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Revisiting the McCann Case

Renowned investigator Peter Hyatt, who specializes in deception detection and statement analysis primarily for law enforcement, gives a surprisingly straightforward perspective on the bizarre Madeleine McCann case. In 2007, the 3-year-old disappeared from her hotel bed while on vacation with her parents in Portugal and her whereabouts remain unknown.

While the case immediately attracted worldwide attention, so did it bring with it a flurry of conspiracy theories and “who done it” proclamations. Hyatt, appearing on Shaun Attwood’s Crime Podcast, says his independent probe continues to focus squarely on the parents as suspects, disavowing any kidnapping or sex-trafficking theories. He says when a child goes missing, the norm is to follow human nature. “So if a little girl goes missing, there’s an expectation that the parents are going to call out to her and the parents are going to tell us and guide us by their words.”

There was no such response from the McCanns. They never said she was kidnapped or expressed what she was going through, Hyatt says. “All the general expectations of calling out and doing anything they can to facilitate the flow of information, they weren’t doing. Their words confronted me with what they weren’t saying.” Tune in to hear more of Hyatt’s investigative technique and how he draws similarities between the McCann case and that of JonBenet Ramsey.

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Only Tough Choices Remain

As new cases explode all over the globe, with 5 new countries reporting their first cases, health authorities continue to give out puzzlingly incomplete, contradictory and sometimes even wrong information. While our view on Thailand is provisionally shifted back to “contained” our view is that Egypt is the next unannounced hotspot.

Given where we are in the story, we’re going to have to perform triage, meaning making tough choices over where to apply woefully inadequate resources. Our analysis concludes that even though there are numerous exciting vaccine candidates en route, we cannot expect them to arrive any time soon.

A vaccine is 6 – 18 months out (best case), which means that the Honey Badger virus will not be stopped before it makes a spring peak. With luck, we’ll have a vaccine in place before the fall/winter resumption of the illness (presuming it operates like a normal flu virus, which may not be the right way to look at it. We just don’t know). More from Chris Martenson.

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The number of coronavirus cases around the world has now surpassed 91,000. Seven new nations are reporting infections: Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Portugal, Senegal, Latvia, Tunisia and Morocco. More from Styxhexenhammer666.




FEMA is preparing for a possible national emergency declaration over the spread of coronavirus. This comes following additional deaths in Washington state. One wag in the comments section recommended setting up FEMA camps in Detroit, saying,  “They haven’t had a tourist since 1963.” More from Tim Pool.




The Democrats, of course, are blaming Trump for the coronavirus. They don’t have to have a valid reason to blame Trump for anything. Those yahoos could wake up tomorrow and blame Trump when the night falls, ending their perfect fay! More from Zeducation.

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This Wicked Agenda Is Global

Renowned researcher Sofia Smallstorm joins SGTReport to discuss a very wicked global agenda. Namely, there has been a 10-fold increase in the number of massive wildfires over the past couple of decades. None of this is accidental. It has to do with the imported Eucalyptus trees in California. There have been similar massive fires in other nations where Eucalyptus trees got imported from Australia, including Portugal. Watch and learn.




In Pursuit of Truth analyzes the latest Q posts. This is something we’ve seen before but it is so refreshing to see again — owing to the fact that Q is back, after an absence of a little more than three months. One of the more fascinating stories: The trial of Anthony Comello, 24, accused of killing crime boss Frank Cali because Cello was convinced that Cali meant to assassinate President Donald Trump. We also get some useful background on Prosecutor John Durham, who prefers to do his work more privately and stay out of the public purview.

Also quite interesting: How the North Korean President Kim Jong-Un declined to take President Barack Obama’s phone calls 11 times. More disturbing: Google’s AI Manhattan Project, a plan for global surveillance, looking into futuristic nightmares like Deep Mind and Deep Dream.




The [Deep State] is doing exactly what the patriots want them to do. They are exposing themselves to the public while destroying themselves at the same time. The cast of characters are all part of the same [DS] group and the WhistleBlower now has a WhistleBlower reporting them. The world is changing. The people are realizing who the real enemy is. Q drops more bread, lets us know that indictments are coming. We are now counting down and we are nearing t minus zero. More from the X22 Report.




It’s all a Clown Op! That’s the assessment of RedPill78, discussing the CIA-driven impeachment inquiry that the Democrats are mounting. If these are truth tellers, let them come out in the open and say what they have to say. If they cannot speak publicly, it’s an indication they are liars, like the Democrats almost always are. Also in this edition, the massive IG report will be released by Thanksgiving. And prosecutor John Durham is interviewing the former Australian foreign minister Alexander Downer.

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Q is dropping absolute fire. Take a look at the drops and prepare to have your mind…blown! More from Destroying the Illusion.

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Gay Pride in Lisbon

Black Pigeon Speaks visits a gay pride event in Lisbon. Not half as flamboyant as Sydney. San Francisco or Vancouver, the event is much closer to what Black Pigeon Speaks saw in Tokyo. Is it because the public in Portugal is more circumspect or does the Catholic Church still have some influence across southern Europe?




A new shock poll. Young people are growing much less tolerant toward the LGBT community. Here are several studies that DESTROY the narrative that young voters are more liberal!! More from Dr. Steve Turley.




Sargon of Akkad says the reason for the resistance to the LGBT is simple. If you push anything too hard and in one direction, the pendulum will swing back the opposite direction. More on The Thinkery.




Countries Inside Countries

A look at countries, large and small, that are completely within other countries or only accessible through a single neighbor. CGPGrey examines these nations with bizarre border issues.

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