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iNEQE: Jim Gamble's creation + Mark Williams-Thomas + Dr Joe Sullivan + 'Glimpse CSA' + Missing People - and their connections with the Madeleine McCann case

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Post by Tony Bennett on 06.04.14 15:10

Am opening up this new thread to discuss the connections between the McCanns, the McCann Team, and:

* Jim Gamble
* Dr Joe Sullivan
* Mark Williams Thomas
* the Missing People charity and
* iNEQE, the creation I think of Jim Gamble after his resignation as Head of CEOP.

Cristobell on another thread has rightly drawn attention to this information about Dr Joe Sullivan, whom I understand is a 'psychologist':

 http://www.mccannfiles.com/id354.html

The strange career of Mark Williams-Thomas, his connections to the Madeleine McCann case and his rise to fame as the man who single-handedly exposed Jimmy Savile is another major area of interest. He claims to be a 'criminologist'.

We also had the case of Alan Pike, one of those who rushed out to Praia da Luz, and pretended to be a qualified psychologist - but was not.

Who exactly are these strange experts who surround the McCann case - and all rushed in the first few days to get involved?: Dr Joe Sullivan, Mark Williams-Thomas, Alan Pike - and also Ray Wyre, the self-proclaimed expert on sex offenders, who wrote a long article about paedophiles in the Daily Telegraph in relation to the Madeleine Mccann case on 10 May 2007, and later invited the McCanns over to spend the day with him?  

'Missing People' seems to be closely connected with them all. It almost seems like they are all part of the same 'club'.
 
I will now bring here a post I made about iNEQE yesterday on another thread:

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REPLY (to Cristobell on another thread):

The long-term relationship between Jim Gamble and the McCanns is indeed fascinating. It began of course with Jim Gamble's urgent demand to anyone who was holidaying in Praia da Luz that week: 'Send me your holiday snaps!'

And what you say is a 'cosy' relationship between Gamble and the McCanns seems to continue to this day. Not least in Jim Gamble's new work with the company he has founded: iNEQE, called this, apparently, because it is both 'innovative' and 'unique' (Wow!). Gamble has organised two conferences, in September 2013 and March 2014, with the peculiar title: 'Glimpse CSA'. The CSA stands for 'Child Sexual Abuse', so the somewhat bizarre title of these two conferences reads: "Glimpse Child Sexual Abuse". I am sure they could have thought up a better, more appropriate and suitable title.

These conferences had 5 keynote speakers.

One was Gamble himself.

Another was Dr Joe Sullivan, whose conference biography boasted that he was: "...CEOP's former Principal Forensic Physiologist, one of the foremost global experts on offender character and behaviour, the principal developer of the Behavioural Analysis Unit and adviser on major police enquiries including the Madeleine McCann investigation...

A third of the 5 keynote speakers was Mark Williams-Thomas, the self-proclaimed expert on child sex offenders who has pontificated on the Madeleine McCann case many times. He famously said that the abductions of Madeleine McCann in 2007 and 8-year-old Portuguese girl Joana Cipriano in 2005 had 'remarkable parallels', apparently being unaware that when he made this idiotic remark, Joana's mother and uncle were already two years into 16-year jail terms for the brutal murder of Joana. Incidentally, in his 'Glimpse CSA' conference biography, he modestly described himself as ,quote: "TV presenter, criminologist, child protection expert and former detective; the man who unmasked Jimmy Savile as one the UK's worst predatory paedophiles".

It does seem remarkable that 3 out of 5 keynote speakers at a Child Sexual Abuse Conference should all have such a very close connection with the McCann case, especially since, after 7 years of investigations costing tens of millions, we have no idea whether Madeleine was a victim of child sexual abuse or not.


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Post by Woofer on 06.04.14 15:28

Good thread.

IMO JG`s part in this affair has its roots in Operation Ore.
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Post by jeanmonroe on 06.04.14 15:43

Hmmm.

ALL middle aged men with a particular 'penchant' for the 'safety' of underaged girls!

Do they 'exchange' their 'horrific' photos/videos of 'abuse' between themselves?

It would certainly be a good 'cover' for a 'ring' wouldn't it?

'Research, ol' boy, research'

Mr Walsh said: "Within two minutes a madam came up to us and said, 'What are you looking for?' and Mr Gamble said: 'We're looking for young girls' ' She brought over three or four girls that were (about) 12 or 13 years old - very, very young."

Mr Gamble told her they wanted younger girls, Mr Walsh said. He said the woman replied: "What do you want? We have six and seven-year-old boys and girls. I can arrange that off premises."
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Mr Gamble said: 'We're looking for young girls'

Mr Gamble told her they wanted younger (than 12/13 years old) girls.

Just the sort of questions you'd expect a middle aged male 'executive' (self appointed) of INEQE to be asking........................NOT!

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Post by Tony Bennett on 06.04.14 16:10

@jeanmonroe wrote:Hmmm.

ALL middle aged men with a particular 'penchant' for the 'safety' of underaged girls!

Do they 'exchange' their 'horrific' photos/videos of 'abuse' between themselves?

It would certainly be a good 'cover' for a 'ring' wouldn't it?

'Research, ol' boy, research'
Mark Wiliams-Thomas openly admits to watching a lot of child sexual abuse online.

As you say, jeanmonroe, purely in the interests of 'research'.

However, he is not a police officer. In fact, he left Surrey Police under very controversial circumstances
 (see 'The Mark Williams-Thomas thread').

If he is not a police officer and not authorised by a named police force to view such images, he may be committing a criminal offence.


ETA:

Dr Joe Sullivan is Co-Director of Mentor Forensics, along with his co-partner Valerie Sheehan:   http://mentorforensics.com/key-staff/   He does a lot of work for the courts on child sexual abuse cases.

But then so did Ray Wyre.

Valerie Sheehan is quoted in this article:

 

‘Unhelpful’ preconceptions on online child abuse
By Claire O’Sullivan


Monday, October 28, 2013
 
We must stop thinking that those viewing online child pornography are a lower risk to children than a person convicted for sexually abusing a child, according to a leading child protection consultant.

As online child abuse is a recent phenomenon, there is a lack of academic research in the area and subsequently, a number of "unhelpful" preconceptions have taken root, said Valerie Sheehan, a director of Mentor Forensic Services.

However, she says "the more we research in this area, the more we understand that the nature of harm that these offenders can pose can be very broad".

A study in the US showed that amongst internet offenders undergoing treatment, 85% admitted to having sexually abused minors. Lie detector tests backed up their assertions.

"You must remember that the average age that a child is first aroused by another child is 13.5 years and so when dealing with online offenders, we need to ask them about their past as well as their future," Ms Sheehan told a child protection and social work conference in Cork.

"It is vitally important that a thorough assessment is carried out on those who are caught with abusive online images. This must be done so that proper safeguarding can take place."

She said children who sexually abuse before the age of nine are not doing it for sex but more often because of violent, sexually violent, and neglectful childhoods.

Fiachra Ó Súilleabháin, a principal social worker in Cork, told the conferences focus groups have been held where teenage girls have admitted to researchers that they are having sexual encounters with older men they meet online and gay teenagers are also meeting older gay men.

Dr Ó Súilleabháin warned that research does show that young people with "a greater sense of self" are less likely to take part in risky sexual behaviour.

Meanwhile, a psychologist said children as young as 10 are sexting and that it is widespread in secondary schools. Director of Internet Safety for Schools Ireland, Maureen Griffin, said parents need to talk to their children about sexting — sending explicit texts and pictures by phone.

One in four second-level students who responded to questionnaires admitted they had sent sexts, said Dr Griffin.

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Post by j.rob on 06.04.14 17:19

I think it is suspicious that not only do the McCanns' suggest paedophilia as a motive for Madeleine's 'disappearance, they also suggest that Madeleine and the twins may have been drugged. Kate gives much weight to both these. So I think that these provide important clues as to what may have happened to Madeleine. 

Interestingly, despite Kate claiming that she noticed a strange stain on Madeleine's pyjama top on the morning she disappeared (to effectively lend weight to a suggestion that the 'abductor' may have entered the apartment the night before and drugged her but fled empty-handed) the McCanns wait THREE months to have hair analysis done on. By which time it is likely to be a waste of time.


This child sex abuser was caught when the parents - who had trusted him with their children due to his status as a police doctor - became suspicious as their child was so sleepy and hair analysis tests revealed they had been drugged with sedatives and then sexually abused. 


http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/hampshire/dorset/3687429.stm

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1464003/15-years-for-police-doctor-but-did-he-rape-other-girls.html

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Post by Snifferdog on 07.04.14 8:09

@jeanmonroe wrote:Hmmm.

ALL middle aged men with a particular 'penchant' for the 'safety' of underaged girls!

Do they 'exchange' their 'horrific' photos/videos of 'abuse' between themselves?

It would certainly be a good 'cover' for a 'ring' wouldn't it?

'Research, ol' boy, research'

Mr Walsh said: "Within two minutes a madam came up to us and said, 'What are you looking for?' and Mr Gamble said: 'We're looking for young girls' ' She brought over three or four girls that were (about) 12 or 13 years old - very, very young."

Mr Gamble told her they wanted younger girls, Mr Walsh said. He said the woman replied: "What do you want? We have six and seven-year-old boys and girls. I can arrange that off premises."
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Mr Gamble said: 'We're looking for young girls'

Mr Gamble told her they wanted younger (than 12/13 years old) girls.

Just the sort of questions you'd expect a middle aged male 'executive' (self appointed) of INEQE to be asking........................NOT!
So very true Jean Munroe. I do wonder what kind of "research" Mark Williams Thomas and other unqualified "researchers" of child pornography achieve, and what benefit it affords abused children. Do they hand their information thus gleaned to the relevant authorities? Do they download and keep the images on their computers? Lastly do they get psycological counciling to help them deal with what must be a traumatic experience, or do they not find it so? A very grey area here.
Imo. It could make for an excellent cover, a paedophiles Dream Job. I can't help but see a picture of a red shiny apple with corrupting worms inside.
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Post by j.rob on 11.04.14 18:47

It's shocking that the Gasper statements were withheld for so long. There are a great many red flags in this case that point in a very unpleasant direction. Yvonne Martin was suspicious of DP and the Mcs. When I look at footage of GC in various videos, I find his behaviour, body language and the words he uses strange.

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Post by Guest on 11.04.14 21:39

That's the problem with all of these abbreviations. One letter wrong and message gone ...
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Post by tigger on 23.09.14 15:50

Most peculiar opening page on the website, pretty hard to work out what they're offering.  Could be adventure holidays for all I know. winkwink

Jim  Gamble is on the board of directors so must be the right outfit but beats me what service they are offering, could we all be associates?  They're asking for associates - doing what? Where'? How?
This looks like something dreamt up after an intensive business course by people who are going to do errrm something, definitely something, so that must be it. Glad we've worked that out.  splat

Who We Are?

Ineqe Group is a dynamic company offering a wide spectrum of services that help identify, mitigate and manage problems. We do this by providing access to some of the most experienced contemporary advisors.Whether it is criminal justice programs of reform, transformation or specialist training; child protection, abuse, internet safety, bullying or trafficking; opportunities to capitalise on new media communication platforms or by developing mobile solutions, we can offer you the right advice, the right training and the best technical solutions.

With such a wide range of expertise, our associates will offer you an unrivalled confidential, personal and professional service. We will work with you to decide on solutions that best suit your business needs.Working across three linked areas, we offer specialist advice focusing on the protection of people, critical infrastructure, systems and reputation.

Above all, Ineqe  seeks to advance reputational protection through a measured series of steps to identify, reduce and manage your risk profile and enhance your business continuity planning and preparedness.

About Us

People often ask why we choose the name INEQE. It’s easy really, it’s a combination of the two things we aspire to be, innovative and unique – INEQE.

Our Associates

Ineqe Group have over 130 associates from a wide spectrum of backgrounds, each bringing valuable experience. Their collective skill sets means we can offer a wide range of services that focus on providing  contemporary solutions in a very flexible way.  Whether our clients need a single advisor or a multi-skilled team to deploy at home or abroad, our associate base enables us to respond quickly to any request.

Register to become an associate ???
Meet the Team

The Team
The Directors
Non-Executive Directors
Board Strategic Advisors

HANNAH PAUL
Media Production Manager
After graduating from Queens University, Belfast, Hannah completed her Masters degree at Trinity College, Dublin. Her academic understanding is balanced by practical engagement working with vulnerable children in Kosovo and India. Hannah is currently completing an LLM in Human

RONNIE CARTMILL
Head of Learning and Development
M.Ed. PGDip PGCE FIFL MCMI. Ronnie has over 18 years experience in training development, course construction and training management roles. He was the Head of Trainer Development at the Northern Ireland Police College and spent 5 years as a Course Tutor with Canterbury Christ Church University Post Compulsory Teacher Training Programme.


SAKIL BARBHUIYA
App Developer
Sakil holds a Masters in Advanced Computer Systems Development from the University of the West Scotland and achieved his Bachelors degree in Computer and Communication Engineering from the International Islamic University Chittagong. He leads on our technical solutions program and specialises in iOS .

GABI BURNSIDE
Projects and Events Co-ordinator
After completing her primary degree, Gabi studied for her Masters in Management and Corporate Governance at the University of Ulster Jordanstown. Her dissertation focused on Corporate Social Responsibility. She co-ordinates our Safe and Secure Schools and Colleges program and our conferences and workshops.

GRAEME BAIRD
Accounts Manager
Graeme is a qualified trainer with extensive experience delivering close protection training. In addition, he is responsible for the day to day management of accounts.

RACHEL BAXTER
Research Analyst
Rachel graduated from the University of Ulster with a first class honours degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice & was awarded Best Dissertation in 2012/13 by the Faculty of Social Sciences. At INEQE Group, she completed research for the ‘Safe & Secure Schools & Colleges’ programme focusing on keeping children and young people safer online.

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Post by aquila on 23.09.14 18:48

@tigger wrote:Most peculiar opening page on the website, pretty hard to work out what they're offering.  Could be adventure holidays for all I know. winkwink

Jim  Gamble is on the board of directors so must be the right outfit but beats me what service they are offering, could we all be associates?  They're asking for associates - doing  what? Where'? How?
This looks like something dreamt up after an intensive business course by people who are going to do errrm something, definitely something, so that must be it. Glad we've worked that out.  splat

Who We Are?

Ineqe Group is a dynamic company offering a wide spectrum of services that help identify, mitigate and manage problems. We do this by providing access to some of the most experienced contemporary advisors.Whether it is criminal justice programs of reform, transformation or specialist training; child protection, abuse, internet safety, bullying or trafficking; opportunities to capitalise on new media communication platforms or by developing mobile solutions, we can offer you the right advice, the right training and the best technical solutions.

With such a wide range of expertise, our associates will offer you an unrivalled confidential, personal and professional service. We will work with you to decide on solutions that best suit your business needs.Working across three linked areas, we offer specialist advice focusing on the protection of people, critical infrastructure, systems and reputation.

Above all, Ineqe  seeks to advance reputational protection through a measured series of steps to identify, reduce and manage your risk profile and enhance your business continuity planning and preparedness.

About Us

People often ask why we choose the name INEQE. It’s easy really, it’s a combination of the two things we aspire to be, innovative and unique – INEQE.

Our Associates

Ineqe Group have over 130 associates from a wide spectrum of backgrounds, each bringing valuable experience. Their collective skill sets means we can offer a wide range of services that focus on providing  contemporary solutions in a very flexible way.  Whether our clients need a single advisor or a multi-skilled team to deploy at home or abroad, our associate base enables us to respond quickly to any request.

Register to become an associate ???
Meet the Team

The Team
The Directors
Non-Executive Directors
Board Strategic Advisors

HANNAH PAUL
Media Production Manager
After graduating from Queens University, Belfast, Hannah completed her Masters degree at Trinity College, Dublin. Her academic understanding is balanced by practical engagement working with vulnerable children in Kosovo and India. Hannah is currently completing an LLM in Human

RONNIE CARTMILL
Head of Learning and Development
M.Ed. PGDip PGCE FIFL MCMI. Ronnie has over 18 years experience in training development, course construction and training management roles. He was the Head of Trainer Development at the Northern Ireland Police College and spent 5 years as a Course Tutor with Canterbury Christ Church University Post Compulsory Teacher Training Programme.


SAKIL BARBHUIYA
App Developer
Sakil holds a Masters in Advanced Computer Systems Development from the University of the West Scotland and achieved his Bachelors degree in Computer and Communication Engineering from the International Islamic University Chittagong. He leads on our technical solutions program and specialises in iOS .

GABI BURNSIDE
Projects and Events Co-ordinator
After completing her primary degree, Gabi studied for her Masters in Management and Corporate Governance at the University of Ulster Jordanstown. Her dissertation focused on Corporate Social Responsibility. She co-ordinates our Safe and Secure Schools and Colleges program and our conferences and workshops.

GRAEME BAIRD
Accounts Manager
Graeme is a qualified trainer with extensive experience delivering close protection training. In addition, he is responsible for the day to day management of accounts.

RACHEL BAXTER
Research Analyst
Rachel graduated from the University of Ulster with a first class honours degree in Criminology & Criminal Justice & was awarded Best Dissertation in 2012/13 by the Faculty of Social Sciences. At INEQE Group, she completed research for the ‘Safe & Secure Schools & Colleges’ programme focusing on keeping children and young people safer online.
Great post Tigger.
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Jim Gamble's outfit...

Post by missbeetle on 23.09.14 20:40

Seconded - and I will add that Ineqe looks halfway to 'iniquity' to me.

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Post by Nina on 23.09.14 21:01

Wow, I have many of the letters Ronnie has, Had I been available I could have helped out spin

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Post by Doug D on 23.09.14 21:15

Obviously part of his 'ineqe' role:
 
CHSCB team
The CHSCB has a dedicated and enthusiastic team of staff who support all aspects of the Board’s work. The team structure is outlined here:

 City & Hackney Safeguarding Children Board

 Position Name Contact No Email Address
 Independent Chair Jim Gamble  jim@ineqe.com
 Senior Professional Advisor to the CHSCB
 Rory McCallum 0208 356 4042 rory.mccallum@hackney.gov.uk
 Board ManagerAngela Bent 020 8356 3348angela.bent@hackney.gov.uk
 Local Authority Designated Officer Janet Lamb 020 8356 4569 janet.lamb@hackney.gov.uk
 Business & Performance Manager Sandra Reid 020 8356 4175 sandra.reid@hackney.gov.uk
 Community Partnership Advisor Leethen Bartholomew 020 8356 6371 leethen.bartholomew@hackney.gov.uk
 Multi-Agency Training Coordinator Muna Rahman 020 8356 4826 muna.rahman@hackney.gov.uk
 Board Coordinator Andrew Merkley 020 8356 4183  andrew.merkley@hackney.gov.uk
 Child Death Overview Panel & Rapid Response Coordinator Kerry Littleford 020 8356 1070 kerry.littleford@hackney.gov.uk
 
http://www.chscb.org.uk/content/6/

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Post by Guest on 23.09.14 21:34

Two of iNEQE clients are Sky News and the BBC.  Do they pay iNEQE each time JG speaks to them?
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Post by sharonl on 23.09.14 22:09

This is an old article, just revived by someone on Twitter.  I'll post it here before its whooshed

Watching child porn 'need not mean prison'



By John Steele, Crime Correspondent
12:01AM BST 02 Jun 2007

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A police chief who heads the leading child protection agency provoked a fierce row yesterday after suggesting that paedophiles convicted of viewing child pornography should not necessarily go to prison.
Jim Gamble, the chief executive of the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), believes some sex offenders should be encouraged to seek treatment rather than serve jail terms.
He said police and other agencies needed to "engage with the predators".
Mr Gamble, who took the job last year after 25 years as a regular police officer, told the BBC: "We shouldn't be sending everyone that ever commits an offence - particularly of the viewing kind - to prison."
Some offenders could be "managed" and dealt with by a police caution in a way that allowed them to maintain their lives and their families.
It was time to adopt a more "intelligent posture" in tackling the problem. People with a "deviant sexual interest in children" should get help before they "live out that fantasy".
He also suggested paedophile-related offending was taking place on a scale much greater and was more worrying than the picture disclosed in Operation Ore.
This is the police inquiry into up to 7,000 Britons who used credit cards to see violent abuse of children on a US website.
Mr Gamble said that in the past year there had been a 1,000 per cent increase in reports to CEOP of suspected paedophile activity.
In court, many of the men convicted of downloading images in Operation Ore cases have escaped prison - usually if they were shown to have had few, "less severe" images, not to have distributed them and not to have been a frequent user of the site.
Mr Gamble said each case had to be judged by its own criteria, with assessment of any offending history and the risk the man may pose.
He stressed that he was not suggesting non-custodial sentences for sex offenders who raped children or "produced" images to place online. But he said there might be people "at the beginning of the spiral of abuse who are going online because they do have a sexual desire for children. These people may benefit from a police caution and management" in the community.
Michele Elliott, the director of the children's charity, Kidscape, said: "I agree with him that these people need treatment. However, to treat them in the community sends a message that what they have done is not very serious.
"If you download child pornography, you are as guilty as those taking the photographs. A child is abused for your pleasure. That means prison.
"Jim Gamble is effectively saying 'we've caught people doing something that's abhorrent, but we've got too many to deal with', but that's crazy."
Donald Findlater, of the child protection charity the Lucy Faithfull Foundation, said: "I agree that we must not diminish the gravity of child pornography; we mustn't assume that it's OK to look.
"But Jim Gamble is right that the scale of the problem is such that we simply cannot leave it to police, courts and prisons to deal with it."

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Post by Garrincha on 23.09.14 22:15

“we offer specialist advice focusing on the protection of people....and reputation...above all, Ineqe seeks to advance reputational protection through a measured series of steps to identify, reduce and manage your risk profile”
 
I really hope I’m wrong but IMO this sounds like a whitewash brigade touting for business


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Post by Woofer on 23.09.14 22:17

Blimey - I`d forgotten about that.

Makes one wonder if anyone went for `treatment` in PdL.
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Post by sharonl on 23.09.14 22:31

@Woofer wrote:Blimey - I`d forgotten about that.

Makes one wonder if anyone went for `treatment` in PdL.


They visited Ray Wyre who worked along similar lines as Gamble

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Post by Guest on 23.09.14 22:45

@missbeetle wrote:Seconded - and I will add that Ineqe looks halfway to 'iniquity' to me.

The same way CEOP always seems to me to be a conflation of psy-op and cyclops.
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Post by missbeetle on 23.09.14 22:52

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@missbeetle wrote:Seconded - and I will add that Ineqe looks halfway to 'iniquity' to me.

The same way CEOP always seems to me to be a conflation of psy-op and cyclops.

I'd chuck Cheops in there, too.

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Post by Doug D on 24.09.14 7:44

Snipped from his Linked-In profile:




This is a link to the Dutch National Crime Squad and logo.

Can't be right, can it?

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