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When will the McCanns' tormentor in chief stop adding to their misery?

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Re: When will the McCanns' tormentor in chief stop adding to their misery?

Post by ChippyM on 12.02.17 1:53

"The indelible pain is stamped on their faces for ever."

Or you could change 'pain' for 'guilt' , the phrase works both ways.

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Re: When will the McCanns' tormentor in chief stop adding to their misery?

Post by Hobs on 12.02.17 21:52

That news item was from 2010


ByTony Parsons

  • 00:00, 16 JAN 2010
  • Updated11:41, 30 JAN 2012

    If I recall he was reported by numerous people for his comments regarding both Dr. Amaral and the Police and Portuguese in general in this article and others, myself included complained to the press complaints office.

    If i recall, the complaints could not come from us but had to come from Portugal, so we helpfully forwarded the relevant articles and our complaints about it to the appropriate persons and they then made the formal complaints which i understand were upheld.

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Post by loopzdaloop on 13.02.17 0:20

@ChippyM wrote:
@jeanmonroe wrote:FINALLY! (the 'truth'?)

".......that saw prime ministers from Tony Blair onwards intervening at one level or another to assist in the investigation."

So, it IS 'true' GB erm, ' intervened' to get GA 'removed'' from the case?

I thought that bit was interesting Jean Monroe.  There's a lot of 'on the fence' type people that dismiss anything like this as the babblings of conspiraloons!

I think it was another of these articles franed to be in the mccanns favour but was realky aimed at providing people with more information. We guessed about Blair & Brown given their connections to Alex Woolfall - but what evidence do the daily mail have that hasnt been formally released.
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Post by jeanmonroe on 13.02.17 12:20

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/maddy-mccann-cop-adds-insults-195133

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