Thursday, 10 January 2008

Interesting analysis of Kate McCann interviews

'There wasn't a shadow of a doubt in my mind she'd been taken”, Kate McCann told The Independent, on August 5th. This is just one of many details from several interviews Kate gave to the Media, in the last months. “Teabag” has a very interesting analysis of what Kate said, in this link. It’s curious to remember that Alex Woolfall, the PR expert that helped the McCann during the first weeks, told The Times, in October, that “he heard no suggestion in the early days that the girl had been snatched. ‘Certainly I did not hear any discussion that this could be a paedophile or an aggravated robbery. All the time I was around it was whether she could have wandered off and had an accident or somebody had actually taken her in, perhaps not with ill-intent.” Who is lying?


Anonymous said...

Very interesting! Teabag's aaproach is completely new to me: I've never thought of it this way, especially because I wasn't very interested in this case in the beginning. I began paying attention to it after I noticed there was an apparent war between the British media and Portugal - I reacted to an article in the Daily Telegraph asking Brittons if they were put off going to Portugal, and I thought it was most xenophobic. I start reading about this case and became astonished by all the contradictions in the parents behaviour and statements. I'm totally convinced they are hidding something, probably to divert attention to the crime they had to confess in order to report that their child was missing: the crime of neglect punished with jail!
I don't believe the McCanns are murderers, I think they are irresponsible and became more and more involved in a cover-up!

jojo said...

This was a really good article...Thanks Paulo!!!

Anonymous said...

Actually, it's not teabag's work, it was written by redsquare and taken from his excellent site: