28 January 2010

McCanns trying to 'move forward' at dinner party - Video


12 May 2007, Praia da Luz, Algarve, Portugal


27 January 2010, London, UK.

And a few starlet pictures....



Gerry McCann, Martin Houghton-Brown, Chief Executive of Missing People organisation, Kate McCann and Francis Herbert, Secretary General, of Missing Children Europe


Ken Loach


Peter Bowls


Lord David Steele


Gloria Hunniford


Fiona Phillips


The McCanns









93 comments:

  1. McCann looks starstruck.

    I want the whole list so that I can begin my boycotting of their products, their services and their time.

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  2. If image consultants chose that outfit and those shoes, Kate, I suggest you ask for your money back.

    You look like a scally who's got dressed in Lost Property at King's Cross.

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  3. Seems more like another damp squib.

    Definitely not star spangled if that was the best they can come up with.

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  4. They look as though they've lost a tenner and found ten pence. No 'A'list celebs turned up did they? What a surprise NOT. They're finished in the UK.

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  5. Sick, sick, sick people. Kate looks so grateful to be standing next to the guy from the charity.

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  6. Remember, this is actually a celebration for the McCanns. 1000 days and they have not yet been caught.

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  7. They just realized this dinner wasn't a hit like they expected! Less money, boo :-L

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  8. The speccy chaps with the McCanns are from the Missing Children organisations.

    We need to find out who funds these Missing Children orgs. Is it Oracle who market the super-expensive "alarm" networks of the type the McCanns were promoting in Europe not so long ago?

    Here's one indication of a connection -

    http://gr.missingkids.com/missingkids/servlet/PageServlet?LanguageCountry=en_GR&PageId=2865

    And maybe we need to find out if Oracle or Missing Children orgs are funding any hospitality for UK based police type organisations. Presumably that can be found out through FOI requests.

    It's definitely a tangled web - that's for sure.

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  9. Sad irony:

    Two psychotic mothers, two daughters with sun hats, two villas, two cars with blood trails...

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2827806/1000-days-of-agony-for-parents-of-Maddie-McCann.html

    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2828134/Mum-Fiona-Donnison-confesses-Ive-killed-my-children-Harry-Elise.html

    Beata, Germany

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  10. Kate is still working on her acting for her role as a grief-stricken mother. But I've got to say she didn't pass the audition.
    Judy

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  11. where were all the stars then,all i have seen are hasbeens,what a digracefull pair the mccanns are and it seems so are all the hasbeens who attended as well to actually go alone with this charade.

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  12. "...at another milestone PARTY..."

    says it all.

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  13. Doesn't look as though the party went as they had hoped.
    Stress is taking its toll.
    Soon they wont be able do differenciate the truth from the lies.
    The sooner they confess the better for all concerned.

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  14. I had a dread this morning of seeing this as 'Headline News'...I am glad to see at last that the Press are thinking about Madeleine and not her parents.

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  15. The smiles on the faces of Gloria Hunniford and Fiona Phillips were proof, if proof was needed, that this bash was about enjoying themselves, not about a child missing for 1000 days.

    David Steele being invited also tells me that these McCanns are not child lovers. Wasn't it his abortion bill that gave the green light to the slaughter of untold numbers of innocent unborn babies. Says it all really! You are known by your friends!

    It will be interesting to see who else attended! We didn't see the tapas pals, but if they did go they were probably continuing with their routine of keeping their heads down.

    Gerry's latest comment that they well remember the first few days after Madeleine was 'taken', watching the clock and counting every hour. Maybe if they had looked for their daughter instead they may have felt less useless.

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  16. Would you let those two guys standing beside Kate & Gerry babysit your kids?

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  17. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1246271/Helen-Mirren-looks-stunning-64-shows-svelte-figure-The-Last-Station-premiere.html

    These two women are not unalike ..body weight ..looks..hair style..

    Age Helen Mirren 64 years....Kate McCann 41 years...

    The faces of two women...Helen Mirren ..in her face you see a happy contented woman..

    Kate McCann..The face of a woman who is hiding a very dark secret.

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  18. Having glanced at all the daily newspapers online, I haven't found one that mentions last night's celebrity bash, not even their loyal supporting scumbags like The Sun and The Mirror. So maybe their attempt at getting on the front pages again has come unstuck.

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  19. No 9 I was struck by the similarities of the Maddie case an the one you mention. The children were found in sports bags in the boot of the car- the house they lived in looks just like Rothley towers and the picture of the little girl in a sun hat is heartbreaking. The mother is also not 'working class' so the Press will afford her sympathy, not make mince meat of her as they usually do. If she wasn't a manager living in a £500,000 house then they would have called her an evil scumbag by now. Still, a very tragic case and once again the beautiful children pay the price. At least she admitted it and did not go down the 'abduction' line.....

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  20. Do those has been celebs realise they were celebrating the r*** and b****** of a young girl, at least 1000 times ?
    Did the McCanns expain that to them once they were there ?

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  21. Gerry looks all puffed up with self importance as the cameras flash in his smug face. After all, this is what he always wanted, except that he doesn't realise that they can only gather Z level celebs. It's all about damage control now for those two.

    Pia

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  22. Jack Dee is a bit of a sheep isn't he... you only have to look at his sitcom to realise it was stolen from Larry David's "curb your enthusiasm" - maybe he was there getting "new material"

    as for the others... they all ought to be ashamed of themselves for not doing their homework before lending their names to a "cause"

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  23. "remember those families who are left behind when a child goes missing"

    DID I HEAR THAT CORRECTLY?????

    didn't he mean "remember those children who are left behind when the parents go missing"

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  24. well gerry and kate ,you didnt quite make it did you,you will never be celebs,all people will remember you by is the way you neglected your 3 year old child madeleine and her brother and sister on that holiday where you according to kate were so in to your friends and sod the kids,you disgusting pair and that goes for the tapas creeps to

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  25. i see the mccanns are wearing the wristbands only brought out when trying to make money for THIER fund (thats exactly what the madeleine fund is now) we wont see the wristbands any more untill the 3rd may.

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  26. Anon 23 - Well spotted!!

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  27. I still think photographs may appear in a celebrity magazine. Perhaps a large donation to the fund will be sought for the privilege of using the celebrity's pictures.

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  28. What a load of bollocks, they're the victims again 'left behind' not poor Madeleine, also just shows you can't buy class, she just can't get away from cardigans can she. Well you can take the girl out of Liverpool but you can't take Liverpool out of the girl. These creeps really make my skin crawl.
    Liz

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  29. Very interesting that the article published by Daily Mail (online version) is in the Femail Today column dedicad to celebrities' gossip.
    Right place?

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  30. Why did Martin Houghton-Brown call her Maddie? In front of her parents who supposedly never used this nickname???

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  31. None of the hasbeens whom we so far know turned up yesterday count as "celebrities" according to Hello Magazine's list of celebrities

    http://www.hellomagazine.com/profiles/

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  32. I noticed in the shots of the McCanns arriving that they both were dressed in Funereal Black,appropriate in the circumstances.Are they now attempting to indicate that they are in mourning ? If so, is it not a little late or is this their idea of subtlty ? A celebration disguised as a commemoration-------thats about the size of this fiasco. Meanwhile,somewhere in Portugal (probably )a small child lies in an unmarked and unknown grave,rest well Madeleine! I could weep.

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  33. Very disappointing to see man of Ken Loach's integrity there.
    Perhaps his brain cells are dying at a faster rate than they should be as he heads towards his mid seventies.

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  34. Anon 30. I was just going to post the same, then I read your post.
    I'v seen a video where the Mccanns ridiculed Goncalo Amaral for the book title 'Maddie the Truth of the Lie. They sneered 'We never called her Maddie. Poor Madeleine.

    Maria, Netherlands

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  35. Gerry Mccann looks like a puffed up peacock. Who would have thought this was some sort of reference to his child been missing for 1000 days. He looks like he's just won an award. He really does enjoy the limelight doesn't he.

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  36. anon 33: I too was shocked to see this man here. I have always admired him for being thorough about the truth in his films and for not letting anyone stop him getting the real story out to the public, i.e. 'The WInd that Shakes the Barley'. Alas, he has been sucked in. Shame.

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  37. It's not Ken's fault really, it has more to do with the fact of his daughter, Emma. She directed one of the 3 McCanns documentaries- the one produced by Mentorn media, and even the poem that was auctioned last night was Emma's doing. The story is from the Telegraph here http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/madeleinemccann/7081337/Madeleine-McCann-Simon-Armitages-poem-to-mark-1000-days-since-disappearance.html

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  38. And Where oh where , where Richard Branson and JK Rowling ? Hiding in shame perhaps . Now if Paul McCartney had turned up we would have cause for concern . Nobody of any importance showed their faces thank God .

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  39. The McCanns in their almighty selfishness forgot the importance of yesterday's day for the whole World, particularly for Europe - Holocaust Memorial Day, that's why they probably didn't have the full back up of previous people who supported them at certain points in time.

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  40. I think the whole thing was to detract from Lisbon and KH appearing in court. Has anyone seen anything about Halligan? I am sure they are also trying to fill the coffers for when they have to pay theirs and Sr Amarals legal fees and any compensation they will have to pay him.
    Joana you are right, but then they have been selfish from day one. Thats how they ended up losing one of their kids. Poor child. What fate awaits the others God only knows.
    Liz

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  41. Gloria Hunniford seems to have brought along a couple of spare hands

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  42. Ooooh, anon. #15...
    Such devout catholics(cough,cough)rubbing shoulders with an abortionist?!What will the Pope think?...

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  43. Si je résume ce que j'ai pu lire ça et là,apparemment la soirée pleine de stars n'a pas brillé au firmament . Très peu d'échos ou pas du tout dans les journaux, aucune photo des vedettes annoncées ( Branson, Kennedy, Rowling). Soit elles n'étaient pas là et leur absence marque vraiment le début de la fin pour les McCann, soit elles n'ont pas voulu se faire photographier à leur côtés pour ne pas se compromettre et cette dérobade est aussi significative, soit il y a une exclusivité des photos pour un magazine qui aurait payé une fortune pour les avoir. Etrange, même dans cette dernière hypothèse car la meilleure stratégie serait de donner en pâture au public de leurs fans, immédiatement, des images pour crédibiliser l'annonce tapageuse de la soirée "stars studded".
    Juste quelques vieux chevaux de retour flashés en excès de lenteur à la montée des escaliers. Que des vedettes on vous dit : un lord égaré,un présentateur télé à la Arthur, une journaliste empâtée, copine de Kate, deux raides représentants de charités avec un air con passé et toujours les mêmes K&G . Lui arborant une cravate rose pâle , elle une robe moirée noire avec fleurs blanches et gros ruban vert, très british mauvais chic, mauvais genre.
    Attitude et propos toujours aussi peu naturels, forcés, mal à l'aise, sourire rappelant le célèbre rictus du cheval des Branquignols.
    A PDL 20 personnes à la messe. Il n'y avait probablement pas assez d'argent pour payer plus de figurants.
    Deux ou trois lanternes expulsées de force dans les cieux,à la place des mille promises, mauvais temps oblige. Que de chinoiseries pour en arriver à ce flop de ballon dégonflé.
    Mais il y a eu l'effet d'annonce et ce ce qui semble seul importer maintenant aux McCann qui se défendent lorsqu'on les approche de trop près par des jets d'encre en première page des journaux. Les Mccann ou la stratégie du calamar.

    Voltaire

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  44. Totally agree poster 6 ,It WAS a celebration/pi$$ up ,to celebrate 1000 days and still walking free ,how gross ?

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  45. Joana - In case you don't know there IS something relevant in the Loach family background.

    Emma Loach was with her five year old brother I believe when he was killed in a tragic traffic accident. The parents were not there.

    So, one can see how this case - with its resonances of guilt and attempts to evade guilt - must be like a magnet for the Loach family, even if no one was really to blame for that horrible accident that must have affected the family deeply.

    Emma Loach has also admitted to leaving her v. young children unattended in hotels on holiday.

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  46. ANON 40,totally agree ,smoke and mirrors,Halligen must not be in the news and our preoccupation with the sideshow is,iam convinced,most welcome. Two more charities to add to the list which is headed by NSPCC,the latter are CEOP partners and missed out on a £450 donation froma funeral collection that went instead to charity which supplies equipment to help save premature babies instead-every little helps

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  47. 39, Joana, please don't compare the Holocaust with the McCanns tragedy.

    Their life and their lack of money are much and much worse than any jewish life or any jewish death.
    Don't even think of writing such a comment again.

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  48. hmmmmmm a party to celebrate 1000 days of getting away with a crime

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  49. how many other parents of missing children hold parties to celebrate?

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  50. By the look on their faces, I feel that they didnt really want to be there. They really cant say no to these events now or people may become suspicious of them!

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  51. A load of vomit today on the Chaos Raptors blog

    http://www.chaosraptors.com/portal/

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  52. Odd, not quite the star studded event we expcted, so is this because they have sold the pictures to 'Hello' or 'OK' - how do we get a list of those who attended?

    I can't beleive they have lost so much support that they couldnt get enough 'luvvies' to attend this, even though it was a 'dubious celebration'.

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  53. Although they are apparently invited, no comments have been published on the Daily Mail site ...

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  54. Well how is this going to help find their child alive? After all this publicity who would dare say they know where the child is being hidden.

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  55. She looks like a crap. This green belt and this ... shoes!! But gerry's so proud of himself! slicker you are. don't you understand! you are not the winner. you are losers!

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  56. Looks like they had to get the party going before the conference in Nottingham was held.

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  57. Nigel!-(6) HOW WRIGHT YOU ARE! NEXT PARTY WILL BE TO THANK ALL THEIR SUPPORTERS WHO HELPED THEM TO AVOID THE JAIL.

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  58. I could not help thinking when I heard about the finding of two dead children in 2 holdalls in the back of a car, and Gerry McCann and a sports bag and Madeleine and the back of a car...

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  59. ....and where were the tapasniks to support their Friends?

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  60. Anoynymous at 28 Leave Liverpool alone we all don't wear cardi's you know Just lay off Girls here are very fashionable they shop in PJ.s and rollers in their hair just like Coleen Rooney so lay off.

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  61. Hi JHL @56. the mother in the case also wrote that her child was beautiful.

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  62. Did they bring some merchandising to sell at the end of the meal?

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  63. Something is wrong here, where are all the news reports about the nationwide events?

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  64. Puffed Up Peacock...haha! Just sit back and take note of Distraught Daddy Gerry McCann's manner and tone. Distraught and Desperately Seeking Daughter? Nope. Everything about him says "I'm Untouchable. Catch Me IF You Can."

    Lead Actor.

    Mister Mastermind??

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  65. Ironside - I can see your thinking regarding Hewitt,and it would solve so many problems for everyone involved, however I cannot get past the thought that you are implying that Hewitt would want to do something advantageous in his last days for his family. Perhaps I am being very harsh or I just do not know enough of about the subject, but Hewitt is a convicted paedophile who may have committed more serious crimes that he was not charged with. OMO. So does he have a sense of wanting to care and look after his own children in the normal way?

    Would Hewitt if he is a reformed character, want to take this wrap for a load of dosh so that his children perhaps could have a better life? I am unsure of their ages but would he think it better to leave them with money but a devastating legacy of being the one who murdered Madeleine McCann which will be in the papers for years to come?

    Also something to think about is, would they really need his permission to set him up? These PI's we have seen hired and people like Halligen, they do not seem to be fine upstanding characters in my book anyway, and so I think they could set him up upon his death with not that much expense, and it certainly would not be spent on his family. We have seen many innocent people trampled in the last few years. They have no problem destroying an honest policeman and his family and practically misaligned a whole country in their protestations of the McCanns' innocence, so I don't see them being very reserved when it would come to setting up an (ex?) paedophile or his wife and chldren.

    I do not know how smart Mr Hewitt is, but was he not already ill with his cancer when the PI's demanded to see him? So would he have had the time and clarity of mind to make arrangements that would either clear him, or as you have suggested take the money and blame?

    This daft situation with Edgar and a lair Outside PdL has gone on just a little bit too long now, so perhaps Hewitt was supposed to die a few months back. I would say most people have been indoctrinated into thinking DNA is always the litmus test on whether there is guilt or not. If there was a full DNA match found near or on Madeleine's poor body when found which matched Hewitt, then the GBP would say 'game,set and match'. Then your scenario of films, books etc a la Ed Smart would happen and that makes me feel extremely nauseous.

    Edgar and Crowley (where is he?) made that whole big fuss about getting a DNA sample from Hewitt, but looking at old files thanks to someone on Maddie files whose name escapes me but I will try to find it later, his DNA must already be on file.

    I do hope we are wrong in our suspicions Ironside, but there does seem to be a lot of merit in your suggestions. I just hope we are both really wrong in our fears.

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  66. Jailhouelawyer

    The obvious way of transporting a child would be in a large bag.

    So what did happen to Gerry's missing large blue bag that according to Brunt disappeared the same time as Madeleine?

    Failing that, a nice covered buggy would conceal whatever was inside from prying eyes. Hopefully, of course!

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  67. Since I'm not familiar with all the guests who attended I looked some of them up on the internet. So far all the ladies have been blonde or blondish and seem to be a similar type looks-wise. Did any ladies with dark hair get invited and photographed?

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  68. I still think the secret of whatever happened to Madeleine is being kept within a very limited number of people, three, four, at the most.

    Maybe only two really know.

    How could it be many more, knowing that people are liable to let loose their tongue, especially when they have had one too many.

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  69. You absolutely have to read Paulo Reis' "The Devil's Favourite Sin" over at Gazeta Digital. Not very spur of the moment (spontaneous) to me, this suggestion of an event to raise awareness, but more carefully thought-out, part of a strategy. But who would be thinking that far ahead, with such clarity, of anything that wasn't completely focused on finding one's daughter and her abductor in what was no more than one month after her "abduction"?

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  70. The Mccanns to host a fund raising celebrity evening with expected attendance around 300 high profile guests?

    Fiona Phillips - a low key GMTV presenter with political connections.
    Lord David Steel - Scottish origin with strong political connections.
    Messrs Martin Howard Brown and Francis Herbert - representatives from charities expecting to receive a percentage of monies raised.
    Gloria Hunniford - Irish origin.
    Peter Bowles - longstanding british actor, otherwise an enigma.
    Ken Loach - strong political connections.

    In my calculation, that amounts to 7 z-list celebrities - so where is the rest of the rich and famous reported to have been supporting this event? the other 293!

    'The thunder roared the lightning flashed and all the world was shaking - the little pig cocked up his tail and ran to save his bacon'

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  71. SB nice one, but Fi Ph isnt on GMTV any more, just the oil of ugly adverts! love the poem, how apt.
    Liz

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  72. the venue is sure to have been quite empty inside - emulating the McCann's physiology... an empty space devoid of any feelings

    just when i think they've scraped the barrel - they manage to outdo themselves & delve further into the chasm of bad taste

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  73. anon @ 15.48: I watched the news tonight and heard that she called her my beautiful daughter. It did remind me of the McCanns.

    anon @ 17.28: I recall some journalists at the time having difficulty coming to terms with how easy it would have been to move Madeleine from the apartment.

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  74. Did Kate auction off that wretched dress?

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  75. I wish I would have Mr&Mrs Mccann's address to send them a few lines :

    "You have mentionned you wanted to move forward, what a superb idea. That is what you should do really from now on, and forget for example all those carnival detectives and what they have to say to the gutter press, ready to publish every single piece of nonsense as long as it concerns maddy.
    Do not forget you have been very lucky for more than 2 years and a half to escape at least a child neglect injonction ; I am really sorry for your loss but as an innocent person (like so many thousands) my only weakness was to believe in your story for a few months...
    Please, Please, Mr&Mrs Mccann just keep a low profile from now on."

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  76. poster 70 ..if she had would you have bought a ticket? i sure as hell would not !! and her coat ? what was that all about ? the smug"Catch us if you can" smirks on their faces was sickening

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  77. Was Clarence there? Gordon Brown? Tony Blair? The wife maybe...no? Charles, The Mother no? Ok! Peter O'Toole? Anthony Hopkins? Famous writers: David Lodge? Was not there? Oh! Tom Sharpe? And from America: Oprah? No? And now the 1 million dollars questions: Did they invite the Smiths?

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  78. I cant get over how pathetic this 'event' was! Surely they had more celebs than this little huddle of nobodies?

    dont get me wrong, I think its fantastic that they had so little support, but its sad for the kids. It annoyed me that the missing children guy seemed to think it was 'the people left behind' e had to remember and think about. In the case of the McCanns they CAUSED the situation they are in - whatever happened they were entirely culpable, Madeleines current position was entirely avoidable.

    They and their supporters need to accept that....they will never escape the fact - the more they try to deny it.

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  79. Consumed by grief following the death of her daughter four years ago, Gloria Hunniford has written a guidebook for the bereaved.

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  80. Jailhouselawyer at 69

    So what happened to the photo of Gerry going along to the beach with a suitcase and spade a couple of days after Madeleine went missing?

    Appears to have vanished like so many other things.

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  81. Jailhouselawyer

    Any ideas how we can get news of the Halligen case?

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  82. Information about the case against Halligen from the FBI website:

    http://washingtondc.fbi.gov/dojpressrel/pressrel09/wfo111209b.htm

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  83. @77
    This evening, I put this thread in The Scum online:

    "Subject: What happened to Kevin Halligen In Court on 27th January?

    The fraudster Kevin Halligen was due in Court yesterday 27th January.
    There is nothing about the outcome nor about him in any newspaper. Is there AGAIN a super injonction censoring the reporting of news?
    If this thread is deleted, I'll have the answer"

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  84. If only we knew which court Halligen will appear in. They would give information.

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  85. I holidayed in praia dona ana a few years ago. Praia Dona Ana is the next beach along from Praia da Luz. I stayed at Hotel Golfinho. I noted that the part of the beach near Hotel Golfinho had lots of nooks, crannies, promontories and small caves. Ideal for burying items away from prying eyes.

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  86. Wow this is surreal... I feel as if I've stumbled into a Salvidor Dali painting.

    Trismegistus

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  87. A lot of whores and comic singers.

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  88. Were any of the Tapas 7 there, or Nicky Campbell, or JK Rowling, or Branson? What a strange event, where the people who were invited either didn't turn up or felt they had to skulk in and out so as not to be seen mixing with these future convicts.

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  89. What is it with those heart locket earrings Kate seems to wear ALL the time? The only time I've noticed her wear a different pair was with Fiona Payne at the court in Lisbon. Fiona appeared to be wearing the heart lockets and Kate a green drop pair. A petty observation I know....

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  90. And nobody from Madeleine close family. No any of the Granny's. No ANT PHILL. They know already the truth and don't want to be connected with more crimes.

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  91. I am a great admirer of Ken Loach but can only conclude he hasn't done the ususal amount of meticulous research on the McC's story. On a seprate note, I'm was pleased to see Blacksmithbureau blog on "10001 Arabian Nights" followed a posting I had put on before I saw this -" Make it 10001 Lanterns."

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  92. Post 84- I think Halligen was due to appear at Westminster Magistrates Court?

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  93. So... has planning started for the 2,000th day anniversary then? Because, I bet it will...

    The McCanns disgust me. I don't believe a word they have said ever. They are neglectful, pampered individuals. I wish the press in the UK would do it's job. If it did, everybody in the UK would be able to see right through the McCanns. I don't know how any right-thinking individual can support them, ever.

    My love to all in Portugal. I do hope we get justice for that little girl one day. So very, very sad.

    William, England.

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