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Madeleine McCann parents say some don't want their daughter found

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Madeleine McCann parents say some don't want their daughter found

Post by Get'emGonçalo on 30.04.10 14:30

Madeleine McCann went missing from her family's holiday apartment in the town of Praia de Luz in Portugal nearly 3 years ago.
She was days away from her fourth birthday.

Her parents, Kate and Gerry McCann, tell the BBC's Mike Williams why they still believe their daughter is alive.



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First broadcast 30 April 2010

Video on this link http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/news/2010/04/100429_mccann.shtml
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Post by Ruby on 30.04.10 14:39

Thanks Jill.
Both sounded rather aggressive, I thought.
A pre-emptive strike to fend off what's coming in the June libel case?
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Post by kangdang on 30.04.10 15:48

why would Kate want to go into the ocean and keep swimming and swimming and swimming?? What a bizarre thing to say.
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Post by Judge Mental on 30.04.10 16:48

@kangdang wrote:why would Kate want to go into the ocean and keep swimming and swimming and swimming?? What a bizarre thing to say.

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Because subconsciously she thinks it will be easier to get lost at sea than on land?

Having noted this, I would have to suggest that prisons like the old Alcatraz would not be a very suitable eventual placement for this type of person. Not if they are prepared to take this kind of a risk.

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Post by kangdang on 30.04.10 16:50

shame on you ....lol
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Post by Judge Mental on 30.04.10 17:01

The safety of prisoners has to be paramount, kangdang. If I sentence somebody to serve three weeks or twenty years, I like to know that they have served each day with guilt and remorse. None of this jumping into an ocean and having a day off. What if they don't make it back to shore? This is just another sentence that has not been carried out.

The cost of preparing Fred West and Harold Shipman's trials were outrageous. Yet after a lot of hard work from the prosecution and defence, they managed to end their sentences early, simply because the prison did not keep them safe from themselves. West hadn't even got to court to be handed his sentence!
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