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Post by BigRon on 11.10.13 19:05

Hi all

Within the last hour I have tweeted to @MayorOfLondon the following question:

Can MOPAC explain why Op Grange has spent over £3 million of public funds without investigating the McCanns? #McCann

Some people have kindly pointed out that my £3 million figure is out of date and inadequate to cover the current cost

I have followed this up with

Tiny change needed in the Op Grange remit Swap word abduction for disappearance Remit too narrow and presumptive #McCann

Have had some positive responses in terms of ReTweets/Favourites

If you guys want to get reTweeting/Favouriting then please feel free.

And please do NOT follow my account on Twitter - I do not want to be accused of using this subject to promote the book I am self publishing (which is entirely unrelated) I would never dream of using Maddie's situation for self promotion. If someone else wants to take responsibility for the Tweet I am more than happy for them to do so. Just want to spread the word as far and wide as possible.

So if anyone has lots of followers please compose new Tweet so you're the one who gets RT'd etc


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Post by sweetex on 11.10.13 19:26


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@MayorOfLondon Can MOPAC explain why Op Grange has spent millions of public funds without investigating the McCanns? #McCann

"Today, the only person prosecuted in the case of the disappearance of little Madeleine McCann is the officer who conducted the investigation. "

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Post by BigRon on 11.10.13 19:29

Bless you for that! There's been enough scamming in this case already - hope you get lots of responses


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Post by plebgate on 11.10.13 19:33

Well done you two.   Sweetex please keep us updated.  Thank you.smilie


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