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"Não admitiram seja o que for"!

http://frommybigdesk.blogspot.com/2011/12/hey-gerry-theyre-making-up-stories.html



"The text of the Star article belies the headline, but people remember the headline when they forget the rest. 

Somebody was aware of that when the Guardian 'hush,' money headline got whooshed with great alacrity. "






MONDAY, 19 DECEMBER 2011

Hey Gerry! They're making up stories again!


According to the McCanns' evidence to the Leveson enquiry, they were frightened by press photographers following them when they went out in the car with their children.

 I don't know how often that happened, but I guess it could have been quite scary, though in what way they don't say. 

I haven't ever heard the McCanns mentioning how scary it could have been for three children to be left on their own in an unlocked apartment in a foreign country. 

Kate and Gerry have told us that the children were asleep when they left each evening for the all-inclusive wine and nosh at the tapas bar, but small children don't always stay asleep.

 Imagine being two or three years old, waking up in a strange place and calling for mum or dad and nobody comes: now that's scary, I reckon.

Kate and Gerry said rather a lot at the enquiry about how the press had intruded into their lives.

Addressing the Leveson inquiry on media ethics today, Gerry McCann said that he did not believe their phones were hacked, but that newspapers had simply“made up” stories they published about the investigation and the family.
The newspapers 'made up stories.' 

Well, I can think of a few other people, perhaps nine of them, who appear to have made up stories: those statements from the merry band of night-time boozers at the tapas bar have so many holes in them, one could almost think they were made up. 

But, I digress. The newspapers 'made up stories.' Well, somebody should tell Gerry McCann about The Star this Sunday. 

The story they published doesn't seem to have been whooshed like the Guardian's 'hush,' money headline. 

It's still there, as far as I can ascertain, and screams out in its headline that 'Cops rule Maddie abducted.'

 Result from the Met review already? 

The cops have rules that Maddie was abducted, according to The Star. While the rest of us thought we would be waiting for a very long time for a result, the cops told The Star! 

POLICE have finally admitted Madeleine McCann was abducted four years ago.
Admitted? Finally? What, the Portuguese police didn't spend months and a whole loada dosh investigating the case as an abduction, following up leads all over Europe, North Africa, and even on the other side of the Atlantic? So what did the police tell The Star?

Met police spokesman ­Simon Fisher told the Daily Star Sunday the terms ­allowed for "investigating any sort of lead" from ­studying the files.
Now, that doesn't read to me like the police have admitted anything. 

They are "investigating any sort of lead," which may or may not include the abduction scenario. 

No admission of anything there. 

Do you think Gerry has complained to The Star, the PCC or had their legal eagles Carter-Ruck chase up the unnamed journalist? 

The article is still there, but it does rather look like a made up story. One that suits and agenda, methinks. 

So that's OK, like the media attention when Kate and Gerry were happy to have the News of the World publish positive stories or turn up at any event the McCanns honoured with their presence. 

The text of the Star article belies the headline, but people remember the headline when they forget the rest. 

Somebody was aware of that when the Guardian 'hush,' money headline got whooshed with great alacrity. 

What will stick for many people is that the police have decided that Madeleine was abducted, when there has been no such decision. 

But, as Gerry has said, the newspapers do make up stories. 
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