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Brian Reade Sees Madeleine McCann In Cornwall

by | 23rd, August 2007

A LITTLE Madeleine McCann opportunism in the Mirror. Brain Reade uses the missing child to illustrate the impoverished state of Cornwall’s fire service.

Says he: “In bars across the land, the police involved in the Madeleine McCann case have been kicked senseless over their delayed reaction to her disappearance and the lack of manpower thrown at the case in the crucial initial stages. Which is fair enough.”

Yes, let’s give the foreign police a good kicking. Not that we need telling.
Reade goes on: “But what is our outrage over the disappearance (presumed dead) of two British citizens, along with the corpse of another, in an English holiday resort on Saturday night?

Reade speaks of the fire at Cornwall’s Penhallow Hotel, which has left three people missing and “dozens, of others, including children, mentally scarred”.

Says he: “Due to enforced changes, fire cover in Newquay is provided by ‘retrained’ part-timers.”

None of the fire personnel are believed to be Portuguese, although some may have been to the Algarve…

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