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McCanns claim Madeleine is 'treated as a number; a statistic' by the government

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McCanns claim Madeleine is 'treated as a number; a statistic' by the government

Post by ufercoffy on 12.02.11 7:10

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Original message by 'Kathy':

Tuesday, 08 February 2011 at 13:21

What i find most sickening is that people in power sit back and do NOTHING. There is no publicity, no message to anyone who may be involved with kidnappers or the kidnappers' families, they are so flippant, and expect the man on the street to take matters like this into their own hands, which is fine to a point, but come on, what are they thinking? Maybe the reason they "let it go" is because they are involved in or making money out of cases like this.. who knows???!!!

McCanns' response:

Wednesday, 09 February 2011 at 15:33

Kathy, Jacci and Mary, we feel the same way. We shouldn't be having to do this on our own. Madeleine is a British citizen and she deserves to have the best the government can offer in finding her. Instead, she's treated as a number; a statistic. Our daughter is NOT a number and our government should be doing everything they can to help find her. Please...if you haven't already, sign the petition. Put pressure on our government to have the case re-opened and reviewed by an independent and impartial investigation team.


Here's my message to the McCanns : Ask the PJ to reopen the case yourselves! You allowed it to be shelved in the first place and now you sit around bitching that no one is doing anything! angry

Whose cadaver scent and bodily fluid was found in the McCann's apartment and hire car if not Madeleine's?  Shocked

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