Why did Tony Blair and Gordon Brown rush MI5 to Portugal to ‘help’ the McCanns, and why were they demanding all photographs from everyone there?

The information put together by Richard D Hall is quite amazing.  In this part of his investigation, he examines why the British government showed such intense interest in the alleged abduction of Madeleine McCann.  It does make you wonder who else might have been involved.  Was there someone very high up in British politics present in Portugal during Madeleine McCann’s ‘disappearance’?  Blair or Brown possibly?

I’ve been watching Richard D Hall’s videos on the McCanns for hours.  They are totally gripping and it’s impossible to stop watching, as he closes the net.

 

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One Response to “Why did Tony Blair and Gordon Brown rush MI5 to Portugal to ‘help’ the McCanns, and why were they demanding all photographs from everyone there?”

  1. pete fairhurst says:

    I agree. The whole story stinks.

    Watch “McCann’s Embedded Confessions” too.

    http://www.richplanet.net/starship.php

    The “statement analysis” technique demonstrated by his guest is absolutely fascinating.

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