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CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

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Post by petunia on 14.10.13 21:21

look's like they going with mccann crap.

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Post by merryforge on 14.10.13 21:22

How many times does Kate say 'when Madeleine was taken?' 'I knew at once Madeleine had been taken'?  It's almost as if she wants the word to seep into our subconscious and be repeated -

So far I'm afraid it seems as per usual they are taking everything the Mcs say happened as Fact, and proceeding from there sad

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Post by annemab on 14.10.13 21:22

Why haven't they mentioned the Paynes?

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Post by Guest on 14.10.13 21:22

here we go.. tanner wrong.. so "abuction" later..
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Post by JackieL on 14.10.13 21:22

Redwood:    One of the things that we picked up very quickly was that there was a night creche.  One particular family gave us info.....they themselves believed they could be the Tanner sighting.


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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by MRNOODLES on 14.10.13 21:23

It's all a clever trap.
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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by ShuBob on 14.10.13 21:23

Oh oh. Tanner's sighting explained away.

Oh well......

I had hope......

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Post by Newintown on 14.10.13 21:24

@JackieL wrote:Redwood:    One of the things that we picked up very quickly was that there was a night creche.  One particular family gave us info.....they themselves believed they could be the Tanner sighting.


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Why has it taken this family 6 years to come forward???? What a load of BS!

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Post by annemab on 14.10.13 21:24

deleted, posted twice by mistake

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by JackieL on 14.10.13 21:24

"fROM 9.15we'reallowed to move the clock forwards............" so GORDON BROWN was wrong to put pressure on the Portuguese government to release details of Bundleman?????

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by Smokeandmirrors on 14.10.13 21:25

@annemab wrote:Why haven't they mentioned the Paynes?
Or cadavar odour

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by Shrike on 14.10.13 21:26

@Smokeandmirrors wrote:
@annemab wrote:Why haven't they mentioned the Paynes?
Or cadavar odour
or 60 to 80% sure it was GM,,or the button beige trousers?
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Post by MoonGoddess on 14.10.13 21:26

@annemab wrote:Why haven't they mentioned the Paynes?
I think that could be significant

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by tiredofthebs on 14.10.13 21:26

I'm going to email the Gaspar's statement to the crimewatch incident desk. Let's see if they will act on that.laughat

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by Lance De Boils on 14.10.13 21:27

Why are they showing Neil Berry as though they don't know it's him?!
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Post by Newintown on 14.10.13 21:28

Deadwood ---



WHAT ABOUT THE DOGS????



Dogs don't lie, not like humans.

Please explain how you've ignored Eddie & Keela.

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by Ayniia on 14.10.13 21:28

Seriously this can't be for real, all of it!
They're just ignoring the PJ work, seriously, what's this?

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Post by Guest on 14.10.13 21:29

@Lance De Boils wrote:Why are they showing Neil Berry as though they don't know it's him?!
yes that's what I thought.. Also thought the PJ had discounted all of those other sightings.. they've already been investigated..

No mention that the Smiths identified gerry..
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Post by ShuBob on 14.10.13 21:29

SURELY, SY are holding something back? This can't be it. If this is an attempt at a whitewash they haven't layered it up well. They haven't even tried Shocked 

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by Roly Poly on 14.10.13 21:29

Wonder how Payne feels watching his statement taken apart in front of the nation

30 sec or 30 mins.  

This can't be over

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by Guest on 14.10.13 21:30

What I like so much about the Continent is, that when you've done it, they come and fetch you, try you and then lock you up

That's a great comfort
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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by tiredofthebs on 14.10.13 21:30

There we have it - 

The BBC. Enabling and protecting paedos and child killers since the 1930s.

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by nomendelta on 14.10.13 21:31

So David Payne's visit to the apartment is now not mentioned...the Jane Tanner sighting is given an innocent explanation despite the fact that SO much hinged on that sighting you'd have thought the person who apparently it really was would have spoken up by now. And the McCanns timeline stands exactly unaltered save for getting rid of that nastily inconvenient Tanner sighting.

White paint anyone?

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Re: CRIMEWATCH ON BBC ***Part 1 DISCUSSION****

Post by JackieL on 14.10.13 21:31

Redwood:  a white man walking  towards the sea...........really important to understand who he is


4-fold increase in burglaries.......and a rash of charity collections............4 charity collection events, close to the apartment......a man with black hair

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Post by tasprin on 14.10.13 21:31


It's a whitewash

I had some hope but apart from ironing out some of their lies this is the same old nonsense
WHERE IS THE PAYNE VISIT? SHE LIED IN HER BOOK.
WHERE IS TANNERS BUNDLEMAN? HER ELABORATE DESCRIPTION WAS ALL LIES

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