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Facebook: McCanns 'Press damaged the search'

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Re: Facebook: McCanns 'Press damaged the search'

Post by aiyoyo on 06.01.14 22:11

@Smokeandmirrors wrote:
@tasprin wrote:Is the Webmaster KM? The site is not busy and their posts are usually only reminders of their censorship rules, threats to ban anyone who asks questions and the odd cloying message - why would they need a third party to do this for them, especially since they like to be in control of everything themselves?

I don't know, but I can't see why it would NOT be, as you say it's quite bossy and controlling from the messages which would fit her "angry" persona.

I doubt it's her.
With her angry persona meeting negative comments flying in she would be shooting off four-letter expletives left right centre.
Remember the expletives she used against PJ ?
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Re: Facebook: McCanns 'Press damaged the search'

Post by tiny on 07.01.14 10:36

whats the betting that if they lose to Mr Amaral they will go after the press again.
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Post by PeterMac on 07.01.14 10:45

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@PeterMac wrote:I thought Mitchell controlled what came out in the Press on their behalf

Hmm. How would this affect his chances in Brighton, if he'd be found out having been economical with the truth for a living?
It will have no effect whatsoever, Portia, as he's got no chance of persuading the good people of Brighton Pavillion to elect him.

He may attract the Pink vote, though

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Post by gbwales on 07.01.14 11:07

He wouldn't attract MY pink vote in a million years, the scumbag.

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Re: Facebook: McCanns 'Press damaged the search'

Post by notlongnow on 07.01.14 11:21

Sadly he has half a chance.
Lot of people are fed up with the green party in Brighton.

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Re: Facebook: McCanns 'Press damaged the search'

Post by Guest on 07.01.14 11:26

There is a red party.
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Post by Spook on 07.01.14 11:28

@notlongnow wrote:Sadly he has half a chance.
Lot of people are fed up with the green party in Brighton.
UKIP will split the Conservative vote in Brighton. Clarence has no chance of being elected. The Conservative party machine never give an easily winnable seat to a Johhny-come-lately.

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Post by Guest on 07.01.14 11:31

So, he'll be looking for a new job?
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Post by jeanmonroe on 07.01.14 11:37

Ladyinred wrote:So, he'll be looking for a new job?

Well he certainly hasn't or won't be looking for Madeleine.

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Post by Tangled Web on 07.01.14 12:12

Surely, this 'webmaster', whoever they are would know how damaging it could be to say that 'the press damaged the search' on the eve of the reopening of the libel trial where they are suing GA for 'damaging the search' - I find this very odd coming from their own 'camp'.

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Re: Facebook: McCanns 'Press damaged the search'

Post by Guest on 07.01.14 12:14

@Smokeandmirrors wrote:
@tasprin wrote:Is the Webmaster KM? The site is not busy and their posts are usually only reminders of their censorship rules, threats to ban anyone who asks questions and the odd cloying message - why would they need a third party to do this for them, especially since they like to be in control of everything themselves?

I don't know, but I can't see why it would NOT be, as you say it's quite bossy and controlling from the messages which would fit her "angry" persona.

The thought came to me as I was lying awake is that it might be Susan Healy from whom Kate has inherited a lot of unpleasant characteristics in my opinion.
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Post by Guest on 07.01.14 14:37

I think the facebook rant is the MCs reaction to the Mirror article. They are stamping their feet and throwing their toys out of the pram.

"They are living through unimaginable pain as they continue to search for their missing daughter.

But Kate and Gerry McCann still managed to enjoy an afternoon out today to watch their beloved Everton in the FA Cup.

The couple were spotted enjoying themselves at Goodison Park in Liverpool as their team took on Queens Park Rangers.

In one picture, Kate and Gerry share a laugh together, with Kate looking on lovingly at her husband."

This is really quite sarcastic and taking the p***.







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