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Post  Roasted Arizona on Wed 23 Nov - 19:19

Just read this on sky.....'there was absolutely no respect shown to me as a grieving mother Or a human being or to my daughter' ??? Thought they weren't grieving, they were and still are expecting to find her aren't they?!

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Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 23 Nov - 19:25

Roasted Arizona wrote:Just read this on sky.....'there was absolutely no respect shown to me as a grieving mother Or a human being or to my daughter' ??? Thought they weren't grieving, they were and still are expecting to find her aren't they?!

Grieving? But according to her there is no evidence that Madeleine has been harmed. So, why grieving?

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Post  margaret on Wed 23 Nov - 19:33

I've said the same!

Just like pressing a button and hoping they'll all be 'together' again, Maddie isn't supposed to be dead Kate, remember?

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Post  Keela on Thu 24 Nov - 14:53

Exactly! I think Kate ought to start wearing slip-on shoes as she keeps tripping up on the laces of her present ones.

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Post  halfamo on Thu 24 Nov - 16:54

Oh that face , sheís in the wrong job isínt she , its the look at me iím a victim of cruel comments face , i could cheerfully slap her.

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Post  Guest on Thu 24 Nov - 17:22

Mr Gerry was "grieving" as early as June 2007.
http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2007/06/11/we-need-break-to-grieve-115875-19276885/

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Post  halfamo on Thu 24 Nov - 17:53

I keep saying this over and over i donít know how they keep getting away with this they must have charmed lives, they have more faces than a town hall clock.,

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Post  blossom45 on Fri 25 Nov - 9:20

good morning all,
interesting that on that art icle there's a link to related stories,
"mccanns wrecked evidence"
and a couple of others less than flattering.

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Post  Loveday on Fri 25 Nov - 9:51

I think in the interests of fairness it should be pointed out that grief is a reaction to loss and not necessarily to loss due to death. And grief is recognised in parents whose children are missing, have been lost through custody battles and other similar situations. I don't think it's helpful to infer anything from her use of the word. I know many of us believe she knows Madeleine is dead, but her using the words 'grief' or 'grieving' is not an automatic indication of this. It is entirely legitimate to grieve for a child who has been lost or taken but not dead. I think respect is due to other mothers who have a right to claim this term for their experience, even if they do not have a dead child.

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