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Daily Mail - 'it was like looking in the mirror'

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Re: Daily Mail - 'it was like looking in the mirror'

Post by sonic72 on 06.08.14 13:41

The old innocent by association trick eh! They are not fooling anyone!

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Re: Daily Mail - 'it was like looking in the mirror'

Post by Guest on 06.08.14 14:51

@aquila wrote:
If you take a look at the photograph of the two couples, I doubt they sat side by side on a banquette whilst dining. They must have shuftied around for a photoshoot.



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Post by MRNOODLES on 06.08.14 14:52

@sonic72 wrote:The old innocent by association trick eh! They are not fooling anyone!

Nicely summed up  clapping 
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Re: Daily Mail - 'it was like looking in the mirror'

Post by truthfultiger on 06.08.14 20:01

@MRNOODLES wrote:
@sonic72 wrote:The old innocent by association trick eh! They are not fooling anyone!

Nicely summed up  clapping 

Not only innocent by association but it probably makes useful research for the McCanns. Apparently psychopaths need to study other people to learn how to react in emotional situations, like a situation where one's child has been abducted. Just saying.

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Re: Daily Mail - 'it was like looking in the mirror'

Post by Brian Griffin on 07.08.14 3:17

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@Brian Griffin wrote:Coz they're running out of material to keep the Mcs in the headlines, perhaps?

They will be back in the 'headlines' shortly!

When GA wins his libel case and the McCanns AND their THREE kids have to cough up the 'costs' ALREADY awarded AGAINST them ALL in their FAILED book 'banning' case and the other TWO 'appeal' cases they have already lost, in Portuguese Courts!

No 'pocket' money for their two remaining kids...........for a very, very, VERY long time!

Thanks Daddy and Mommie dearest, for THAT!

"Amelie and i weren't put totally in danger, like Madeleine, by you and mummy, were we Dad? Only i've been on the internet around **** house and it says you did. The other kids at school are also saying Amelie and me are extremely lucky to even be here as they say we were put totally at risk of being 'abducted' or worse, ourselves"

"Er, cough, um, err, cough, er don't believe those nasty 'stories' son. We only consciously, diliberately, left you two alone, with Madeleine, out of sight, in the unlocked apartment for 35 minutes. and a further 45 minutes after that. Nothing dangerous could possibly have happened to you two in that time, could it? er, COUGH"

"so, to be honest, where's Madeleine, Dad, if we were ALL left totally SAFE together, by you and mummy?"
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Kids and their 'awkward' questions, eh?
I'll be surprised if they lose the trial. They seem to have some kind of magic button they can press that turns events their way. It's inconceivable they could have just got on a plane and gone home, unscathed, after all the confused stories, refusal to answer questions (and therefor deliberately hamper the investigation) and all the other things that don't quite add up...yet they did! In my opinion. Allegedly. Etc.
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Re: Daily Mail - 'it was like looking in the mirror'

Post by aquila on 07.08.14 14:28

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I don't like these people. There, I've said it.
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