Wednesday 15 March 2023

Fiona Bruce, Nick Ross, Madeleine McCann, BBC


Boris Johnson's father Stanley Johnson 'broke the nose of his ex wife'.

The BBC's Fiona Bruce got into trouble when she mentioned this.

Anonymous  comments 


Fiona Bruce stepped in to fill Jill Dando’s shoes after the latter was murdered, becoming Nick Ross’s co-presenter on Crimewatch.

Bruce was born in what was then the State of Singapore, Malaysia, to an English mother and a Scottish father, who had a long career at UNILEVER.

Bruce’s longtime presenting colleague, Ross, is the son of Jewish immigrant Hans Rosenbluth, and is married to Esther Rantzen’s cousin, Sarah Caplin, the co-founder of ChildLine, now part of the NSPCC.

The NSPCC inducted Fiona Bruce into its Hall of Fame in 1999 in honour of her continued work on their behalf.

Bruce took over on Crimewatch from Dando following the latter’s death in 1999. At the time of her murder Dando had been trying to expose a paedophile ring at the BBC, according to reports.

Nick Ross once said that he’d “probably” watch child pornography to “see what all the fuss is about”. He has also said that “rape isn’t always rape” when the victim is drunk, with a boyfriend, or has gone “too far” by leading men on.

Ross has reportedly served two terms as an Ambassador for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) 2004–11, and has been a patron of the Jewish Association for the Mentally Ill.

Bruce’s career, like Ross’s, has gone from strength to strength. Conducting an interview with the parents of Madeleine McCann, Bruce declared: “One of the police officers in Portugal has been a thorn in your side for many years, he was thrown off the investigation but then he wrote a book … and you fought it through the courts.”

We associate the McCanns with Labour MP Margaret Hodge, former Liberal MP Clement Freud, and spin doctor Matthew Freud, whose details are recorded in the ‘Black Book’ of pedophile sex traffickers Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.

Margaret Hodge’s nephew, Philip Edmonds, was visiting the Ocean Club resort in Praia da Luz with his three sons at the same time Madeleine McCann was abducted - only to abruptly fly out with his sons within hours of the news of Madeleine's disappearance. (In his haste to leave the resort a day early, he forgot to check his family out). During the subsequent investigation, Edmonds claimed that on 3 May 2007 (the day Madeleine was reported missing) he had seen Madeleine playing behind his three sons in the play area of the Ocean Club.

Clement Freud had a holiday home in Praia da Luz where he “entertained the McCanns in the weeks and months after their daughter, Madeleine, vanished … It is here, on a hillside not far from where Madeleine disappeared, that the 'child abusing' BBC star bizarrely teased Kate about her being a nymphomaniac … Now Kate and Gerry McCann are said to be 'horrified' at claims the 'grandfatherly' figure who befriended them in Praia da Luz, was a child abuser.”

Clement’s son, Matthew, created a plum job for Kate and Gerry McCann's spokesman, Clarence Mitchell, the former BBC journalist who covered the violent death of Princess Diana. “The former BBC journalist has secured a 12-month contract at Freud but will not stop working with the McCanns, whose five-year-old daughter Madeleine has been missing for 16 months,” is how this was reported in September 2008.

Anonymous -

All the critics seem to be women attacking another woman with an extraordinary amount of aggression': Nick Ross defends former co-host Fiona Bruce


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