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that Rockerfeller guy - it gets weidrder

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FluffyMummy123 Tue 12-Aug-08 09:47:38

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DoubleBluff Tue 12-Aug-08 09:49:53

It will make a great movie.

Twinkie1 Tue 12-Aug-08 09:51:36

Feckin hell - what a defence - I don't remember.

LIZS Tue 12-Aug-08 09:52:16

he doesn't remember ? How very convenient hmm

FluffyMummy123 Tue 12-Aug-08 09:54:24

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serenity Tue 12-Aug-08 09:54:49

Ooooooooh, he's a spy or a double agent for some ultra secret government thingy (been watching too much Alias)

Twinkie1 Tue 12-Aug-08 09:56:36

Think if he was a spy he would have figured kidnapping his daughter would have blown his cover - what a conceited man to think that he could commit a huge crime and then disappear and it not be found out when he comitted another huge crime years later!

How awful too for his XW to find out she was married to a complete looney and a murderer to boot.

ilovemydog Tue 12-Aug-08 10:05:56

Creepy.

But in that photo on the link - is he wearing one of those false noses and glasses you get in a joke shop?

LynetteScavo Tue 12-Aug-08 10:10:07

What is it with rich people and weirdness?

CountessDracula Tue 12-Aug-08 10:15:13

ooh how odd

We arrived late in Boston the day of this abduction and all the motorway gantrys and other signs had "Amber alert, looking for black SUV with Red Sox stickers and Plates heading xxx" can't remember the rest

Apparently in the states they broadcast on all these signs in the event of child abduction and it has meant that many more children are found in teh first 24hours. Apparently they are mooting doing it here.

It is rather sobering to think of some poor little mite snatched and whisked off in a black SUV - I was very relieved to hear it was her father who had taken her when I got home.

SlartyBartFast Tue 12-Aug-08 10:16:49

just what i was going to say Ilovemydog!! grin lol

SueW Tue 12-Aug-08 10:22:10

Yes CD - it's the thing the McCanns are campaigning for across Europe.

We saw it worked wrongly when we were there in California. A father rang police and said his car had been stolen with his daughter in the back. Cue amber alert, newsflashes, etc. Followed some while later by news of an arrest of the man who had indeed had car stolen but knew police would react more quickly if they thought a child was inside shock

LynetteScavo Tue 12-Aug-08 10:25:58

sueW - surely that is a punishable offence. angry

ConstanceWearing Tue 12-Aug-08 10:28:38

'They can do what they like with it, but he doesn't remember' ????? WTF?

If that's how you get away with things I'm going to stop paying all my bills on the basis that I can't remember running these debts up.

That is a crap defence. Even my kids come up with better excuses than that!

Twinkie1 Tue 12-Aug-08 10:46:14

Or he could just say 'I don't know!' - that is a fave one in our house - what would the police say back - well go to your room until you know?

Kevlarhead Fri 15-Aug-08 00:13:05

A big boy done it and run away!

WideWebWitch Fri 15-Aug-08 11:05:51

How weird.

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