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Post by Guest on 25.05.11 20:39

Let's suppose Maddie and her two-year-old twin siblings had been left with a babysitter, or one of the Ocean Club's nannies, that fateful night.

Let's suppose the babysitter decided to pop out for 30 minutes to get a bottle of wine and a takeway.

Let's suppose that when the babysitter returned she found Maddie had been abducted.

The babysitter ran to the Tapas Bar to raise the alarm, again leaving the twins unattended.

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Is it really feasible that Kate and Gerry would:

Invite approximately 20 people into the apartment to contaminate the crime scene?
Tear Maddie's book to write a timeline for the babysitter?
Get someone to phone Sky News before the police?
Go jogging?
Wash the curtains?
Wash Cuddlecat?
Leave the twins in the creche again when there was an 'abductor' around?
Be photographed smiling and smirking?


Let's imagine a different scenario - that the babysitter returned to find Maddie dead behind the sofa:

Is it really feasible that Kate and Gerry would:

Try to jemmy the window?
Clean the apartment?
Move the sofa?
Possibly dump a fridge?
Frame an innocent man?
Make excuses for the evidence found?
Rubbish the sniffer dogs?
Refuse to answer the PJ's 48 questions?
Refuse to take part in a reconstruction?
Flee Portugal?
Not demand that the investigation remain opened?
Not make a formal request to the British police to investigate?

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I'm sure that if Maddie died whilst in the care of a babysitter they wouldn't be so keen to say her actions were "within the bounds of responsible babysitting."

I also wonder if the McCanns would be happy for the babysitter to carry on working with children, or whether they would have demanded she be removed from her job, as Gonçalo Amaral was removed from the investigation?
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Post by pauline on 25.05.11 20:48

Gerry said that a social worker or some such relevant professional person told him that leaving the children alone in that particular context was within the bounds of acceptable parenting.

He has never named that person. I don't believe him.

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Re: "Within the bounds of responsible parenting"

Post by Mini Slueth on 25.05.11 20:52

pauline wrote:Gerry said that a social worker or some such relevant professional person told him that leaving the children alone in that particular context was within the bounds of acceptable parenting.

He has never named that person. I don't believe him.


I think while reading Kates book earlier today, she mentions the lawyers who first went over from the uk said that...............................but you cant really believe what Kate has written can you?
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Post by Honeycomb on 25.05.11 21:26

You can't believe what Kate has written and you can't believe what she says either.

And yet she's a doctor. someone of trust someone who you're supposed to trust.

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Re: "Within the bounds of responsible parenting"

Post by Guest001 on 13.06.11 2:06

Honeycomb on Wed May 25, 2011 9:26 pm You can't believe what Kate has written and you can't believe what she says either.

And yet she's a doctor. someone of trust someone who you're supposed to trust

Have you read the news about Tamsin Dunwood in the Daily Mail?

Daughter of Labour veteran Gwyneth Dunwoody held over 'attack on child at home'

The daughter of a well-known former Labour MP has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting a child at her home.

Police were called to the remote Welsh farmhouse owned by Tamsin Dunwoody after a report of a disturbance.

The twice-divorced 52-year-old is the daughter of the late Labour veteran Gwyneth Dunwoody, the UK’s longest-serving female MP, who died three years ago.

Tamsin Dunwoody was arrested on June 4 on suspicion of common assault and breach of the peace, and taken to a local police station in Pembrokeshire.

A Dyfed-Powys Police spokeswoman said last night: ‘Police were called to attend to a report of a disturbance at an address in Amblestone, Haverfordwest, on June 4, 2011.

‘Officers attended and later arrested a 52-year-old woman on suspicion of common assault and breach of the peace. She has been bailed pending further inquiries.’

Dunwoody trained in the National Health Service, and worked in London hospitals for nearly 15 years according to Wikipedia

wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamsin_Dunwoody
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