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Offline mike tesko

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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4200 on: June 11, 2019, 10:19:AM »
What a horrible thing to say and to publish at the peril of being exposed as a potential pedophile, who only includes such a reference in her book to it, but there was reasoning of sorts in the minds of those responsible for actually disposing of, hiding or concealing the body of Madeleine McCann..

My first instinct when challenged with the prospect of trying to come to terms with these factors was to believe that even if Madeline did and had died in some sort of an accident inside the McCann apartment, or whenever, that the parents and other members of the so-called tapas 9 group were more concerned with the strong possibility that Madeleine McCann was a victim of child sex abuse, at the hands of various members of the adult contingent of that group..

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that at any forthcoming inquest, any pathologist worth his or her weight in salt, would have easily found such evidence that Madeleine McCann was a sex abuse victim. This was and is why the parents and other members of their contingent keep harping on about the possibility that Madeleine had been abducted by pedophiles - but the truth of the matter was that Madeleine McCann was almost certainly exposed to acts of sexual abuse by members of the group...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4201 on: June 11, 2019, 10:35:AM »
What a horrible thing to say and to publish at the peril of being exposed as a potential pedophile, who only includes such a reference in her book to it, but there was reasoning of sorts in the minds of those responsible for actually disposing of, hiding or concealing the body of Madeleine McCann..

My first instinct when challenged with the prospect of trying to come to terms with these factors was to believe that even if Madeline did and had died in some sort of an accident inside the McCann apartment, or whenever, that the parents and other members of the so-called tapas 9 group were more concerned with the strong possibility that Madeleine McCann was a victim of child sex abuse, at the hands of various members of the adult contingent of that group..

And..

that at any forthcoming inquest, any pathologist worth his or her weight in salt, would have easily found such evidence that Madeleine McCann was a sex abuse victim. This was and is why the parents and other members of their contingent keep harping on about the possibility that Madeleine had been abducted by pedophiles - but the truth of the matter was that Madeleine McCann was almost certainly exposed to acts of sexual abuse by members of the group...

Parts of Madeleine McCanns anatomy have been cut and torn out of her little helpless body, similar to how Kate McCann says in her publication in an attempt to conceal the sexual abuse treatment she was exposed to at the hands of her parents and their jolly good friends...
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Re: The case of Madeleine McCann
« Reply #4202 on: June 17, 2019, 10:22:AM »
Parts of Madeleine McCanns anatomy have been cut and torn out of her little helpless body, similar to how Kate McCann says in her publication in an attempt to conceal the sexual abuse treatment she was exposed to at the hands of her parents and their jolly good friends...

Somewhat rather worryingly, I found a bone in the rear garden of the derelict building which I duly photographed. I do not profess to know whether or not this was a piece of human, or animal bone, but nevertheless there are experts out there who would know. I didn't have time to search beneath the piles and piles of garden waste that was strewn about all over in the rear garden. Furthermore, nobody else had done neither back at the time of the incident or since. How can I be sure of this? Well I am a gardener / landscaped gardener by trade, and all this garden waste, at least most of it from my brief examination of it, appeared not to have been disturbed or displaced from the point it was all dumped there originally.

Could the piece of bone which I discovered and photographed belong to the body parts of the missing child?
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