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Irish couple to help new Maddie probe

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Post by rainbow-fairy on 21.03.12 9:32

Always go with your gut feeling russiandoll. Its a protective instinct. If its never let you down so far there is a reason for that. It seems to be fading in a lot of people (or they just believe whatever people tell them). Those of us whose gut instinct never let's them down are lucky indeed... For instance, I always know if there is a car heading my way on a narrow road with a blind bend. How? No idea... What matters is it never fails and I always slow down automatically... So far anyway! Trust it.
I agree with your assessment, btw

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Post by russiandoll on 21.03.12 9:35

In life yes I never ignore it. But looking at a criminal case......I think I would be inclined even if not consciously, to fit what I found into my gut-feeling scenario. I dont think it should apply to research like this. It needs cold hard assessment of facts alone.


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Post by Guest on 21.03.12 10:35

I scim read the article on the first page of this thread , but just noticed someone on another site has pointed out this piece in the article. Surely they would not make a mistake like this considering the Jane Tanner sighting was at 9.15 when Madeleine was allegedly abducted, it has been repeated for the last 5 years..........................

Madeleine was almost four years old when she vanished from her bed in her parents' apartment at the Ocean Club holiday resort in Praia da Luz between 9.35pm and 10pm on May 3, 2007.

Also they use the word vanished.

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