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Post by sharonl on 17.07.12 19:22


Cops took my girl’s clothes to see if they were Maddie’s
http://www.thesun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/news/4433191/Cops-took-my-girls-clothes-to-see-if-they-were-Maddies.html

Monster ... Johnson was jailed for horror torture attack

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By ANNABELLE LOVE and NICK SHARPE, Chief Reporter


Published: Today at 00:01


TORTURE gang leader Steven Johnson had his daughter’s clothes seized by police — after fearing they could belong to missing Madeleine McCann.

The monster — caged for 25 years for the savage attack on James Ross — was quizzed by cops investigating the little girl’s disappearance following his arrest in Portugal.

And the 49-year-old thug told his mum Helen Taylor, 73, that officers had swooped on his toddler daughter’s clothes.

The dramatic details can now be revealed after Johnson was jailed for the sickening torture attack on abduction victim James, 28, from Wick, Caithness.

Helen, who calls her son John, said: “When they arrested John they said it was kidnap and threw in about the little girl as well.


Missing ... Madeleine McCann


“They went and took his baby Elizabeth’s clothes — she was 18 months old — and analysed them.

“They said it was because the James Ross case was kidnap, a similar crime.”

Violent Johnson revealed how police had quizzed him about Maddie, who disappeared in the Algarve aged three in 2007, in a letter he sent from prison.

In the badly-written note, he said: “If the police have any proof, it’s been falsified. I can’t prove my innocence without the help of the police and they won’t give me help to prove I didn’t do anything, they just want to convict us to make up for their incompetence in the Madeleine McCann case.

“The police told me they would charge me with her disappearance and make it stick.”


A court in Loule found the brute, of Radcliffe, Manchester, guilty of attempted murder, kidnap, GBH and drug trafficking.

Fellow gang member Callum McLeod, 45, from Stornoway, Lewis, was sentenced to 15 years, while Terence McGurk, 33, and William Quinn, 54, both from Coventry, got eight years. Ronald Lee Rose, 25, also from Coventry, was handed two-and-a-half years.

Victim James suffered a 13-day ordeal after being abducted at Faro airport in October 2010.

The dad-of-two finally managed to escape after his captors cut off his ear, two fingers and three toes.


Last night Johnson’s mum Helen revealed her son planned to write a book about his brutal crimes.

She added: “Maybe when I read it I’ll finally find out the details.”

annabelle.love@the-sun.co.uk


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Post by uppatoffee on 17.07.12 19:54

Oh really?! A man/gang who attacks and kidnaps a grown man in a drug related torture/kidnap case is going to suddenly switch MO and kidnap a 3 year old? The suggestion that Maddie at almost four would fit into his 18 month old daughters clothes is farcical and smacks of desperation. Surely not a day to try and bury bad news was it.

Oh yes, court case involving Amaral where they could find no evidence of his involvement in torture. What a surprise. How much more of this cr@p are we going to have to put up with between now and October? It's just all too predictable. I just hope Scotland Yard are taking note.
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Post by tuom on 17.07.12 20:03

@sharonl wrote:
Cops took my girl’s clothes to see if they were Maddie’s
http://www.thesun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/news/4433191/Cops-took-my-girls-clothes-to-see-if-they-were-Maddies.html

Monster ... Johnson was jailed for horror torture attack

Exclusive

By ANNABELLE LOVE and NICK SHARPE, Chief Reporter


Published: Today at 00:01


TORTURE gang leader Steven Johnson had his daughter’s clothes seized by police — after fearing they could belong to missing Madeleine McCann.

The monster — caged for 25 years for the savage attack on James Ross — was quizzed by cops investigating the little girl’s disappearance following his arrest in Portugal.

And the 49-year-old thug told his mum Helen Taylor, 73, that officers had swooped on his toddler daughter’s clothes.

The dramatic details can now be revealed after Johnson was jailed for the sickening torture attack on abduction victim James, 28, from Wick, Caithness.

Helen, who calls her son John, said: “When they arrested John they said it was kidnap and threw in about the little girl as well.


Missing ... Madeleine McCann


“They went and took his baby Elizabeth’s clothes — she was 18 months old — and analysed them.

“They said it was because the James Ross case was kidnap, a similar crime.”

Violent Johnson revealed how police had quizzed him about Maddie, who disappeared in the Algarve aged three in 2007, in a letter he sent from prison.

In the badly-written note, he said: “If the police have any proof, it’s been falsified. I can’t prove my innocence without the help of the police and they won’t give me help to prove I didn’t do anything, they just want to convict us to make up for their incompetence in the Madeleine McCann case.

“The police told me they would charge me with her disappearance and make it stick.”


A court in Loule found the brute, of Radcliffe, Manchester, guilty of attempted murder, kidnap, GBH and drug trafficking.

Fellow gang member Callum McLeod, 45, from Stornoway, Lewis, was sentenced to 15 years, while Terence McGurk, 33, and William Quinn, 54, both from Coventry, got eight years. Ronald Lee Rose, 25, also from Coventry, was handed two-and-a-half years.

Victim James suffered a 13-day ordeal after being abducted at Faro airport in October 2010.

The dad-of-two finally managed to escape after his captors cut off his ear, two fingers and three toes.


Last night Johnson’s mum Helen revealed her son planned to write a book about his brutal crimes.

She added: “Maybe when I read it I’ll finally find out the details.”

annabelle.love@the-sun.co.uk


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