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Interesting thread on David Icke website

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Interesting thread on David Icke website

Post by Miss Trunchbull on 29.01.14 12:42

For anyone who hasn't read this, here's a link http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1061965870#post1061965870

It's got particularly interesting towards the end, where the talk is about a barn where some threads linked to the McCann's car have been allegedly found.

'Grange' means barn, and the whole investigation is called Operation Grange. sad

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Re: Interesting thread on David Icke website

Post by DurhamGuy1967 on 29.01.14 13:43

@Miss Trunchbull wrote:For anyone who hasn't read this, here's a link http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1061965870#post1061965870

It's got particularly interesting towards the end, where the talk is about a barn where some threads linked to the McCann's car have been allegedly found.

'Grange' means barn, and the whole investigation is called Operation Grange. sad
 
This was first reported in Dec 2007. See McCann Files ( http://www.mccannfiles.com/id33.html  
It puzzles me as there doesn't seem to be much to the South East of Pria de Luz apart from the sea and the south east area of Pria de Luz itself seems very residential. Interesting that a Portuguese word for barn also means cellar. Is it a miss translation?

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Re: Interesting thread on David Icke website

Post by tiny on 29.01.14 14:31

Just read this on david ikes forum,yes it is old news ,sounded promising at the time but nothing came of it
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Post by Miss Trunchbull on 29.01.14 14:35

I'm very disappointed. It seemed so promising when I was reading it last night. Oh well.

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Re: Interesting thread on David Icke website

Post by plebgate on 29.01.14 16:09

Could be someone reading here last week and posted it over there now?

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Re: Interesting thread on David Icke website

Post by Guest on 29.01.14 16:45

Yes worriedmom posted here asking the same question about the name.
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Post by plebgate on 29.01.14 22:29

Yes thanks Bellisa it was Worriedmom and she has posted again this week about it (I think).

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Post by Guest on 29.01.14 23:33

Yeah plebgate can't remember the thread but seen it this week.
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Post by sar on 30.01.14 0:00

any one recall any more about this?

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1061641448

and arrests in the work place?

Warning contains reference to sa vile

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Post by ultimaThule on 30.01.14 0:03

I'm getting an error code for your link, sar.
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