Over the last year, the news was riddled with the WikiLeaks Podesta emails that revealed one of the most explosive scandals in Washington D.C. called PizzaGate. The emails posted online depicted a shocking underworld of pedophilia and murder that stunned the country. Of course, the mainstream media did their best to sweep this horrific story under the rug, but thankfully, there have been good citizens who won’t let it be forgotten. Internet sleuths around the world have dug into these emails and found a connection between the Podesta brothers and the cold case kidnapping of Madeleine McCann that occurred a decade ago.
Well, not only have internet investigators discovered the link between McCann and the Podesta brothers, but so did the detective who had been working on her abduction case, and apparently, he was getting too close since he was just found dead.
Over ten years ago the world was shocked by the disappearance of 3-year-old Madeleine McCann. To lose a child is every parent’s worst nightmare, and all these years later Kate and Gerry McCann have received no reprieve from the horror they live every day not knowing what happened to little Madeleine.
Just in case you forgot about this tragic story here is a brief rundown for you.
On May 3, 2007, Madeline McCann was abducted from her bed at a holiday apartment in Praia da Luz, a resort in the Algarve region of Portugal. Her disappearance has been a mystery, but now with the PizzaGate scandal breaking last year, there have been new leads that point right to Hillary Clintons campaign manager John Podesta and his brother Tony.
The McCann’s hired Kevin Halligen to lead the investigation who presented himself as a “cloak-and-dagger” type of spy. Halligen was used to working on tough cases and was definitely up for the challenge. Halligan stumbled on a lead that linked John and Tony Podesta thanks to e-fit sketched that looked very much like the brothers. Now over ten years since the murder, Kevin Halligen has been found dead at a mansion in Surrey, England and police are launching an investigation into his mysterious death.
Of course, the mainstream media will try and paint Halligen’s death as a mere coincidence, but that assumption would be false considering the amount of damaging information he had on the Podesta brothers.
Halligen at worked in the D.C. area for Oakley International, an intelligence operation that considered the Podesta Group to be an enemy and that is when things get interesting.
Here is more from Your News Wire:
Oakley International was based out of 2550 M Street, NW, Washington, DC. This address is also the office of Patton Boggs, Washington’s most politically-connected law firm, and lobbyist organization. When Halligan first moved to D.C. in 2005, he hired Patton Boggs to help set up his new business.
Through his close connection with Patton Boggs, Kevin Halligen was more than familiar with The Podesta Group. They are closely connected. Tony Podesta has gone on record on multiple occasions praising Tommy Boggs of Patton Boggs: “He’s a brilliant guy who invented what a lot of us do.”
Nick Allard, Patton Boggs co-chairman also returns the praise for Tony Podesta: “Tony and his group are the right people at the right time in the right place…Tom Boggs invented the lawyer-lobbyist model and Tony perfected it. They are probably the two giants of the modern practice. There is no one else in the same zip code.“
So there is no question Halligen knew about the Podestas and their reputation. Why did he link them to Madeleine McCann’s disappearance in Portugal? What dirt did Halligan have on the two powerful Democratic operatives?
Why did Kevin Halligen, hired by the McCann’s to investigate their daughter’s disappearance, produce e-fits closely resembling (beyond reasonable doubt) his client’s (Patton Boggs) biggest rivals?
Who persuaded – and why – Gerry and Kate McCann to put their faith in a random Washington DC-based private detective, and pay him $500,000, after he reached out to them telling them he could find their daughter?
These are all excellent questions that should be answered, but sadly with Halligen dead, we may never know.
This whole thing stinks to high heavens, and Kevin Halligen’s death seems very suspicious considering the information that he had about Madeleine McCann’s death. The Podesta brothers are very powerful men, and they will do whatever it takes to stay out of prison and protect the Clinton clan. While there is no definitive proof that the Podestas were involved, there is more than enough evidence to link them to the area.
In the Podesta emails, there were several emails deleted that occurred during the time frame that Madeline went missing. Is it possible that Halligen found these deleted emails and was able to link the brothers once and for all?
With all of this information, it only makes sense why people are questioning the death of Halligen and rightfully so. It is quite possible that Halligen got too close to the truth and paid the ultimate sacrifice for asking too many questions.
Now, it is up to the rest of us to keep pushing for answers since Madeline McCann’s life deserves that.
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H/T [Your News Wire]