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Statement Analysis of Kate McCann's diary

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Re: Statement Analysis of Kate McCann's diary

Post by Improper Conduct on 26.05.14 22:43

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:Would a two-year-old say "I miss my sister" rather than "I miss Maddie" - or whatever she called her?

Its sad how shittily their comments are, it feels the more they take the piss out of the (not subliminally knowing) public with their comments the more someone upon a higher reach is reaching for more tissues.....Sad to say, but most definitely true

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Re: Statement Analysis of Kate McCann's diary

Post by truthfultiger on 27.05.14 6:26

My almost 2 year old son often refers to his grandads as 'a man'. This comes from a conversation we had about whether someone was a boy or a man. I used grandad and Daddy as examples of men and him and his friend a examples of boys and the word man stuck! I'm not convinced by anything the mccanns say but children do say strange things sometimes. She really should know her daughters vocabulary though. I work full time and even though my son is looked after by his grandparents most days I could still tell you all the new things he has learnt that week. Just another example of KM being in my opinion a neglectful and self centred parent.




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Re: Statement Analysis of Kate McCann's diary

Post by Guest on 27.05.14 12:46

A two year old would not understand the concept of missing someone - at that age they can barely understand sharing!


I would have expected her to say "Where's Maddie" and/or "I want Maddie" so either Kate's lying (big surprise there  Rolling Eyes  ) or Amelie's picked the phrase up from the adults in her life.
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Post by Guest on 27.05.14 13:16


Didn't Kate once say "The twins didn't have much to do with Maddie" ?

I can't find any reference to it now and nor can I remember in what context she said it.

Can anyone else recall this, or does my memory deceive me ?
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Post by Guest on 27.05.14 13:24

I certainly have heard that quote but can't at the moment find a link to it.
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Post by tigger on 27.05.14 14:11

No Fate Worse Than De'Ath wrote:I certainly have heard that quote but can't at the moment find a link to it.

That was in the early days on being asked by a journalist if the twins were coping with the loss of their sister - or words to that effect.

However, may well have been whooshed and Kate must have been handed the Big Book of Parenting soon after this.  winkwink

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Re: Statement Analysis of Kate McCann's diary

Post by truthfultiger on 27.05.14 15:33

Poe, sorry to be nit picky but two year olds certainly ask for people as if they miss them and it would depend on their level of vocabulary as to whether they could express that. Sorry, again, I'm not defending the mccanns just saying that every word that comes out of their mouth is not necessarily a lie (although it might seem like that sometimes!).

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Re: Statement Analysis of Kate McCann's diary

Post by Guest on 27.05.14 15:35

@tigger wrote:

That was in the early days on being asked by a journalist if the twins were coping with the loss of their sister - or words to that effect.

However, may well have been whooshed and Kate must have been handed the Big Book of Parenting soon after this.  winkwink



Thank you tigger, not my memory playing up then.

Contrary family comments about relationship of Madeleine and the twins then, since

on the one hand we have "She was like a wee mother to them" - (said by Philomena or Gerry's mother I think)

On the other hand Kate saying the twins didn't have much to do with Madeleine.  

Depends on one's view of being motherly  ?      sad
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