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Loose ends of the case only cleared up with the process reopened

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Post by sharonl on Sun Mar 11, 2012 6:09 am

http://joana-morais.blogspot.com/2012/03/loose-ends-of-case-only-cleared-up-with.html

The discovery of new indicia could lead to the formal reopening of the process. If this occurs, proceedings can be made in order to fill up the voids in the case. One of them has to do with the analysis of the hair samples, found in the trunk of a car, rented by the McCann couple 20 days after the disappearance of their daughter.

At that time, the hairs fibres were sent to a Laboratory in Birmingham, that admitted that they could belong to Maddie. However, since they had no roots, it was not possible to identify [and extract nuclear] the DNA. They were returned.

Today that problem seems to have been overcomed. There are now laboratories in Germany and in Holland with the technical capacity to identify the DNA using rootless hairs. They may even provide information on possible drug substances that have been ingested.

It should be recalled, that at the time, information was divulged that the children were given pharmaceuticals drugs in order to help them fall asleep.


Page two of Fiona Payne Statement given to DC 1485 MESSIAH of the Leicestershire Police Major Crime Team in 10 April 2008


00.53.22 1485 “Did the twins wake up at all?”

Reply “They didn’t. They didn’t”.

1485 “In the aftermath?”

Reply “No, and that was the other thing, she kept going into the twins, she kept putting her hands on the twins to check they were breathing, she was very much concerned in checking that they were okay. But they were okay, I mean, they were fine, they didn’t, they were asleep, but at the time it did seem weird, I remember thinking, you know, when the Police came they turned the lights on, there was loads of noise, obviously from the moment Kate discovered that Madeleine was gone, the screaming and the shouting and there was a lot of noise and they, they didn’t, you know, so much as blink”.



*ongoing translation

in Jornal de Notícias, page 3, March 10, 2012 | Online paid edition

Note: These are short articles and further details added to Jornal de Notícias 2 pages news article dedicated to the Madeleine McCann case. To be read along with «Maddie Case: PJ/Oporto has already been on the field in the Algarve» and with «Virtual reconstitution tests witnesses’ version».

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Post by Guest on Sun Mar 11, 2012 7:28 am

[quote="sharonl"]At that time, the hairs fibres were sent to a Laboratory in Birmingham, that admitted that they could belong to Maddie. However, since they had no roots, it was not possible to identify [and extract nuclear] the DNA. They were returned./quote]

I am very surprised about that, as I thought there was a letter in the files somewhere stating they were to be destroyed by the FSS.
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Post by Guest on Sun Mar 11, 2012 7:40 am



It's a bit too early in the morning for me to put my thinking cap on, but this is the letter I was referring to. Maybe they did manage to get them back in the end.
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It's a bit too early in the morning for me to put my thinking cap on, but this is the letter I was referring to. Maybe they did manage to get them back in the end.

ETA This is the link to other forensic pages http://www.mccannpjfiles.co.uk/PJ/JOHN_LOWE.htm#p9p2282
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