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Madeleine McCann: timeline of her disappearance

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Madeleine McCann: timeline of her disappearance

Post by Jill Havern on 25.04.12 11:25

Here is a timeline of the key events since she disappeared from Praia da Luz in Portugal in 2007.
Madeleine was nearly four when she went missing from her family's holiday flat in Praia da Luz in the Algarve on May 3 2007 Photo: PA

11:19AM BST 25 Apr 2012

2007

:: May 3 - Kate and Gerry McCann, from Rothley, Leicestershire, leave their three children asleep in their holiday apartment in Praia da Luz Praia da Luz while they dine with friends at a nearby tapas restaurant.

Nothing is amiss when Mr McCann checks on the youngsters at just after 9pm, but when his wife goes back at about 10pm she finds three-year-old Madeleine missing.

Jane Tanner, one of the friends eating with the McCanns, later reports seeing a man carrying a child away earlier that night.

:: May 5 - Portuguese police reveal they believe Madeleine was abducted but is still alive and in Portugal, and say they have a sketch of a suspect.
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:: May 14 - Detectives take Anglo-Portuguese man Robert Murat in for questioning and make him an "arguido", or official suspect.

Officers also search the home he shares with his mother in Praia Da Luz, just 100 yards from where the youngster was snatched.

:: May 25 - Detectives finally release the description of the man reported by Jane Tanner three weeks earlier following pressure from the McCanns, their legal team and the British Government.

:: May 30 - Mr and Mrs McCann meet the Pope in Rome in the first of a series of trips around Europe and beyond to highlight the search for their daughter.

:: August 6 - A Portuguese newspaper reports that British sniffer dogs have found traces of blood on a wall in the McCanns' holiday apartment.

:: August 11 - Exactly 100 days after Madeleine disappeared, investigating officers publicly acknowledge for the first time that she could be dead.

:: August 31 - The McCanns launch a libel action against newspaper Tal and Qual over a front-page story which claimed police believe they killed their daughter.

:: September 7 - During further questioning of Mr and Mrs McCann, detectives make them both "arguidos" in their daughter's disappearance.

:: September 9 - The McCanns fly back to England with their two-year-old twins Sean and Amelie.

:: October 2 - Goncalo Amaral, the detective in charge of the inquiry, is removed from the case after criticising the British police in a Portuguese newspaper interview.

:: October 9 - The case is taken over by Paulo Rebelo, a senior detective with Portugal's investigative Policia Judiciaria normally based in Lisbon.

:: October 25 - The McCanns release a new artist's impression drawn by an FBI-trained expert showing the man described by Jane Tanner.

:: November 1 - Mr McCann returns to work as a consultant cardiologist at Leicester's Glenfield Hospital.

:: December 22 - Mr and Mrs McCann send a public message to their daughter, telling her: "Our only Christmas wish is for you to be back with us again."

2008

:: February 4 - Portugal's top detective, Alipio Ribeiro, says in a radio interview that police were "hasty" in making Madeleine's parents suspects in her disappearance.

:: March 19 - Mr and Mrs McCann accept £550,000 libel damages and front-page apologies from Express Newspapers over allegations they were responsible for Madeleine's death.

:: April 7 - Three Portuguese detectives, led by Mr Rebelo, fly to Britain to re-interview the seven friends on holiday with the McCanns when Madeleine vanished.

:: April 10 - Speaking in Brussels, Mr and Mrs McCann call for a Europe-wide missing child alert system.

But this is overshadowed by a leak of the couple's first police interviews, which reveals that Madeleine asked her mother on the morning before she vanished: "Mummy, why didn't you come when we were crying last night?"

:: April 26 - In an interview for a BBC Radio 4 documentary, Mr McCann says he believes his daughter is still "probably alive" and that there is "absolutely zero" evidence to suggest otherwise.

:: April 30 - An ITV documentary reveals that the McCanns almost decided against leaving their children behind when they went out on the night Madeleine disappeared.

:: May 3 - A tearful Mrs McCann urges people to "pray like mad" for Madeleine as she and her family mark the first anniversary of the little girl's disappearance.

:: July 17 - Mr Murat receives £600,000 in libel damages from four newspaper groups over "seriously defamatory" articles connecting him with the child's disappearance.

:: July 21 - The Portuguese authorities shelve their investigation and lift the "arguido" status of the McCanns and Mr Murat.

:: July 24 - Mr Amaral publishes a book about the case, entitled The Truth Of The Lie, in which he alleges that the young girl died in her family's holiday flat on May 3.

:: August 4 - Thousands of pages of evidence from the Portuguese police files in the exhaustive investigation into Madeleine's disappearance are made public.

They reveal details of the lines of inquiry pursued by detectives, witness statements and scores of previously unknown sightings of the little girl.

2009

:: January 13 - Mr McCann returns to Portugal for the first time since coming back to the UK without his daughter.

:: January 29 - Nearly £2 million was raised for the official fund to find Madeleine in the first 10 months after she went missing, Companies House accounts show.

:: March 24 - The McCanns launch a localised new appeal for information focused on the area in the Algarve where Madeleine disappeared.

:: April 4 - Mr McCann goes back to Portugal to help film a reconstruction of the events on the night his daughter vanished for a new Channel 4 documentary.

:: April 22 - The McCanns fly to the US to record an interview with celebrated chat show host Oprah Winfrey to mark two years since Madeleine's disappearance.

:: May 16 - The McCanns announce they will sue Mr Amaral over comments he made in the media.

:: May 22 - It emerges that British convicted paedophile Raymond Hewlett is being investigated in connection with Madeleine's disappearance. He is later ruled out.

:: September 23 - The McCanns return to Portugal together for the first time in more than two years. They meet lawyers and a PR agency in Lisbon but do not visit the resort where they last saw their daughter.

A Portuguese judge grants an injunction temporarily banning sales and further publication of a book by former police detective Goncalo Amaral, Maddie: The Truth about the Lie, which was originally published in July 2008.

:: October 21 - Shirts emblazoned with pictures of Madeleine are handed out ahead of Everton FC's Europa League tie with Portuguese team Benfica in Lisbon. The words "We're Still Looking For You" are printed on them.

:: November 3 - A one-minute video message - produced in seven languages - is launched by Britain's Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre, showing new images of how the girl might look more than two years older.

:: December 13 - The McCanns return to Praia da Luz, the resort they were staying at when Madeleine disappeared, while visiting Portugal for a court case over a book claiming she is dead.

2010

:: January 28 - A video of the McCann's search for Madeleine is shown at a fund-raising event in London in January to mark the 1,000th day since Madeleine's disappearance.

:: February - Mr Amaral fails to overturn a ban on his book about Madeleine. Mr McCann says new information was not being followed up by Portuguese police.

:: April 28 - Near the third anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance, Mr McCann says it is "incredibly frustrating" that police in Portugal and the UK had not been actively looking for Madeleine "for a very long time".

:: March 6 - The McCanns criticise the release of previously unseen Portuguese police files on their daughter's case to British newspapers. The 2,000-page dossier details dozens of possible sightings of Madeleine since she disappeared.::

:: May 2 - The McCanns release a video online which shows the couple trying to find their missing child over the past three years. It was originally shown in January.

:: August - Kate and Gerry McCann hold private talks with Home Secretary Theresa May.

:: October - A court in Lisbon overturns a ban on the book Goncalo Amaral in which he questioned the couple's accounts of their daughter's disappearance.

:: November - The McCanns sign a publishing deal to write a book about their daughter's disappearance. They also launch a petition calling for a full review of the case by the UK and Portugal.

2011

:: May 3 - The McCanns mark the fourth anniversary of Madeleine's disappearance with family and friends.

:: May 12 - In an open letter in the Sun newspaper, the McCanns ask the Prime Minister to launch an "independent, transparent and comprehensive" review of all information relating to the disappearance of their daughter.

They publish a book, entitled Madeleine, which the couple hope will prompt people holding vital information about what happened to Madeleine to come forward. Sale proceeds will go towards the Find Madeleine fund.

:: May 13 - Prime Minister David Cameron writes to the McCanns telling them the home secretary will be in touch to set out "new action" involving the Metropolitan Police.

:: July 28 - The Mccann family spokesman dampens speculation of a possible breakthrough in the search for missing Madeleine after a sighting was reported in India.

:: November - Giving evidence to the Leveson Inquiry, Mrs McCann describes feeling "violated" and like "climbing into a hole and not coming out" when her intensely private journal appeared in the News of the World on September 14, 2008.

2012

:: April 17 - Spanish police search for Madeleine in a Costa del Sol holiday resort following a tip-off from colleagues in Portugal.

:: April 24 - British police conducting an ongoing review into Madeleine's disappearance say their investigation offers the “best opportunity” to solve the mystery. Detectives say it is the first time information from all sources has is pooled.

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Re: Madeleine McCann: timeline of her disappearance

Post by Guest on 25.04.12 15:29

They seem to have omitted Martin Grimes, and Eddie and Keela in that timeline, Juneor July I think.
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Re: Madeleine McCann: timeline of her disappearance

Post by pauline on 25.04.12 16:36

Shouldn't the timeline mention the Fund (Ltd company) established only days after she disappeared, and presumably at considerable expense?

A very very unusual step to take at that point in a missing child case.
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Re: Madeleine McCann: timeline of her disappearance

Post by Jill Havern on 25.04.12 16:52

Here's another timeline of events since Maddie disappeared

"A timeline of events extracted from an article by Seamus McGuigan on the Madeleine Foundation website - which is now banned as a result of threatened libel action by Brian Kennedy. However, I have permission from MF to publish this, as there is nothing in the timeline itself which could be considered libellous".



A timeline of events

1. 3 May 2007: Madeleine McCann reported missing

2. 5 May 2007: Date that Marcos Aragão Correia says he attended his first-ever Spiritualist Church meeting in Madeira, and says he had ‘supernatural indications’ about what really happened to Madeleine McCann

3. May 2007: A number of ‘sightings’ of Madeleine in Morocco

4. 10-13 June 2007: McCanns visit Morocco; meet top Moroccan officials

5. 11 June 2007: McCanns informed by the Foreign Office that Gonçalo Amaral and four other detectives have now been charged with assault on Leonor Cipriano and falsifying reports, based on Cipriano’s allegations made a year earlier

6. 31 August 2007: Clara Torres said she took a photo of Bushra Bishina, being carried on the back of a Moroccan peasant woman, on this date (see 25 September below)

7. 7 September 2007 (Friday): McCanns made arguidos

8. 10 September 2007: Devastating police report by Inspector Tavares de Almeida suggesting that the evidence points to Madeleine dying in McCanns’ holiday apartment: McCanns leave Portugal

9. 12 September 2007: According to Dr Kate McCann’s book ‘madeleine’, this was the day the McCanns first knew about Kennedy, when Kennedy’s in-house lawyer to his Latium group of companies, Freemason Edward Smethurst, contacted Dr Gerald McCann offering Kennedy’s help

10. 14 September 2007: Kennedy took Smethurst to a meeting at Solicitors Kingsley Napley. Also present were Dr Gerald McCann, Dr Kate McCann, Solicitor Angus McBride (who drove up to Rothley to collect the McCanns), top Solicitor Michael Caplan QC (an expert in extradition proccedings) and at least two members of staff of security company Control Risks Group

11. At this meeting Brian Kennedy agreed to help fund lawyers’ fees and some of the costs of the private investigation. The precise financial arrangements have never been disclosed - and press statements from the McCann Team about the extent of Brian Kennedy’s help have been contradictory. At this meeting, Smethurst was appointed ‘The McCanns’ Co-ordinating Lawyer’

12. It is likley that at this meeting, Brian Kennedy was given authority to run the private investigations, in conjunction with the McCanns and Clarence Mitchell, the McCanns’ chief reputation manager. Since September 2007, or possibly earlier, Kennedy funded and directed the McCanns’ private investigation operation from a house in Knutsford: There are credible suggestions that he was involved in the case before then

13. 15 September 2007 (Saturday): The McCanns’ public relations spokesman, Justine McGuinness, resigns

14. 16 September 2007: John McCann, Trustee if the Find Madeleine Fund, announces an £80,000 advertising campaign to be spent on publicising Madeleine’s disappearance in Morocco, Spain and Portugal

15. One day later (17 September 2007, Clarence Mitchell officially resigned from the Civil Service and began to be employed full-time by the McCanns

16. Three days after (20 September 2007), another lawyers’ meeting was held where the McCanns met five lawyers: Michael Caplan QC, Angus McBride, Edward Smethurst and Portuguese lawyers Carlos Pinto de Abreu and Rogerio Alves, ‘President of the Portuguese Bar’ (barristers’ association)

17. 22 September 2007: first public announcement of Brian Kennedy’s involvement in helping the McCanns, in the Liverpool Daily Echo

18. 23 September 2007: McCann Team falsely claim that Control Risks Group was only brought in recently. In fact, they had been involved from the first week after Madeleine was reported misisng

19. 25 September 2007: Nearly all Britain’s media carry photos of Bushra Bishina, a pale-skinned girl being carried by a Moroccan peasant, taken by Clara Torres (see above). Many headlines like: ‘Could this be Madeleine?’

20. 25 or 26 September 2007: Kennedy flies out in his private jet to Rabat and meets Ali El Bouazaout, one of Kennedy’s ‘investigators’ in Morocco

21. September 2007: Kennedy chose controversial Spanish detective agency, Método 3, to run the McCanns’ private investigation, handing them a 6-month contract. The decision was taken by Brian Kennedy and the McCanns and not by the Trustees of the Find Madeleine Fund.

22.Summary of Information about Método 3:
(a) 1986: Founded by Marita Fernandez Lado, mother of Francisco Marco
(b) 1995: Credible allegations that the firm was invovled in illegal ’phone-tapping and other illegal activity, but the charges were dropped
(c) Current boss Francisco Marco said on the record that Método 3’s main activ was ‘investgatimg company fraud’
(d) When Método 3 were hired, Mr Marco claimed he had ‘a 100% success rate’ and had ‘reunited 23 missing children and teenagers with their families’. Despite many enquiries, he never substantiated these claims.

23. Método 3’s activities during their 6-month contract:
(a) Sep & Oct 2007: generating ‘sightings’ of Madeleine, mostly in Morocco
(b) Oct 2007?: appointing lawyer Marcos Aragão Correia to help them
(c) Oct-Dec 2007: developing stories implicating Robert Murat and Michaela Walczuk in Madeleine’s disappearance
(d) Oct 2007: António Jimenez from Método 3, former Head of the Catalonia Anti-Kidnapping and Trafficking Unit, and later, according to Francisco Marco, ‘Head of our Madeleine McCann investigation’, contacts current Head of the Catalonia Unit seeking to meet with Portuguese Police
(e) Mid-Oct 2007: António Jimenez of Metodo 3 travels to Morocco with Moroccan ex-pat living in Spain, Naoual Malhi, to research her claimed sighting of Madeleine in Fnideq, Morocco
(f) 19 October 2007: Head of Catalonia Anti-Kidnapping Unit contacts Portuguese Police to arrange a meeting, claiming that Método 3 has relevant evidence for the Madeleine McCann investigation to give them. He says: ‘Brian Kennedy, not the McCanns’, is funding Método 3
(g) 13 November 2007: António Jimenez from Método 3 attends meeting in Portimão with Portuguese Police and Brian Kennedy
(h) Early December 2007, Spanish TV company Antena stated they had Método 3’s permission to reveal that they were ‘receiving their payment from Brian Kennedy not Madeleine's Fund nor from anyone else’. This was contrary to what the McCann Team were saying in England
(i) 10 December 2007: Two staff from Método 3 met Marcos Aragão Correia at the Arade Dam, southern Portugal: they planned the Arade Dam story
(j) December 2007: Francisco Marco, Método 3’s boss, boasted that they knew where Madeleine was and she ‘could be home by Christmas’
(k) Late 2007: Método 3 allegedly placed a tracking device on Robert Murat’s car and investigated allegations that Método 3 operatives were harassing Murat, a claim supported by his mother, Jennifer Murat
(l) Early 2008? A detective from Método 3 was questioned over claims that he had run over a man in a car and attempted to murder him - in relation to information the man said he had about the murder of Joana Cipriano
(m)Early 2008: António Jimenez accused of having taken several British journalists to meet witnesses who had apparently been paid in advance to say that they had seen Madeleine in Morocco
(n) February 2008: António Jimenez arrested in a case involving serious allegations of theft of and dealing in cocaine. Clarence Mitchell lies by telling the press that Jimenez is ‘nothing to do with us’
(o) Paid Aragão Correia to make two searches the Arade Dam in February and March for Madeleine’s body, and attended during the searches; Correia originally boasted that he was paying for the searches himself
(p)2008: Although again the McCann Team have put out contradictory statements about how much Metodo 3 were paid, most of their statements suggest the figure was around £250,000. Later in 2008, Método 3 issued a statement saying they were paid ‘far less’ than this
(q)August 2008: Método 3 threaten to sue the British press for defamation

24. 2 October 2007: Gonçalo Amaral dismissed from the Madeleine McCann

25. Late October: Daily Mail journalist flies out to Morocco to follow up Naoual Malhi’s claims of Madeleine being held high in the Rif mountains

26. 12 November 2007: Madeira court hears Aragão Correia’s case against the Portuguese postal service for allegedly failing to deliver a Recorded Delivery letter to the McCanns. He loses and has to pay 100 euros costs

27. 13 November 2007: Brian Kennedy attends two meetings in Portugal, one with the Policia Judiciária (Portuguese Police) and Francisco Marco and Jimenez of Método 3; at the second he had his lawyer Smethurst with him and dined at the Eveleighs’ house with Robert Murat, Robert Murat’s lawyer, Francisco Pagarete, his mother, Jennifer Murat, and his aunt and uncle Ralph Eveleigh and Sally Eveleigh. Kennedy says it is to ask Murat for help in solving the mystery of what really happened to Madeleine. It is more likely to have been some kind of ‘deal’ between Kennedy and Murat

28. 4 February 2008: first report, by Press Association, featuring news of a search of the Arade Dam, Portugal, for Madeleine’s remains, by Marcos Aragão Correia, who is described in the article as ‘a good Samaritan’

29. February 2008: The Find Madeleine Fund meet with Brian Kennedy to review Método 3’s contract. Método 3’s contract was not terminated after 6 months. They carried on working for Kennedy for at least a year after March 2008, though ‘on a part-time basis’

30. 10 March 2008: Second search of Arade Dam by Marcos Aragão Correia

31. 14 March 2008: ‘Bag of bones’ is found in the Arade Dam

32. Approx April 2008: Kennedy appoints Kevin Halligen, one-man owner of Red Defence International and Oakley International, to investigate Madeleine’s disappearance. He is paid either £300,000 or over £500,000 (reports differ) for his work

33. 8 April 2008: Portuguese lawyer Aragão Correia, at the request of Método 3, who are employed by Kennedy, visits child murderess Leonor Cipriano in prison and agrees to help her with her prosecution of Gonçalo Amaral and four other detectives who, she says, beat a confession out of her

34. 22 July 2008: Portuguese Attorney-General archives the investigation into Madeleine’s disappearance, saying there is no evidence of any particular individual committing a crime in relation to Madeleine’s disappearance; shortly afterwards, Gonçalo Amaral publishes ‘The Truth About A Lie’

35. October 2008: McCann Team’s contract with Halligen/Oakley International terminated without the public being given one firm fact about who the abductor might be or where Madeleine may have been taken

36. iJet Director reveals (in 2009) that the McCann Team, while Halligen was in charge of their private investigation (Apr-Oct 2008) never followed up a single ’phone call to their ‘information hotline’

37. 21 October 2008: Trial of Gonçalo Amaral opens in Faro to hear Leonor Cipriano’s claim that he and four other detectives beat a confession out of her. She sensationally announces that she has ditched her former lawyers and has appointed Marcos Aragão Correia to represent her

38. November 2008: Probable date that Brian Kennedy hired Dave Edgar

39. 10 January 2009: the domain name ‘alphaig.co.uk’ was registered by Andrew Dickman, who is a long-term friend of Kennedy and inextricably associated with Brian Kennedy’s own company, the Latium Group

40. April 2009: McCann Team generate stories about paedophile Raymond Hewlett being a possible suspect in relation to Madeleine’s abduction

41. 2 May 2009: British media inform the public for the first time about Dave Edgar and Arthur Cowley, claiming they run a thriving private detective agency called ‘Alpha Investigations Group’ - which doesn’t exist

42. 7 May 2009: Channel 4 show ‘mockumentary’, a documentary claiming to reconstruct of events in Portugal on 3 May 2007 - but it simply recycles the McCann Team’s version of events. New McCann Team detectives Dave Edgar and Arthur Cowley feature heavily in the programme

43. 10 June 2009: Arthur Cowley registers ‘ALPHAIG’, a company that has never advertised, and has no assets and negligible reported income; it appears to be merely a ‘shell’ company designed to be confused with the non-existent ‘Alpha Investigations Group’

44. August 2009: Mark Hollingsworth article in Evening Standard reveals that Kevin Halligen is wanted in the U.S. on serious fraud allegations and is on the run from police. Hollingsworth says he Halligen has MI5 connections and is living the high life with a girlfriend and staying at luxury hotels in Britain and the U.S. He is a heavy drinker. The article also alleged that Kennedy and his men intimidated witnesses in the Madeleine McCann case into silence. Kennedy did not sue the Evening Standard

45. August 2009: McCann Team generate story about an Australian-speaking Victoria Beckham-lookalike asking about her ‘new daughter’ on a Barcelona dockside at 2am on Sunday 6 May. The alleged source is an anonymous British banker who had been drinking that evening in Barcelona bars for several hours. It took him over two years to mention this to anyone. Then he contacted the McCann Team

46. September 2009: McCann Team generate story about Madeleine being held in a prison lair near Praia da Luz

47. October 2009: Kevin Halligen found in £700-a-night Oxfordshire Hotel and taken to Belmarsh maximum security prison

48. December 2009: Paedophile Raymond Hewlett dies in Aachen, Germany

49. January 2010: Madeleine said to have been seen in Dubai

50. 4 March 2010: Conservative leader David Cameron announces that his Director of Communications, Andy Coulson, recently arrested in the ’phone hacking scandal, has appointed the McCanns’ reputation manager, Clarence Mitchell, as his Deputy in the run-up to the General Election

51. March 2010: Madeleine said to have been captured on CCTV in a New Zealand supermarket; it was a young girl out shopping with her father

52. 1 September 2010: The Sun publishes one of its most ridiculous-ever stories about Madeleine, claiming that dying paedophile Raymond Hewlett wrote a death-bed letter to his estranged son, delivered by a ‘mystery man’, claiming that a gypsy gang leader admitted to him, in a drinking session, snatching Madeleine McCann to order for a wealthy North African family

53. 2010: Kennedy’s company Building Plastics Holdings is found to have ‘breached its banking covenants’ and is struggling to repay large loans of over £30 million. Its accounts were filed late. Kennedy uses libel firm Carter Ruck to try to suppress this story

54. February 2011: Angolan bouncer claims Madeleine is ‘in the U.S.’

55. May 2011: Kennedy’s former Football League team, Stockport County, relegated from the Football League and will play non-leaugue football next season. Many fans blame Stockport County’s decline on Kennedy forcing it to ground-share with his favoured ‘Sale Sharks’ rugby union club

56. 21 June 2011: Kevin Halligen loses his High Court appeal against an Extradition Order made by the Secretary of State - and is sent to the U.S.


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