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Draft Letter to Prime Minister re Operation Grange - Comments Please

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Re: Draft Letter to Prime Minister re Operation Grange - Comments Please

Post by Cmaryholmes on 25.09.16 18:21

It's a great letter. Would sending copies to some respected journalists be appropriate, or are they an extinct species?

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Post by BlueBag on 25.09.16 18:26

There have never been that many respected journalists ever - John Pilger, Paul Foot maybe in my lifetime... I'm sure you can add to the list.

And none today in the MSM.

There are media outlets and agendas set at the top.

And people with careers working for them.
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Post by Verdi on 25.09.16 19:59

@Cmaryholmes wrote:
It's a great letter.
50% call my bluff and 50% mastermind - sublime!

Let's wait and see where this leads.  It's not like a FOI request or a petition, they can be passed off by the authorities easily enough - this a radically new approach that can't be ignored, side-tracked nor delayed on any pretext.

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Post by Roxyroo on 25.09.16 21:21

With regards to swelling numbers has anyone ever suggested doing a march or protest about this case? Maybe actually TO Downing Street?
I think there would def. be enough people. I don't know if this has been suggested before, sorry if so.


Yes, this has been mooted by several people in the past.

One suggestion has been to have a 'Day of Action' at the Houses of Parliament, where people could use the lobby system to speak to their MPs personally on the day - using the 'Green Card' system to get their MP to come up to the lobby and discuss any matter of concern. However, such a Day of Action might be supported by some people in the London area, but we doubt how many people beyond there would commit to travelling down to London for the day.

This thread is now closed, with many thanks to those who contributed to it, as the letter to Theresa May has now been sent - see this thread:

https://jillhavern.forumotion.net/t13163-letter-sent-today-to-the-prime-minister-and-sir-bernard-hogan-howe-suggesting-met-police-enquiry-into-maddie-mccann-mystery-is-not-genuine

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