6 years, and we still don't believe the parents killed her?
I doubt Madeleine Cann's parents are even alive. ...loved her in Young Frakenstein.
I suspected the parents at the time, but it's hard to know.
It's probably too late to find whoever the killer is now, whether it's a member of the family or whether it's a stranger. Like the Jon Benet Ramsey case, I think it will remain unsolved.
Wherefore does not mean where.
r3, it's a joke.
She's Joking! She's not very good at it but that's what she's doing!
[quote]Wherefore Art Thou?
Out making more money for her parents by being gone.
R1, I saw Young Frankenstein for the first time a couple of weeks ago. I fucking love that movie!
The parents did it and got away with it. It's not that hard really
She is with Kyron in Portland. They found DB Cooper's money and ran off to live in seclusion with Jimmy Hoffa and Helen Brach.
Must be nice to be wealthy enough to kill your own kid.
They'll solve it when someone snitches on the culprit. Either there was more than one person involved at some point and one of them will spill or whoever did it will evetnually tell someone.
I don't think the parents had anything to do with it. Or perhaps I should say I haven't seen any evidence that they did.
[quote]6 years, and we still don't believe the parents killed her?
No, we don't believe we can [italic]prove[/italic] they killed her.
Those are two entirely different things, and DLers always have trouble understanding the difference.
[quote][R3], it's a joke.
And a hilarious one at that!
r12, Brits will not believe that they killed their own kid.
Worst game of Hide & Seek EVER!
Investigators In Madeleine McCann Disappearance Say They Have "Substantive" New Leads
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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