Leveson Inquiry Part 1 of 3 - Kate and Gerry McCann - November 23rd 2011 (Unedited)
And, in THEIR SELECTED words from the VERY CAREFUL and OBEDIENT BBC, since these broadcast the Show today: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-15860071
Is it only legal that two main participants in an ONGOING investigation should be "giving evidence" regarding a topic, Ethics in the media, which they already have dealt with in the past, anyway?
I won't feed their habit and dependence (and I could even say addiction) to claim against, show up and sue whomever they do not agree with - preferably the people who do not believe their theory of abduction, and show grounds and even facts for it- so I won't waste my time in a full analysis of this laughable performance. However one point that did strike me was when he or she came out with the memory of, freshly coming back from Algarve, they had camera-men from some media houses BANGING AT THEIR WINDOWS, and this TERRIFIED the Twins... What is really terrifying for a Child of that age then is being left on their own in a foreign flat and waking up to see... emptiness, and what else they could have seen, felt, experienced... ALONE, UNATTENDED!
(One could always wonder why in a room that provides the security of their parents in a familiar environment, a knock at the windows would be 'terrifying'... or perhaps it was a case of dining in the back-garden once again? - One can also wonder which account of the truth is the true one in any story we are told.)
Another wow moment was to witness this close correlation between Leveson and McCann. Perks, corner looks, smirks all over... and finally this lovingly protective gesture that Leveson strongly demonstrated, tenderly and firmly, like a mother goose who would extend its wing to show the world that nobody will be allowed to go near its Babies! - see the very end part of the "Show". Nobody is allowed to ask ONE question! Twice it was attempted to be expressed but... I can't even write its content as Mother Goose has proven her abilities to shut anyone who could have a point in criticising younger ones of her own kind.
Ehhhh.... just another one to add to my collection on my Circus At The Comedy Central series. "Madeleine" starts getting used to it. It was THEIR holiday too!