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Post  welshy on Sat 17 Mar - 13:40

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2116320/Madeleine-McCann-Police-review-huge-step.html

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Post  Guest on Sat 17 Mar - 13:44

In some ways it probably really has taken the pressure of (as Healy says) ------ they will be able to stop the charade quite soon and that surely will be cathartic.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 17 Mar - 13:48

welshy wrote: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2116320/Madeleine-McCann-Police-review-huge-step.html

Thanks welshy. Kate McCann really wore that lurid pink top? Eeek!

And with nearly 1,000 runners taking part, how come there's no one else in the photos of Kate and Gerry? Where were the others? I'm sure Kate and Gerry would have neither been way ahead or way behind the pack. So, where are the people?

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Post  gillyspot on Sat 17 Mar - 14:03

Notice that Gerry did comment on the PJ review despite Clarence saying the McCanns wouldn't - I know it is a pedantic point

Also notice that comments are allowed - none there as yet though. Any there will be whooshed by tonight I am sure.

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Post  Guest on Sat 17 Mar - 14:10

AnnaEsse wrote:
welshy wrote: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2116320/Madeleine-McCann-Police-review-huge-step.html

Thanks welshy. Kate McCann really wore that lurid pink top? Eeek!


The article right next to it says -
The naffest couple ever! Katie Price and Leandro Penna are a kaleidoscope of neon. It's rare to get noticed when standing next to a glamour model in neon pink.
I'm quite sure that is not a coincidence.

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Post  almostgothic on Sat 17 Mar - 14:16

And of course the first thing that hits one's eyeballs is that 'Notice Me!' yucky pink top ...

KM on pink running shoes:
"They were pink, which I wasn't quite sure about - I wondered how seriously a runner in pink trainers could be taken .."

Well, she said it. Does one take pink tops seriously too?
Or does one cynically suspect that it was worn merely as something for the photojournos to home in on so that the limelight could once again be hogged?
Pity all the other poor sods running for the charity who have been relegated to background also-rans ONCE AGAIN.

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Sat 17 Mar - 14:43

all i can think of is and i was running hahahah off forrets gump and can kate trotting past lmao

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Post  amber on Sat 17 Mar - 14:45

gillyspot wrote:Notice that Gerry did comment on the PJ review despite Clarence saying the McCanns wouldn't - I know it is a pedantic point

Also notice that comments are allowed - none there as yet though. Any there will be whooshed by tonight I am sure.


well I've tried, but the DM dont usually like my comments as I tend not to gush over the wonderful caring parents

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Post  SteveT on Sat 17 Mar - 14:45

Probably the best runners in the world.

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Post  mossman on Sat 17 Mar - 15:16

run rabbit run......

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Post  chrissie1 on Sat 17 Mar - 15:28

Well if i had gone on holiday with friends and they had a child abducted, i would do the runs and anything else to raise money and awareness, so why dont the tapas 7

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 17 Mar - 15:35

chrissie1 wrote:Well if i had gone on holiday with friends and they had a child abducted, i would do the runs and anything else to raise money and awareness, so why dont the tapas 7

That's a good point. I'd definitely do something if it was a friend's child. So, why have we never seen any of the Tapas 7 out there raising money for the fund or for Missing People?

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Post  Guest on Sat 17 Mar - 15:56

It must be hard to move quickly when weighed down by the burden of guilty knowledge.

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Post  chrissie1 on Sat 17 Mar - 16:09

TEIN i think you are right

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Post  kathybelle on Sat 17 Mar - 18:06

The last time I looked at the comments regarding Kate and Gerry's run, there were only 3 and they were made by fans of the McCanns. I do like the comment from the DailyMail, which says "The views expressed in the contents above, are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of the MailOnline."

I know that is something that is always put underneath viewers comments, but it is rather apt in the case of the McCanns. I would imagine a high percentage of the Daily Mail staff, would like to put what they really think of the McCanns. However they know what the consequences would be, if they were brave enough to voice their opinions in public.

I wonder how much the McCanns running gear, cost the fund. I can't see them buying the gear out of their own pockets, not when they have permission to use the fund in any way they see fit.

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Post  almostgothic on Sat 17 Mar - 18:38

The writ served on Mr Amaral states that:
"They say they suffer 'permanent anxiety, insomnia, lack of appetite, irritability and an indefinable fear'.
The writ also says Kate McCann is 'steeped in a deep and serious depression'."


Cor blimey.
It's a wonder they can crawl out of bed of a morning, let alone go to London and do a charity run ...

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Post  mossman on Sat 17 Mar - 18:42

almostgothic wrote:The writ served on Mr Amaral states that:
"They say they suffer 'permanent anxiety, insomnia, lack of appetite, irritability and an indefinable fear'.
The writ also says Kate McCann is 'steeped in a deep and serious depression'."


Cor blimey.
It's a wonder they can crawl out of bed of a morning, let alone go to London and do a charity run ...


I'm not a doctor but my guess these are all symptoms associated with covering up what happened to your daughter.

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Post  cherry1 on Sat 17 Mar - 18:43

If they have as much anxiety and fear as they have made out I dont think they would
be able to participate in a race of this nature with so many people around them. So when they
are hauled back to do a reconstruction or to answer questions will all this anxiety and fear return so they wont be able to go out the door I wonder!

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Post  ShabbyTiger on Sat 17 Mar - 18:46

mossman wrote:
almostgothic wrote:The writ served on Mr Amaral states that:
"They say they suffer 'permanent anxiety, insomnia, lack of appetite, irritability and an indefinable fear'.
The writ also says Kate McCann is 'steeped in a deep and serious depression'."


Cor blimey.
It's a wonder they can crawl out of bed of a morning, let alone go to London and do a charity run ...


I'm not a doctor but my guess these are all symptoms associated with covering up what happened to your daughter.

Exactly, mossman. If they were that unwell due to G Amaral's book there would be no way on this earth that they would be able to take part in a run of this kind.

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Post  almostgothic on Sat 17 Mar - 18:49

I do hope that Mr Amaral's lawyer is making a record of just how well they are functioning under these debilitating psychological ailments.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 17 Mar - 19:48

almostgothic wrote:The writ served on Mr Amaral states that:
"They say they suffer 'permanent anxiety, insomnia, lack of appetite, irritability and an indefinable fear'.
The writ also says Kate McCann is 'steeped in a deep and serious depression'."


Cor blimey.
It's a wonder they can crawl out of bed of a morning, let alone go to London and do a charity run ...



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Post  tanszi on Sat 17 Mar - 20:04

hiya AnnaEsse, thats exactly the photo i was thinking of when i read the writ details. no wonder they wanted it removed because it doesnt show how they feel inside, ive got a good idea how they felt when they had this photo taken, details on the writ dont match. Look at the eyes and mouths.jimo


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Post  AnnaEsse on Sat 17 Mar - 20:07

tanszi wrote:hiya AnnaEsse, thats exactly the photo i was thinking of when i read the writ details. no wonder they wanted it removed because it doesnt show how they feel inside, ive got a good idea how they felt when they had this photo taken, details on the writ dont match. Look at the eyes and mouths.

Yes, I'm glad I grabbed that photo!

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Post  almostgothic on Sat 17 Mar - 22:29

She's grinning at the camera (of course), but what's he grinning at?

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Post  interested on Sat 17 Mar - 22:31

That picture reminds me of a couple who have just won first prize in a lottery. I guess they've done pretty well for themselves with the Fund but they are no where close to being winners.

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