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Postby Forever Blue » Mon Mar 20, 2017 2:08 pm

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McCann's to be charged with neglect

Hollie Flynn London, Reino Unido

Why did the Portuguese police not charge McCanns for children’s ‘abandonment’ after Maddie disappeared

MADELEINE McCann’s parents were not prosecuted for abandoning their daughter
while they dined near by because of “compassion”, law chiefs have claimed.
Portuguese officials thought Brits had “peculiar customs” where it was “natural
for them to leave the two-year-old twin siblings and the other
three-year-old child alone”.
Kate, 48, and 47-year-old dad Gerry left 3 unattended children in a hotel room while they went off to enjoy a night out






THIS IS NEGLECT
Madeleine, who was three at the time, was left sleeping in the family’s
holiday apartment in the Algarve resort with her younger twin siblings as
her parents went for dinner with friends

It is not natural to leave the two-year-old twin siblings and the other three-year-old child alone in a bedroom for the parents to go
out to socialise with their friends and it is definitely not responsible



A friend of the McCann’s told The Daily Star: “They were well
aware that they could be charged with child neglect"






So why was they not ?
A court would have to show they had wilfully neglected their daughter how could they not prove that ?????
The children legal centre states
"Contrary to popular belief, there is no law or regulation that says that when a child may be left home alone, for how long or at what age. It will depend to largely on the individual child’s maturity and understanding. However, it should be noted that it is a criminal offence if leaving a child at home alone puts him or her at risk"
Leaving a 3 year old unattended with twin two year olds is in no way responsible and the parents acted irresponsible and not in the best interest of these children
The children's legal centre also states
"Parents often wonder about when it is safe to leave a child unsupervised at home. The law does not specify an age when a child can be left at home alone. However, parents will commit an offence if leaving the child at home alone puts him or her at risk.
The Coram Children’s Legal Centre advises that most children under the age of 13 should not be left at home alone. Even a short period of time on their own can be distressing and lonely for a child and most children under 13 years of age would not be able to cope with an emergency."


Please sign this petition to help bring down the McCanns for neglect that has led to the 'disappearance' of Madeleine McCann
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Postby Steve Zodiak » Mon Mar 20, 2017 3:51 pm

Personally I would never have left my children unattended at such a young age, but obviously I don't know the complete circumstances as far as this case is concerned. They paid the ultimate price for leaving her alone, and the loss of a child is a far greater punishment than any court can hand out. Unless it is proven that they had some involvement in what actually happened, I can't see that any purpose would be served in hounding them any more at this time.
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Postby fred keenor » Mon Mar 20, 2017 6:03 pm

Terrible circumstances I know, I wonder what would have happened if they were not Doctors?
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Postby dogfound » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:10 pm

Steve Zodiak wrote:Personally I would never have left my children unattended at such a young age, but obviously I don't know the complete circumstances as far as this case is concerned. They paid the ultimate price for leaving her alone, and the loss of a child is a far greater punishment than any court can hand out. Unless it is proven that they had some involvement in what actually happened, I can't see that any purpose would be served in hounding them any more at this time.



i see your point,but if it were unemployed council house tenants would they still have the twins,or would social services have moved in and deemed them unfit parents?
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Postby Sneggyblubird » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:44 pm

dogfound wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:Personally I would never have left my children unattended at such a young age, but obviously I don't know the complete circumstances as far as this case is concerned. They paid the ultimate price for leaving her alone, and the loss of a child is a far greater punishment than any court can hand out. Unless it is proven that they had some involvement in what actually happened, I can't see that any purpose would be served in hounding them any more at this time.



i see your point,but if it were unemployed council house tenants would they still have the twins,or would social services have moved in and deemed them unfit parents?



And I see yours but does it matter.The great and the do gooders queuing up to heap more misery on a couple that have paid the price already,especially by the class prejudice
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Postby Bakedalasker » Mon Mar 20, 2017 9:49 pm

I was more saddened for the area than the McCanns.

It was a sort of area where the village folk would meet in the village square and you would see all ages there. Picture the old folks taking up the benches and talking to each other. Imagine the middle agers standing in the square with their beers that lasted them all night and talking to each other about trying to work out the meaning of life. Then you have the young teenage girls bunch in their groups walking around the square while the young lads stood their together thinking they are the dogs bollocks. Finally adding to all that you had the kids of the Madelines age walking pass the old folks on the bench, being ignored by the guys with the beers and getting under the legs of the young posers who made sure their little neighbours were ok.

Some of the kids went astray but no one worried as someone would find them and bring them back to safety. The MCcann saga really rocked that culture and perhaps it has never recovered from it.
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Postby dogfound » Tue Mar 21, 2017 1:09 am

Sneggyblubird wrote:
dogfound wrote:
Steve Zodiak wrote:Personally I would never have left my children unattended at such a young age, but obviously I don't know the complete circumstances as far as this case is concerned. They paid the ultimate price for leaving her alone, and the loss of a child is a far greater punishment than any court can hand out. Unless it is proven that they had some involvement in what actually happened, I can't see that any purpose would be served in hounding them any more at this time.



i see your point,but if it were unemployed council house tenants would they still have the twins,or would social services have moved in and deemed them unfit parents?



And I see yours but does it matter.The great and the do gooders queuing up to heap more misery on a couple that have paid the price already,especially by the class prejudice



you dont have to be great or a do gooder to see the wrong here.its not class prejudice its the opposite .
heap more misery? .if that was me id be soul destroyed ,heartboken,wondering what horrors my child went through or might still be going through and feeling remorse to a point where no matter what others said it could never come close to the misery ,guilt , shame and regret id allready be feeling myself
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Postby Jock » Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:16 am

The McCanns should be in jail, scumbag family who even employed a PR expert to "plead" their case. Too many weird things in this case, truth will eventually out.
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