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Post  jeanmonroe on Wed 3 Apr - 0:20

With the Philpotts convicted today i checked the TV 'listings' straight away and lo and behold they ALL had 'specials' slotted straight into their 'schedules'
All had LOTS of pre- recorded interviews with people, cops, friends, family, surrounding the case.
This means they had all this 'footage' already 'canned' and were just waiting to air it when the verdicts came in.

So do we think that the media broadcasters are sitting on 'footage' of the McCanns, to be realeased should they be charged?
Just to add, there's an awful lot of 'footage' to choose from! LOL.
All those lovely 'interviews, statements, etc' they gave to EVERYONE and anyone!

All 'in the can' ready for 'specials'?

PROPER 'coppering' nicked the Philpotts, maybe those REAL coppers should have been assigned the 'review'!
As the chief cop said " we GOT justice for those poor kids"
WHEN will Madeleine get JUSTICE?
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Post  Loopdaloop on Wed 3 Apr - 1:54

Further evidence people can and do engage in cover-ups and shed crocodile tears


The daily mail is trying to lay the blame for this at the door of the welfare system, which is somewhat unjust.
As much as I believe in bad Barrels, I equally believe that there are bad apples.


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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Wed 3 Apr - 9:17

I certainly think that it is unfair to blame the benefit system for people like Mick Philpott as there are evil people in all walks of life. Most disturbing of course are the ones who can get away with what they do because of their influential connections.

It's quite normal for TV companies to have programmes ready for transmission in the event of the defendants in high-profile cases being found guilty, for example Fred and Rose West and Dr Shipman in recent times.

The Sky programme at 8.30 yesterday is now available - http://news.sky.com/

Click on Deadly Betrayal on the right hand side.

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Post  mara thon on Wed 3 Apr - 10:35

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/mick-philpott-found-guilty-manslaughter-1798127
quote from above article:

"Philpott targeted a fund set up by kind-hearted locals - seeing it as a way of "getting rich quick"


The "fund" now seems to be the way to go. In my personal opinion a lot of children have been put in danger since a certain couple began the "fund" culture, it seems to be "if they can do it and get away with it so can we".

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Post  margaret on Wed 3 Apr - 10:45

mara thon wrote:

The "fund" now seems to be the way to go. In my personal opinion a lot of children have been put in danger since a certain couple began the "fund" culture, it seems to be "if they can do it and get away with it so can we".

That's right. Before Madeleine went missing people didn't donate money they trusted the police, but the McCanns set a dangerous precedent, SY must be feeling the pressure to stop that.

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Post  fred on Wed 3 Apr - 11:16

Yes, the Mccanns certainly did set the ball rolling where "funds" were concened. April Jones has one too.

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Post  kitti on Wed 3 Apr - 11:47

I'm glad the money went towards the funeral for those children......£11,000 was collected in those few weeks, that's how much the funeral cost, i don't know if more was collected.


If you remember Matthews went into tescos and didn't pay for anything as the manager Felt sorry for her....she filled up trolleys with booze and fags.


The local takeaways gave her free food too....


The Mccanns on the very next day went to the tapas and got free meals.


So there isn't much difference between the Mccanns, Matthews and the philpotts ....

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Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 3 Apr - 11:49

Not Born Yesterday wrote:I certainly think that it is unfair to blame the benefit system for people like Mick Philpott as there are evil people in all walks of life. Most disturbing of course are the ones who can get away with what they do because of their influential connections.

It's quite normal for TV companies to have programmes ready for transmission in the event of the defendants in high-profile cases being found guilty, for example Fred and Rose West and Dr Shipman in recent times.

The Sky programme at 8.30 yesterday is now available - http://news.sky.com/

Click on Deadly Betrayal on the right hand side.

I agree about the benefits system. Someone like Mick Philpott would probably find ways to make dodgy money wherever he was living. Before benefits and universal schooling in Britain he'd probably have had his kids down the pits or up chimneys making money!

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Post  kitti on Wed 3 Apr - 11:54

He didn't care about those kids.....they were there for one reason......child benefit....that's why he was annoyed when his mistress left, he lost all that money.



He didn't even look after them, he couldn't be bothered .


Now the mother is annoyed because she is saying her 'friends and family' are smearing her by saying she was a bad mother...she WAS a bad mother because she put them in a position where philpott exploited them for his own greed.


Now they are also saying that because they murdered 6 children they won't get it easy in prison...guess what....i hope they don't.

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Post  margaret on Wed 3 Apr - 13:04

I feel sorry for the woman who left him which made him think of setting fire to the house in the first place. She has to live knowing that was the catalyst and yet she was doing the right thing then. (If only she'd never met him)

Poor little kids my heart could break for them.

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Post  mossman on Wed 3 Apr - 13:41

kitti wrote:I'm glad the money went towards the funeral for those children......£11,000 was collected in those few weeks, that's how much the funeral cost, i don't know if more was collected.


If you remember Matthews went into tescos and didn't pay for anything as the manager Felt sorry for her....she filled up trolleys with booze and fags.


The local takeaways gave her free food too....


The Mccanns on the very next day went to the tapas and got free meals.


So there isn't much difference between the Mccanns, Matthews and the philpotts ....


In fact there are striking similarities. Press conferences, lack of tears, fund raising, Philpotts was taken to task today in the press for playing in a fund raiser football match, same as jogging in my book.

Only difference I can see is the public perception that "doctors"don't harm their children and the police acted and followed through on their suspicions with Phillpott.

How anybody, after reading the facts of this case, can say they still believe 100% in the McCanns because they are Madeleines parents and/or they are doctors astounds me.

The simple fact that has always been there has been proved out. Parents can and do harm their children, parents will do anything for money, they will lie on national tv to save their skin.

Benefits or paid employment is irrelevant. The crime is exactly the same.

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Post  Not Born Yesterday on Wed 3 Apr - 14:05

Good post Mossman.

A slight difference though with the fund-raising in the Philpott case in that it was started by well-wishers to pay for the children's funerals.

That can't be compared to the McCanns personally setting up a limited company at a speed which suggests advance planning, selling old tat and making future plans when, for all anyone knew, Madeleine could have been found at any moment.

Doctors aren't immune from prosecution - as Dr Shipman would agree if he were still alive - so there has to be something else about the McCanns which is protecting their unsavoury skins.

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Post  Guest on Wed 3 Apr - 15:16

Got no doubts whatsoever that there are a myriad of programmes lined up for when - not if - karma finally catches up with the McCanns.

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Post  AnnaEsse on Wed 3 Apr - 15:42

Iris wrote:Got no doubts whatsoever that there are a myriad of programmes lined up for when - not if - karma finally catches up with the McCanns.

They've possibly got recordings of people who worked with/lived near/studied with Kate and Gerry, who have been told that the footage won't be used without their permission. I should think that when K and G are finally booked, those people will give permission.

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Post  Carolina on Wed 3 Apr - 17:00

AnnaEsse wrote:
Not Born Yesterday wrote:I certainly think that it is unfair to blame the benefit system for people like Mick Philpott as there are evil people in all walks of life. Most disturbing of course are the ones who can get away with what they do because of their influential connections.

It's quite normal for TV companies to have programmes ready for transmission in the event of the defendants in high-profile cases being found guilty, for example Fred and Rose West and Dr Shipman in recent times.

The Sky programme at 8.30 yesterday is now available - http://news.sky.com/

Click on Deadly Betrayal on the right hand side.

I agree about the benefits system. Someone like Mick Philpott would probably find ways to make dodgy money wherever he was living. Before benefits and universal schooling in Britain he'd probably have had his kids down the pits or up chimneys making money!

If Philpott who is obviously a psychopath had come from an upper class family he would have probably gone into politics or gone to work for Goldman Sachs.

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Post  Lioned on Wed 3 Apr - 17:06

It is the daily wail who seem to be associating welfare claimants with murdering scumbags,you would expect no less from a tory scumbag rag.
Once the mccanns are found culpable the press will be all over them like a septic rash.

There have been some good natured people in the past who have been unable to get their heads around the possibility of such evil existing,so how many examples do they have to see that the unimaginable atrocities towards children can and do happen,sadly more frequently than we ever hear about i suspect.

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Post  Badboy on Wed 3 Apr - 17:10

THERE WAS SOMEONE WHO SAID AT ONE NEWSPAPER THERE WAS A WHOLE ROOM WHOLE OF BOXES OF MATERIAL ABOUT THE MCCANNS.

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Post  Lioned on Wed 3 Apr - 17:14

Badboy wrote:THERE WAS SOMEONE WHO SAID AT ONE NEWSPAPER THERE WAS A WHOLE ROOM WHOLE OF BOXES OF MATERIAL ABOUT THE MCCANNS.

Please don't start that one off.....

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Post  interested on Wed 3 Apr - 17:35

Badboy wrote:THERE WAS SOMEONE WHO SAID AT ONE NEWSPAPER THERE WAS A WHOLE ROOM WHOLE OF BOXES OF MATERIAL ABOUT THE MCCANNS.



I'm certain all TV broadcasters have plenty "in the can". Newspapers too are famous for having obits of the famous and infamous on hand ready to roll, so when the time comes (and I'm certain it will) the papers will be prepared to tell all.

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Post  mossman on Wed 3 Apr - 17:36

Carolina wrote:
AnnaEsse wrote:
Not Born Yesterday wrote:I certainly think that it is unfair to blame the benefit system for people like Mick Philpott as there are evil people in all walks of life. Most disturbing of course are the ones who can get away with what they do because of their influential connections.

It's quite normal for TV companies to have programmes ready for transmission in the event of the defendants in high-profile cases being found guilty, for example Fred and Rose West and Dr Shipman in recent times.

The Sky programme at 8.30 yesterday is now available - http://news.sky.com/

Click on Deadly Betrayal on the right hand side.

I agree about the benefits system. Someone like Mick Philpott would probably find ways to make dodgy money wherever he was living. Before benefits and universal schooling in Britain he'd probably have had his kids down the pits or up chimneys making money!

If Philpott who is obviously a psychopath had come from an upper class family he would have probably gone into politics or gone to work for Goldman Sachs.


Or joined hacked off.....

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Post  Oldartform on Wed 3 Apr - 18:53

Badboy wrote:THERE WAS SOMEONE WHO SAID AT ONE NEWSPAPER THERE WAS A WHOLE ROOM WHOLE OF BOXES OF MATERIAL ABOUT THE MCCANNS.

Yes I saw that Badboy but I doubt info is stored in boxes or on paper - it would all be computerised or in those neat little memory stick things.

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Post  kitti on Wed 3 Apr - 20:01

I remember Mr Amaral saying that he either asked the Mccanns to organise interviews or they did interviews in the early days so they could 'study' the Mccanns behaviour.

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Post  Guest on Wed 3 Apr - 21:32

interested wrote:
Badboy wrote:THERE WAS SOMEONE WHO SAID AT ONE NEWSPAPER THERE WAS A WHOLE ROOM WHOLE OF BOXES OF MATERIAL ABOUT THE MCCANNS.



I'm certain all TV broadcasters have plenty "in the can". Newspapers too are famous for having obits of the famous and infamous on hand ready to roll, so when the time comes (and I'm certain it will) the papers will be prepared to tell all.
in the mid 80s I lived and worked in London. One night we went to a club and the party ended very late. Staggering through central London trying to get home, suddenly round the corner came a hearse and loads of other big, black cars - remember this is about 3 in the morning. It shocked me, I can tell you! I later found out that it was a "rehearsal" for the funeral of the Queen Mother and that they did this on a regular basis, despite her being in excellent health and showing no signs of cashing in her chips!

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Post  marxman on Wed 3 Apr - 22:54

After watching much of the TV coverage and documentaries
covering the Philpott case and verdict, I couldn't help but
imagine that hidden and subliminal messages were being sent
out to frighten and to weaken certain individual's 'pact of
silence.' and to hopefully encourage them to come forward
with the realization that justice was eventually closing in.
Some of the coverage displayed specialist dogs indicating
the origin of the inflammable substance, it showed the power
and part the media play in revealing incriminating evidence
on film which can be analysed by criminologists and body
language experts, it also revealed the police tactics of
secretly employing covert listening devices and of this being
successfully used in court as evidence.
I maybe suffering from wishful thinking, but I'm sure this case,
and the conviction, will undoubtedly make some weak links
unchain themselves from this choke-chain which is slowly and
surely tightening by the day.
Here hoping.

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Post  kitti on Thu 4 Apr - 10:28

Did you see 'Freckles'?

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