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Sunday, 9 September 2007

Are the McCann's guilty?

I would be interested to know what people think about the Madeleine McCann investigation. I will be putting together an article to weigh up the evidence and theories surrounding the latest developments. If anyone would like to comment or contribute their thoughts or feelings I would be very grateful. You can remain anonymous if you prefer.

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  1. I interpret your question to mean do you belive the McCann spin machine which fuels the British press, or do you have doubts based on numerous inconsistencies.

    I am definitely in the latter camp, and feel that the British media has been terribly biased with regard to the whole afair.

    An example of this is the absence of reference to "Jeremy Wilkins" on the BBC website.

    And acording to their 'impartial' reporter Kate McCann had to fight her way through a crowd when appearing at the police station. Yet looking at the video of the incident, she quite clearly does not have to do anything of the sort.

    And ultimately one does have to ask questions about Gordon Brown's role.

  2. When you say Gordon Brown's role do you mean government intervention to allow the McCanns to return home? I agree that the British media have been biased in favour of the McCanns. Time will tell, but, sadly I do not think the truth will ever come out. I am also of the opinion that social class and status of the couple have played a part in the whole coverage of events by a supposedly objective British press. If the parents were from a working class background I suspect that public reaction would have been influenced by negative reporting.


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