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Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

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Re: Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Post by tiny on 18.02.12 18:59

oh dear, someone is upset about pat being on pdl and showing us things first hand.
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Re: Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Post by tiny on 18.02.12 19:11

@applecrumble wrote:This is all bottox. This Pat Brown is an attention seeker. She is all mouth and no substance. Now she has some pretty PdL pics to add to her next e-pamphlet. It is a money-spinning exercise but now she will state that her poorly researched ‘research’ is backed up by Goncalo Amaral, Tony Bennett and the two large canines, yes the dogs that are never wrong type canines.

It would be laughable if it were not about a missing little British child and Pat Brown is laughing her socks off as evidenced by her stupid role play sitting in Ocean Club 5 years after a crime. What was wrong with taking a vacation to Pdl 5 years ago and at the same time do some sleuthing in readiness for a couple of books for the American market, speaking of which, are the Americans really interested in a missing Brit, really? They turned a blind eye to one of their own, Ms Dugard. (plus many others)



dont you think you should be spitting your fury out at the mccanns after all it is them who would not

do the reconstrution to help find thier daughter also can you please tell us when was the last time the mccanns were in portugal actually looking for thier own daughter,i await for you answers with great interest,thankyou
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Re: Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 18.02.12 19:25

You'll be waiting a long time, Tiny, cos applecrumble/billycake/cheesemoon is no longer a member here.
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Post by Nina on 18.02.12 19:33

Get 'em Gonçalo wrote:You'll be waiting a long time, Tiny, cos applecrumble/billycake/cheesemoon is no longer a member here.

been whooshed then

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Re: Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Post by tiny on 18.02.12 19:35

oh well, and i was really looking forward to him or her answers. any i give them 0/10 for trying.
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Post by happychick on 18.02.12 19:37

@tiny wrote:oh well, and i was really looking forward to him or her answers. any i give them 0/10 for trying.

He'll probably be back after midnight as 'fishfingers' or something big grin
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Post by Invinoveritas on 18.02.12 19:39

@happychick wrote:
@tiny wrote:oh well, and i was really looking forward to him or her answers. any i give them 0/10 for trying.

He'll probably be back after midnight as 'fishfingers' or something

springrolls, anyone?

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Let's hear it for the trolls!

Post by Guest on 18.02.12 20:27

Sadly I'll never receive a reply to a question I put to Cheesemoon on 9th February. It was a bit early for trolls to be out and about today, wasn't it? Thank you for entertaining us, even if only briefly.

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Post by happychick on 18.02.12 20:35

People moan about trolls when they're here then moan when they're gone i don\'t know
Either you want them here or you don't.
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Re: Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Post by Me on 19.02.12 9:37

Well it's a shame to see this half wit banned but if he / she / it is still viewing the forum i respectfully suggest they have a look here and then stop embarrassing themselves further:

http://www.mccannfiles.com/id344.html

Oh and then come back on here under a different username and apologise for being both wrong and ignorant.

Guess i shouldn't hold my breath for that though.

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Re: Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Post by Me on 19.02.12 9:43

Oh and to save this moron the time and trouble of reading here are the Judge's names:

The Appellate Court Judges,

Francisco Bruto da Costa
Catarina Arelo Manso
António Valente

Hope this helps!

P.S. here's the link to the Portugese site as well:

http://www.dgsi.pt/

Please hurry back if you need any further information or require further educating as to the merits of this case!

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What is certain is that since the start of the investigation there were  incongruent and even contradictory situations concerning the witness statements; the telephone records of calls that were made and received on mobile phones that belonged to the couple and to the group of friends that were on holidays with them; the movements of people right after the disappearance of the little girl was noticed, concerning the state in which the bedroom from where the child disappeared from was found (closed window? open window? partially open window?) etc., and the mystery would only become even thicker due to the clues that were left by the already mentioned sniffer dogs. - The Words of a JUDGE in relation to the McCanns

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Three cheers for Me!

Post by Guest on 19.02.12 9:57

No not me, the other Me. Those who have joined only recently may be unaware of Me's reputation as Troll Slayer Supreme. It has been comparatively quiet after the rampages of Garth and Ringo last year but it looks as if Me will face new challengers this year!
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Re: Criminal Profiling Topic of the Day: A Picture Worth a Thousand Words

Post by Guest on 21.02.12 13:52

So Pat's left Portugal now and on her way home..

PAT BROWN @ProfilerPatB Close
Very full and productive trip to Portugal and Praia da Luz. Mich to share.. .#McCann
12:10 PM - 21 Feb 12 via Social Beat · Details

PAT BROWN @ProfilerPatB Close
Having mashed peas, chips, and ale in Heathrow. Sad to have ledt Portugal.
11:59 AM - 21 Feb 12 via Social Beat · Details
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Post by Guest on 21.02.12 13:53

Yes, I thought she had left, as in her original postings she said she was going for 10 days, from 6th Feb. Something must have made her stay a lot longer winkwink
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