|Ask the dogs Sandra|
The McCanns desire for the limelight matched their desire for hard cash, and there exists hundreds if not thousands of interviews that display not only their true characters, but their ridiculous self serving and obviously fabricated tall stories. The proud father moment, the whooshing curtains, the 'why didn't you come when S*** and I were crying' question. Every interview of the parents is filled with 'WTF' moments, moments that are blatantly obvious to the viewing public, but seemingly invisible to the UK's law enforcement agencies, so called criminal and psychology experts and fawning television presenters!
Gerry and Kate can't understand why people won't believe them and they think the more they appear on our screens, the more people they will convince. They just need an opportunity to explain, so why don't we shut up and listen? Their elongated, detailed explanations should have settled the matter once and for all and clearly it is those still doubting them who have the problem.
I have no doubt whatsoever, that the McCann case will change the entire way in which we look at psychopathy, particularly in the study of deceptive behaviour. The McCann interviews are a goldmine of resources for those interested in the darker side of human nature. They are packed with examples of 'how to dig yourself a deeper hole', duping delight and 'look how clever we are' moments. Unfortunately those with supersize egos, cannot suppress the urge to show off their genius, and their need for acknowledgment usually leads to their downfall.
I would imagine they are impossible to work with. They have no scruples, no boundaries, and no loyalty to anyone other than themselves. All those politicians, newspaper moguls and editors. ex police chiefs and proactive family and friends should bear in mind, if these parents are willing to sell out their own first born child, then they are willing to sell out anyone.