Sunday, 9 September 2007


Without wanting to get into any discussion or speculation on the Madleine McCann case, I just thought it might be worth pointing out (though I'm probably not the first) that what's happened has a lot in common with the case of Azaria Chamberlain.


transfattyacid said...

it does have a lot of similarities if you don't want to get in speculation or discussion about the McCann case.

If you do get into debate about the McCann case you will see that the two cases have no similarity. Not least because the McCann's have not been accused of sharged with anything.

And despite the impression their spin machine is trying to create, the media are entirely supportive of their version of affairs.

Tom said...

I'll get into a debate with your comment certainly.

It has similarities because both investigations initially looked at a third party. In the Chamberlain case a dingo. In the McCann case an abducter.

Both investigations then changed focus to look at the parents.

Both turned on spots of blood inside a car.

Both spots of blood were inconclusive.

As Lindy Chamberlain, a mother falsely accused and then imprisoned for a crime she didn't commit, says on her webpage always keep an open mind.

Fraser said...

Why do people go out of their way to make plainly unsupportable remarks on blogs? Nice bitch slapping Big T. :)