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The noble art of Turncoating

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The noble art of Turncoating

Post by Guest on 25.01.15 20:15

Some would suggest the Express turned coats within one week. 

Now, why would that be?

Who/what/which reason would make her do so, so swiftly?

Could it be, that an analysis of Lady Castro y Melo's well-balanced decision on the proven/unproven statements of the Mecs has just sparked the tinder of the hidden files in the Expresses recesses -and so in all MBM's vaults- releasing their line of defense against dr Amarals zillion dollar claims against them, namely: Gosh, we honestly figured the Mecs were telling the truth/ Sorry Gonc, for destroying your reputation, but it was them whot made us do it?

Just wondering. 

Surely, the tides are turning; the downhill path is steep, and there is no turning back, as the poet so justly informed us!

I would not like to be a Mec these days

Would you?

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by Guest on 25.01.15 20:26


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a pittance

Post by Guest on 25.01.15 20:32

Ladyinred wrote:Portia - one reason perhaps, £375,000?

http://www.theguardian.com/media/2008/oct/15/madeleine-mccann-express
To destroy an honest man for so little?

No, surely nobody in their right minds would steep so low, would they?

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Post by Guest on 25.01.15 20:39

There's more: Express newspapers also paid £550,000 to Mr&Mrs and, along with eleven other newspapers, damages to Murat according to the Guardian article.

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by PeterMac on 25.01.15 21:03

@Portia wrote:
Ladyinred wrote:Portia - one reason perhaps, £375,000?

http://www.theguardian.com/media/2008/oct/15/madeleine-mccann-express
To destroy an honest man for so little?

No, surely nobody in their right minds would steep so low, would they?

Or to quote from "A Man for All Seasons",

Sir Thomas More: Why Richard, it profits a man nothing to give his soul for the whole world... but for Wales ?

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by Guest on 25.01.15 21:10

On Wales, we disagree

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Post by PeterMac on 25.01.15 21:22

THEY WANT THEIR MONEY BACK !
As one day so will JK Rowling, Branson, and all the other poor dupes whose PR people told them to get involved in the biggest scam since Ponzi.
(They are the money people, but what about the reputation ones, like David Beckham, who sadly, and probably in all innocence and in good faith allowed his PR people to lend his image to the fraud, only then to find that the Mccanns / Mitchell turned it back on him and described one of the suspects as being a common drug dealing prostitute, in the image of his WIFE !
I doubt he is entirely happy with the way that turned out.)
Once again we have seen no apology, no explanation, just a totally incompetent and ludicrous story from Mitchell /Edgar, which even though one of the papers exposed the whole thing as fraudulent, was never corrected.

The fraudulent Fund is not necessarily the biggest in financial terms, but in terms of having conned or coerced the entire British Press, many of the unthinking British Public, the Vatican, The White House, some or indeed many British Politicians, ann many many more, must rank very high on the list.

C-R will be able to say that they were simply acting on instruction, and for money - so that's apparently all right !
Mitchell will probably try the same thing, except that he was part of the scam right from the start.
Let us never forget his role in the release of the Last Photo. It was his first act, and has inextricably bound him into the system as "Principal in the first degree"
(He must have known the truth about that photo, or in the alternative must have been criminally negligent if he chose to pretend that he did not.)
Dr Amaral may want his money back
The other companies involved - who are never mentioned in the British Press, will want their legal fees and expenses back
Mark Warner - perhaps through their insurers - will want their money back
The PdL Chamber of Commerce may being to think about their response

Even Robert Murat may begin to stir from his complacency, and ask one or two questions about why he was set up, and by who, and on whose instructions

In fact only C-R win. Which is normal. Have you ever met a poor lawyer, or bookmaker ?


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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by Guest on 25.01.15 22:15

Yes Peter, I have

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Post by Enuff on 26.01.15 10:55

Im slightly disappointed.
When I read the thread heading I thought it was going to be about Gemma Fairweather.
Im sure she is working for the Mcs. Oh well, never mind. On you go

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by Guest on 26.01.15 11:10

@Portia wrote:Some would suggest the Express turned coats within one week. 

Now, why would that be?

Who/what/which reason would make her do so, so swiftly?

Could it be, that an analysis of Lady Castro y Melo's well-balanced decision on the proven/unproven statements of the Mecs has just sparked the tinder of the hidden files in the Expresses recesses -and so in all MBM's vaults- releasing their line of defense against dr Amarals zillion dollar claims against them, namely: Gosh, we honestly figured the Mecs were telling the truth/ Sorry Gonc, for destroying your reputation, but it was them whot made us do it?

Just wondering. 

Surely, the tides are turning; the downhill path is steep, and there is no turning back, as the poet so justly informed us!

I would not like to be a Mec these days

Would you?

I would describe the Express as being opportunists rather than turncoats.

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by PeterMac on 26.01.15 11:48

Ladyinred wrote:
I would describe the Express as being opportunists rather than turncoats.

They too Follow the Money.

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by jeanmonroe on 26.01.15 15:17



"You SPIN* me right round, baby right round, like a record baby, right round round round." (Thx to DoA)

* See what i did there?

Almost on a par with the super unbiased news 'SPINNER' James 'i luv all things, McC' McMurray.

'Go Gerry, Go Gerry'!

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by ultimaThule on 26.01.15 15:31

I have no doubt Gerry will be going, or that he's been going an abnormal amount of times since Ms Phat Ankles sounded the death knell appeared on our screens, jeanm.

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by PeterMac on 26.01.15 17:05

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Priceless exchange on Twitter

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Re: The noble art of Turncoating

Post by plebgate on 27.01.15 9:33

Seems there's flip flopping going on there PeterM, not surprised though. titter 

I love the photo the Express used with the headline that Mr. & Mrs. wont be getting the one mil.   hahahaha.

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