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The crux of the matter

Post by cockerspaniel on 08.06.13 13:17

Hi
Im new hear but have been following this for years,

It seems to me that the whole thing could be cleared up with the answer to one simple question, what did Robert Murat mean when he said

"“Basically, I’m just an ordinary, straightforward guy who’s the victim
of the biggest f___-up on this planet
- if you’ll excuse the language"

Taken from the madelinefoundation website.

Sorry if this has been covered before or is in the wrong section.
I would love to hear the theories on this.
Thank you all

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Re: The crux of the matter

Post by suzyjohnson on 08.06.13 13:23

I think Murat was just fed up with whatever mistakes (or whoever) had put him in that situation

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Re: The crux of the matter

Post by Guest on 08.06.13 13:31

cockerspaniel. Don't worry about putting things in wrong place, they can easily be moved. The latest news thread is mainly for things that appear in the media, latest news stories etc., so will move to debate thread.

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Re: The crux of the matter

Post by cockerspaniel on 08.06.13 13:34

It seems to me that he knew about the situation, it was supposed to go another way, it all went wrong for whatever reason (maybe he knows why?) and now the blame is being laid at his doorstep. Why call yourself the victim of the biggest ef up on this planet if your innocent and you have no REAL knowledge of a situation to which you could become victim?

What exactly is "the biggest ef up on this planet" solely in regards to this case of course ? and does he have the answer?

All in just my opinion of course.

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Post by cockerspaniel on 08.06.13 13:35

Thank you candyfloss, i did think thats where i placed it...silly me..apologies

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Re: The crux of the matter

Post by aquila on 08.06.13 14:07

@cockerspaniel wrote:Hi
Im new hear but have been following this for years,

It seems to me that the whole thing could be cleared up with the answer to one simple question, what did Robert Murat mean when he said

"“Basically, I’m just an ordinary, straightforward guy who’s the victim
of the biggest f___-up on this planet
- if you’ll excuse the language"

Taken from the madelinefoundation website.

Sorry if this has been covered before or is in the wrong section.
I would love to hear the theories on this.
Thank you all

Hello cockerspaniel,

Could you give a link to your post please.

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Re: The crux of the matter

Post by cockerspaniel on 08.06.13 14:14

Hi,
Sorry not sure how to post links but if you go to http://www.madeleinefoundation.org.uk/ under articles/The Mystery of Robert Murat: From Arguido to Applause: then scroll down to
D. Murat is suspected, and made ‘arguido’. its there.

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Re: The crux of the matter

Post by Guest on 08.06.13 14:17

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-459316/Madeleine-Is-Robert-Murat-suspect-scapegoat.html


The writer David Jones is the one responsible for one of the most nausea inducing articles ever - the one where, having read Kate's novel, he rued the day that he ever doubted the McCanns.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1384977/Kate-McCanns-haunting-account-makes-rue-day-I-doubted-them.html

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