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Post  Roasted Arizona on Wed 17 Apr - 8:12

At this time of horror, that we have to be faced with Kate's 'thoughts, and sex life'. What happened to Madeleine is totally down to them. What happened to the little boy is Boston and the numerous others, was in no way down to them.

I appreciate that the interviews were no doubt SOLD some time ago, in preparation for the anniversary, but they should not now be shown.

Enough, go away.

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Post  fred on Wed 17 Apr - 8:50

I agree! The whole of the British press is full of kate Bloody Mccann and her loving forgiveness!!

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Post  Justiceforallkids on Wed 17 Apr - 9:00

fred wrote:I agree! The whole of the British press is full of kate Bloody Mccann and her loving forgiveness!!

this poor mother not only has a brain injury her little boy is dead and her little girl had her her leg blown off all though no fault of their own that is much more grief then kates

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Post  wjk on Wed 17 Apr - 10:01

Absolutely agree RA.
People are suffering genuine grief at the moment, we don't need this garbage!

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Post  wantthetruth on Wed 17 Apr - 10:10

Roasted Arizona wrote:At this time of horror, that we have to be faced with Kate's 'thoughts, and sex life'. What happened to Madeleine is totally down to them. What happened to the little boy is Boston and the numerous others, was in no way down to them.

I appreciate that the interviews were no doubt SOLD some time ago, in preparation for the anniversary, but they should not now be shown.

Enough, go away.


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Post  saloongirl on Wed 17 Apr - 13:35

Didn't Gerry once say when 11 year old Rhys Jones was killed that at least his parents "had closure"? What a despicable and heartless thing to say. That's probably why they think they have the right to keep playing the victims no matter what horror other people are going through. Yes just found it, here at the bottom of this article:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1561428/McCanns-frustrated-over-Madeleine-inquiry.html

"While in Britain at the weekend Mr McCann offered his sympathy to the parents of 11-year-old Rhys Jones, who was killed in Liverpool last week.

"Kate and I were incredibly shocked to hear of the news," he said. "It is a terrible waste of a young life. They, of course, have our sympathy.

"Both sets of parents are in the middle of terrible traumas. They, however, will have closure. We don't."


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Post  cherry1 on Wed 17 Apr - 13:48

Someone needs to tell them it is not a competition to see who has suffered the most!

We have seen from interviews they have given sometimes Madeleine barely mentioned while they seem to focus on
how hard everything is for them.

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Post  mara thon on Wed 17 Apr - 15:12

There cannot be a pair of more selfish, self centred people on the planet. Everything is about them, their suffering, their pain, although I suspect the vast amount of money they have made helps their pain quite a lot. According to them it´s okay that others suffer grief and pain, after all others have closure. What an unpleasant pair they are.

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Post  fred on Wed 17 Apr - 15:35

Right from the off, they were selfish and had no thoughts for anyone except them selves. In an early interview, kate was asked why she had left them alone, and she replies 'It was our holiday too.' Honestly!!!

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Post  mara thon on Wed 17 Apr - 15:51

fred wrote:Right from the off, they were selfish and had no thoughts for anyone except them selves. In an early interview, kate was asked why she had left them alone, and she replies 'It was our holiday too.' Honestly!!!

So true fred. They´ve jumped on every bandwaggon going, they are the important ones, nobody can suffer as they can. They´ve turned peoples lives upside down with their riduculous sightings, every missing child, every disaster involving children, there they are, "look at us, look at us. We are the important ones, not anybody else."

I wish someone in authority of some kind would have the guts to tell them to just go away and shut up.

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Post  pennylane on Wed 17 Apr - 16:16

mara thon wrote:
fred wrote:Right from the off, they were selfish and had no thoughts for anyone except them selves. In an early interview, kate was asked why she had left them alone, and she replies 'It was our holiday too.' Honestly!!!

So true fred. They´ve jumped on every bandwaggon going, they are the important ones, nobody can suffer as they can. They´ve turned peoples lives upside down with their riduculous sightings, every missing child, every disaster involving children, there they are, "look at us, look at us. We are the important ones, not anybody else."

I wish someone in authority of some kind would have the guts to tell them to just go away and shut up.

They have endlessly chopped and changed their story, but their unbridled greed and profound narcissism have remained constant throughout.

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Post  jay2001 on Wed 17 Apr - 17:26

With the terrible tragedy of the Boston bombing deaths, why would the Express and Daily Star put this pathetic drivel on the front page. The 8 year old boy who died had been photographed some time before with a Peace plackard and ban the bomb symbol. How sad that he was killed by some cowardly scum, his sister had her leg blown off and his mother has undergone brain surgery. One of the ladies who died was being cradled by her boyfriend. He'd been going to propose to her when she crossed the finish line. These are real genuine, heartbreaking stories and the press publish PR propaganda.

As for the crass, insensitive remarks by Gez, words fail me. Rhys Jones mother cradled her dying son in her arms. At the time of that awful killing everytime I saw the family I could've wept. That was a family truly devastated and I could empathise with them. You could feel their pain. How lucky they got closure. Just the sort of comment I'd expect from a heartless pratt.

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Post  Keela on Thu 18 Apr - 13:52

Yes, think yourself lucky if you are the victim of crime and you get closure, then think of poor Gerry and Kate who will never get closure because they don't know what happened or where Maddy is. tell the truth, it's not too late ( as Gerry famously said).

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Post  margaret on Thu 18 Apr - 14:19

jay2001 wrote:
As for the crass, insensitive remarks by Gez, words fail me. Rhys Jones mother cradled her dying son in her arms. At the time of that awful killing everytime I saw the family I could've wept. That was a family truly devastated and I could empathise with them. You could feel their pain. How lucky they got closure. Just the sort of comment I'd expect from a heartless pratt.

Well said. It's all about 'me, me, me'. Madeleine is always an afterthought, so sad.

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Post  jejune on Thu 18 Apr - 18:48

There's a piece in today's 'Mirror', titled, "Why a child's teddy bear is so important" by Miriam Stoppard. She writes that:

"No matter how dirty and smelly it gets, washing it [the comforter] is a no-no. Cleaning it breaks the infant's bond with the comforter and the young child becomes helpless, no longer able to navigate the eternal problem of separation."

One of the early things that brought up a red flag to me with the McCanns was the washing of cuddle-cat. What mother would do that to their child's comforter when the child has gone missing? You find out, very early on, that you're not allowed to wash that object, because it changes whatever it represents for the child. Yes, carry it everywhere with you whilst you're supposedly searching for your child, but don't wash it. It smells of your child for God's sake! After my son left home for university I waited to wash his bedding for a while, because I missed him so much that I used to go into his room and smell his bedding. (And, as an 18-year-old male, it didn't smell that great ).

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Post  Guest on Thu 18 Apr - 20:28

I still have the collar of my beloved cat who died 15 years ago. It still has a wee bit of his fur on it and I can still smell him. I keep it at the bottom of my jewellery box and I would never, ever wash it let alone part with it.

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Post  jejune on Thu 18 Apr - 21:55

Iris, I have a cushion that smells of my elderly dog who had to be put to sleep at around the age of 13 (he was a rescue greyhound), about 3 years ago. Every so often I give it a sniff, and whilst it still smells of him I'm keeping it. I certainly haven't washed it. If it no longer smelled of him then I'd throw it away.

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Post  mossman on Thu 18 Apr - 22:10

jejune wrote:There's a piece in today's 'Mirror', titled, "Why a child's teddy bear is so important" by Miriam Stoppard. She writes that:

"No matter how dirty and smelly it gets, washing it [the comforter] is a no-no. Cleaning it breaks the infant's bond with the comforter and the young child becomes helpless, no longer able to navigate the eternal problem of separation."

One of the early things that brought up a red flag to me with the McCanns was the washing of cuddle-cat. What mother would do that to their child's comforter when the child has gone missing? You find out, very early on, that you're not allowed to wash that object, because it changes whatever it represents for the child. Yes, carry it everywhere with you whilst you're supposedly searching for your child, but don't wash it. It smells of your child for God's sake! After my son left home for university I waited to wash his bedding for a while, because I missed him so much that I used to go into his room and smell his bedding. (And, as an 18-year-old male, it didn't smell that great ).


So very true. The comforters in my house are well loved, well travelled and well cared for companions. They appear in every family photograph, either in a child's hands or in the background. They are never ever washed, the trauma suffered in the early days when I tried to wash them is just not worth it.

What interests me also is the respect children have for each others comfort toys. Whilst they will often fight over toys, share toys, borrow toys, they never ever touch each others teddys. There is an unspoken rule of respect between them, those comforters are not ever shared. That is why I find it odd to see photos of Amilee with cuddle cat. A mortal sin to cuddle, play or touch your siblings comfort toy.

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Re: I don't feel it's appropriate ....

Post  Roasted Arizona on Thu 18 Apr - 23:31

And one thing I've said many times, especially in the early days.....if my child had been kidnapped I would be soooo upset that she didn't even have her comforter with her, that I would feel no comfort in having it with me.

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Post  Lillyofthevalley on Fri 19 Apr - 9:30

They always have to steel spot light at any cost, business as usual for the McCanns, Boston Bombing or not!!!

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Post  cass on Fri 19 Apr - 9:54

i just think the deeper they are digging -- the shocking nes from the boston marathon -- and big pic of the mcanns -- half of me think its a piss take by the press -- me me me look at me

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