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Chapter 6 - "Death" said Krugel, Eddie and Keela

The month of July marks a turnaround in the case.

A former South-African policeman, Daniel Krugel, offers to help the investigation at no cost. He is an investigator at a SA university, and claims to have invented an equipment that is able to detect the presence of DNA from a specific person. The PJ welcomes his help, as the investigation is facing an imminent standstill.

Krugel stays in Praia da Luz for almost a week and writes a report that demolishes the abduction theory. Madeleine had been killed. Her body had been, or still is, at Praia da Luz. He informs the police and the McCanns about the results, and returns to his country, refusing to discuss his findings.

This is how it is decided to send for two dogs from England. Eddie is trained to detect traces of the presence of a cadaver at any location, while Keela is trained to detect minuscule traces of blood. They have solved over two hundred homicide cases together, and their credibility has never been questioned.

On the last day of July, the intuition of the investigators and the results from Krugel find two powerful allies that confirmed the scenario that had begun to form: the death of Madeleine McCann, on the evening of May 3.

Eddie's handler opens the door to apartment 5A, and lets the dog in, to walk freely as usual. The dog sniffs around, followed by his handler, the policemen, experts from the scientific police, and a video technician, who registers the procedure on tape. At a given moment, in the living room, Eddie signals the presence of a cadaver to his handler. According to the laws of forensics, it's a cadaver that has been in that condition for at least two hours.

Francisco feels like he has been betrayed. It simply does not seem possible for a stranger to have killed the child inside the apartment, remaining on location for one-and-a-half to two hours, at least.

But while his mind is swirling with thoughts, his heart is filled with sadness, as it becomes evident that Madeleine will never be recovered alive.

On the next day, it is Keela who is put into action. After several minutes sniffing around the house, she detains herself next to a sofa in the living room. The investigators move the sofa aside, and Keela shows them two tiny spots of dry blood: one on the floor, the other one on the wall. The material is collected, and a decision is made, against the opinion of Francisco, and João Tavares. The samples are sent into a lab in Birmingham.

On the next day, early in the morning, Eddie is called back to service, to investigate the surroundings of the apartment. The dog stops here and there, marking a path that is referenced by apartment 5A and the beach of Luz. Without knowing, Eddie has just confirmed Krugel's findings.

The only problem with these 'witnesses', is that they cannot testify in court, and none of the work that any of the three - Krugel, Eddie and Keela - had done, could be used in a trial in Portugal.

If those methods are valid in other developed countries, why can't they be admissible in Portugal? Francisco questions.

The same dogs whose effectiveness and training had been decisive in the past to confirm the condemnation of dozens of criminals abroad, would soon be questioned because they had allegedly been "prompted" to make up results that contradicted the theory of an abduction by a stranger.
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