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Lesson for Kate McCann on how to comfort a baby

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Re: Lesson for Kate McCann on how to comfort a baby

Post by ROSA on 28.05.11 22:48

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Post by scotclogs on 28.05.11 22:51

AWWWWW SWEET, thats just lovely thumbsup even a cat's a better mother than kate mccann lol4
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Post by Guest on 28.05.11 22:52

How sweet is that. Wonderful clip.
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Post by Guest on 28.05.11 22:55

It gives a whole new meaning to Cuddlecat doesn't it?
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Post by Guest on 28.05.11 23:47



You can't beat this pic of Kate taking that naughty Cuddlecat into the station for questioning - highly dubious that it was in contact with 6 corpses nah

What a pathetic photo that she had the damn thing sticking out of her bag like that Rolling Eyes
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Post by ROSA on 28.05.11 23:58

@admin wrote:

You can't beat this pic of Kate taking that naughty Cuddlecat into the station for questioning - highly dubious that it was in contact with 6 corpses

What a pathetic photo that she had the damn thing sticking out of her bag like that Rolling Eyes
Do we have the names and details off the 6 corpses maybe Kate can go back through her records and provide that very important information
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Post by lj on 29.05.11 0:01

AAAAAwww that kitty.

Yes Kate can learn a lot from the animals.

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Post by ROSA on 29.05.11 6:57


Cuddle cat a useful prop to hide the laughter as seen here
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Re: Lesson for Kate McCann on how to comfort a baby

Post by PeterMac on 29.05.11 7:26

According to the book Cuddle Cat is the same age as Madeleine, nearly 4 years old, and was with her every night.
p. 69 "Cuddle Cat - a soft toy she'd been given soon after she was born, and never went to bed without."
Does anyone think it looks a bit newer than that ? Perhaps so new that the other version of the truth, the one about it's having been a 4th birthday present from her, uncle might be more accurate.
But in that case how did it get to be used as a swab at all those Post Mortems.

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Post by Marian on 29.05.11 9:13

If a vote was to be taken to rate the sheer silliness of Kate's explanations, I think that those involving Cuddlecat would be number 1.
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Post by scotclogs on 29.05.11 15:05

@PeterMac wrote:According to the book Cuddle Cat is the same age as Madeleine, nearly 4 years old, and was with her every night.
p. 69 "Cuddle Cat - a soft toy she'd been given soon after she was born, and never went to bed without."
Does anyone think it looks a bit newer than that ? Perhaps so new that the other version of the truth, the one about it's having been a 4th birthday present from her, uncle might be more accurate.
But in that case how did it get to be used as a swab at all those Post Mortems.

Yes it was the VERY creepy " uncle" Jon Conner, he said it was his birthday gift to maddie for her 4th birthday,
after 4 years I am still confused at times with it all. their DAFT story's confused
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