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Woman who left her toddler alone in a hotel gets a police caution for child neglect.

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Woman who left her toddler alone in a hotel gets a police caution for child neglect.

Post by Silverspeed on 24.03.15 0:26

Haven't seen this posted elsewhere. Apologies if it has.

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/woman-left-her-toddler-hotel-125755432.html


Some interesting comments at the end of the article.
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Re: Woman who left her toddler alone in a hotel gets a police caution for child neglect.

Post by jeanmonroe on 24.03.15 13:35

@Silverspeed wrote:Haven't seen this posted elsewhere. Apologies if it has.

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/woman-left-her-toddler-hotel-125755432.html


Some interesting comments at the end of the article.

Including tihs one:

fred • 1 day 22 hours ago Report Abuse

Amazing:

Abandoned child not harmed (UK) = arrest and police caution
Abandoned child missing or dead (Portugal) = tea with the prime minister

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Re: Woman who left her toddler alone in a hotel gets a police caution for child neglect.

Post by lj on 24.03.15 17:11

All comments have disappeared. There were many referring to the McCanns, all doubting the official TM narrative.


It's amazing to which lengths these pathetic parents go to suppress free speech and the truth. 

Forget it Kate and Gerry the twins will grow up and read and ask. If not them their cousins or friends. You can employ whoever you want: more and more people know now that your version can't be true.

They will know, one day they all will know.

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Post by Rogue-a-Tory on 24.03.15 17:29

@lj wrote:All comments have disappeared. There were many referring to the McCanns, all doubting the official TM narrative.


It's amazing to which lengths these pathetic parents go to suppress free speech and the truth. 

Forget it Kate and Gerry the twins will grow up and read and ask. If not them their cousins or friends. You can employ whoever you want: more and more people know now that your version can't be true.

They will know, one day they all will know.
And there lies the actual answer to all this.

If the smoking gun cannot be found to all this because the British authorities cannot/will not play ball, it is up to the public who care about Maddie to constantly remind the world, via the non-MSM about what really did happen in Portugal April/May 2007. That will ensure that the McCs will always remain in the spotlight bound into their own perpetual open prison facing the truth of their lie. With the worst to be faced answering those closest to them. Enjoy the rest of your sentence Kate & Gerry.
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Spain - not Portugal !

Post by PeterMac on 15.08.15 7:51

http://www.surinenglish.com/20150814/news/costasol-malaga/threeyearoldboy-201508141205.html

Three year old boy dies in Coín after falling four floors
The Guardia Civil have arrested the boy’s mother for alleged manslaughter due to negligence, after her son fell from a window
14.08.15 - 12:05 - JUAN CANO COÍN

The child was living with his mother on the fourth floor of a building on Calle Matías García. :: S.S.
A young boy, who had just turned three years old, died on Wednesday in Coín after falling from the window of his bedroom onto an inside patio.
The Guardia Civil who have opened an investigation to determine the circumstances of the incident, have arrested the mother of the boy, a 25 year old Romanian, for an alleged crime of manslaughter due to negligence.
While the main hypothesis is that the fall was an accident, initial police enquiries point to the woman not having taken the necessary care of her young son.
The incident took place at 11.45am in a block of flats situated on Calle Matías García in the centre of Coín. A neighbour raised the alarm on discovering a child lying motionless on the ground of the building’s courtyard.
Several patrols of the Guardia Civil attended the scene as did an ambulance. However all the efforts of the emergency services, who stabilized the boy and took him to hospital, were in vain and at 12.45pm he was declared dead.
According to sources the boy fell from the window of his bedroom, situated on the fourth floor of the building, at a height of 9.15 metres. His mother, who was apparently at home at the time, had to be treated for shock.
Witnesses have revealed that the woman was out with a friend in the early hours of the morning at the town’s fair. This was a factor which led to her later arrest for manslaughter, shortly after she had been treated in hospital.
The accused is now out on bail. She has surrended her passport, is not allowed to leave the country and has to report to the court every week.
The young woman made a living begging and lived alone with her son in the flat, in which she was squatting. The owner of the flat had made an official complaint about the situation and cut off the electricity supply. Her family lived in the same area but were not on good terms and had already reported her for not looking after the boy properly.
As a mark of respect the town hall in Coín issued a decree suspending its fair celebrations yesterday for a day of mourning.

Eerie parallels yet again

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