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What do you think the Outcome of this case will be

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Post by Ciawoman on 02.10.12 20:36

Hi

I'm mainly a lurker who has been reading this site for months. I felt I couldn't post much as did not know enough to really have an opinion. I still feel that way but would like to join in the discussions. So decided tio bite the bullet!

IMO this investigation will be wound down with a statement going bla bla due to not wanting to using further tax payers money we feel that we can move no further.

Does anyone think that SY report is going to be enlighting? I have read on other sites that some do!

IMO we will get nothing from it! What I'm looking forward to seeing is the funds 2012 accounts.

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Post by Guest on 03.10.12 0:03

Welcome Lurker!

I feel that SY believes everything that the McCanns come out with and so I can't foresee that the result of this "review" will be anything other than "abducted by a person unknown".

What a wicked waste of money if that's so!
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Post by Angelique on 03.10.12 0:13

hi Ciawoman

(Love the name)

IMO everything is going as planned.

SY will find nothing of any significance. TM is working part time now. Kate has got her salary sorted. Apparently there are new business ventures in the offing. Gerry is doing his own thing.

Sorted.

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Post by jd on 04.10.12 1:56

@Angelique wrote: hi Ciawoman

(Love the name)

IMO everything is going as planned.

SY will find nothing of any significance. TM is working part time now. Kate has got her salary sorted. Apparently there are new business ventures in the offing. Gerry is doing his own thing.

Sorted.

Are they still together? I have heard otherwise

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Re: What do you think the Outcome of this case will be

Post by Guest on 04.10.12 9:03

There are rumours going round on that point JD but of course who knows what the truth might be. Same really as anything and everything relating to the McCanns!
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Post by PeterMac on 04.10.12 9:18

Jean wrote:There are rumours going round on that point JD but of course who knows what the truth might be. Same really as anything and everything relating to the McCanns!
That would be very dangerous for them.

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Re: What do you think the Outcome of this case will be

Post by aiyoyo on 04.10.12 11:21

How? spell it out.

They are not stupid, me think.
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Post by Guest on 04.10.12 13:56

@aiyoyo wrote:How? spell it out.

They are not stupid, me think.

it's: methinkS

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