Justice 4 ALL Madeleine McCann Family
You need to be a member of this forum in order to view its entire contents.
We welcome applications to join the forum from genuine caring compassionate people that wish to support Mr Mrs McCann in their never ending resolve to finding their daughter Madeleine and bringing her back home where she truly belongs.

All applicants are checked out so people with no sense, no moral compass, no rationality and only half a brain cell and even less grip on reality and who are devoid of all logic - need NOT apply!
This also applies to ex-members, who no longer want to be members, yet spend their lives viewing this forum and telling people they no longer want to be members.
This is said without prejudice with no one in particular in mind.

Surge in support for Madeleine case

Go down

Surge in support for Madeleine case

Post by Pedro Silva on Wed Nov 04, 2009 3:05 am

My friends, at Sky News, please, look for this video: "Surge in support for Madeleine case", if someone wants to posted here, please, feel free to do it, here, at this post.

Pedro Silva
Grand Member
Grand Member

Number of posts : 5576
Location : Portugal
Registration date : 2008-10-20

Back to top Go down

Re: Surge in support for Madeleine case

Post by vee8 on Wed Nov 04, 2009 4:50 am


Bid To Find Madeleine Using Social-Networking
4:12pm UK, Tuesday November 03, 2009

Jo Couzens, Sky News Online

Social networkers are being urged to get involved in a new online campaign to find Madeleine McCann by spreading a video appeal around the world.

The missing girl's parents hope the film will eventually reach whoever is close to those responsible for her disappearance and convince them to come forward.

Police have also released new age-enhanced pictures of Madeleine as part of the fresh appeal for information.

And the officers behind the campaign say it will have a serious impact on anyone who may have been involved in the youngster's disappearance.

The 60-second film can be viewed on the website of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (Ceop).

The video is available in seven languages and shows two images of Madeleine based on how she might look today, aged six.

How Madeleine may look now

Jim Gamble from London-based Ceop told Sky News: "We want to emotionally engage people.

"We want them to understand the real emotion, the stickiness of all of this for people so that they link to it and connect with it.

"Then we want this viral message that we have launched on the internet to reach out through the public to one individual.

"To say to the person that's close to the individual who did this: 'We know you're keeping a secret. You've kept that secret for too long.

"Two and a half years on you need to reflect on why you're keeping it. Turn that negative thing into a positive and do the right thing and come forward'."

Image of child heavily tanned as if she had been taken to a warm country

Madeleine's father Gerry told Sky News he and wife Kate have never lost hope they will find their daughter alive, after she went missing in Portugal on May 3, 2007.

He said the news that Jaycee Dugard had been reunited with her parents 18 years after her abduction in America at the age of 11 had given them "a lift".

"There was a change in the general perception of the public who maybe thought that Madeleine would never be found or that she may be dead."

Mr McCann said there has been a surge in people saying that perhaps Madeleine too can be found alive.

The couple said they try to block thoughts of how and where their daughter may be being held.

As they have already failed the McCanns can they be relied on to do the right thing next time?

- Sky's Martin Brunt asks if the Portuguese police can be trusted.
Kate McCann said: "I'm her mum, I think it would be impossible on occasion to not think about how she's being kept."

Mr McCann said the most common question the pair get asked, after how they are, is what people can do to help.

"Today we are asking people, this is a way of helping. Let's rattle the cage of the people who took her. Let's really get that person wrestling with their conscience.

"It's not too late for that person to do the right thing."

Of the new images of how his daughter may look now aged six, Mr McCann said: "That's not how we remember her," adding, "she is not a four-year-old girl anymore."
Grand Member
Grand Member

Number of posts : 3113
Location : suffolk
Registration date : 2008-06-24


Back to top Go down

Back to top

- Similar topics

Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum