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Post by Guest on 21.12.12 16:39

papers carrying same headline!!



Sad time for Madeleine's family



21 December 2012


This time of year will "never be as it should", the parents of missing Madeleine McCann have said as they prepare for a sixth Christmas without their daughter.

More on link....

http://www.standard.co.uk/panewsfeeds/sad-time-for-madeleines-family-8429177.html


and here...............

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/uk/sad-time-for-madeleines-family-16253437.html


and here..

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/sad-time-madeleines-family-142136609.html#d1uHyqQ


and here......

http://www.bedfordshire-news.co.uk/News/UK-and-world-news/Sad-time-for-Madeleines-family-1-3512145.xnf
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Post by Guest on 21.12.12 16:45

I don't think I have ever seen this before, - just google 'sad time for Madeleines family' and you get pages and pages of newspapers, local and national with ALL with the same headline.
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Post by tigger on 21.12.12 17:08

Wonder if it's going to turn up in the tabloids or the broadsheets in exactly the same form.

If not, then this carpet-bombing technique is problably a desperate move to get the country singing their song.

Might have an adverse effect imo. The British public is gullible but not totally bereft of understanding as more and more comments in the Daily Mail online show.

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Post by listener on 21.12.12 17:13

Has Clarence been 'at it'?
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Post by Nina on 21.12.12 17:15

Is this to replace the Christmas video I wonder, capturing the hearts and minds of the gullible public? And after reading they, the readers will delve deep to help the pain of the family.
Call me an old cynic but this is just another marketing ploy, and a good one too winkwink

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Post by Guest on 21.12.12 17:18

It seems to be a standard press release, all carrying exactly the same version story.
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Post by Guest on 21.12.12 17:21

Quite a few comments already at the end of the article here........

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/sad-time-madeleines-family-142136609.html#d1uHyqQ
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Post by Guest on 21.12.12 17:27

These comments are so true. Yes, there are so many people out there who have lost loved ones who will be having a miserable Christmas



OMG Cat • 1 hour 59 minutes ago


They shoulder a lot of blame for the fate of their poor little girl. There are other people who have lost children through absolutely no fault of their own. Illness for example. It's a tough time for those people at Christmas too, but they don't present themselves on a regular basis to remind people.




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Lexi I do feel for them and they have suffered but the fact remains they should have been keeping an eye on their kids.

Also like others have said there are plenty of parents without their kids this Christmas - April Jones and Ben Needham are just two. Also the ones who are dead and the ones who are from separated families. There are many to feel sorry for.
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Post by tigger on 21.12.12 17:58

If this article has gone to all the local papers, I wonder if the Machynlleth local paper has it too? Wouldn't surprise me.

Simply someone with a list of syndicated newspapers - which all seem to have the same website design, so easy enough to do.
The larger county papers (Hereford Times, Ludlow Times and South Wales Argus) also tend to have the same web design, so central webmasters?


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Post by PeterMac on 21.12.12 18:01

Shirley
The money pot must be getting empty. Looking for a way to top it up by selling their souls to the press again. As soon as they aren't getting paid they shout press intrusion. 2 people who should have done jail time.

Pump it up with no news, eh?

Dawn, i agree i find it very difficult to have any sympathy for the mc'canns. But i have every sympathy for madeline & her siblings. I really hope that if she was kidnapped she is being treated well.

The moral of this story look after your children properly put your childrens safety first.

Keeping the pot boiling? It's time these two were formally charged with neglect at the very least.

I don't imagine April Jones' parents will be having much fun either.

Have they no shame at all???

Should have watched over their child instead of partying then...

Movie in the future i reckon.
2 polygraph tests would sort those two out.

I really don't know what to believe anymore.. On the one hand, I really feel for the mc'canns, and on the other hand I feel that its their fault she was abducted. Its very sad, and I feel all mixed up about this sad story. Its different for the family of April Jones, cos at least they caught the... More
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Post by Guest on 21.12.12 20:21

The times they are a changing ...
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