Hollie’s story is attracting a world wide audience!Sunday, 07 March 2010 08:40 Added by PT Editor maysaa jarour E-mail Print PDFSalmond2UK, March 7, 2010 (Pal Telegraph) -Since my last article Hollie's story is bouncing around the world at a phenomenal pace. Entireshows of between 30 minutes to 1 hour are focusing on this terrible story which not only involvespedophilia at a very high level but also murder.It has been discussed on three US stations so far (one being for one hour) and also one station inSpain (also one hour). There are supporters now in almost every corner of the globe with aspecial thank you coming from Australia that historically had the same terrible cases of sexualabuse in children homes. This problem is not unique but Hollie's case touched a few heartsbecause of the fact she suffered from Down Syndrome and they also murdered her dear uncleRobert.It is important to keep this case alive in order to keep it in the international arena. The UK mediahas not covered this story in any shape or form which may be do to the fact that people inextremely high places are implicated or that the media has been gagged by the judicial system.What they fail to understand is that this issue will not go away and it will shake the veryfoundation of British Politics.The pedophilia web extends well beyond those in high authority in Scotland and encompassesmany others in England. It strikes at the heart of London with, believe it or not, a past connectionto NATO. One could search the archives of Scotland's Sunday Herald but all traces of the originalreport on pedophilia, its connection to people in high places, the government establishment of "Operation Ore," The Dublane Masacre and much more has for some strange reason beendeleted from its archives.Crash_Gordon2It is common knowledge that throughout the world archives are in generalaccessible unless it is highly controversial!.......what has the governments of Scotland and the UKdone to the British Media....have they been gagged or have they been served with a D Notice D-Notice which is an official request to news editors not to publish or broadcast items on specifiedsubjects for reasons of national security.....in this case its to avoid gross embarrassment to headsof government or senior ministers. I think it is a disgrace that a D Notice is abused in such a waywhen it is clearly nothing to do with national security. On the contrary I would consider anyoneinvolved at Military or NATO level in pedophilia would in actual fact be considered a security risk!What was it that the Sunday Herald exposed at the time? It was stated that the information thathad been gathered could topple the Prime Minister Tony Blair. The article which was by NeilMackay indicated that senior members of Tony Blair's government were being investigated for pedophilia and the "enjoyment" of child-sex pornography. It should also be understood that thepolice launched Operation Ore in 1999 to deal with child sex offenders etcWe have to bring in the Dunblane Masacre into this story as it is very relevant and involved a ringof pedophiles. The person that carried out this terrible attack on innocent children was himself apedophile and yet the inquiry did not follow this line or that of any connection to other people inhigh places. All we know is that the topic of Pedophilia suddenly disappeared out of thenewspaper in a rather abrupt way and to this day is no longer considered to be headlines.Everyone following Hollie Greigs story knows that this is an exceptional story which not onlyreveals the manipulation of the law in high places but also the fact that some of those highofficials are themselves Pedophiles. If one adds to this the murder of Hollie's uncle than we cantruly say that this could be regarded as a scoop......in the UK not a mention of this case hasappeared in our newspapers or on radio and yet overseas it certainly is headlines.