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Post  Keela on Mon 7 May - 12:37

Poor Kate has at last felt strong enough to take part in a fun run in Liverpool. I have left a comment to the effect that she has felt strong enough to participate in other fun runs and is strong enough to grin like a Cheshire Cat with her husband for the cameras. I have also said that enough is enough and she should get her backside back to Portugaayl to answer the 48 questions which she so skillfully avoided. I doubt that it will be published but I feel better for having sent it!!!!!!
I forgot to ask why the picture on her vest is the one of a 3 year old Madeleine. If anyone else is going to post a comment, would they please ask this question?

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Post  welshy on Mon 7 May - 12:37

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2140672/Madeleine-McCann-latest-news-Parents-Kate-Gerry-vow-missing-daughter.html

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Mon 7 May - 12:44

imo that speaks volumes 3 years????? imo it means they are no longer looking fora living maddie

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Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 7 May - 12:47

Kate McCann seems to have lost a lot of weight. Her legs are like sticks. In contrast, Gerry is all blubber round his middle!

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Mon 7 May - 12:48

AnnaEsse wrote:Kate McCann seems to have lost a lot of weight. Her legs are like sticks. In contrast, Gerry is all blubber round his middle!

maybe gerry has been eating too many seabass pies?????

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Post  Guest on Mon 7 May - 12:49

"Could" in this context is merely a simplistic extrapolation of what we are told (cough) has happened thus far.

I'm afraid I cannot countenance the illusion that SY are going through all the documents etc. in some sort of strict order without actual weighting and prioritising certain aspects.

But if Healy & McCann believe that they have three further years of freedom, then I should doubt that very much indeed.

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Post  almostgothic on Mon 7 May - 12:57

Interesting to see that these two insomniac, irritable, deeply anxious depressives (who are experiencing indefinable fear) are yet again out and about and grinning their heads off.

Mr Amaral's lawyer - please take note ...

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Post  dutchclogs on Mon 7 May - 13:28

I gave someone who love's the McCanns a red point and it came up green DM is a loud of Cheats DM

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Post  ann_chovey on Mon 7 May - 13:30

dutchclogs wrote:I gave someone who love's the McCanns a red point and it came up green DM is a loud of Cheats DM


Which one....I'll do the 'adjustor'!

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Post  dutchclogs on Mon 7 May - 13:32

Justiceforallkids wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:Kate McCann seems to have lost a lot of weight. Her legs are like sticks. In contrast, Gerry is all blubber round his middle!

maybe gerry has been eating too many seabass pies?????

with child Friendly toppings

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Post  AnnaEsse on Mon 7 May - 13:34

Graham from Thailand says his 'hart,' goes with them! Should be easy to spot!


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Post  Panda on Mon 7 May - 13:36

There is no indication from the Report as to who is benefitting from this run ....very strange.

Apart from Kate , in one of the photos there is another Female runner with her back to the Camera with the "never give up", the madeleinefoundation,
so was this another sponsored run to benefit the Fund.??? What a nerve , while the Taxpayer is paying millions, the McCanns try to make even more money !!!

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Post  mummy45 on Mon 7 May - 13:39

Why do they need to keep raising money when the Met are funding all this?
Why can't tehy stop and concentrate on a normal family life with teh twins?
Egomaniacs

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Post  ann_chovey on Mon 7 May - 13:51

Panda wrote:There is no indication from the Report as to who is benefitting from this run ....very strange.

Apart from Kate , in one of the photos there is another Female runner with her back to the Camera with the "never give up", the madeleinefoundation,
so was this another sponsored run to benefit the Fund.??? What a nerve , while the Taxpayer is paying millions, the McCanns try to make even more money !!!


Looks like Kate's friend Nicki Gill.

http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/lindaMcqueenNickyGill.JPG


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Post  fred on Mon 7 May - 14:02

Love this comment as I can just see it happening!!

[quote]Kate vowed yesterday 'we'll never give up'............I have a vision of two elderly residents sitting in their care home, named Gerry and Kate, still saying the same mantra, although with frail voices, shaky liver spotted hands, and failing eyesight....So sad.
- Fred (Jane really), Berkshire, 7/5/2012 11:09


and no it isn't me, just spotted the fred (spooky)

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Post  Panda on Mon 7 May - 14:17

ann_chovey wrote:
Panda wrote:There is no indication from the Report as to who is benefitting from this run ....very strange.

Apart from Kate , in one of the photos there is another Female runner with her back to the Camera with the "never give up", the madeleinefoundation,
so was this another sponsored run to benefit the Fund.??? What a nerve , while the Taxpayer is paying millions, the McCanns try to make even more money !!!


Looks like Kate's friend Nicki Gill.

http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/lindaMcqueenNickyGill.JPG


Thanks ann_chovey....normally when there is a sponsored run it is stated "in aid of". This could be like the Marathon when all the runners fun for their own beneficiaries.

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Post  tanszi on Mon 7 May - 15:47

so another three years could mean a potentional £6million more of UK taxpayers money.

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Post  fred on Mon 7 May - 16:03

tanszi wrote:so another three years could mean a potentional £6million more of UK taxpayers money.

..and God knows how much for the 'fund'

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Post  Panda on Mon 7 May - 16:32

fred wrote:
tanszi wrote:so another three years could mean a potentional £6million more of UK taxpayers money.

..and God knows how much for the 'fund'

I don't think the Government would stand for it, there was concern among Conservative Backbenchers when Cameron announced a Review.Cameron
and Osbourne are regarded as too rich to understand poverty which makes them unsympathetic and they will be lucky to stay in Office until the
next Election.

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Post  Alfiefinn on Mon 7 May - 17:36

Panda wrote:
fred wrote:
tanszi wrote:so another three years could mean a potentional £6million more of UK taxpayers money.

..and God knows how much for the 'fund'

I don't think the Government would stand for it, there was concern among Conservative Backbenchers when Cameron announced a Review.Cameron
and Osbourne are regarded as too rich to understand poverty which makes them unsympathetic and they will be lucky to stay in Office until the
next Election.

I agree Panda.

I think that the announcement of government funding for the review was seen as a bit of a "Let them eat cake" moment by many.

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Post  interested on Mon 7 May - 18:48

I see the Daily Mail suspended comments at 8:49 am. 27 comments between 6:06 and 8:49 am - many not favourable to the parents.

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Post  tanszi on Mon 7 May - 22:29

Well Bernard Hogan Howe, met commissioner has said thre is no limit of time and manpower, that means hard cash to you and me the UKL taxpayer, that he will LAVISH (in abundance and extravagance -so not what is needed, just excessive) on this case. Nice to know that the man in charge is going to lavish money on this review, i wish hed lavish it on the huge number of kids that go missing every year instead of this. I understand he actually raised money for the McCs Fund, what is his interest. Can he be relied upon to be objective in this review, oh yes dead or alive, and the forensic timeline (didnt say which one) has gaps spouted by Andy Dedwood, obviously spoke to the media pack with this mans authority. Who said its a whitewash. Well im joining you. jimo. this is worse than a link to the Fund website, this is Hogan Howe being paypal with our taxes.

Oh the paper didnt print mine either. thats ok.

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