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10 hours ago, Velma said:

 

I could go into the notorious Ian Huntley’s conviction for the killing of Holly and Jessica, after he had been dragged through the press and sectioned in Rampton Hospital, but they did such a job on him, few would ever entertain the thought that he was innocent. His alleged victims were also identified by dental records and no cause of death was established. Sarah Everhard’s autopsy has also thus far been inconclusive. There are similarities between these highly publicised cases, in the way they are reported. All I’m saying is, don’t believe everything you read in the papers!

 

 

 

 

The whole Soham murders is suspect. I think there was a post on the old forums. 

 

Huntley was either a patsy or didn't exist. Either way he was tried by the media. There is also a military connection, as with Everard. RAF Lakenheath was where the bodies were found - during the build up to the Iraq War.

 

Huntley is regularly rolled out by the scum media to keep people wound up.

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9361005/Child-killer-Ian-Huntley-47-gets-Covid-vaccination-jab-inside-prison-ahead-millions.html

 

Also if you look a the Man U (the red devils) shirts the kids were wearing, there is a 666 on each.

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They claim they can do anything a man can do and are equal in all ways. Yet when a man follows them, suddenly they're a victim. If you can do anything a man can do, then kick the guy's arse like a man would do and stop bitching about it.

 

 

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On 3/22/2021 at 1:05 PM, Truthspoon said:

 

Sorry I forgot the picture:

 

COPYRIGHT%20UNKNOWN%20%20Peter%20Sutclif

 

That's f'd up, I don't know whats worse Saville being friends with Sutcliffe, Bruno shaking his hand or all 3 in the same photo. 

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Men must dress appropriately for the weather and walk head down if any females are in close proximity. Eye contact forbidden.😀

 

https://www.birminghammail.co.uk/news/midlands-news/pregnant-woman-creeped-out-sutton-20309232

 

Pregnant woman ‘creeped out’ in Sutton Park after being ‘followed and stared at’ for 45 minutes

The woman said she was followed for 45 minutes to an hour from Town Gate to beyond the Jamboree Stone by a man dressed all in black who kept staring at her

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Amazing how quickly this clusterfuck of a news story vanished from the media. I've heard nothing about the possibly non-existant, or possibly ritually sacrificed Sarah Everard and even less about Patsy the actress. I've not even heard or ever really learnt much about the policeman who was seemingly hung drawn and quartered without any real evidence or otherwise being presented to the public. Scamola on reflection, and I'm glad it was called out as such.  I'll be looking for Patsy to pop up again in the future in a different role, probably with a different name.  They do like to rehash their 'stars' for future roles.

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Here we go again.

 

Last week, white female was victim of a murder. BLM types screamed racism, because not enough stories of black women being murdered were on the news. A day or so later, we get a black/asian female teacher slaughtered on her way home. Then the Everard psy-op gets trotted out thanks to "going to trial" (I thought Couzens had already been sentenced within days/weeks of the original "murder"?). And on the same day, Starmer bleats about getting tough on people who attack women.

 

It's like a script.

 

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2 hours ago, Malbec said:

Apparently he's been sentenced to a whole life tariff today, which seems excessive for just one victim (as opposed to serial killers etc) 

 

Most serial killers dont work for the police though. Different league altogether.

 

Also highly likely he's done it before. His family may well not have anything to do with it, but curious that he has Eastern European/Ukraine links, where so many women are trafficked from, plus working as a VIP/Royal guard. Bit of an obvious link if we look at other procurers like Savile and Epstein. Plus the fact he was prepared and organised for it.

 

Could he have been involved in trafficking Eastern European girls to the elite, and got away with it because they were poor - but tripped up this time because it was a middle class British girl whose family would sound the alarm immediately? The fact his other sexual offences and nickname "the rapist" were overlooked shows maybe he was of use to those in high places, with his status as a police officer giving him access to both the seedy worlds of prostitution and trafficking, and VIP circles. Again, shades of Savile and the Yorkshire Ripper, where one man has to take the fall for an entire operation. More to this story than theyre telling us.

 

 

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40 minutes ago, northern star said:

 

Most serial killers dont work for the police though. Different league altogether.

 

Also highly likely he's done it before. His family may well not have anything to do with it, but curious that he has Eastern European/Ukraine links, where so many women are trafficked from, plus working as a VIP/Royal guard. Bit of an obvious link if we look at other procurers like Savile and Epstein. Could he have been involved in trafficking Eastern European girls to the elite, and got away with it because they were poor - but tripped up this time because it was a middle class British girl whose family would sound the alarm immediately? The fact his other sexual offences and nickname "the rapist" were overlooked shows maybe he was of use to those in high places, with his status as a police officer giving him access to both the seedy worlds of prostitution and trafficking, and VIP circles. More to this story than theyre telling us.

 

 

I'm not undermining the circumstanxes we are told about the offence in principle, but (apparently) so many women are murdered a week or a year in dv circumstances or stranger murders, and the net result is the same for the family. So when you read the offences of those serving a whole life tariff its usually people who have murdered more than once. I know most people would say life should mean life, but for most murders it doesn't. So this is an unusual case I terms of the sentence. 

 

Yes definitely more to it... whats the agenda against the police or men in general? How did you know that was his nickname. 

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29 minutes ago, Malbec said:

So when you read the offences of those serving a whole life tariff its usually people who have murdered more than once. I know most people would say life should mean life, but for most murders it doesn't. So this is an unusual case I terms of the sentence. 

 

 

I agree.

 

Thomas Mair who allegedly killed the MP Jo Cox also received a life tariff.  Imo there were many

contradictions in his case. I also don't believe he was a "Nazi"

Thomas Mair

"Mair is a rare case of someone who received a whole-life order for killing one person. He murdered the Labour MP Jo Cox during the EU referendum campaign in 2016. The judge said Mair would have to serve a whole-life sentence due to the “exceptional seriousness” of the offence: a murder committed to advance a cause associated with nazism"

 

https://www.theguardian.com/law/2021/sep/30/what-whole-life-orders-which-killers-have-received-them

List of prisoners with whole-life orders

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_prisoners_with_whole-life_orders

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https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/73-evil-men-women-who-18942237.amp

 

I just found this list too, generally either released after serving for murder and do it again, or more than one murder at the point of sentence. Or some particularly brutal murder such as April briggs. There are a only couple of exceptions. 

 

Also a number of rape/murders i found libby squires and keeley bunker for example, have a set minimum tariff of 27 or 30 years. 

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51 minutes ago, Malbec said:

I'm not undermining the circumstanxes we are told about the offence in principle, but (apparently) so many women are murdered a week or a year in dv circumstances or stranger murders, and the net result is the same for the family. So when you read the offences of those serving a whole life tariff its usually people who have murdered more than once. I know most people would say life should mean life, but for most murders it doesn't. So this is an unusual case I terms of the sentence. 

 

Yes definitely more to it... whats the agenda against the police or men in general? How did you know that was his nickname. 

 

I reckon they had to make an example of him because the case undermines trust in the police in general, at a time when it must be at an all time low. The judge had no option. Tip of the iceberg though when you read stories of what people in high positions in the church etc get away with. But the police at least have to be seen to be protecting people, not abducting and murdering them. Also as you say there are many grisly murder cases but there seems to be something about this which as usual seems to have all the hallmarks of illuminati symbolism which they love to single out and make into huge stories that will get a lot of media coverage. I think thats part of their fun, the thrill they get of seeing all the mawkish headlines and column inches, and conspiracies, misleading the public and playing on their sympathies while laughing behind the scenes, knowing theyve got away with another satanic sacrifice on a public stage. I very much doubt he acted alone, just as Sutcliffe and Huntley of the Soham murders didnt either - they were procurers for rituals.

 

Thanks Golden Retriever for providing the link! Its incredible Cressida Dick is still hanging on, it wasnt as if the warning signs about him werent there, he should never have been allowed in the police.

 

 

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1 hour ago, spideysensei said:

I'm not even sure she's real. Has the media released any photos or video of her with other people? Did any of her friends family give tv interviews? Genuine questions.

 

Neither are real.

 

I suggest everyone starts back at the beginning of this topic. It was pulled to pieces then.

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Good point Mr Chinnery. Much crisis acting everywhere....

 

From Snopes:

 

A 14-year-old Gabby Petito appeared in a music video in 2013 that was a tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.

 

While someone who looks like Gabby Petito does appear to be in the music video, we have not seen an official confirmation from the Petito family or their friends. We will change this rating if we receive more information.

 

As Gabby Petito became a hashtag during the fall of 2021 after she disappeared on a cross-country trip with her boyfriend and was later found dead, a singer claimed that Petito was part of a music video filmed to commemorate another tragedy that occurred years before. 

 

The music video for the song “Irreplaceable” was sung by Deb Henson and filmed over two days in 2013. It commemorated a December 2012 school shooting in Newton, Connecticut, which resulted in the killing of 20 schoolchildren and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary. The video shows children holding signs that call on others to “be kind” and say “I deserve a future.”

At around 3:27, we see a young girl drawing, and then holding, a sign saying, “Irreplaceable.” According to Henson, that girl was Petito.

 

 

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10 hours ago, Malbec said:

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Yes definitely more to it... whats the agenda against the police or men in general? How did you know that was his nickname. 

Something's not right with the whole thing. 

Was reading another forum to gauge the reaction and it's unbelievably over the top, mainly from men, I doubt they would have been as upset if it was their sister or partner that was killed. 

How have these people got themselves into such a state over this case when there are over 200 other murders committed against women every year in the UK? 

 

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12 hours ago, Mr Chinnery said:

 

Neither are real.

 

I suggest everyone starts back at the beginning of this topic. It was pulled to pieces then.

 

I've skimmed it and it's light on evidence as to whether she's real or actor. Maybe i missed something.

 

Every picture i've seen of her looks like it could've been generated from a site like this - https://www.thispersondoesnotexist.com/ - (notice the fakes all have the same thing in common, no matter how many you cycle through)- so until i see more evidence i'm swayed to your opinion of her being a fake.

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