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6 minutes ago, janey777 said:

As others have said, it is so weird that neither Peter Faulding nor the police divers found Nicola, or any other body, in the river at the time they searched, but suddenly they have found a body in a part of the river that was searched.

 

Would the post-mortem show if the body died by simple drowning, or if died in some other way and later dumped in the river?  If it did, would this be made publically known?

Will be done by one of those special home office people 

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  • Key statistics and figures

  • Someone is reported missing every 90 seconds in the UK  
  • 170,000 people are reported missing every year  
  • There are 353,000 reported missing incidents every year  https://www.missingpeople.org.uk/

About 5000 individuals are long term missing... 

On that page I found kids who disappeared about the same time and media didn't spend a second to their cases... BTW her name is not on a missing list... 🙄

 

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The friends and family of Nicola have confirmed to this woman Gisela (who has been in touch with them all along) that it is Nicola who has been found, though it hasnt been officially announced yet. Very sad indeed. RIP.

 

Still find it strange that she was on a regular conference call, sending emails and making plans for children's play dates just moments before she disappeared.

Really not the actions of a desperate person planning to disappear. The family also told Gisela to "keep an open mind" about what happened, so not speaking out of turn here.

 

 

 

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56 minutes ago, janey777 said:

As others have said, it is so weird that neither Peter Faulding nor the police divers found Nicola, or any other body, in the river at the time they searched, but suddenly they have found a body in a part of the river that was searched.

 

Would the post-mortem show if the body died by simple drowning, or if died in some other way and later dumped in the river?  If it did, would this be made publically known?

 

 

 

I did not expect this outcome, the police are vindicated since their working hypothesis proved correct.

 

An autopsy will determine if she drowned or was dead before "entering the river" as police like to say.

 

The question now is, did she enter the water of her own volition, or was she pushed...  or dumped?

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5 hours ago, Edmund Blackadder said:

The whole of western kulture is a psyop.

 

I think we spend waste an awful lot of time with psyops, lies and any other BS and we get nothing at the end.

It's really time to get on with what we want to do and keep on moving.

 

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1 minute ago, Velma said:

 

 

 

I did not expect this outcome, the police are vindicated since their working hypothesis proved correct.

 

An autopsy will determine if she drowned or was dead before "entering the river" as police like to say.

 

The question now is, did she enter the water of her own volition, or was she pushed...  or dumped?

 

All the same the expert team were only allowed to search upstream of the bench site, and the weir, not downstream, where the body was found, and where a body would naturally go, with the flow of the river to the sea.  Quite bizarre as to why this was, so blame cannot be placed on Peter Faulding and the diving team.

 

 

 

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17 hours ago, Maggotman said:

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.

 

 

Whenever someone pulls up this satanic or pagan sacrifice scenario, I'm suspicious. The timing (moon phase) would have been out for a start.

If you did research on 'offerings', you know this kind of sacrifice is not necessary, it's too much work to snatch a live body, kill it and discard. I won't go into details here though. I'm not saying sacrifice doesn't occur. People still do but not this way.

 

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6 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

Whenever someone pulls up this satanic or pagan sacrifice scenario, I'm suspicious. The timing (moon phase) would have been out for a start.

If you did research on 'offerings', you know this kind of sacrifice is not necessary, it's too much work to snatch a live body, kill it and discard. I won't go into details here though. I'm not saying sacrifice doesn't occur. People still do but not this way.

 

 

Full moon was February 5th, so within the time scale.

Thats part of the fun for them though, the hunt, the capture, the drama, the secrecy, the media exposure, the public upset.

Probably similar with Maddie McCann. As posted above, hundreds of thousands go missing, theres always a reason for the huge media attention focused on one person, invariably young, photogenic and blonde.

 

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Just now, northern star said:

 

Thats part of the fun for them though, the hunt, the capture, the drama, the secrecy, the media exposure, the public upset.

Probably similar with Maddie McCann. As posted above, hundreds go missing, theres always a reason for the huge media attention.

 

 

well I don't know about fun. Those that do sacrifice don't do it for fun. They do it for a real cause. This is why I think this story is either social engineering or real story that has been twisted to suit their agenda rather than some kind of sick satanic sacrifice.

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1 hour ago, janey777 said:

As others have said, it is so weird that neither Peter Faulding nor the police divers found Nicola, or any other body, in the river at the time they searched, but suddenly they have found a body in a part of the river that was searched.

 

Would the post-mortem show if the body died by simple drowning, or if died in some other way and later dumped in the river?  If it did, would this be made publically known?

This is exactly what happens in 'Missing 411' cases.

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6 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

well I don't know about fun. Those that do sacrifice don't do it for fun. They do it for a real cause. This is why I think this story is either social engineering or real story that has been twisted to suit their agenda rather than some kind of sick satanic sacrifice.

 

What real cause? Ive read a great deal about it, they do it for fun and because they are truly sick. More sick than normal folk can comprehend.

They love putting clues in plain sight too. Goes back centuries, Jack the Ripper etc.

 

It could well be a suicide, but there's much that doesnt add up.

 

 

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2 minutes ago, northern star said:

 

What real cause? Ive read a great deal about it, they do it for fun and because they are truly sick.

They love putting clues in plain sight too. Goes back centuries, Jack the Ripper etc.

 

 

 

Real cause as in what they want to achieve.

I don't know which stories you have been reading but that ones that I know of don't do it for fun but really go for it.

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28 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

 

 

I did not expect this outcome, the police are vindicated since their working hypothesis proved correct.

 

An autopsy will determine if she drowned or was dead before "entering the river" as police like to say.

 

The question now is, did she enter the water of her own volition, or was she pushed...  or dumped?

 

If a 'specialist diving team' did not find any body in the water, and none of the 'TikTok sleuths' who turned up to do their own 'investigating' over the last three weeks did not see any body floating in the river, then it is probably fair to assume that the body was dumped, probably in the early hours of this morning.

 

26 minutes ago, northern star said:

 

All the same the expert team were only allowed to search upstream of the bench site, and the weir, not downstream, where the body was found, and where a body would naturally go, with the flow of the river to the sea.  Quite bizarre as to why this was, so blame cannot be placed on Peter Faulding and the diving team.

 

 

 

If that is true then that is just sheer incompetence. Basic GCSE level Geography.

 

When I was a teenager in the Scouts, when camping near a river that you use to collect water for drinking, the first thing we were taught was that if you needed to go pee, do so 'downstream' from where you are pitched. 😉

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If the police hypothesis is right the body floated a mile in shallow, fairly still water, with police, drones, helicopters and amateur sleuths combing the area for three weeks!

The body was found near a parking space in the road too. Lets hope the police are treating it as a potential forensic crime scene, in case the body was moved there, from a vehicle, over the wall, and into the river.

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10 minutes ago, northern star said:

 

What real cause? Ive read a great deal about it, they do it for fun and because they are truly sick. More sick than normal folk can comprehend.

They love putting clues in plain sight too. Goes back centuries, Jack the Ripper etc.

 

It could well be a suicide, but there's much that doesnt add up.

 

I don't believe about Nicola being an alcoholic and even suicide. She appeared to be a caring mum.

Like you said, too many facts don't add up.

 

- red van parked outside of the house

- Nicola loading up the car on the morning

- media providing answers to the questions public have raised

- finding of the body in the river after three weeks, found by a member of the public? 🤨 OK, may be they are really trying to tell us that we no longer need police because they are doing a bad job of it....which I can believe. lol

- her bf said the phone and harness were decoy. Why decoy?

- body language of Paul during the interview etc.

 

If it involves your loved one or someone close, yeah by all means get stuck in but otherwise, honestly, we have more important things we need to be getting on right now.

Don't get distracted because that is their purpose. Keep your focus fixed on the goal.

 

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48 minutes ago, Velma said:

 

 

 

I did not expect this outcome, the police are vindicated since their working hypothesis proved correct.

 

An autopsy will determine if she drowned or was dead before "entering the river" as police like to say.

 

The question now is, did she enter the water of her own volition, or was she pushed...  or dumped?

Dumped 100% 

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27 minutes ago, DaleP said:

 

well I don't know about fun. Those that do sacrifice don't do it for fun. They do it for a real cause. This is why I think this story is either social engineering or real story that has been twisted to suit their agenda rather than some kind of sick satanic sacrifice.

I suppose it helps if you enjoy it and you can be sure those sick fucks will have 

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52 minutes ago, northern star said:

 

All the same the expert team were only allowed to search upstream of the bench site, and the weir, not downstream, where the body was found, and where a body would naturally go, with the flow of the river to the sea.  Quite bizarre as to why this was, so blame cannot be placed on Peter Faulding and the diving team.

 

SuperSonic would know how, shallow, fast the stream is.  He sat by the river bank and observed it.

The only way to find out is to dump a sack of potato and see if it floats downstream.

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Just now, Dagon44 said:

I suppose it helps if you enjoy it and you can be sure those sick fucks will have 

 

I think people are getting confused. Does people do ritual for fun, just for the sake of it? Or to achieve something?

If someone was raped, murdered and there was no justice, that's the only way they get their peace.....sometimes.

Call that fun....mnn yeah.

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1 minute ago, northern star said:

I also think it she had decided to head off and throw herself into the (2ft deep) river, she would have tied the dog to the bench herself with the lead, as it would have followed her.

 

 

Or simply left the dog in a car?

What happened to the car?

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1 minute ago, northern star said:

I also think it she had decided to head off and throw herself into the (2ft deep) river, she would have tied the dog to the bench herself with the lead, as it would have followed her.

 

It’s ridiculous it really is; what notices are there for killing her … that village is suspicious as hell I suppose Paul was probably terrified he was next. Her friend knows she was all over the tv with her showbiz pals and then going to satanic meetings in London etc

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Just now, DaleP said:

 

Or simply left the dog in a car?

What happened to the car?

 

That would be far more likely. As their "third child" she would not want to distress the dog.

This all disregards her attachment to her children too...I just cant see her doing this, even if she did have problems.

Ofcourse we dont know the full facts.

Assume the car was still in the school car park.

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

 

 

 

I did not expect this outcome, the police are vindicated since their working hypothesis proved correct.

 

An autopsy will determine if she drowned or was dead before "entering the river" as police like to say.

 

The question now is, did she enter the water of her own volition, or was she pushed...  or dumped?

Anotheer 411 box to tick. Body found in a place that had been searched multiple time - assuming it had been. An post mortem will also determine how long she was in the water. Three weeks submerged under, say, a sunken tree, and the body will be in an awful state.

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