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Apparently you're a loony if you don't believe the official abduction theory

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Apparently you're a loony if you don't believe the official abduction theory

Post by AndyB on 30.06.13 16:13

From https://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2013/06/30/the-paedofile-abuse-is-rarely-black-and-white-but-it-is-a-global-business/

The most glaring example of off-with-the-fairies mania is the truly extraordinary Madeleine McCann phenomenon – now itself a 24/7 industry with the conspiracy theories easily outnumbering the number of days since this luckless child disappeared. Having sifted all the evidence on the McCann thing four years ago, I think two things are obvious: first, that it’s highly likely she was abducted for paedophile purposes; and second, that What Kate McCann shouted in the restaurant on the night in question – “They’ve taken her” – was decidedly odd. Why the personal pronoun ‘they’? But for me, that’s it: the girl may be alive, she may not. I don’t know: the only thing I do know is that the entire affair has been swamped by the mad folks. Nobody will ever get to the truth….at least in part thanks to the loonies.

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Re: Apparently you're a loony if you don't believe the official abduction theory

Post by deafoldbat on 30.06.13 16:49

Having followed the case since Madeleine disappeared and read all the files, watched all the videos and read all the books - I believe Snr Amaral - there was a simulated abduction.
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Post by Woofer on 30.06.13 16:56

I wouldn`t take too much notice of that blog - if you read the rest, he`s casting doubt about the Bryn Estyn abuse, Steve Messham and Ben Fellows. And also having a dig at Brian Gerrish so we can get a good idea what sort of person is behind this blog.
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Re: Apparently you're a loony if you don't believe the official abduction theory

Post by Seek truth on 30.06.13 17:08

@deafoldbat wrote:Having followed the case since Madeleine disappeared and read all the files,For the sake of argument,  watched all the videos and read all the books - I believe Snr Amaral - there was a simulated abduction.

 Having NOT followed the case, OR reading Amaral's book, just by watching their first tv appearance it was obvious they're a bunch of liars!

After reading their interviews (and their friends) I thought THEY were the loonies. "err, um, yeah, um you know,  I think" that's how unhelpful they were!!! Their interviews Mostly consisted of I THINK. dontgetit

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