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9 hours ago, masonfreeparty2 said:

here we go the BBC's very own sleuth marianna spring now covering the story  https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-64677595

 

Thank God you got involved Marianna!

 

One of the TikTokers tried to EAT the bench Nicola sat on!

 

Another tried to urinate on an investigating police officer!

 

A 3rd refused to eat his bugz!

 

A 4th claimed that there was Kerosene in Nicola's 6th BioNtech jab!

 

If it wasn't for you and the BBQ... I mean BBC, we would all be DROWNING in a torrent of TERROR-INFORMATION!

 

(Opens the envelope from Davos and starts counting the Benjamins)

 

 

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7 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

Another missing woman is being shown in our local paper, another famous {ish} actor involved in the search, Mackenzie Crook from such shows as 'Game of Thrones' ,'The Office'. 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and 'Detectorists' ! He is appealing for his missing sister in law to return home to her husband and their family in Walberton near Arundel. She's been having Chemo and has been missing for three or four days now!

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MacKenzie Crook currently stars in a TV show called the 'Detectorist' about treasure hunters.

 

Coincidentally, detectorists are in the news today!

 

https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2023/feb/18/change-to-uk-treasure-law-will-keep-more-artefacts-in-museums?amp;amp;amp

 

A rise in the number of detectorists unearthing historical artefacts has prompted an effort to broaden the legal definition of treasure to help museums to acquire important items.

 

The heritage minister, Stephen Parkinson, said some items had been lost into private ownership rather than displayed publicly in museums, due to the wording of the Treasure Act 1996.

 

Under the current definition, an item is treasure if it is at least 300 years old and made at least in part of precious metal, such as gold or silver, or part of a hoard. This will be amended to cover exceptional finds of at least 200 years old, regardless of the type of metal they are made of.

 

If a coroner assesses an artefact as meeting the legal definition of treasure, it can be acquired by a museum rather than sold to the highest bidder.

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1 hour ago, Andy Mac said:

I honestly think this missing persons story is getting out of hand - seems everyone is talking about it and is always in the newspapers:

 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11766369/TikTok-sleuths-spark-outrage-digging-woodland-close-Nicola-Bulley-vanished.html

That is deliberate. This psy-op is operating on many levels at the same time.

 

Lowering trust in the police even further (along with the rapists and the bullies in the force being cruel to Katie Price's son).

 

Attempting to clamp down on "internet speculation" ie. free speech.

 

Monitoring how the public respond to whatever BS new angle they bring into this "story".

 

Distraction from the bigger picture (digital ID, more pandemics, whatever you wish to name).

 

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33 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

In fact is there anything they haven't linked to this nonsense yet?

They've not linked any trans or LGBGT agenda stuff yet. Perhaps that's coming next week, Nikki is holed up with her lesbian lover?

 

I notice McKenzie Crook's ring doorbell footage is way clearer than the grainy pictures from the Bully household. Always the way

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2 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

 

If that's the Luke Kelly video, he's just this ten minutes folded under the pressure of a minority of negative comments - all his three videos have gone private.

 

I was just about to see his reply to my comment yesterday, that I thought it was a psyop (and why). 

 

I got the impression that it's something he had never considered.

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6 minutes ago, Saved said:

If that's the Luke Kelly video, he's just this ten minutes folded under the pressure of a minority of negative comments - all his three videos have gone private.

 

I was just about to see his reply to my comment yesterday, that I thought it was a psyop (and why). 

 

I got the impression that it's something he had never considered.

And ten seconds later he confirms that he's been intimidated away:

 

https://youtu.be/l7i-i8JngcE

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, Saved said:

If that's the Luke Kelly video, he's just this ten minutes folded under the pressure of a minority of negative comments - all his three videos have gone private.

 

I was just about to see his reply to my comment yesterday, that I thought it was a psyop (and why). 

 

I got the impression that it's something he had never considered.

In that video he played the a clip of the interview where Paul Ansell says he put the children and Willow into the car.

 

But the cctv stills released show **Nikki** putting Willow into the car.

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2 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

 

 

The first 1 minute 20 seconds is particularly good. That's the first time I've heard that type of tech mentioned in a video. I read once in a newspaper that the police had spoken to a man who had cycled past someones house, ( a victim ) and they found that via his mobile phone signal. I found that fascinating, and thought then, they know exactly who is doing what. I think 'old skool' policing is just for 'us lot' down here 😆 to go though the motions, keep us busy.

 

Or is this information being released via talkradio just to let us know that is how they were so sure there was no third party involved, and to get back to bloody work 😄

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2 hours ago, factJack said:

They've not linked any trans or LGBGT agenda stuff yet. Perhaps that's coming next week, Nikki is holed up with her lesbian lover?

 

I notice McKenzie Crook's ring doorbell footage is way clearer than the grainy pictures from the Bully household. Always the way

The footage is crystal clear I’ve got something similar 

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12 hours ago, Mr Crabtree said:

Another missing woman is being shown in our local paper, another famous {ish} actor involved in the search, Mackenzie Crook from such shows as 'Game of Thrones' ,'The Office'. 'Pirates of the Caribbean' and 'Detectorists' ! He is appealing for his missing sister in law to return home to her husband and their family in Walberton near Arundel. She's been having Chemo and has been missing for three or four days now!

 

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2 hours ago, factJack said:

(part quote) ... I notice McKenzie Crook's ring doorbell footage is way clearer than the grainy pictures from the Bully household. Always the way

 

17 minutes ago, Dagon44 said:

The footage is crystal clear I’ve got something similar 

 

 

Having looked at an article, underneath there is a link to an article on a missing father. CCTV footage is shown, police appeal for dash cam footage and the public are urged to check their sheds and outbuildings to look for this man, who has Huntington's disease. Mackenzie's sister in law is described as vulnerable, and he asks that the public check their back gardens

 

This reminds me more of lost cat posters?!

 

Is this related to problems in the NHS, and social care. 

 

https://www.itv.com/news/meridian/2023-02-08/we-need-answers-son-of-missing-man-says-he-just-wants-his-dad-home

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It appears that the red van is a crucial piece of evidence in the potential abduction of someone, possibly by two individuals who may belong to a satanic or pagan group. It is feared that the victim may be sacrificed, and the perpetrators could attempt to dispose of the evidence by cremating the victim. However, it is also possible that the victim staged their death and fled with a woman, although this is a speculative theory. The sole witness to the incident is a dog and therefore cannot provide any testimony. The situation suggests that the individuals involved in the incident may be part of a closely-knit group, making it challenging to uncover the truth.

 

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"Welcome. It's Thursday 12th October 2028 and this is the news. 

 

The Prime Minister Keir Starmer has formerly announced that the digital passport shall go live tonight on the stroke of midnight. Opponents had hoped for a last minute reprieve but their case was dismissed as 'lunacy'  by the Prime Minister:

 

'These fools speaking from behind bars are not to be taken seriously. Anybody who followed the Nicola Bulley tragedy back in that dark winter of 2023 will remember how far right conspiracy theorists swamped social media with unfounded judgements and outright hate as false accusations were made in the name of free speech.

 

We know that the case was sadly confused because anybody could have used that now infamous mobile phone with simple login details. Precious weeks and months were lost as a result and we are still no closer to finding out what really happened that fateful day. 

 

Under this new system, nobody who is implanted will ever be allowed - no matter how hard they try - to operate another person's mobile phone, laptop, PC, indeed anything that can be connected to the internet. Just touching somebody else's electronic property will disable it.

 

We shall know the moment the wrong implant ID even attempts to access anybody else's communication device, whether it is switched on or not.

 

Of course, those who defied the law are still in the process of being identified, arrested and imprisoned. 

 

No stone shall be left unturned as we who are reasonably minded work tirelessly to identify those criminals - and that's what they are - opposed to a society that upholds peace and safety.'

 

In other news, Serco have been given new powers to shoot on sight anybody who's digital ID does not match with their designated fifteen minute zone. This was after a man from 54b1 was detected buying locust from a Sainsbury's in 54b2 last Monday."

 

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i noticed coincidentally  there is a missing person storyline in emmerdale..Paddy is missing with mental issues and its strange how on itv news just before the soap programme the news broadcaster nearly always says "emmerdale next"..bizarre or what?

 

Emmerdale: Police reveal NEW development amid Paddy's disappearance - after he went missing following split from cheating wife Chas

By AMELIA WYNNE FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 21:12, 13 February 2023 | UPDATED: 21:32, 13 February 2023

 

The Yorkshire village of Emmerdale is never drama free.

And Paddy Kirk was still missing on Monday night's episode as the rest of the community desperately tried and find him after he disappeared last week.

But during the latest instalment of the ITV soap, police updated his friends that there had indeed been a recent sighting of him after posters were handed out in the area.

 

A constable came to the pub to tell Mandy that someone had reported seeing him at a cash point in Skipdale where he withdrew £200.

While his loved ones and family were relieved they were keen for the police to do more after the officer said they would scale down their search as they don't believe he is in danger.

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7 minutes ago, masonfreeparty2 said:

i noticed coincidentally  there is a missing person storyline in emmerdale..Paddy is missing with mental issues and its strange how on itv news just before the soap programme the news broadcaster nearly always says "emmerdale next"..bizarre or what?

 

Emmerdale: Police reveal NEW development amid Paddy's disappearance - after he went missing following split from cheating wife Chas

By AMELIA WYNNE FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 21:12, 13 February 2023 | UPDATED: 21:32, 13 February 2023

 

The Yorkshire village of Emmerdale is never drama free.

And Paddy Kirk was still missing on Monday night's episode as the rest of the community desperately tried and find him after he disappeared last week.

But during the latest instalment of the ITV soap, police updated his friends that there had indeed been a recent sighting of him after posters were handed out in the area.

 

A constable came to the pub to tell Mandy that someone had reported seeing him at a cash point in Skipdale where he withdrew £200.

While his loved ones and family were relieved they were keen for the police to do more after the officer said they would scale down their search as they don't believe he is in danger.

 

The coincidences just keep coming, or should that be, the social engineering never stops?

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7 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

The coincidences just keep coming, or should that be, the social engineering never stops?

maybe its time to microchip all vulnerable people or tag them..help protect them 

 

https://ouclf.law.ox.ac.uk/societys-most-vulnerable-under-surveillance-the-ethics-of-tagging-and-tracking-dementia-patients-with-gps-technology-a-comparative-view/

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