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McCann's still pushing for Independent review

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Post by Hunger4Unger on 16.05.11 15:08

From the Official Find Madeleine Campaign Facebook page: "We still have our petition up. If you haven't signed it, please sign it and pass on. Huge thanks to those that have already signed. ♥"

So now they want a review AWAY from the British Police? Is this confirmation that the review by the Met police isn't what they wanted? :)







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Post by Guest on 16.05.11 15:15

hi Hunger4Unger, welcome to the forum
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This thread I posted this morning, with the new videos by the McCanns is still asking for people to sign. I don't know why? It does seem strange that they would keep it going now the British police are investigating. thinking

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Post by Hunger4Unger on 16.05.11 15:21

Thanks for the link. I am new to this forum but not to the case, was on 3A's (!), on MM and active on Twitter.

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Post by lj on 16.05.11 16:34

Hi Hunger4Unger, I remember you!

I don't think they want a review of the case, as in "what happened to Maddie"

I think they want a review of all the crazy leads, sightings that takes any investigator away from them.
They might already be warming up for the "instead of looking for Maddie, they are trying to frame us" spiel.

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