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Similarities between this and the McCann case?

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Re: Similarities between this and the McCann case?

Post by Silverspeed on 03.01.15 23:29

agree
Especially this bit ...........and court documents showed that a cadaver dog turned up a scent of a dead body near the mother's bed.[4]
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Re: Similarities between this and the McCann case?

Post by Silverspeed on 03.01.15 23:37

And this bit........A police request for a warrant claims that inconsistent stories from people involved may have hampered early stages of the investigation.[6]
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Re: Similarities between this and the McCann case?

Post by kinell on 04.01.15 7:21



Doesn't Kate do this with Madeleine's pink bedroom 'for when she gets back'?

Well, if the Irwins want to get away with the death of their daughter (wasn't cadaver scent found next to the mom's bed?) they only have to follow the McCann case. 

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Post by G-Unit on 04.01.15 8:00

Very similar isn't it? There were some Irwins in Praia Da Luz also, although obviously unlikely to be connected.
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