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Post  jay2001 on Sun 15 Dec - 20:49

The Express missed a chance to get a pic of a nearly tearful Kate to put alongside this regurgitated piece.

Almost Gothic - had to laugh at 'I'll be sue-ing you' - love that song, but now will forever think of your words!

Kitti - I don't know how any of them function. Most of us on the forums must think about Maddie every day and we didn't even know her. How can they live with themselves? Everybody who has enabled the Mcs to inflict this circus on the public is disgusting IMO and it sickens me.

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Post  Annabel on Mon 16 Dec - 5:10

http://nz.news.yahoo.com/a/-/world/20350682/spy-plane-may-have-captured-image-of-madeleine-mccann-abduction/

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Post  Panda on Mon 16 Dec - 6:55

Thanks Annabel,


"A spy plane being used during a NATO training exercise may have captured an image of the person who abducted Madeleine McCann, says military expert Philip Burden."

Now come on folks, do we really believe the one in 10 million chance that the "abduction" was filmed during the training exercise???


Of course we don't and it is more likely the Express extracting the urine because they paid over £1 million to the Tapas 9 and have witnessed SY spending well over £5 million on the review and investigation and coming up with zilch.

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Post  kitti on Mon 16 Dec - 7:12

It's called...'putting the wind up Gerry'

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Re: Spy Plane Clue To Maddie Mystery - Sunday Express

Post  Panda on Mon 16 Dec - 7:34

kitti wrote:It's called...'putting the wind up Gerry'

Morning kitti, for the McCanns to muscle in on the Trial shows how nervous they are about the verdict, The Press have consistently printed outrageous
"news" because they sense it is endgame for the McCanns , the only thing that bothers me is the dearth of witnesses for Amaral and the time it is taking for OPORTO to complete their findings.

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Post  widowan on Mon 16 Dec - 16:42

kitti wrote:It's called...'putting the wind up Gerry'

That could be. if the spy plane overhead caught anything that night and he was involved, it'd certainly make him nervous, but like the dogs, there's an innocent explanation for everything that did or did not happen.

Good thing the abductor looked like Gerry in that case. Those spy plane things catch a lot of detail, as did Smiths. Talking about the buttons on the trousers - I would never have noticed that.

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Post  jeanmonroe on Mon 16 Dec - 16:59

widowan wrote:
kitti wrote:It's called...'putting the wind up Gerry'

That could be. if the spy plane overhead caught anything that night and he was involved, it'd certainly make him nervous, but like the dogs, there's an innocent explanation for everything that did or did not happen.

Good thing the abductor looked like Gerry in that case. Those spy plane things catch a lot of detail, as did Smiths. Talking about the buttons on the trousers - I would never have noticed that.

How would you?
Gerry never TOLD you!
Like he never told JT about the pyjamas which she described in the minutest detail which EXACTLY matched the ones Madeleine was wearing!

So that's the McCanns 'proof' she was 'abducted'

Because their friend 'saw' it happening!

But Redwood shows us something 'different' dosen't he?

Not even the COLOUR Tanner said!

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Re: Spy Plane Clue To Maddie Mystery - Sunday Express

Post  widowan on Mon 16 Dec - 17:52

The color under those conditions is something you could mistake, especially if you suddenly and firmly believed you'd seen the abduction.

These details of clothing worn by suspects just amazes me, what people will see and notice. Surely McCanns were giving the police descriptions of what Madeleine had worn to bed. And anyone looking for her. the idea that Jane did not know this is unusual. And she could have - believing she'd seen the abduction - altered in her mind what she thought she saw.
Similary Smiths had seen, by the time they did the efit, photos of McCanns as we all had, although making up the detail of buttons on the trousers is really a stretch.

I don't suppose anyone had photos of the group that night from waist down, if they took photos it'd likely be at the table with just faces - if the photo of Gerry in his tan cargo pants with buttons was in the news prior to the Smiths giving their description they could have mis remembered that or added that detail subconsciously I guess.

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