For, Ladies and Gentlemen, the very PEOPLE who have ACTUALLY PLAYED Mind Games To Madeleine's Twin Siblings are no one else but these children's parents themselves.
Ok let me show you, it won't take a long winded monologue that eats half of your day in reading, and I won't facebook you in a desperate call for fame! So, straight to the point:
Card from Madeleine at McCann twins party
In full: The Madeleine McCann investigation They want to give Sean and Amelie, who will be three, as normal a life as possible in the face of the continuing international hunt for Madeleine, who was abducted on holiday in Portugal. Around 30 family, friends and supporters of the McCanns' campaign to find her have been invited to their home in Rothley, Leics.Clarence Mitchell, the McCanns' spokesman, said British police did not believe the couple were involved in her disappearance. He said Leicestershire Police child protection officers viewed the case as a "rare stranger abduction".Related ArticlesNew Madeleine suspect lookalike found 28 Jan 2008
-End of quote in this Telegraph article.
Food for thoughts, eh, but, hang on there is also... the monster game...
FIND THE MADELEINE MONSTER
TRUTH ABOUT THE McCANNS: BY TOP UK CRIME CRACKER
By Daniel Jones, people.co.uk
Maddie's little brother and sister are learning to cope with their devastating loss by playing a game called Find The Monster Who Snatched Her.
And three-year-old twins Sean and Amelie are also playing a vital role in keeping their mum and dad focused, according to top criminologist Ray Wyre.
He told The People last night: "I think having other very young children has given Kate and Gerry the strength to go on.
"It must be hard for them because the twins are now almost the same age as Maddie was when she was taken.
"But they are clearly a bundle of energy and fun.
"They still talk about Madeleine and even bring her into their games."
Wyre went on: "Kate and Gerry told me they were sitting together the other day when the twins rushed into the room screaming and shouting.
"They asked what they were up to and the twins told them they were going to go and find the monster that took Maddie.
"Then they dashed off to play the game."
He added: "Of course, it's a very sad story.
"But it's healthy that Madeleine remains a real presence in their lives."
End of press quote.
- end of page or near end- Note: "top criminologist" Mr Ray Wyre is now deceased.
You would perhaps wonder if grieving parents would actually tolerate in their hearts such games... surely it would only revive painful memories to everyone so what was even the point to print this in the press? Had Mr late Ray Wyre wanted to drop a "little point" he had noticed while , deep-down, analysing the behaviour of these "responsible parents", who were so thoughtful to bring a bouquet of fresh flowers to his wife for dinner and had tucked into her home-made lasagna and banoffee pie? Again, FOOD FOR THOUGHTS.
Is it any wonders - if these young twins in 2008 were really taking the initiative to play the monster game - that such ideas could spring to their minds when they received "birthday cards" from their Sister Madeleine? -oh, and GIFTS of course, see: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/2833105/Birthday-gift-from-Maddie-McCann-for-twins.html#ixzz0eFJ7mkph
You know what? I find all this SICK -and sickening. Apart from an "expert in criminology", who would genuinely be needed of course, I seriously urge an expert in Child Protection to lean on this case asap.