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Post by Jill Havern on 11.03.10 7:55

Posted by AnnaEsse


Kate and Gerry McCann have been to Lisbon this week to consult their Portuguese lawyer, Isabel Duarte about the 2,000 page dossier of evidence in their daughter's disappearance, which has been released to the press. They were interviewed by Sandra Felgueiras.

The 'Sun Online' journalist, Tracey Kandohla: "A McCann pal told The Sun Online: "Some of the savings have been siphoned off from the Find Maddie Fund into a fixed asset account, which financial experts have advised them to do. It can be used for purchases like buying a house, or building equipment."

Prime suspect, Kate McCann, Ambassador for Missing People: Is this the same mum who hired criminals Francisco Marco, Marcos Aragão Correia, Antonio Giminez Raso, Julian Peribanez, Kevin Halligen, and ex-MI5 agent Henri Exton, then got Operation Grange set up and yet still didn't find Madeleine? The search for Maddie
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Prime Minister Theresa May introduces Prime Suspect (and Ambassador for Missing People) Kate McCann to Royalty (Patron for Missing People): Birgitte, The Duchess of Gloucester.

The McCanns, Operation Grange and the BBC are all working towards one goal - to make us keep looking at what happened (or didn't happen) on 3rd May instead of looking at what happened days earlier

Lord Bernard Hogan-Howe QPM, retired Met Commissioner: "There will be a point at which we and the Government will want to make a decision about what the likely outcome is."

Cressida Dick, CBE, QPM, Met Commissioner: "We'll see where the case goes."

"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere"
Martin Luther King, 1963