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Examiner Article - interesting wording

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Examiner Article - interesting wording

Post by Smokeandmirrors on 14.11.14 6:13

In this article it says "some" of the people to be questioned are not acquainted to the McCanns. Could be a poorly written article, but that bit jumped out at me!!!!

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Re: Examiner Article - interesting wording

Post by aiyoyo on 14.11.14 7:56

Investigators in the Madeleine McCann case continue pursuing answers over what happened to the three-year-old British girl who disappeared May 3, 2007 in Portugal. The Guardian reports Nov. 11 that police will question seven more people.

Some of those police are interested in talking with aren't acquainted with the McCann family. (Meaning some are?)

Two or three people will be declared "arguidos," which means they're formal suspects, according to Portuguese law. (
So Kate misled the Levenson Inquiry when she said arguidos mean "persons of interest").

ITV News reveals that the seven to be questioned are a British man and woman. They will be questioned as suspects in the Madeleine McCann investigation. (Poorly worded).

Two women will be questioned; one is British and the other is from Eastern or Central Europe. Five men, two British and three Portuguese, will be asked where they were at the time Madeleine disappeared. An additional four people will also be spoken to as witnesses. (Hmmm...interesting....out of the 7 to be interviewed, 3 are Brits).

Authorities will question the suspects and witnesses Nov. 24 through Nov. 28 in Faro. There are a few being questioned that have already spoken with police before.

Forensic analysis has come to light, which is why some of the suspects are asked to provide DNA samples. A British forensics specialist went to Portugal in October to take a second look at evidence taken from the Ocean Beach Club apartment in Praia da Luz where Madeleine and her parents stayed in 2007.

The theory so far is that a foreign visitor to Portugal might have abducted Madeleine McCann instead of a local.  (Hmmmm.....Interesting!)    Cell phone records are also being combed through in the investigation, which is where the case is at currently.

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Re: Examiner Article - interesting wording

Post by Bishop Brennan on 14.11.14 8:55

@aiyoyo wrote:[
The theory so far is that a foreign visitor to Portugal might have abducted Madeleine McCann instead of a local.  (Hmmmm.....Interesting!)    Cell phone records are also being combed through in the investigation, which is where the case is at currently.

A "foreign visitor". Someone on their hols, who - bored one night - decided to kill and abduct a girl from her apartment despite the 'regular' checking being done by the ever-vigilant parents...? A "visitor" is very different from an ex-pat which sounds more like the kind of person being lined up for this round of Pin the Crime on the Patsy. Lazy reporting and as such of little value I suspect.

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