Sunday, July 15, 2012

Down The Telegraph's Memory Hole

Update below

Three pages from the Daily Telegraph, appear to have vanished without trace.

Odd that.

And I did, to no avail, try a direct search of the Telegraph's Website. Even odder

Links were posted here.

I shall be more than prepared to remove this post, if it me that is in error.

A tweet from researcher extraordinaire Win @Winnower1 -

Telegraph articles whooshed- 2 verifiable: / / Last one effectively wiped from net

I can't even find the last one in Proquest or elibrary. Still looking. Good censorship effort


Anonymous said...

Abducted by their German father.

Catherine Meyer

"Kate McCann is the same. As long as I was fighting, I was passing on the message to my children that I hadn't abandoned them." And did they get it? "They never found out. But they can now if they Google."

They can now if they Google!


"Everyone discusses money before they get married," she says, "but if you're marrying someone from a different nationality you need at least to think about what might happen to your children if you split up."

"Everyone discusses money before they get married ..."


Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Cherie Blair steps down as a patron of Lady Meyer's charity

"There is no comment I wish to make about this". The former prime minister’s wife chose not to speak out in defence of Pact when...

Full article at the Telegraph


We cannot find the page you are looking for.


Himself said...

Your link Maren?

Next post on its way.

JillyCL said...

There are a number of articles that mention Caatherine Meyer in The Maddie Case Files news archive but I don't know how many are relvant to the discussion:-







Himself said...

Thank you Jilly, I just need to take a small break and I shall peruse them shortly.

Again thank you.

Himself said...

"Everyone discusses money before they get married ..."

Maybe they do, if money is your god.

Anonymous said...

May 17, 1999

"You've forced the press to write lies," Constantin told her in February. "We don't want to see you."

Well, they can Google now can't they.

Himself said...

May 17, 1999

There's no way I'm going to wade through that lot.

Thank you all the same.

Anonymous said...

Catherine Meyer

Kate McCann is the same. As long as I was fighting, I was passing on the message to my children that I hadn't abandoned them. And did they get it? They never found out. But they can now if they Google.

They can now if they google.


The twins and the Internet.

Gerry McCann:

they start to access the Internet and google themselves and their parents and Madeleine .....

21 juni 2011


Gerry McCann:

We’re looking at new strategies .....

we are in a digital age .....

a whole new generation coming through of kids .....


10 August 2007

Gerry McCann: I think it's something tangible that could benefit other people and give a renewed interest to other missing kids in a medium that younger people use, tens of millions of people use YouTube. There are over 229 videos of Madeleine on it already and that's interesting.

Anonymous said...

From The Times

May 27, 2007

Steven Swinford in Praia da Luz

Our nightmare: that all the children were taken

Gerry McCann, 38, Madeleine’s father, said: It could have been worse, we could have lost the twins too. There were three children in the room. That’s the worst nightmare.

9 February 2013

The McCanns may lose the twins too.

That still remains their worst nightmare. M

Anonymous said...

Our young children, especially, were scared out of their wits. – Gerry McCann

Truer words were never spoken.

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