I was fortunate to go to Las Vegas several years ago and while there we thought we'd go to a number of shows, including magicians.
So we booked tickets for David Copperfield and Lance Burton (who was recommended by a mate who was a bit of a magic geek).
We were sat right at the front of Copperfield's stage and before the start of the show, we were asked by a small team if we were press, and chatted for some time, and then we were asked if we would start a standing ovation at a specific cue. It was clear after the performance why we were asked about being press as we saw every trap door and could see how every trick was done. For a magic show it was incredibly poor. Copperfield also had an autocue for his "moving speech about his father".
Then Lance Burton was a more traditional magician, very good but heavily commercialised. He would award participating kids with his magic set that was available from his store next to the auditorium. He was plugging the shop relentlessly through the show. All a bit "meh".
Would much prefer to see Derren than those two again.
No, we didn't stand up at our cue, we were the first to leave.
So Cameron gives his support to Fiona Woolf. But it is an inquiry for the abuse victims not David Cameron so if the victims are not happy with appointing the friend of a key defendant then their concerns must be listened to.
The longer this goes on the more suspicious this looks. It seems that Cameron and May are trying to protect some very big names.
It's time the press and the police started a full investigation.
she's worth a look on facebook - she gets messages from the other side and posts them on her page (impressive huh). she is able to give lots of details of the spirit she is connected to, random names, dates etc - when i suggested she gave out a surname as well as christian name, she blocked me !!!