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Parents left boy alone in the woods - Telegraph article

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Post by nglfi on Tue May 31, 2016 1:21 pm

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/29/parents-left-boy-in-woods-as-punishment-say-japanese-police-as-h/

There's no reason according to the article at the moment to think the parents in this case are lying. However, I'm trying to phrase this in a way without being cruel because the poor little boy is missing. But what a simple and effective cover story - our boy was naughty so we left him in the woods. Much simpler than well we went on holiday and left the children while we went out. We can't remember if the doors were locked or not. We left them alone but we were checking regularly. Madeleine hasn't come to harm but she's probably with a paedophile. She may be dead or she may be alive. There's no window for anyone to have taken her but it MUST have happened because we certainly didn't do anything wrong. So in conclusion, we don't know what happened to her but it definitely isn't our fault.
Why didn't they come up with a simple left her on the beach story?

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Post by MayMuse on Tue May 31, 2016 1:29 pm

Some parents haven't got a teddy bears "picnic" between 'em!!!?!!!

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Post by plebgate on Tue May 31, 2016 1:33 pm

What would possess any parent to leave a child alone in the woods because he was naughty?

I wouldn't leave any child in the backgarden if they were naughty never mind a bear infested wood.

Cruel beyond belief and if any harm does come to the child they deserve a very, very big helping of Porridge.   Absolute madness.

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Post by MayMuse on Tue May 31, 2016 1:43 pm

@nglfi wrote:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/05/29/parents-left-boy-in-woods-as-punishment-say-japanese-police-as-h/

There's no reason according to the article at the moment to think the parents in this case are lying. However, I'm trying to phrase this in a way without being cruel because the poor little boy is missing. But what a simple and effective cover story - our boy was naughty so we left him in the woods. Much simpler than well we went on holiday and left the children while we went out. We can't remember if the doors were locked or not. We left them alone but we were checking regularly. Madeleine hasn't come to harm but she's probably with a paedophile. She may be dead or she may be alive. There's no window for anyone to have taken her but it MUST have happened because we certainly didn't do anything wrong. So in conclusion, we don't know what happened to her but it definitely isn't our fault.
Why didn't they come up with a simple left her on the beach story?  
No loving parent that I know leaves their young, vulnerable child alone ever; whether for punishment (if that is a true scenario) to dine out or to fetch an ice cream whilst they play on the beach?!?

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Post by nglfi on Tue May 31, 2016 2:00 pm

It does get me wondering though, since IMO the McCanns have not given a truthful version of events, much of it was quite convoluted and didn't make an awful lot of sense. It tends to point towards no forward planning and a last minute accident. But then the problem with that is how there was time to clean the flat forensically. It's a hard one for me to get my head around. On the surface of it, this telegraph story, yes indeed is cruel and I can't imagine what lead the parents to do it, but it at least makes sense and has at least a smidgen of plausibility.

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Post by nglfi on Tue May 31, 2016 2:02 pm

When I say makes sense I mean there aren't any apparent discrepancies in the story. Of course it's an awful thing to do.

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Post by plebgate on Tue May 31, 2016 2:59 pm

@nglfi wrote:When I say makes sense I mean there aren't any apparent discrepancies in the story. Of course it's an awful thing to do.
If anything really bad happens to the child they should be done for cruelty leading to harm to a minor imo.

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Post by nglfi on Tue May 31, 2016 3:20 pm

I completely agree.

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Post by Cmaryholmes on Fri Jun 03, 2016 10:55 am

Happily this little lad has been found. His parents have expressed remorse for their neglectful behaviour. They may face legal action, according to the media.

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Post by nglfi on Fri Jun 03, 2016 10:58 am

Yes I just saw it on BBC news. There's a video link to a very genuine and humbling apology from the father. It's clear how happy he is they found him.

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Post by plebgate on Fri Jun 03, 2016 5:48 pm

Really good news.   Pathetic parenting and I think they should be charged with cruelty.   He must have been really frightened.

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Post by MayMuse on Sat Jun 04, 2016 11:46 am

Great news for this little boy, as for the parents hope this has taught them a huge lesson at the very least!

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Post by plebgate on Sat Jun 04, 2016 5:25 pm

He hadn't eaten in all that time and was lucky there was a water tap in the building he took shelter in.   They are very lucky nothing very bad happened to him.

He seems to be a very bright boy and bright kids are very often naughty, leaving him alone in the woods!  Why did that ever enter their heads?

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