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Madeleine McCann: "Parents are vermin" in the Sun

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Madeleine McCann: "Parents are vermin" in the Sun

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 18.01.16 8:27



Madeleine McCann: a look at reporting on the missing child:
The Sun: “New Maddie hunt as Kate and Gerry launch last-ditch bid using final £750k in appeal fund”
The story is, as ever, a no-news story.
KATE and Gerry McCann are set to launch a final bid to find their missing daughter when funds for the police operation to find her dry up next year.
We’ve been her before.
Scotland Yard officers and detectives in the £12million ‘Operation Grange’ investigation have been searching for information on the whereabouts of missing Maddie McCann since 2011 but funding is only guaranteed until April 2016.
And then what?
However, parents Kate and Gerry have kept back £750k to launch a final private investigation if the operation fails to find conclusive information about their daughter, who went missing in Portugal shortly before her fourth birthday in May, 2007.
No news.
And the McCanns are set to dip into this fund in the New Year as part of a last-ditch attempt to trace Maddie or uncover the truth about their missing daughter.
And on and on it goes.
What is interesting is what the Sun allows in its comments section. The story has garnered three comments. We’ve screen-grabbed them all:
 

 
Is calling the parents “vermin” and suggesting they “did it” – whatever “it” is – allowable? Is this what the tabloids call ‘trolling’? We assume jibird65 is referring to the child’s parents and not the police
Wonder what Sun columnist Lorraine Kelly thinks of it? She wrote of “trolls” talking about the McCanns:
They have been accused of killing their own child, of hiding her body and covering up their “crime”. It would be laughable if it wasn’t so downright cruel.
I cannot begin to comprehend what would make someone even think such thoughts about a couple who have suffered such a devastating loss — never mind writing down the venomous comments and posting them on Twitter and Facebook.
Not to mention the Sun.
Labelling people who do this as “trolls” doesn’t describe the vileness of their actions. So I am heartened that the police are investigating the internet abuse directed at the McCanns.
Such are the facts.
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Re: Madeleine McCann: "Parents are vermin" in the Sun

Post by whodunit on 18.01.16 22:27

Why don't they give the money to SY as pay back for some of the taxpayers funds wasted on finding the phantom abductor?

I mean please, who do these nuts think they are kidding? If the famed Met can't crack the case after 8 years and several millions of pounds, which investigative body will do it for a paltry 750k?
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Post by willowthewisp on 19.01.16 13:44

@whodunit wrote:Why don't they give the money to SY as pay back for some of the taxpayers funds wasted on finding the phantom abductor?

I mean please, who do these nuts think they are kidding? If the famed Met can't crack the case after 8 years and several millions of pounds, which investigative body will do it for a paltry 750k?
Ask yourselves who has come back into the limelight at News Corp and "persuaded" David Cameron to have a review of an abduction, Operation Grange, via Metropolitan Police Service, testing the public's response with regard to the unsolved mystery, eh SIO Hamish Campbell and DCI Andy Redwood, who have handed the poisoned chalice to DCI Nicola (I nick erm before they know they're nicked) Wall time to shelve the case eh, Nicola?
Why isn't the S**m asking questions about the unsolved case with their top flight Martin **nt who harassed and persecuted live on Sky News an innocent woman Mrs Brenda Leyland, who was sometime later found deceased in an hotel, she had sought solace from these pariah's following her?

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Post by Sam S on 26.01.16 19:23

What bank has this money been sitting in for all these years?  Worth a Grand a week interest in the Bank of Jersey. that's where all the lottery winners stick their cash, under instruction Wink
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