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Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

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Post by aiyoyo on 12.07.13 11:42

Same old same old really!

Hope, Fresh Hope, Renewed Hope...whatever...havent we heard it all the time?
The difference is: now they wont do a running commentary. But back then when they were arguidos and in spite of the secrecy code law they were running the Press never mind just leaks or commentaries.

So maybe that is a good sign. They have faith in SY and so do we. Fresh Hope for Justice for Madeleine too!

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Re: Police hunt gives McCanns fresh hope - Daily Express tomorrow 12/7/13

Post by sheila.edwards on 13.07.13 14:45

@marconi wrote:
@aiyoyo wrote:
Châtelaine wrote:
@PeterMac wrote:Full Text
Police Hunt gives Mccanns fresh hope . . .  

That Grange has completely missed the point.

Fresh?  Ou la la ....what happened to the other one?
Where is the royal  baby?

I hope the arrests and the trial will be broadcast.
spin as public were in undated with high profile campaign and asked for funds hopefully would have to be public if in uk ! imagine what it would be like for the legals, how much it would cost and how long it would go on for . even if 1 of these 38 brought in to see if could get charged defense has so much before even start ! all selected prepared for jury service etc imo would come to logical conclusions of own in end !spin


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