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Request to Lorraine Kelly who writes in The Sun

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Request to Lorraine Kelly who writes in The Sun

Post by jean on Sun May 10, 2009 11:54 am

This excellent article by Lorraine Kelly was in the Sun newspaper yesterday. It is called 'Why Must it Take Kate's Tears to Sway Doubters?

MORE than two years have passed since Kate McCann last cuddled her little girl or read her a bedtime story. In that time she and her husband Gerry have been accused of killing their daughter and faced public condemnation for leaving their children alone the night Madeleine disappeared.

They have also been vilified for using publicity stunts to keep Maddie’s name in the headlines.

Those who should have known better have taken cheap shots at these two heartbroken parents and there was even a sort of unseemly glee from certain quarters that the “posh” McCanns somehow got what they deserved.

Part of this was down to the way the McCanns, and especially Kate, managed to hold on to their emotions and didn’t break down in front of the cameras in the days, weeks and months after their daughter’s disappearance.

Missing ... Maddie as she may look now

Kate was branded cold-hearted, when in fact this very private woman was in deep shock and having to force herself not to go completely to pieces as she had two other children to take care of.

She shed an ocean of tears in private and there can’t be a single hour of a single day when she doesn’t think of her missing child.

We can only imagine all her sleepless nights, wracked with grief, guilt and pain and tortured by thoughts of what could have happened to Maddie.


Clearly both Kate and Gerry have suffered the torments of hell, but why is there such a need for us to witness other people’s suffering in order for us to feel that it rings true?

We all know there have been copious amounts of crocodile tears shed by seemingly bereft relatives making TV appeals who have subsequently been found guilty of doing away with the very person they were weeping and wailing about.

Remember vile Karen Matthews, who faked the kidnapping of her daughter Shannon and appeared on national news every night sobbing uncontrollably and begging for her “princess” to be returned.

She was jailed for eight years for her part in planning the kidnap with accomplice Michael Donovan in order to get their greedy hands on £50,000 reward money.

Shannon, then nine, was drugged then tethered by a noose around her neck to a beam in the loft of her abductor’s squalid house for 24 days while the whole country prayed for her safe return.

Kate and Gerry even sent Shannon’s scumbag of a mother a message of sympathy.
Can you imagine how they must have felt when it was exposed as a money-making scam inspired by a TV show and Maddie’s disappearance?

Poor Kate finally did break down on the Oprah Winfrey show this week when she was shown a video of a computer reconstruction of how Maddie might possibly look today at the age of six.

It is a haunting image and brings home just what those who love Maddie have lost during these past two years.

Some experts believe that if the little girl is still alive she might not remember much about her life before her abduction and won’t even recall her real name. This just adds another layer of suffering for her parents.

When fingers were pointing at Kate and Gerry, and the inept Portuguese police even declared them suspects, the focus somehow shifted from the real guilty party, the person who abducted Maddie.

Somewhere out there is a predator who kidnaps children and so far has managed to evade justice — not altogether surprising when you look at the Keystone Kop level of buffoonery and incompetence displayed by the police in Praia da Luz.

Despite their best efforts, the McCanns are no closer to finding their daughter than they were on that night in May 2007, and the trail has now grown so very, very cold.


Hopes lie with trying to identify a mysterious “ugly” man lurking around the resort just before Maddie disappeared. But it could just be yet another false hope.

I have thought often of the McCanns in the past two years, especially if there was a missing child in the headlines.

It would be nothing short of a miracle if they were to be reunited with their daughter and the interview with Oprah and the sighting of this possible abductor must be the last throw of the dice.

It would be the happiest of all happy endings. But the more time that goes by, the less likely this fractured family will ever be whole again.


Tonight I have sent her this email ...........

Thank you Lorraine for writing your article on 9 May titled 'Why must it take
Kate's tears to sway doubters?.

I belong to a forum of like minded people called 'Justice for ALL the McCann
family' and group of them have just published a book called 'The Madeleine
Investigation - Incompetence or Corruption?' Why are Madeleine's abductors
still at large? We ask questions the Portuguese Police MUST answer. This is
published by Authorhouse, 500 Avebury Boulevard, Milton Keynes, Bucks MK9 2BE
Telephone Number 0800 1974150 and is priced £7.99. ALL proceeds go to the Find
Madeleine Fund, apart from a nominal amount for the production.

I wonder whether you could feature this book in your column, because it brings
to light some of the unanswered questions, and highlights some of the
inaccuraces that have occurred elsewhere during the past two years. Our aim is
to help Kate and Gerry to search for their precious little girl in any way that
we can, and hopefully bring her home.

Please help.



Hopefully I may get a result.

Last edited by jean on Sun May 10, 2009 11:59 am; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : spacing)


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Re: Request to Lorraine Kelly who writes in The Sun

Post by vee8 on Sun May 10, 2009 5:37 pm

Well done Jean, good for you!

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Re: Request to Lorraine Kelly who writes in The Sun

Post by Catkins on Mon May 11, 2009 12:23 am

vee8 wrote:Well done Jean, good for you!


Yep good idea Jean.......... flower
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Re: Request to Lorraine Kelly who writes in The Sun

Post by clairesy on Mon May 11, 2009 12:35 am

nice one jean,thats fabulous. clapping
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Re: Request to Lorraine Kelly who writes in The Sun

Post by Tinkerbell43 on Mon May 11, 2009 8:35 am

Good for you Jean, that is brilliant initiative.


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