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Now, even The Guardian...links to McCann-sceptic article on wizzed.com (but not yet to CMOMM or Richard Hall's films)

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Now, even The Guardian...links to McCann-sceptic article on wizzed.com (but not yet to CMOMM or Richard Hall's films)

Post by listener on 12.02.17 0:26

...website is now linking to sites 'raising doubts'.
(I really wish they had linked to this (CMOMM) site.)

Scroll down on this https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2017/feb/11/theresa-may-hard-brexit-public-backlash-icm-poll and, under 'promoted links from around the web', you find a pic of Madeleine, with the headline 'Maddie McCann Story Doesn't Add Up'
Clicking on that link takes you here http://wizzed.com/the-chilling-things-you-dont-know-about-the-disappearance-of-madeline-mccann/?utm_source=outbrain&utm_medium=001f65f1869b15d64176d76a02d15cccd9&utm_campaign=20170203-maddiev2-uk-desktop-outbrain-wizzed&utm_content=00aad7a5f98bd9e334aef51b223e155a51

As I said I wish they had linked here, but at least they are promoting the idea that 'there may be doubts' as to what yer westminster 'governments' ( puke  ) have fed you!

Edit - Lately, I have renewed faith that this case will (eventually) be concluded correctly. theresa has much bigger problems to deal with!
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Re: Now, even The Guardian...links to McCann-sceptic article on wizzed.com (but not yet to CMOMM or Richard Hall's films)

Post by Amy Dean on 12.02.17 12:05

Has the link been removed? It's not one that I can see.


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This is a direct link to the article which the Guardian mentioned:

http://wizzed.com/the-chilling-things-you-dont-know-about-the-disappearance-of-madeline-mccann/?utm_source=outbrain&utm_medium=001f65f1869b15d64176d76a02d15cccd9&utm_campaign=20170203-maddiev2-uk-desktop-outbrain-wizzed&utm_content=00aad7a5f98bd9e334aef51b223e155a51

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