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Sniper 2:36 Fri Mar 15
So anyway this mccanns Netflix documentary
Should be interesting. Who’s going to binge watch it tomorrow?

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mashed in maryland 7:05 Sun Mar 24
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I only got through about 4 episodes. Was really quite boring and they people in it are almost insufferable.

Does it mention Sigmund Freud's grandson later on? Cos he was a massive paedo who lived 5 minutes walk away from their resort and also played tennis with them.

Considering this story has been in the public eye for over a decade it's surprising how little known this fact is.

Feed Me Chicken 6:41 Sun Mar 24
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It’s kinda been forgotten that Kate washed Madeleines favourite cuddly toy aswell.

I know you can’t sentence her to life for that but it’s just not the sort of thing a mother would do is it.

Nurse Ratched 2:36 Sun Mar 24
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At one point in the documentary they were discussing the initial chaos in the flat after the reported her missing and the police arrived. The talking head from the police said Kate kept going over to the twins as they slept (they slept throughout the noise and chaos) and was regularly checking their BREATHING.

I'm amazed the McCanns let them keep that in.

charlie paynter 2:30 Sun Mar 24
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Nurse, I agree it was glossed over, especially as it was an 8-hour long documentary! It clearly had an agenda and there was plenty of stuff it didn't address.

I just still can't escape the gut feeling that the McCann's are lying. It's there in the body language and behaviour, especially of Gerry. And that's before we even get into the inconsistencies of their stories etc.

There was nothing new in this programme to change that for me.

Nurse Ratched 12:28 Sat Mar 23
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Just noticed Charlie's comment (no sleep and a hangover)

Charlie, I didn't realise they were alluding to THAT interview. She had more than one.

If you're right, and the '48 Questions' interview was mentioned in the doc, why was it only mentioned almost on passing? No attempt to explore the reasons why she refused to cooperate. It was glossed over. Even more evidence this was a whitewash.

charlie paynter 7:36 Fri Mar 22
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Nurse Ratched 8:12 Thu Mar 21

I'm pretty sure that was in the doc. They said she refused to answer over 40 questions while muttering 'bloody tosser' under her breath.

Takashi Miike 8:19 Thu Mar 21
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like I said before, eight hours of whitewash bollocks

Nurse Ratched 8:12 Thu Mar 21
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No mention of the fact that Kate refused to answer those 48 questions put to her by the police.

If you're making a genuinely impartial documentary, how can you possibly leave that out? It's one of the main things people talk about.

ChillTheKeel 8:09 Thu Mar 21
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PROPER PRO MCCUNTS

They only showed the sniffer dogs in order to dismiss them as nothing more than....dogs :(

Nurse Ratched 8:03 Thu Mar 21
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In the documentary they didn't interview the mother. We are to take it on trust that it happened.

They were busy building the paedo abduction-to-order narrative at the time.

This was a pro-McCann documentary.

cholo 7:59 Thu Mar 21
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Brucie

Haven't seen it. Any info on why it's taken twelve years for this to come out?

Brucies_Star_Prize 6:59 Thu Mar 21
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The Netflix documentary supports the paedophile ring hypothesis. I have no idea as to the reliability of the reports of suspicious men knocking on doors in Praia da Luz collecting for phantom orphanages in the weeks before the incident, but it is noteworthy.

Specifically the story of the man who was staring at a 3 year old girl, and was then discovered in the apartment the next day. If that is true, and I'm not aware of any reason to believe otherwise, then it would indicate there were malicious men, potentially with a paedophilic inclination, operating in the area.

cholo 6:44 Thu Mar 21
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Brucie


That's the problem, there is no hypothesis, plausible or otherwise, it (the podcast) doesn't even accuse the McCanns.

The other problem is, there's no plausible hypothesis that supports abduction by a paedophile ring either (that I know of, I'm willing to be put straight) . I suppose that's what makes it such an absorbing mystery.

Fivetide 6:35 Thu Mar 21
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I'm the sort of person that knows it is empirically far, far more likely that a close family member or friend committed a crime then covered it up, than a complete stranger. By a huuuuge degree.

But i'm mainly the sort of person who would write the opposite of someone with a classic deferential viewpoint. They are white, middle-class doctors surrounded by dodgy foreigners, how could you possible suspect them! ha.

andyd12345 5:04 Thu Mar 21
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Fivetide- are you the sort of bloke that secretly believes the world is flat and that elvis is still alive as well?

Fivetide 4:59 Thu Mar 21
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Gave her way too much sedative so that they could neglect docile children and get wasted with their decidedly ropey friends. Disposed of the body and then used the deferential opinion of Brits towards white professional types to get away with it and blame it on foreigners. Should have been grilled remorslessly as the main and only suspects for last 12 years. Eventually they'll have had enough time and public money to pay off some vulnerable hopeless brownish person who wants to help their own family, and plant it all on a willing and convincing patsy. Maybe.

Eerie Descent 4:46 Thu Mar 21
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It's called Madddie, mate, listening on Spotify.

I'm not saying I'm 100% convinced of their guilt, but to me, they should be FULLY investigated, as there are too many inconsistencies in their version of events, and too many unanswered questions. I think the opposite to you now after what I've listened to, I think the chances of abduction are far less given the timelines of events.

Brucies_Star_Prize 4:39 Thu Mar 21
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Eerie Descent 4:33 Thu Mar 21
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Which Podcast? I started listening to a couple but neither particularly persuasive.

If this one provides a remotely plausible hypothesis then I'm all ears.

Eerie Descent 4:33 Thu Mar 21
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Andy12345, and anyone else convinced of their 'innocence', have you listened to the Podcast that has recently come out?

If so, and you're still as convinced, you're weirder than them.

Jim79 1:29 Thu Mar 21
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works both ways though Whitester as both Stephen Lawrence and Damilola Taylor received much more news and media coverage than children who are white who have suffered similar circumstances.

Whitester. 12:33 Thu Mar 21
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If the Mcanns were Black or Asian no one would care.

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