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A conversation with the press

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A conversation with the press

Post by Guest on 09.07.11 14:40

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Post by Gillyspot on 09.07.11 15:06

This is the article by the journalist referred to in the conversation. It is very pro McCann

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/world/europe/article3040094.ece
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Post by tellusanother1 on 10.07.11 3:33

I just read this myself candyfloss! I have to agree. Sad that they can't do their research before picking battles. So we now have another baby monitor on the scene that was not mentioned. Likely not important but it shows some of the information that isn't making it out to the general public.
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Post by Gillyspot on 10.07.11 10:37

Just the information the McCann's want and everything putting them in a less than "holy" light will be stopped or removed within hours. I have never known of this happening for anyone. Even the government and royal family come in for bad press but not "Team McCann"
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Post by lj on 10.07.11 14:17

Yeah, if even a photo showing them laughing has to be stopped, imagine what else was never published.

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