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Can Tannerman sue ?

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Post by ultimaThule on 04.12.13 15:52

One name which stands out on your list is that of a certain former director of the limited company who rapidly disassociated herself from it, RIPM

Perhaps you could point me in the direction of press coverage wherein any of them have championed the McCanns' cause in a meaningful manner, such as urging the public to look for Madeleine, or donate to the 'Fund', or publicly denouncing the PJ for their failure to find the child or somesuch demonstration of support outside of that which one would expect from a politician?

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Post by Guest on 04.12.13 16:02

"History is written by the victors".
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