posted on Oct, 7 2014 @ 08:52 PM
a reply to: blupblup
I agree with you there, she certainly seemed to know the case quite well.
Looking at the stuff that was said, what she said was pretty mild. On several occasions she chastised others who went to more extremes, and on
occasion made nice comments and complimented the McCann's, all very interesting.
I did read that tweet, personally I think her emotional state must have been pretty erratic,she was thrust into a world she never understood or wanted
to be part of, public spectacle.
This incident only serves to illustrate the same problem the McCann case did in the beginning - the problem is trial by media. Even sweepyface was
guilty of it and became a victim of it.
The likes of sky news ought to be held accountable to some degree, the reporter was doing his job, but his job isn't necessarily ethical and he
probably doesn't care. They've been doing this stuff for years and getting away with it, people are tried and convicted in public, on tv etc
nowadays - people read this tuff anf formulate their opinions...we're doing it now.
In years to come people will become interested in this case and they'll research it, and the stuff they read will sway their opinion...and they might
read this thread - let's say hello to them...hello! How are you?
Yeah, it's been done to death, sorry if I came off as rude or offensive, I'm not normally that objective to be honest.