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When one Brenda Leyand just isn't enough for the McCann supporters

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When one Brenda Leyand just isn't enough for the McCann supporters

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 05.09.16 12:21


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Re: When one Brenda Leyand just isn't enough for the McCann supporters

Post by MayMuse on 05.09.16 12:31

What are they trying to prove? 

Maybe a "dossier" should be done of them as it seems to me that they just attack & antagonise...sickening! 
Better still perhaps MB of Sky could doorstep one of them & see how they like it! 

RIP Brenda

I don't get it, all this because of a differing opinion to the McCanns theory of abduction? Time would be better spent trying to find out what happened to that little girl than play nasty games over the internet! 

Bless you Madeleine

“Basically, I’m just an ordinary, straightforward guy who’s the victim of the biggest f***-up on this planet – if you’ll excuse the language.”

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Post by kaz on 05.09.16 12:38

When is a 'troll' not a 'troll?' Lance Armstrong was extremely fond of calling David Walsh of the Sunday Times a f******  troll  in an attempt to discredit him. Look where that one went!


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Post by Roxyroo on 05.09.16 16:19

When I first heard that last night I could hear a distinct Scottish accent, even with the horrific masking. Not that that means anything! I.m Scottish myself! big grin

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Post by Loving Mom on 06.09.16 4:46

Awful, what repulsive tweets!

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