6 Dec 2007

ROTLEY WILL NEVER BE THE SAME THANKS TO YOU TWO, SAYS MARK MANNINGTON OF ROTHLEY

From K and G 's neck of the woods
Published: Wednesday December 5,2007 by mamajean
I agree, how come they have been very obstructive. How come this whole sorry tale is littered with innuendo, lie and deceit. At the end of the day the poor little girl is missing, but you dont leave a 3 year old babysitting her younger brother and sister. Why not just answer the questions. 85 percent of the British People believe that they are lying about events on May 3rd, or before if you believe some reports. Why does the 'lady from Rothley' keep having her videos taken off You Tube, who paid for the holiday? How come these two had the might of the British Government behind them, is there something we should know. And such bad tast that Gerry should go to Scotland and attend a Media Seminar when most of the British Holiday makers were looking for his daughter, ditto, visit the Pope and visit to Washington and Spain. The crass ignorance beggars belief. Come on Kate and Gerry, Uncle John, Philomena, give us an insight into just how this could happen. Lets hope this sorry story comes to an end one way or another, I have my doubts that it will, and how sad at this time of year. And all along, Ben Needhams Mother keeps such a dignified silence, helped by hardly anyone, and all the other parents of missing children the world over, children that didnt get neglected whilst their parents glugged wine and played a pub quiz. Rothley will never be the same, thanks to you two. Dont blame the Police, dont blame anyone but yourselves. How you could even attempt to sue the Porto Police beggars belief, and for Negligence..........are you two stupid or what? If you hadnt neglected your kids, this would never have happened. Like your mum said on Panarama Kate,.........i just dont understand it. Mark Mannington, Rothley



THANKS SO MUCH FOR FINDING THIS LOCAL VIEW FOR US MAMAJEAN - I WONDER IF THEY STILL LIKE TO JOG AROUND THE VILLAGE!

1 comment:

felicity said...

but see also the named locals welcoming them back in September.


Rev Chandler said: "We want to get on with selling yellow ribbons (£1 each) to raise more money for the fund.

I am sure he could exchange views with Fr Panchecho in Portugal.....about the kindness and sincerity of Kate and Gerry McCann. ,,,,




http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,,2165815,00.html