Cleo Smith, the police dismantle the “conspiracy theory”. And a nightmare scenario unfolds

Cleo Smith, the police dismantle the “conspiracy theory”. And a nightmare scenario unfolds
Cleo Smith, the police dismantle the “conspiracy theory”. And a nightmare scenario unfolds

The investigations on the baby do not stop Cleo Smith, the 4-year-old girl who disappeared from a camping in Australia on Saturday night. While the investigation continues, the police have dismantled the conspiracy theory that surrounded the case and indeed warned to start preparing for the worst: “Nightmare scenarios.”

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Cleo Smith, police debunk the conspiracy theory. Shocking scenario makes its way

On the disappearance of Cleo Smith the police denied the conspiracy theory according to which the child would never have been inside the Bowholes campsite. The rumors began to circulate when Deputy Commissioner Darryl Gaunt pointed out Wednesday that no guest of the facility had seen the little girl after the arrival of her family, which took place around 18:30: “None – explained guest of the radio 6PR – L ‘has seen in public ». The imaginative hypotheses, however, immediately stopped when the commissioner himself made it known that there are, however, other evidence, not disclosed by the police, which instead ensure its presence.

Meanwhile, the Western Australian police, after days of fruitless searching, are very worried. Inspector Jon Munday said officers were preparing for the “nightmare scenario” while law enforcement was working on two hypotheses, which Cleo she left the tent of her own free will and went away, or someone took it: «We will be here – explained the inspector – until we are sure that it is not in this area. We are now extending the search to areas that Cleo could have walked alone. ”


Last updated: Wednesday 20 October 2021, 13:14

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