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Will 'muratfan' be the next blogger to go to jail?

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Will 'muratfan' be the next blogger to go to jail?

Post by Tony Bennett on 29.10.10 15:59

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-11650593

Congratulations to the police and CPS on successfully convicting and imprisoning this man.

Next up - or should I say, next down - muratfan?
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Post by ufercoffy on 29.10.10 16:17

@Tony Bennett wrote:Next up - or should I say, next down - muratfan?



But then you've reported him numerous times and the police do nothing about him - perhaps because he's a McCann fan and must be protected just like his heroes, the McCanns.

Special people these McCanns. A new breed of criminal who are given flowers and standing ovations from the plods.
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Post by Tony Bennett on 29.10.10 16:53

@ufercoffy wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:Next up - or should I say, next down - muratfan?
But then you've reported him numerous times and the police do nothing about him - perhaps because he's a McCann fan and must be protected just like his heroes, the McCanns.

Special people these McCanns. A new breed of criminal who are given flowers and standing ovations from the plods.
Not forgetting the permanent Leicestershire Police website link to the McCanns' Paypal donation button.

It's not all just standing ovations and roses, you know!

Oh - and not forgetting the guided tour of the incident room at Leicestershire Police H.Q. at Enderby, either.

Jolly handy that, for someone who later became a suspect!
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Post by Judge Mental on 29.10.10 17:02

John Stalker must be nonplussed to have seen Gamble sitting on television cosying up to the McCanns after he ended up being suspended for allegedly fraternising with somebody who turned out not to be a criminal after all.

One would have thought that it was not in the interests of any authority figures to be involved with suspects in crimes.

The McCanns have not been exonerated to date.
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Post by Big Vern on 29.10.10 18:15

The permanent Leicestershire Police website link to the McCanns' Paypal donation button is an bsolute disgrace.
When the truth comes to light I hope to see heads roll.
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Post by Shibboleth on 29.10.10 22:56

Nah. Muratfan should not go to jail. Instead, a nice secure ward with nice young men in clean white coats.
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Post by kangdang on 30.10.10 1:17

@ufercoffy wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:Next up - or should I say, next down - muratfan?



But then you've reported him numerous times and the police do nothing about him - perhaps because he's a McCann fan and must be protected just like his heroes, the McCanns.

Special people these McCanns. A new breed of criminal who are given flowers and standing ovations from the plods.

Aye indeed. Kerry Needham appears to have wised up to that fact too
http://www.thestar.co.uk/news/Please-help-find-my-missing.6604420.jp

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Post by aiyoyo on 30.10.10 3:19

Yes, Muratfan should be charged for his atrocious behavior, he was more than malicious.

That would splash the fragrant pair names over all the front pages again.

The public need to know the mccanns did nothing to stop that kind of supporters.

They cant say they were not aware of it....their lawyers were informed!

And yeah, a few heads from the police should roll for their handling of the matter.

In fact the entire LP constabulary should be taken to task over supporting the mccanns website and paypal. Indirectly they were helping the mccanns to fleece the public money.
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Post by Cherry on 01.11.10 21:22

I would hope that the Leicestershire constabulary are under investigation for the part they have played.
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