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7 hours ago, Velma said:

The underlying message throughout this enquiry is the intrusion of social media and armchair detectives. Paul Ansell said he was "saddened" that he will have to tell his daughters how he was "misquoted and accused" and their friends, "vilified" by the press and online sleuths. He said, “they have to be held accountable.” I wonder what penalties he proposes?

 

The family especially criticised Sky News and ITV, but not Channel5 News, which had exclusive rights to the two-hour long interview with Dan Walker. Now they want us all to go away… but we still don’t know what happened to Nicola Bulley? When the body was discovered on Feb.19th the police called it an “unexplained death,” it is still unexplained.

 

I'd say if you don't want people talking about it, don't announce it.

Out of all the people who are missing, this one was on the news.  The police are supposed to be the 'expert' in solving crimes so let them find evidence etc.... mind you they missed that leash by the bench though. 🤭

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6 hours ago, alexa said:

 

 

Is the reason for high attention span of this saga by the Media, to crack down on Social Media ? Going by this video above I would say YES.  I did wonder why all this was blown out of proportion.

Look out all sites like this one & all conspiracy theorists. :classic_ohmy: I reckon our times up & all the net will be is one huge buying & selling place.

 

7 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

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3 x 2 x 2 = 12 = Judas Iscariot

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31 minutes ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Oh it's the sister-in-law of the bloke from The Office. I hadn't heard her name or seen her pic directly referenced in headlines before.

 

It's a "here is everything we know..." bollocks again...

 

Laurel Aldridge: Everything we know about search for Mackenzie Crook's missing sister-in-law

 

Get the psychic Jason Rothwell on the case, quick!

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6 hours ago, Saved said:

That's where all this is heading. The internet, eventually, shall be the only place from which to legally purchase food.

 

If one does not fully bend the knee to whoever becomes king of the information highway, one does not eat.

 

We are certainly on that journey. How long it will take to get there, I don't know, but how often do we see evil riding in on the words "Peace and Safety!".

 

The online harms bill implies protection from bad people.

Protection FROM bad people ?, more likely protection FOR bad people!🤢

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I find the vitriol against internet sleuths/tiktok people, etc. understandable to some degree. Maybe just me but being accused of murdering my wife on social media would pale into insignificance if I desperate to hear she was found. If the police couldn't be bothered to seal off a (potential) crime scene and allow the public to wander around, why aren't "the family" blasting the police instead?

 

Why does the family statement not say anything about how they want to find out what happened in her final moments? It really sounds like a case of oh she's found, we grieve now and that's that. Only my point of view, but it'd be tearing me up wanting to know if it was an accident or if someone was responsible for her death. Instead it's all f you to the public.

 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Velma said:

The underlying message throughout this enquiry is the intrusion of social media and armchair detectives. Paul Ansell said he was "saddened" that he will have to tell his daughters how he was "misquoted and accused" and their friends, "vilified" by the press and online sleuths. He said, “they have to be held accountable.” I wonder what penalties he proposes?

 

The family especially criticised Sky News and ITV, but not Channel5 News, which had exclusive rights to the two-hour long interview with Dan Walker. Now they want us all to go away… but we still don’t know what happened to Nicola Bulley? When the body was discovered on Feb.19th the police called it an “unexplained death,” it is still unexplained.

 

 

 

Surely he his only thought would he about his dead partner, being in a state of utter shock and bereavement over Nikki Bullshits suicide?

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3 hours ago, Anti Facts Sir said:

Oh FFS, the MSM have started on another "missing woman" case.

 

'ERE WE GO, 'ERE WE GO, 'ERE WE GO....again.

Going from my place into the city centre, there are two main advertising areas where huge electronic boards look down on the congested traffic.

 

I noticed around six to eight weeks ago that there was an advert for missing people. I've tried to since find it online but couldn't - it's white with a trail of black silhouetted figures trailing into the distance. I remember being amazed at the huge figure given for people missing in the UK every year.

 

I found it strange because that 20ftx12ft electronic billboard was always dominated by ads for the iPhone, Audi, SKY or some other big company.

 

Now I'm thinking that the concept of missing people was being placed into people's consciences - perhaps in readiness for a spate of high profile cases.

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Peter Bleksley is the director and co-owner of a business intelligence company, most likely recognised as the ‘The Chief’ on Channel 4’s Hunted from 2015 until 2019. Bleksley joined the Metropolitan Police force in 1978 and his first posting was to Peckham police station in South London. A decade later, he went on to create the Scotland Yard’s Undercover SO10 unit. Peter was appalled that ‘TikTok detectives’ were allowed to compromise a crime scene. He says it must never happen again. TikTok has threatened to remove users who spread misinformation about Nicola Bulley after the social media app was criticised for allowing conspiracy theories to spread on its platform during the search for the mother-of-two. The social media app said it would “take action” against people who violated its community guidelines when posting content about the case .

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3 hours ago, DaleP said:

 

Usually criminal points a finger at others....

Which Pope was this? But yeah, demons are charming and enticing contrary to the conspiracy community version of blood sucking satan. lol Remember the Devil's Advocate..... Al Pacino wasn't at all gory and he could even enter a church..... ah but the churches... Sorry alexa. 😁

The churches cathedrals belong to the demons hence why so much money was spent on them 

The gnostics cathars spoke of us all being trapped here on Earth this is hell. The aim is to leave this place and live in peace and harmony to get out of it. The popes slaughtered them all for it.

This could also be allegory for us this planet being a farm of souls for these demons / which could be beings from other dimensions places etc

 

I’m just shooting the breeze.

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1 hour ago, Velma said:

Peter Bleksley is the director and co-owner of a business intelligence company, most likely recognised as the ‘The Chief’ on Channel 4’s Hunted from 2015 until 2019. Bleksley joined the Metropolitan Police force in 1978 and his first posting was to Peckham police station in South London. A decade later, he went on to create the Scotland Yard’s Undercover SO10 unit. Peter was appalled that ‘TikTok detectives’ were allowed to compromise a crime scene. He says it must never happen again. TikTok has threatened to remove users who spread misinformation about Nicola Bulley after the social media app was criticised for allowing conspiracy theories to spread on its platform during the search for the mother-of-two. The social media app said it would “take action” against people who violated its community guidelines when posting content about the case .

 

Wanna know what I think?

 

TikTok is probably American developed and American run.

 

"Opium den China" just fronts it.

 

Makes the Chinese look hip and techy.

 

Controlled opposition.

 

"Mind Demolition".

 

"We can't do anything about it because its 'from over there'."

 

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