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TOPIC: Ayia Napa and British media
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Ayia Napa and British media 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
We can expect a heart breaking "interview" in a national tabloid with the British criminal woman, foolishly bravely waiving her anonymity for a large sum of money, describing in detail how she was multiple raped and then suffered even worse as Cyprus police (hint; paid by wealthy Israeli families) forced her to retract her claims. If there still exists a decent, honest UK paper, there will also be "the other side of the story" - interviewing the Israeli boys - just how many "consensual acts" were there (she has certainly admitted at least one, but there may be video footage and witness evidence of more)? Was one an underage child? His story. He might even waive anonymity for his photo and that of the other consensuals to be carried. The police story - a "leak" will expose the questions and answers. Was she taking recreational drugs or drink? If so, how much? How long did she wait before reporting the rapes? Are the stories correct that she was quite happy until learning there had been video filmed?

Then, after the media has carried the alternative ghastly tales, British politicians will decide what to do. Go with the flow and back the MeToo movement? And risk offending (and seriously damaging) Cyprus? Or do the rare thing - actually investigate the possible false allegation? That happens very occasionally; Carl Beech was the exception, not the rule. But the reason for the rarity is usually because British police have assisted the false accusers and don't want the spotlight on themselves. However, a chunk is also MEDIA. Politicians are terrified of backing the wrong side. If the feminist army is loud enough, who dares oppose them? Well, Boris Johnson once did ("spaffing money up the wall"). It rather depends on the second article (above). If it convinces, feminists will be very nervous supporting a paedophile.

Oh, such fun.
 
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Re:Ayia Napa and British media 1 Week, 6 Days ago  
Indeed.

The Victim Industry is off and running again. Wonder who her agent will be? The Epstein accuser has a PR agent.
Poor Max- taken before his time.
 
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