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Madeleine McCann is vanishing from the British Press

Every single story in the Daily Express and in the Daily Star regarding Madeleine McCann has disappeared.

Daily Star

This was the answer given by the Daily Express' online editor, Geoff Marsh:

"Hi xxx, Many thanks for your email. For operational reasons, some articles previously available on express.co.UK have been temporarily removed. I'm afraid I can't go into any more detail. Best wishes, Geoff"

And from the web team of Daily Express:

"Hi xxx

Many thanks for your email - and indeed your continued support as a regular reader.

I assure you, we do value you - and your input.

Daily Express
Due to operational reasons, a number of stories which previously appeared on express.co.uk have been made temporarily unavailable.

Apologies if this causes any inconvenience or disrupts your use of our website.

I'm afraid I can't go into any more detail.

However I would like to emphasise once again that we value your readership - and are grateful for your ongoing support of express.co.uk.

Best wishes

The Web Team"



3 comments:

  1. Our research in the European Union countries has shown that child trafficking is on the rise.
    The newly admitted countries mainly Romania and Bulgaria are selling children.
    Sometimes its done through orphanages, but most of all children are sold by their own mothers.
    The Greeks buy the children through notarization, meaning that Greek men notarize the children falsely as their own.
    This is easily done as there is no DNA test involved.
    In the UK children are taken from their families, to meet the "ministry targets".
    The Local Councils get cash benefits for every single adoption. There are cases where people have left the UK to save their children from the social services.
    The gag order that exists is unconstitutional.
    Although the UK does not have a written constitution, the gag order is illegal in the EU.
    A 71 year old man is in prison for responding to a letter by his 16 year old grandson.
    Please do not be afraid.
    We know this is easier said than done.
    Send us your documents and we will make sure your cases are heard in the European Parliament.
    Lets Unite and let us confront all the EU countries in the European Parliament.
    Thank you
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  2. Madeleine "desaparece" pela segunda vez : sem notícias na imprensa britânica e na de Portugal.
    Ou será apenas um tempo de pausa até a finalização dos resultados das cartas rogatórias?
    De qualquer forma é muito estranho que, depois de toneladas de matérias, em Portugal onde afinal o caso está na Justiça, de repente há um silêncio assustador.

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  3. From Telegraph.uk

    I copy and now I paste:
    "
    Sniffer dog hunts for bodies in Jersey care home
    By Caroline Gammell in Jersey
    Last Updated: 3:15pm GMT 24/02/2008



    Police are hunting for more bodies at a former care home in Jersey where a child's skull was discovered yesterday.

    A sniffer dog, previously used in the search for Madeleine McCann, helped to make the first discovery and is now being used in co-ordination with radar equipment to locate any more remains buried in the building’s foundations.

    Police began searching the island's Youth Hostel, formerly the Haut de la Garenne home, four days ago as part of a investigation into alleged child abuse.

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    The alarm had been raised when three different sources indicated to officers that children reported as runaways between the 1960s and the 1980s might in fact have been killed.

    Following the discovery of the skull, Lenny Harper, Jersey's deputy chief officer, who is in charge of the investigation, acknowledged that detectives "think there is the possibility they may find more remains".

    Tests are currently underway to determine whether the skull belonged to a male or a female and their exact age.

    Since the original investigations, focusing on the alleged abuse of children between 11 and 15, were made public in November, more than 140 potential victims or witnesses have contacted a helpline.

    The inquiry was sparked by a series of convictions for sexual offences involving officers from the island's Sea Cadet Corps.

    Officers then noticed a link with Haut de la Garenne, which started life in 1867 as the Industrial School, for "young people of the lower classes of society and neglected children"

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