Thursday, 31 January 2008

Another news site preparing to ban Madeleine’s case

A second British tabloid is planning to limit or even forbidden discussions about Madeleine McCann disappearance on its site. The possibility, discussed during several meetings with editors, PR’s and marketing staff, is still on the table, but strong reactions against it took the newspaper to decide to wait for further developments in the investigation. The Mirror banned all discussions about Madeleine McCann from its site, last week, and deleted all posts related with the case.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well Paulo
From respected journalist to biased hate stirrer .....I hope you are proud of yourself.......would you sit back and see your family called vile names and henious allegations made about them without protesting .....freedom of speech the Mirror forum went beyond that .
Imagine the story was about a minority group and the comments posted were not deleted ....we would see burning of flags and images.....only whose image would we burn Madeleines.....Kate and Gerry ...or Kates parents....have a heart man stand back and look how biased you have become and can I say you caught on to media tricks ....pity you didnt use it for a good cause.....never mind if you have come down on the right side of the fence ...in years to come you can pat yourself on the back whilst counting your HARD earned money.Off the back of a defensless "missing" child .
Oh and Madeleine is not the first child to go "missing" without a trace in your country is she....Rene Hasee 1996 German walking on the beach with parents....never found a trace of again .
Justice for casa pia......I know you wont publish this I am so disappointed by you a good journalist bought off by sensatialisim.

guerra said...

Anonymous 21.18 you are showing your ignorance. I live in Canada and I have watched this tragedy made into a fiasco. I have seen my country of birth dragged through the mud by the British Press. For fear of loosing their jobs, British journalists have abandoned investigative journalism and have adopted an editorial line that has been given to them from above, I leave it to you to determine whom. They have published outright lies and appealed to the racist, xenophobic part of British society and they have curtailed free speech. I am sickened how these parents have valued their names and reputation above the dignity of their daughter. I am also sickened by people who criticize anybody that publish a different perspective than what is being disseminated by the British Press, especially those who attack the messenger and of course finish off their rant with “Poor Madeleine” when in fact like the parents they really don’t give a damn. You mention Casa Pia, but you do not mention Operation Ore, which by the way is connected to Casa Pia. Tony Blair quickly went out of his way in 2003 to silence the press and stifle Operation Ore because it would implicate members of his own government in a Paedophile ring. You then bring up a case of a child that went missing in Portugal without a trace. I challenge you to name a Country where such a tragedy has not occurred. When I go to a store here in Canada, I see pictures of missing children plastered on message boards, some have been missing for so long that the images are computer generated representations of what the child may now look like.
Anonymous 21.18 take a look http://www.davidicke.com/content/view/6445/48/

Anonymous said...

Anonymous at 21:18- Could you please state one reason why you personally think the parents of Madeleine McCann are worthy of respect? They are the ones that broke the law and abandoned helpless Maddie and her poor little siblings. Respect is something that people earn and it also something that people lose. IMO, the McCanns are not respectable parents. I feel tremendous sorrow for Maddie and her poor siblings, it is an outrage that they haven't been placed in a secure home pending the outcome of the horrifying investigation into the parents as the prime suspects in the demise of poor helpless, defenceless Maddie. Needless to say, I care about neglected and abused children. Their welfare far outweighs any adult's need to attend a social event. With so many healthy and charitable options available to the parents, it is an outrage of the greatest magnitude that this little one was abandoned and exposed to any danger. I have no sympathy for them at all. And as parents, they are the worst I have ever come across.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 21:18:

Gerry, is that you?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 21:18:

Not too busy on the HTFM front, are we? Shouldn't you be distributing bogus photofits in Morocco...?

Outono said...

Agora só vai dar sinal de presença 8 dias depois?
Abraço

Anonymous said...

Annonymous 21:18 is only interested in fairy tale stories about witches, bad wolves and "rare stranger abductors" told by buffons entitled to "inside information" from "all the queen's men"! Poor Humpty-Dumpty!