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Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

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Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by EnglishBull on 30.04.17 10:36

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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by Philip Anders on 01.05.17 17:09

He obviously has the streetwise intelligence to realise the potential damage to his reputation if he adopts the TM party line or the risk of being sued if he doesn't.
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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by aquila on 01.05.17 18:17

@Philip Anders wrote:
He obviously has the streetwise intelligence to realise the potential damage to his reputation if he adopts the TM party line or the risk of being sued if he doesn't.
Didn't Mark Williams-Thomas study under Professor David Wilson at UCE?

That's embarrassing enough to steer clear of the Madeleine McCann case.
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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by pennylane on 01.05.17 18:36

Prof David Wilson has spoken in the McCanns favor quite a few times over the years!

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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by aquila on 01.05.17 19:01

@pennylane wrote:Prof David Wilson has spoken in the McCanns favor quite a few times over the years!
Professor David Wilson is canny enough to realise that his contribution to what happened to Madeleine McCann is insignificant and his life and career are better off elsewhere, which is mostly looking back at solved cases and giving an opinion.

I can't blame him at all for steering clear. I quite admire him for saying no.
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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by sammyc on 01.05.17 19:18

Perhaps some of these professionals who have backed the McCanns and the UK Media story have realised that most of the UK public now have major doubts of their version and are slowly distancing themselves from McCanns. The Sun is allowing comments I wouldn't have imagined a couple of years ago. Where is  Branson and Goldenballs, Elton John, Everton FC  on the 10th Anniversary?
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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by plebgate on 01.05.17 21:30

Elton John has been in intensive care with some mystery bug, but I don't know if he ever supported them or whether it was a case of a super star such as Elton John possibly being asked to support a Big occasion?

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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by Philip Anders on 03.05.17 8:57

@aquila wrote:
@Philip Anders wrote:
He obviously has the streetwise intelligence to realise the potential damage to his reputation if he adopts the TM party line or the risk of being sued if he doesn't.
Didn't Mark Williams-Thomas study under Professor David Wilson at UCE?

That's embarrassing enough to steer clear of the Madeleine McCann case.
Yes, Williams-Thomas didn't have any formal qualifications, i.e. a degree, but was sponsored on to an MA course by Wilson on the basis of Wiiliams-Thomas's police experience, albeit only ever at constable level. He never got any promotion in the police service.
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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by Ruffian on 30.10.18 15:38

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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by Ruffian on 30.10.18 16:06

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2818175/Critcs-raving-BBC1-s-Missing-criminologist-David-Wilson-reveals-makes-gripping-parallels-McCanns.html

The McCanns can never be free from their terrible experience


As I know from my work with victims of crime, to be a parent of a missing child is a form of life sentence. Sometimes the discovery of a body can, to use that ugly term, bring a sense of closure. ‘At least there is someone to bury’, or ‘some place to remember’, the parents of some victims have said to me.

Gerry and Kate McCann were both absent from their holiday flat at the time of their daughter’s abduction. That, along with their strong Catholic faith, probably helped to hold their marriage together.

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Re: Prof David Wilson - Will Not Discuss McCann Case

Post by Jill Havern on 30.10.18 16:19

@Ruffian wrote:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2818175/Critcs-raving-BBC1-s-Missing-criminologist-David-Wilson-reveals-makes-gripping-parallels-McCanns.html

The McCanns can never be free from their terrible experience


As I know from my work with victims of crime, to be a parent of a missing child is a form of life sentence. Sometimes the discovery of a body can, to use that ugly term, bring a sense of closure. ‘At least there is someone to bury’, or ‘some place to remember’, the parents of some victims have said to me.

Gerry and Kate McCann were both absent from their holiday flat at the time of their daughter’s abduction. That, along with their strong Catholic faith, probably helped to hold their marriage together.

What abduction?

eta: Sorry, it seems those aren't your words, but Prof Wilson's from that article.
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