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Kate McCann's book

Post by Gracias on 23.04.11 14:19

Will you be buying it?

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Post by PeterMac on 23.04.11 14:41

I have ordered my copy from Amazon, now only £12.40 (down from the original £ 20, ) and shall be going thorough it very carefully. I want to see what the evidence was for the abduction. Remember that the McCanns have never publicly said that the abduction was only a theory or an assumption or a working hypothesis. Only Mitchell said that, and it is possible that he did not have permission or authority to do so.
Kate said she "knew at once", that Madeleine had been abducted, and Gerry has followed that line, even though he too has never revealed the evidence. Their entire publicity machine, and everything they have done since is predicated on that one remark.
I simply want to know how she knew.
Also, since the book is going to be "very honest" I hope to see revealed why she did not give that evidence to the police at the time, nor apparently to anyone since. It is possible that they have told Edgar, which has enabled him to pursue the case so successfully since.

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by PeterMac on 23.04.11 14:44

Oh, and by the way, if it is not "very truthful" and does not reveal a version of the truth, I shall consider making a formal complaint through Amazon. Trades Descriptions Act or the Sale of Goods Act should cover it. Or even Obtaining money by deception.

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Post by ufercoffy on 23.04.11 16:37

@PeterMac wrote:Oh, and by the way, if it is not "very truthful" and does not reveal a version of the truth, I shall consider making a formal complaint through Amazon. Trades Descriptions Act or the Sale of Goods Act should cover it. Or even Obtaining money by deception.

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by Cheshire Cat on 23.04.11 17:23

@ufercoffy wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:Oh, and by the way, if it is not "very truthful" and does not reveal a version of the truth, I shall consider making a formal complaint through Amazon. Trades Descriptions Act or the Sale of Goods Act should cover it. Or even Obtaining money by deception.





Start typing your letter Mr M, you know you're gonna need it

And I am going to buy Peters copy when he flogs it "used" for a couple of quid!

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by ufercoffy on 23.04.11 17:26

Fantastic! Can I buy it off you for a couple of pence when you've finished with it? big grin

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by Guest on 23.04.11 17:27

Can I have the cover, I need it for a timeline for my weekly chores big grin

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Post by ufercoffy on 23.04.11 17:31

candyfloss wrote:Can I have the cover, I need it for a timeline for my weekly chores big grin

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by PeterMac on 23.04.11 18:24

You are all making the assumption that someone won't climb in through my shuttered window, or through the locked front door, or through the open patio doors during the evening and steal it.
"I'm just going out to dine in my back garden. I may be some time." (with apologies to Captain Oates)

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Post by ufercoffy on 23.04.11 18:51

@PeterMac wrote:You are all making the assumption that someone won't climb in through my shuttered window, or through the locked front door, or through the open patio doors during the evening and steal it.
"I'm just going out to dine in my back garden. I may be some time." (with apologies to Captain Oates)

Please be careful with the book Mr M...please check on it at least every 30 mins. yes

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Post by Guest on 23.04.11 19:07

@ufercoffy wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:You are all making the assumption that someone won't climb in through my shuttered window, or through the locked front door, or through the open patio doors during the evening and steal it.
"I'm just going out to dine in my back garden. I may be some time." (with apologies to Captain Oates)

Please be careful with the book Mr M...please check on it at least every 30 mins. yes


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Post by PeterMac on 23.04.11 19:30

I am sure it will be all right.
And as we all know "nothing of value was taken".

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by DocMartin on 23.04.11 19:45

Except his wallet which was taken by a "filthy animal", whereas Madeleine was taken by a paedophile who is "treating her with the love and respect that she deserves".

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by ufercoffy on 23.04.11 20:03

Says it all really, doesn't it?

Poor Madeleine.

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Post by rose58 on 24.04.11 12:07

PeterMac Yesterday at 2:41 pm
Kate
said she "knew at once", that Madeleine had been abducted, and Gerry
has followed that line, even though he too has never revealed the
evidence. Their entire publicity machine, and everything they have done
since is predicated on that one remark.
I simply want to know how she knew.

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The shutters were raised. A child wouldn't be able to raise them.

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Re:Kate McCanns Book.

Post by PharLap. on 25.04.11 18:26

Would I buy Kate McCanns Book,a big definitely no,I really cannot possibly see what she could put in it that we don't already know.If there is any more truth to come at all shouldn't the McCanns go to the Portugal Police and tell them,I certainly don't want to read any more woe us the victims.I just can not understand how they have dictated the investigation,could we here in the UK say no we are not giving you our finance details, and no medical records, and no to a reconstruction.In fact we are going home now to work on our fund,some how I don't think any explanation for theses questions or any explanations will be given in the book .It's going to be fluffy words as we have had all along.

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Post by lj on 26.04.11 16:34

@PeterMac wrote:You are all making the assumption that someone won't climb in through my shuttered window, or through the locked front door, or through the open patio doors during the evening and steal it.
"I'm just going out to dine in my back garden. I may be some time." (with apologies to Captain Oates)

Thank God that someone didn't steal any valuables.

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Post by lj on 26.04.11 16:35

@PeterMac wrote:I am sure it will be all right.
And as we all know "nothing of value was taken".

Too late I see


That was for me always one of those WTF quotes!!!

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by Guest001 on 07.05.11 19:54

No I won't be buying the book. As I expected and from what I have seen already the book is just another load of sensationalist "money making" nonsense. 

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Post by Martin on 08.05.11 3:18

I won't be buying the book but, if I happen to go to my local book shop, I might move a few copies to the fantasy and crime sections!

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by Garth on 08.05.11 19:21

PeterMac on Sat Apr 23, 2011 2:41 pm

 

I simply want to know how she knew.
 
It's a feeling, you know, like a hunch. I wouldn't take it too literally else you'll get yourself all confoozed!  

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by rose58 on 10.05.11 10:19

Have to say, today's Sun story about the couples sex life is a bit over the top. Who wants to know that. I think it was totally unnecessary to print that.
 

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Post by Martin on 10.05.11 12:06

(Copied from elsewhere)

Kate McCanns got a lovely tan at the moment from lying in The Sun all week.

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by carla19 on 10.05.11 13:07

[Sickos the lot of you evil has no place in this society] only on thisf forum
 

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Re: Kate McCann's book

Post by Guest001 on 10.05.11 14:31



rose58 Today at 10:19 am
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to say, today's Sun story about the couples sex life is a bit over the
top. Who wants to know that. I think it was totally unnecessary to print
that.

Just a selection of the 159 comments from the Daily Mail


As much as I feel very sorry for Madeleine I am
tired of hearing/seeing her parents. It's down to their dreadful
parenting that this abduction happened in the first place. And as for
hearing about Kate's sex life (or lack of) - I don't want to know.



- David of Nuneaton, Nuneaton, 10/5/2011 14:01



When will this woman shut up and stop discussing their private life via the media; far too much information Mrs McCann.


- Caroline, London, 10/5/2011 8:59



think this comes under the heading of "too much sharing." Thank you.


- Robin, Of Croxley., 10/5/2011 9:09


This is getting too much now. Don't need this much info.


- KA, UK, 10/5/2011 9:05


Really scraping the barrel now talking about your sex life.


- MDolla, Flabberghasted, 10/5/2011 9:51


Yuck! Why do we need to know about their sex life, that's completely unneccessary.


- Sally, Sheffield, 10/5/2011 8:36



Who is in the least bit interested in details of the their marriage? Yuck!


- Margaret, Alva, Scotland, 10/5/2011 8:33

I don't really think we need to know the
intimate side of their life. This is about looking for Madelaine and as
such the public do not need the details of their sex life


- Linda, Fife, 10/5/2011 10:03

Too much information.
If a doctor considers it apropriate to share such personal information
with the world I would not trust them to look after any of my family.
Clearly the woman has lost all personal dignity.


- Life Lined Lady, UK/USA, 10/5/2011 10:12

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