PEDOGATE: 5 Creepy Facts About Madeleine McCann

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from Mr. Gunk:

Five Creepy Facts About The Madeleine McCann Case


3rd of May, 2007. Madeleine McCann vanishes from Praia da Luz, Algarve, Portugal. Police suspects the parents but New Scotland Yard interfere with the case. 11 years and 12 million pounds later. This case remains unsolved.


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  1. Craig Escaped Detroit

    February 7, 2018 at 8:24 am

    I went to Youtube and did a search with THESE terms= “reverse speech Madeleine McCann”.

    If you’re not familiar with what “reverse speech” is all about, you’ll dismiss it at first, but later, as it sinks in…you’ll be amazed.

    Listening to some of the “reverses” by the “parents” during various interviews, it seems clear that they knew what happened and were part of a coverup involving a billionaire pedophile and likely satanic sex trafficking ring.

    There’s a LOT of videos of “reverse speech” out there, including O.J. Simpson admitting to murder (“I garroted her” and “she cowl’d my attack”) … the term “cowl” or cowelling is often used to describe a boxing defensive move where you put up your arms in front of your face to block an attack.

    There’s been a lot of research on reverse speech since it was discovered by an Australian researcher.

    There are reverses by celebrities, and some “space alien type confessions” by NASA & Military people giving speeches or interviews.

  2. Craig Escaped Detroit

    February 7, 2018 at 8:28 am

    I would have added this “edit” to my post… to say that Nicole Brown Smith (O.J.’s dead wife), had wounds on her forearms that were “defensive moves” by the victim trying to block the knife attacks. Her forearms had slash marks on them because she was “cowelling” the attacks.

    She was not successful enough, because the strong attacker prevailed.

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