McCanns: Gospel according to John

1. Only irresponsible parents would try to claim that it was safe to leave 3 children under 4 years of age unsupervised whilst the parents went out drinking with their friends.

2. Only parents with a secret to cover up would claim that there had been a break-in, when the truth is that there was no break-in.

3. Only parents who knew that Madeleine was not out there, would stay in whilst others were outside searching for her and leaving no stone unturned.

4. Only parents who knew what happened to Madeleine would complain that the police were not doing anything, when in fact the police and PJ were conducting an investigation into a missing child report, and conducted a search of the immediate area. It follows that the parents sought the police to follow a false trail. They may have found this frustrating, but the parents would have been under suspicion from the start of the investigation until they could be eliminated. They haven’t been.

5. The police investigation was effectively hampered when Clarence Mitchell tipped off the McCanns that they were being monitored by the PJ.

6. Metodo3 is being paid £50,000 per month to lay false trails away from the McCanns door.

7. The McCanns are innocent of all charges until it is proved that they are guilty.

8. The majority of the public believe that the McCanns are guilty of something, even if it is just child neglect.

9. Madeleine is missing.

10. The neglect is a red herring to bury the fact that the McCanns know exactly what happened to Madeleine. When Gerry McCann was aghast at the irony of the same sentence for neglect as manslaughter, he could not contain himself. But once the ball was rolling the McCanns decided to roll with it. It can only roll downhill. It follows that they are not on high moral ground.


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3 Responses to “McCanns: Gospel according to John”

  1. T. H. Says:

    All of your claims are unfounded and it does no one any good to go down this road, least of all Madeleine McCann. You point a finger at her parents, but fail to recognize that Madeleine did not get a fair shake from any one. If you are hell bent on holding someone accountable, look at the Portuguese police. At least there is clear evidence of negligence on their part. Why not channel your energies into helping families stay together and have healthy relationships. The McCanns made a mistake and, yes, they should have known better; but we all make mistakes and sometimes a horrific price is to be paid. I don’t know if you have children, but I do and I know there is no tragedy worse than losing a child. If you must quote scripture, look for the multitude of passages that tell us to forgive and to love. Where is your forgiveness?

  2. John Hirst Says:

    Oh my God, a McCann supporter! “All of your claims are unfounded”. Not true. Yes I point a finger at the McCanns, because they deserve nothing less than being pointed out for their conduct. Not true, I recognise that Madeleine did not get a fair shake from her parents. I think the Portuguese are doing a fine job given the interference by the McCanns. The neglect was down to the McCanns leaving 3 children under 4 years of age unsupervised. It was the McCanns themselves who chose not to stick together as a family. Dumping the kids in a creche all day, and leaving them Home Alone most of the night whilst the parents went out binge drinking with their friends. The McCanns biggest mistake was thinking that they could fool everybody into believing their lying accounts. I might get around to forgiveness once they have faced justice in a court of law.

  3. Matt Says:

    I am a little tired of the debate over the McCanns’ neglect. Even the McCanns’ supporters appear to accept that their attitude to childcare left a lot to be desired.

    What does annoy me is the McCanns’ total failure to acknowledge that what they did was terribly wrong and selfish. Had they, in the early days, expressed genuine remorse and guilt, people might not have been so hard on them. Unfortunately, they showed no genuine regret and instead chose to insult our intelligence by making ridiculous claims that their behaviour was akin to dining in one’s back garden.

    I have no idea if the McCanns played any part in Madeleine’s disappearance, but their behaviour over the last year has almost beggared belief at times.

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