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Every parent’s worst nightmare: Having a missing child like Madeleine McCann

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Post by Get'emGonçalo on 31.03.16 17:48

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http://www.euroweeklynews.com/3.0.15/nora-johnson/137710-every-parent’s-worst-nightmare-having-a-missing-child-like-madeleine-mccann

Article mostly about a new book promotion - nothing to do with MBM at all,
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Re: Every parent’s worst nightmare: Having a missing child like Madeleine McCann

Post by melisande on 31.03.16 18:06

I wonder if she had permission to use Madeleine's name and disappearance to promote her book? A sick way to promote sales imo.

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Post by sandancer on 31.03.16 19:05

Totally agree , very sick .
I don't suppose Kate will object to having her picture and her "feelings " splashed about in the media again though ! Not to mention a character in a book based on her ! aaagh
Any mention of Madeleine always creates attention sadly .
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Post by melisande on 31.03.16 19:51

@sandancer wrote:Totally agree , very sick .
I don't suppose Kate will object to having her picture and her "feelings " splashed about in the media again though ! Not to mention a character in a book based on her ! aaagh
Any mention of Madeleine always creates attention sadly .
I disagree. I think she would object if it was a deliberate use of her name to promote and make money, especially so if 'the fund' wasn't getting a percentage.

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Re: Every parent’s worst nightmare: Having a missing child like Madeleine McCann

Post by MRNOODLES on 31.03.16 23:38

"Well, if poor Maddie was abducted, I will eat my shoes!"



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Post by Verdi on 01.04.16 20:14

Clearly a misprint - should read..

Every missing child's nightmare:  Having parents like Kate and Gerry McCann.

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