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Crisis Actors the EVIDENCE

There is a website that exists that is quite odd. That site is CrisisCast.com. The service the site provides is even more odd. Crisis Cast claims to have “Award winning roleplay actors and film makers specially trained in disaster and crisis management.”
“We dramatise events for emerging security needs in the UK, Middle East and worldwide. Our specialist roleplay actors – many with security clearance – are trained by behavioural psychologists and rigorously rehearsed in criminal and victim behaviour to help police, the army and the emergency services, hospitals, schools, local authorities, government, private security firms, shopping centres, airports, big business, criminal justice departments, media and the military to simulate incident environments for life saving procedures. We use state of the art British film industry techniques, props and special effects to help trainers deliver essential, hands-on, high octane crisis response and disaster management training. We also work with tr…

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Back to reality: Don't forget the MP paedo case has been dropped

A Terror attack in Brussels has dominated the media all day yesterday and today so BDTN wants to remind you that the VIP child abuse investigation was dropped the day before yesterday.

The Independent reported: 
The police investigation into an alleged Westminster VIP paedophile ring, Operation Midland, has been closed by the Metropolitan Police. It began in November 2014 after there were claims a number of boys were abused by a number of influential public figures over 30 years ago. In addition, it was claimed that three children were murdered by the ring. Advertisement: Justice For Jill special Join the dots from Ste Murray on Vimeo. The investigation, which cost £1.8 million, has come under intense criticism after a series of high profile suspects were acquitted and no arrest achieved. Operation Midland involved raids on the homes of 92-year-old D-Day veteran Lord Bramall and the late Lord Brittan. Late former prime minister Edward Heath was also named in connection with the inquiry. Defendi…

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