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Daily Express comments 20.2.2010

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Re: Daily Express comments 20.2.2010

Post by jmbd on 22.02.10 16:27

@hedge wrote:
@jmbd wrote:But Tony has the case of Ben solved.

Can you point me in the direction of the relevant leaflet thanks?

Oh it is not a leaflet - just a strong opinion passed on the case - not even sure which forum it is on. No doubt Tony will let us know.

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Re: Daily Express comments 20.2.2010

Post by Kololi on 22.02.10 16:27

Heh point taken Hedge.

I doubt any mum would want some of what Kate McCann has had thrown at her but the nicer bits like a fund given willingly by people and a few other of the more positive things just might have given her son a chance to be found too, don't you think?



Tony made a leafelt about Ben Needham too? You serious jmbd or teasing me for mentioning your hair??

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Re: Daily Express comments 20.2.2010

Post by jmbd on 22.02.10 16:28

"Will the McCanns still be in the public eye in 20 years?"

Not mine - I'll be long dead by then.

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Post by jmbd on 22.02.10 16:29

Hey to all posters - I didn't mention leaflet - ok?

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Re: Daily Express comments 20.2.2010

Post by Kololi on 22.02.10 16:31

Hmmm I suppose Vaguely but Ben's mum wouldn't have a nice big pot of money to fund trying to find him or Clarrie sporting a new hairdo to help her along the way. I know I am locking the door after the horse has bolted I suppose.

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Re: Daily Express comments 20.2.2010

Post by hedge on 22.02.10 16:32

@Kololi wrote:Heh point taken Hedge.

I doubt any mum would want some of what Kate McCann has had thrown at her but the nicer bits like a fund given willingly by people and a few other of the more positive things just might have given her son a chance to be found too, don't you think?



Tony made a leafelt about Ben Needham too? You serious jmbd or teasing me for mentioning your hair??

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The habit of people wanting to help through funds is a recent one and you are quite right I'm sure Bens family would have loved to have had one thing less to worry about during those awful first few years and ongoing. Again though, whether these things actually help find the missing in the long run, I don't know, psychologically I'm sure it makes us all feel a bit better that in this days of being linked emotionally across the globe that when geography and practicalities mean what we can do to help is limited, we feel we are doing something at least.

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Re: Daily Express comments 20.2.2010

Post by jack on 22.02.10 19:46

@aliberte2 wrote:Most of those Comments are the Result of Campaigns on MCF and MM.
The Real Test would be for You and Others to Allow One OPen Comments Section without Such a Campaign and THEN see what Happened.

Ot would be interesting if these forums plus morais and the 3 arguidos allowed open comments and they would soon see how many posters disagreed with them. Of course the idea of free speech is something they just like to pretend they agree with.

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Re: Daily Express comments 20.2.2010

Post by hedge on 22.02.10 19:47

@jack wrote:
@aliberte2 wrote:Most of those Comments are the Result of Campaigns on MCF and MM.
The Real Test would be for You and Others to Allow One OPen Comments Section without Such a Campaign and THEN see what Happened.

Ot would be interesting if these forums plus morais and the 3 arguidos allowed open comments and they would soon see how many posters disagreed with them. Of course the idea of free speech is something they just like to pretend they agree with.

No country has the free speech they like to scream for and they wouldn't much like it either if they stopped and thought about it for a moment.

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