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Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

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Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

Post by Tony Bennett on 07.01.10 11:08

Is this a perceptive analysis of this Robert Murat interview, July 2008?

Or a load of speculative rubbish?

http://eyesforlies.blogspot.com/2008/09/robert-murat-what-are-you-thinking.html

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Re: Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

Post by Guest on 07.01.10 11:25

I think someone has too much time on their hands

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Ducking the question

Post by Tony Bennett on 07.01.10 11:26

@rockyrobin wrote:I think someone has too much time on their hands
Ducking the question

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Re: Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

Post by Guest on 07.01.10 11:27

No Answering the question if you looked.

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Re: Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

Post by Guest on 07.01.10 11:30

Anyway you are one to talk about avoiding questions aren't you

http://jillhavern.forumotion.net/right-to-reply-madeleine-foundation-issues-f1/does-tony-bennett-remember-this-t276.htm

Why is there something evil behind the insistence Madeleine is alive? That is what you put isn't it Bennett. Care to explain.

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Re: Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

Post by Baharat on 07.01.10 11:32

@rockyrobin wrote:I think someone has too much time on their hands

I agree.

Actually on reading it...it could well apply to someone else Wink

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Re: Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

Post by Slartibartfast on 07.01.10 11:38

@Tony Bennett wrote:
@rockyrobin wrote:I think someone has too much time on their hands
Ducking the question

I agree with rockyrobin.

e.g. From the link you posted, Tony:

(In reference to the BBC interview)
What we see, instead, is a man who is enjoying the spotlight. You'd think in this interview that Murat was sitting down for an afternoon tea, and not a serious conversation about how his life was ruined. He is enjoying speculating and bantering about this whole scenario as if it had no implications for him, yet he readily acknowledges he is still a suspect. Look at how he smirks and grins.


This is not even an argument. It's trying to convince the reader/viewer that there is something nefarious by focusing entirely on his perceived demeanour in the interview.
Personally, I thought his demeanour was awkward and nervous not gloating, arrogant and relaxed as the author would try to have us believe.
The author, who whips him/herself into a frenzy, uses Murat's lack of behaving like he/she presumes he should as a basis for an attack on the man.

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Post by vaguely on 07.01.10 11:51

Snapshots from a moment in time can only tell the story that the viewer chooses to write.

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Re: Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

Post by preciousramotswe on 07.01.10 11:59

@Tony Bennett wrote:Is this a perceptive analysis of this Robert Murat interview, July 2008?

Or a load of speculative rubbish?

http://eyesforlies.blogspot.com/2008/09/robert-murat-what-are-you-thinking.html

That same blogger is convinced of the McCanns innocence, so I'm surprised you would give them much credence.
Personally I don't think much of their 'skill' at reading people - I think many of us could do as well, if not better.
As Slarti points out it's highly subjective stuff, not based on any hard science or even, as far as I can work out, rigorous method.

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Re: Robert Murat - what are you thinking?

Post by Baharat on 07.01.10 12:44

@vaguely wrote:Snapshots from a moment in time can only tell the story that the viewer chooses to write.

Exactly!

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