Madeleine McCann Stephen Birch, corpse found -(Government Cover-up) SHARE PLEASE





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Published on Jul 6, 2012

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Please sign the PETITION at Avaaz.org "Digging for Madeleiene Mccann -

South-African, Stephen Birch conducted a private independent investigation, and on 23 June 2012 located the remains of Madeleine McCann, buried under a gravel driveway, 130 meters from where she went missing, in Praia da Luz Portugal (Algarve) in the property known as Casa Liliana, and owned by Jenny Murat.

Prime Ministers Gordon Brown & Jose Socrates prevented a diplomatic crisis developing between Portugal & England while in the process of signing the Treaty of Lisbon, by closing the case prematurely 15 months after MADELEINE MCCANN went missing. This amounted to a criminal action being committed by both Prime Ministers.

Stephen Birch provided his findings to Portugals Attorney General & Portugal's Prime Minister. The Portuguese government have refused to date, to dig up the gravel driveway, despite - 250 articles newspaper articles worldwide having reported Stephen's findings.


MADELEINE'S PARENTS advised the Huffington Post via their attorney"s Carter Ruck, on the 19th September 2012 that they do not support "digging up" the driveway to establish whether their daughter is buried underneath it !!!

This despite 3 US, 1 British and 1 South African expert in ground penetrating radar, confirming that something lies buried beneath the Murat driveway.The driveway is constructed of gravel, and was build over the body in early 2008.

Ralph Baird Texas EquuSearch (USA)
"dig it up or probe it and see what is there; it's a small task- the digging."

Gretchen E. Freund- UIT System (USA)
"There are anomalous features in the GPR data that may be due to remains, but whether or not the data indicates the presence of remains cannot be determined solely from the GPR data. You must dig to find out."

Michael Wolmarans, Imbila Location Services CC (South Africa)
"there is a distinct sign of a void. This suggests that the ground has been disturbed by digging. Below the void there is an object, though it is not possible to say what it is without excavating. If this were my own investigation, I would have little doubt that an excavation of the area is required."

(Please share on facebook) sbirch@birchorganisation.com


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