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Are we still looking for Maddie?

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by Autumn on 30.01.10 17:21

For her to be with a paedophile you would have to believe that she was abducted. According to many, if not all, the Portuguese officers working on this case, abduction was an impossibility and I have no reason to doubt them.

The reason no-one is discussing Dave Edgar's latest thesis is because no-one, save but the hopelessly deluded, believe him.

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by vaguely1 on 30.01.10 18:06

Then why do you keep talking about it?

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by aiyoyo on 31.01.10 7:01

Refering to the title - should we be looking for her?

Have her parents told people where to start?
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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by Avery on 31.01.10 7:44

@aiyoyo wrote:Refering to the title - should we be looking for her?

Have her parents told people where to start?

Her parents would like us to look everywhere but the obvious. We must never ever look for cremated ashes or a burial site. We MUST LOOK FOR A LIVE MADELEINE.
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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by Kololi on 31.01.10 8:25

I agree with Candyfloss.

Surely if Mr Edgar has sufficient information that the little girl is being held within the 10 mile radius the case could be re-opened and this information investigated by the local authorities?

Or does it only work like that in my commonsensical world?

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by vaguely1 on 31.01.10 8:26

@Kololi wrote:I agree with Candyfloss.

Surely if Mr Edgar has sufficient information that the little girl is being held within the 10 mile radius the case could be re-opened and this information investigated by the local authorities?


Couldn't agree more.

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by vaguely1 on 31.01.10 8:26

@Avery wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:Refering to the title - should we be looking for her?

Have her parents told people where to start?

Her parents would like us to look everywhere but the obvious. We must never ever look for cremated ashes or a burial site. We MUST LOOK FOR A LIVE MADELEINE.


Is there any connected dots on how they had her cremated, or .....

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by aiyoyo on 31.01.10 14:09

More than 1/2 mil spent on PIs who promised return by christmas to sightings from west to east continent then classically back home to inland rural PDL.

Even outback in the middle of nowhere do have police posts at strategic points yet the maccanns had done nothing.

So, what are people supposed to look for may I ask?

So far they're hung up about Hewitt - and if their machinery can spin hard enough maybe Hewitt will end up caned by the mccurse and no one needs to look for Maddie anymore dead or alive!
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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by Kololi on 31.01.10 16:07

Hi Aiyoyo
I do think if Mr Hewlett dies and we are then led to believe that it was him I would be inclined to fall with a big bump into the ranks of the McCann non believers. That would just be too convenient.

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by Cath on 31.01.10 19:34

Kololi I'm sure the papers will suggest that, news like that sells, no matter if it's true or false.

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by Kololi on 31.01.10 20:41

Hi Inyx
The papers might suggest it but it would be the decision of the McCanns to either swiftly change the direction that they have wanted to take the world in or carry on regardless with the search for their daughter.

As Mr McCann reminds us, the dogs prove nothing, and without concrete proof that Mr Hewlett was involved, it would appear suspicious surely, if once he dies and cannot defend himself, the McCanns accept involvement by him and give up the search.

Mind I am jumping ahead of myself - better to wait and see what happens in the future.

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Re: Are we still looking for Maddie?

Post by Cath on 01.02.10 16:50

Hi Kololi, I agree it's best to wait and see what happens.
But one thing is for sure: my trust in journalists hasn't improved since I've been following this case.

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