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Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

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Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by worriedmum on 12.04.13 18:13

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdXQ0PcmaUQ&feature=player_embedded#t=53s

I have transcribed this as best I can.

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'' If I'm honest, I suppose I was hoping that we'd have had more public support really, but because we were at such a low ebb and things couldn't have got any worse than they were in September 2007, I suppose I'd hoped that someone would come forward and publicly show support or basically you know,say what they felt about certain bits of information that were appearing in the media..''
Gerry
''...most of it implying that Madeleine was dead, we felt that was a complete injustice because if people believed that Madeleine was dead or that there was evidence that Madeleine was dead then the search couldn't go on and obviously that was, as parents, incredibly painful.'' unquote


Whose support was Kate expecting in September 2007?
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Post by tigger on 12.04.13 18:36

Perhaps some of the celebrities who'd been on their side? J.K. Rowling for instance? I'd think it would be a public figure like that or of course Gordon Brown.

Incidentally, I noticed on their little film on the Findmadeleine site, that there's a fraction of a second of Robbie Williams shown at a football match, back from the heady days of May 2007.

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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by Guest on 12.04.13 18:48

[quote="worriedmum"]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdXQ0PcmaUQ&feature=player_embedded#t=53s

I have transcribed this as best I can.

Kate
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'' If I'm honest, I suppose I was hoping that we'd have had more public support really, but because we were at such a low ebb and things couldn't have got any worse than they were in September 2007, I suppose I'd hoped that someone would come forward and publicly show support or basically you know,say what they felt about certain bits of information that were appearing in the media..''
Gerry
''...most of it implying that Madeleine was dead, we felt that was a complete injustice because if people believed that Madeleine was dead or that there was evidence that Madeleine was dead then the search couldn't go on and obviously that was, as parents, incredibly painful.'' unquote

Little gem:

"If people believe that there was evidence that Madeleine was dead then the search couldn't go on"

Are we supposed to keep on sending those enveloppes filled with money to Rothley AFTER the perps have been convicted or what?
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Post by Nina on 12.04.13 20:49

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@worriedmum wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdXQ0PcmaUQ&feature=player_embedded#t=53s

I have transcribed this as best I can.

Kate
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'' If I'm honest, I suppose I was hoping that we'd have had more public support really, but because we were at such a low ebb and things couldn't have got any worse than they were in September 2007, I suppose I'd hoped that someone would come forward and publicly show support or basically you know,say what they felt about certain bits of information that were appearing in the media..''
Gerry
''...most of it implying that Madeleine was dead, we felt that was a complete injustice because if people believed that Madeleine was dead or that there was evidence that Madeleine was dead then the search couldn't go on and obviously that was, as parents, incredibly painful.'' unquote

Little gem:

"If people believe that there was evidence that Madeleine was dead then the search couldn't go on"

Are we supposed to keep on sending those enveloppes filled with money to Rothley AFTER the perps have been convicted or what?

Well at first she says ' I was hoping that we'd have had more public support really' but then ' I suppose I'd hoped that someone would come forward and publicly show support' so yes I think she is wanting a well known person to sing from their hymn sheet and they being so very followable, is that a real word? Then the 'public' support would have been as a result of the vip support. In the same way if such a person were to show concern at the veracity of the abduction story then their many followers would probably believe the same.
However, we follow no one, just our own research and reasoning.

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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by plebgate on 12.04.13 21:48

oh dear weren't Lorraine Kelly and Fi Phillips high profile enough for her. Dearie me.

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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by Nina on 12.04.13 21:55

@plebgate wrote:oh dear weren't Lorraine Kelly and Fi Phillips high profile enough for her. Dearie me.

Oh no, so very yesterday dahling airkiss

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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by plebgate on 12.04.13 22:04

Gloria Hunniford, Jack Dee, David Steel

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1246595/Kate-Gerry-McCann-host-star-studded-fundraiser-mark-1-000th-day-daughter-Maddie-went-missing.html

Yes Nina, oh so yesterday. (good as far as I am concerned)

Were any of the so-called stars photographed with Mr. & Mrs. on the night?

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Post by Guest on 12.04.13 22:19

Talking of support, never mind the celebs, has anyone seen a single interview from any of the Tapas group on camera publicly supporting the McCanns? I don't think I ever remember one? Does anyone know of an on camera interview like that?
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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by Guest on 12.04.13 22:45

No.

Well ..maybe apart from JT on Panorama and the "way I carried her" ...
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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by Nina on 12.04.13 23:06

What about Fiona Payne when she turned up to support Kate at the trial when Gerry did a runner, whoops sorry, was called away for professional reasons. I'm sure she said something on camera.

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Post by aiyoyo on 12.04.13 23:12

Isn't that just another typical of kate's behavior!
Her blood was boiling because although she got plenty support for the search, no one expressed support for them. Kate was furious no one of importance came forward to defend or speak up for them when they were suspected of homicide and cadaver concealment.

Celebrities support their search campaign but none of them ever speak up for them.
Not even their drinking buddies came forward to stand by their innocence. There was nothing, zilch, zero, just total silence from all quarters when they were named official suspects.

The one and only person who stood up and spoke for them is their paid mouthpiece, and that does not count.

I dont remember any of their family members ever explicitly stating they were innocent when they did talk to the press. Gerry's sis and brother mainly were used as their mouthpiece to spin and even they were careful about not applying that word. Saying they had nothing do with Maddie disappearance, or scathing the police, or saying there is an innocent explanation to everything, or whipping up xenophobic hysteria is not the same as being explicit that the mccanns are innocent.




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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by aiyoyo on 12.04.13 23:15

@Nina wrote:What about Fiona Payne when she turned up to support Kate at the trial when Gerry did a runner, whoops sorry, was called away for professional reasons. I'm sure she said something on camera.

Yeah, but she did not tell the press or media "Kate is innocent". Appearing by her side just mean siding her - simply that.

FP's voice would not count for credence because she's one of the T7 under a Pact of Silence. Just as the voice of Mr & Mrs family members does not count because they are family, just being on side, nothing more nothing less.
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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by Guest on 13.04.13 11:09

@Nina wrote:What about Fiona Payne when she turned up to support Kate at the trial when Gerry did a runner, whoops sorry, was called away for professional reasons. I'm sure she said something on camera.


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Post by Monty Heck on 13.04.13 16:45

Little gem:

"If people believe that there was evidence that Madeleine was dead then the search couldn't go on"

A little gem indeed. So "people" believing in the existence of evidence that M was dead would prevent "the search" continuing? Raising funds for their own non police investigation was the the only thing potentially compromised if people believed entertained such belief, which is a very different thing to what is implied here. Despite such evidence, the official investigation continued until it came to an end for reasons quite different to what the public did or did not believe.

Also interesting that he did not use the more straightforward "if people believed that M were dead". People merely believing in the existence of evidence was clearly something to be avoided. Implying that they would jeopardise the search and ultimately, his child even if that were patently untrue was certainly one way of doing that. Anyone would be perfectly entitled to hope that their child in such circumstances might be alive, but to negate all and any consideration of evidence pointing towards death seems somewhat bizarre. To attempt to deflect people from notions that such evidence exists at all might be considered somewhat sinister.

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Re: Whose support did Kate expect in September 2007?

Post by Guest on 13.04.13 20:48

@Monty Heck wrote:Little gem:

"If people believe that there was evidence that Madeleine was dead then the search couldn't go on"

A little gem indeed. So "people" believing in the existence of evidence that M was dead would prevent "the search" continuing? Raising funds for their own non police investigation was the the only thing potentially compromised if people believed entertained such belief, which is a very different thing to what is implied here. Despite such evidence, the official investigation continued until it came to an end for reasons quite different to what the public did or did not believe.

Also interesting that he did not use the more straightforward "if people believed that M were dead". People merely believing in the existence of evidence was clearly something to be avoided. Implying that they would jeopardise the search and ultimately, his child even if that were patently untrue was certainly one way of doing that. Anyone would be perfectly entitled to hope that their child in such circumstances might be alive, but to negate all and any consideration of evidence pointing towards death seems somewhat bizarre. To attempt to deflect people from notions that such evidence exists at all might be considered somewhat sinister.

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