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Post by haroldd2 on 02.05.17 14:58

Does anyone know of any connections between people linked to the McCann affair and any of the following areas: the New Forest area, Bournemouth, or the Brighton area, Hove in particular?

Here's why I ask. Two days ago the "millionaire businessman" Guy Hedger was murdered in his large home in Ringwood, Dorset, by at least two masked men who broke into his house carrying a firearm at 3am. The murder patently obviously has the hallmarks of a professional hit. Yet the police responded almost straightaway by announcing that they were treating it as a burglary that went wrong. Familiar? That implies there was no motive to kill him. How on earth can that be decided so soon? It can't. Something smells here.

Whenever I hear a story like this, I ask whether the murdered person spoke six languages fluently, or had defence industry connections, or both. In this case, there may be other angles.

Who was Guy Hedger? He was a director of the Avonbourne International and Business and Enterprise Trust (AIBET). That company got itself some contracts to run some schools ("academies" as they are so ludicrously called) in Bournemouth. Nice work if you can get it.

What is the "international" dimension? You can read about some of that here. Bovine excrement such as "(implementing) Earth Charter principles into the curriculum of different subjects by which we could develop students’ skills so that they can make responsible decisions to support sustainable development and find solution to global problems". And "(c)reating an ethical future for us all". (Thanks guys!) Old hands will immediately suspect a possible Triodos Bank involvement.

Note in particular this bit:

4. The MILE project - improving access to education
Avonbourne was the lead school in the Comenius Regio project, ‘MILE’. This project addressed the inclusion of young people with EAL needs. The school has experienced a significant rise in the amount of students arriving in Education from migrant communities who have not sufficient language skills to allow them to access education. It was foreseen that the outcome of this would be that these young people would be unable to enter either the labour force or further education thus increasing NEETs in the local area. We thus piloted a strategy whereby bespoke intervention and personalised tracking was put in place for the target group outlined above and we developed a prototype of a “European Educational Passport” to allow mobility of children throughout Europe.

"NEET" means "Not in Education, Employment or Training".

What I just quoted may have sent some people to sleep, so I'll summarise the important bit: AIBET has piloted the personalised tracking of young disadvantaged people as they migrate throughout Europe.

The Trust states semi-literately that its partners are "predominantly from Businesses, some of which have an International dimension." Its partners include a private English language college in Bournemouth. (Think visas.) This is Richard Language College. Please, nobody worry about anything. It was last inspected by the British Council in 2014  and "it was found that (...) all publicity materials produced by the institution are accurate and truthful". In 2014, AIBET even got promoted in the Guardian.

Hedger had also been the brand and marketing director of "LV" (Liverpool Victoria), the insurance company, and had worked in a senior position at Direct Line, another insurer.

After the murder, early reports - such as this one in the Daily Telegraph - referred to the presence of another person in the house when Mr Hedger was shot. "One other person was in the property at the time and is said to be 'deeply traumatised' and being supported by officers."

It turns out that this was Mr Hedger's gay partner, his "husband", Simon-Pierre Hedger-Cooper. The Daily Mail says that Mr Hedger was "killed in front of his husband by masked gunman for their designer watches". Yeah, right.

Who is Simon-Pierre Hedger-Cooper? Well, one role that he has is as a director of the Clock Tower Sanctuary in Hove.

Hove should ring bells as part of the larger Brighton area in which a fair-sized part of the economy is dominated by gangsters, as anyone who knows about privately rented housing in that area (and there's a lot of it there) can confirm.

The Clock Tower Sanctuary supports homeless young people in the area, including many who have mental health problems. They liaise with dentists. I am not sure whether they have connections with medics. Anyone who works helping people to get privately-rented accommodation in the Brighton and Hove area will know about the gang network I'm talking about and the identity of the top guy in it (whom I will not name). Whenever a tenant rents accommodation from that network and ends up getting some kind of hassle from their landlord's goons (which happens a lot), the usual advice, which is also given to students by the University of Sussex Accommodation Office, is to get the hell out. Just saying. Those are mean streets.

Many of the young homeless in any area have been clients of social services and drug support agencies and in many cases they have been through children's care homes.

To recap: a male director of an agency that supports such disadvantaged people and who lives in a very upmarket home in the New Forest, has just had his "husband" shot dead in what looks like a professional assassination but which the police assured us practically immediately couldn't have been anything of the kind.


And oh look, the Avonbourne Trust is accredited by the Prince's Teaching Institute for six subjects. There's a housing estate called "Poundbury" in Dorset,  a kind of feudalist theme park built on the edge of Dorchester in accordance with Prince Charles's nutcase ideas.

One last thought:

expensive watches ... tracking


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Post by sar on 02.05.17 15:50

thanks haroldd2,

Much appreciated.

One of the giveaways was this:

After the murder, early reports - such as this one in the Daily Telegraph - referred to the presence of another person in the house when Mr Hedger was shot. "One other person was in the property at the time and is said to be 'deeply traumatised' and being supported by officers."

....an eyebrow raiser for me, bit like the old bill who was at a work do in the shard then popped next door for a meeting on tinder. Always so worried to say it how it is lest they offend, makes you wonder why. Your logic is flawless, perhaps you don't have all the pieces but you've probably worked out the puzzle...bit like when your a kid and you plug away at a jigsaw then someone says "Why don't you put together the edges first then you'll know roughly what your dealing with?" Some sound advice from my elders and wisers that has stood me in good stead for a number of years.
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Post by Mirage on 02.05.17 17:42

A burglary gone wrong! A man shot dead in front of his husband. Why did the culprit stop at one when discovered, presumably to preclude identification? That doesn't make sense to me at all. Neither does the instant summation by police before due diligence on motive/connections.

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Post by willowthewisp on 03.05.17 14:55

Hi Harold2,seems as tough you need to refer this burglary gone wrong to Operation Grange and Assistant Commander Mark Rowley?
whereby they rule out certain thesis,theories first and foremost,then construct a Remit of what you wish to follow accurately,never allowed to defer from the remit,top flight Police Detective Work,book him Danner,da da da?
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Post by RosieandSam on 03.05.17 15:44

Clarence Mitchell was the Tory Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Brighton Pavilion constituency in the heart of Brighton (2015).  He now lives in Brighton, East Sussex with his new partner.
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Post by Tony Bennett on 03.05.17 23:09

@haroldd2 wrote:Hove should ring bells as part of the larger Brighton area in which a fair-sized part of the economy is dominated by gangsters, as anyone who knows about privately rented housing in that area (and there's a lot of it there) can confirm.

The Clock Tower Sanctuary supports homeless young people in the area, including many who have mental health problems. They liaise with dentists. I am not sure whether they have connections with medics. Anyone who works helping people to get privately-rented accommodation in the Brighton and Hove area will know about the gang network I'm talking about and the identity of the top guy in it (whom I will not name).

REST SNIPPED
Surely you can be referring to none other than that rapacious slum landlord Nicholas van Hoogstraten, the multi-millionaire property magnate, who only last year was found to have ORDERED THE KILLING OF A BUSINESS RIVAL BY EMPLOYING TWO HIT MEN. The judge ordered him to pay £1.5 millon to the surviving members of the businessman's family >>>

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Dr Martin Roberts: "The evidence is that these are the pjyamas Madeleine wore on holiday in Praia da Luz. They were photographed and the photo handed to a press agency, who released it on 8 May, as the search for Madeleine continued. The McCanns held up these same pyjamas at two press conferences on 5 & 7June 2007. How could Madeleine have been abducted?"

Amelie Mcann (aged 2): "Maddie's jammies!".  

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