Beggars belief - Madeleine groups on Facebook combined into one group with a new, deceptively fake following...
This is why we got up yesterday morning to find unfamiliar posts, comments and updates on our Facebook walls. This is why we had become followers of a group we didn't join.
It's all good and well providing a welcome, however if these new members referred to above had actually liked the Official Find Madeleine Campaign group page, they would have clicked the LIKE button of their own free will.
Are there any similar unofficial Find Madeleine Campaign group pages around which could genuinely be combined? I don't think there are... although the poor child may have stood a greater chance of being found if there was. There are thousands of groups for thousands of subjects... I don't want to go to bed posting on Justice for Caylee and wake up to Casey Anthony's ugly mug. Would anybody?
Apart from the One Million Likes group, I've never seen Madeleine being subjected to 'online abuse'. Another appalling and disturbing thought to come from the horse's mouth. If I did, I wouldn't hesitate to report it. Seems like just another excuse for her parents protect their reputation and avoid criticism by once again attempting to silence people. The irony of Madeleine needs protected... yes she did, didn't she?
Instead of fannying about online, why don't you just get out there and do what normal people would do - something you've never done yourselves. Look. All those followers with their prayers, candles and fluffy words won't 'bring her home', but I'm sure it makes you feel good.
Please check which groups you have joined or liked on Facebook. This is an appalling invasion of privacy and trust. I do not wish mingle with blinkered muppets or have their posts invade my wall. And I also object to the Team having access to my own profile via their Admin privileges. Very disturbing.