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Libel Trial - Angus McBride's Testimony

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Post by PeterMac on Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:27 am

@Praiaaa wrote:
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No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:Not the smirking interview but, thanks to someone on Facebook, I've found the one which has been whooshed from YouTube; the one where they jump up looking as if they've won the lottery when they think they're off camera.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/7380419.stm
I'm hoping that we have a lip-reader to tell us what Kate said at about 2.40.
The contrast between their behaviour then and what it was seconds earlier could hardly be more extreme.
CAN SOMEONE WHO KNOWS HOW TO DO IT  Record this and upload it again onto You Tube.
Or here in a form we can all record and keep and re-play

THIS MUST NEVER BE Whooshed.
Wow! Am astonished the BBC let that slip thru ...
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Re: Libel Trial - Angus McBride's Testimony

Post by sharonl on Thu Sep 19, 2013 10:32 am

@Praiaaa wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:
No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:Not the smirking interview but, thanks to someone on Facebook, I've found the one which has been whooshed from YouTube; the one where they jump up looking as if they've won the lottery when they think they're off camera.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/7380419.stm
I'm hoping that we have a lip-reader to tell us what Kate said at about 2.40.
The contrast between their behaviour then and what it was seconds earlier could hardly be more extreme.
CAN SOMEONE WHO KNOWS HOW TO DO IT  Record this and upload it again onto You Tube.
Or here in a form we can all record and keep and re-play

THIS MUST NEVER BE Whooshed.
Wow! Am astonished the BBC let that slip thru ...

Well found!
TB actually covered this specific point - and other 'body language' points - at Reason No. 29 in his now-banned '60 Reasons':

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29. The body language of the doctors McCann - signs that they were not telling the truth

To some observers, particularly women - who appear in general to read ‘body language’ better than men - the body language of the McCanns has, throughout, not been consistent with their believing that Madeleine had been abducted.  The  photo on our back cover, for example, shows the McCanns on Saturday 12th May, nine days after Madeleine went ‘missing’, and on what would have been her fourth birthday.

Few people can understand how they could look so cheerful so soon after the realisation that they may have lost Madeleine for ever. It must of course be admitted that not all people react in the same way following a loss or disaster. Some express their emotions more openly than others. Others consciously try to hide their emotions or have developed a ‘stiff upper lip’ type of personality - said to be a trait of the English - where their emotions are suppressed and much more difficult, therefore, to ‘read’.  

But even after making allowances for this, the body language of the McCanns has been extraordinary. To give just one example, around the time of the one-year anniversary of Madeleine’s ‘disappearance’, the McCanns agreed to do an interview with BBC TV East Midlands.  The presenter described how the doctors had had to ‘steel themselves’ to go through with this ‘agonising’ interview, in which they once again described how distraught they were at the loss of Madeleine.  Yet, as viewers could see for themselves - because the BBC editor allowed the cameras to roll for a few seconds after their interview ended - they rose from their seats laughing and joking with each other, just after they had answered the last question with their usual solemnity and gravity.

On the Internet in general, and on YouTube in particular, many examples of strange, atypical body language and verbal responses by the doctors McCann can be seen. Examples include:

• avoiding eye contact with the interviewer and turning their heads away from the interviewer when difficult subjects for them were raised
• physical expression limited and stiff, with few arm and hand movements; hand, arm and leg tending to be directed toward the body
• smirking (especially by Dr Gerry McCann) at inappropriate moments
• hesitancy and defensiveness over ‘difficult’ questions
• over-reacting to awkward questions e.g. Dr Gerry McCann walking out of an interview with a Spanish journalist and removing his microphone 
• hands touching face, throat or mouth, scratching nose or behind the ear
• never showing any real signs of distress
• gestures or expressions not matching their verbal statements
• the doctors’ inability to find any way of sending a message direct to Madeleine on TV; for example, when specifically invited to say something to her, Dr Kate McCann could only say : ‘She knows we love her’, while Dr Gerry McCann said nothing
• not looking at each other throughout interviews.

It was therefore no surprise that, after the McCanns did a major interview with a Spanish TV company in October 2007, some 70% of viewers in a telepoll after the programme thought that the doctors were not telling the truth. Similarly, in an opinion poll carried out in Britain the previous month, 80% of respondents also felt that ‘the McCanns were not telling the whole truth’.

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Re: Libel Trial - Angus McBride's Testimony

Post by aiyoyo on Thu Sep 19, 2013 1:36 pm

@PeterMac wrote:
@Praiaaa wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:
No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:Not the smirking interview but, thanks to someone on Facebook, I've found the one which has been whooshed from YouTube; the one where they jump up looking as if they've won the lottery when they think they're off camera.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/7380419.stm
I'm hoping that we have a lip-reader to tell us what Kate said at about 2.40.
The contrast between their behaviour then and what it was seconds earlier could hardly be more extreme.
CAN SOMEONE WHO KNOWS HOW TO DO IT  Record this and upload it again onto You Tube.
Or here in a form we can all record and keep and re-play

THIS MUST NEVER BE Whooshed.
Wow! Am astonished the BBC let that slip thru ...
Well found!
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Set out like that it looks really shocking. What are they on that they can switch between one face to another just like that?

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Re: Libel Trial - Angus McBride's Testimony

Post by plebgate on Thu Sep 19, 2013 2:47 pm

Hasn't even taken the microphone off before laughing.    I just cannot get my head around the sort of behaviour we have seen over the years.

Thanks for posting NFWTD.

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Re: Libel Trial - Angus McBride's Testimony

Post by aiyoyo on Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:32 pm

If Mcbride;s been checking internet for McNews, which he seems to be doing looking for Amaral's boom, hope he look in here.

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Re: Libel Trial - Angus McBride's Testimony

Post by Cristobell on Thu Sep 19, 2013 3:49 pm

@plebgate wrote:Hasn't even taken the microphone off before laughing.    I just cannot get my head around the sort of behaviour we have seen over the years.

Thanks for posting NFWTD.
I cannot imagine any grieving parents of a lost or murdered child behaving in that way, the very idea is obscene.

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Re: Libel Trial - Angus McBride's Testimony

Post by plebgate on Fri Sep 20, 2013 11:09 am

I agree Cristobell and suicidal thoughts seem to be very far away.


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