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Woman's Own - 24 January: TRISH CAMERON says - give them some more money

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Woman's Own - 24 January: TRISH CAMERON says - give them some more money

Post by Tony Bennett on Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:20 pm

Just received this from a Woman's Own reader:


Were you also aware there was an article in Woman's Own (24 January edition) supposedly by Gerry's sister Patricia Cameron to tell us "how the McCanns are coping", plugging the Find Madeleine Fund and Missing People and very much asking for donations, obviously...

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Re: Woman's Own - 24 January: TRISH CAMERON says - give them some more money

Post by crikey on Thu Jan 20, 2011 4:37 pm

Trouble here is the Missing Persons website she is also asking for donations for. Giving with one hand and taking with the other


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Re: Woman's Own - 24 January: TRISH CAMERON says - give them some more money

Post by Cherry on Sat Jan 22, 2011 9:26 am

I have trouble in understanding why any charity would want to be remotely associated with the Mccanns, have the people in the charity actually bothered to read all their discrepancies in the statements and interviews, do the people in the charity not care they didnt appear to ask for the case to be reopened, have they not read up all the information relating to concerns about the 'fund', have they not read the Gaspar statements, have they not seen the dogs footage? I think the Missing Persons charity is now tainted by the association with these people imo

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