An Amazing Polly research video:
“In the first half I show you a link I found between the Finders case & the McMartin PreSchool case.
In the second half I introduce some deep swamp activities & personalities in the state of Virginia.
Do these things all relate to one another? I think they do.”
Since the mid- to late-1980s, local area people could no longer take child abuse cases into their own hands (especially large cases in court) because a system was engineered to require centralized “expert” testimony. The McMartin case spanned a 7-year period and failed at that time, due to lack of evidence – “Tunnels? What Tunnels?”
Today, thanks to the “drain the swamp” movement, children are heard; thanks to technology, surely the tunnels would easily be found; “experts” might be found to be part of the problem, not the solution.