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The objective and the determined

Kerry Grist-Needham (formerly Kerry Needham)

Since her twenty-one-month year old son Ben went missing on the Greek Island of Kos in July 1991, Ms. Grist-Needham has tirelessly campaigned to try and find him. Unlike with other cases, little help has been given by the authorities or charities. A volunteer named Scott Morrison has set up a website at http://www.helpfindben.co.uk and it truly deserves the support of each and every one of us.

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4 comments on “Kerry Grist-Needham (formerly Kerry Needham)”

  1. I totally agree with ‘Ridley’ – dignified,actually gets off her butt to search for her lost child )the fact Kate McCann didn’t, just sat making phone calls tells me she knew Maddie wasn’t lost imho)
    No PR man like Pinky Mitchell for the Needhams. No public-conning ‘Ltd Company’ masquerading as a ‘Charity’
    Enid O’ Dowd’s (ex-accountant) analysis of the ‘Maddie Fund’ was a real eye-opener even for a seasoned McCann-sceptic like me!
    It can be read on http://www.mccannfiles.com, and I believe on the Jill Havern site (Complete Mystery of Madeleine McCann)

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