Thursday, 18 June 2009

The usual double standard

A pearly comment from a Pro-McCann, on  

"Anonymous 14:33 - You're not exactly right - unfortunately the FBI and Scotland Yard have also questioned Amaral's competency and they don't seem to think he knew what he was doing - so, nope it's not only the British papers who question his competency. As Amaral is no longer a PJ, he should give up dreaming about questioning the McCanns - he should worry more about himself. Didn't he also refuse to answer questions in court?"

And taken from The Sun:
Retired UK policemen Dave Edgar and Arthur Cowley flew to Germany hoping to speak to Raymond Hewlett, who is said to have been staying an hour's drive from the McCanns' Portuguese holiday flat when the little girl vanished in May 2007.”

Thus it can be deduced, from the McCann point of view, that retired cops ONLY from civilized nations as the UK are allowed to question people suspect of having something to do with Maddie’s disappearance (even if the people to be questioned have NOTHING to do with it), whilst retired cops from Portugal should just give up on their dreams (even if the people to be questioned have ALL to do with it).

The saddest thing about this is that although how much absurd it really is, it couldn’t be more truthful, as reality seems to be proving.

No comments:

Post a Comment

Comments are moderated.

Comments are welcomed, but its reserved the right to delete comments deemed as spam, transparent attempts to get traffic without providing any useful commentary, and any contributions which are offensive or inappropriate for civilized discourse.