Thursday, May 31, 2012

The #McCann Legacy : Seven Dead Children.

Note: Mick Philpott just like Gerry McCann loves the camera the attention and both fancy themselves as celebrities . Both , famous for all the wrong reasons, dead children,  both are criminals.  Within days the Philpot family opened a webpage asking for donations to pay for their childrens funerals, to build a new house and support them through this tragic time. Not a lot of difference is there except the McCanns have corrupt politicians protecting them.The Philpots did not realize that !

Dead children and creating fraudulent funds,  not a good idea. Suspicion will fall on the family when they should be grieving but their Only concern is money.  McCann couple used donations to pay a couple of months mortgage . Mick Philpott ,far more adventerous wanted the public  to donate enough money so he may build a new home.

 Ricardo Paiva, said Portuguese police were suspicious of the couple's 'merchandising' operation in the months after Maddie disappeared. The Madeleine Fund they set up sold wristbands and T-shirts publicising the case and used the money to support the search.

Mr Paiva said they should have faced prosecution for leaving their children alone, saying: 'People have been arrested for far less - even in the UK.'
Former Portuguese detective Goncalo Amaral wrote a book accusing the McCanns of covering up their daughter's death


A mother and father have been charged with the murder of their six children who died after a fire at their home in Derby.
Mick Philpott and his wife Mairead were arrested in Derby city centre on Tuesday in connection with the blaze at the house on 11 May. Last night, they were charged with six counts of murder, a spokesman for Derbyshire Police said. They were due to appear before Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court this morning.

Five of their children – Jade, 10, John, nine, Jack, seven, Jessie, six, and Jayden, five – died in the fire. A sixth, Duwayne, 13, died of his injuries in Birmingham Children's Hospital two days later.

Five days after the fire, the Philpotts faced the media in an emotional press conference. Mr Philpott thanked those who tried to rescue his children and spoke of how he and his wife had decided to donate Duwayne's organs for transplant, saying it "takes a bit of the pain away". The 55-year-old, who is believed to have fathered 17 children, was said by police to have made "valiant" efforts to rescue his children during the blaze.

Derbyshire Police's Assistant Chief Constable Steve Cotterill said last night: "Following the appeal yesterday a number of people have come forward with more information but I want to stress that the two charges this evening should not be seen as the end of the investigation. We are determined to get to the truth."

Source: Independent.