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Support for Tony Bennett

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Support for Tony Bennett

Post by justme3 on 09.02.12 13:09

I used to post on here a while back, but for some reason I couldn't get back on. However, I had to keep trying today, because I want to say to Tony, Man, you are up there with the saints. You know the saying "a lie is half way around the World before truth has got its boots on" Well, it's been four years, Tony, and it looks as truth may be doing up its boot laces.

I was Justme, by the way.


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Post by scotclogs on 11.02.12 5:12

Well said justme3, I am a big fan of Tony he's a VERY BRAVE MAN youaretheman youaretheman Tony I have my :fingerscrossed for you

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Post by Cheshire Cat on 11.02.12 9:20

@scotclogs wrote:Well said justme3, I am a big fan of Tony he's a VERY BRAVE MAN Tony I have my for you

I am a big fan of both Tony Bennetts (the crooner and the justice seeker). "The Best Is Yet To Come"!
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Post by tiny on 11.02.12 12:55

i also support tony,he,s willing to stands up for what he believes in, even though it must be an awlfull ordeal for him to have to fight all the way to get the truth out there, when you up against the likes of cr who by foul deeds try to shut him up.

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Post by jay2001 on 11.02.12 18:33

I support Tony in his quest for the truth also. He is up against the most renowned lawyers in the UK and it will be a dreadful ordeal. How it's got this far beggars belief. Why do tm want to bankrupt him or see him in prison for his views? I've seen far more outrageous ideas on the net, but no action.

All Tony, Pat and Goncalo want to do is find out the truth and they've all had action taken against them. Mmmmm.


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