Wednesday, 14 November 2007

All Roger Knapman threads deleted from Mirror's Forum

All the threads discussing the letter sent on behalf of Roger Knapman, a British member of European Parliament, to a constituent that raised several questions concerning Madeleine's case, in the Mirror's Forum, have been deleted "by Admin at the highest level and we have been asked to remove any threads that re-post copies of the Emails or discuss them in any detail", according to a post from the moderators of Mirror's Forum: "Moderators can't give you any more information about why this action was taken as we don't know at this stage."

Mr. Roger Knapman aknowledged, in a letter sent on his behalf, that “British police and intelligence services have long had a better grip on the facts” concerning Madeleine McCann disappearance “than the Portuguese police”. Asked to comment the content of the letter, send on his behalf by his assistant, Piers Merchant, Mr. Roger Kapman told Sky News: "It sounds fair enough. Piers has very carefully investigated this matter and responded on my behalf."

3 comments:

anonym said...

As far as i understand from the tv show about madeleine, it suggested Paulo Reis being freelance,
thereby his own man.
If some individual has somehow posted a grim story about the potugeese police, then they cant tell mr. Reis not to show this awfull truth that comes out from the English media.

Just like the English papers has been making a smear campaign on Almaral, in a way to find a scape goat. Then its totally all right with me, if Reis shows the true statements made out of this propanda english press,

Anonymous said...

It surprises me that a message board should choose to delete all references to the letter sent by Piers Merchant on behalf of Roger Chapman MEP when Sky News has just today reported on and quoted from that letter (see http://news.sky.com/skynews/article/0,,91210-1292675,00.html). According to Sky, its contents have even been endorsed by Roger Chapman MEP. The existence of the letter and the contents of that letter are very much in the public domain - I don't understand how The Mirror can possibly consider it out of bounds for discussion! Is there something we weren't supposed to know? Is there something the "corrupt" Portuguese police were not supposed to know?

Anonymous said...

The British press seem to be attempting to brainwash the British people, we need the press of other countries to help us out.
Please help us