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Post by jeanmonroe on 12.07.13 13:28

Does anyone know what has happened to Mr Lawlor since he was arrested and then released on bail April 12th 2013,......... 3 MONTHS ago?

Are the Maddie cops including him in their list of 12 UK 'suspects'?

Has he been totally cleared of the alleged 'kidnap' attempt?

IF he has, then the Sun that named him and his daughters, and plastered his face all over their front page, have kept very, very quiet..

If he has been cleared of everything, has he sued the Sun or Daily Mail who also said he had tried a kidnap attempt?

Anyone know?

Just a few 'comments' at the time
- Mitsy2k, Guisborough, United Kingdom, 10/4/2013 16:14

How worrying! Hope they catch him before he can do any harm to a child!
- Chicken or egg, UK, 10/4/2013 13:51

Lets hope THIS PIECE OF SCUM is caught quickly.
- Aardvark, Netherlands, 10/4/2013 13:39

How frightening, you go on holiday to relax and enjoy yourself. The last thing you want to be doing is looking over your shoulder all the time FOR SICKOS LIKE THIS.
- TracyM, Devon, 10/4/2013 13:34

Good God it doesn't bear thinking about. I would have actually passed out straight after. This is the stuff of my nightmares, I pray that THIS BEAST is caught before he destroys a whole family.
- MrsH, Coventry, 10/4/2013 13:25

Good for them and as a result of their quick thinking actions, hopefully THIS SCUM will be caught by the police as soon as possible.
- J Boo, Up North, United Kingdom, 10/4/2013 13:09


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Post by Guest on 12.07.13 13:55

I too would love to know what else is happening here.

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Post by suzyjohnson on 12.07.13 20:01

I don't know what this man was up to but I notice he is 62, is it likely that he would be the man described by JT, or that he would abduct a child with the intention of keeping her for any length of time? If he were that dangerous an individual, at 62, I would expect that he already had a long criminal record. And that the media would easily obtain details if that were the case.



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Post by plebgate on 12.07.13 22:04

Thanks for posting JeanM. Nothing more heard of this, very strange goings on.


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