Friday, 4 October 2013

We can all go home now

We can all go home now, the McCanns are not suspects, Scotland Yard have spoken and they are the world's leading Detectives with links to James Bond.

I do wonder though if they are keeping the heat off Kate and Gerry by exonerating the infamous pair halfway through the investigation?  Has there ever been a case in the UK or indeed anywhere in the world, where detectives have declared the main protagonists as 'not suspects'? Its quite an odd thing to do, especially as the investigation is ongoing and could potentially lead anywhere.  

The pro trolls on twitter are jumping for joy and those who have lost all faith in humankind after following this case, are pessimistic, and shouting 'whitewash', and 'I told you so'.  I'm not convinced, it would be a risky strategy, who knows how many are involved, and how many of those involved would stand up to close scrutiny should their own 'interests' be analysed? Is trolling on the internet a recognised profession?    

It looks as though a lot of people have big secrets eating away at them and they probably do not have the calculating personalities of Gerry and Kate. Something has got to give, not least the ever present danger that someone within their circle might spill the beans and outdazzle the starry pair with their own true story of what happened. They are clearly not honourable people, and why should the McCanns get all the cash?  

Anyone could crack at anytime in the future, and the whole house of cards will come tumbling down. It's a big old secret to have hanging over you, and it will never go away, because the McCanns won't.  'We won't stop' said Kate, 'ever'.  My sympathy goes out to all of those on their mailing list.   

As some of us already know, there are people in the inner circle, and indeed on the periphery, of this case who will go to any lengths to protect whatever the hell it is they are protecting.  Many of these proactive supporters are, shall we say, very unstable, so much so, that I even fear for the McCanns themselves.  The magnitude of what has gone on to cover up the disappearance of this child, cannot be underestimated, especially in cash terms, it runs to telephone numbers.     

Why not a whitewash?  Prime Ministers like to leave a legacy, and putting right the wrongs of a former Prime Minister would contribute to that. As it stands, any blame for things that have gone wrong in this case  in the past, can be lain at the door of Gordon Brown.  David Cameron can be the knight on the white steed, who charged in to put it all right.  He gave the go ahead for the Review, he gave another £5m of public money and the go ahead for a full investigation.  He must now produce a living Madeleine and a swarthy abductor or criminal convictions. Oops, will not suffice.   

I could of course be completely wrong, and we are at War (of the media kind) with Portugal.  How dare you victimise our stricken British citizens, you dastardly foreigners - we won the war you know!  Pip pip.  The good old Beeb, (BBC) are putting out a special edition of Crimewatch, for the UK and at least another 4 countries that will prove beyond doubt, the McCanns are caring parents who deserve our love and (financial) support - please see link to the Madeleine Fund paypal button in the credits. 

Our 'official government approved' documentary supercedes your 'Truth of the Lie' documentary, and if you won't give Kate and Gerry 1.2m Euros, we will prove you are just being horrid to them and our Navy will prepare for war.  You have been told!


Ps.  This announcement has nowt at all to do with ongoing libel trial in Lisbon.
Pps.  In the event Truth of the Lie has higher ratings and more believers we reserve the right to claim a further 1m Euros + for the McCanns' descendants and their heirs and any children Madeleine may have had.

Ppps. The Madeleine Corporation are presently working on a Room 101 prototype should the government documentary fail.  

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  1. oh hell, I enjoy Crimewatch, I will make sure to give it a miss though, just the thought of seeing and/or hearing those two dreadful individuals yet again makes me want to throw up.

  2. The reconstruction should be hilarious.

  3. Well whoever it is that is behind this must have enormous clout to be able to produce a Crimewatch programme bringing the McCanns to speak "to the people" and broadcast it in possibly four other Countries. Did these other countries have a choice? Or is this by Royal Command?

  4. Hi Bell xxxx So glad to see you are still writing!
    I'd love to know the 'story behind the story' - but I doubt we ever will. No doubt there will be another 'sighting' soon, it is coming up to christmas, and I'm sure the coffers need a boost - we get one every year about this time don't we???
    Jo xxx

  5. so if they have come to the conclusion they are innocent who is guilty ?

    ive always had it at the back of my mind ,the guy who murdered Tia was out on a midnight walk with candles , the guy who murdered the Soham girls was on front line helping police ,they where letting balloons off and setting a fund up within 2 weeks ,
    the little girl April in Wales ,i never saw her parents ,didnt see her setting a fund up .

    if they can rule them out they must have someone else in mind who ?

  6. I feel so sorry for the parents of other missing children. Parents who LOOKED AFTER their kids, but somehow those children disappeared. This despicable pair have managed to garner all this attention, are being treated like royalty, whereas imo, they should be charged with neglect, never mind being made out to be wonderful parents. Parents who CHOSE to leave their children alone every single night of their holiday, so's they could go out wining and dining with their friends.
    How must the poor innocent parents of missing children feel, parents who cared for, and looked after their children, parents who never got anything like the support these disgusting two are getting, when are they goijg to receive the same kind of support etc??? Surely if parents who willfully neglect their kids can receive it, parents who actually looked after their children should too?

  7. What we tend to forget is that there were six Doctors on that holiday, not just two. If we are expecting six Drs to be arrested, I fear that we are in for an awful long wait.

    I'm reminded of Nigel Lawson's comment, "The NHS is the nearest thing in England to a religion."

    I'd add to that, Consultants are treated like Gods.