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Post by currio on 03.01.14 22:47


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Re: Court-Setback!

Post by Hongkong Phooey on 03.01.14 22:54

As expected they fail to mention the McCanns have had ample opportunity to take to the stand.
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Re: Court-Setback!

Post by littlepixie on 03.01.14 23:33

Stands out more and more like a big, red, shiny sore thumb

"Vanished, while her parents dined at a nearby restaurant"

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Re: Court-Setback!

Post by Okeydokey on 04.01.14 3:41

@Hongkong Phooey wrote:
As expected they fail to mention the McCanns have had ample opportunity to take to the stand.

These journos are way beneath contempt.

When I was growing up, journalists were the sort of people who used to get thrown into prison by the Chinese, South African, Chilean , Greek and Russian regimes - but would never give up their pursuit of truth even if held in solitary confinement for years. They were the sort of people who would risk their lives in Alabama covering the KKK or the East End reporting on the Krays.

Now? -  what can you say of these specimens?  Only that they do not deserve to call themselves journalists.


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Re: Court-Setback!

Post by Doug D on 04.01.14 14:46

Crap story as usual which makes no mention that they could have been on the witness list at the start if they had wanted, but only decided half way through that they thought they better speak when it all started falling apart.

Also I believe factually incorrect in that "The couple are said to be disappointed by the decision, and their lawyer Isabel Duarte is likely to appeal against the judge's decision".
I am sure I have read that this decision is not appealable, in which case ID would have said no such thing.

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