“I am not a pro Mccann.
I have my doubts like the majority.
But, the way things have been described here it sounds like and Gerry and Kate are two monsters.
If their daughter died, how did she die???
And what parents would be so cold hearted to NOT to depair with their daughter's death, being them guilty of leaving them alone or not.
For sure they did not kill their daughter. Accidents happen,
Why would they create such a circus in amidst so much pain they must have felt if their little daughter really died?
I cannot beliveve that she died and they were so cold to plan it all. I am sorry.
The thought is too horrendous.”
Thank you for your comment. Although I do disagree with its content, and will try to rebate it, one can see it’s heartfelt and so worth all of my respect.
You base your opinion solely on your judgment of human nature, as, according to you, no human being can be as inhuman as we here portray the McCanns.
But, what IF all the questions you raise all have the answers you fear to hear?
That they could be so cold hearted to NOT despair with their daughter's death; that they created such a circus in amidst so much pain they SHOULD, not must, have felt if their little daughter really died and that they were so cold to plan it all.
Then, you do agree with me, they would be exactly the monsters we here portray them to be, and, yes, you’re absolutely right, the thought IS too horrendous.
Now, imagine how horrendous it is for us who believe them to be the monsters you don’t imagine them to be…
But, yes, I did write “if”, so to be coherent I must also argue in favor of the contrary, that the McCanns are what you think them to be: innocent.
That would then make me one of the cruelest, inhumane creatures on this planet, to vilify two people who must be experiencing the worst possible pain a human being could be subjected to: lose a child to a molester and suffer the pain of being dubbed monsters by people like myself.
So, as far as I can see we are before one of two scenarios: either they are horrible indescribable monsters or I am. No other option.
The judgment of who is who, I leave it up to you.
I ask you to read, for there is much to be read, and make the call yourself. You’ll see that one side is based on “it cannot be”, “it’s impossible”, “nobody would be able to”, “it’s a monstrous campaign”, or such. All nothing but emotional judgments and opinions. Stereotyping human nature upon a couple who happen to be fairly handsome and supposedly educated.
The other, mine, is based on information. Known to be truthful. And on disinformation, contradiction and blatant and obvious lies.
Just read Ironside's posts and all are assumptions, but all based on reason and logic of what is known and written.
Not one word of persecution, but many of criticism against those that merit them: the McCanns, in the broadest sense of the surname.
I ask you straightforward one simple question. Imagine YOUR child went on vacation with the Tapas lot. It was your child that disappeared that evening. What would be your attitude and opinion if forensic dogs had barked at the car, clothes and places where and with whom your child was last seen with?
I could ask you many others questions.
Many others have already been asked and you’ve read them, and still, at least you say so, you have doubts. I have certainties.
However, your doubts are the doubts of “the majority”, per your own words. If you pinpoint your own doubts you’ll easily come to the conclusion that the only reason that this “majority” won’t see the McCanns as the monsters they really are, is just because they refuse to see them as monsters.
Before 2007, I didn’t know the McCanns existed.
Before 2008 I have no memory of a banned book in democratic UK.
No, it hasn’t hampered any investigation, because none was being undertaken. Private investigators don’t count when matters are as serious as yourself state them to be.
And albeit the “damned” book, the “sightings” just kept on rolling in… to the point of making Madeleine a ridiculous cartoon character, with no protest from the parents.
You are the first person to have honestly, candidly, politely and in an educated manner questioned my opinion.
You have my respect, and I do hope I’ve answered you adequately and appropriately.
Do have a good day.