesn't take the brains of David Lloyd George to configure which was the best option for a pair of unscrupulous scamsters.

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Post by woodforthetrees on 18.12.14 16:40

@Joss wrote:Also where does the 3 minute window come from? Is there a link please?

I may be a few minutes out with the exact opportunity, but i had it in my head as 3 minutes (and the video below does)

Its been discussed quite a few times,  so if you go through the conflicting timelines of the checking, sightings etc etc it gives a window of opportunity (according to the abduction theory) of about 3 mins based on the amount of checking that was ‘apparently’ going on....
 
PeterMac did a good rundown of the activity here:
 
http://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t10445-back-to-basics-new-window-of-opportunity?highlight=opportunity
 
or a quick video about the timeline…..
 
http://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t3652-video-3min-window-of-opportunity-for-madeleine-s-abduction?highlight=window+of+opportunity
 
Failing that, just do a search on here for ‘opportunity’ or ‘timeline’ and there is a wealth of stuff.

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Post by woodforthetrees on 18.12.14 16:41

@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.
They could of been put in jail for either, IMO.

What are the odds against the Portuguese authorities prosecuting a couple for neglect in a foreign country when they have tragically lost their child to a probable Portuguese criminal pervert, particularly if they are believed, which the McCanns undoubtably were of the opinion they would be.

Again, there is no disputing the fact that in order for a kidnapping to have transpired, there had to have been the illusion of an element of negligence, or put plainly, a window of opportunity, no matter how small, for a kidnapping to have occurred.

Even if negligence charges had been proceeded with, the penalty would have been fiscal or months as opposed to yrs. in gaol when compared to murder/manslaughter convictions. It doesn't take the brains of David Lloyd George to configure which was the best option for a pair of unscrupulous scamsters.

But with no body and no perp, they cannot be held accountable for anything and continue 'the search' based on the suggested 'abduction' and consequently cash in in the process.

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Post by Brian Griffin on 18.12.14 16:42

@aiyoyo wrote:I dont remember them ever using Nanny evening service.
What? You mean pay for something they didn't absolutely have to?

I've always been puzzled why the McCanns seem so bothered about petty sums of money when they must have been on good salaries as doctors. And what were they doing in a cheapo self-catering resort in the first place?

They don't like it when people ridicule the importance they seem to place on money but they do bring it on themselves, methinks.

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Post by Joss on 18.12.14 16:43

@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@Realist wrote:
@Joss wrote:And Why would the McC's concoct a negligence scenario in a foreign country knowing they were implicating themselves to be charged with child neglect by the PJ?

Because its the lesser of the two evils. What charges would you prefer to run the risk of facing, child nreglect or murder/manslaughter.
They could of been put in jail for either, IMO.

What are the odds against the Portuguese authorities prosecuting a couple for neglect in a foreign country when they have tragically lost their child to a probable Portuguese criminal pervert, particularly if they are believed, which the McCanns undoubtably were of the opinion they would be.

Again, there is no disputing the fact that in order for a kidnapping to have transpired, there had to have been the illusion of an element of negligence, or put plainly, a window of opportunity, no matter how small, for a kidnapping to have occurred.

Even if negligence charges had been proceeded with, the penalty would have been fiscal or months as opposed to yrs. in gaol when compared to murder/manslaughter convictions. It doesn't take the brains of David Lloyd George to configure which was the best option for a pair of unscrupulous scamsters.
People do get convicted of crimes in foreign countries all the time, and are then at the behest of that country's legal system. People that have been convicted of crimes in foreign country's have received death penalties for their crimes too, mainly drug trafficking, and there is not much their own country can do about it.
I don't know what would of happened in Portugal, but with the level of political interference in this case almost immediately, and i'm sure quite a few phone calls initially back & forth, the McC's were not charged. And i think as Amaral had stated that because of the politics involved in this case it will never be solved, or words to that effect.
I think the question that intrigues me the most about this case is the "Why" of it. Why would the McC's receive such level of protection, and i think if we knew the answer to that everything else would fall into place.

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Post by universe on 18.12.14 16:44

The Mccanns did not sue Mark Warners for the lack of vigilence of the nanny on the SUNDAY evening whilst babysitting in the Mccanns apartment because they did not want an autopsy done which would show the sedation. The Mccanns used the vunerability of Mark Warner losing their childminding licence to gain their assistance and higher connections and protection to plan a ficticious abduction.

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Post by Joss on 18.12.14 16:47

@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:Also where does the 3 minute window come from? Is there a link please?

I may be a few minutes out with the exact opportunity, but i had it in my head as 3 minutes (and the video below does)

Its been discussed quite a few times,  so if you go through the conflicting timelines of the checking, sightings etc etc it gives a window of opportunity (according to the abduction theory) of about 3 mins based on the amount of checking that was ‘apparently’ going on....
 
PeterMac did a good rundown of the activity here:
 
http://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t10445-back-to-basics-new-window-of-opportunity?highlight=opportunity
 
or a quick video about the timeline…..
 
http://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t3652-video-3min-window-of-opportunity-for-madeleine-s-abduction?highlight=window+of+opportunity
 
Failing that, just do a search on here for ‘opportunity’ or ‘timeline’ and there is a wealth of stuff.
Thankyou for the links. I have read of conflicting timelines but that is the nature of this case, all the conflicting stories.
I'm about sure a 3 minute window of opportunity is total BS anyway. For a start it would take longer than that for cadaver to be present in the apartment. I'm sure the police would know that. Mr. Amaral was certainly onto the McC lies. Probably why he got ousted from the case as lead investigator.

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Post by universe on 18.12.14 17:07

To my thinking , as the weather on the Sunday when the last photo by the pool was taken was the only hot day that whole week and was that same evening that the nanny was relaxing on the verandah in this warm weather when Madeleine fell from the lounge and died. It is my opinion that Madeleine died on this warm SUNDAY evening in the apartment whilst the nanny was preoccupied.

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Post by joyce1938 on 18.12.14 17:11

The reason mr amaral got removed to faro to work until he realized he needed to write down the truth of what he found ,and to do that he had to resign. that shows how desperate someone or 2 or 3 were to get him off the case .he certainly has proved his worth by what actions he had to take ,his wife and house  the important side of his life ,he had to give up . He was left with a part pension and then sued his arce off ,and called all sorts by some .. I hope some of the newer folk here realize this . No offence to anyone ,but we have lived through this awfull unjust time . joyce1938

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Post by ScarletLaw on 18.12.14 17:16

@Hicks wrote:It could be that the creche sheets were not filled in as they should have been by the OC nannies. That would mean that no one at the creche could confirm with any certainty if Madeleine was really there or not, or on what days. 

To me this would account for the quick departure of the nannies, and also why the creche sheets seemed such a mess with some names scribbled out and others put in. Robert Naylor was put down as a child attending, this might indicate that the sheets were done in a hurry, and why some of the writing looks the same.

It could well be that RM was called back by someone at the OC. The owner perhaps, if they really were related. He must have been very well known living so close by. Perhaps it was suggested that he get himself involved as soon as possible in the guise of an interpreter.

This confusion and fear of bad press for the OC would have suited the McCann's very well imo.
 I've always wondered if there's a link between the twins sheets and the one's washed by Jane Tanner that night, the one's her child was ill on.
Also what possible forensics are on these sheets because they disappeared for a reason.

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Post by ScarletLaw on 18.12.14 17:24

@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:
@woodforthetrees wrote:
@Joss wrote:

And do you think the other tapas lot also concocted the stories about checking their kids? 

Absolutely!! Hence why it is vital that they all stick to the 'child checking rota' story.

If the truth comes out that the window of opportunity was longer than the "kidnapper took her in a 3 minute window" (tosh)...long enough for someone to enter the apartment (stranger or known within the group), undertake a sick act, tidy the scene, leave without a trace with the body but leaving cadaver scent everywhere (so a minimum of 2-3hrs in 5a then) then they are all up to their necks in it, as non of them were doing any checking, other than to check the alcohol % on the backs of the wine bottles they were guzzling at the restaurant.
Then that implies they all know what happened to Madeleine and are all complicit in a crime. Don't know if they would all put themselves in it that far for the McC's? Were they all really such close friends? I can't imagine.
And what if one of them tells, or will they all take their dirty little secret to the grave?

IMO i think they all know that non of the kids were being checked, so would be guilty of negligence......but....without a body, or the safe return of Madeleine, this cannot be proven, so the longer it keeps going, the safer they are. 

The tapas group won't be covering anything up specifically for the McCanns, but more to cover their ar5es! If the McCanns are guilty of falsifying the child checking rota and the others agreed it...they are guilty too!

The only time the secret will be revealed is when either the perpetrator is caught and talks (about the timeline/events) or one of them admits they weren't checking (never happen).
Odd that there were no witnesses around them then while they were out at dinner to see them coming & going from the table?

Exactly. So they have snippets of info which provide hints of evidence and possibilities that the kids were being checked.

But due to friends in high places, i'm sure certain bits of information or witness statements that could prove (regardless of the situation with poor Madeleine) that they were all sat there for long periods of time quaffing wine and being humorous and not checking on them very much, have been omitted and other bits added.

IMO

 There's some deliberate information missing from the interview statements too that are posted online. There's some questions that haven't been asked by the police that should be there, especially according to the Tapas dinner that night. This is why it's so confusing because someone has removed sections. I'm hoping that when the Inspector is vindicated that he can look into this personally.

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Post by Realist on 18.12.14 17:26

@Brian Griffin wrote:


I've always been puzzled why the McCanns seem so bothered about petty sums of money when they must have been on good salaries as doctors. And what were they doing in a cheapo self-catering resort in the first place?

I would imagine that like millions of other British working people, whether they be middle class or blue collar, they were up to their eyeballs in  debt. People in the UK and its probably the same in most other so called capitalist democracies, don't work for wages, they merely sign IOU chits at the end of each week.

That's why at the end of each yr. when they should be better off, they're further in debt. There's no better way for govs. to control their subjects than to dumb them down, disarm them and enslave them in debt.

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Post by ScarletLaw on 18.12.14 17:30

@Realist wrote:
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I've always been puzzled why the McCanns seem so bothered about petty sums of money when they must have been on good salaries as doctors. And what were they doing in a cheapo self-catering resort in the first place?

I would imagine that like millions of other British working people, whether they be middle class or blue collar, they were up to their eyeballs in  debt. People in the UK and its probably the same in most other so called capitalist democracies, don't work for wages, they merely sign IOU chits at the end of each week.

That's why at the end of each yr. when they should be better off, they're further in debt. There's no better way for govs. to control their subjects than to dumb them down, disarm them and enslave them in debt.

 Gerry wanted to do a Live Aid type event at the beginning with Elton John and other big stars, Clarence had to really talk him out of it. Even he thought that was a bit "over the top" after your child disappears.

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Re: Follow the money trail.

Post by ScarletLaw on 18.12.14 17:38

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@Realist wrote:
@Brian Griffin wrote:


I've always been puzzled why the McCanns seem so bothered about petty sums of money when they must have been on good salaries as doctors. And what were they doing in a cheapo self-catering resort in the first place?

I would imagine that like millions of other British working people, whether they be middle class or blue collar, they were up to their eyeballs in  debt. People in the UK and its probably the same in most other so called capitalist democracies, don't work for wages, they merely sign IOU chits at the end of each week.

That's why at the end of each yr. when they should be better off, they're further in debt. There's no better way for govs. to control their subjects than to dumb them down, disarm them and enslave them in debt.

 Gerry wanted to do a Live Aid type event at the beginning with Elton John and other big stars, Clarence had to really talk him out of it. Even he thought that was a bit "over the top" after your child disappears.

...Also because they weren't actually looking or helping the police, it was the best way to show the public how desperate they were (and therefore how innocent too). Liars have to over compensate and they do this through the fund. I don't think the fund was set up deliberately, it was the snowball effect after they decided "that they'd have to be seen to actually be looking for her"- when infact they weren't.

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