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Gerry admitting there will be significant legal fees May 2007

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Post by Bren on 08.07.10 16:02

I don't know if you have this Jill, but here is a video done by xklamation as to Gerry saying round about 22nd May 2007 that there will be significant legal fees paid out of the Fund round about 3.58 mins. into the video

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Post by Autumn on 08.07.10 17:59

Its interesting re-visiting some of the early interviews and press conferences - I must have missed this gem Makes me wonder even more if Madeleine's disappearance was planned, what on earth was going on in his head when he said this?

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Re: Gerry admitting there will be significant legal fees May 2007

Post by Guest on 08.07.10 18:41

Thanks for that Bren.

Very matter of fact wasn't it. Lots of plans for the future, campaign managers, legal team trips etc., and all this when Madeleine had been missing only 19 days!! She could have been found anytime. Hardly a mention of Madeleine.

This stood out for me

Reporter.... Do you have a new appeal or any thoughts of sending a message to the person who took Madeleine?

GM........... No, we're going to wait and see what the response is from the current appeal. Shocked

Also when asked about his trip back home he said.... it was a good feel back home, everone was vibrant bigshock


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Post by Guest on 06.11.13 23:28

Good to be reminded of this little gem - with thanks to Bren for posting it!!!!

It contains the question about whether he knew Robert Murat that Gerry wouldn't answer.
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Post by Guest on 06.11.13 23:59

I've never seen this before. At that time I wasn't interested yet. Very revealing. Good to see Pinky jumping in and shutting them up ...
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