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Widnes Weekly News: Madeleine: We should listen to investigators

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Widnes Weekly News: Madeleine: We should listen to investigators

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 26.04.11 20:06



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Re: Widnes Weekly News: Madeleine: We should listen to investigators

Post by littlepixie on 26.04.11 21:46

Bravo GEG, Thanks for posting this for us to see.
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Sympathetic Mum and Gran writes to the 'Widnes Weekly News'

Post by Tony Bennett on 02.05.11 13:34

@littlepixie wrote:Bravo GEG, Thanks for posting this for us to see.

There has been a reply to 'Widnes Market Shopper' published in this week's Widnes Weekly News and Runcorn Weekly News, from a reader describing herself as 'Sympathetic Mum and Gran'.

This the text of the letter they published:


Why does "Widnes Market Shopper" want to display such unkind thoughts about Madeleine McCann's family in the Weekly News?

At a time when this anniversary is very near, people with half a heart can see the pressure etched on these poor parents' faces.

They made a mistake, a bad mistake, they have said they are sorry and their suffering is never-ending.

Did this person have to look to this obscure website which has had so much publicity this week on radio and TV to jump on this bandwagon that makes the point that they may be in some way to blame.

Mr Amaral's book is crammed with discrepancies and downright lies, we should not be even giving it houseroom and repeating it.

Please, show some thought and compassion for the McCann family and pray this might be their last Easter without knowing what happened to Madeleine.

- 'Sympathetic Mum and Gran'
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Re: Widnes Weekly News: Madeleine: We should listen to investigators

Post by maebee on 02.05.11 19:28

they have said they are sorry
Really? I must have missed that. Did anybody else hear them say they were sorry?
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Post by Cloud9 on 02.05.11 19:42

I don't know how anyone can be sympathetic towards these arguidos when their child is still missing. They were made arguidos for a reason. And if the case is reopened they will become arguidos again.
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Post by listener on 02.05.11 23:33

@maebee wrote:
they have said they are sorry
Really? I must have missed that. Did anybody else hear them say they were sorry?

Not me nah
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Re: Widnes Weekly News: Madeleine: We should listen to investigators

Post by lj on 03.05.11 0:41

They said they slept well after 5 days, is that the same as being sorry?
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Post by ufercoffy on 03.05.11 6:28

@lj wrote:They said they slept well after 5 days, is that the same as being sorry?



No, it's not quite the same, lj.

It's more like "Sorry Margaret can't be here to enjoy our new mortgage-free lifestyle"

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Post by lj on 03.05.11 6:51

That photo gets me the most from all shameless pictures. As if they won a race, how extremely inappropriate.

Yeah I know it's not the same, UF, but I guess sorry is not in their vocabulary.
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