posted on Nov, 27 2016 @ 08:30 PM
a reply to: VigiliaProcuratio
Well the rule of mammalian predation. Would require the victim being observed (stalked), and then taken without confrontation. Which may be the case
. Someone at the holiday centre, would have had to do this. They would have observed that their was a window of opportunity, as the group had pre
booked the restaurant for the week. Then checked the kids at half hourly intervals, once the routine had been set probably around the third night they
would be certain of getting the grab right.Someone who knew this fact, knew they had a week to act. Madeline fitted the taste criteria, for the
predator . It looks like who ever she ended up with , like fine wine knew what they wanted. Blond white and young.
Then it gets interesting and predictable, not from the point of view of evidence, but profile type leads.
We know that within hours after the reported abduction, A Chancellor and a Prime minister got involved. I would say that, their was a high
probability at that stage they knew who did it. Then a known paedophile MP ingratiates himself into the inquiry, (Classic) who lived a third of a mile
away , and was friends with an American procurer of innocents. The Chancellor, would have known of the MP's predilections, they might have shared
them, at the funeral he said he was a national treasure. The Prime minister at that time also is associated with Epstein a Known offender. Kate Gerry
and Madeline didn't have a chance.
With regards to the Australian 60 minute documentary, the pressure to convict these people is growing, so they throw the oldest and weakest of the
heard to the hyenas. Then learn a salient lesson, if you leave a victim alive, at some stage you will be found out.