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To all the dumbass Canucks out there – here’s a message for you:
Think. Just think.
Aydin Coban is not Tyler Boo.
Look at the news. Amanda challenges him to meet. He says he is a three-hour flight away. That’s not in Holland. That’s in the good old USA. Here’s more proof:
It’s going to be a busy, busy week.
Aydin Coban’s case is discussed in court on Thursday. It’ll be interesting.
It’s all getting a bit complicated. Norwegian cops notified Dutch cops way back in 2012 that a Norwegian girl was in trouble. They had the ip address and it came from Oisterwijk. This is incredibly odd, and I will say more about it later. For now, I will just say that it’s odd that a criminal who the Dutch cops say was some sort of online whiz would use exactly the same computer over at least two years. I haven’t got all the details yet, but it appears that either the ip address is shared (from wifi) or it has been hacked. It’s also peculiar that Aydin was referred to as some sort of itinerant, yet seems to have occupied the same house for more than two years if this is true.
It’s not easy working in Dutch, but I will try my best. Whatever I find out, I’ll let you know. Maybe r0ra will lend a hand if he still reads this.
After the court case on Thursday, there is a Dutch TV programme scheduled for that night. It’s this programme that alleges the Norwegian involvement.
On Friday, we have another 5th Estate programme in Canada. What will that have to say? What will it reveal? The last effort was piss-poor (remember the cretinous narrator saying that Amanda seemed to be staring at her own image on webcam? Anyone with the slightest knowledge would know she was reading messages).
I’m guessing that the 5th Estate garbage will be fabricated. Regular readers will know that I went through the last one, cutting it up into 0.2 second sections and learning the full RCMP email details and the full Tyler Boo dates. Will they be stupid enough to do that sort of thing again? I find it highly suspicious that both the Dutch and the Canadians have staged ‘re-enactments’ showing different versions of the Tyler Boo encounter.