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"Someone tried to hack into my 'phone", moans Clarence Mitchell

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Post by Tony Bennett on 20.01.11 22:29

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Post by Autumn on 21.01.11 2:04

This has made it onto the MSN newspage headlines. Maybe they think any publicity is good publicity but most reading the article will probably think it looks like they've got something to hide - all sounds a bit dodgy.

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Post by Judge Mental on 21.01.11 2:29

''He said the McCanns would be "angered and upset" by the alleged attempts to intercept messages during the time of the investigation into their daughter's disappearance.''

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Why would he think that dropping the McCann name would add any gravitas to his telling us of his displeaure at being hacked?

One is now rather suspicious that Mitchell may already have let them down somewhere along the line, but that they don't know about it yet big grin

However, he now has a most excellent excuse if anything should ever come back to his door, where he could be blamed for anything. Because he will be able to explain it away, by saying that it must have been because his telephone was hacked laugh laugh
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Post by Guest on 21.01.11 9:20

Precisely Judge !! He has a new boss now and he knows it.
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Post by Judge Mental on 21.01.11 11:46

Stella wrote:Precisely Judge !! He has a new boss now and he knows it.

It is possibly playing on his mind a lot more now that the Amaral libel case is looming. We know what happened last time when things didn't go their way. Especially when we remember Paiva going along to court and saying that Kate McCann had been calling up him and telling him of her personal insights, whilst Gerald McCann was away doing whatever he is alleged to have been doing back here in the UK.

It must be altigether quite dreadful and cringeworthy to think that somebody may yet mention at the libel trial, the fact that some Team McCann members were under surveillance and having their telephones tapped whilst they were under thorough police investigation laughat

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Post by Estelle on 25.01.11 6:25

http://dewanimystery.blogspot.com/2011/01/shrien-dewani-may-pay-enough-to-buy-his.html

There has been a lot of phone hacking going on in England and Gordon Brown appears somewhat twitchy ...he is concerned that his phone may have been 'hacked' during his time as 'Prime Minister'

Harriet Harman made an amusing comment when you think of the corruption in the British Goverment and Leicestershire Police Constabulary..she said 'No one is above the law' ....one has to laugh when the McCanns clearly are and we soon shall see if Shrien Dewani will follow suit...

The Gaspar statement..LIBEL suit for any member of the press who dares to print this piece of what could be vital evidence as to what may have happened to MADELEINE MCCANN.
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Post by Judge Mental on 25.01.11 18:28

Brunt: In the car the scientists have also found another, a second full match and Police say that is the most damning evidence that’s been returned by these forensic test results and It shows as far as they are concerned, the presence of Madeleine’s body in the hire car 5 weeks, at least 5 weeks after she disappeared. And as I said, this begins to explain I think why the Police are so adamant about their theory and this of course is part of the evidence that the Prosecutor here will start considering we think in the morning”.

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