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True Scale of UK's Maddie- style abductions

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True Scale of UK's Maddie- style abductions

Post by Guest on 06.08.11 22:44



KATE and Gerry McCann last night said the level of child abduction our investigation uncovered was “shocking”.

Kate McCann the mum of Maddie – who disappeared aged three during a family holiday in Portugal in 2007 – said the situation in the UK was “horrific”.

In a section of her book, entitled Madeleine – which she gave us permission to reproduce to highlight the problem – Kate, 43, wrote: “As we learned more, and discovered the massive scale of the problem, we were appalled.

"It is important to note, too, that abductions leading to more serious crimes, such as sexual abuse or homicide, will not be recorded as abductions but as the more serious crime.

“What is not in doubt is that the available statistics underestimate the scale of the problem.

“As a parent you need to know that all that can be done is being done – and as quickly and thoroughly as possible.”

The family’s spokesman said: “The figures you have discovered are clearly shocking.”

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Post by Willo on 06.08.11 22:57

I know this paper and once again it is a major twisting of statistics. They should not get away with it. There is no way that there are 'Two Great Reads' inside the Daily Star in any edition.

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Post by tellusanother1 on 06.08.11 23:07

Here in North America it is known as the National Enquirer. Pretty much bathroom reading. No brain cell activity noted at this time.




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Re: True Scale of UK's Maddie- style abductions

Post by Guest on 07.08.11 8:21

@Willo wrote:I know this paper and once again it is a major twisting of statistics. They should not get away with it. There is no way that there are 'Two Great Reads' inside the Daily Star in any edition.

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(I spotted the bit about canny Kate shopping at Tesco and thought our Katey was buying some cheaper strawberries)

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Post by lj on 07.08.11 13:02

I thought the same!! big grin

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Post by jd on 07.08.11 16:04

“As a parent you need to know that all that can be done is being done – and as quickly and thoroughly as possible.”.........Would appear not everyone shares the same hopes and expectations

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Post by lj on 07.08.11 16:22

Ho does not say who has to do it.

In the Netherlands they have a very good squad: de kabouters, or in English the gnooms.

So if you room is not clean, it's not your fault: the gnooms didn't do their job.

If Madeleine is not found, it is not the parents fault: it everyone else who didn't do what the pathetic parents should have done.

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Post by Gillyspot on 07.08.11 17:10

For goodness sake the "Daily Star" has recently inflicted us to.

"“These things are planned. They may even have been watching the apartment for a week or more.”

Police in Portugal hope publicising details of the codes may help prevent crime in the region.

A police spokesman said: “The signs indicate to other burglars how easy the property is to break into, as well as indicating when the house is empty or more likely to be empty, if there are elderly people or children alone in the house, among others.”

And he warned residents: “If you see any of these signs around your house, you should remove them immediately and contact your local police.”

Clarence Mitchell, spokesman for the McCanns, said anything the police were doing to raise awareness of possible crimes in the area was welcomed."

I have done a search on the Portuguese press and guess what! NOTHING!!

I have contacted the Daily Star editors and guess what! Nothing again. Alt least no one believes this rubbish!

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/posts/view/201447/Cops-crack-Madeleine-McCann-codesCops-crack-Madeleine-McCann-codesCops-crack-Madeleine-McCann-codesCops-crack-Madeleine-McCann-codes

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The wonders of the Daily Star

Post by Marian on 07.08.11 17:51

There's an earlier topic on this mind-blowing story called "Cops crack Madeleine McCann codes" with some funny replies if anyone is interested.

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Post by Smokeandmirrors on 07.08.11 18:31

There are approx. 12,000,000 under 18's in the UK. If 200 per annum are abducted, awful as it is, it is statistically miniscule. Take away from that the abduction of over 10yr olds (ie the ones like Milly Dowler) you ae left with an even smaller statistical number, then analyse the circumstances the same as Madeleines, ie an infant left in an apartment alone at night with an alleged 5 or 10 minute window of opportunity for a snatcher, and you can see the article is a load of bunkum. There are no other Maddie-style abductions that I am aware of. A lame attempt to imply that a Maddie style abduction could happen to anyone. Which it couldn't. Because the overwelming majority of children are inside with their parents/childminder in a secured property at that time of night. Scaremongering tabloids. Tsk.

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