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The real Madeleine McCann story by Spudgun

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Post by Guest on 07.04.10 23:28

For me this is still the best video,


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Post by Kololi on 08.04.10 15:39

Hi Candyfloss
This video, in my humble opinion, makes it easy to see why some people actually dislike the McCanns as people.

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Re: The real Madeleine McCann story by Spudgun

Post by Autumn on 08.04.10 16:15

And not without good reason, Kololi - they come across to the general public as arrogant, uncaring and not the least bit remorseful for leaving their young children alone and frightened while they were out enjoying themselves. When I used to distribute the '60' Reasons leaflets in shopping centres, many people expressed their disgust about the way the McCanns had treated their children and, based on the feedback from those I met, I would say that a vast majority of the public dislike the McCanns.

Thanks for that Candyfloss.


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Re: The real Madeleine McCann story by Spudgun

Post by Guest on 17.04.13 11:46

Having been a forum member for only a few months this is the first time I have seen this video. The McCann's are both insensitive and disingenous, how they can keep up the lies, deceipt and pretence is beyoned me. Madeleine will never be at rest until they admit to the truth of what happened to their daughter, in doing that they may give Madeleine the peace and tranquility she deserves.

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