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Madeleine McCann: Parents of missing tot fear ex-cop’s book could be published in UK

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Re: Madeleine McCann: Parents of missing tot fear ex-cop’s book could be published in UK

Post by SuspiciousMinds on 06.02.17 16:53

@Reggiregg wrote:Hello to the forum. I have come here from the digital spy forum posts.  Most unusually a long thread on the Madeleine case has not been pulled. (This forum was mentioned as very fair and informative). An interesting thing was that frequently someone would come on being very hostile and accusing posters of being callous, nasty speculators etc and the whole thing would end up in a back and forth row. This was very obvious when someone said they met a police woman on holiday who had strong opinions having worked on the case. There was an immediate flurry of "How shocking,  she should be sacked. No one should say a word..." Which seemed designed to make sure the person posting was scared off repeating what the policewoman had said!

Sounds about right! There are a lot of people out there who seem either have a vested interest in stopping rational discussion or fall for every media headline going. Anyway, welcome to the forum. :)

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Re: Madeleine McCann: Parents of missing tot fear ex-cop’s book could be published in UK

Post by spacestar on 06.02.17 17:03

@Reggiregg wrote:Hello to the forum. I have come here from the digital spy forum posts.  Most unusually a long thread on the Madeleine case has not been pulled. (This forum was mentioned as very fair and informative). An interesting thing was that frequently someone would come on being very hostile and accusing posters of being callous, nasty speculators etc and the whole thing would end up in a back and forth row. This was very obvious when someone said they met a police woman on holiday who had strong opinions having worked on the case. There was an immediate flurry of "How shocking,  she should be sacked. No one should say a word..." Which seemed designed to make sure the person posting was scared off repeating what the policewoman had said!
Hello and welcome to this forum Reggiereg. I'm a DS member as well, haven't actually read the McCann thread, didn't even know there was one, they are usually pulled. I'm off now to look for it  big grin
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