29 January 2010

Sardine Muncher Productions presents: The Amaral Awards



...and a preview of «The Good, The Bad and the Will it Ever End»




119 comments:

  1. FABULOSO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. I have never seen better.

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  3. ehehe é genial!!! Bravo Mr. Sardine Muncher Producer.

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  4. Dame Judy Dench was very impressed...lol

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  5. Well done and thank you for sharing them.

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  6. In a statement, the McCanns said: "We remember the first few days after Madeleine was taken, watching the clock and counting every hour. Now we've reached 1,000 days.

    xxxxx

    It would be nice to do another Joana and for us to compare this 1000 day speech with the Mccanns and what they did when asked if they searched...I do not remember Kate saying she watched the clock...I remember kate saying' We did but we were incredibly busy with the campaign'...A campaign worded in such a way that the McCanns would profit and live from this legally for the rest of their life.

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  7. What a hoot - something good to wake up to this morning, thanks Joana. Absolutely loved `the Oscars` :))

    Louise

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  8. I can't wait to see who takes home the award for: Best Fiction by a Journalist.

    guerra

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  9. Fantastic! Glad to the see the silent Tapas 7 included too.

    Every time I see the photo of that lot outside the Court it makes my blood curdle!

    As for the McCanns, they certainly do deserve an Oscar for being able to fool so many people even after so many discrepancies and obvious porkies in their statements,

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  10. Brilliant!

    Ironside 12
    watching the money roll in and counting every pound is more like it, they have never got off their backsides to actually look for their child. No they expect all of us to do that for them and fund the "search" too - have they put a penny into finding Madeleine?

    They must be damn fine actors because they do not look to me like the parents of a child who has been missing nearly three years.

    I would like Kate to tell how she knows Madeleine would not have wandered off.

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  11. You guys leave me speechless! Great, just great!
    Congratulations from another sardine muncher, or rather "red herrings" muncher (I live in Finland).

    You are making wonders! Wish you all well.

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  12. Excellent! Merci beaucoup aux réalisateurs.

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  13. hahaha...super work. Is it up on youtube yet?

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  14. Priceless, he he ...
    Thank you

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  15. LOL! LOL! With profund wording at the end of the 1000 day awards video! I bet they wish those Stars were at their Dinner with the Stars, instead of the hasbeens and cling-ons that did attend their tasteless do!

    I laughed so much I sounded like Mutley!

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  16. From here in the UK, THANK YOU best video Ive ever seen!!!

    They must have been told control your selves tonight and try and remember no happy smily smily faces and Gerry dont suck on that lemon befor you have your picture taken, lol!.

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  17. Fantastic and yes its on you tube

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  18. Well done people, that's why there is a crack, a crack in everything, that's how the light of God gets in and lets us see the Truth! That's why intelligence was given to us: thinking with your own head.

    Don't let yourself go in fairly tales: specially those that hurt small kids like leaving them alone in the night, in the dark, crying and screaming for daddy FOR MORE THAN AN HOUR!

    Truth is a gift, only some have the power to see. Whatever the future bring us don't let yourself be disappointed, life is a challenge. Face it.

    Alexandra

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  19. Can't stop laughing. So funny.

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  20. Brilliant, just what i needed to kick start my day, i can't stop chuckling now. Bravo!!!!
    Liz

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  21. I have been to Portugal, and ate their local food, which included sardines.

    Q-What is the diffence between the McCanns and a sardine?

    A-You can eat sardines, and they are good for you.

    McCanns are good for nothing money making negligent parents, and make you sick!

    Englishman

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  22. Brilliant! I am still laughing, has cheered me up on a dull English day LOL! XX

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  23. To Joana,The videos are excellent ! I've watched them 5 times to make certain that I have'nt missed anything. We are ALL "Sardine Munchers" now where-ever we come from ! Truth and Justice must prevail. So in the language of my people "Go raibh mile maith agat" or "Thank you very much" ! ------What about a sequel after February 10th.? Perhaps entitled "Revenge of the Sardine Munchers". That would really annoy the McLiars would'nt it ?

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  24. Tony Blair at Chilcot inquiry live on bbc - second part http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/politics/8486631.stm follow also on twitter http://twitter.com/#search?q=blair #blair or #iraqinquiry

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  25. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1246958/Tony-Blair-Iraq-inquiry-Former-PM-refuses-face-public-sneaks-early.html

    Coward Blair sneaks in through back door.

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  26. Bravo!!! Wonderful stuff.
    I'm thinking of getting a T Shirt printed with that Sardine on it.
    Cheered me up no end ,that has.

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  27. Party Bash- did we miss Kevin Halligen's D notice on the same day?

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  28. http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2830210/Killer-mum-Elise-Donnison-gave-kids-her-sedative.html

    Beata, Germany

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  29. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1246925/Court-gagging-order-soccer-stars-secret-affair.html

    The newspaper gagging in Britain continues.
    If you have the money you can suppress what you don't want people to read.
    Dangerous times.

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  30. Thank you for the work of this blog
    Its helping to lift the British fog
    Many think we have the right
    Not to listen to the pink gobshite

    Kate and Gerry keep singing their song
    You can't prove we did anything wrong
    Getting a body from the flat
    Can anyone prove we did that!

    There are other accusations too
    So the first thing to do is sue
    Maddie is alive out there
    We even asked the Pope for a prayer

    But if we can't prove Amaral a liar
    Then Gerry's nuts are really in the fire
    So we continue to pretend to care
    And leave Maddie in her lair

    Please believe she can be found
    Once we have your very last pound
    So, gullible people where's your heart
    We need your money so we can start




    Fantastic videos, still laughing!

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  31. Joana - you might find this article by Tim Crooks in The Telegraph today, of interest. "How the Supreme Court will affect private lives in the public interest" - a war over media law.

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  32. Simon Armitage's poem may have drawn unwelcome attention to M's coloboma, which the MCanns seem to want to play down these days.

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  33. Great videos. Should have had a very ugly category ie Pinky.


    Blair should be at the Hague for war crimes. I hope his crimes and all the deaths he is responsible for haunt him for the rest of his miserable life.

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  34. That photo of Murat, in the police files, I think it's a "arguido"(suspect) picture, you know, one of those taken by the police to suspects, front, right-side, left-side, holding a "number plate"...are there any like those of the McCanns in the files? They were made "arguidos" too, so they must exist, but I do not remember seeing any...why? Where they also "spared" of that "humiliation"?...but not Murat! Well,ok, afterall he is half-sardine-muncher, isn't he? No kid glove treatment for him, huh?...

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  35. Thank you for the good giggle! Much needed these days.

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  36. You lot who make this blog possible, are fantastic you are a real thorn in the Maccanns side. In the UK we were all kept in the dark by the media regarding the Maccann's then along came you lot. Please God Maddie will get justice and Mr Amaral and you all can take the credit that's due. Thank you for all your hard work and guess what you lot introduced cut and paste into my life could'nt do it before now I am an expert.

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  37. These videos are taking us down to nutty pro-Mccann level, however funny some people find them.

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  38. That poem was appalling, sentimental and badly written.

    There is a little girl in the States who is missing under tragically similar circumstances to Madeleine and remains missing, but her parents are poor, underage and lived in a trailer/caravan, so guess what? No glitzy celebrity dinners in her honour, no fund, no poems. No one has yet been sued. Her parents should have joined Common Purpose first.

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  39. I can't get into blacksmithbureau today, to read about the bash. Any ideas how to access?

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  40. 47, an.,

    why don't you write a better poem yourself?

    The article on The Telegraph is very well written and there is a good comment about Britain being a Police State.

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  41. http://www.the-news.net/cgi-bin/article.pl?id=1046-55

    for Joana to look at - it's dated tomorrow and talks about Saturday morning!

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  42. Further to my last post-have found Blacksmith bureau easily accessed from your site Joana. Thanks, but wonder why I can't access it by google search?

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  43. Wanted- Information on Kevin Halligen, due in Westminster Magistrates Court on 27th for extradition proceedings. " Melanie Cumberland, acting for the UK government told the court (in November 2009)that she was not aware of any proceedings arising from that matter(referring to the money allegedly taken from the McCann fund). But the court did hear that Halligen claims that he had been forced to move from his UK address as a result of the arrangement with the McCanns."
    What "arrangement precisely?

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  44. This is for sure an efficient appeal to help Haitian people. It must have also warmed GA's heart.
    The swallowed up tiny sardin vs the vomited big red herring is fabulous.

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  45. You all remember the movie "The Producers", I had the same reaction the audience did in the theater when Hitler came out singing. My mouth dropped and then I started to laugh and laugh and laugh.
    Thank you for making my day.

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  46. Verdadeiramente inspirado Joana e, claro, diz (quase) tudo.
    Embora suscite dúvidas sobre a identidade do verdadeiro Sardine Muncher português: não era o Embaixador Santana Carlos (ou todos nós, como dizia aquele impagável Tony Parsons há uns anos??)
    Quanto às sardinhas, na Luz os ingleses sempre preferiram a cavala (ao tamboril)- que é peixe mais barato... Portanto, serão também sardine munchers ??
    Por mim, deixei muitos amigo(a)s ingleses lá por baixo - principalmente no «O Poço». Todos residentes (excepto um que casou, e foi para Barcelona, porque o Ocean Club despediu gente - tal como antes o Jardim das Dunas, em Lagos, fizera o mesmo.
    BW

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  47. Very humorous videos. Posters on here are very talented. How RIMP comes up with so many good poems is amazing.

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  48. Tks Joana, very inspiring. It looks as if Katie is ready to become a member of the Harry Potter Saga, just add on some
    carnival clothes, and it is just in time for their next farce in court .
    Jamar

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  49. Post 52...I have searched and left messsages everywhere I cannot find a thing on Halligen...The Mccanns seem to make arrangements...remember the Quiz mistress...'I would tell you more but do not want to break the agreement I have made with Mrs Mccann.

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  50. I am proud to say that I am a sardine muncher. I just adore sardines on toast, the sardines have to be in oil not the tomto sauce ones as I dislike tomato sauce. I must make myself a T-shirt with a sardine munching logo. I am a Scot BTW but plan on a visit to beautiful Portugal for the first time this year. Sun, sea sand an sardines - beautiful.

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  51. :)) Two very good shots! Brilliant stuff! No doubt the author is a sardine muncher - sardines are a brain food par excellence.
    The fact that the Mc's & Cia. do not eat sardines might explain the lack of imagination of their arguments.

    All that is needed now is for RIPM to come up with a definitive rap version on the case to post on YouTube. Anyone to provide the music? Background vocals by Eddie and Keela ...

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  52. Quote on Super injunctions

    Mr Davies, a member of the Culture, Media and Sport select committee, which is shortly to publish a report on privacy law, added: ‘The whole situation with injunctions has gone way too far.
    ‘A free Press should be the corner stone of a free country and a free society and I am disturbed that injunctions are being granted willy-nilly to the wealthy and powerful


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1247085/John-Terry-High-Court-lifts-gagging-order-England-captains-secret-affair-team-mates-girlfriend.html#ixzz0e1AXRkug

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  53. Anonymous 52, very interesting information, "forced to move from his UK address as a result of the arrangement he had with the McCanns." Such an arrangement implies that some illicit act took place.

    So did Halligen appear in court or not? If he did then why the silence by the British media?

    guerra

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  54. Great videos 'hit the nail on the head'.
    Thank you from Holland.

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  55. sorry Joana it's clearly last Saturday - but still dated tomorrow! Interesting that PDL has so much going for it logistically if you're planning a crime

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  56. This is very funny, Joana.

    And I feel so sorry for Murat. I believed he was the guilty one till the McCanns started the fund.
    My sister from Lisbon called me about her concerns about a "suffering innocent young man", Murat,also telling me that at the University where she used to teach, nobody believed the McCanns anymore.This was still in May 2007, I think.
    And that before the McCanns left to the Pope,on a privet plane, there was a rehearsal at the airport, the parents saying goodbye to the twins.
    Some Portuguese tv channel broadcasted the rehearsal and then the definitive pictures.
    That is why they got the Amaral Award.

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  57. Absolutely brilliant - as well as getting the award for the worst dress - both McCanns should get awards for Best Actor and Best Actress - they continue to give best "performances" of grieving parents.

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  58. BW @ 55

    Você tem razão. O Sardine Muncher original é na realidade o Embaixador Santana Carlos. Só que ao atingir o Embaixador, essa caricatura do Tony Parsons agrediu-nos a tods nós, Portugueses.

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  59. Anon 52

    Thanks for that info re Halligen.

    What on earth does that mean and why aren't the media all over it?

    Could it be the McCanns have forced him to move back to US on threat of bringing legal action in UK if he doesn't (with a continuation of the very bad media portrayal of him that the press has already been fed), but really it is just a way of keeping him quiet? It was like a media lynch mob after him, and who was feeding them!!

    If you remember it was Halligen who had said he was going to sue the McCanns because they had broken the contract to pay over the money they were meant to give him.

    A while back it sounded like Metado 3 had also been going to sue the McCanns, because they said the McCanns had not been telling the truth about the amount of money paid to them.

    Are the McCanns not really paying out as much money to these so called investigators as they are claiming?

    If Halligen is back in the US he might be seen to be out of harms way.

    If only a journalist could get on to this story.

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  60. Hello everyone, these are very interesting news.

    John Terry gagging order lifted by High Court

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/8488232.stm

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  61. excellent Blacksmith blog about the statements

    "Heading for Rothley"

    http://blacksmithbureau.blogspot.com/

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  62. Here is a witness statement that heard Madeleine was missing at 21:30 already - Barend Weijdom

    http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/PJ/BAREND_WEIJDOM.htm

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  63. Here is a witness satement - the executive chef - Arlindo Parelego - of the Tapas - he heard that a child was missing at 21:20 already

    http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/PJ/ARLINDO-PELEGA.htm

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  64. Here is a witness statement - Stephen Carpenter - that they left the Tapas between 21:15 and 21:30 (you have to search for these words as they are written out in one of the long passages)

    http://www.gerrymccannsblogs.co.uk/PJ/STEPHEN-CARPENTER.htm

    "My wife mentioned on the following day that she vaguely remembered someone calling “Madeleine, Madeleine”, this was after we had crossed the road from the MW reception and before entering our apartment"

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  65. Anon 47

    A bit confused,are we?
    Look I beleive you have a good heart therefore I would encourage you to transmit your concerns about this little girl who has disappeared and whose parents are poor (I do NOT doubt it) to the mccanns and suggest they give some cash to this poor family to help them I am sure they will good advisors.
    Alternatively you can set up a fund for them.Only be careful with a fund especially when so many stones are left unturned and dogs bark widely at "planted death smells"...
    I also suggest you tell them you think they are rather strange but interesting similarities in the disappearances ,the first one being the States being near by Portugal: they will love it and hopefully we could have a Dave"s Pinkish Spin by next week.
    What about that? We need action after the big party which went rather flat for what I heard.
    Good luck!
    Ciao,Nena que te vaya bien todo,he?

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  66. Is John Terry also a client of Carter Ruck?

    If so, it seems they are seriously pissing off the judges now as well. Good good......

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  67. Fernis @ 71, that picture of John Terry on the BBC news item you quote, he could be the long lost twin of our man Gerry. Something about the snarly mouth......

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  68. Post 52..If you try any form of tax evasion here in Spain you go to prison...and thats a fact...no second chance...After this circus with the Mccanns the books will have been looked at very closely.
    However, their Web page is now very impressive and they seem to have alot more to offer...they mention nothing of searching for missing children...only Fraud...of which they claim to be experts.

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  69. Old Trismegistus has been sitting at work all day wondering what these videos were that everyone is shouting about. (I don't watch videos at work, although I do, occasionally, read blogs.)

    Finally home and had a look - priceless. Nice work!

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  70. I have been away on a job. Will someone please tell me who attended the 'Celebratory Party'. Thanks From the USA

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  71. Excellent! :D

    I hope it's on youtube!

    Fantastic work!

    :D

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  72. whoops! just realised it IS on youtube!

    Well done to you.

    Totoally amazing! :D

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  73. What about Halligen in court?

    What about G Mccann at CEOP?

    What about Brandson, Rawling and Kennedy(glass) in the party?

    Somebody knows?

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  74. Kevin Halligen, according to the FBI press statement back in November http://washingtondc.fbi.gov/dojpressrel/pressrel09/wfo111209b.htm was indicted by the US attorney office of Columbia district [Trafigura and other frauds], no press release was published yet http://www.justice.gov/usao/dc/Press_Releases/index.html

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  75. 47 maybe you prefer this one full of lies? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zwa3pAPcBHI at least the videos published here appeal for help for Haiti and for the re-opening of Madeleine's case.

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  76. Didn't the judge ask what was the arrangement with the McCanns that had forced Halligen to move?

    I bet Halligen is a very talkative character. I doubt he will be able to be shut up if he has something to say. He will have talked to quite a few people already, no matter what 'arrangement' was made with the McCanns.

    This is sounding a bit like that 'pact' not to talk that Payne mentioned. Although it sounded like Payne had other things to say besides what he said in his statement.

    I hope the UK cops went on to question him further about the other information he had pertaining to Madeleine, and her disappearance that he didn't want put in his statement.

    Has this information yet been sent on to the PJ?

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  77. Joana, thanks for that information about Halligen.

    I hope we get the full story and whether he is pleading 'not guilty'.

    If so, it would be interesting to know what his defence would be.

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  78. Will Mitchell be telling us, via the Sunday papers, how suce$$ful the gala was?

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  79. Great Video....

    Take a good look at the McCanns, they stand so proud, Mr. McCann standing with his chest out and Mrs. McCann holding in the excitement, fame not to mention fortune for parents who failed to put childrens safety above their own enjoyment.

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  80. I live in Holland an I would like to ask a british to tell me what really happened to Dr. David Kelly.
    As far as I know he was depressed and comitted suicide.

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  81. Maybe the PJ should contact Halligen and ask if he has any light to shed on the Madeleine McCann case.

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  82. 93, that is what I hope will happen.
    I hope that somebody will complain that money of the fund disappeared after this somebody had gaven money to it.
    And ask the FBI to investigate it.

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  83. Tony Blair said today he is responsible for the decision he made, sending Britain to attack Irak.

    At least one British who takes responsibiity of things he does.
    Why don't you follow his example, McCanns?

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  84. I am 92,

    I just found a lot about David Kelly on Google.

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  85. http://www.metro.co.uk/news/802734-madeleine-mccann-hunter-remanded

    Halligen arrested on november, District Judge Caroline Tubbs remanded Halligen in custody in his absence, adjourned the case until January 27.

    ???

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  86. http://www.anorak.co.uk/237660/madeleine-mccann/madeleine-mccann-the-fundraiser-in-pictures.html
    interesting comments.

    Time to go to bed, tomorrow my sweet- cute- well cared and protected- beautiful- loved- 2 years old grand daughter visits me with her parents!

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  87. British police fail two more innocent young children

    Father warned his wife was a 'danger' to their two children before they were found dead

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/7097256/Father-warned-his-wife-was-a-danger-to-their-two-children-before-they-were-found-dead.html

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  88. The father of two toddlers allegedly killed by their mother said yesterday that the last words his son said to him were a tearful: 'Daddy, when are you coming home?'

    Does this remind anyone of something ?

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  89. Anon 100 - there was a similar statement made by the biological father of Baby P, that horrible abuse case. His last memory of his son is of him crying to stay with him (the father) rather than having to go off with his mother. This poor little mite was only 18 months old or some such... they really can't communicate at that age, which is why the expectation is that parents will protect them. When they do not - the results are heartbreaking and a manifestation of pure evil.

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  90. Hi poster (100) Yes it does and it was heartbreaking when Kate McCann said she and her husband ignored Madeleine's words and went out yet again. Its just as heartbreaking to hear that the toddler son asked his daddy when he was coming home.

    His mother attempted to take her own life, but she still managed to go to the police and tell them she had killed her children.

    I know she lost a baby, but it was no excuse to kill her two toddlers. She must have had feelings that she wanted to kill them and herself, in the past, so why didn't she telephone her husband and ask him to take the children. Or tell her doctor she was having these feelings.

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  91. 99 - What I don't understand is if the father of these two dear children thought his wife was a danger to them why didn't he take them into HIS care.I understand they were recently separated but surely he could have taken the children with him if he was so concerned for their safely.

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  92. I wonder who the "celebrities" were that attended the McCann party the other evening. "Celebs" usually can't wait to have their pictures taken by anyone. As far as I can tell I only saw has beens and nonentities names mentioned. I wonder if the "celebrities", like Tony Blair, entered through the back door!

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  93. The mother of two toddlers who were found dead in the boot of her car in a holdall is remanded in custody today accused of murder. BBC News. She gave herself up to police and was apparently middle class.

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  94. 105, on the local news they were incredibly sympathetic to her, hardly a word said about the tragic loss of the young lives, more about how sad that she had been driven to the mental state - no doubt had she been dwelling in a council house or a bed sit, they would not have been so sympathetic!

    another 40 year old Mother who had worked in the City in some high powered job - they are having babies too late and the motherly instinct just doesn't seem to be there for some of them. The similarities to Kate McCann, even bizarre elements like car boots and holdall's, are striking.

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  95. 105, I bet she was also invited to the dinner.

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  96. 99 Why are we blaming the police? They cant take the children away of stand guard over them. The father should have taken responsibility for his children. We need to know far more than we do before we blame the executive, parents in the UK shirk their responsibilities, fathers leave at the drop of a hat, not considering the kids, mothers have babies too late...yes, its true the state gives too much money to 'poor' people and doesn't tax the rich enough - leaving those of us in the middle funding everyone. But its still no excuse for these useless parents who put career before family and then try to have their trophy kids too late in life, with the fatal consequences we have seen in the McCann fraud affair and this latest tragedy.

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  97. 98 Anorak is not a place I'd go, be careful with your ID there! Its a known haunt of pro-McCanners (including the 'moderators'!).

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  98. http://wck2.companieshouse.gov.uk/1a8ee9523d5a119fa6c227069f0769de/compdetails

    Blimey! Incorporated 15th of May 2007! They knew they were in for the long haul didn't they!

    How can anyone doubt this is a fraud!

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  99. Anonymous 43, actually I wonder what would be happening if the dictator Saddam Hussein and his family were still in charge...how many deaths and tortures more would have been committed? Lets not forget he used poison as a weapon of mass destruction and we still don't know if he was able to get his poisons and WMD out of the country before the UN took action?

    The majority of Parliament (which is still just about sovereign in the UK) voted to back the war, are you saying all the MP's should be in the Hague?

    The silent majority supported the removal of the dictator, like it or not, we live in a democracy.

    The issue with the McCann's is very different, its not being debated - will never get to a UK court of be discussed honestly in Parliament. So lets agree on discussing the McCann's, but agree to disagree on the removal of a dictatorial regime.

    After all, how many anti-war protestors would like to go live in Iran or would have liked to have lived under Saddam Hussein??! Enjoy the 'luxury' of being allowed to protest!

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  100. No matter the difference between Mrs Matthews and the more affluent mothers social status we do know that the Matthews child is alive,

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  101. The trouble is, a lot of these women are highly manipulative and get them in front of a judge in a custody case and no doubt they will spin a tale so they will be given custody of the kids, because for some crazy reason most judges seem to think the kids will be best off with their mothers.

    Sadly, not always the case.

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  102. 103

    I can imagine that if the husband had taken the children away to make sure they were safe, the thought police would have been on him like a shot and he would have been in the dock! He should though have applied for custody, but maybe it was too early days.

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  103. Poster 111 - would you like to live in Iraq nowadays? You don't speak for the Iraqi people. Yes, Saddam was a horrible person but is life any better for the Iraqi people now?

    Tony Blair and his cohorts have condemned a generation of Iraqi people and foreign soldiers and their families to a life of hell because he 'believed' it was 'right'. You obviously believe it was right.

    Why don't you try to live in Iraq yourself as you seem to know how the Iraqi people are benefitting so much from this wonderful invasion, spearheaded by Blair and Bush. Tell us how Iraqi people have benefitted

    By the way, I'm Southernbelle. Who are you?

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  104. The inquiry to Tony Blair means nothing, was organized by his friends to clear him! Wait and see.

    The global society trend is living good lies covered by truth. That's why is so hard to accept Gonçalo Amaral theory "the truth of the lie". Is not popular and out of time. That's how it goes, every body knows. We have to work harder.

    Alexandra

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  105. Posted this to my facebook !!

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  106. post 117

    I have also posted on facebook xxx

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  107. excellent videos, in particular the oscars, thankyou.

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