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3 hours ago, Velma said:

 

After two weeks of focussing on the river, red van man will be long gone!

And when/if they do locate the red van and find no evidence of an abduction, they'll presumably tell everybody to focus on the sea. When that happens they'll be fully appealing to mystery, that is, the unlikelihood of a body ever being found whilst simultaneously holding out hope that she could be anywhere.

 

Everything to date has been postured towards mystery.

 

I've seen first hand the utter stupidity of (some) police but this entire investigation has been projected as a farce. How often do we see a deliberate, wicked agenda disguised as incompetence?

 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Saved said:

And when/if they do locate the red van and find no evidence of an abduction, they'll presumably tell everybody to focus on the sea. When that happens they'll be fully appealing to mystery, that is, the unlikelihood of a body ever being found whilst simultaneously holding out hope that she could be anywhere.

 

Everything to date has been postured towards mystery.

 

I've seen first hand the utter stupidity of (some) police but this entire investigation has been projected as a farce. How often do we see a deliberate, wicked agenda disguised as incompetence?

 

 

 

 

 

So the suspicious looking red van was parked on the closest possible piece of road to where she disappeared. The person who saw it found it suspicious enough to alert the police, even before they knew of the disappearance, and said they were very unimpressed at the attitude of the operator, which we can assume means they were uninterested or unhelpful. Massive lost opportunity for something so potentially important. Have they checked CCTVs and other doorbell cameras from that time period...the van must have been caught on camera somewhere, yet doesnt seem to be mentioned as part of the enquiry, or asking the public for info on it.

Very strange detective work!

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On 2/9/2023 at 1:26 PM, Anthony81 said:

All you have to do is take a look at her Fb profile and you will see for yourself how much she posted family trips events etc, and pics of her and the dog willow by the river wyre, all perfect for anyone stalking her and knowing her location, iam more leaning towards the theory she has been sadly abducted by a third party and may already be dead.

 

 

I tend to agree with you. Having done a cyber security course, one of the  top ways hackers and criminals find out the information they want is by looking at social media profiles! But as been pointed out by a few posters here, why haven't the police looked at her Teams history and asked the other members what was going on before the phone was left on the bench? 

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16 hours ago, northern star said:

 

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Seriously though, the Plod seem to have made some appalling errors from Day 1, even to the casual armchair detective or amateur sleuth, who all seem to be doing a better job.

 

I think the dog is key. If she'd been taken away on land, the dog would be trying to follow, or would be signalling in that direction. The fact it stayed by the river suggests perhaps she was abducted via the river, in a boat. Looking at how shallow the river is, theres no way she, a strong swimmer, could have drowned in such shallow water, even if it was more fast flowing than usual. It would also explain why no sniffer dogs can locate her from that spot, if she was taken away via the water.

 

Still no word from those on the Teams phone meeting either, or any mention of who they are, which you'd think would also be key.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Great points. The dog's behaviour and Teams are leads that need to be followed.

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https://hugotalks.com/2023/02/10/nicola-bulley-media-bombardment-psyop-hugo-talks/

 

Hugo is makes a good point regarding the relentless level of media coverage, when considering the number of missing persons per year (who aren't found). I found a story on daily mail this morning, which i can't now locate, where a female said her male partner went missing a year ago in the same spot. And obviously no media coverage of that to this extent, and countless others no doubt. 

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MSM do like to show these "missing" women with bobble hats....

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And the also use "photos" that look like a different person...

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..who is supposedly also this person....

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,,,and that's before we even get into the utter shitshow clownworld business of the "CCTV footage" of a masked-up woman allegedly leaving the train station.

 

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4 hours ago, SuperstarNeilC said:

 

These pair look very similar could be the same person.

The mail have deliberately used these images side by side using auto suggestion to plant the words in bold firmly into everyones heads. even those who don't usually question things. T

Her "friend" in the first photo well she's got the false lashes on and mascara and heads at a different angle, possibly  sucking her cheeks in. Otherwise it could easily be the same woman .

I see these mothers in their 40s all the time on tinder fake nails, lashes etc and photos totally filtered. There's no way they look like that if you meet them. they always look absolutely shattered and especially first thing in the morning they'd look like a hot mess.

 

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4 hours ago, northern star said:

 

So the suspicious looking red van was parked on the closest possible piece of road to where she disappeared. The person who saw it found it suspicious enough to alert the police, even before they knew of the disappearance, and said they were very unimpressed at the attitude of the operator, which we can assume means they were uninterested or unhelpful. Massive lost opportunity for something so potentially important. Have they checked CCTVs and other doorbell cameras from that time period...the van must have been caught on camera somewhere, yet doesnt seem to be mentioned as part of the enquiry, or asking the public for info on it.

Very strange detective work!

As though todays cctv spy network can’t locate the van . Psyop 

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2 hours ago, itsnotallrightjack said:

 

Great points. The dog's behaviour and Teams are leads that need to be followed.

Yes she will have been taken away by a fast boat it’s the logical answer … maybe James Bond

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