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Seamus Coogan
12-10-2013, 11:45 PM
I have been going over the McCann case for a number of years.

I have viewed the posts here by Magda, Dave, and Jan discussing paedo rings in Europe and I find it alarming stuff. However, I have also investigated Maddie's disappearance and I have to say I feel the McCann's have a lot of explaining to do.

The real conspiracy for me is how the media and the British government got behind the McCann's after initial speculation in the press. That for me is the big problem. Why haven't the McCann's come out and demanded investigations into sex rings? An interesting comparison has been about the McCann's and Lindi Chamberlain. The problem is the McCann's never went through the mill, and never appeared in any court. The Chamberlains could never call on powerful politicians to assist them either.

The McCann's at the very least should have been done for neglect.

My view is rather than portray the McCann's as victims of some horrific ring. I examine the McCann's as a cover for secret connections in British political circles. Rather than having a child abducted I think the McCann's dabbling's and dealings add another layer to this ugly tapestry! Here's my article I wrote at Top Secret Writers. Be interesting to get some feedback.

http://www.topsecretwriters.com/2013/11/how-madeleine-mccann-conspiracy-theorists-hurt-her-cause/

Magda Hassan
12-10-2013, 11:56 PM
I don't disagree with you Seamus that it was neglectful of the McCann's to leave their children alone in the rooms while they ate at the restaurant with their friends. If my memory recalls correctly some of the other people also had their children alone in their rooms too. Might be wrong on that. But given that the PM left his child at the pub I don't think there will be any follow up on that.

Seamus Coogan
12-11-2013, 12:23 AM
I don't disagree with you Seamus that it was neglectful of the McCann's to leave their children alone in the rooms while they ate at the restaurant with their friends. If my memory recalls correctly some of the other people also had their children alone in their rooms too. Might be wrong on that. But given that the PM left his child at the pub I don't think there will be any follow up on that.

Lol very funny that last one. PS The Whistler/Rosaleen is a bit of a nut.

David Guyatt
12-11-2013, 08:25 AM
As parents, they've paid an unimaginably heavy price for any charges of neglect that might be levelled at them.

There are no perfect parents. You learn on the job as you go. Errors and mistakes of judgement are inherent in the process.

Seamus Coogan
12-11-2013, 02:57 PM
As parents, they've paid an unimaginably heavy price for any charges of neglect that might be levelled at them.

There are no perfect parents. You learn on the job as you go. Errors and mistakes of judgement are inherent in the process.

Sadly, I think they are guilty of more than neglect Dave.

Dawn Meredith
01-14-2014, 03:04 PM
As parents, they've paid an unimaginably heavy price for any charges of neglect that might be levelled at them.

There are no perfect parents. You learn on the job as you go. Errors and mistakes of judgement are inherent in the process.

I agree with David. It is all too easy to jump on the parents. And they made a horrible lapse in judgement leaving their children.
But I have seen no evidence to convict them. I tool have followed this case and all I see is bad judgement. And a lifetime of grief for such
a lapse in parental responsibility. Children are not even safe in their own homes these days. I think many of us believe it's a sex ring.

Dawn

David Guyatt
01-14-2014, 05:54 PM
As parents, they've paid an unimaginably heavy price for any charges of neglect that might be levelled at them.

There are no perfect parents. You learn on the job as you go. Errors and mistakes of judgement are inherent in the process.

I agree with David. It is all too easy to jump on the parents. And they made a horrible lapse in judgement leaving their children.
But I have seen no evidence to convict them. I tool have followed this case and all I see is bad judgement. And a lifetime of grief for such
a lapse in parental responsibility. Children are not even safe in their own homes these days. I think many of us believe it's a sex ring.

Dawn

I'm quite convinced she was kidnapped and sold to a sex ring.

According to reports in the sat couple of days, Scotland Yard officers are in Portugal as we speak and are getting ready to arrest three criminals who they claim were responsible for the abduction. We'll see. These days "Inspector Knacker" of the Yard is just as likely to be covering up sex rings by paedos because many Plod are themselves paedos - if the Elm House gay/paedo brothel story and now publicly available "visitor names" are to be believed?