quarta-feira, 4 de agosto de 2010

2ª parte Acção : mcRoger!








http://ww1.rtp.pt/multimedia/



Martin? Hello,Martin!

Look: The homicide squad is now involved.Keisha Abrahams and You: " Like Madeleine McCann, Another Little Girl ..."


http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/kiesha-abrahams-parents-led-away-by-cops/story-e6freuy9-1225901209941

http://blogs.news.sky.com/lifeofcrime/

The parents of a six-year-old girl missing in Australia have been taken to a police station in Sydney for questioning.


Missing Kiesha knew life's harsh cruelty Então,M.Brunt?




Homicide detectives have again questioned the parents of missing Sydney girl Kiesha Abrahams.


Posted by: JoanaM from Lisbon, Portugal on August 4, 2010 3:39 PM
Well Martin, I'm sorry to see that SkyNews/News Corp. editorial agenda hasn't learned anything from the McCann case. I've already watched SkyNews Australia coverage & other newspapers online regarding the mysterious disappearance of Kiesha Abraham - yes, there might be reasons to suspect the parents;- yes, they might be even some similarities to Madeleine's disappearance. Nevertheless using Madeleine McCann, for the umpteenth time, in relation to another tragic child case just for the sake of getting higher ratings or better SEO rankings within/and for British market it's inexcusable; we've already seen how the UK media used Joana Cipriano, Mari-Luz Cortés, Amber Nicklas, Yeremi Vargas, Jaycee Lee Dugard, Shannon Matthews, Jimmy Mizen, Scarlett Keeling, Damilola Taylor, Paulette Gebara, Isabella Nardoni, Rose Pisam, etc. Each one of these children has its own unique identity and should be respected as such. I'm sure less scrupulous UK media hacks will now follow your hint. Joana M.


http://blogs.news.sky.com/lifeofcrime/Post:be350ecb-6f93-4857-86ae-dc6861c1b8b7



Posted by: Johanna9 on August 4, 2010 4:45 PM
I agree insofar with JoanaM that each child deserve it's own unblemished reporting, because to each child the circumstances are their own individual tragedy.

But there are similarities that are immediately noticeable. Only Martin has so far dared to connect the cases. This might prove unhelpful and ludicrous and I doubt the other "media" in the UK will be allowed to follow this line of thought.

"When was the last time this child was seen" is one of the connecting questions.

Posted by: ShuBob on August 4, 2010 3:48 PM
Zandra, thanks for yet another link. It simply is common sense that all avenues will be explored by the police when a child seemingly disappears into thin air. It would appear the McCanns feel they are a special case and above suspicion.

Pffft!




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