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Portuguese DENY that arrests are imminent

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Post by Watching on 04.05.14 23:56

Diggers everywhere -  Mr & Mrs sitting on diggers leaving no stone unturned - what an image that would be. Or Mrs on one of her walks, on her twice yearly visits, searching.   Not a chance!   Mr & Mrs wouldn't go look for Maddie on the night she vanished...because they already knew where she was?


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Post by kevmack on 04.05.14 23:59

I don't know why the heck do so many people actually believe what is in the press?  Very little of this comes from SY, it's very carefully written with a previous statement from SY somewhere in the text and is then interspersed with "sources" close to the family/investigation, which clearly says to me, that all of these dubious factoids are from the McCanns.  I highly doubt the PJ would speak to someone like Tracey Kandolah...she's a muppet.  No, I firmly believe that the two police forces are working very well together and it probably suits their purposes that the press are reporting these so called "bad relations"

I also don't believe there is anyone being protected, or any significant cover up..if there was, we would never have heard of the McCanns and they wouldn't be able to go bleating to the press every 5 mins about how hard done by they are!


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Post by Pershing36 on 05.05.14 10:19

Getting like a pantomime

Are you going to arrest suspects?

'yes we are'


'Oh Yes we are'


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Post by LittleMissy on 20.07.14 14:03

@Monty Heck wrote:
@Silverspeed wrote:About time the PJ hit back. I hope there's more to come.
Completely agree.  High time the nonsense SY/TMcC are feeding the MSM is rebutted.  SY's PR should be ashamed.
Agree 100%  yes

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