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Massive slip up by Sky News?

Post by Mrs Holmes on 01.07.14 23:51

Just checking the latest news on the Sky news app and glanced at the newspaper headline round-up for tomorrow...

Daily Star
The newspaper reports on the ongoing investigation into the death of Madeleine McCann.

I've got a screen cap in case

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Post by Mrs Holmes on 01.07.14 23:58

::: Daily Mirror

Police in Portugal are questioning four suspects in the investigation over the death of Madeleine McCann.


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Post by PeterMac on 02.07.14 8:06

And they all confirm that the dogs have been taken back as well.
Cadaver dogs look for - - - wait for it - - - Cadavers.

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Post by tigger on 02.07.14 8:10

@PeterMac wrote:And they all confirm that the dogs have been taken back as well.
Cadaver dogs look for  - - - wait for it - - - Cadavers.

Could those who 'helped' after the fact pray2 

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Post by Mrs Holmes on 02.07.14 8:58

I see it's been woosh-clunked and the text for both now reads 'disappearance'

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Post by worriedmum on 02.07.14 9:49

@Mrs Holmes wrote:I see it's been woosh-clunked and the text for both now reads 'disappearance'
 what

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Post by PeterMac on 02.07.14 9:52

@worriedmum wrote:
@Mrs Holmes wrote:I see it's been woosh-clunked and the text for both now reads 'disappearance'
 
Interesting how the timing of the whooshing always corresponds to the time a certain solicitors' office opens for business.

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Post by Guest on 02.07.14 9:57

@PeterMac wrote:
@worriedmum wrote:
@Mrs Holmes wrote:I see it's been woosh-clunked and the text for both now reads 'disappearance'
 
Interesting how the timing of the whooshing always corresponds to the time a certain solicitors' office opens for business.

Pretty hard to delete this


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Post by DIBarlow on 02.07.14 9:59

@PeterMac wrote:
@worriedmum wrote:
@Mrs Holmes wrote:I see it's been woosh-clunked and the text for both now reads 'disappearance'
 
Interesting how the timing of the whooshing always corresponds to the time a certain solicitors' office opens for business.
Surely, if this is a bona-fide non-corrupt SY investigation, alongside the PJ, it would be their preference, not the perpetrators and their lawyers, to keep a lid on the UK media?

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Post by Rasputin on 02.07.14 10:11

Another interesting front page layout , we have the Madeleine headline...then mention of tennis ....A pink inference with Kate , then some info on a guilty pedophile...

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Post by sofieellis on 02.07.14 10:24

@Rasputin wrote:Another interesting front page layout , we have the Madeleine  headline...then mention of tennis ....A pink inference with Kate , then  some info on a guilty pedophile...

I said exactly the same thing to my son last night. It makes you wonder if some of these papers are absolutely bursting to say something else, but can only go with subliminal messages.

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Post by Sonmi-451 on 02.07.14 10:52

On a personal level I'm sure many journalists are busting to share what they know/think about the case. The fact they do not speaks volumes about the powerful influences that repress free speech in this country, e.g. The allegations and formal statements made against Cyril Smith apparently numbered in their hundreds before he died, and the matter was therefore very likely to be well known in 'Fleet Street', but its only now, years later, that the (partial?) story is gradually slipped out when headlines and column inches need to be filled, but when it's nice and safe as its too late to actually tackle the people involved.  Therefore the cynic in me thinks that it's quite possible that the media and TM are still bedfellows and that at least a couple of references made to Madeleine's death may be calculated and intentional... simply because there's the small matter of TM winning their lucrative case against Dr Amaral.

My cynicism can imagine GM, on the 8th, saying something like "Yes... Kate & I recognise that the odds are slim and that people have naturally at times suggested that our Madeleine is dead, but when they have done so we pointed out the harm it might do to our getting our poor Madeleine back safe and sound, and they understood that, apologised for their error and quickly changed it. Indeed, it was only last week that Sky said our Madeleine might have been killed, but one simple phonecall at 9.00am from our lovely team and the newspaper recognised that everyone's priority was to get Madeleine back to us alive... (produces onion from pocket and inhales deeply)... and so they whooshed it... (inhales onion again to show he does have emotion and has been deeply hurt)... and so if only Dr Amaral had also recognised that was the priority, and that's why we're all here in court today, what a travesty... but our Madeleine's safe return is our priority etc. etc. etc."

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Post by Snifferdog on 02.07.14 11:09

candyfloss wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:
@worriedmum wrote:
@Mrs Holmes wrote:I see it's been woosh-clunked and the text for both now reads 'disappearance'
 
Interesting how the timing of the whooshing always corresponds to the time a certain solicitors' office opens for business.

Pretty hard to delete this

Yes, I see on the Daily Star front page tennis, pink, paedophilia plus a pic of the queen and Kate = royalty.  Interesting.

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Post by unchained melody on 02.07.14 12:01

Excellent post there Sonmi-451 :-)

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Post by Clouseau on 02.07.14 12:07

Pretty in Pink......now where have I heard that before

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Post by Snifferdog on 02.07.14 12:18

It looks as though this site has been hacked, and the articles therein have an error sign or open up in Chinese!  

Sorry I can't post pics, but there are some photos and title clips which are still interesting in themselves, and imo throw light on some strange facts that have been noted here and elsewhere of protection for the McCanns and so-called diplomatic incidents. The pics in question are photos of a certain yacht check in and check out at Marina de Vilamoura Algarve, at the time Madeleine went missing dated 2 May 2007.

http://gerrymccan-abuseofpower-humanrights.blogspot.com/2009/02/prince-charles-involvement-in-mccanns.html

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Post by Mrs Holmes on 02.07.14 15:57

I believe we're looking at one of two possibilities with Sky News.

1 - This is subliminal and slowly the MSM is getting the public adjusted to the idea that there was no abduction

2 - This is a mistake, but it certainly tells you a lot about the opinion of the news team

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Post by whatliesbehindthesofa on 02.07.14 15:59

Wow, I would never have expected Rolf Harris or Wimbledon to be on the front page of a newspaper, it must mean something!

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Post by Mrs Holmes on 02.07.14 16:05



Here's the screen cap I took from my phone

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Post by Guest on 02.07.14 16:14

@whatliesbehindthesofa wrote:Wow, I would never have expected Rolf Harris or Wimbledon to be on the front page of a newspaper, it must mean something!
Female tennisplayer - tennis - swinging - Kate - Rolf Harris - old people 
 
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Post by HiDeHo on 02.07.14 17:38

May I use your screenshot on HDH facebook group Mrs Holmes? (with credits of course) Wink

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Post by Mrs Holmes on 02.07.14 17:39

Please feel free :)

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Post by Upsy Daisy on 04.07.14 21:30

Perhaps Madeleine McCann choked on a salted peanut (or M&M),  during the time left unattended. Kate said the kids had 'some treats' at bedtime. G & K had wine before going out, maybe they had a bowl of nuts and left some within reach of little hands... (obviously assuming accidental death scenario on 3rd may after 5.30pm). Just a thought, of course. Maybe the journos 'know.....'.....

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Post by Brian Griffin on 06.07.14 0:11

Or maybe they should just have paid for a qualified child-minder in the first place. Who knows?

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Post by maebee on 06.07.14 0:36

@Upsy Daisy wrote:Perhaps Madeleine McCann choked on a salted peanut (or M&M),  during the time left unattended. Kate said the kids had 'some treats' at bedtime. G & K had wine before going out, maybe they had a bowl of nuts and left some within reach of little hands... (obviously assuming accidental death scenario on 3rd may after 5.30pm). Just a thought, of course. Maybe the journos 'know.....'.....

Don't think so. Not a good enough reason to have to fake an abduction. Something way more sinister, imo: Gaspars SadSadSad

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