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Pat Brown doesn't like this article

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Re: Pat Brown doesn't like this article

Post by ShuBob on 24.09.12 16:11

I doubt any same person would like that article knowing the facts. It's littered with inaccuracies from start to finish!

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Post by tigger on 24.09.12 16:28

'The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children works with both Federal and State law enforcement to provide parents and loved ones with the resources to find the hope they so desperately need to continue the search for the missing. From 1984 to March 2012 the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has aided Law Enforcement in the investigation of 187,800 missing-child cases and in the recovery of 175,200 children.' unquote

The very outfit which a certain Dr. McCann was so eager to visit. Perhaps hands have reached across the ocean with the highly successful ( mainly as a means to reduce unemployment in the UK) Missing People?
I seem to recall that the person who showed GM round was later taken to court for something or other, might have had to do with money!

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Post by PeterMac on 24.09.12 16:54

It is quite ludicrous. Why anyone would bother writing it is beyond me. It is beyond parody.
My favourite one of all is
". . . draining all the swimming pools at the resort."
That is a first.
But some of it is not going to please TM.

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Post by Guest on 24.09.12 17:04


Please note: the Portuguese police arrived at the scene within ten minutes, and: British parliament will have to decide if more money is to be made available for the review within a couple of monhs.

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Re: Pat Brown doesn't like this article

Post by bobbin on 24.09.12 17:29

I suppose my first question would be, how much would a journalist get paid by interested parties to get this transparently pro-mccann article written as we approach the court case with Dr. Amaral.
Of all of the thousands and thousands of children who go missing, many, as stated, in violent circumstances, why was the Madeleine McCann case so focussed on (along with a little reference to the 'token' other child, to appear to give a fair and balanced effect).
No others were mentionned.
We even went into enough detail to see that a Mr. Barclay, forensic something or other, found the little beach village in the Algarve to be a pervert's paradise.
Well, it wouldn't have been if the McCanns had taken just half a moment to think enough of their precious children to just, say, even 'lock the doors'.
How difficult would that have been, using a key to get in, for the frequent checks that were supposedly being made.
The Algarve would never have suffered the accusation of being a pervert's paradise had the McCanns even taken that slightest precaution.
Alernatively they could have taken the children with them to dinner or at worst, got a babysitter in to make sure they didn't get 'abducted'.

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Re: Pat Brown doesn't like this article

Post by ShuBob on 24.09.12 18:21

@bobbin wrote:I suppose my first question would be, how much would a journalist get paid by interested parties to get this transparently pro-mccann article written as we approach the court case with Dr. Amaral.
Of all of the thousands and thousands of children who go missing, many, as stated, in violent circumstances, why was the Madeleine McCann case so focussed on (along with a little reference to the 'token' other child, to appear to give a fair and balanced effect).
No others were mentionned.
We even went into enough detail to see that a Mr. Barclay, forensic something or other, found the little beach village in the Algarve to be a pervert's paradise.
Well, it wouldn't have been if the McCanns had taken just half a moment to think enough of their precious children to just, say, even 'lock the doors'.
How difficult would that have been, using a key to get in, for the frequent checks that were supposedly being made.
The Algarve would never have suffered the accusation of being a pervert's paradise had the McCanns even taken that slightest precaution.
Alernatively they could have taken the children with them to dinner or at worst, got a babysitter in to make sure they didn't get 'abducted'.

I hear a lot of articles like these written in the "communities" section are written by volunteers. The Huffington Post apparently does the same. It would appear not even the slightest attempt at checking the facts was made here. I'm starting to think the writer may have been taking the proverbial. It's worse than anything I've read by Antonella Lazzeri.

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Re: Pat Brown doesn't like this article

Post by jd on 25.09.12 4:06

This article is in the Washington Times, isn't this Meyer territory..Christopher Meyer ex Washington Ambassador for the UK together with his wife Lady Meyer/PACT

Funny that a day previous to this article in the Washington Times, they use a picture from kate mccanns Lady Meyer PACT event at 10 Downing Street earlier this year in the Daily Record article...coincidences, coincidences

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/madeleine-mccanns-mum-encouraged-by-progress-1335117
http://www.pact-online.org/10_downing

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