Now that it appears Toronto is psyop central, I’ve decided to dig up.a few memorable, highly promoted cases.
A quick look, and the pervasive 11s appear.
I will never forget her very public mother reacting emotionally to either her disappearance or death on TV. It has bothered me to this day and perhaps now I know why.
Alison Parrott (September 28, 1974 – July 25, 1986), was an 11-year-old girl who went missing from her home in Toronto, Canada. Her remains were found two evenings later in a densely wooded area of Kings Mill Park.
At about 11 o’clock on the morning of …
Lesley, at work and got permission to attend the session (the same man had called 11 days earlier, while Alison had been at summer camp, asking for her).
.. May, 1987, Lesley Parrott, aided by colleagues at the advertising agency where she worked, launched the Canada-wide 220;Stay Alert…Stay Safe” program
The capture and trial was even more disgusting and odd. I’ll let you research that if you wish.
Here’s a link of a recent interview from J.C.
Here’s a link to the other mother/activist borne out of a 220;murder”
Interesting the two women seem to be from South Africa. As a commenter said, there are never any fathers speaking out. Both 220;became” activists, fundraisers, advocates, one even tried to become a politician. Certainly odd behaviour. The results were laws were changed. Another noble set of lies?No tags for this post.